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11. A) The man might be able to play in the World Cup.

B) The man’s football career seems to be at an end.

C) The man was operated on a few weeks ago.

D) The man is a fan of world-famous football players.

12. A) Work out a plan to tighten his budget

B) Find out the opening hours of the cafeteria.

C) Apply for a senior position in the restaurant.

D) Solve his problem by doing a part-time job.

13. A) A financial burden. C) A realnuisance.

B) A good companion D) A well-trained pet.

14. A) The errors will be corrected soon. C) Thecomputing system is too complex.

B) The woman was mistaken herself. D) He has calledthe woman several times.

15. A) He needs help to retrieve his files. C) He needssome time to polish his paper.

B) He has to type his paper once more. D) He will beaway for a two-week conference.

16. A) They might have to change their plan.

B) He has got everything set for their trip.

C) He has a heavier workload than the woman.

D) They could stay in the mountains until June 8.

17. A) They have wait a month to apply for a student loan.

B) They can find the application forms in the brochure.

C) They are not eligible for a student loan.

D) They are not late for a loan application.

18. A) New laws are yet to be made to reduce pollutantrelease.

B) Pollution has attracted little attention from the public.

C) The quality of air will surely change for the better.

D) It’ll take years to bring air pollution under control.

Questions 19 to 22 are based on the conversation you havejust heard.

19. A) Enormous size of its stores. C) Itsappealing surroundings.

B) Numerous varieties of food. D) Its rich andcolorful history.

20. A) An ancient building. C) An Egyptianmuseum.

B) A world of antiques. D) An EgyptianMemorial.

21. A) Its power bill reaches $9 million a year.

B) It sells thousands of light bulbs a day.

C) It supplies power to a nearby town.

D) It generates 70% of the electricity it uses.

22. A) 11,500 C) 250,000

B) 30,000 D) 300,000

Questions 23 to 25 are based on the conversation you havejust heard.

23. A) Transferring to another department. C) Thinkingabout doing a different job.

B) Studying accounting at a university D) Makingpreparation for her wedding.

24. A) She has finally got a promotion and a pay raise.

B) She has got a satisfactory job in another company.

C) She could at last leave the accounting department.

D) She managed to keep her position in the company.

25. A) He and Andrea have proved to be a perfect match.

B) He changed his mind about marriage unexpectedly.

C) He declared that he would remain single all his life.

D) He would marry Andrea even without meeting her.

26.A) They are motorcycles designated for water sports.

B) They are speedy boats restricted in narrow waterways.

C) They are becoming an efficient form of watertransportation.

D) They are getting more popular as a means or waterrecreation.

27.A) Waterscooter operators’ lack of experience.

B) Vacationers’ disregard of water safety rules.

C) Overloading of small boats and other craft.

D) Carelessness of people boating along the shore.


1. A) It will reduce government revenues.

B) It will stimulate business activities.

C) It will mainly benefit the wealthy.

D) It will cut the stockholders’ dividends.

2. A) She will do her best if the job is worth doing.

B) She prefers a life of continued exploration.

C) She will stick to the job if the pay is good.

D) She doesn’t think much of job-hopping.

3. A) Stop thinking about the matter.

B) Talk the drug user out of the habit.

C) Be more friendly to his schoolmate.

D) Keep his distance from drug addicts.

4. A) The son.

B) The father.

C) The mother.

D) Aunt Louise.

5. A) Stay away for a couple of weeks.

B) Check the locks every two weeks.

C) Look after the Johnsons’ house.

D) Move to another place.

6. A) He would like to warm up for the game.

B) He didn’t want to be held up in traffic.

C) He didn’t want to miss the game.

D) He wanted to catch as many game birds as possible.

7. A) It was burned down.

B) It was robbed.

C) It was blown up.

D) It was closed down.

8. A) She isn’t going to change her major.

B) She plans to major in tax law.

C) She studies in the same school as her brother.

D) She isn’t going to work in her brother’s firm.

9. A) The man should phone the hotel for directions.

B) The man can ask the department store for help.

C) She doesn’t have the hotel’s phone number.

D) The hotel is just around the corner.

10. A) She doesn’t expect to finish all her work in thirty minutes.

B) She has to do a lot of things within a short time.

C) She has been overworking for a long time.

D) She doesn’t know why there are so many things to do.

Section B Compound Dictation

注意: 听力理解的B节(Section B)为复合式听写(Compound Dictation),题目在试卷二上,现在请取出试卷二。

Certain phrases one commonly hears among Americans capture their devotion to individualism: “Do you own thing.” “I did it my way.” “You’ll have to decided that for yourself.” “You made your bed, now (S1) ________ in it.” “if you don’t look out for yourself, no one else will.” “Look out for number one.”

Closely (S2) ________ with the value they place on individualism is the importance Americans (S3) ________ to privacy. Americans assume that people need some time to themselves or some time alone to think about things or recover their (S4) ________ psychological energy. Americans have great (S5) ________ understanding foreigners who always want to be with another person who dislike being alone.

If the parents can (S6) ________ it, each child will have his or her own bedroom, even as an (S7) ________, fixes in a person the notion that (S8) ________. Having one’s own bedroom, her books, her books and so on. These things will be hers and no one else’s.

Americans assumer that (S9) ________. Doctors, lawyers, psychologists, and others have rules governing confidentiality that are intended to prevent information about their clients’ personal situations form becoming known to others.

American’s attitude about privacy can be hard for foreigners to understand. (10) ________. When those boundaries are crossed, an American’s body will visibly stiffen and his manner will become cool and aloof.


S1. lie

S2. associated

S3. assign

S4. spent

S5. difficulty

S6. afford

S7. infant

S8. she is entitled to a place of her own where she can be by herself, and keep her possessions

S9. people will have their private thoughts that might never be shared with anyone S10. American’s houses, yards and even offices can seem open and inviting. Yet in the minds of Americans, there are boundaries that other people are simply not supposed to cross.


Part III Listening Comprehension

Section A

Directions: In this section, you will hear 8 short conversations and 2 long conversations. At the end of each conversation, one or more questions will be asked about what was said. Both the conversation and the questions will be spoken only once. After each question there will be a pause. During the pause, you must read the four choices marked A), B),

C) and D), and decide which is the best answer. Then mark the corresponding letter on Answer Sheet 2 with a single line through the centre.



W: What's wrong with your phone, Gary? I tried to call you all night yesterday.

M: I'm sorry. No one's able to get through yesterday. My telephone was disconnected by the phone company.

Q: What does the woman ask the man about?


W: I finally found a really nice apartment that's within my price range.

M: Congratulations! Affordable housing is rare in this city. I've been looking for a suitable place since I got here six months ago.

Q: What does the man mean?


M: I got this in my mailbox today, but I don't know what it is. Do you have any idea?

W: Oh, that's your number for the new photocopier. It acquires an access code. Everyone got one.

Q: What do we learn from the conversation?


W: Jane told me that you'll be leaving at soon. Is it true?

M: Yeah, my wife's maternity leave is close to an end. And since she wants to go back to work, I've decided to take a year off to raise the baby. Q: What does the man mean?


Conversation One

W: Well, it’s the South Theater Company. They want to know if we’d be interested in sponsoring a tour they want to make to East Asia.

M: East Asia? uhh… and how much are they hoping to get from us? W: Well, the letter mentions 20,000 pounds, but I don’t know if they might settle for us.

M: Do they say what they would cover? Have they anything specific

in mind?

W: No, I think they are just asking all the firms in tongue for as much money as they think they’ll give.

M: And we are worth 20, 000 pounds, right?

W: It seems so.

M: Very flattering. But I am not awfully happy with the idea. What we get out of it?

W: Oh, good publicity I suppose. So what I suggest is not that we just give them a sum of money, but that we offer to pay for something specific like travel or something, and that in return, we ask for our name to be printed prominently in the program, and that they give us free advertising space in it.

M: But the travel bill would be enormous, and we could never manage that.

W: I know. But why don’t we offer to pay for the printing of the programs ourselves on condition that on the front cover there's something like This program is presented with the compliments of Norland Electronics, and free advertising of course.

M: Good idea. Well, let’s get back to them and ask what the program they want will cost. Then we can see if we are interested or not. Questions 19-21 are based on the conversation you have just heard.

19. What do we learn about the South Theater Company?

20. What benefit does the woman say their firm can get by sponsoring the Theater Company?

21. What does the woman suggest they do instead of paying the South Theater Company’s travel expenses?


Conversation Two

W: Rock stars now face a new hazard — voice abuse. After last week's announcement that Phil Collins might give up touring because live concerts are ruining his voice, doctors are counseling stars about the dos and don'ts of voice care. Here in the studio today, we have Mr. Paul Phillips, an expert from the High Field Hospital. Paul, what advice would you give to singers facing voice problems?

M: If pop singers have got voice problems, they really need to be more selective about where they work. They shouldn't work in smoky atmospheres. They also need to think about resting their voices after a show. Something else they need to be careful about is medicines. Aspirin, for example, singers should avoid aspirin. It thins the blood. And if a singer coughs, this can result in the bruising of the vocal cords.

W: And is it true that some singers use drugs before concerts to boost their voices when they have voice problems?

M: Yes, this does happen on occasion. They are easily-available on the continent and they are useful if a singer has problems with his vocal








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