英语专业四级考试全真模拟试卷十三(1)

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英语专业四级考试全真模拟试卷十三(1)

PART Ⅰ WRITING[45 MIN.]

SECTION A COMPOSITION[35 MIN.]

Write on ANSWER SHEET ONE a composition of 150 words on the following topic:

Commercial Advertisement

You are to write in three paragraphs.

In the first paragraph, state clearly that commercial advertisement is very convenient for people in modern society. In the second paragraph state that however, some advertisements can also cause trouble.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 [10 MIN.]

Write on ANSWER SHEET ONE a note of about 50-60 words based on the following situation:

Write a “Thank You” letter to Mr. Butler for help in getting a job in Lambert,Strauss and Company.Marks will be awarded for content, organization, grammar and appropriacy. 

PART Ⅱ DICTATION[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 Ⅲ LISTENING 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 want Dave to do tonight?

A. To substitute for him at work.

B. To accept a full-time job. 

C. To meet him at the restaurant.

D. To go out of town with him.

2. What does the speaker imply? 

A. You must follow his recommendation.

B. It is up to you to decide. 

C. His recommendation is wrong.

D. His recommendation is right. 

3. What does the statement mean? 

A. We should buy insurance. 

B. Insurance is the best way to keep safe. 

C. To remember something firmly, you should learn thoroughly.

D. It is easy to forget. 

4. What does the speaker mean?

A. He thinks that novel is like a soft-headed person.

B. He thinks that novel is worth nothing. 

C. He dislikes those who read that novel.

D. He hates others talking nonsense.

5. What does the speaker mean? 

A. He wants to go to the library to borrow some books. 

B. He is thankful to you for returning the books for him.

C. He couldn’t return the books now. 

D. He wants someone to borrow some books for him. 

6. What does the statement mean? 

A. People may enjoy buying boxes.

B. People may box for recreation and exercise. 

C. People may box for money.

D. People may enjoy hurting others. 

7. What does the statement imply? 

A. You should hurry up.

B. You shouldn’t have been so hasty. 

C. You should hang up the phone.

D. You should give it up. 

8. What does the speaker imply? 

A. He is very busy now.

B. He has bought many things.

C. He is very tired now.

D. Something is wrong with his mind.

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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. Why are they in a hurry? 

A. To break the record.

B. They enjoy driving fast. 

C. Because they don’t want to miss it.

D. Because traffic is always heavy in the morning.

10. What does the man imply? 

A. He is surprised that Dan did not fail.

B. He is working especially hard on physics. 

C. He wonders how Dan’s history course went.

D. He wants to pass the management course.

11. What does the woman want the man to do? 

A. Travel a lot when young.

B. Be more responsible for his home.

C. Change the idea of getting married.

D. Make up his mind to be married.

12. What does the speaker mean?

A. He finds reading the newspapers rarely pleasurable. 

B. He prefers reading the newspaper when he gets the time. 

C. He enjoys reading fiction but rarely gets the time. 

D. He likes reading rare books for pleasure.

13. What can learn from this conversation? 

A. It’s hard to find a place to leave the car.

B. The woman was upset due to his late arrival. 

C. The man couldn’t find a parking lot.

D. The man apologized because of his negligence.

14. What does the man mean? 

A. He thinks that novel is like a soft-headed person.

B. He thinks that novel is worth nothing. 

C. He dislikes those who read that novel.

D. He hates others talking nonsense.

15. Why doesn’t he want Joe to recognize it? 

A. He is afraid of Joe.

B. He doesn’t like Joe.

C. It is an old coat.

D. It belongs to Joe.

16. Which of the following best describes the usual weather here in May?

A. Cooler and rainier.

B. Warmer and drier.

C. Cooler and drier.

D. Warmer and rainier. 

SECTION C NEWS BROADCAST

Questions 17 to 19 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.

17. The Bosnian government says____. 

A. it has accepted the resignations of its interior minister and intelligence service director

B. it has designated a new interior minister and intelligence service director

C. it has put out the riots

D. it has been rebuilding a mosque in Banja Luka

18. Several thousand Bosnian Serb nationalists clashed with several hundred ____over the rebuilding of the mosque. 

A. policemen

B. Muslims

C. civilians

D. demonstrators

19. The rioters ____. 

A. killed an injured at least 30 people

B. exploded cars and buildings nearby

C. burned cars and buses and located nearby buildings

D. injured several police officers

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. The US Federal Reserve has cut rates by half percent, to ____ percent, its lowest in seven years. 

A. five

B. four

C. seven

D. six

21. Many economists think____. 

A. the Central Bank may hold off on further rate cuts

B. the economy is starting to rebound

C. more jobs will be offered in the coming month

D. further cuts are likely

22. If the Federal Open Market Committee keeps cutting interest rates, ____. 

A. the stock market is expected to slump

B. companies and consumers will benefit from lower borrowing costs

C. the US economy can avoid a recession

D. industrial production will fall further

Question 23 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.

23. Which of the following statements is NOT true?

A. Pope John Paul II has met with Spain’s King Juan Carlos.

B. Gonzalez will be the new prime minister of Spain. 

C. Pope John Paul led an out door mass in Madrid. 

D. Pope John Paul II appeals to make abortions legal when childbirth threatens the mother’s health. 

Questions 24 to25 are based on the following news. At the end of the news item, you will be given 20 seconds to answer the two questions.Now listen to the news.

24. Four Colombian police officers are dead and at least five more wounded afterleftist rebels ambushed a police patrol in the ____part of the country.

A. northwestern

B. southwestern

C. northern

D. southeastern

25. The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia ____. 

A. have sent additional army troops to the area

B. has been fighting right wing paramilitary forces for nearly 40 years

C. are in preliminarypeace talks with the government of President Andres Pastrana

D. has been patrolling this area

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CLOZE[15 MIN.]

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 kids who grew up on “ Star Trek” can’t find ___26___ way around Earth. Americans can___27___direct to England, but only half can find it on a map of Europe. They can fly almost___ 28___in the United States for a few hundred dollars, but they put New York State in 37 placed on both coasts. When they look for the United States___29___, they spot it in China, Australia, Brazil, the Soviet Union, India and Botswana.For people who are supposed to be leaders of the___30 ___world, Americans are___31 ___ dumb, according to a survey conducted for the National Geographic Society. In many school systems, geographyhas been mixed with history___32___melted down into social studies. Social studies has been processed into “ teacher resource packages” and___33___of good writing,excitement,color and any ideas that aren’t simplistic, too___34___and too deadening to hold students’ attention.

In the last few years, evidence of America’s educational___35___has promptedhundreds of studies, generated baskets___36___legislation and moved parents into advocacy groups. But there’s little to show that the trend has been___37___. No matter___38___you try, you can’t make it seem funny that many Americans say pandas come from Panama, the Summer Olympic Games were held in Vietnam or___39___ Iraq, and Columbus was trying to get to Europe when he bumped into___ 40___.

26. A. it’sB. theC. theirD. a 

27. A. writeB. flyC. dialD. drive

28. A. somewhereB. anywhereC. anytimeD. everywhere 

29. A. itselfB. themselvesC. for themselvesD. by itself

30. A. toughB. freeC. cruelD. real

31. A. geographicallyB. especiallyC. somewhatD. extremely

32. A. andB. or C. whichD. while

33. A. dreamedB. consistedC. cheatedD. robbed

34. A. darkB. brightC. yellowD. gray

35. A. priorityB. inferiorityC. short backsD. controversy

36. A. full ofB. withC. according toD. out of 

37. A. stoppedB. followedC. reversedD. appreciated

38. A. howB. ifC. whetherD. don’t 

39. A. may beB. on the contraryC. insteadD. maybe

40. A. the PacificB. SpainC. the AtlanticD. America

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. If you____ that late movie last night, you wouldn’t be sleepy. 

A. haven’t watchedB. didn’t watched

C. hadn’t watchedD. wouldn’t have watched

42. Anna refused to____the car keys to her husband until he had promised to wear his safety belt. 

A. hand inB. hand out

C. hand downD. hand over

43.“He is already on the wrong side of forties.”

“It’s about time he ____himself a wife and settled down.”

A. findsB. should find

C. foundD. had found 

44. We find the book quite____: it provides us with an abundance of information on western music. 

A. distractingB. enlightening

C. amusingD. confusing

45. It is necessary that an efficient worker____his work on time.

A. accomplishesB. can accomplish

C. accomplishD. has accomplished

46. Dogs are often praised for their____; they almost never abandon their masters. 

A. truthfulnessB. loyaltyC. trustD. faith 

47. “How did James Bond escape from the locked confine?”

“Oh, you know he always manages ____a tight situation.”

A. to get out ofB. getting out of

C. to have got him out ofD. in getting out of 

48. The scientific group is carrying out a research focused on a drug which is so____as to be able to change brain chemistry. 

A. powerfulB. influential

C. monstrousD. vigorous 

49. The boss of the company has always attended to the ____of important business himself. 

A. transactionB. stimulation

C. transitionD. solution

50. He ordered the work ____. 

A. started at onceB. to be started at once

C. to start at onceD. at once start

51. What seems confusing and fragmented at first might well become____a third time. 

A. notable and systematicB. clear and organic

C. clean and measurableD. pure and wholesome

52. They failed to pass the exam last time; I regretted ____. 

A. to be not able to help

B. being unable to help

C. being not able to helping

D. not be able to help

53. At a press conference after the Oscar Award ceremony, the 18-year-old girl spoke in a barely____ voice. 

A. identicalB. legibleC. optionalD. audible

54. All ____is a continuous supply of fuel oil. 

A. what is neededB. that is needed

C. the thing neededD. for their needs

55. Today dozens of scientific group in different countries have been ____the goal of a practical and economic way to use sunlight to split water molecules.

A. reachingB. winningC. chasingD. pursuing 

56. You said the books were on the desk, but ____there.

A. there was no one

B. there were none

C. there were no ones

D. was none

57. Before the project was started, we asked the designer to give us an ____of the cost of building such a museum. 

A. estimateB. evaluation

C. assessmentD. announcement

58. From the top of the building, we can see the bridge____construction. 

A. byB. inC. underD. below

59. “When did Gertrude finally get to the theatre?”

“Just before the end of ____.”

A. the act secondB. act second

C. Act TwoD. the act two

60. Though he views himself as a realist, Michael says that his findings make him very ____about future. 

A. optimistic B. objective

C. precautiousD. sympathetic

61. “Have you flown very much?”

“As a matter of fact, this trip is ____.”

A. my firstB. the first to me

C. the first one of mineD. my one to be the first

62. In Boston, as in the rest of the United States, ____ schooling begins at age 5 andends at 16. 

A. oblidgedB. compulsoryC. compellingD. forced

63. “Let’s take a walk before we start to study.”

“Oh, I think it’s ____ for walking.”

A. much too hotB. very much hot

C. too much heatD. very much heat

64. China started its space industry only in recent years, and should ____ no time in catching up. 

A. delayB. lag

C. lessenD. lose

65. It’s quite late now and Mr. White____hasn’t left his office. 

A. stillB. already

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