PART Ⅰ WRITING［45 MIN.］
SECTION A COMPOSITION［35 MIN.］
Write on ANSWER SHEET ONE a composition of 150 words on the following topic:
Profits of Praise
You are to write in three paragraphs.In the first paragraph, state clearly that praise is good.In the second paragraph, state clearly the profits of praise.In the last paragraph, bring what you have written to a natural conclusion.Marks will be awarded for content, organization, grammar and appropriacy.
SECTION B NOTE-WRITING［10 MIN.］
Write on ANSWER SHEET ONE a note of about 50-60 words based on the following situation:
Alice is ill. Write a letter to her to show your concern.
Marks will be awarded for content, organization, grammar and appropriacy.
PART ⅡDICTATION ［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 nine statements. At the end of each statement you will be given 10 seconds to answer each of the following nine questions.
1. What does the speaker imply?
A. The neighbors were disturbed by the noisy party.
B. The party was held in the neighborhood.
C. The neighbors took part in the party.
D. The people next door did not hear the party.
2. What does the speaker mean?
A. Studying all night is good for your roommates.
B. Studying all night is good for you.
C. Studying all night do harm to you and your roommates.
D. Studying all night is good for all.
3. What does the speaker imply?
A. Fishermen works hard to get more fish.
B. Fishermen’s work is very hard.
C. Freshmen often study hard.
D. Freshmen’s work is very hard.
4. What does Alice do?
A. She is probably having supper with Joan.
B. She has made the supper for Joan.
C. She has gone to see Joan.
D. She lives with Joan.
5. Which does Jack like most?
6. What does the speaker imply?
A. He doesn’t plan to go to Paris for years.
B. He has been in Paris for years.
C. He went to Paris a years ago.
D. Every year he talks about going to Paris.
7. When will the library be open?
D. Friday.8. How about the paper?
A. A perfect one.
B. A bad one.
C. It’s a paper with no mistake.
D. It’s a paper full of mistakes.
9. What does the speaker mean?
A. That’s the way to Rome.
B. You will find the way to Rome.
C. You will find a solution at last.
D. The problem is a very easy one.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.When will the woman catch the cab?
A. In 11 minutes.
B. In 15 minutes.
C. In 50 minutes.
D. In 5 minutes.
11.What conclusion can be drawn from the conversation?
A. The woman has a dog.
B. The man sees a dog staying at home.
C. There is a dog staying at home.
D. There will be no dog staying at home.
12. What happens if the man passes the test?
A. He goes to college.
B. He works for his father.
C. He takes another school.
D. He chooses another school.
13.How many people are running for President?
A. Four will run for President.
B. Two will run for president.
C. Five will run for president.
D. Six will run for president.
14. What time did Julie leave?
15.Where is the man going to spend his vacation?
A. In bed.
B. Collecting watches.
C. At work.
D. At home.
16.What is the man doing?
A. Taking an objective test.
B. Writing an esssay.
C. Reading a book.
D. Taking a like-detector test.
17.Whom is the woman talking to?
A. A policeman.
B. A doctor.
C. A fireman.
D. An electrician.
18.Who is the man?
A. A doctor.
B. The woman’s husband.
C. A stranger.
D. A shoe salesman.
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. President Prosper Avril has been arrested on charge of____.
A. economic plunder
D. plotting against the state
20. When did Mr. Avril come into power?
A. In 2001.
B. In 2000.
C. In 1998.
D. In 1997.
21. In the past week, how many politicians were arrested?
Questions 22 to 23 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.
22. These medical teams are dealing with an outbreak of ____.
23.According to the estimates, how many people there have been infected by the disease?
Questions 24 to 25 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. How many Israeli football fans are seriously injured?
D. not mentioned.
25. Which side of the two football teams won the match?
A. The Haifa team.
B. The Maccabi Tel Aviv team.
C. The two teams ended with a draw.
D. Not mentioned in the news.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.
In the People’s Republic of China the odd pre-quake behavior of horses and other animals___26___ successfully to warn people that earthquakes___27___. Recently, a group of American geologists and geophysicists visited China and listened with great interest___28___ scientists there who explained how they have been able to predict many earthquakes in the past three years. The American scientists compared the___29___with the unique Chinese program___30 ___the impact of Chinese acupuncture ___31___Western medicine.
The Chinese scientist use ___32 ___but they also monitor strange signals such as various ground noises, the fluctuation of well-water levels, and the strange behavior of animals. The results are quite interesting. Chinese seismologists, for example, ___33 ___predicted two magnitude 6.9 quakes near the China-Burma border on May 29, 1976. The seismologists ___34 ___that their predictions have been so precise that they were able to evacuate many of their people before an earthquake occurred, thus ___35___thousands of lives.___36___, the Chinese experts also admit that there have been some false alarms.
American scientists___37___stories of unusual pre-quake animal behavior before, but they ___38___them too seriously until their recent visit to China.“Maybe there’s something to it.” said Jack Everndon, a California scientist. “We need some kind of short-term warning. We need something.”
He didn’t mention the kind of research he may be considering, “Some of us are thinking it’s ___39___enough to give it a serious look,” he commented. “Two years ago we ___40___that.”
26. A. have usedB. have been usedC. has been usedD. will be used
27. A. is about to occurB. are about to occurC. have occurredD. has occurred
28. A. withB. atC. toD. in
29. A. impactB. affectC. resultD. with
30. A. toB. withC. ofD. by
31. A. ofB. onC. withD. from
32. A. a modern electronic equipment
B. modern electronic equipments
C. the modern electronic equipments
D. modern electronic equipment
33. A. succeedB. successC. successfulD. successfully
34. A. sayB. tellC. speakD. talk
35. A. savingB. killingC. savedD. killed
36. A. In one wordB. On the other hand
C. Generally speakingD. In another word
37. A. have listenedB. have saidC. have toldD. have heard
38. A. never tookB. did takeC. tookD. are taking
39. A. worthB. worthyC. worthwhileD. worthy of
40. A. had saidB. could have said
C. wouldn’t have saidD. mustn’t have said
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. One cause of the civil war was economic and political rivalry between the ____South and the industrial North.
A. prosperousB. cultivated
C. old-fashionedD. poorly organized
42. The sudden change of weather ____our holiday plan.
A. damagedB. destroyedC. sabotagedD. spoiled
43. Mary is as ____as a peacock and always wants to be the focus of attention.
A. beautifulB. smartC. slenderD. vain
44. Can you find ____at the hotel for the night?
A. lodgingB. accommodationsC. placesD. houses
45. The White House spokesman didn’t____any details concerning the disarmament talk.
A. exposeB. discloseC. encloseD. impart
46. That winter was quite long and farmers who had failed to store up enough ____for their cattle almost went bankrupt.
A. fodderB. foodC. grassD. grain
47. Tension within a family is often relieved or eliminated when the family as a whole is threatened by ____ force.
A. internalB. externalC. intensiveD. extensive
48. On the top of some very high mountains snow____throughout the year.
A. insistedB. perseveredC. persistedD. kept
49. The United States has some strange laws. For instance, the government permits cigarette companies to advertise their products in magazines and newspapers, yet it ____cigarette commercials on TV.
A. leavesB. allowsC. demandsD. bans
50. Really, Edwin is afraid of Angela, but the ____is also true: Angela is afraid of Edwin, too.
A. inversionB. insertionC. versionD. reverse
51. The nurse was____caring for the sick and wounded in the war.
A. attributed toB. dedicated to
C. seen toD. attached to
52. To prove their theories, scientists must____an adequate amount of data as evidence.
A. stimulateB. reproduceC. reserveD. accumulate
53. You’d better hang up this oil-painting on that ____wall.
A. emptyB. blankC. vacantD. bare
54. Let’s put our heads together and I am sure that we will certainly find a (an) ____to the problem.
A. answerB. solutionC. keyD. way
55. Much to the students’ relief, the mid-term exam was ____.
A. let offB. taken offC. left offD. cut off
56. During the heavy fog in the city, the traffic ____.
A. came to a standstillB. came to an end
C. came to a conclusionD. came to no result
57. The story you told me the other day has yet to be____.
A. confessedB. confirmedC. conqueredD. conformed
58. I amin no ____this evening to listen to popular music.
A. moodB. attitudeC. tendencyD. spirit
59. It is usually argued that the earliest influences ____up-children will most likely have the strongest effect on their personalities.
A. exertedB. exertingC. exercisedD. exercising
60.Gathering of more than three persons were prohibited, supposedly in the name of ____.
A. the law and the orderB. law and order
C. the order and the lawD. order and law
61. It was____of you not to play the piano while your brother had a bad headache.
A. considerableB. considering
C. consideredD. considerate
62. He failed once again in his experiment, but he didn’t feel____.
A. frustratedB. encouraged
C. puzzledD. endangered
63. Try some of this tobacco. You will say it’s____.
A. second to noneB. the second to none
C. best of noneD. the best of none
64. ____every other member of the team, John wore an official uniform in the victory parade.
A. AsB. Just asC. LikeD. So
65. Supported by sufficient evidence, his argument seems to have a great deal of ____.
A. vividnessB. validity
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