Questions 9 to 11 are based on the conversation you have just
9. A) To look for a job as a salesperson。
I. Listening Comprehension
B) To have a talk with Miss Thompson。
C) To place an order for some products。
Directions: In Section A, you will hear ten short conversations
between two speakers. At the end of each conversation a question will be
asked about what was said The conversations and the questions will be
spoken only once. After you hear a conversation and the question about
it, read the four possible answers on your paper, and decide which one
is the best answer to the question you have heard.
D) To complain about a faulty appliance。
1.A.In a super market. B.In a library. C.In a travel agency.
D.In a bank
10. A) The person in charge is not in the office。
2.A.Frightening. B.Boring. C.Easy to understand. D.Hard to
B) The supplies are out of stock for the moment。
3.A.Servant and master. B.Farmer and landlord.
C) They failed to reach an agreement on the price。
C.Waiter and customer. D.Shop assistant and consumer.
D) The company in re-cataloging the items。
4.A.She doesn’t like watching matches like that
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B.She doesn’t feel like going to the match tonight.
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C.She is surprised that the man has the ticket.
Questions 12 to 15 are based on the conversation you have just
D.She is sure whether to go to the match with the man.
12.A) Since he found a girlfriend. C) Since he began to
5.A.The man dislikes live theatre.
B) Since he took to heavy smoking. D) Since he started to
live on his own。
B.The woman likes live theatre most.
13. A) He is getting too fat. B)He doesn’t eat
C.They will find something better in future.
B) He smokes too much. D) He doesn’t look well
D.They hold different views towards live theatre.
14.A)They are overweight for their age. C) They are still in
their early twenties。
6.A.He thinks that he is foolish.
B) They are respectful to their parents. D) They dislike doing
B.He needs a computer to help him.
15. A) To quit smoking. C) To find a girlfriend。
C.He can’t surf the internet.
B) To reduce his weight. D) To follow her advice。
D.He can’t call Rachel at the moment.
7.A.The man hasn’t seen George recently.
Directions: In this section, you will hear 3 short passages. At the
end of each passage, you will hear some questions. Bath the passage and
the questions will be spoken only once. After you hear a question, you
must choose the best answer from the four choices marked A)，B)，C)and
D). Then mark the corresponding letter on Answer Sheet 1 with a single
line through the centre。
B.The man and George know each other well.
C.The woman hasn’t seen George recently.
D.The woman and George have some contact.
Questions 16 to 19 are based on the passage you have just heard。
8.A.She wants to cheer up the man.
16. A) They have destroyed several small towns.
B.She won’t come around for the practice.
B) They will soon spread to San Francisco。
C.She works hard despite the weather.
C) They have injured many residents。
D.She doesn’t feel very well recently.
D) They are burning out of control。
9.A.They were talking about a terribly produced movie.
17. A) They have been hospitalized。
B.The man was forced to stop watching the film halfway.
B) They have got skin problems。
C.The man didn’t see the film because it was horrifying.
C) They were chocked by the thick smoke。
D.They didn’t like the film because they had to leave halfway.
D) They were poisoned by the burning chemicals。
10.A.She has found the ideal place to settle down.
18. A) It failed because of a sudden rocket explosion。
B.She will live in the great place with Paul forever.
B) It has been re-scheduled for a midday takeoff。
C.She loves the place Paul writes in his novel.
C) It has been canceled due to technical problems。
D.She is glad to live at the place for some time.
D) It was delayed for eleven hours and thirty minutes。
19.A) They made frequent long-distance calls to each other。
DirectionsIn Section B, you will hear two short passagesand two
longerconversations,and you will be askedseveralquestions on each of the
passagesandconversations.The passagesandconversationswill be read twice,
but the questions will be spoken only once. When you hear a question,
read the four possible answers on your paper and decide which one would
be the best answer to the question you have heard.
B) They illegally used government computer in New Jersey。
Questions 11 through 13 are based on the following passage.
C) They were found to be smarter than computer specialists。
11.A.Aberdeen B.Dumfries C.Edinburgh D.Gladgow
D) They were arrested for stealing government information。
12.A.There will be just a little rain and a few showers.
B.There will be in low cloud for much of the day.
Questions 20 to 22 are based on the passage you have just heard。
C.There will be poor visibility on the roads.
20.A) Peaceful. C) Generous。
D.There will be no rain or snow yet.
C) Considerate. D) Cooperative。
13.A.A weatherman B.A journalist C.A travel guide
21.A) Someone dumped the clothes left in the water and dryer。
Questions14through 16are based on the following passage.
B) Someone broke the washer and dryer by overloading them。
14.A.She was actually born there.
C) Mindy Lance’s laundry blocked the way to the laundry room。
B.Her mother was from there.
D) Mindy Lance threatened to take revenge on her neighbors。
C.Her father had to work there.
22.A) Asking the neighborhood committee for help。
D.She went to university there.
B) Limiting the amount of laundry for each wash。
15.A.The places where she had traveled and worked.
C) Informing the building manager of the matter。
B.The reasons why she could speak several languages.
D) Installing a few more washers and dryers。
C.The languages she taught to private students as a teacher.
D.The family members she had and the stories between them.
Questions 23 to 25 are based on the passage you have just beard。
16.A.The speaker learned to speak French during his long stay in Paris.
23. A) She is both a popular and a highly respected author。
B.The speaker spoke Italian because her sister taught her in Italy.
B) She is the most loved African novelist of all times。
C.The speaker learned to speak German while studying in Munich.
C) She is the most influential author since the 1930’s。
D.The speaker once had a star student who was an Italian Prince.
D) She is the first writer to focus on the fate of slaves。
Questions 17through 18are based on the followingconversations.
24. A) The Book Critics Circle Award。
17.A.To book film tickets.
B) The Nobel prize for literature。
B.To make comments on film.
C) The Pulitzer prize for fiction。
C.To ask about the price of film tickets.
D)The National Book Award。
D.To confirm what to bring to the cinema.
25. A) She is a relative of Morrison’s。
B) She is a slave from Africa。
B.Six hours and ten minutes
C) She is a skilled storyteller。
C.A hundred and thirty-nine minutes.
D)She is a black woman。
Questions 19through20are based on the followingconversations.
Directions: In this section you will hear a passage three times.
When the passage is read for the first time, you should listen carefully
for in general idea. When the passage is read for the second time, you
are required to fill in the blanks with the exact words you have just
heard. Finally, when the passage is read for the third time, You should
check what you have written。
19.A.Fitness Center. B.Sweatshop. C.Body Matters.
20.A.Prices and facilities.
Many college students today owe personal computers that cost
anywhere from $1,000 to perhaps $5,000 or more。(26) ,at is not
uncommon for them to purchase(27) costing another several hundred
dollars. Twenty years ago, computers were(28) , but they were very
large and extremely expensive. Few, if any,(29) purchased computers
for home use . Over the years, the price of the “gats”of a computer—its
memory—has declined to less than a thousandth of the price per unit of
memory that prevailed twenty years ago. This is the main reason why
computers cost so much less today than they used to. Moreover, (30)
improvements have made it possible to (31) memory circuitry that is
small enough to fit into the portable personal computers that many of us
own and use. (32) , as the price of computation has declined the
average consumer and business have spent more on purchasing computers。
B.Distances and coaches.
(33) , improved agricultural technology, hybrid(杂交)
seeds,(34) animal breeding, and so on have vastly increased the
amount of output a typical farmer can produce. The prices of goods such
as meats and grains have fallen sharply relative to the prices of most
other goods and services. As agricultural prices have fallen, many
households have decreased their total expenses on food. Even though
the(35) of a product purchased generally increases when its price
falls, total expenses on it may decline。
C.Names and locations.
D.Phone numbers and classes.
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