Part I Listening Comprehension (15minutes) This part is to test your listening ability. It consists of 3 sections. Section A Directions: This section is to test your ability to give proper answers to questions. There are 5 recorded questions in it. After each question, there is a pause. The questions will be spoken two times. When you hear a question, you should decide on the correct answer from the 4 choices marked A), B), C) and D) given in your test paper. Then you should mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the centre. Example: You will hear: You will read: A) I’m not sure. B) You’re right. C) Yes, certainly. D) That’s interesting. From the question we learn that the speaker is asking the listener to leave a message. Therefore) yes, certainly is the correct answer. You should mark C) on the Answer Sheet. Now the test will begin. 1. A) C) B) D) It lasts two hours. 2. A) C) B) D) 3. A) C) B) D) 4 .A) C) B) 5. Section B Directions: This section is to test your ability to understand short dialogues. There are 5recorded dialogues in it. After each dialogue, there is a recorded question. The dialogues and questions will be spoken only once. When you hear a question, you should decide on the correct answer from the 4 choices marked A), B), C) and D)given in your test paper. Then you should mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the centre. Section C Directions: In this section you will hear a recorded short passage. The passage is printed in the test paper, but with some words or phrases missing. The passage will beread three times. During the second reading, you are required to put the wordsor phrases that you hear on the Answer Sheet in order of the numbered blanks. The third reading is for you to check your writing. Now the passage will begin. Part II Structure (15 minutes) Directions: This part is to test your ability to construct grammatically correct sentences. It consists of 2 sections. Section A Directions: There are 10 incomplete statements here, each with a blank. You are required to complete each statement by choosing the appropriate answer from the 4 choices marked A), B), C) and D). You should mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the centre. Section B Directions:There are also 10 incomplete statements here. You should fill in each blank withthe proper form of the word given in the brackets. Write the word or words inthe corresponding space on the Answer Sheet. Part III Reading Comprehension (40 minutes) Task 1 Language and culture Three foreign gentlemen came up to a bus–stop in London. About five minutes later the bus which they waited for came along. They prepared to get on it. Suddenly there was a noise behind them. People rushed on to the bus and tried to push them out of the way. Someone shouted at them. The three foreign gentlemen looked puzzled(迷惑) and embarrassed(使困惑) no one had told them about the British custom of waiting for a bus so that the first who arrives at the bus–stop is the first person to get on the bus. Learning the language of a country is not enough. One should know as much as possible about the manners and customs of different countries. You’ll be surprised how different they can be from your own. For example, in India, people consider it impolite to use the left hand for passing food at table. In many places you might see a person shaking his head at another to express he is disagreeing, but in Bulgaria a shake of the head means “Yes” and a nod “No”. In Europe it is quite usual to cross your legs when sitting talking to someone, but in Thailand, it is considered impolite. Knowing about the customs of different countries is not only useful but also important to everyone. 36. Knowing about the manners and customs of different countries __________. A. is as important as learning their nation languages B. is as important as learning their languages C. is not so important as learning their language D. is much more important than learning their language 37. Someone shouted at the three gentlemen just because __________. A. they are foreigners B. they didn’t line up for their turn C. they got the wrong bus D. they didn’t buy tickets 38. Passing food at table __________ in India. A. with your right hand is impolite B. with your both hands is good manners C. with your left hand is polite D. with your left hand is not a polite way 39. Nodding one’s head at another expresses __________ in Bulgaria. A. disagreement B. agreement C. politeness D. impoliteness 40. The passage tells us that one should know about __________ of different counties. A. either the language or the customs B. neither the language nor the customs C. not only the language but also the customs D. the language on the customs Task 2 Last July, my 12-year-old car died on California’s Santa Ana Freeway. It was an hour before sunset, and I was 25 miles from home. I couldn’t reach anyone to pick me up. So I decided to take a bus. Not knowing the routes, I figured I’d just head east. A bus pulled up, and I asked the driver how far she was going. “Four more lights”, she said. There was another bus I could take from there. This clearly was going to be a long night. She dropped me off at the end of her route and told me which bus to look for. After waiting for 30 minutes, I began to think about a very expensive taxi ride home. Then a bus pulled up. There was a lighted number. It was out of service. But the door opened, and I was surprised to find that it was the same driver. “I just can’t leave you here”, she said. “This isn’t a nice place. I’ll give you a ride home.” “You’ll drive me home in the bus?” I asked. “No, I’ll take you in my car,” she said. As we drove from the station to her car, she began telling me a story. A few days earlier, her brother had run out of gas, a good gentleman picked him up, took him to a service station and then back to his car. “I’m just passing the favor along,” she said. When I offered her money as a thank-you, she wouldn’t hear of it. “That wouldn’t make it a favor,” she said. “Just do something nice for somebody. Pass it along.” 41. Why did the writer say that he would have a long night? A. He wondered how long he had to wait for the next bus. B. No driver would give him a ride. C. He didn’t know the routes. D. He perhaps would have to take a taxi. 42. Judging from its context, the place where the writer waited for the second bus was __________. A. very quiet and peaceful B. dark without street lights C. neither clean nor beautiful D. a little unsafe 43. Why did the writer change his mind after waiting for 30 minutes at the end of the routes? A. No bus would come at the time. B. A taxi ride would be more comfortable. C. He became impatient and a bit worried. D. He knew the driver would never return. 44. The bus driver hoped that the writer __________. A. would do as she did B. would keep her in memory C. would give the money to others D. would do her a favor Task 3 Beijing International Trade Show Furniture show March7-11 Electronic Spring Show March 20-24 Bicycle Show March 20-24 Sporting Goods Show April 13-16 Gift and Stationery Show April 21-24 Automobile/Motorcycle Parts and Accessories Show May 15-18 Computer Show June 2-6 Food Show June 11-14 Packaging Industry Show June19-23 Telecommunications Show Sept. 15-18 Textile and Apparel Show Sept. 24-27 Toy Show Oct.2-5 Electronics Show Oct. 10-14 Medical Equipment and Pharmaceuticals Nov. 11-14 Organizer: China External Trade Development Council Venue(举办地点)： Beijing International Convention Center No.8 Beichen East, Chaoyang District, Beijing http://www.Exibition.Com E-mail: email@example.com Tel010)84973060 Eleven international trade shows will be held in 46 months during the whole year. The Electronics Spring Show will be held at the same time with 47 . We can find all kinds of 48 on the Bicycle Show. All the shows will be held at 49 center. If you want to go to the shows, you can contact the 50 by e-mail or phone. TASK 4 A— light gray B— deep yellow C— dark brown D— rust E— orange F— chinese red G— pink H— rose I— scarlet J— purple K— navy blue L— moss green M— snow white N— mocha O— cream Example: (M)雪白 （O）奶油色 51. ( ) 深黄色 ( ) 粉红色 52. ( ) 海军蓝 ( ) 橙色 53( ) 朱红 ( ) 深灰色 54. ( ) 紫色 ( ) 深咖啡色 55 ( ) 赤褐色 ( ) 鲜红色 TASK 5 Intelfex, Inc. 1655 Sea Harbor Rd. Orlando, FL Eastern Bank P.O. Box 345 Bahrain Gentlemen: Intelfex is looking for agents to market and sell its products in Bahrain. Your branch in Orlando has told us that you may be able to help us. We are a large manufacturer of cellular telephones(无线通讯电话). At present, we export only to europe and Latin America, but we would like to start exporting to the Gulf countries. We would appreciate it if you could forward this letter and copies of the enclosed product literature to any companies you know of in Bahrain that might be interested in representing us. Sincerely yours, Robert J.Winston Export Division Encs. 56. what is intelfex seeking in Bahrain? And sell its products. 57. what does intelfex manufacture? 58. In what areas of the world does Intelfex intend to do business? In 59. How does Intelfex ask Eastern Bank to help them? Forward of the enclosed product literature. 60. To whom will the letter be forwarded? Any companies who may be interested in . Part IV Translation (15 minutes) Directions: This part is to test your ability to translate English into Chinese. There are 4 sentences, numbered 61 through 64, and a short paragraph (No. 65) in this part. Write your translation in the corresponding space on the Answer Sheet. 61．The young people of the present day are beyond my comprehension. A)现在的年轻人超出了我的综合判断。 B) 现在的年轻人比我的理解力强。 C)当今的年轻人理解不了我。 D)我真弄不懂当今的年轻人。 62. It gives us much pleasure to send you the goods asked for in your letter of September 10. A)很高兴去贵方 9 月 10 号来函索购的货物。 B) 我们很高兴寄去你们 9 月 10 号来询问的商品。 C)我们十分高兴贵方 9 月 10 号来函询问我们的商品。 D)我们很高兴贵方来售要求我们 9 月 10 号寄出优质产品。 63. Australia, with less than a tenth of America’s population, last year earned $2 billion on foreign education. A)澳大利亚以少于美国十分之一的人力，去年在国外办教育赚了 20 亿美元。 B) 澳大利亚，少于美国十分之一的人力，去年在国外办教育赚了 20 亿美元。 C) 澳大利亚的人口尽管不到美国的十分之一，去年的留学生教育上赚了 20 亿美元。 D) 澳大利亚，一个比美国人口少于十分之一的国家，去年在对留学生的教育上赚了 20 亿 美元。 64. There’s no right amount of sleep for everyone, and generally sleep requirements decrease with age. A)每个人都没有恰当的睡眠量，一般来说，睡眠需求会随着年龄的增长而减少。 B) 每个人所需的睡眠时间不尽相同，一般是随着年龄的增长而减少。 C)睡眠不足者需求的睡眠一般随着年龄的增长而减少。 D) 一个人没有固定的睡眠时间，一般会缩短寿命。 65.Qanteas has more flights to more places than any other Australian airline. Every week, fly to 104 cities in 31 countries across 5 continents. All this means that whenever and wherever you want to go in the world, Qantas can take you there safely and comfortably. Part V Writing (15 minutes) Directions:This part is to test your ability to do practical writing. You are required towrite a letter according to the following instructions given in Chinese.Remember to write the letter on the composition/Translation Sheet. 说明：以学生会的名义于 2002 年 6 月 10 日写一张演讲会的通知： 演讲人：著名教授 John Smith 先生 时间：下周五晚上 7 点 地点：报告厅 主题：世界经济发展与中国加入 WTO 后中国轻工业的未来 负责人：李明 报告厅 lecture hall 经济发展 economic development 轻工业 the light industry 中国加入 WTO China’s entering WTO 61 D A B C 62 A B C D 63 C D B A 64 B A C D 65．.广达斯航空公司所开通的航班和空港数量比澳大利亚任何其他航空公司都多。我们的 航班每周都要飞往遍及五大洲 31 个国家的 104 个城市。这些都意味着无论何时你想去世界 上任何地方，广达斯都可将您安全舒适地送抵那里。 NOTICE The famous professor Mr. John Smith will give a talk in the lecture hall at 7:00 P.m. next Friday.He will lecture on world economic development and the future of China’s light industry after its entering WTO.You may go to Li Ming in Room 601,Building 5,from 7to 9 every evening for tickets.
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