PART ⅠWRITING［45 MIN.］
SECTION A COMPOSITION［35 MIN.］
Write on ANSWER SHEET ONE a composition of 150 words on the following
The World Is Getting Smaller and Smaller You are to write in three paragraphs.In the first paragraph, state clearly that the world is getting smaller and smaller.In the second paragraph, state clearly the reasons why the world is getting smaller and smaller.In the last paragraph, bring what you have written to a natural conclusion.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［10 MIN.］
Write on ANSWER SHEET ONE a note of about 50-60 words based on the following situation:
Write to Alice, asking her to go to the library with you at weekends.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[WT5] ［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 nine statements. At the end of each statement you will be given 10 seconds to answer each of the following nine questions.
1. Who do you know from the statement?
A. Alice wanted her grandfather to take her to the New Year party.
B. Alice asked her grandfather to send her a new dress.
C. Alice’s grandfather will attend the New Year party.
D. Alice will attend a Christmas party.
2. How much did the speaker spend on the coat?
A. 50 dollars.B. 30 dollars.C. 20 dollars.D. 13 dollars.
3. What’s the information about the London flight you can get from the statement?
A. The flight was number 15.
B. The flight was due at 5:15.
C. The flight was due at 5:20.
D. The flight was number 50.
4. What does the speaker imply?
A. He can stay here for only one week.
B. He is the only person who can stay here for more than a week.
C. He has left here.
D. He has stayed home for more than a week.
5. What’s the information about Mr. Green?
A. He has received a award.
B. He attended a banquet but refused to receive the award.
C. He did not attend the banquet.
D. He attended a banquet and received a award.
6. What is the person mentioned in the statement?
A. A policeman.
B. A victim.
C. A robber.
D. A very busy person.
7. What does the speaker mean?
A. Elizabeth never has been respected by other people.
B. Elizabeth cannot make herself understood by other people.
C. Elizabeth is unconcerned about other people’s feelings.
D. Elizabeth always misunderstands other people.
8. What does the statement mean?
A. Joan and the kids go to the nursery.
B. The kids are ill.
C. The kids stay in the nursery while Joan is working.
D. Joan sends herkids to the nursery at the working time.
9. What does the speaker imply?
A. All the students are not fond of reading.
B. We can find the students in the library.
C. A few students don’t like reading.
D. A few students are reading.www.59wj.com
SECTION B CONVERSATION
In this section, you will hear nine short conversations between two speakers. At the end of each conversation you will be given 10 seconds to answer each of the following nine questions.
10. Which subject does the man think is harder?
A. Political science.
C. Getting an A.
D. Political science and economics.
11. What are the people having trouble finding an apartment?
A. They haven’t seen any.
B. They have seen enough.
C. They need plenty of space.
D. They have an apartment.
12. Why did the man throw money toward the musician?
A. Because it is customary.
B. Because he had extra money.
C. Because the lady lost her money by mistake.
D. Because the musician took a shower.
13. Why won’t the elevator stop on the ninth floor?
A. Because you must take the stairs.
B. Because nine is an odd number.
C. Because nine the elevator got stuck.
D. Because there are too many people in the elevator.
14. What does the lady object to?
A. The vacation has been too long.
B. The lady smells musty.
C. The lady smells something musty.
D. Windows are open.
15. What is the man concerned about?
A. The cost of fixing the window.
B. The difficulty of cleaning up the broken glass.
C. The possible harm to the people involved.
D. The type of punishment he will give Tommy.
16. Where does the conversation take place?
A. In a bank.
B. In a private home.
C. In a department store.
D. In an art supply shop.
17. When will the man’s mother probably arrive?
A. About 6 PM.
B. At 3:30 PM.
C. About noon.
D. After dinner.
18. What does the man think the building will be?
A. An apartment building.
B. A market.
C. A hotel.
D. A department store.
SECTION C NEWS BROADCAST
Questions 19 to 21 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.
19. Why were hundreds of cattle slaughtered in Brazil?
A. Because they have got the hoof-and-mouth disease.
B. Because they would be exported to Europe.
C. Because there was no food for them.
D. Not mentioned.
20. How much is Rio Grande do Sul responsible for Brazil’s beef export?
A. 5%.B. 10%.C. 15%.D. 20%.
21. Which of the following statements is NOT true?
A. Hundreds of cattle were slaughtered in Brazil.
B. The spread of the highly contagious virus has been stemmed.
C. The European Union, Chile and several Arab states still import beef from Rio Grande do Sul.
D. The government will compensate the ranchers for their lost livestock.
Questions 22 to 24 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.
22. When will the count be finished?
A. In this week.
B. Next week.C. Two weeks later.
D. Not mentioned.
23. What is the focus of the tally?
A. The presidential seat.
B. The 24 seats in the Senate.
C. The 13 seats in the Senate.
D. The release of the deposed president.
24. What is Mr. Estrada accused for?
A. Murder.B. Robbery.
C. Bribery.D. Economic plunder.
Question 25 is based on the following news. At the end of the news item, you will be given 10 seconds to answer the question. Now listen to the news.
25. How many birds will be destroyed to prevent the further spread of the disease?
A. 1.2 million.B. 6 million.
C. 1.5 million.D. All the birds in Hong Kong.www.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.
Nobody likes insects.They are___26___ and sometimes dangerous. Some of them bite us and give us disease; others bite us and give us big red___ 27___.Some don’t bite, but they just fly round our heads or crawl round our houses and gardens. And we don’t like any of them,___28___those lovely butterflies. But insects are interesting. First, they are very old animals. Three hundred and twenty million years ago there were no men or other___29___in the world but there were insects. Today,___30___every square mile of land there are millions of them flying and crawling___31___. Second ,insects are very___ 32___to their habitat, to their food and to the whole.___33___do people use insecticides? Not many insects ___34 ___us. In many cases we don’t see the insects and we don’t think much about them. The ___35 ___is that insects eat so much of mans food, and there are so many billions of them. We must use insecticides to___36__them. An insecticide is simply a special chemical___37___with some poisonous elements.Farmers___38 ___their crops very often and the insects die quickly .Of course some poisonous chemicals may ___39 ___on the crops or in the ___40___and that is also dangerous.
26. A. wickedB. disgustedC. troublingD. annoying
27. A. placesB. pointsC. spotsD. spects
28. A.besidesB. let aloneC. except forD. except
29. A. mammalsB.amphibiansC. reptilesD. birds
30. A. onB. withC. throughoutD. in
31. A. overB. aboveC. aboutD.up
32. A. suitableB. adaptableC. agreeableD. variable
33. A. WhenB. HowC. WhereD. Why
34. A. pierceB. woundC. hurtD. pin
35. A. differenceB. conditionC. methodD. reason
36. A. put an end toB. get rid ofC. take care ofD. get hold of
37. A. medicineB.componentC. compoundD. material
38. A. sprayB. coverC. powderD. splash
39. A. dropB. stayC. evaporateD. leave
40. A. soilB. dirtC. clayD. mud
PART ⅤGRAMMAR 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. Everyone must have liked the cake because there wasn’t even a ____ left.
A. crutchB. chipC. chopD. clip
42. Mary ____when she found her husband drunk again.
A. blew her topB. became abnormal
C. was affectedD. in opposition
43. During the famine many people____ eating grass and leaves.
A. felt inclined toB. were confronted with
C. got accustomed toD. were reduced to
44. My wife____an old dictionary last night.
A. came onB. came off
C. came out D. came up
45. The accused man____his innocence by proving that he was aboard when the murder was committed.
A. foundB. foundedC. ignoredD. established
46. He has got too much ____to worry about your problem.
A. on his mindB. out of mind
C. off his mindD. to his mind
47. You are too rigid: you must learn to change your plans when the situation ____it.
A. calls onB. calls for
C. calls forthD. calls in
48. If you expenses____your income, you will be in debt.
A. surpassB. exceedC. surviveD. pass
49. You can ____your story by leaving out some unimportant details.
A. abridgeB. rewriteC. revealD. change
50. Could you please give me a hand? Let’s____the bookcase into place.
A. shootB. shoveC. containD. indicate
51. The mother sat by the window____the hole in her coat.
A. healingB. resumingC. minglingD. patching
52. The owner of the auto plant refused to raise the workers’ wages, saying that it would ____the profit.
A. cut offB. cut shortC. cut intoD. cut up
53. Her ____ to executive manager is an acknowledgement of her hard work and unusual talent.
A. professionB. occupation
C. resignationD. promotion
54. We had to learn to work with others and many of our own ideas had to be____for the good of the whole.
A. thrown awayB. compensated
C. brushed asideD. neglected
55. The old couple were not rich themselves, but they hated to turn away anyone who were____ food and shelter.
A. at the mercy ofB. on the point of
C. with the exception ofD. in need of
56. The clumsy movement of the giant panda amused all the____.
A. visitorsB. witnessesC. watchersD. spectators
57. He wanted very much to run for a second term, but owing to poor health, he was ____to give it up.
A. drivenB. permittedC. rebukedD. compelled
58. You can ____different kinds of people, dictionaries or encyclopedia to find out what you wish to know.
A. contactB. containC. consultD. convert
59. Part of the lake has been polluted. You can see the water is covered with ____oil.
A. a coat ofB. a story ofC. a film ofD. a pad of
60. Applications have poured in____assignments to remote regions of the country.
A. requiringB. beggingC. requestingD. awaiting
61. In his____to further his knowledge of the universe, man has now begun to explore space.
A. endeavorB. expeditionC. trailD. chase
62. After a careful examination, the doctor____a new medical and a two-day rest for the patient.
A. describedB. inscribedC. prescribedD. transcribed
63. The little girl wore a very thin coat. A sudden gust of cold wind made her ____.
A. shakeB. sweatC. shiverD. swing
64. The groom’s hand____the soft mane of the horse.
A. struckB. provokedC. fondledD. remarked
65. If the right kind of extracurricular activities is organized, those children who have a(an)____of energy will have a chance to develop their talents much more quickly.
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