第 1 题：Listening Comprehension:
What is the man going to do very soon?
A Take a taxi.
B Board a train.
C Take a bus.
D Take a plane.
Where does this conversation most probably take place?
A In a restaurant.
B In an army unit.
C At a reservation office.
D At home.
Where does this conversation most probably take place?
A At a railway station.
B In a classroom.
C In an airport.
D In Chicago.
what is wrong with the apartment?
A It isn't big enough.
B There are only two bedrooms.
C It is too near the freeway.
D It has a fine view and plenty of space.
How does the man feel about the problem?
第 2 题：Listening Comprehension:
Where does the conversation take place?
A At a drug store.
B In a supermarket.
C At the dentist's.
D At the police station.
What is the present price of the bookcase?
A You can buy two bookcases for $9.90 each.
B One bookcase will cost her $9.90 if she only buys one. If she buys two, they will cost $15.00.
C A bookcase costs $15.00.
D Bookcases cost $14.95 for two.
Why didn't the woman eat?
A She was not hungry.
B She didn't like the food.
C She was in too much pain.
D She was on a diet.
What is the man's profession?
A A waiter.
B A cook.
C A salesman.
D A shop assistant.
What does the woman suggest the man to do?
A Go to bed earlier at night.
B Try to get up as early as possible.
C Go for the class the night before.
D Get up quickly in the morning.
第 3 题：Listening Comprehension:
According to the conversation, what kind of weather is usual for March?
B Very hot.
C Cooler than the day of this conversation.
D Drier than the day of this conversation.
Where docs this conversation take place?
B New York.
How often is the bus scheduled to pass their stop?
A Every ten minutes.
B At twenty to one.
C Every half hour.
D Once a day.
第 4 题：Listening Comprehension:
When does this conversation most probably take place?
A At the beginning of the semester.
B At the middle of the semester.
C During the vacation.
D At the end of the semester.
What does the woman suggest the man to do?
A Study hard.
B Take his mind off his test.
C Go to get his tennis bats.
D Try to take every exam.
What are both speakers planning?
A To play tennis.
B To discuss the test.
C To play table tennis.
D To go swimming.
What is the result of their last game?
A The man lost his bail.
B The woman won.
C The man won.
D The woman was a beginner.
第 5 题：Listening Comprehension:
Where is the woman planning to go on vacation?
D The UK.
Where was she planning to go originally?
C The UK.
Why has she changed her mind?
A Her accountant advised against taking such a trip.
B Her annual bonus was disappointingly low.
C The value of the dollar has gone down.
D She didn't have sufficient funds.
What does the man recommend?
A He recommends that she go camping rather than buy a trailer.
B He recommends that she buy a trailer rather than go camping.
C He recommends that she buys a more reliable trailer than the one she has.
D He recommends that she buys a cooler tent than the one she has.
第 6 题：Listening Comprehension:
How did the woman do on her driving test?
A She failed.
B She barely passed.
C She passed easily.
D She wouldn't say.
What does the woman believe she did well?
A Changing lanes.
B Starting on a hill.
C Parking at the curb.
D Keeping a proper distance.
What was the woman's problem when making a turn?
A Not using the signal.
B Being on the wrong lane.
C Driving too slowly.
D Not looking over her shoulder.
Why did the woman bump a car in the traffic?
A It hit her from behind.
B She rolled backwards.
C She shifted into reverse.
D She went through a red light.
第 7 题：Section Ⅱ Use of English:
In Britain, winter is the season not only for visits to the theatre, opera, concert and ballet, but also for shopping or for sightseeing.
London, one of the (1) cities in the world, has plenty to offer during the winter months, (2) in the way of entertainment—and the (3) act like a magnet with (4) array of presents for the Christmas (5) followed by large scale bargains in the January (6) . But it's not only London that (7) value shopping, most of our suburban and (8) centres have just as much to offer to the (9) shopper.
Even if you're based (10) London, you don't have to spend all your (11) there—and that goes for all the year (12) , too. Take a train or coach and (13) what else Britain has to offer; (14) are many excursions, even in winter, and among the great country houses (15) keep their stately front doors open (16) the year are Longleat and WoburnAbbey. (17) a car and drive (18) into the beauty of the winter landscape, the scenery will be (19) beautiful and the people will have more time to chat to you (20) this time of the year.
第 8 题：Reading Comprehension:
Meals around the family are less common today than in the past. As a result of small families and working wives, more than half of all Americans eat more than haft their meals away from homes.
The main advantages of this new pattern of American eating are the fast food chains where edible things roll out like car parts on an assembly line. The fast food industry has been growing at a rate of 15 percent a year. Pizza has become a staple(主食), and the hamburger billions sold annually has replaced the hot dog as the American national dish.
In addition to pizza and hamburger, American appetites are regularly whetted by such fast food as fried fish and chicken, French fries, onion tings, soft drinks and shakes. Many of these foods have been attacked by nutritionists and public health physicians because they are high in fat and sugar. But no matter what is said about them by health professionals, the 140 000 fast food companies and shops are likely to continue to prosper and multiply because they are fast, inexpensive, attractive to youngsters and let's be honest millions like the taste of what's dished up.
The main problem with most fast food meals is that they're not nutritionally balanced. Those of pizza, chicken or beef usually contain more than enough protein for a child or adult for one meal. But for the number of calories they provide—generally more than a third of an adult's daily requirements, they tend to oversupply you with fats and salt and to undersupply you with vitamins A and C, several B vitamins and iron. While pizza is one of the better, balanced fast foods, with plenty of protein and less fat than other types of meals, it is especially high in salt content, a negative factor for those who are easy to develop high blood pressure. Fast food meals are also sadly deficient in vegetables(except potatoes) and fruit. Thus a good rule of thumb is to eat salad, vegetables and fruit with your other meals on the days when you eat fast food.
Selecting a nutritious drink at a fast food restaurant is often difficult. Milk and fruit juice( not fruit drink), if on the menu are probably the best choices.
Another pitfall(隐藏的危险) is French fried potatoes. As they come from the ground, potatoes are a nutritional bargain low in fat, high in desirable complex carbohydrates. But when fried in deep fat, potatoes become a high fat, high calorie food. A typical fast food serving of fries contains 200 or more calories, too many of them fat calories.
Which of the following is TRUE?
A Since fast foods have less nutrition, people should try their best not to eat them.
B The fast food industry is taking advantage of small families with working wives.
C Fast foods taste good though they have too much fat.
D Since Americans are faced with a growing fast food industry, they should remember some basic facts about it.
What is the tone of the passage about fast foods?
The word "whetted" in Paragraph 3 can be replaced by "______".
According to the passage, a suggested way to balance a fast food meal is to ______.
A eat salad, vegetables and fruit during other meals
B eat salad, vegetables and fruit with fast foods
C put some potatoes on your hamburger
D select a nutritious drink
The author's purpose in writing this article is to ______.
A describe the new pattern of American eating
B show why the fast food industry has been growing fast
C list the most popular fast foods
D present some facts and guidelines to help consumers choose wisely from the fast foods available
第 9 题：Reading Comprehension(子母填空):
Read the texts from a magazine article in which five books are recommended. For Questions 1 to 5, match the number of each book(61 to 65) to one of the statements( A to G) given below. Mark your answers on ANSWER SHEET1.
Planning your time effectively means getting more out of everything you do. This book shows you simply and quickly how to master the techniques and skills that are essential in taking control of your time and your life.
If you can cut down on the time you spend meeting people, talking on the phone, writing and reading reports, you can use the time saved for creative work and the really important elements of your job.
Learn how to deal with interruptions, manage your boss, and cut the length of meetings. Above all how to minimize paperwork. You'll be amazed how following a simple guideline, will improve the quality of your working life and your leisure time.
A carefully prepared plan is essential to the success of any company. Planning ahead means you make better decisions today, and helps you take into account as many of the relevant factors as possible.
Planning is vital to the people who finance the company but above all it's vital to the people who carry out its day to day management.
The book provides a planning framework and shows you how to complete it for your own business in 100 short, easy to follow steps. It's written in simple clear language and is designed to be of immediate, practical benefit to readers.
The author Ron Johnson is an independent management consultant specializing in corporate strategy and the management of change.
In a world where job opportunities are continually shrinking, it's more important than ever before to actively manage your work. More time is spent at work than in any other activity, so it's vital to make sure that you are following the correct path. The book adjusts the balance in your favour. First it helps you to make a thorough analysis of your skills, experiences and values, then it provides practical strategies to enable you to achieve your ambitions.
What does assertiveness really mean? Read the book and you'll know.
This book helps you to understand more about assertiveness and aggression, and teaches you to understand more about yourself, the possibilities of change and the potential for improvement in personal, social, family and work place relationships.
At some stage in their job or life, everyone is asked to organize a larger scale of activity—it may be running the company's annual sales conference, preparing the launch of a new product, or planning a move to new offices. Or it may be outside work like organizing the local school fete.
Faced with something new, most people are often puzzled about where to start and worried about taking it on. This book provides a straightforward road map for organizing most kinds of activities in detail.
It offers examples at core skills such as planning, scheduling, progress chasing, choosing and coordinating the team budgeting, handling unforeseen problems.
Now match each of the books (61 to 65) to the appropriate statement.
Note: There are two extra statements.
[A] The Perfect Wisdom
[B] The Perfect Confidence
[C] The Perfect Career
[D] The Perfect Opportunity
[E] The Perfect Project Manager
[F] Perfect Time Management
[G] The Perfect Business Plan
第 10 题：填空题:
You have read the following magazine advertisement in which an American girl is looking for pen-friends and you want to contact her.
Interests: collecting coins, stamps and postcards; learning foreign languages
Address: 20 Staten Street, Eylandt, USA
All letters will be answered
Write a letter to her (Andy Lewis), telling her about:
(1) Your family;
(2) Your schooling or work;
(3) Your hobbies.
You should write approximately 100 words. Do not sign your own name at the end of your letter. Use "Li Ping" instead. You do not need to write the address.
第 11 题：填空题:
Write a composition on the topic Traveling—A Good Way to Learn. You should follow the outline:
(1) Traveling teaches people about other cultures.
(2) Traveling can improve people's communication skills.
(3) Traveling can make a person interested in studying at a college.
第 12 题：Reading Comprehension:
By the time we had completed our preparations, the sky was beginning to grow rapidly lighter, although the sun was not yet above the horizon. We waited unpatiently, hardly daring to move or to whisper to one another. Suddenly, we heard the quick beating of wings and one of the birds we were looking for flew up from the valley beyond. He flied straight to the tree and settled on a thin branch, stripped bare of leaves, which grew diagonally upwards from the main trunk. Immediately he began to clean himself, combing with his beak the long soft feathers which grew from beneath his wings and extended past his tail in a glorious red cloud. Charles's camera, on a trial run, sounded unexcepted loud, but the bird took no notice and continued with his cleaning until at last he drew himself up and shook himself. Then, head held high, he called a single, loud, sharp note which resounded over the valley. He seemed in no hurry to begin his dance, as he continued to call for a quarter of an hour. Two other birds flew from the valley and settled in other parts of the tree. They were hens, uninteresting brown creatures ,which, attracted by his call ,had come to watch his dance. He paid no attention to them, and continued his unmusical cries, occasionally cleaning some more feathers. The hens kept silent, moving from branch to branch. Once one of them drew too near his dancing ground, but he beat his wings and she drew back.
His calls began to increase frequently, and I carefully fixed the recording machine so that they produced the highest reading on the scale. With electrifying suddenness, the bird lowered his head and throwing his fine tail feather over his back, he ran down his branch, a shaking flame of color, making his loud love cries. Up and down the branch he danced in a state of wild excitement. After half a minute he seemed to get out of breath, for his cries stopped and he danced silently.
The particular bird they were watching______.
A danced with the two hen birds
B fell off a branch
C was afraid of the two hen birds
D cleaned himself in frequency
The bird began to dance______.
A as soon as they saw him
B as soon as he had finished cleaning himself
C as soon as he settled down
D some time after they first saw them
While the male bird was dancing______.
A he showed off his tail feathers
B he shook leaves off the tree
C he threw away some feathers
D he cried more frequently
The writer of this passage wanted to______.
A take a photograph of the bird
B make a recording of the bird' s calls
C catch the bird
D watch the sunrise
Soon after the two hen birds had arrived______.
A they settled down with the male
B the male drove one of them off
C they make unmusical cries like the male
D they lost interest in the male
Section I Listening Comprehension ( 25 minutes)
This section is designed to test your ability to understand spoken English. You will hear a selection of recorded materials and you must answer the questions that accompany them. There are TWO parts in this section, Part A and Part B.Remember, while you are doing the test, you should first put down your answers in your test book-let. At the end of the listening comprehension section, you will have 3 minutes to transfer your answers from your test booklet onto ANSWER SHEET 1.
If you have any questions, you may raise your hand NOW as you will not be allowed to speak once the test has started.
Now look at Part A in your test booklet.
You will hear 10 short dialogues. For each dialogue, there is one question and four possible answers. Choose the correct answer- A, B, C or D, and mark it in your test booklet. You will have 15 seconds to answer the question and you will hear each dialogue ONLY ONCE.
You will hear:
W: Could you please tell me if the Beijing flight will be arriving on time?
M: Yes, Madam. It should be arriving in about ten minutes.
You will read:
Who do you think the woman is talking to?
[ A ] A bus conductor.
[ B ] A clerk at the airport.
[ C ] A taxi driver.
[ D ] A clerk at the station.
From the dialogue, we know that only a clerk at the airport is most likely to know the arrival time of a flight, so you should choose answer [ B ] and mark it in your test booklet.
Sample Answer: [ A ] [ ] [ C ] [ D ]
Now look at Question 1.
1. What is the womans reply?
[ A ] She knows Professor Arnold has come.
[ B ] She thinks Professor Arnold has checked in.
[ C ] She is sure that Professor Amold has arrived.
[ D ] She doesn t know whether Professor Arnold has arrived.
2. Who answered the phone?
[ A ] James Clock.
[ B ] Mary.
[ C ] Sue.
[ D ] Not mentioned.
3. How does the man feel about his grade?
[ A] It was an improvement.
[ B ] It was disappointing.
[ C] It was unfair.
[ D ] It was satisfying.
4. What does the woman mean?
[ A ] They re ready for the snow.
[ B ] Once it starts, it 11 snow a lot.
[ C ] It has been snowing for some time.
[ D ] The winter has just begun.
5. What subject does the man teach now?
[ A ] English.
[ B ] Chemistry.
[ C ] History.
[ D ] Chinese.
1、 I’m in a hurry.
注意的词语："in a hurry"指匆忙，有时用作口语也表示轻易地做好某件事情。
2、 These days the most sought-after tables are hidden away, several floors above ground, in the city’s high-rise apartments, which are run by chefs out of their own homes or from rented spaces……
3、 Merely requesting a reservation can be as difficult as getting one.
4、 Exclusively is the main attraction for customers in a city that is still obsessed with status.
5、 I can’t make up my mind about to have for dessert.
注意的词语：make up one’s mind：下决心、作决定。
6、Those mighty winds pulled in a band of cloud and some patchy rain through the small hours, and into thefirst part of the morning.
7、clearer skies and much light winds allowed temperatures to drop well into single figures resulting in a touch of grand frost in some rural areas.
8、The early sunshine giving away to a bit more clouds.
9、 Cooking at table side has always been part of traditional haute cuisine, or art of cooking.
注意的词语：art of cooking:烹饪术，例：art of defense: 武术。
10、 I’m a very cook.
11、 Stir the mixture until it leaves sides of the bowl.
12、 Roll the crust mixture into a round shape.
注意的词语：roll into: 卷成, 使合为一体。
13、 Yes, the apple pie is ready to serve.
注意的词语：be ready to: 预备, 即将
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