Part I Listening Comprehension

Section A
1.A、At an airport.
   B、At a travel agency.
   C、At a theater.
   D、At a railway station.
2.A、Both tea and coffee.
   B、Something cold.
3.A、Twenty four.
   B、Twenty five.
   D、Twenty one.
4.A、She will stay with her parents.
   B、She will do some exercise.
   C、She will come over later.
   D、She will prepare for her exam.
5.A、Bill's promise.
   B、Sunday school.
   C、Weekend weather.
   D、 Holiday plan.
6.A、Get the woman's father to buy her a watch.
   B、Get his father to buy him a watch.
   C、Buy a gift for the woman's father.
   D、 Buy a gift for his father.
8.A、Find a job.
   B、Get back home.
   C、Go on a vacation.
   D、Rent a house.
9.A、Tom can't come.
   B、Tom is not welcome.
   C、Tom will be late.
   D、Tom will surely be on time.
10.A、She is the person who wrote the letter.
   B、She knows who can do the translation.
   C、She is married to an Arabian.
   D、She can do the translation.

Section B

Passage One
Questions 11 to 13 are based on the passage you have just heard.

11. A、He prefers living in a city to the country.
       B、He prefers living in the country to a city.
       C、He prefers planes to trains for traveling.
       D、He prefers trains to planes for traveling.
12. A、There aren't enough toilets.
       B、They are far away from the city.
       C、They are always crowded.
       D、The seats there are uncomfortable.
13. A、Trains are cheaper, safer and more comfortable.
       B、Planes are safer, cheaper and more comfortable.
       C、Planes are safer, faster and more convenient.
       D、Trains are cheaper, faster and more convenient.

Passage Two
Questions 14 to 16 are based on the passage you have just heard.

14. A、Climate changes.
       B、Energy crisis.
       C、Underground buildings.
       D、Ancient civilizations.
15. A、In Spain.
       B、In Canada.
       C、In China.
       D、In Turkey.
16. A、Cold

Passage Three
Questions 17 to 20 are based on the passage you have just heard.

17. A、Buy a calculator with new features.
       B、Return his calculator and buy a cheaper one.
       C、Get his calculator repaired.
       D、Return his calculator and get a new one.
18. A、It doesn't have any new features.
       B、The figures cannot be removed.
       C、One of its buttons doesn't work.
       D、It is too expensive.
19. A、$27.99
20. A、The money he paid.
       B、Some records.
       C、A new calculator.
       D、A new receipt.

Part II Vocabulary

21.They need the additional help to get the work done as ___.
22.Tension has been ___ between the employers and the workers on strike.
     A、built up
     B、put up
     C、grown up
     D、pulled up
23.Can you describe the _____ by which paper is made from wood?
24.He didn't want to retire at an early age and lead a (n) _____ life.
25.The old couple _____ a hard living by selling vegetables every day on the roadside.
26.The situation was _____ delicate between the two countries in the early 90’s.
27.The story of Lei Feng _____ millions of people to give help to those in need.
28.They gave each member a number, but they _____ No. 13 as no one wanted to have it.
     A、let out
     B、left out
     C、pointed out
     D、made out
29.The company _____ him a very high salary, but he still wasn't content with it.
30.Every man or woman in China over the age of 18 is _____ to the right to vote.
31.However bad the situation is, the facts should not be _____ the people who are concerned about public affairs.
     A、kept up
     B、kept out
     C、kept from
     D、kept away
32.As a young boy, he only received three years of _____ education, but he loved reading and later became a famous writer.
33.I'm leaving for the airport in 15 minutes; so just give me the news _____.
     A、in line
     B、in detail
     C、in time
     D、in brief
34.As the managing director can’t go to the reception, I’m representing the company ___
     A、on his behalf
     B、from his point of view
     C、in his consideration
     D、for his part
35.After long talks, they managed to _____ an agreement on rates of pay.
36.He is a very kind man, _____ to his family and friends.
37.An advanced public transportation system is _____ to the development of a big city.
38.The headmaster had been trying to _____ money for a new science project.
39.Although I spoke to him many times, he never took any ______ of what I said.
40.______ the terrible flood of bad novels and poor works, there are good novelists.

Part III Structure

41. “Why didn't you use that printer?” “Because it wasn't ________ to fit it.”
      A、enough good
      B、good as enough
      C、as enough good
      D、good enough
42. The boy looked at the stranger carefully, _________ who he could be.
      B、having wondered
      C、to wonder
43. The boss won't give the workers pay unless they _______ their work today.
      A、will finish
      B、had finished
44. The city has now over ten five-star hotels, almost ___ there were six years ago
      A、as three more times as
      B、as three times many as
      C、as many as three times
      D、three times as many as
45. The culture and customs of America are more like _________ of Great Britain and some other European nations.
46. The wounded soldier had the message ________ straight to the army commander.
      A、to be sent
      B、being sent
      D、to send
47. _________people say about him, I'm sure that he is innocent.
48. He spoke English confidently and fluently, _________impressed me most.
      C、so that
49. There are five Chinese restaurants in the downtown area; and this is by far ________.
      B、the best
      D、the better
50. I didn’t mean _____anything, but those apples looked so nice that I couldn’t resist _________ one.
      A、eating; to try
      B、eating; trying
      C、to eat; trying
      D、to eat; to try
51. Mr. Green is not the same person _________ four years ago in college.
      A、as he was
      B、that he was
      C、who was
      D、what he was
52. He showed me a photo of the fancy hotel on the seashore ________ he stayed for a week.
53. It was with great joy ______ we got the news that China had successfully launched its first manned spacecraft.
54. Try to imagine _________ the Pacific Ocean in a small sailing boat.
      A、to be crossed
      B、on crossing
      D、to cross
55. Dream of the Red Chamber is said to _________ into several foreign languages in the last decade.
      A、have been translated
      B、have translated
      C、be translated
56. We warned the children time and again _________ the electric lamp.
      A、not to touching
      B、should not touch
      C、not touch
      D、not to touch
57. It was vital that we ________ every measure to protect the beautiful scenery around the lake.
      A、have to take
      C、must take
      D、will take
58. You promised her a letter; and you ought to ________ to her days ago.
      A、be writing
      B、be written
      D、have written
59. ______ is now the northern Sahara Desert that fed much of the civilized world 2,500 years ago.
60. I want to leave my car around here. Can you tell me if_________ a parking lot near here?
      A、there has been
      B、there it is
      C、there is
      D、is there

Part IV Reading Comprehension

Passage One
Questions 61 to 65 are based on the following passage:

Many people who are rich are also well-known. Ted Sweeney was an exception to this rule. His family moved to San Francisco from Los Angeles when he was one month old. That’s where he grew up. At the age of seventeen he was hit by a train. Although he was not seriously hurt, the railroad paid him $25,000. Instead of going to college he bought a small store. Six months later the government bought his land to build a new highway. He sold it for $95,000.

With this money he moved to Detroit. He started a small company that made parts for the car manufacturers. It was very successful and by the time he was 23 he was a millionaire. When he was 24 he got married. He and his wife had three daughters in the next five years. By the time he was 30 he had over ten million dollars.

Then tragedy struck. He was involved in a traffic accident. He did not die but his wife and daughters did. Six months later he sold everything he owned and put his money in stocks. Ted then moved to New York. He lived for the next forty years in a one-room apartment.

He spent most of his days wandering through the city looking in garbage cans for food. He never worked. He rarely talked to anyone except himself. Most people were afraid of him. His clothes were always old and dirty.

Shortly before he died he moved back to Los Angeles. After spending two weeks there he was put in jail because he had no money and no job. City workers tried to help him. They offered him work but he would not work. Towards the end he would not talk to anyone at all.

When he died, he was a lonely man. But someone remembered his name. They knew he had lived in Detroit and had been successful. It was learned that he had put his stocks in a box at a Detroit bank. After they were sold and all the taxes paid, there was still over a hundred million dollars left.

61. Where did Sweeney grow up?
A、San Francisco.
C、Los Angeles
D、New York.
62. Sweeney became successful in business by _______.
A、putting his money in stocks
B、depositing money at a bank
C、making car parts
D、selling his land to the government
63. Which of the following statements about Sweeney's life in New York is implied in the passage?
A、He was not allowed to work there.
B、He stayed in jail for some time there.
C、He led a poor life there.
D、He made many friends there.
64. How old probably was Sweeney when he died?
A、Over 70.
B、Over 80.
C、Over 50.
D、Over 60.
65. What can we conclude from the passage?
A、Sweeney lost all his money in the stock market.
B、People may be rich but not well-known.
C、People may not be aware of their wealth.
D、Sweeney became rich by selling food cans.

Passage Two
Questions 66 to 70 are based on the following passage:

If it were only necessary to decide whether to teach elementary science to everyone on a mass basis or to find the gifted few and take them as far as they can go, our task would be fairly simple. The public school system, however, has no such choice, for the jobs must be carried on at the same time. Because we depend so heavily upon science and technology for our progress, we produce specialists in many fields. Because we live in a democratic nation, whose citizens make the policies for the nation, large numbers of us must be educated to understand, to support, and when necessary, to judge the work of experts. The public school must educate both producers and users of scientific services.

In education, there should be a balance among the branches of knowledge that contribute to effective thinking and wise judgment. Such balance is defeated by too much emphasis on any one field. This question of balance involves not only the relation of the natural sciences, the social sciences, and the arts, but also relative emphasis among the natural sciences themselves.

Similarly, we must have a balance between current and classical knowledge. The attention of the public is continually drawn to new possibilities in scientific fields and the discovery of new knowledge; these should not be allowed to turn our attention away from the sound, established materials that form the basis of courses for beginners.

66. According to the passage, the task for the public school system is _______.
67. Whom must the public school educate according to the writer?
A、Common people only.
B、Both experts and officials.
C、Specialists only.
D、Both common people and specialists.
68. The writer believes that the public school education must take care of_____.
A、the arts only
B、all useful fields
C、the natural sciences only
D、the social sciences only
69. Which of the following does the writer think most important to students?
A、The latest developments in science and technology.
B、The work of experts.
C、Both newly-found and well-established knowledge.
D、The basis of courses for beginners.
70. Which of the following is the best title for the passage?
A、Subjects in Public School System.
B、Balance in Education.
C、Judging the Work of Experts.
D、Education and Knowledge.

Passage Three
Questions 71 to 75 are based on the following passage:

Dear Mr. Paul,

Well, I’ve just signed the lease(租约) and I’m opening my own radio and TV repair shop. Even though I haven’t finished half the course yet, the practical experience I had before I started and what I’ve learned from you folks so far makes me feel I can make a go of it.

I guess that gives you some idea why I’ve gotten a little behind in my payments. I think I owe you for three months right now. It takes a lot of money to start a shop, fix it up and get all the tools and equipment.

Everybody’s been very nice to me. The companies I approached have all agreed to give me credit even though I'm new and never did any business with them before. Well, you folks have known me for nearly six months now and until recently I’ve always paid on time. You know what can be made in this business and from the good grades and reports I’ve had on my assignments I think you know I have what it takes to make this business a success.

So I’m asking you to do what the people who don’t know me have done. I want to complete the course just as fast as I can. The more I know the better I can do, but I want you to give me credit. I want to finish the course and pay you when the shop starts earning money.

Maybe six months from now, I’ll have an easy time paying. In the meantime keep me going and you can count on getting your money when I’m through. I’ve got to hold on to all my money for working capital.

I'll appreciate your cooperation.

Very truly yours,
John Johnson

71. This letter was written to ask for permission _____.
A、to borrow some money
B、to complete the course
C、to delay paying the money
D、to open a repair shop
72.  How does the writer describe himself?
A、He is a good student.
B、He is an experienced repairman.
C、He is a friendly person.
D、He is good at doing business.
73. How does the writer feel about his new business?
74. In the letter writer promises that he will _____.
A、thank everyone who helped him
B、take more courses from the school
C、try hard to earn money
D、eventually pay for the course
75. Most likely, “make a go of it” (Para. 1, Line 4) means _____.
A、“get the business started”
B、“gain more knowledge from the business”
C、“cause the business to succeed”
D、 “make the business expensive”

Part V Translation from English into Chinese

Directions: In this part there is a passage with 5 underlined sections, numbered 76 to 80. After reading the passage carefully, translate the underlined sections into Chinese. Remember to write your translation on the Translation Sheet.

Nearly every day, giant tankers carry 8 million barrels of oil from Saudi Arabia (沙特阿拉伯) to refineries (炼油厂) around the world. But after the recent bombing in Riyadh, energy analysts (分析家) are nervously reassessing(重新评估) the stability of supplies of crude from the oil kingdom.

Since oil prices are relatively high entering winter, Americans will notice any further problems in Saudi Arabia as they fill up their gas tank or pay for home heating oil. 76) The price for West Texas crude closed above $32 a barrel last week, the highest point since the beginning of October and up from about $25 a barrel last year at this time.The higher price of crude is already reflected in steeper costs than last season: home heating oil is up some 19 cents a gallon, and gasoline is 9 cents a gallon higher. “The only thing keeping prices above $25 a barrel is fear of terrorist (恐怖分子) activity,” says Dennis Gartman, publisher of the Gartman Letter, an influential political and economic newsletter. “77) All things being equal and if there are no terrorist attacks, these are very high prices.

The US depends heavily on Saudi Arabia for oil. In terms of that arrangement, 78) one key concern, says Mr. Gartman, is the long distance that Saudi Arabia moves its oil to terminals (终点). “The pipelines are long and exposed as they move across the desert,” he says. “I don’t care how vigilant (警觉) you are, there are places that you are not defending.”

So far, however, there have been no attacks on the pipelines, producing areas, or terminals. The most recent attack was on a housing complex. But energy analysts are taking seriously such a target - more political than economic - particularly since 79) Saudi Arabia is the second-largest supplier of oil to the United States and represents one-third of all oil produced by OPEC (石油输出国组织).“(80) The problems should remind us how dependent we are on Saudi oil production,” says Robert Hormats, vice chairman of Goldman Sachs International in New York. “We have an interest in a stable Saudi Arabia.”


Part VI Translation from Chinese into English

81. 玛丽考虑结婚后辞掉工作,在家照顾丈夫和孩子。

82. 一个小孩是否能健康成长取决于他生活的环境。

83. 他宁可住在宁静的乡村,而不愿迁往喧闹的城市。

84. 他渴望早日康复,回到校园继续他的教学和科研工作。

85. 当地经济的四大特点可以归纳如下。