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  Part I Listening Comprehension (15 minutes)

  Directions: This part is to test your listening ability, ft consists of 3 sections.

  Section A

  Directions: This section is to test your ability to understand short dialogues. There are .5 recorded dialogues in it. After each dialogue, there is a recorded question. Both the dialogues and questions will be spoken only once. When you hear a question, you should decide on the correct answer from the 4 choices marked A), B), C) and D) given in your test paper Then you should mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center.

  Example: You will hear:

  You will read: A) New York City.

  B) An evening party.

  C) An air trip.

  D) The man's job.

  From the dialogue we learn that the man is to take a fiight to New York Therefore, C) An air trip is the correct answer. You should mark C) on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center.

  [A] [B] [C] [D]

  Now the test will begin.

  1. A) It's attractive. C) It's important.

  B) It's exciting. D) It's boring.

  2. A) At a railway station. C) At an airport.

  B) At a bank. D) At a parking lot.

  3. A) By referring to the receptionist. C) By asking his friend.

  B) By calling the telephone operator. D) By finding it in the phone book.

  4. A) He's the boss. C) He's a new employee.

  B) He's a visitor. D) He's the woman's friend.

  5. A) $400. C) $300.

  B) $200. D) $150.

  Section B

  Directions: This section is to test your ability to understand short conversations. There are 2 recorded conversations in it. After each conversation, there are some recorded questions. Both the conversations and questions will be spoken two times. When you hear a question, you should decide on the correct answer from the 4 choices marked,4), B), C) and 17)) given in your test paper Then you should mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center.

  Conversation 1

  6. A) Sports wear. C) Summer wear.

  B) Holiday wear. D) Casual wear.

  7. A) See more samples. C) Meet the designers.

  B) Try on some T-shirts. D) Place an order.

  Conversation 2

  8. A) He wanted to check the order number.

  B) He wanted to order some computers.

  C) He wanted to report on a problem.

  D) He wanted to see the secretary.

  9. A) They got a wrong order number from the caller.

  B) They tailed to deliver the computers on time.

  C) They couldn't find the order form.

  D) They made a wrong delivery.

  10. A) The salesman. C) Mr. Peterson.

  B) The manager. D) Mary.

  Section C

  Directions: This section is to test your ability to comprehend short passages. You will hear a recorded passage. After that you will hear five questions. Both the passage and the questions will be read two times. When you hear a question, you should complete the answer to it with a word or a short phrase (in not more than 3 words). The questions and incomplete answers are printed in your test paper. You should write your answer on the Answer Sheet correspondingly. Now the passage will begin.

  11. Why do more middle-aged adults have to take care of their aging parents?

  Because people are living

  12. What does the speaker think of the job of taking care of an aging parent?

  It's

  13. How are the family roles changed?

  The dependent parents are cared for as if they were

  14. What can a nursing home do for aging parents?

  It provides them with proper

  15. What benefit can middle-aged adults get by sending their parents to a nursing home?

  They can return to their

  Part II Structure (15 minutes)

  Directions: This part is to test your ability to construct grammatically correct sentences. It consists of 2 sections.

  Section A

  Directions: In this section, there are 10 incomplete sentences. You are required to complete each one by deciding on the most appropriate word or words from the 4 choices marked A), B), C) and D). Then you should mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center

  16. he was seriously iii, I wouldn't have told him the truth.

  A) If I knew C) Had I known

  B) If I know D) Did I know

  17. She got to know the young man very well she had worked for so long.

  A) to whom C) whom

  B) in whom D) with whom

  18. The car by the side of the road and the driver tried to repair it.

  A) breaks down C) has broken down

  B) was breaking down D) broke down

  19. When he went out, he would wear sunglasses nobody would recognize him.

  A) so that C) as though

  B) now that D) in case

  20. We were all excited at the news our manual sales had more than doubled.

  A) which C) it

  B) that D) what

  21. Some people think about their fights than they do about their responsibilities.

  A) so much C) much more

  B) too much D) much too

  22. The City of London, repeatedly in 1940 and 1941, lost many of its famous churches.

  A) bombed C) bombing

  B) to bomb D) having bombed

  23. traveling expenses rising a lot, Mrs. White had to change all her plans for the tour.

  A) Since C) By

  B) As for D) With

  24. I felt so embarrassed that I couldn't do anything but there when I first met my present boss.

  A) to sit C) sat

  B) sitting D) sit

  25. With the introduction of the computer, libraries today are quite different from they were in the past.

  A) that C) which

  B) what D) those

  Section B

  Directions: There are 10 incomplete statements here. You should fill in each blank with the proper form of the word given in brackets. Write the word or words in the corresponding space on the Answer Sheet.

  26. It is important that he (be) called back immediately.

  27. It is (reason) for parents to pay for their children's education.

  28. At the meeting a (propose) was put forward by John Smith.

  29. As a rule, readers (not allow) to take dictionaries out of the reading room.

  30. It has been a long winter, and we're (eager) waiting for the coming of spring.

  31. They fully recognized the enormous (strong) and influence of the union.

  32. By the end of last year, nearly a million cars (produce) in that auto factory.

  33. (Take) the financial difficulties into consideration, we'd better put off the plan till next year.

  34. Dr. Richard, together with his wife and three children, (be) to arrive in Beijing this afternoon.

  35. The global average air temperature is believed (rise) in the near future.

  Part III Reading Comprehension (40 minutes)

  Directions: This part is to test your reading ability. There are 5 tasks for you to fulfill. You should read the reading materials carefully and do the tasks as you are instructed.

  Task 1

  Directions: After reading the following passage, you will find 5 questions or unfinished statements, numbered 36 to 40. For each question or statement there are 4 choices marked A), B), C), and D). You should make the correct choice and mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center.

  The eight airlines of the One-world alliance ( 联盟 ) have joined forces to give world travellers a simple way to plan and book a round-the-world journey. It's called the One-world Explorer program.

  One-world Explorer is the perfect solution for a once-in-a-lifetime holiday or an extended business trip. It's a great way for you to explore the four comers of the earth in the safe hands of the eight One-world airlines.

  You can have hundreds of destinations to choose from, because the One-world network covers the globe. And, as you travel around the world, you'll have the support of 260,000 people from all our airlines, who are devoted to the success of your journey, helping you make smooth transfers and offering support all along the way.

  The One-world goal is to make global travel easier and more rewarding for everyone of our travellers. We try our best to make you feel at home, no matter how far from home your journey may take you.

  We can offer travelers benefits on a scale beyond the reach of our individual-net-works. You'll find more people and more information to guide you at every stage of your trip, making transfers smoother and global travel less of a challenge.

  36. One-world in the passage refers to

  A) a travel agency

  B) a union of airlines

  C) a series of tourist attractions

  D) the title of a flight program

  37. The One-world Explorer program is said to be most suitable for those who

  A) have been to the four corners of the earth

  B) travel around the world on business

  C) want to explore the eight airlines

  D) need support all along the way

  38. The advantage of the alliance lies in

  A) its detailed travel information

  B) its unique booking system

  C) its longest business flights

  D) its global service network

  39. We can learn from the last paragraph that One-world

  A) offers the lowest prices to its passengers

  B) keeps passengers better informed of its operations

  C) offers better services than any of its member airlines alone

  D) is intended to make round-the-world trips more challenging

  40. The purpose of the advertisement is to

  A) promote a special flight program

  B) recommend long distance flights

  C) introduce different flights

  D) describe an airlines group

  Task 2

  Directions: This task is the same as Task 1. The 5 questions or unfinished statements are numbered 41 to 45.

  The human body has developed its millions of nerves to be highly aware of what goes on both inside and outside of it. This helps us adjust to the outside world. Without our nerves and our brain, which is a system of nerves, we couldn't know what's happening. But we pay for our sensitivity. We can feel pain when the slightest thing is wrong with any part of our body. The history of torture ( 折磨 ) is based on the human body being open to pain.

  But there is a way to handle pain. Look at the Indian fakir ( 苦行僧 ) who sits on a bed of nails. Fakirs can put a needle fight through an arm, and feel no pain. This ability that some humans have developed to handle pain should give us ideas about how the mind can deal with pain.

  The big thing in withstanding pain is our attitude toward it. If the dentist says, "This will hurt a little," it helps us to accept the pain. By staying relaxed, and by treating the pain as an interesting sensation ( 感觉 ), we can handle the pain without falling apart. After all, although pain is an unpleasant sensation, it is still a sensation, and sensations are the stuff of life.

  41. The human body has developed a system of nerves that enables us to

  A) stay relaxed

  B) avoid pain

  C) stand torture

  D) feel pain

  42. What does the writer mean by saying "we pay for our sensitivity" in the first paragraph?

  A) We have to take care of our sense of pain.

  B) We suffer from our sense of feeling.

  C) We should try hard to resist pain.

  D) We are hurt when we feel pain.

  43. When the author mentions the Indian fakir, he shows that

  A) fakirs possess magic power

  B) Indians are not afraid of pain

  C) people can learn to cope with pain

  D) some people are born without a sense of pain

  44. What is essential for people to stand pain according to the writer?

  A) Their relaxation.

  B) Their interest.

  C) Their nerves.

  D) Their attitude.

  45. The author believes that

  A) feeling pain is part of our life

  B) pain should be avoided at all costs

  C) feeling pain can be an interesting thing

  D) magic power is essential for reducing pain

  Task 3

  Directions: The following is a letter recommending a product after reading it; you are required to complete the outline below it (No. 46 to No. 50). You should write your answers briefly (in not more titan three words) on the Answer Sheet correspondingly.

  PLR Air Conditioning Center

  27 West Street

  Plaines City

  IA America 50705

  March 6, 2004

  Ms. Li Chunhua, President

  New Era Engineering Group

  26 Renmin Street

  Yangzhou, Jiangsu, China

  225002

  Dear Ms. Li,

  Thank you very much for allowing us to present to you our recommendation for a PLR Air Conditioning System. We would like also to express our appreciation to Mr. Zhang and Mrs. Wu for their help as we collected the data necessary for this proposal.

  After thoroughly analyzing your company's engineering requirements, we believe that you will find this proposed PLR system satisfactory. It will provide the maximum return on your investment dollar. In addition, the PLR. system protects you against obsolescence ( 过时 ) in the near future - if your business continues to experience the normal growth you have experienced in the last few years - because the equipment PLR proposes to install is a modular ( 模块的 ) design to which you may add additional units as the need arises.

  We believe that you will find this system practical, efficient, and economical for the needs of your company both now and in the near future. It is our sincere hope that the information in the enclosed proposal will make your decision to install a PLR Air Conditioning System much easier.

  Sincerely yours,

  James P. Callahan

  Sales Manager

  Recommendation of a Product

  Product recommended: PLR 46

  PLR's proposal: based on the analysis of the buyer's 47

  Features of the Product:

  1. it's a 48 design;

  2. it's practical, 49 and economical;

  Document Enclosed: a / the 50

  Task 4

  Directions: The following is the contents of a book named Public Relations. After reading it, you are required to find the items equivalent to ( 与 …… 相同 ) those given in Chinese in the table below. Then you should put the corresponding letters in brackets on the Answer Sheet, numbered 51 to 55.

  A …… Research and Analysis

  B …… Role of Departments

  C …… Communication Process

  D …… Sampling Public Opinion

  E …… Dealing with the News Media

  F …… Planning Actions

  G …… Reaching the Audience

  H …… Opportunities in the Print Media

  I …… Feedback and Evaluation

  J …… Public Opinion and Persuasion

  K …… Social and Cultural Agencies

  L …… Entertainment and Sports

  M …… Government and Public Affairs

  N …… Membership Organizations

  O …… Legal Problems

  P …… International Public Relations

  Example : (E) 与新闻媒体打交道 (F) 行动计划

  51 . ( ) 交流过程 ( ) 娱乐和体育

  52 . ( ) 国际公共关系 ( ) 公众意见抽样调查

  53 . ( ) 政府和公众事务 ( ) 研究与分析

  54 . ( ) 部门职能 ( ) 社会与文化机构

  55 . ( ) 反馈与评价 ( ) 法律问题

  Task 5

  Directions: There is a piece of Visitor's Advice below. After reading it, you should give brief answers to the 5 questions (No.56 to No. 60) that follow. The answers (in not more than 3 words) should be written after the corresponding numbers on the Answer Sheet.

  We hope that by observing the following points you will enjoy your visit to

  Christ Church without disturbing the life of the college.

  * Please obey all notices and do not enter the areas marked Private.

  * Please do not enter any college moms.

  * Please avoid leaving litter ( 杂物 ); picnicking within the college is not permitted.

  * Please do not smoke.

  * Please do not gather so as to obstruct ( 阻塞 ) paths or passages, particularly in the Hall.

  * Please be as quiet as possible, remembering that this is a college where people are working.

  * In the event of a fire or other danger, or if you hear a fire alarm or warning, please

  leave the building without delay. At all times please follow the advice of the

  Custodians ( 保安人员 ) who are here to help you.

  * Closed circuit television surveillance ( 监视 ) is in operation. Images are being

  recorded for purposes of crime prevention and public safety.

  * Thank you for visiting Christ Church. If you have any comments please write to:

  The Steward, Christ Church, Oxford OX1 1DP

  56. What is the name of the place open to tourists?

  It's

  57. Which areas are not allowed for tourists to visit?

  The areas and any college rooms.

  58. What is not permitted to do during the visit to the college?

  Leaving litter, inside the college or smoking, etc.

  59. What should tourists do in the event of a fire or any other danger?

  They should leave the building and of the Custodians.

  60. Why is closed circuit television surveillance in operation?

  To and ensure public safety,

  Part IV Translation- English into Chinese (15 minutes)

  Directions: This part, numbered 61 through 65, is to test your ability to translate English into Chinese. After each of the sentences numbered 61 to 64, you will read four choices of suggested translation. You should choose the best translation and mark the corresponding letter on your Answer Sheet. And for the paragraph numbered 65. write your translation in the corresponding space on the Translation/Composition Sheet.

  61. Any academic breakthrough, brilliant as it may be, does not automatically ensure that it can be applied to practice.

  A) 学科上的任何成果,除非它辉煌灿烂,否则不能自动用于实践。

  B) 任何学科上的成就,尽管不能自动用于实践,但也可能是灿烂辉煌的。

  C) 学术上的任何成就,无论杰出与否,都不能确保它可以自动地用于实践。

  D) 任何学术上的突破,或许本身很卓越,也并非自然而然地就可用于实践。

  62. With increasing awareness of the environment, people have realized that the way coal is used is critical and new approaches have to be sought.

  A) 尽管环境意识提高了,人们认为使用煤炭仍然是重要的,并且已经找到了新的方法。

  B) 随着环境意识的增强,人们认识到使用煤炭的方法应该受到批评,必须寻求新的途径。

  C) 随着环境意识的日益增强,人们认识到如何使用煤炭至关重要,因而得寻求新的方法。

  D) 尽管人们对环境越来越了解,他们也认识到使用煤炭应该受到批评,但要寻找到新的能源才行。

  63. The global market in these services is likely to touch US$640 billion, a figure comparable with the size of the IT industry.

  A) 整个市场的服务费用已上升到 6 , 400 亿美元,这个额度有可能会达到 IT 业的规模。

  B) 以总体为 6 7400 亿美元服务于市场的目标有望实现,这一目标是相对于 IT 行业而言的。

  C) 这些服务业的全球市场有可能达到 6 , 400 亿美元,这一数字与 IT 业产值的大小相当。

  D) 整个市场中的服务行业可能要突破 6 , 400 亿美元:这一数字与 IT 业的规模不相上下。

  64. The author suggests that human resources management should be taught as a required subject in this school, along with science courses.

  A) 作者建议,这所学校开设人力资源管理课程或是开设理科课程都是必要的。

  B) 作者建议,除了理科课程之外,这所学校应将人力资源管理作为必修课开设。

  C) 作者建议,作为学校的一门课程,人力资源管理应该在其他理科课程之后开设。

  D) 作者建议,把人力资源管理作为一门必修课开设,纳入理科课程中。

  65. If you wish to apply for a student visa, you should fill in Form IM2A which you can get free of charge from the nearest British mission (领事馆) offering a visa service. You can only apply at the British mission in the country where you are living. Where there is none in the country concerned, or it does not offer a full service, another British mission will have been designated ( 指定 ) to handle applications.

  Part V Writing (15 minutes)

  Directions: This part is to test your ability to do practical writing. You are required to complete a LETTER OF INQUIRY and a LETTER OF REPLY according to the following information given in Chinese.

  Remember to do the task on the Translation/Composition Sheet.

  说明:根据下列中文信息拟一封询价信和一封报价信。

  询价信 (Letter 1) :

  1 .发信人: Mr. David Johnson

  2 .收信人: Mr. Peter Kevil

  3 . 发信日期: 2004 年 11 月 29 日

  4 . 内容: Mr. David Johnson 欲购买 Mr. Peter Kevil 所在的 HP 公司生产的激光打印机 (jet printer) ,写信了解有关价格以及害后服务的情况。

  报价信 (Letter 2) :

  1 .发信人: Mr. Peter Kevil

  2 .收信人: Mr. David. Johnson

  3 .发信日期: 2004 年 12 月 6 日

  4 . 内容: Mr. Peter Kevil 非常感谢 Mr. David Johnson 对他们公司生产的激

  光打印机感兴趣,随信附上目录以及价目表,并告知 HP 公司为客户提

  供优良的服务。不仅如此,如果购买的数量较大,还可以享受折扣。

  参考答案:

  1-5 BCDCC 6-10 CACBC

  11. longer and longer

  12. quite difficult

  13. children

  14. care and attention

  15. normal, everyday life

  16-20 CDDAB

  21-25 BAACB

  26. (should)be

  27. reasonable

  28. proposal

  29. are not allowed

  30. eagerly

  31. strength

  32. had been produced

  33. Taking

  34. is

  35. to rise

  36-40 DBDBD

  41-45 DBCDA

  46. Air Conditioning System

  47. engineering requirments

  48. satis factory

  49. efficient

  50. roposal

  51-55 CL PD MA BK ZO

  56. Christ Church

  57. marked Private

  58. picnocking

  59. follow the advice

  60. prevent crime

  61-64 DCCB

  65——

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