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            (每小题:1 分) Directions: Listen to the following recording, and then choose the correct answers to the questions you hear. You will hear the recording twice. After the first playing, there will be time for you to choose the correct answers. Use the second playing to check your answers. 1. A. She will visit Canada. B. She will have great time in Canada. C. She will entertain a visitor. D. She is still considering where to go for the holiday. 2. A. A present they bought from a gift shop. B. A wonderful gift they made by themselves. C. A graduation thesis. D. A two-week trip to Europe. 3. A. A mobile phone and a little money. B. His passport. C. All his money. D. Both B) and C). 4. A. She should take her Chinese friend to attend a Chinese class. B. She should take her Chinese friend to see the university classes there. C. She should show her Chinese friend around the campus. D. She should take her Chinese friend sightseeing. 5. A. Flying is dangerous. B. She will have more contacts with people on the train. C. She can enjoy the view from the train. D. Both B) and C). 6. A. Her stamps are all bought during her trips abroad. B. She never traveled abroad. C. A friend of hers gave her many foreign stamps. D. All her stamps are given by a close friend. 7. A. France. B. Germany. C. Spain. D. England. 8. A. To repair his computer. B. To fly to Hong Kong. C. To travel in some big city. D. To stay at home.

            9. A. Nobody. B. His elder sister. C. His classmates. D. Some people he doesn't know. 10. A. Hangzhou and Suzhou. B. Guangzhou and Hangzhou. C. Beijing, Shanghai, and Guangzhou. D. Beijing, Shanghai, and Hangzhou. Part 1 Short dialogs and multiple choice questions (每小题: 1 分; 满分:10 分) (In the case of True/False type of questions, A stands for True and B for False, or A for Y, B for N and C for NG.) 小题 1. 0 2. 0 3. 0 4. 0 5. 0 6. 0 7. 0 8. 0 9. 0 10. 0 得分 对错 学生答案 Correct (未选) C (未选) D (未选) A (未选) B (未选) D (未选) C (未选) A (未选) D (未选) B (未选) A

            1. What do people think about the holiday season? A. They believe it to be joyous. B. They believe it can give them great hope. C. They believe it gives them a lot of stress. D. Their opinions vary. 2. According to the speaker, which of the following is true during a holiday? A. People can work fewer hours. B. People can have a break from household duties. C. People have to do more work in a day. D. People do not have to go shopping. 3. What is the second factor the speaker mentions that contributes to the holiday blues? A. One has to visit many close friends and relatives. B. One has to be generous to many friends and relatives. C. Too many friends and relatives will visit you. D. The prices often go up. 4. Which of the flowing is NOT the last factor that causes holiday blues? A. People may think about their relatives far away. B. People call back to mind those who have died. C. People keep in memory their divorced husband or wife.

            D. Too much work. 5. What solution does the speaker propose? A. Having varied holiday plans. B. Focusing on one particular plan to forget everything else. C. Listening to only good news. D. Giving up a holiday plan. Questions 6 to 10 are based on the same passage or dialog. 6. Where had Mr. and Mrs. Williams always spent their summer holidays in England in the past? A. In a large boarding-house in the countryside. B. In a small boarding-house in the countryside. C. In a small boarding-house at the seaside. D. In a large boarding-house at the seaside. 7. Where did they decide to go when Mr. Williams made a lot of money in his business? A. To France. B. To Italy. C. To Germany. D. To Scotland. 8. Why were Mr. and Mrs. Williams surprised when they arrived late at the hotel? A. The hotel was no better than the boarding-house. B. The hotel was too expensive. C. Dinner was still served. D. Dinner was no longer served. 9. How many meals were served at the hotel every day? A. Three. B. Two. C. Four. D. More than four. 10. Why was Mrs. Williams disappointed when they heard the times of meals? A. They were not convenient. B. The intervals seemed too long. C. They would not have enough time for sightseeing. D. They would hardly have any time for sightseeing. Part 5 Short passages and multiple choice questions (每小题: 1 分; 满分:10 分) (In the case of True/False type of questions, A stands for True and B for False, or A for Y, B for N and C for NG.) 小题 1. 0 2. 0 3. 0 4. 0 5. 0 6. 0 7. 0 8. 0 得分 对错 学生答案 Correct (未选) D (未选) C (未选) B (未选) D (未选) A (未选) C (未选) B (未选) C

            9. 0 (未选) C 10. 0 (未选) D Subtotal: 0 Click ONCE on the speaker icon to start listening! 1. Motels are always near major highways. F 2. It is convenient for a person without a car to stay in a motel. F 3. Reservations are often required in motels in busy areas. T 4. Even in less crowded areas reservations are usually required. F 5. Motels are popular because they are cheap and convenient. T Part 6 Short passages and True/False questions (每小题: 1 分; 满分:5 分) Click ONCE on the speaker icon to start listening! 1. What does the man want at first? A. He wants to fly back on the 29th on the cheapest flight. B. He wants to fly back on the 29th for whatever airfare. C. He wants to transfer at New York on the 28th. D. He wants to transfer at Salt Lake on the 28th. 2. What is the airfare for the flight on the 29th? A. $980. B. $890. C. $1960. D. $490. 3. What is the route for the man? A. San Francisco-New York-Helsinki. B. Salt Lake City-New York-Helsinki. C. Helsinki-Washington-Salt Lake City. D. Los Angeles-New York- Salt Lake City. 4. How long will the man stay in New York? A. 100 minutes. B. 80 minutes. C. 60 minutes. D. 40 minutes. 5. What special requirement does the man have? A. A window seat. B. An aisle seat. C. A seat in the non-smoking area. D. A vegetarian meal.

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            1. A. Most children can speak a foreign language. B. Children are interested in nothing but computer technology. C. Older people have not kept pace with modern technology. D. Older people are interested in technical abbreviations. 2. A. To do research and chat with friends. B. For academic studies and interpersonal communications. C. For contacting her parents only. D. For chatting with friends. 3. A. A heavy fine. B. A small fine. C. A short period in prison. D. A well-paid job. 4. A. Tim Berners-Lee deserves the large award. B. Tim Berners-Lee has got too much. C. Everyone envies Tim Berners-Lee. D. The internet has changed everyone's life. 5. A. It is inconvenient to use a computer. B. It is inconvenient to use the Internet. C. A computer does not accept the slightest error. D. A computer is more intelligent than a human being. 6. A. To finish his paper. B. To update his blog. C. To chat with his friends. D. To watch a movie. 7. A. The man is always booking airline tickets online. B. The woman is always booking airline tickets online. C. The woman thinks booking airline tickets online is cheaper. D. The man is booking the airline ticket for the first time. 8.

            A. He doesn't agree with what the woman says. B. He agrees that young people at their twenties are especially interested in the Internet. C. He thinks the Internet is only attractive to the young people. D. He thinks young people feel happier when they are with families. 9. A. His ADSL is broken. B. His telephone is broken. C. He is behind the telephone bill. D. His computer doesn't work. 10. A. The man has been surfing the net for 5 hours today. B. The man will shorten his logon time to four hours every two days. C. The woman suggests the man use the computer within an hour a day. D. The woman asks the man to get rid of the Internet from now on. 小题 得分 对错 学生答案 Correct 1. 0 (未选) C 2. 0 (未选) B 3. 0 (未选) D 4. 0 (未选) A 5. 0 (未选) C 6. 0 (未选) A 7. 0 (未选) D 8. 0 (未选) B 9. 0 (未选) C 10. 0 (未选) B Subtotal: 0 Directions: Listen to the following recording, and then choose the correct answers to the questions. You will hear the recording twice. After the first playing, there will be time for you to choose the correct answers. Use the second playing to check your answers. Questions 1 to 5 are based on the same passage or dialog. 1. According to the speaker, what is the advantage of the electronic post office? A. It is more convenient than the e-mail service. B. It is less convenient than the e-mail service. C. It is more efficient than the traditional post office. D. It is less efficient than the traditional post office. 2. Which of the following is true of the passage? A. Most American libraries stay open 24 hours every day. B. You can visit Internet libraries any time you like. C. There are only a million books in the electronic libraries. D. There are millions of book in any traditional library. 3. Which of the following are mentioned in the passage as online services? A. Real-time communication, online banking, and listening to radio station. B. Online banking, and listening to radio station, and playing games.

            C. Real-time communication, online banking, seeing a film. D. Chatting with people, listening to radio station, and playing chess. 4. What does the author mean by saying "the Internet is your town in a box"? A. The Internet is similar to, but smaller than, a town. B. The Internet is like a box in your town. C. Everybody can visit the Internet even in a small town like a box. D. You can do everything on the Internet on your computer. 5. What is the passage mainly concerned with? A. The best possible services on the Internet. B. A comparison between traditional and online services. C. The various functions of the Internet. D. The advantages and disadvantages of the Internet. Questions 6 to 10 are based on the same passage or dialog. 6. Where were the three people going? A. To a meeting. B. To their office. C. To town. D. To the mountains. 7. What happened when they were driving down a steep mountain road? A. Their car was out of control. B. Their car broke down. C. A car was stranded in the front. D. Their car bumped into the embankment. 8. Which of the following is NOT mentioned by the Branch Manager in his suggestion? A. Proposing a Vision. B. Formulating a Mission Statement. C. Defining some Goals. D. Isolating the fault. 9. What did Hardware Engineer think he could do to solve the problem? A. Check the brakes. B. Check the engine. C. Strip down to the underwear. D. Use a Swiss Army knife. 10. Why did the Software Engineer suggest they should push the car back up the road? A. To see if the car could start again. B. To see if what had happened could happen again. C. To replace the faulty part. D. To check the car maintenance software. 1. 0 (未选) C 2. 0 (未选) B 3. 0 (未选) A 4. 0 (未选) D 5. 0 (未选) C 6. 0 (未选) A

            7. 0 (未选) B 8. 0 (未选) D 9. 0 (未选) D 10. 0 (未选) B 1. The passage is mainly about the various benefits of the information highway. T 2. On the Internet one can get information on news, weather, sports, airline fares, but not stock market quotations. F 3. It is possible to read online newspapers from other towns. T 4. The passage says that those using the public message board chat areas are mostly young people. F 5. One can play computer games only against the computer itself. F 1. What is Mr. Taylor doing now? A. He is looking for a job. B. He is inspecting a company. C. He is learning computer technology at a company. D. He is talking to a friend. 2. According to the passage, what is the aim of learning "web site authoring skills"? A. Reading various webpages. B. Creating and managing a webpage. C. Surfing from web site to website. D. Knowing the authors at a website. 3. Which of the following skills does Mr. Taylor have? A. PowerPoint. B. Authorware. C. Photoshop. D. None of the above. 4. What is Mr. Taylor good at? A. Managing a webpage. B. Managing an operating system. C. Writing programs. D. Playing computer games. 5. What is the employer likely to do in the future? A. He will give Mr. Taylor a job. B. He will give Mr. Taylor another interview before giving him a job. C. He won't give Mr. Taylor a job. D. He will recommend Mr. Taylor to another company. 1. 0 (未选) A 2. 0 (未选) B

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            1. A. She should live with him. B. She should live with his cousin. C. She should live with his cousin's friend. D. She should live by herself. 2. A. The transportation is convenient. B. The rent is inexpensive. C. Both A) and B). D. Neither A) nor B). 3. A. Ask the noisy girl to be quiet during a certain period of time. B. Ask the girl to turn off her stereo. C. Ask the girl to turn down her stereo. D. Order the girl to move out. 4. A. Nothing. B. $75. C. $40-50. D. $90-115. 5. A. A low interest rate. B. An interest rate of no more than 4%. C. An interest rate of no more than 3%. D. An interest rate for most mortgages. 6. A. $600. B. $800. C. $900. D. $1,500. 7. A. Tell the girl to keep quiet during a certain period of time. B. Ask the girl to move out immediately. C. Ask the girl not to invite her friends home. D. Ask the girl not to have parties in the afternoon. 8. A. An apartment with a bedroom, a living room and a kitchen. B. An apartment with a bedroom, a bathroom and a living room. C. An apartment with a bedroom and a bathroom. D. An apartment with a bedroom, a bathroom and a kitchen.

            9. A. $240. B. $300. C. $420. D. $480. 10. A. The windows are broken and the heater fails. B. The windows are broken and the roof is leaking. C. The heater doesn't work and the roof is leaking. D. The heater doesn't work and it's noisy. 小题 1. 0 2. 0 3. 0 4. 0 5. 0 6. 0 7. 0 8. 0 9. 0 10. 0 得分 对错 学生答案 Correct (未选) B (未选) C (未选) A (未选) D (未选) A (未选) C (未选) A (未选) B (未选) A (未选) C

            1. What is the speaker's topic? A. The plan for various departments concerning the new campus. B. The competition of various departments for the new campus. C. The university's support for certain departments. D. The university's discrimination against certain departments. 2. What are the university's arrangements for the History Department? A. Both students and teachers should move to the new campus. B. Only students will move to the new campus. C. Only teachers will move to the new campus. D. Neither students nor teachers will move to the new campus. 3. What is happening to the engineers? A. They will begin to move soon. B. They are already moving and the move will be completed next year. C. They are already moving and the move will be completed next month. D. They are already moving and the move will be completed next week. 4. Which department will take over the old engineering building? A. The Agriculture Department. B. The Faculty of Law. C. The Philosophy Department.

            D. The School of Arts. 5. Which of the following is true of the Agriculture Science students? A. They will all move. B. They will not move at all. C. Part of them will move to the new campus. D. They will all move, but the labs will not. Questions 6 to 10 are based on the same passage or dialog.

            6. What is the topic of the talk? A. Going to college. B. Living in a dorm. C. Common interests of the residents. D. Common goals of the residents. 7. Which of the following is NOT true about the dorm residents? A. They have the same fears. B. They have the same interests. C. They have the same goals. D. They have the same friends. 8. What might pose a problem when people share a floor? A. That the washer might often be out of order. B. That there are only a few dryers for the damp clothes. C. That they can't possibly take a shower every day. D. That there is only one washer and dryer and only a few showers. 9. What is the key thing to learn according to the speaker? A. Patience. B. Kindness. C. Noise. D. How to make friends. 10. In which aspect is it the first step to adjust to college life in a residence hall? A. Understanding how to get along with others. B. Understanding how to earn a degree. C. Understanding how to live and face challenges on a daily basis. D. Understanding how to be on one's own. 1. 0 (未选) A 2. 0 (未选) B 3. 0 (未选) D 4. 0 (未选) C

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            1. In most American universities overseas students are required to live on campus. F 2. Dorms tend to be more expensive than apartments. F 3. Dorms have many advantages according to the passage. T 4. It is common for two students to share one room in a dorm. T 5. In most universities male and female students are not permitted to live in the same dorm. F 1. Why does Ann want to move out of her apartment? A. She does not like the present apartment. B. It is a little far from campus. C. The rent is too high. D. It is noisy. 2. Why does Ann ask Roger for help? A. Roger is kind-hearted and ready to help. B. Roger is interested in helping girl students. C. Roger has lived on campus for long and knows the housing situation around the school. D. Roger knows the chief housing officer of the apartment complex. 3. What kind of apartment is Ann looking for? A. An apartment on campus. B. An apartment she can share with one or two persons. C. An apartment that is within easy reach of the campus. D. Both B) and C). 4. How much is Ann willing to pay for the new apartment? A. Less than $500 a month, including utilities. B. A little more than $500 a month, including utilities. C. Less than $500 a month, excluding utilities. D. A little more than $500 a month, excluding utilities. 5. What will Roger do for Ann? A. He will go to an apartment complex to find a vacancy today. B. He will go to an apartment complex to find a vacancy tomorrow. C. He will go to a vacant apartment complex to find a room today. D. He will go to a vacant apartment complex to find a room tomorrow. 1. 0 (未选) B

            2. 0 (未选) C 3. 0 (未选) D 4. 0 (未选) A 5. 0 (未选) A test7 1. A. To buy anything unusual for a birthday gift. B. To buy a red scarf. C. To buy anything except a red scarf. D. She did not say clearly what to buy. 2. A. Mary liked small souvenirs. B. Their family liked small gifts. C. The small souvenirs were of good quality. D. The souvenirs were far more expensive at the tourism site. 3. A. To look at how students deal with used textbooks. B. To look at how students buy used textbooks. C. To buy used textbooks for next term. D. To find what books are sold at half price. 4. A. One person. B. Two persons. C. Three persons. D. At least four persons. (Tip: At most six persons.) 5. A. He likes to save time. B. He likes to save money like that. C. He likes to shop at three big stores. D. He likes to go to a store where the prices are the lowest. 6. A. $6. B. $8. C. $10. D. $12. 7. A. 30%. B. 40% C. 60%. D. 70%. 8. A. $160. B. $320. C. $480.

            D. $640. 9. A. The woman only buys those cost little online. B. The man often does shopping online. C. The woman buys everything online. D. The man will never buy things online. 10. A. A bunch of flowers. B. A scarf and a bunch of flowers. C. A cake made by Laurel. D. Nothing. 1. 0 2. 0 3. 0 4. 0 5. 0 6. 0 7. 0 8. 0 9. 0 10. 0 (未选) (未选) (未选) (未选) (未选) (未选) (未选) (未选) (未选) (未选) B D C D A C B D A C

            1. What is the speaker's attitude towards credit cards? A. Positive. B. Neutral. C. Negative. D. A balanced view of their advantages and disadvantages. 2. What can happen if your credit card is stolen? A. The thief is sure to return it to you. B. The card may be used to run up huge debts. C. The police always arrest the thief. D. The thief will go bankrupt. 3. How are the interest rates credit card companies charge? A. Exceptionally low. B. Fairly low. C. Fairly high. D. Unusually high. 4. How can people get $50,000 credit if they can only apply for card with a $5,000 limit? A. They can apply for ten cards, each with a $5,000 limit. B. They can pay to have $5,0000 credit for a special period. C. They can tell credit card company that they are in urgent need of $50,000. D. They can borrow the credit card they need from other card holders. 5. What solution does the speaker propose? A. The credit limit should be set according to one's actual needs.

            B. The credit limit should be set according to one's credit records. C. The credit limit should be in proportion to one's income. D. The credit limit should be in proportion to one's bank savings. Questions 6 to 10 are based on the same passage or dialog. 6. Why did the man decide not to report it when his credit card was stolen? A. Because it was no longer valid. B. Because he thought the thief was spending less than his wife did. C. Because the thief was his wife. D. Because it had officially expired. 7. Which of the following is true according to the speaker? A. Men usually spend more than women. B. Women usually spend more than men. C. Women use the credit card more often than men. D. Both men and women use the credit card very often. 8. What is the discouraging truth? A. Too many people use credit cards to buy things. B. Many people have a low credit score. C. Far too many people spend more than they could afford. D. Many people fail to pay annual fees for their credit cards. 9. Who is to blame for the more debt of the buyers? A. The credit card industry. B. Only the borrowers. C. The credit card companies and the consumers. D. The government. 10. Which of the following does NOT account for the debt? A. Irresponsibility of the buyers. B. Inflation. C. Medical emergencies. D. Bad changes in life. 小题 得分 对错 学生答案 Correct 1. 0 (未选) C 2. 0 (未选) B 3. 0 (未选) D 4. 0 (未选) A 5. 0 (未选) C 6. 0 (未选) B 7. 0 (未选) D 8. 0 (未选) C 9. 0 (未选) C 10. 0 (未选) B 1. Wal-Marts are food stores. F 2. Labor unions have a favorable opinion of Wal-Marts. F

            3. Wal-Mart does not like its employees to join a union. T 4. The immigration agents arrested Wal-Mart's night cleaning workers because they were illegal immigrants. T 5. Wal-Mart will not buy American products if they are above the normal prices. F 1. What pizza does the customer first order? A. A medium pizza with mushrooms and tomatoes. B. A large pizza with mushrooms and green peppers. C. A small pizza with tomatoes and French cheese. D. A large pizza with Italian sausage and cucumber. 2. How does the customer want his pizza served? A. It should be served as a whole. B. It should be served half-and-half. C. It should be served in four quarters. D. It should be served without cheese at all. 3. What drink does the customer order? A. Grape juice. B. Apple juice. C. Orange juice. D. Either apple or orange juice. 4. How much will the customer pay for the bread sticks? A. $1.00. B. $1.50. C. $2.00. D. Nothing. 5. Who can get free bread sticks? A. Those who order any large pizza and drink. B. Those who order a half-and-half pizza. C. Those who have a three dollar coupon. D. Those who bring a large family. 小题 得分 对错 学生答案 Correct 1. 0 (未选) B 2. 0 (未选) B 3. 0 (未选) C 4. 0 (未选) D 5. 0 (未选) A

            1. A. She has a toothache.

            B. She has a headache. C. She has a stomachache. D. She has a sore throat. 2. A. He is not studying hard nowadays. B. He is studying too hard. C. He has eaten too much. D. He oversleeps every day. 3. A. She went to see a dentist yesterday. B. Her home is close to the dentist's office. C. Normally she is afraid of seeing the dentist. D. Usually she finds the dentist very efficient. 4. A. To go to the Health Clinic to be vaccinated. B. To go to a large hospital to be vaccinated. C. To visit Southeast Asia this summer when there will be no bird flu. D. To visit Southeast Asia this summer when there will be no SARS. 5. A. The man is eating too many potato chips though he is not drinking too much coke. B. The man is drinking too much coke though he is not eating too many potatoes. C. The man is eating too many potato chips and drinking too much coke. D. The man is not interested in junk food. 6. A. Taking medicine. B. Drinking water. C. Having a good mood. D. Doing exercises. 7. A. Being in hospital. B. Getting knocked down by a stranger. C. Losing his wallet. D. Having a stomachache. 8. A. Go to have a lie down. B. Give a call to their doctor. C. Finish his breakfast. D. Give the woman a physical checkup. 9. A. Blood pressure. B. Heart. C. Blood system. D. Teeth. 10. A. The speakers want to see a romance film in the cinema.

            B. The speakers will probably stay at home. C. The woman caught a bad cold. D. The man will go to cinema himself. 小题 1. 0 2. 0 3. 0 4. 0 5. 0 6. 0 7. 0 8. 0 9. 0 10. 0 得分 对错 学生答案 Correct (未选) D (未选) B (未选) C (未选) A (未选) C (未选) A (未选) A (未选) C (未选) D (未选) B

            1. Which statement is true according to the passage? A. Large universities are more likely to provide students with medical service than smaller universities. B. Small universities are more likely to provide students with medical service than larger universities. C. Neither large nor small universities are likely to provide medical service. D. All universities provide a complete range of medical services. 2. What may happen if students need a major operation? A. They can still be treated by all universities. B. They can be treated by large universities. C. They must seek outside help because the universities can do nothing. D. They must seek outside help while the universities may help them make the arrangements. 3. What is true of smaller universities? A. They can provide in-depth medical assistance. B. They can deal with both small and major problems. C. They normally deal with only small problems like housing. D. They assist students to take care of major issues on campus. 4. If a university does not have on-campus students, _____________. A. students can still seek medical help from the university B. students cannot get medical service from the university C. students can get the university's medical help after going through certain procedures D. students can be treated only in emergency cases 5. What is the passage mainly about? A. The advantages of large universities in offering medical service. B. A comparison between large and small universities in medical service. C. Medical service offered by universities. D. The disadvantages of small universities in medical service. Questions 6 to 10 are based on the same passage or dialog. 6. What have doctors known for a long time about noise?

            A. One will become deaf when they hear a loud noise. B. Hearing damage or loss can be caused by sounds of all kinds. C. One may lose their hearing when they hear a terribly loud noise. D. Common sounds at home are not damaging to the ear. 7. What does the noise refer to according to the speaker? A. The sound of an airplane. B. Loud music. C. The sound of machines in factories. D. All of the above. 8. What can be the effect of noise on one's hearing? A. It will be a long term hearing loss or damage. B. It will be a hearing loss or damage for a lifetime. C. It will be short term hearing loss or damage. D. It will be a slightly little hearing loss. 9. What understanding can you draw about aspirin? A. Less than four grams should be taken every day. B. It can damage one's hearing when more than four grams is given. C. It will make noise-related hearing damage even worse. D. It reduces hearing loss. 10. Why are millions of Americans in danger of suffering hearing loss? A. Because they often take airplanes when they travel. B. Because they like listening to loud music. C. Because they are drowned in loud noises at home as well as at work. D. Because they take too much aspirin. 1. 0 2. 0 3. 0 4. 0 5. 0 6. 0 7. 0 8. 0 9. 0 10. 0 (未选) (未选) (未选) (未选) (未选) (未选) (未选) (未选) (未选) (未选) A D C B C B D C C D

            1. Blood pressure returns to normal eight hours after smoking the last cigarette. F 2. If you give up smoking, the chance of heart attack decreases. T 3. The American Cancer Society recommends one way of stopping smoking in particular. F 4. Long walks may help cut smoking. T 5. The passage is mainly about the advantage of stopping smoking and the methods.

            T 1. What was the patient's purpose in coming to Dr. Hyde? A. He came for an X-ray. B. He came to have his teeth examined and cleaned. C. He came to have one of his teeth filled. D. He came to have one of his teeth crowned. 2. According to the dialog, what is the patient's problem? A. There is a hole in one of his teeth. B. One of his teeth is broken. C. One of his teeth has loosened. D. His teeth are dirty. 3. What does the patient feel about his bad tooth? A. He does not feel any pain yet. B. The bad tooth hurts when he drinks something warm. C. The bad tooth hurts when he drinks something cold. D. The bad tooth produces a continuous sharp pain. 4. How many possible ways of treating the bad tooth has the dentist mentioned? A. One. B. Two. C. Three. D. Four. 5. What does "local anesthesia" probably mean? A. A drug in the filling. B. Something that helps to keep the crown in position. C. Something that treats the decay. D. Something that dulls the pain. 小题 得分 对错 学生答案 Correct 1. 0 (未选) B 2. 0 (未选) A 3. 0 (未选) C 4. 0 (未选) C 5. 0 (未选) D 1. A. Something light. B. Something rich. C. Only soup. D. Nothing but a salad. 2. A. Thai food is hot. B. Both the first woman speaker and Bob love Thai food. C. Both the second woman speaker and John enjoy spicy food. D. All of the above. 3.

            A. How to boil coffee for guests. B. How to bake apple pies. C. The bakery that sells apple pies. D. Whether she can come to the party. 4. A. To buy some salad. B. To buy lettuce only. C. To buy some vegetables for a salad. D. None of the above. 5. A. Mexican. B. Italian. C. Vietnamese. D. Chinese. 6. A. A chicken hamburger and a large coke. B. A chicken hamburger only. C. Fish, rice and coke. D. Fish and rice. 7. A. Fried chicken. B. Yogurt. C. Crisps. D. Ice cream. 8. A. The man knows well how to make dumplings. B. The woman wants to make dumplings for Jane. C. The man suggests the woman ask Jane. D. The woman is from Chinese. 9. A. The woman likes food with light flavor. B. Mexican food has a light taste. C. The woman likes spicy food very much. D. The man can cook Mexican food. 10. A. The man went to Jenny's party yesterday. B. The woman expected to eat various foods before going to Jenny's party. C. The woman enjoyed the foods at Jenny's party very much. D. The man is inviting the woman to have dinner together. 小题 得分 对错 学生答案 Correct 1. 0 (未选) A 2. 0 (未选) D 3. 0 (未选) B 4. 0 (未选) C

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            1. Which four countries are mentioned as growing most of the world's GM crops? A. The United States, Mexico, Canada and China. B. The United States, Argentina, Canada and China. C. The United States, Germany, Canada and China. D. The United States, Argentina, Canada and Japan. 2. What advantages of GM food are mentioned in the passage? A. Improving the quality of the food and the environment. B. Solving the hunger problem and protecting the environment. C. Reducing poverty and promoting health. D. Increasing production and improving health. 3. Which of the following are mentioned in the passage as problems with GM food? A. Environmental safety and consumer choice. B. Labeling and international security. C. Ethics and world peace. D. Food security and cancer growth. 4. What is the speaker's attitude towards GM food? A. Positive. B. Negative. C. Objective. D. Most enthusiastic. 5. What is the passage mainly concerned with? A. The advantages of GM food. B. The disadvantages of GM food. C. The great advantages and small problems of GM food. D. The pros and cons of GM food. Questions 6 to 10 are based on the same passage or dialog. 6. When did the "fast food culture" begin to take root in America? A. In the last decade of the nineteenth century. B. Early in the twentieth century. C. In the latter part of the nineteenth century. D. In the final decades of the twentieth century. 7. What was the percentage of the US population that ate at the McDonald's in 1996? A. Thirty percent. B. Five percent. C. Seven percent. D. Eleven percent. 8. How many overseas restaurants did McDonald's own in 1996?

            A. 7,000. B. 11,400. C. 3,000. D. 1,482. 9. According to the talk, which of the following countries is NOT mentioned in the world invasion of McDonald's? A. China. B. South Korea. C. France. D. Japan. 10. By _________ fast food in America had become an international cultural phenomenon. A. 1994 B. 1995 C. 1996 D. 1997 Part 5 Short passages and multiple choice questions (每小题: 1 分; 满分:10 分) (In the case of True/False type of questions, A stands for True and B for False, or A for Y, B for N and C for NG.) 小题 1. 0 2. 0 3. 0 4. 0 5. 0 6. 0 7. 0 8. 0 9. 0 10. 0 得分 对错 学生答案 Correct (未选) B (未选) B (未选) A (未选) C (未选) D (未选) D (未选) C (未选) A (未选) B (未选) C

            1. Take-out, carry-out, and take-away refer to the same kind of food. T 2. Take-out can never be eaten in a restaurant. F 3. Both fast food and take-away food are of inferior quality. F 4. Take-away food is available only in the United States and Britain. F 5. It is possible for a restaurant to deliver take-out to a customer's home. T

            1. What is the main course the woman has ordered? A. Beef steak.

            B. Chicken fried steak. C. Fried Fish. D. Fried potatoes. 2. How many kinds of food can the customer choose from to go with the main course? A. One. B. Two. C. Three. D. Fours. 3. What drink has the woman finally chosen? A. A small Sprite. B. A medium Sprite. C. A large Sprite. D. An extra large Sprite. 4. How many kinds of salad dressings are mentioned? A. Two. B. Three. C. Four. D. Five. 5. Why can't the woman get a pie? A. She does not like the pies on the menu. B. The restaurant does not serve pies on Monday. C. The restaurant does not make pies at all. D. The baker is ill. 小题 得分 对错 学生答案 Correct 1. 0 (未选) B 2. 0 (未选) C 3. 0 (未选) A 4. 0 (未选) B 5. 0 (未选) D test4 1. A. She believes it's going to rain. B. She says she has a nice feeling. C. She says she feels good in spite of the dark sky. D. She does not think it's going to rain. 2. A. The beautiful landscape at the scenic site. B. The fine weather at the scenic spot. C. The changeable weather at the tourism site. D. The changeable weather on their way to the tourism site. 3. A. It is wonderful. B. It is not too bad. C. It is terrible.

            D. It is sometimes terrible and sometimes wonderful. 4. A. They both believe the temperature is consistent. B. They both think the temperature is highly changeable. C. The woman believes it is like winter. D. The man believes it is like summer. 5. A. It is staying under the porch to avoid the strong sunlight. B. It is staying under the porch to avoid the rain. C. It is smart enough to find a cool place. D. It is smart enough to stay in the shade. 6. A. 6697-82132. B. 6697-81223. C. 6967-82132. D. 6967-81223. 7. A. He tells the woman not to count him in. B. He tells the woman to bring some chicken for picnic. C. He thinks the weather report may not be correct. D. He thinks the weatherman is trustworthy. 8. A. Mike never saw snow in his hometown before. B. Alice never saw snow in her hometown before. C. Mike's hometown has lots of snow. D. Alice's hometown has lots of snow. 9. A. The speakers are at the beach. B. The man enjoys the sunset very much. C. The woman doesn't trust the man. D. It is going to rain the following week. 10. A. Tomorrow is a fine day. B. Tomorrow is cloudy. C. It will be pretty cold tomorrow morning. D. People should dress fewer clothes tomorrow night. 小题 得分 对错 学生答案 Correct 1. 0 (未选) D 2. 0 (未选) C 3. 0 (未选) A 4. 0 (未选) B 5. 0 (未选) B 6. 0 (未选) A 7. 0 (未选) C

            8. 0 (未选) B 9. 0 (未选) D 10. 0 (未选) A 1. What is true of people's opinions of the relationship between mental energies and seasons? A. They all think mental energies are influenced by seasons. B. They all think mental energies are unlikely to be affected by seasons. C. They have different opinions. D. Their opinions change with the seasons. 2. What have scientists discovered? A. The colder the weather is, the more creative people are. B. Hot weather is favorable for creative thinking. C. Cool weather is favorable for creative thinking. D. Changes in temperature help creative thinking. 3. According to the passage, why are people sharper in spring? A. They have more and better sleep. B. They have more nutritious food. C. Their mental abilities are affected by the fact that summer is not far away. D. Their mental abilities are affected by factors that cause changes in nature. 4. According to the passage, which of the following is true? A. Autumn is better than winter for creative thinking. B. Winter is better than autumn for creative thinking. C. Summer is too hot for a vacation. D. All people become less intelligent in summer. 5. What is the main idea of the passage? A. Spring is the best season for creative thinking. B. One should make full use of spring to do research. C. All three seasons are good except summer. D. Seasonal changes affect people's mental abilities. Questions 6 to 10 are based on the same passage or dialog. 6. Where do the dust clouds come from? A. From southern Africa. B. From northern Africa. C. From mid-Africa. D. From the Middle East. 7. Why are the dust clouds likely to be a threat to the health of the Americans? A. Because the dust clouds hinder their mobility. B. Because the dust contains many small dangerous organisms. C. Because the dust contains many small dangerous chemicals. D. Because the dust clouds often drive them mad. 8. According to the speaker, the winds transport the dust to the following places EXCEPT _________ . A. North America B. Central America

            C. South America D. the Caribbean 9. Where does most of the dust that reaches the US settle? A. In Sahara. B. In Arizona. C. In Arkansas. D. In Florida. 10. According to the speaker, which of the following is related to the dust storms? A. Allergies. B. Heart problems. C. The red skin. D. Air pollution. 小题 1. 0 2. 0 3. 0 4. 0 5. 0 6. 0 7. 0 8. 0 9. 0 10. 0 得分 对错 学生答案 Correct (未选) C (未选) C (未选) D (未选) A (未选) D (未选) B (未选) B (未选) C (未选) D (未选) A

            1. Hopkins often predicted the weather to be terrible. F 2. Hopkins was laughed at because his predictions were inaccurate. T 3. Only about one seventh of his predictions were correct. F 4. After he moved to another part of the country, he decided to change his job. F 5. "The climate didn't agree with me" means both "The climate there was not suitable for me" and "I could not forecast the weather there well". T 1. What would Anthony like to do today? A. He would like to attend classes. B. He would like to play football. C. He wants to watch a football game. D. He wants to study physics. 2. What day is today? A. Thursday. B. Friday.

            C. Saturday. D. None of the above. 3. What does "cross our fingers for" probably mean? A. "Cross swords with." B. "Sit idly with our fingers crossed." C. "Wish for good luck." D. "Believe there will be bad luck." 4. What does Anthony want to do if the weather is going to be bad? A. He wants to play football today. B. He wants to play football tomorrow. C. He wants to play football the day after tomorrow. D. He wants to call off the football game. 5. Why does Ann want to attend the classes? A. The weather is bad today anyway. B. The weather will be fine tomorrow. C. Physics is interesting to him. D. The Physics class is very important. 小题 1. 0 2. 0 3. 0 4. 0 5. 0 test3 得分 对错 学生答案 Correct (未选) B (未选) B (未选) C (未选) A (未选) D

            1. A. Having a dinner party for mom's birthday. B. Having a dinner party for mom on Mother's Day. C. Reserving a seat at a concert for mom. D. Reserving a seat at a theater for mom. 2. A. They will probably go to his work place to give him a birthday present. B. They will probably go to his work place to have a party for him there. C. They will probably ask him to stop work early and go shopping with them. D. They will probably ask him to go home early for a surprise party. 3. A. She will shake hands with him. B. She will join hands with him to go through all the difficulties in life. C. She will help the man with his assignments. D. She will assign him some more work to do. 4. A. She believes the man looks like a drowned rat. B. She believes the man looks like a chicken in soup. C. She hopes the man will not run like mad.

            D. She will give the man a ride to avoid the rain. 5. A. To watch a football game tonight. B. To wait for a friend. C. Because he loves to be at home. D. Because he hates football games. 6. A. 6:10. B. 6:20. C. 6:30. D. 6:40. 7. A. Going hiking with the man. B. Writing the paper. C. Getting some sleep. D. Doing a part-time job. 8. A. He did a great job in the exam. B. He worked hard but didn't pass the exam. C. He is happy to get a high grade in the exam. D. He was ahead of his classmates in the exam. 9. A. She hopes the man help her out. B. She thanks the man for his help. C. She believes the man is a true friend. D. She thinks he who is ready to help is a true friend. 10. A. The woman is going to write an e-mail to Sarah. B. The woman will give Sarah the present in person. C. The woman posted the present to Sarah several days before. D. The woman is not sure what to give Sarah as birthday present. 1. 0 2. 0 3. 0 4. 0 5. 0 6. 0 7. 0 8. 0 9. 0 10. 0 (未选) (未选) (未选) (未选) (未选) (未选) (未选) (未选) (未选) (未选) B A C D B C C B D D

            1. Which of the following is true according to the passage?

            A. People wish for everlasting friendships. B. People expect only short-term friendships, for society is complicated. C. People believe lifelong friendships to be impossible. D. True friends give you whatever they can. 2. What is the first misunderstanding about friendship mentioned in the passage? A. You want your friends to be near at hand. B. You need your independence. C. A friend should never ask to stay overnight at your home. D. A friend can ask for any favor from you. 3. What is the second misunderstanding mentioned in the passage? A. You can ask for help from your friend only under certain circumstances. B. Your friend should not say "no" to you too often. C. You can always ask for help from your friends. D. You should not ask for too much from your friends. 4. What is the most important factor in friendship according to the speaker? A. Friends should give each other suitable help. B. Friends should give each other as much help as possible. C. Friends should understand each other. D. Friends should keep each other at arm's length. 5. What is the main idea of the passage? A. True friendships should last forever. B. Friends often misunderstand each other, and they need to know and respect each other. C. Friends often misunderstand each other, and friendships cannot last long. D. Only by helping each other under all circumstances can friends develop lifelong friendships. Questions 6 to 10 are based on the same passage or dialog. 6. What was John's friend like? A. He loved money very much. B. He loved his friends very much. C. He was free with money. D. He was dishonest. 7. What happened to him one day? A. He slipped and broke his leg. B. He fell into the river. C. He was pushed into the river. D. He was drowned. 8. How many friends tried to help him according to the talk? A. Two. B. Four. C. One. D. Three. 9. What did the rich man do when his friends asked him to give his hand? A. He gave his hand. B. He did not give his hand. C. He kept his head under the water.

            D. He did not hear them. 10. Why did John manage to pull him out of the water? A. Because John jumped into the water. B. Because John was his best friend. C. Because John was strong enough to pull him. D. Because John said something different than the others. Part 5 Short passages and multiple choice questions (每小题: 1 分; 满分:10 分) (In the case of True/False type of questions, A stands for True and B for False, or A for Y, B for N and C for NG.) 小题 1. 0 2. 0 3. 0 4. 0 5. 0 6. 0 7. 0 8. 0 9. 0 10. 0 得分 对错 学生答案 Correct (未选) A (未选) D (未选) C (未选) C (未选) B (未选) A (未选) B (未选) D (未选) B (未选) D

            1. Opinions on Internet friendships are divided. T 2. On the Internet it is easy to get to know a person's real emotions. F 3. It is highly likely that people lie online. T 4. On the Net, people tend to talk naturally. T 5. Online friendships are superior to "Pen-pal relationships". F 1. Who is the man that comes to see Diane? A. David. B. A friend of David's. C. Peter. D. Gary. 2. When did the man and the woman meet for the first time? A. At school. B. At a party. C. At a meeting. D. At a supermarket. 3. How did the man get to know Diane's address? A. He learned it from Gary.

            B. He learned it from David. C. He asked Diane about it. D. He followed Diane home. 4. What did the man suggest to Diane? A. Going to Gary's party together on Thursday evening. B. Going to Gary's party together on Friday evening. C. Going to a movie together on Friday night. D. Going to a movie together on Thursday night. 5. Why can't Diane go out that night? A. She does not like the man. B. She has dated another man. C. She has to work. D. She wants to talk to the boss to quit her job. 小题 得分 对错 学生答案 Correct 1. 0 (未选) C 2. 0 (未选) B 3. 0 (未选) A 4. 0 (未选) D 5. 0 (未选) C test2 1. A. 8:30 in the morning. B. 8:30 in the evening. C. Well before 8:30 in the evening. D. Long after 8:30 in the morning. 2. A. Exactly $3.00 a tin. B. Slightly more than $3.00 a tin. C. Slightly less than $3.00 a tin. D. A lot more than $3.00 a tin. 3. A. Iginla. B. Calgary. C. The Flames. D. The Williams Sisters. 4. A. It's good though there will be a lot of noise. B. It's good though there will be too much smoke. C. It's terrible. D. It's wonderful. 5. A. She will drive the man to the golf court. B. She will outperform the man. C. The new gold driving range belongs to her club.

            D. Her golf clubs are not very expensive. 6. A. 10 minutes. B. 20 minutes. C. 40 minutes. D. 50 minutes. 7. A. 4. B. 5. C. 8. D. 12. 8. A. Tennis. B. Ping pang. C. Basketball. D. Football. 9. A. $210. B. $250. C. $350. D. $380. 10. A. Every two years in winters, B. Every two years in summers. C. Every four years in summers. D. Every six years in winters. 小题 得分 对错 学生答案 Correct 1. 0 (未选) B 2. 0 (未选) A 3. 0 (未选) D 4. 0 (未选) C 5. 0 (未选) B 6. 0 (未选) C 7. 0 (未选) D 8. 0 (未选) C 9. 0 (未选) A 10. 0 (未选) C 1. How many names for football are mentioned in the passage? A. One. B. Two. C. Three. D. Four. 2. In how many countries is football played? A. More than 100.

            B. Nearly 200. C. More than 200. D. 250. 3. According to the speaker, why is football so popular? A. Because its rules are simple. B. Because its rules are strict. C. Because its equipment looks attractive. D. Because it is exciting. 4. How many continents did the speaker mention to show the popularity of football? A. Two. B. Three. C. Four. D. Five. 5. According to the speaker, at what level is football important? A. At the individual level. B. At the local level. C. At the national level. D. All of the above. Questions 6 to 10 are based on the same passage or dialog. 6. What did Alan play a lot when he was young? A. Baseball. B. Volleyball. C. Football. D. Handball. 7. Why did he stop playing? A. Because he had to work. B. Because there was no team for him in the town. C. Because he was not good enough at it. D. Because he got bored with it. 8. When did he decide to play tennis? A. When he met a nice girl. B. When he met a tennis coach. C. When he began to get rather fat. D. When he moved to another town. 9. Why did Alan say he had never played as badly as this before? A. Because he had really played very well before. B. Because he was angry with himself. C. Because the girl was angry with him. D. Because he did not want to lose face before the girl. 10. What did the girl think of Alan? A. He was honest. B. He was a good player. C. He was very sensitive. D. He had never played tennis before.

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            得分 对错 学生答案 Correct (未选) B (未选) C (未选) A (未选) B (未选) D (未选) C (未选) B (未选) C (未选) D (未选) D

            1. After sitting a long time at work, many Americans like to participate in sports. T 2. Individual sports are more popular than team sports. F 3. Most major league sports enroll their players from companies and universities. F 4. Baseball is one of the most popular sports. T 5. The government administers the professional teams. F 1. What do Jim and Susan think about the football game? A. They both think the visiting team is going to win. B. They both believe the local team will win. C. Jim thinks the local team has some chance to win. D. Susan thinks the local team has a chance of winning. 2. Why does Jim believe that the visiting team is likely to win? A. It has many famous stars. B. Its goalkeeper is excellent. C. All its members are the best players in Europe. D. All of the above. 3. Seeing that Susan has confidence in the local team, what does Jim propose? A. Some pizza. B. Some money. C. A bet. D. A drink. 4. Why does Jim say "I can taste it now"? A. He is very hungry now. B. He thinks his team is going to win.

            C. He believes that it's going to be a tie. D. He believes his team is going to lose. 5. What was the final result? A. A 1-1 tie. B. The visiting team wins 1-0. C. The visiting team wins 2-0. D. The local team wins 2-0. Part 7 Long dialogs and multiple choice questions (每小题: 1 分; 满分:5 分) (In the case of True/False type of questions, A stands for True and B for False, or A for Y, B for N and C for NG.) 小题 得分 对错 学生答案 Correct 1. 0 (未选) D 2. 0 (未选) A 3. 0 (未选) C 4. 0 (未选) B 5. 0 (未选) B Subtotal: 0 Total: 0 正确率: 0% => 就此结束考试,返回我的课程 :Test1 试卷编号:Test1 试卷满分:65 姓名:苏旭东 学号:31 班级: 登录:2014-11-06 16:31:02 交卷:2014-12-04 16:17:57 上机地址:10.4.9.204 图例: Right Wrong To be marked by instructor Click ONCE on the speaker icon to start listening! 放音结束前请不要离开本页。否则就听不成啦! Part 1 Short dialogs and multiple choice questions (每小题:1 分) Directions: Listen to the following recording, and then choose the correct answers to the questions you hear. You will hear the recording twice. After the first playing, there will be time for you to choose the correct answers. Use the second playing to check your answers.

            1. A. Jill McDonald. B. Joe Brown. C. Brown MacDonald.

            D. David MacDonald.

            2. A. Frederiks. B. Fredericks. C. Joel. D. Joe.

            3. A. Kirstie. B. Kirste. C. Winters D. Winter

            4. A. Fraser. B. Frase. C. Josh. D. Cameron.

            5. A. Jane. B. Doe. C. John D. It is not mentioned in the dialog.

            6. A. Betty. B. Betsy. C. Adams. D. Ada.

            7. A. Beckham. B. Berkgam. C. Bergcamp. D. Bergkamp.

            8. A. Tobey Scott. B. Tony Scott. C. Tobey Hayden. D. Tony Hayden.

            9. A. Evone. B. Yvone. C. Evonne. D. Yvonne.

            10. A. Lee. B. Raymond. C. Allan. D. Not mentioned. Part 1 Short dialogs and multiple choice questions (每小题: 1 分; 满分:10 分) (In the case of True/False type of questions, A stands for True and B for False, or A for Y, B for N and C for NG.) 小题 得分 对错 学生答案 Correct 1. 0 C A 2. 0 A B 3. 0 B C 4. 0 C D 5. 0 C D 6. 0 C B 7. 0 C D 8. 1 C C 9. 0 B D 10. 1 B B Subtotal: 2

            Click ONCE on the speaker icon to start listening! 放音结束前请不要离开本页。否则就听不成啦! Part 2 Short dialogs and blank filling (每小题:1 分) Directions: Listen to the following recording, and then fill in the blanks with the missing words. You will hear the recording twice. After the first playing, there will be time to write the missing words. Use the second playing to check your answers. Questions 1 to 6 are based on the same passage or dialog. M: Hi, I saw you in the registration office (1). My name is Peter. W: It's nice to (2) you, Peter. My name is Katherine. M: Nice to see you, Katherine. What's your (3)? W: Physics. What (4) you? M: I cannot believe it! I major (5) physics too. W: So, we're going to be in the same (6).

            Questions 7 to 12 are based on the same passage or dialog. W: Hello, John. How do you like your college life? Is everything (7)? M: It couldn't be (8). W: Oh, really? Tell me something about it. M: Well. It really makes me excited to (9) so many friends here. W: So you must have made lots of good friends. Then (10) your study? M: I love my (11)! It's quite interesting and the professors are all great. (12) you? W: I'm just fine. Part 2 Short dialogs and blank filling (每小题: 1 分; 满分:12 分) 小题 得分 对错 学生答案 Correct 1. 0 (未答) the other day 2. 1 meet meet 3. 1 major major 4. 1 about about 5. 0 by in 6. 0 class department 7. 0 allright all right 8. 0 interest better 9. 0 (未答) meet 10. 0 (未答) how's 11. 1 major major 12. 1 What about What about Subtotal: 5 Click ONCE on the speaker icon to start listening!

            放音结束前请不要离开本页。否则就听不成啦! Part 3 Short passages/dialogs and blank filling (每小题:1 分) Directions: Listen to the following recording, and then answer the questions by filling in the blanks. You will hear the recording twice. After the first playing, there will be time to write the missing words. Use the second playing to check your answers. Questions 1 to 11 are based on the same passage or dialog. >> When a Mexican walks into a group of people eating, what would that person say? That person would say " (1) your (2)".

            >> How do Russian women often walk with their female friends? They often walk with them (3).

            >> How do men from the Middle East greet each other? They often shake (4) with a slight nod or (5) and then exchange (6) on both (7).

            >> When can you shake hands with a Middle Eastern woman? When she (8) out her (9).

            >> What benefit can you gain from paying attention to customs and cultural differences? You will have a better (10) of being (11). Part 3 Short passages/dialogs and blank filling (每小题: 1 分; 满分:11 分) 小题 得分 对错 学生答案 Correct 1. 0 (未答) enjoy 2. 0 (未答) meal 3. 0 (未答) arm in arm 4. 0 (未答) hands 5. 0 (未答) bow 6. 0 (未答) kisses 7. 0 (未答) cheeks 8. 0 (未答) holds 9. 0 (未答) hand 10. 0 (未答) chance 11. 0 (未答) accepted Subtotal: 0 Click ONCE on the speaker icon to start listening! 放音结束前请不要离开本页。否则就听不成啦!

            Part 4 Short passages/dialogs and cloze (每小题:1 分) Directions: Listen to the following recording, and then fill in the blanks. You will hear the recording twice. After the first playing, there will be time to write the missing words. Use the second playing to check your answers. Questions 1 to 12 are based on the same passage or dialog. Asian people (1) in greeting, but their bows are (2). People from Cambodia and Laos may bow with both (3) together in front of the (4). In Japan, the (5) of the bow shows the (6) of respect for the other person. Koreans (7) bowing; if they shake hands, the (8) hand is supported by the (9) hand to show (10). Thais bow with (11) together about chest-high. But the Chinese usually only (12) their heads. Part 4 Short passages/dialogs and cloze 小题 得分 对错 学生答案 Correct 1. 0 (未答) bow 2. 0 (未答) different 3. 0 (未答) hands 4. 0 (未答) chest 5. 0 (未答) depth 6. 0 (未答) degree 7. 0 (未答) like 8. 1 right right (每小题: 1 分; 满分:12 分)

            9. 0 (未答) left 10. 0 (未答) respect 11. 0 (未答) palms 12. 0 (未答) nod Subtotal: 1 Click ONCE on the speaker icon to start listening! 放音结束前请不要离开本页。否则就听不成啦! Part 5 Short passages and multiple choice questions (每小题:1 分) Directions: Listen to the following recording, and then choose the correct answers to the questions. You will hear the recording twice. After the first playing, there will be time for you to choose the correct answers. Use the second playing to check your answers. Questions 1 to 5 are based on the same passage or dialog.

            1. Which of the following is true of the speaker's university life? A. The university is responsible for his life. B. His parents continue to be responsible for his life. C. He can make his own decisions.

            D. He and his classmates make decisions together. 2. What was the speaker looking for his first day? A. An upperclassman he knew. B. The library. C. His classroom. D. His dorm. 3. Why does the speaker feel comfortable in the dorm? A. There are many friendly people around. B. The dorm is new. C. The dorm is conveniently located. D. The service there is good. 4. What can we infer about the speaker? A. He is interested in the studies at the university. B. He likes a leisurely life. C. He prefers high school life to university life. D. With a high sense of responsibility, he wants to choose the courses he likes. 5. What are the three favorable factors about the speaker's university life? A. Being on his own, studying with upperclassmen, and having four working days a week. B. Being on his own, being with friendly people, and having four working days a week. C. Having a sense of responsibility, being with friendly people, and having Fridays off. D. Having a sense of responsibility, living in a new dorm, and having Fridays off. Questions 6 to 10 are based on the same passage or dialog.

            6. Why do people go to school? A. To learn some subjects. B. To learn some skills. C. To get an education. D. To make a living. 7. According to the speaker, what is the most important thing a teacher should do? A. Teach his students everything he knows. B. Know everything. C. Teach the students how to think. D. Teach the students how to study by themselves. 8. What should a student do in order to work out a math problem? A. Learn the formula by heart. B. Learn the facts.

            C. Check with the teacher. D. Know how to use the formula. 9. Why were many scientists so successful? A. They had received higher education. B. They were very clever. C. They knew how to learn. D. They had learned a lot of formulas. 10. How did great scientists study? A. They read a lot of books and asked many questions while reading. B. They did thousands of experiments. C. They always worked hard and never wasted time. D. All of the above. Part 5 Short passages and multiple choice questions (每小题: 1 分; 满分:10 分) (In the case of True/False type of questions, A stands for True and B for False, or A for Y, B for N and C for NG.) 小题 得分 对错 学生答案 Correct 1. 0 B C 2. 0 A D 3. 0 C A 4. 1 B B 5. 0 C B 6. 0 D C 7. 0 A D 8. 0 A D 9. 0 A C 10. 0 A D Subtotal: 1 Click ONCE on the speaker icon to start listening! 放音结束前请不要离开本页。否则就听不成啦! Part 6 Short passages and True/False questions (每小题:1 分) Directions: Listen to the following recording, and then mark the statements T (true) or F (false). You will hear the recording twice. After the first playing, there will be time for you to write the correct answers. Use the second playing to check your answers. Questions 1 to 5 are based on the same passage or dialog.

            1. Mexicans tend to be warmer than Americans. T F

            2. After the American lady who came back from Mexico and hugged her colleagues, they were excited to see her back. T F 3. Europeans are as cold as Americans, according to the speaker. T F 4. At first the young American manager wanted to talk about business immediately. T F 5. The young American manager refuses to talk about personal problems all the time. T F Part 6 Short passages and True/False questions (每小题: 1 分; 满分:5 分) (In the case of True/False type of questions, A stands for True and B for False, or A for Y, B for N and C for NG.) 小题 得分 对错 学生答案 Suggested 1. 1 A A 2. 0 A B 3. 0 A B 4. 1 A A 5. 0 A B Subtotal: 2 Click ONCE on the speaker icon to start listening! 放音结束前请不要离开本页。否则就听不成啦! Part 7 Long dialogs and multiple choice questions (每小题:1 分) Directions: Listen to the following recording, and then choose the correct answers to the questions. You will hear the recording twice. After the first playing, there will be time for you to choose the correct answers. Use the second playing to check your answers. Questions 1 to 5 are based on the same passage or dialog.

            1. What is the man's name? A. Bob. B. Tracy. C. Ned. D. Ben. 2. What is the woman's name?

            A. Helen. B. Tracy. C. Ned. D. Susan. 3. Where does the man work? A. He works at a hospital. B. He works at a school. C. He works at a company. D. He works at a factory. 4. Where does the woman probably work? A. She probably works in a hospital. B. She probably works in a nursery. C. She probably works in a tourism company. D. She probably works in a bus company. 5. Why does the man say "That's really great"? A. He wants to be a nurse in future. B. He is a doctor and wants to marry a nurse. C. He does not know a nurse. D. A nurse once saved his life. Part 7 Long dialogs and multiple choice questions (每小题: 1 分; 满分:5 分) (In the case of True/False type of questions, A stands for True and B for False, or A for Y, B for N and C for NG.) 小题 得分 对错 学生答案 Correct 1. 0 B D 2. 1 B B 3. 0 D C 4. 1 A A 5. 0 A C Subtotal: 2 Total: 13 正确率: 20% => 就此结束考试,返回我的课程


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