Part Ⅰ Listening Comprehension （20 minutes）
Directions： In this section you will hear 10 short conversations. At the end of each conversation, a question will be asked about what was said. Each conversation and question will be spoken only once. After each question there will be a pause. During the pause, you must read the four suggested answers marked A）, B）, C）, and D）, and decide which is the best answer. Then mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center.
1. A） Get a good night's sleep so he'll feel better.
B） Take the exam once more.
C） Go out to see a movie.
D） Stay in a cinema for a night.
2. A） She needs a new raincoat or umbrella.B） It will probably rain tomorrow.
C） She doesn't know what the weather will be like tomorrow.
D） She doesn't know where the man put his raincoat or umbrella.
3. A） He already took a picture of the flowers.
B） He doesn't know how to use the camera.
C） He doesn't think the flowers are beautiful.
D） He does not have any more film left.
4. A） They are going to have some milk for lunch.
B） They will probably quarrel because they are both angry.
C） They are going to breakfast soon.
D） They are going to lunch soon.
5. A） Go to the library.
B） Get some exercise.
C） Go to see a film.
D） Do homework in school.
6. A） Where John will meet her.
B） What the topic of the meeting is.
C） What John is wearing.
D） Where the meeting is being held.
7. A） She didn't clean the dorm.
B） Her dorm is messy.
C） She will help the man clean his dorm.
D） She cleaned the library.
8. A） Jack is likely to help.
B） Jack doesn't know a lot about the problem.
C） The man has already asked Jack for help.
D） Jack was the last one who could solve the problem.
9. A） It will snow much later in the week.
B） It will probably snow.
C） She needs to listen to the weather forecast.
D） The weather forecasters always make mistakes.
10. A） In the laundry.
B） In the tailor's.
C） In the department store.
D） At home.
Section B Compound Dictation
Directions： In this section you will hear a passage three times. During the first reading you should listen carefully for a general idea of the whole passage. Then listen to the passage again. When the first part of the passage is being read, you should fill in the missing word during the pause at each blank. After listening to the second part of the passage you are required to write down the main points according to what you have just heard. Finally, when the passage is read the third time you can check what you have heard.
Television now plays such an important part in so many people's lives that it is___11___ for us to try to decide whether is a ___12___ or a curse. Obviously television has both ___13___ and disadvantages. But do the former ___14___ the latter？
In the first place, television is not only a convenient source of entertainment,
but also a ___15___ cheap one. They just sit comfortably at home and enjoy ___16___ series of programmes rather than to go out in search of ___17___ elsewhere. Some people, however, maintain that this is precisely where the danger lies. ____________18___________________________ Secondly, television keeps one informed about current events, allows one to follow the latest developments in science and politics. Yet here
again there is a danger. The television screen itself has a terrible, almost physical fascination for us._______________19_______________________________________.There are many other arguments for and against television. The poor quality of its programmes is often criticized. But it is undoubtedly a great comfort to many lonely elderly people. And does it corrupt or instruct our children？___________20
1. M： I am really disappointed about not passing the exam.
W： An evening at the cinema should make you feel better.
Q： What does the woman suggest the man do？
2. M： It doesn't seem that it is going to rain tomorrow. It was supposed to be clear all week.
W： Well, according to the forecast that I heard, you should take your raincoat or umbrella with you.
Q： What does the woman mean？
3. W： What a wonderful view！ Could you take a picture of me with the flowers in the background？
M： I am sorry, I just ran out of film.
Q： What does the man imply？
4. W： I am getting hungry. I think we should go to dinner soon.
M： Me too. I only had a cup of milk for breakfast.
Q： What will the man and woman probably do？
5. M： I'd like really to go to the cinema tonight, but I'm too much left behind in schoolwork.
W： Movie always relaxes me. It might be worth it in the long run.
Q： What does the woman suggest the man do？
6. M： John has just gone to the Students' Union for a meeting.
W： Where is it？
Q： What does the woman want to know？
7. M： Your dorm always looks so neat,so spotless and mine is such a mess.
W： I've been at the library all the week. It is my roommate's doing.
Q： What does the woman imply？
8. M： I thought Jack might be able to help me figure out the solution to this problem.
W： He is the last person I'd ask if I were you.
Q： What does the woman mean？
9. W： Is it going to snow tomorrow？
M： If you believe the weather forecast.
Q： What does the man mean？
10. M： Excuse me！ The shirt is not the size I want. I thought it was 40, but I found it was 39. Would you please change it for me？
W： Of course, sir.
Q： Where is this conversation most probably taking place？
Television now plays such an important part in so many people's lives that it is （11） essential for us to try to decide whether is a （12）blessing or a curse. Obviously television has both （13）advantages and disadvantages. But do the former （14）outweigh the latter？
In the first place, television is not only a convenient source of entertainment,but also a （15）comparatively cheap one. They just sit comfortably at home and enjoy（16）endless series of programmes rather than to go out in search of （17）amusement elsewhere. Some people, however, maintain that this is precisely where the danger lies. （18）The television viewer need do nothing. He is completely passive and has every
thing presented to him without any effort on his part. Secondly, television keeps one informed about current events, allows one to follow the latest developments in science and politics. Yet here again there is a danger. The television screen itself has a terrible, almost physical fascination for us. （19）We get so used to
looking at its movements, so dependent on its flickering pictures, that it begins to dominate our lives.There are many other arguments for and against television. The poor quality of its programmes is often criticized. But it is undoubtedly a great comfort to many lonely elderly people. And does it corrupt or instruct our children？ （20） I think we must realize that television in itself is neither good nor bad. It is the uses to which it is put that determine its value to society.
Part Ⅰ Listening Comprehension
「详细解答」句中男生说，对不起，我的胶卷用完了。关键短语是run out of（用完），恰好与选项中的D符合，本题属同义替换关系。
「详细解答」第二句为Where is it？ “it”指代上句中的meeting，因而女生问的应该是“会在哪儿开？”
18.The television viewer need do nothing. He is completely passive and has everything presented to him without any effort on his part
19.We get so used to looking at its movements, so dependent on its flickering pictures, that it begins to dominate our lives
20.I think we must realize that television in itself is neither good nor bad. It is the uses to which it is put that determine its value to society
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