PART Ⅰ WRITING［45 MIN.］
SECTION A COMPOSITION［35 MIN.］
Write on ANSWER SHEET ONE a composition of 150 words on the following topic:
Should Students Wear School Uniform?You are to write in three paragraphs. In the first paragraph, state clearly your viewpoint on the advantages and disadvantages of students wearing school uniform. In the second paragraph, support your viewpoint with details or examples.In the last paragraph, bring what you have written to a natural conclusion with a summary or suggestion.Marks will be awarded for content, organization, grammar and appropriacy. Failure to follow the instructions may result in a loss of marks.
SECTION B NOTE-WRITING
Write on ANSWER SHEET ONE a note of about 50-60 words based on the following situation:You are going to celebrate your tenth anniversary with your husband Jim. Write to invite Betty and her husband Tom to the party.Marks will be awarded for content, organization, grammar and appropriacy.
PART ⅡDICTATION[WT5] ［15 MIN.］
Listen to the following passage. Altogether the passage will be read to you four times. During the first reading, which will be read at normal speed, listen and try to understand the meaning. For the second and third readings, the passage will be read sentence by sentence, or perhaps phrase by phrase, with intervals of 15 seconds. The last reading will be read at normal speed again and during this time you should check your work. You will then be given 2 minutes to check through your work once more. Please write the whole passage on ANSWER SHEET TWO.
PART ⅢLISTENING COMPREHENSION［20 MIN.］
In Sections A, B and C you will hear everything once only. Listen carefully and then answer the questions that follow. Mark the correct answer to each question on your ANSWER SHEET.
SECTION A STATEMENT
In this section you will hear eight statements. At the end of each statement you will be given 10 seconds to answer each of the following eight questions.
1. What does the speaker mean?
A. He believes that Jack will quit his job.
B. He doesn’t like Jack’s joke.
C. He doesn’t believe that Jack will quit his job.
D. He can’t understand Jack’s joke.
2. What is NOT true according to the statement?
A. She has been working in the same job for ten years.
B. She has never complained about his job.
C. She has never had a promotion.
D. She has never changed his job for ten years.
3. What does the speaker mean?
A. He is surprised that Louise eats so little.
B. He is surprised that Louise has lost so much weight.
C. He is surprised that Louise keeps slim while eating so much.
D. He is surprised that Louise has been on a diet.
4. What do we know about Martin?
A. Martin doesn’t like water.
B. Martin doesn’t belong here.
C. Martin is like a fish.
D. Martin is in his class.
5. What does the speaker mean?
A. He’ll say good-bye to his manager.
B. He’s like a sheep in his manager’s view.
C. He’ll get a new job soon.
D. He doesn’t like the way his manager treats them.
6. What does the speaker mean?
A. She thinks the library is close by.
B. She forgot to go to the library.
C. She couldn’t find the books he needed.
D. She had no time to go to the library.
7. What does the speaker mean?
A. He has forgotten the telephone number.
B. He has dialed the wrong number.
C. So many people are using the telephone.
D. He couldn’t reach the other end of the phone.
8. What does the statement mean?
A. Birds always get up early.
B. Worms can’t meet the demands of birds.
C. Young men should get up early.
D. We should hurry up. www.59wj.com
SECTION B CONVERSATION
In this section, you will hear eight short conversations between two speakers. At the end of each conversation you will be given 10 seconds to answer each of the following eight questions.
9. What does the man mean?
A. David only does half of the work.
B. David gets the promotion earlier than Carol.
C. Carol works more than David.
D. Carol should get the promotion.
10. Why is the man not satisfied with the operator’s explanation?
A. He believes the operator does not want him to make call.
B. He thinks that the number has been changed.
C. He completed a call to that number only a short time earlier.
D. He believes the operator can not hear him.
11. Where has the woman just come from?
A. The post office.B. The accounting office.
C. Classroom.D. A meeting.
12. What are the man and woman talking about?
A. To arrange accommodation in school.
B. Receiving letters from school.
C. Having dinner at school.
D. To rest in a room at school.
13. Why is Mary worried?
A. John will rebuild the roof.
B. John might get mad when he comes home.
C. She worried about John.
D. She has spent too much money.
14. What can we learn about the man and the woman from this conversation?
A. This is the first time they meet.
B. They are very good friends.
C. They don’t know each other very well.
D. They worked in the same company before.
15. How does the woman describe the boy?
A. He was on crutches.
B. He was lame.
C. He was lamb.
D. He couldn’t bend over.
16. When does the doctor NOT have office hours?
A. From 1 to 4 on Tuesday.B. At 7 on Friday.
C. At 3 on Wednesday.D. At 2 on Monday.
SECTION C NEWS BROADCAST
Questions 17 to 19 are based on the following news item. At the end of the news item,you will be given 30 seconds to answer the questions. Now listen to the news.
17. There are altogether____candidates in the race to succeed Antonio Samaranch as IOC president.
A. threeB. fourC. fiveD. six
18. The election will be held on____in Moscow.
A. July 16B. July 13C. June 16D. June 13
19. The Olympics have never been held in ____.
A. AfricaB. AustraliaC. Africa or South AmericaD. South America
Questions 20 to 22 are based on the following news. At the end of the news item,you will be given 30 seconds to answer the questions. Now listen to the news.
20. A UN Security Council delegation travels to South Africa on the first stop of a nine-nation African tour aimed at ____.
A. strengthening the ties between UN body and South Africa
B. providing economic aid to South Africa
C. monitoring comprehensive ceasefire agreement
D. bolstering peace efforts in the central Great Lakes regions
21. The 12-member delegation was led by ____.
A. France’s UN Ambassador
B. South Africa President Thabo Mbeki
C. former President Ketumile Masire of Botswana
D. former President Nelson Mandela of South Africa
22. The 12-member delegation is expected to be in Pretoria on ____.
A. ThursdayB. WednesdayC. MondayD. Friday
Questions 23 to 25 are based on the following news. At the end of the news item,you will be given 30 seconds to answer the questions. Now listen to the news.
23. A federal jury in New York will resume deliberations ____in the trial of four men accused in the 1998 bombing of U.S. embassies in Africa.
A. WednesdayB. TuesdayC. a week laterD. a month later
24. If convicted, Waddih el-Hage will face ____.
A. ten years in prison B. deathC. life in prison D. exile
25. ____people lost their lives in the 1998 embassy bombing.
A. 600B. 224C. FourD. 234www.59wj.com
Decide which of the choices given below would correctly complete the passage if inserted in the corresponding blanks. Mark the correct choice for each blank on your ANSWER SHEET.
The athletic program is expected to bring publicity to the school, attract students, foster student unity, and encourage alumni giving. “The traditional American affinity for sports and___ 26___for education combined to form an unbeatable attraction. Every Saturday, educated sports heroes performed for an appreciative audience. Fanfare, combat, and hope of victory assured public identification and loyalty.” The most conspicuous function of athletic competition is to___27___the image of the institution.
We may want to question the appropriateness of this public relations function. Publicity is not___28___a good thing. If this publicity is scandalous (or even negative), the school has not benefited. There is a university on the banks of the river that sponsors a “Mississippi River Festival” every summer. The “ festival,” for the most part, consists of rock concerts. Unfortunately,___29___ these festivals have been plagued with violence, rape, drunkenness, drug dealing and usage, and automobile accidents, the publicity has to been counter to the kind the festival was designed to produce.___30___athletics, the public is finding out more about the universities than they would wish.
Does athletic fame attract students? Perhaps it does,___31___ it would be a stupid engineering student whochose Georgia Tech over M.I.T.___32___its athletic prowess. Some serious students are “turned off” by a school’s athletic record. Notre Dame,___33___has an excellent academic program, is unjustly viewed by many assimply a sports mill. Does athletic success foster student unity?
Here again, the___34___ is not clear. Often students’ enthusiasm is tepid in comparison with that of alumni and townspeople ___35___when they have difficulty in getting tickets, have to pay ahandsome price, or are relegated to seats in the end zone.Does athletic success___36___public support? Do legislators tend to reward___37___ schools with more generous appropriations? The may have done so in the past, but today, with the closer scrutiny of tax dollars, there are signs that funds will be more ___38___ for activities closer to the heart of the academic mission. What about alumni giving? Certainly alumni will contribute money for athletic purposes in the case of a few successful universities, but the overall record for alumni giving exhibits no such pattern. A careful study of “big-time” schools from1960 to 1976 yielded this conclusion: “Our statistical analysis has revealed that there is simply no relationship between success or___39___in football and basketball and increases and decreases in alumni giving.”“In the final analysis, however, the lack of any relationship between success in athletics and increased alumni giving probably matters a great deal less than the fact___40___so many people believe that such a relationship exists.”
26. A. supportB. considerationC. reverenceD. hesitation
27. A. enhanceB. enlargeC. realizeD. dim
28. A. especiallyB. necessarilyC. exclusively D. definitely
29. A. asB. whenC. so long asD. since
30. A. in view ofB. consideringC. with respect toD. judging
31. A. butB. yetC. soD. because
32. A. with regard toB. because ofC. in spite ofD. except for
33. A. whoB. asC. whichD. when
34. A. matterB. caseC. problemD. question
35. A. hardlyB. especiallyC. perhapsD. outstandingly
36. A. arouseB. ariseC. riseD. heed
37. A. poorB. importantC. prominentD. successful
38. A. valuableB. worthyC. availableD. expensive
39. A. failureB. lossC. defeatD. neglect
40. A. asB. thatC. whichD. whywww.59wj.com
PART Ⅴ GRAMMAR AND VOCABULARY［15 MIN.］
There are twenty-five sentences in this section. Beneath each sentence there are four words or phrases marked A, B, C and D. Choose one word or phrase that correctly completes the sentence. Mark your answers on your ANSWER SHEET.
41. My niece has been to Sumatra and Iran as well as all of Europe. By the time shes twenty, she____almost everywhere.
A. will beB. would have beenC. will have beenD. would be
42. When workers push together to organize themselves in trade unions, employers find it hard to lay them ____.
A. offB. asideC. outD. down
43. I’d rather you____ anything about it for the time being.
A. doB. didn’t doC. don’tD. didn’t
44. We must ____that the procedure is followed as rigidly as possible.
A. secureB. ensureC. assureD. issue
45. I spoke to him kindly____ him.
A. not to frightenB. so as not to frighten
C. in order to not frightenD. for not frightening
46. It is a common theme in many science fiction stories that the world may one day be ____by out space invaders.
A. broken inB. taken overC. run overD. filled in
47. Returning to my apartment____.
A. my watch was missing
B. I found my watch disappeared
C. I found my watch missing
D.the watch was missed
48. Just remember one thing that____decisions often lead to bitter regrets.
A. hastyB. promptC. urgentD. instant
49. “Where’s my cap?”“It’s on the ____.”
A. kitchen counterB. kitchen’s counter
C. counter of the kitchenD. counter for the kitchen
50. When he was driving home, he was stopped by the policeman and was ____ of speeding.
A. chargedB. blamed C. accusedD. warned
51. In the Middle East area, oil is found in____and its production has been able to keep up with world demand.
A. efficiencyB. abundanceC. eleganceD. elaboration
52. Even on Sundays, fewer people go to____ church than before.
A. theB. aC. /D. that
53. Other people’s advice would be____valuable to him who is at present at his wit’s end.
A. exceedinglyB. exclusivelyC. intensivelyD. excessively
54. “Do you think thatthe labor bill will be passed?”“Oh, yes. It’s____that it will.”
A. almost surelyB. very likelyC. near positiveD. quite certainly
55. Would you please come and help me with this form because I don’t know how to ____it.
A. set asideB. set upC. set offD. set about
56. During the rush hours, a policeman directs traffic at the intersection, and ____there have been no accidents.
A. as of nowB. to the present
C. up until currentlyD. so far
57. Mr. Johnson had one eye injured in an accident, but after a ____operation, he quickly recovered his sight.
A. preciseB. delicateC. sensitiveD. considerate
58. Gunpowder was discovered in the twelfth century, but____.
A. man did not put it to use in war two hundred years later
B. until two centuries more it was used in war
C. not used in warfare until two hundred years later
D. in warfare did not use it two hundred years afterwards
59. “What’s the matter with that picture on the wall?”“It needs ____.”
A. straighteningB. to be straightening
C. straightenedD. straighten
60. The medical report contains a (an) ____of words which are comparatively seldom used in ordinary conversation.
A. altitudeB. attitudeC. multitudeD. latitude
61. He has spent a large ____of money on his new house.
A. muchB. amountC. numberD. piece
62. In the past most bus drivers have been men, but today the number of women ____ this field is climbing.
A. devotingB. engagingC. registeringD. pursuing
63. As a matter of fact, Saudi Arabia’s oil reserves ____ those of Kuwait.
A. come second followingB. come second with
C. are only second toD. are second only to
64. During our stay in London, we paid a visit to the hospital founded ____the nurse Florence Nightingale.
A. in line withB. in honor of
C. in favor ofD. in place of
65. James has just arrived, but I didn’t know he____until yesterday.
A. will comeB. was comingC. had been comingD. comes www.59wj.com 如果觉得《英语专业四级考试全真模拟试卷七(1)》专四模拟试题,yyzszb不错，可以推荐给好友哦。