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Listening Part 1 Questions 1-8 (16 marks) ·You will hear two telephone messages ·Writ down one word or number in the numbered spaces on the forms below TELEPHONE WESSAGE ONE (Questions 1-4) ·Look at the form below ·Listen and complete the address. Name: Paul 1……………………….. Company: AFC 2………..West Capitol Street Little 3… Arkansas 4………… TELEPHONE WESSAHGE TWO (Questions 5-8) ·Look at the form below ·Listen and complete the form. GLZMO GADGETS MESSAGE For: Stephen 5……….. From: Tanya 6……… Please call about order no. 7………. Tomorrow before 9 am on 8……….. Part 2 Questions 9-13 (10 marks) You will hear five people talking on the radio about their jobs. For Questions 9-13 choose from the list A-F how each got his or her job originally. Use the letters only once there is one extra letter that you do not need to use. A The person hadn‘t planned to change jobs Speaker 1 9 B No one else cane to the interview. Speaker 2 10 C Someone else refused the job. Speaker 3 11 D This person refused the job first. Speaker 4 12 E This person needed help to the interview Speaker 5 13 F This person got the job because of a mistake Part 3 Questions 14-23 (10 marks) ·Look at the ten statements for this part ·You will heat part of a public meeting held to discuss plans for a new town ·Decide if you think each statement is right . Wrong or not mentioned ·Mark your answers on the Answer sheet 14 The meeting will decide which team will develop the area A Right B wrong C Not Mentioned 15 The first objector suggests the meeting is a waste of time A Right B wrong C Not Mentioned 16 The plan to develop the new town has already been approved A Right B wrong C Not Mentioned 17 The country needs to find new areas for industry A Right B wrong C Not Mentioned 18 The local cities can no longer accommodate industrial workers A Right B wrong C Not Mentioned 19 Mrs West is the managing director of the company A Right B wrong C Not Mentioned 20 Mr Lester finds Metcalf an unattractive village A Right B wrong C Not Mentioned 21 Mrs Thomas is worried about Metcalf becoming a tourist attraction A Right B wrong C Not Mentioned 22 Mr Lester will ensure that adequate medical services are provided A Right B wrong C Not Mentioned 23 Mr Lester persuades the meeting that the development is a good idea A Right B wrong C Not Mentioned Part 4 Questions 24-30 (14 marks) ·You will tear a woman giving advice on how to give a good presentation ·For questions 24-30, indicate which of the alternatives A B or C is the most appropriate response ·Mark one letter A B or C on the Answer Sheet 24 How should you stand when giving a presentation? A Keep your knees straight B Keep your head still C Keep your feet apart 25 What happens if you stick your neck forwards? A Your throat will get sore B Your voice will sound strange C Your head will feel light 26 What should you do if you are nervous? A Examine your feelings B Make detailed notes C Go for a massage 27 What can you do to make your presentation sound more? A Speak loudly and clearly. B Sound enthusiastic C ask the audience questions. 28 Which body type might an audience fond irritating? A Passive B Aggressive C Assertive 29 What is characteristic of an aggressive body type? A Playing with hair B Swinging leg C Clear voice 30 What should you avoid doing before a presentation? A Drinking coffee B Eating too much C Smoking 全国出国培训备选人员英语考试（中高级） 练习题 1 听力部分录音材料 Man: BFT: ENGLISH (A-B) listening test Look at the instructions for part I. Pause Questions 1-8 You will hear two telephone messages. Write down one word or number in the number spaces on the forms below TELEPHONE MESSAGE ONE (Questions 1-4) Pause Woman: ABC Computing. Good morning Man: Oh, good morning. This is Paul Reiner from AFC. I‘m interested in your Vu-filters Woman: Ill send you our brochure could I have your name and address? Man: Sure. My name‘s Paul Reiner That‘s R-E-I-N-E-R. Woman: R-E-I-N-E-R Man: And my address is AFC, 524west Capitol Street in little Rock, Arkansas. Woman: Right And the zip code? Man: 72601. Woman: 72601.OK I‘ll mail you a brochure brochure today Mr Reiner Man: Thanks very much Woman: You‘re welcome Pause-repeat-pause Pause Man: TELEPHONE MESSAGE TWO (Questions 5-8) Look at the form below Listen and ccmplete the form Pause Woman: Gizmo gadgets GOOD morning. Man: Hello. This is Tanya Cordrey from EKS. I‘d like to speak to Stephen Stern in Sales. Woman: oh, yes. Mm. Could you ask him to call me about my order, that‘s order number 3574, either sometime today or tomorrow before nine? Woman: Order number 3574, today, or tomorrow before nine. Who‘s speaking, please? Man: Tanya Cordrey, from— Woman: Sorry, could you spell that please? Man: Sure That‘s C-O-R-D-R-E-Y Woman: C-O-R-D-R-E-Y And your telephone number? Man: 293 554 Woman: Right, Ms Cordrey. Ill give him the message. Man: Thank you. Woman: You‘re welcome Pause-repeat-pause Man: That is end of part I. you now have one minute to copy your answers on to your Answer sheet. Pause Woman: Now turn to part Two, questions 9-13. You will neat five people talking on the radio about their jobs, For Questions 9-13. Choose from the list A-F how each got his or her job originally. Use the letters only once. There is one extra There is one extra letter which you do not need to use Speaker I: well, I didn‘t really have the qualifications for the job, at least not on paper, but anyway, I got an interview, which was absolute hell, and afterwards I thought ―well, it was worth a try‖, but I was sure I hadn‘t Then, a couple of days later, they rang up and offered it to me . You know, it was only a few weeks later I found out that they‘d intended to give it to someone else with the same surname, and I‘d second on the list, But I‘m still there, so I suppose I‘m OK [Pause] Speaker 2: I‘ve always loved selling and marketing and had several jobs that before this particular job Mr Kelly, he‘s the director, offered me the job at the interview, and I turned it down but he rang me again a few days later to see if I‘d been having second thoughts, I had, I‘m glad to say. [Pause] Speaker 3: My motorbike, broke down And I had to wait around while if was being repaired Yeah, so I bought a local paper and went into a café and read it and happened to see the advert for the job I thought ―I‘ll have a go at that ‖, and rang up. It was just down the road and they said, ―Come s long right a way‖. I knew a bsolutely nothing about this line of work then, but they must nave liked my face at the interview or something. [Pause] Speaker 4: Never be late for a job interview because you won‘t get the job! I ever so nearly was. Would you believe it? The train broke down on the way There I was –stuck miles from where I was going But actually we were in a station and I realized Id never make the interview and got off the train Well,! got talking to someone outside and they offered me a lift and I arrived early for the interview ,in the end [Pause] Speaker 5: They ran up and offered me the job, and I was really thankful, because ld been out of work for ages and was beginning to think ld never get anything What l mow know so that I was the only person who tuned up for interview Apparently a couple of other people were asked but never came. So l got it because they had no choice although they could nave advertised it again l suppose Glad they didn‘t. Pause-repeat –pause Man: That is the end of part 2. You how have one minute to copy your answers on to your Answer Sheet Paus Woman: Now turn to part 3. Questions 14-23 Look at the ten statements for this part, You will heat pare of a public meeting held to discuss plans for a new town. Decide if you think each statement is tight. Wrong or not mentioned. Mark your answers on the Answer Sheet Chairman: Ladies and gentlemen, as you know, this extraordinary meeting of the Metcalf Council has been of our village. Now, we‘ve been joined toning by Mr Ken Lester, a member of the team which drew up the plan and I‘d like to begin by asking to outline the thinking behind the scheme. Lester: Thank you, Mr Chairman, Ladies and gentlemen, my main aim in coming here tonight is to explain to you the reasons for the planning committees decision to locate the new town near Metcalf… Mrs Thomas: Ah, so it‘s a decision, is it? You mean there‘s no point in our discussing it-You‘ve already made up your minds? Chairman: Order please, ladies and gentlemen, we must hear the facts first… Lester: Perhaps l should re-phrase that-the new is, of course, no more than a project at the moment, Now, the population in the county is growing rapidly as a result of the new industries coming to the area, and this has brought with it a great demand for housing, As you know, the main urban center: in the area, Maple, Mapleford-sorry-and Trentham, are already overcrowded. So we have to find sites outside the town to house these people. Mrs west: Mr Chalrman! Chairman: Yes, Mrs West, you have a point to make? Mrs West: Why does it have to be on our doorstep? Cant you see that a development like this would change the whole nature of this locality? Lester: West, Mrs West. Lester: The countryside must indeed be preserved and it‘s the sort of area you describe. as yet unspoilt. Which most deserves our protection Metcalf, on the other hand already has 2,000 inhabitants and it could hardly be described as one of the most picturesque villages in the county… Mrs Thomas: You don‘t know what you‘re talking about do you? Chairman: Mrs Thomas, will you sit down please and let Mr Lester continue. Mrs Thomas: No, l certainly won‘t! Lt‘s peoples lives were discussing here not a sightseeing trip for tourists! Now you tell me what‘s going to happen when this so-called new town is built and we‘ve got four times as many people here, l‘m sure we can look forward to enjoying four times as many facilities, cant we? There‘ll be three new swimming pools, six new schools three pubs …oh and three new doctors surgeries… Lester: …..er, of course, that‘s not really my area…I‘m merely responsible for housing and the provision of adequate transport facilities. Mrs Thomas: Oh no it isn‘t your area, is it, mate? its our area-and we intend to keep it that way… Pause-repeat-pause Woman: That is the end of part Three, You mow have one minute to copy your answers on to your Answer Sheet. Pause Woman: Now turn to part 4 questions 24-30. You will hear a woman giving advice on how to give a good presentation For questions 24-30, indicate which of the alternatives A, B, or C is the most appropriate response. Mark one letter A, B or C on Answer Sheet. Woman: When you‘re making a presentation your posture can affect the quality of your voice The way you stand you know the position of your head, neck and shoulders and feet and so on is important Check that your feet are parallel and apart and your weight is slightly forward on your feet. Make sure that your knees are relaxed; as if you are tense your back will suffer. Pay special attention to your head Look straight ahead and don‘t push your neck out or drop it on to your chest: I had a man come to see me once as he was constantly losing his voice. It was all due to his habit of sticking his neck forward which was putting pressure on his throat. He sounded quite squeaky when he spoke. What he should have been doing was keeping his ears in line with his shoulders. Your head should feel as though it‘s floating on top of your body! So watch that. Now most of us feel quite nervous before we speak in public. You‘ll feel better if you spend some time dealing you feel this way. That way you can have some control over it. Next, try and locate the area of tension in your body. Often it‘s your neck or you‘re to relax them. Believe me, it works! Let‘s think about what you say, now. To macimise your performance make sure you are wellprepred. Look over your notes, practice what you want to say, preferably out loud, and then, perhaps most important of all, try to feel you really want to share your subject with your audience .If you feel and share your enthusiasm with them, you‘re more than half-way there. Remember that how people feel about you and what you a2re saying to them will depend on your body language. There are three main behaviour types; passive, Aggressive and Assertive You can use any of these types, although l think the assertive and Assertive. You can use any of these types, although l think the assertive posture is one that suits most occasions best. The passive body type has a withdrawn posture. You may fidget a bit with your hands and hair. In fact I remember a well-known politician who whenever he was speaking would constantly massage the top of his head. So beware of those funny little mannerisms. They can become intensely irritating to an audience. If your posture is aggressive, however, you tend to be quite rigid. You could be constantly swinging your leg or crossing your arms and clenching your fists and the audience will feel uncomfortable. Your voice will often sound harsh or sharp and your audience may then feel quite aggressive towards you and that‘s something you don‘t want if your aim is to get them to see your point of view. That brings me to the assertive posture. Now you‘re standing straight, feeling comfortable and calm with your arms hanging loosely at your sides. In this position there is minimal tension and you voice is full, clear and varied. You‘re a delight to listen to. Finally, a few do‘s and don‘ts when it comes to looking after your voice, especially before giving a speech or whatever. It‘s a bit obvious but avoid smoky areas, and alcohol. Too drink plenty of fluids, especially things like fruit juice or even coffee or tea and keep your throat moist while you‘re speaking. That‘s it, ladies and gentlemen. We shall going on… Pause-repeat-pause Woman: That is the end of part four now nave two minutes to copy your answers on to your Answer sheet. Pause This is the end of the test. Listening Part 1 Questions 1-8 (16 marks) · You will hear two conversations. · Write down one word or number in the numbered spaces on the forms below. CONVERSATION ONE (Questions 1-4) · Look at the form below. · Listen and complete the address. GIZMO GADGETS MESSAGE For: Mr 1… From: Rosie 2… Please call her about the computer 3… for the marketing department on 4… CONVERSATION TWO (Questions 5-8) ·Look at the form below. ·Listen and complete the form. Man Jogging Mountain biking Jogging 6…… 5……… Going to 7…. 8…… part 2 Questions 9-13 (10 marks) · You will hear five journalists giving reasons for their success. · For Questions 9-13, match the extracts which you heat with the people listed A-F · Use the letters only once. A l deal with the main news. 9 B l have my own individual style. 10 C l express new opinions. 11 D l check all my information. 12 E I express strong feelings. 13 F I deal with problems readers may face Part 3 Questions 14-23 (10 marks) · Look at the ten statements for this part. · You will hear part of a radio programmed in which a doctor talks abort jet lag . · Decide if you think each statement is right wrong or not mentioned. · Mark your answers on the Answer sheet. 14 You really only suffer from jet lag when you fly east. A Right B wrong C Not Mentioned 15 The problem of jet lag is that many people become hyperactive. A Right B wrong C Not Mentioned 16 Athletes do not suffer from jet lag. A Right B wrong C Not Mentioned 17 Jet lag affects young children less. A Right B wrong C Not Mentioned 18 If you are flying west you can reduce the effects of jet lag before you go by going to bed and getting up aster. A Right B wrong C Not Mentioned 19 It you are flying east you can reduce the effects the effects of jet lag before you go by having your meals later. A Right B wrong C Not Mentioned 20 It‘s better not to sleep on the plane. A Right B wrong C Not Mentioned 21 You should be more careful than usual of what and when you eat on the plane. A Right B wrong C Not Mentioned 22 it takes anything up to seven days to get over jet lag. A Right B wrong C Not Mentioned 23 When you arrive you should always try to sleep. A Right B wrong C Not Mentioned Part 4 Questions 24-30 (14 marks) · Look at the questions for this part. You will hear a conversation between two employees of a company which so going to move its premises. · For questions 24-30 indicate which of the alternatives A B or C is the most appropriate response. · Mark one letter A B or C on the Answer sheet. 24 Who decided to move the office premises? A The company accountants. B The department managers. C The board of directors. 25 Where will the new offices be? A On the edge of the city B A long way outside the city. C in a different city. 26 Which department will be the last to move? A On the edge of the city. B A long way outside the city. C in a different city. 27 At the new premises there will on A a staff gym. B a better staff canteen. C extra meeting rooms. 28 The company will spend most money on A special new office furniture. B new technology. C recruiting a designer. 29 What is john‘s main worry about the move? A The poor shopping facilities. B The lack of public transport. C Having no other businesses near. 30 The new contracts will mean that employees may A have to work longer hours B only nave temporary work. C be able to work from home. 全国出国培训备选人员英语考试（中高级） 练习题 2 听力部分录音材料 Man: BFT: ENGLISH (A-B) Listening test Look at the instructions for pare 1 Pause Questions 1-8 You will two conversations. Write down one word or number in the numbered spaces on the forms below. CONVERSATON ONE (Questions 1-4) Look at the form below. Listen and complete the address. Pause Woman: Gizmo Gadgets. Good morning. Man: Hello. This is Rosie Grunwald from Bit and Bye. I‘d like to speak to Mr Brunner. Your name and number, and I‘ll get him to call you back. Man: Oh, thank you. My name‘s Rosie Grunwald. That‘s G-R-U-N-W-A-L-D. Could you ask him to call me back about the computer workshop for the marketing department? My number‘s 665 443 and.. Woman: Sorry. What was the number? Man: 665 443 Woman: I‘ll just repeat that Call Rosie Grunwald on 665 443 about the computer workshop for the marketing department. Man: That‘s. Thanks a lot. Woman: You‘re welcome. Pause –repeat-pause Pause Man: CONVERSATION TWO (Questions 5-8) Look at the form below Listen and complete the from Pause Woman: Well, I think the meeting went well today. Man: Yes, it did. But it‘s good to have a break from business. Woman: So what do you do when you‘re not working? Man: Well, as I sit at a desk most of the day, I like to try and keep fit I do quite a lot of sports. Woman: Oh, yes. What do you do? Man: I enjoy cycling. Mountain biking actually. Woman: Really? I didn‘t know there was any water around here. Man: Well, there‘s a couple of lakes nearby. But I prefer to go away- weekend breaks. What about yourself? Do you do any sports? Woman: Well, I try and go jogging a couple of times a week. But I‘m not really interested in sports. I love gardening. Otherwise I refer to relax. I love going to the cinema. And I‘m a real bookworm. Man: Really. What kind of things do you like reading? Woman: Well, there‘s nothing that beats a really good murder! Man: You don‘t look the type for that! Woman: Oh you‘d be surprised… Parse-repeat-pause Man: That is end of part 1. You now have one minute to copy your on to your Answer sheet. Pause Woman: Now turn to part two questions 9-13 You will hear five journalists giving reasons for their success. For Questions 9-13. Match the extracts with you hear with the people listed A-F, Use the letters only once. Speaker 1: I think I‘m successful because all my articles have a… something that readers can immediately recognise as mine. Now what‘s important is now I say things. Of course I do say interesting things, and give my readers truthful information. But above all, what my readers like is the fact that what I write was a distinctive voice, you know, they would know I wrote it even if my name is not there. Pause Speaker 2: Well, I‘ve always thought that when you write an article, you must be sure of your facts, I make sure very single one is correct, and I think that‘s my strong point if your readers find out that, for example, that something you said happened in 1970. in reality happened in 1980, or., worse still, did not happen at all…they won‘t trust you again. Producing a beautifully written article, on a subject everyone‘s talking, producing a beautifully written article, on a subject everyone‘s talking about…is a waste of time if you‘ve got the facts wrong… Speaker 3: Why I‘m a successful journalist? I think it has to do with the fact that I always concentrate on the moat important event of the day…you know, when there‘s been a disaster, for example, there‘s no point in writing about anything else because nobody will be talking about anything else! I‘ll try to say something original about the subject, but the main thing is my readers know that I‘ll deal with what‘s on their minds that day. And they like that. Pause speaker 4: I think my readers like my stuff because, well, first of all I rely on my personal experience a lot. Of courser not to include too much much detail about myself, that wouldn‘t be right…You see, the main point in this way, I can put a great deal of…emotion into what I write. If something makes me angry. Or sad, I say it. And I never have to pretend I care, I really do care. Insincerity no good I mean if you are insincere, readers will know. Pause Speaker 5: Well, my columns are packed information that could help readers who are experiencing difficulties in their daily lives, and I believe this is the secret of my success…There‘ll be some advice for people who are buying a house for the first time, for example, or for parents who are worrying about whether their daughter will get into university…And never bore my readers with my feelings about things No one really wants to hear about your personal ups and downs. Pause-repeat-pause Man: That is the end of part 2. You now have one minute to copy your answers on to your Answer sheet. Pause Woman: Now turn to part 3,questions 14-23. Look at the statements for this part. You will hear part of a radio programmed in which a doctor talks about jetlag. Decide if you think each statement is right. Wrong or not mentioned. Mark your answers on the Answer sheet. Doctor: Jet lag is the result of your physical and mental faculties literally lagging behind those of people living in the country you‘re visiting. At least that‘s true if you‘re flying east. Flying west you‘ll be ahead, so ‗jet lead‘ might be more appropriate. Either way, you‘re unlikely to be at your best when you land. There are over 50 physiological and psychological rhythms that can be upset by jet lag, and they don‘t all get back to normal at the same rate. Tests have shown that jet lag can cause up to 10%decrease in mental speed, accuracy and vigilance. Irritability is just one effect. The longer your journey, the shorter your temper, your attention span and your memory. You may also feel exhausted. Fuzzyheaded, sleepy waking hours, and hungry outside mealtimes. So what can you do about it? There are certainly ways of reducing its unpleasant effects. Um. You could stare by being young. Children adjust to time changes much more quickly than adults. (Babies under three months haven‘t yet formed any clear biological rhythms.) You can also try some pre-flight adaptation. If you‘re going east, go to bed and get up earlier; going west, make it later. Also shift your meal times in the appropriate direction. Once you‘re on the plane, take it easy generally. If you can‘t sleep, relax. If you have to drink, drink plenty of water or water or fruit juice and go easy on the alcohol, if you want to eat, remember your digestive system is all over the place. As a rough guide, it takes about a day per time zone to recover fully. Australia to Great Britain for example takes you through tem time zones. So it‘s beat to start with some time off to relax and acclimatize. Don‘t rush into any meetings. If you can arrange it, arrive on a Saturday and have the weekend to your eyes open with matchsticks, but it‘s easier to will yourself to stay awake than it is to will yourself to walk around and take in the sights- activity is a good antidote to sleepiness. To sum up then, there is no instant solution to jet lag-there are only certain things you can do to help your body adjust to the different tine zone as… Pause-repeat-pause Woman: That is the end of part Three, You now have one minute to copy your answers on to your Answer sheet. Pause Woman: Now turn to part 4, questions 24-30. Look at the questions for this part. You will heat a conversation between two employees of a company which is going to move its premises. For questions 24-30. indicate which of the alternatives A B or C is the moat appropriate response. Mark one letter A B or C on the Answer sheet. Woman: John-I‘ve just heard the company is moving out of these offices. I can‘t believe it! Man: it‘s true. They made the final decision yesterday. Woman: Who did? Man: Um well… Woman: There wasn‘t a board meeting yesterday, was there? Man: I don‘t think so. A vote was actually taken by all the heads of departments. Woman: Ah so it wasn‘t just Finance saying what should happen. It usually is…And where are we going? I like it here. I don‘t want to move my whole family to a new city none of us knows. Man: You won‘t have to. We‘re not moving far away. We‘re only going to Kenton… Woman: Kenton? Man: You know, that new development. You must have noticed all the new building work going on, off the main road just as you cone into the city. Woman: Oh yes I‘ve read about it. Is everyone who works here going, do you know, john? Man: Almost everyone, you know, Finance, sales, pubic Relations… Woman: Aha, so I will be going. Man: Yes, though customer services are staying in the city center for center for another year.. Woman: …so the public know where we are… Man: Exactly. Fiona, it‘s going to be great. It‘s going to be much better there. Woman: In what way There‘ll be a better place for us to have lunch, I hope. The food here is getting worse every day. Man: I don‘t know about that. But from what I‘ve seen there‘s going to be a lot more space than we‘ve got at the moment and more rooms where we can have meetings. Woman: Nice. And some sports facilities would be a good idea, wouldn‘t they? Man: They would but not at the moment, I‘m afraid. Woman: Oh well. Won‘t this move cost a lot of money? Man: Why should it? I think the idea is to save money. Woman: Are the offices in a mew building or an old one? Man: Oh, it‘s completely new, but it won‘t cast nearly as much as the rent on these city center offices. Woman: Oh, Are we getting mew office furniture, then, to go in this new building? Man: We are, someone‘s designing it specially but that isn‘t rally expensive. What is expensive is investing in new computers, everything to be totally up to date. Woman: Ooh, now that sounds exciting. Man: It does, doesn‘t is? Actually, only one thing that worries me about the move. Woman: What‘s that? Being the only business out at Kenton? Man: Other firms‘ll soon join us when they see how cheap it is in Kenton. Actually, Actually, it‘s those of u s without cars that might have a problem. I don‘t think there is much of a bus service. It‘s something the company will have to look at. Woman: And what about shops? A lot of staff like going to the shops in the lunch hour. Man: Well there are definitely some in Kenton. Woman: Good! Man: Actually, Fiona, there is one rather interesting thing about this move. A lot of people are going over to new working contracts. Woman: What! And what does that mean exactly? Does it mean we all lose our permanent contracts? Man: It doesn‘t, actually. In this case it means people can set up a sort of office in their home if their work is suitable. Woman: Uh huh. So it doesn‘t mean we have to work longer hours, or something? Man: I don‘t think so. Woman: John, you seem to know a lot about it. Are you in charge of arranging everything? Man: I‘m very happy to tell you it‘s someone else‘s job. All I‘ve got to do is inform people about the move… Woman: Mmm-you‘re doing very well. Man: …except questions about contracts, hours and so on of course. Woman: Well, the personnel Department does that, don‘t they? Man: Exactly. And now I must get on… Pause-repeat-pause Woman: That is the end of part Four. You now have two minutes to copy your answers on to your Answer sheet. Pause This is the end of the test. Listening Part 1 Questions 1-8 (16 narks) · You will heart two conversations. · Write down one word or number in the numbered spaces on the forms below. CONVERSATION ONE (Questions 1-4) TELEPHONE MESSAGE Caller Name: Erica 1…………….. Address: TAZ 2…………24 3………..Street, San Francisco California 4…… CONVERSATION TWO (Questions) Olivia Miller-Trip to Bombay Monday, October 3rd 9.55. a. m. BA Flight 5………to Bombay 11.15 p M Arrive Bombay, transfer to hotel Tuesday, October 5th 6………Meeting with Mr shat Wednesday October 5th All day Tour of new plant in Bombay and meeting with 7…… Thursday, October 6rh 6.25 a m Arrive London Heathrow 3 p m 8…………Meeting. London part 2 Questions 9-13 (10 marks) · You will hear five different people talking about the activities they enjoy. · For Questions 9-13, choose from the list A-F what each speaker says about his or her activity Use the letters only once. · There is one extra letter which you do not need to use A l have been doing this activity since childhood Speaker 1 9 B l prefer to exercise alone Speaker 2 10 C l like meeting new people through this activity Speaker 3 11 D l enjoy the competition Speaker 4 12 E l find this activity relaxing Speaker 5 13 F l like the teamwork. Part 3 Questions 14-23 (10 marks) · Look at the ten statements for this part. · You will hear an interview about the effects of high levels of noise in discotheques on people‘s hearing · Decide if you think each statement is right, wrong or not mentioned. · Mark your answers on the Answer sheet. 14 Peter Johnson is a Mental Health officer. A Right B Wrong C Not Mentioned 15 He says he hat no figures on disco attendance. A Right B Wrong C Not Mentioned 16 If you attend loud discos often, your ears get used to the noise. A Right B Wrong C Not Mentioned 17 Study of this problem at Southampton is comparatively new. A Right B Wrong C Not Mentioned 18 Too much disco noise like this causes complete loss of hearing. A Right B Wrong C Not Mentioned 19 4.000 personal stereos were sold in 1982. A Right B Wrong C Not Mentioned 20 John Bickerdyke is a lecturer at south2mpton University. A Right B Wrong C Not Mentioned 21 The noise levels of personal stereos can be the same as some factory machines. A Right B Wrong C Not Mentioned 22 Johnson thinks Bickerdyke‘s proposals should be generally adopted. A Right B Wrong C Not Mentioned 23 He says protecting people from excessive noise should be the responsibility of disco managers. A Right B Wrong C Not Mentioned Part 4 Questions 24-30 · Look at the questions for this part. · You will hear a radio interview about the sportswear industry. · For questions 24-30, indicate which of the alternatives A B or C is the most appropriate response. · Mark one letter A B or C on the Answer sheet. 24 Martin Donkey works. A as a consultant to the sportswear industry. B as a trainer at a sports center. C for a sportswear company. 25 The majority of sportswear today is bought from A sportswear shops. B department stores. C mail-order companies. 26 Last year 38% of sportswear was bought by adults for A sports activities. B department stores. C their children. 27 he presenter says her mother A has never had any sports shoes B has been wearing sports shoes for years. C has just bought some sports shoes. 28 The number of 15-to 24-year-olds on the population A has increased. B has decreased. C has remained steady. 29 The sportswear market has grown mainly because of A more practical designs. B cheaper production costs C changes in society. 30 According to Martin Donkey, a result of competition in the future will be A fewer manufacturers of sportswear. B lighter and more practical sportswear. C lower prices for sportswear. 全国出国培训备选人员英语考试（中高级） 练习题 3 听力部分录音材料 Man: BFT: EMGLISH(A-B) Listening test Look at the instructions for pare 1. Pause Questions 1-8 You will hear two conversations. Write down one word or number in the numbered spaces on the forms below. CONVERSATON ONE (Questions 1-4) Pause Man: ABC Computing Good morning. Woman: Could you send me some information about your Vari-X filters? Man: A-N-D-E-R-S-E-N. Woman: And my address is TAZ Technologies, 24 Otis Street. Man: sorry. Could you please spell the name of the street for me? Woman: Otis. That‘s O-T-I-S. San Francisco, California 94103. Man: 94103. Ok, I‘ll Put a brochure and price lists in the mail today Ms Andersen. Woman: Thanks very mush. Man: You‘re welcome. Pause-repeat-pause Pause Man: CONVERSATION TWO (Questions 5-8) Pause OLIVIA: Let‘s just go over the arrangements for my trip to Bombay. ASSISTANT: Sure, here‘s your schedule. You‘re flying at 9.55 on Monday evening That‘s British Airways flight 139.Er, you have to check in two hours before so I‘ve arranged for a car to pick you up from the office at 6.30. OLIVIA: Good, what time does the flight get into Bombay? ASSISIANT: It gets into Bombay at 11.15 That‘s local time, of course. Er, I‘ve booked you a room at the Oberon They ‗re sending a car to pick up. OLIVIA: Fine, Now when am I seeing Mr shah ASSISTANT: Tuesday afternoon two. By the way Mr Majundar is coming to the meeting as well OLIVLA: That‘s good news, we won‘t have to arrange a separate meeting. And has the tour of the new plant on Bombay and the meeting with the directors been arranged for Wednesday? ASSISTANT: Yes, they‘ll pick you up In the morning at 9, and plan to show you the plant, take you to lunch, and return you to the hotel at about 5 p.m. OLIVIA: And when am I flying back? ASSISTANT: I‘m afraid the earliest flight I could get is Thursday at 1.15 a. m. everything else was booked up. That‘s British Airways again, flight 138. That gets you back into London at 6.25 Thursday morning. You‘ve got Thursday in London for the Sales Meeting, but not until 3 p. m then Friday morning you‘re leaving for New York… Pause-repeat-pause Man: That is the end of part 1 You now have one minute to copy answers on to your Answer Sheet. Pause Woman: Now turn to part Two. Questions 9-13. You will hear five different people talking about the activities they enjoy. For Questions 9-13. choose from the list A-F what each speaker says about his or her activity. Use the letters only once. There is one extra letter which you do not need to use. Speaker 1: Well, I suppose I really took up yoga when I left school because there- at school, I mean- they made us take part in all these team games and well, you know it was all about who won and who was best, That‘s not really me I was looking for something more um well, more individual really, where I could work within my own limits and not be obliged to compete all the time. So, I an just shut myself away in my room and get on with it. Speaker 2: Yes, what I really like about cycling is getting out into the countryside at the weekends and just riding along in the fresh air I sometimes go for miles not really thinking about anything I find it quite restful in a way you know, just getting away from the stress of living and working in a big city we often go as a family And then well, by Monday morning I‘m all refreshed and ready for work again. Speaker 3: Well, I usually go swimming two or three evenings a week, after work, sometimes I go with colleagues and sometime on my own, it keeps me fit, you know ,and reasonably slim I learnt when I was about five and I lived it and I‘ve always kept it up I think that everybody should learn whether you want to win races or just get a bit of exercise. Speaker 4: Mountaineering always attracted me even as a child maybe where we lived was really flat I‘ve always dreamed of climbing Mount Everest one day-I suppose all climbers see that as the ultimate challenge, The highest I‘ve been so far since I started climbing at the university was last year when I went to south America it was fantastic The great thing is everyone has a part to play. Everyone has to rely on everyone else and you all work together to get to the top. Speaker 5: I only started skiing about three years ago so I‘m not very good yet I love getting up into the mountains, especially early in the morning before there are too many people about and the snow‘s still fresh later in the day‘s fun too but in a different way , but that first ski of the day is always special ,of course, one of the great things about skiing is there‘s always plenty to do in the evenings and it‘s very easy to make friends I enjoy the company I just wish I could afford to go more often1! Pause-repeat-pause Man: That is the end of part 2 You now have one minute to copy your answers on to you‘re Answer sheet. Pause Woman: Look at the ten abatements for this part. You will hear an interview about the effects of high of noise in discotheques on people‘s hearing. Decide if you think each statement is right wrong or not mentioned. Mark your answers on the Answer Sheet. Woman: I spoke to Environmental Health officer peter Johnson-I‘ll say that again: peter Johnson- about this and asked him if regular attendance at clubs or concerts could lead to deafness. Man: Well, yes, yes it could um it‘s a difficult question, because it is an unknown factor just how many times, how many times a person attends a discotheque per week, and of course the discotheques in themselves vary with the sound and –er – there is a risk, well yes, there is a risk. Woman: So when you say ‗noise dose over a given period‘ if I went out to a club, how often would I have to go to be at risk? Man: Well, er it‘s estimated, it‘s estimated by Southampton University, they‘ve recently set up a Hearing Conservation Unit, they‘ve estimated that three times a week to one of the louder discos is er could be could be quite sufficient to cause er noise induced hearing loss at a later stage in life. Woman: That means effectively you‘re going to go stone deaf? Man: Well no no, not stone deaf, no no. what would disappear out of out of the speech and so speech would become extremely difficult to comprehend. Woman: I believe that personal stereos have created another hazard for hearing. Man: They have, yes ,yes they have. There were some 400.000 personal stereos sold in 0982 and –er-this was published in a report by John Bickerdyke, a lecturer at Leeds Leeds University arm we‘re not we‘re not quite sure how many have been sold since, but obviously, obviously it‘s going to be a multiple of that figure The small personal stereo system is quite capable of producing eves which in industry for instance could only be tolerated for or should only be tolerated for a period of it‘s say well half an jour a day um now if you couple the personal sterol issue with the discotheque attendance, then you have then of course you‘ve got a problem . Woman: Looking on the positive vide what can people do what would you suggest people do? Man: Well, arm, in the in the Bickerdyke Report it was suggested that a code of practice should be drawn up As far as I‘m aware that hasn‘t been drawn up to date the obligation being under the health and safety executive but the code of practice the code of practice does in fact suggest that management should control the levels withies the discotheques er you know distances, distances from loudspeakers should be controlled to a minimum of two meters access to the active loudspeaker. Pause – repeat –pause Woman: That is the end of part Three You mow have one minute to copy your answers on to your Answer sheet. Pause Woman: Now turn to part 4 questions 24-30. Look at the questions for this part. You will heat a radio interview about the sportswear industry For questioims 24-30, indicate whoosh of the alternatives A B or C is the moat appropriate response. Woman : The tremendous growth of the sportswear industry has been one of the great success stories of recent years sportswear manufacturers have made a great del of money. Here with me in the studio to talk about this Martin Donkey of k and G limited who in recent years have become one of the country‘s Leading manufacturers of sportswear Martin- notice you aren‘t wearing sports shoes or a tracksuit. Man: Not at the moment sue Bur I was earlier this morning. Woman: Can we start off by looking at where people are going for their sportswear? Man: Well, Traditionally, up to the end of the 80s shall we say, sportswear was prod used almost exclusively by sportswear specialists and passed on to the department stores to be sole I n ten last 5 years there‘s been an interesting development of the mail –order business but most sportswear by far is still produced by sports companies like our own and then retailed through our specialist outlets. Woman: Approximately what proportion of expenditure on all clothing in and footwear is spent on sportswear? Do you know? Man: I‘m not absolutely sure of the very latest figures, but it‘s something in the region of 9 %. That includes expenditure on children‘s sportswear, what I think is mores interesting or surprising is that a recent survey showed that last year 38% of sportswear was purchased by adults not for use as sports clothes, not I mean to play a sport but just as casual clothes leisure activities. Woman: You say audits But my impression is that it is the young who buy this sort of clothing I mean my mother hasn‘t bought any sports shoes yet and they‘ve in fashion for years I‘m not sure she will buy any mow. Man: of course it basically is a youth market However one surprising fact is that the 15-24 age-group is in fact getting smaller and will continue to do so for a few more years, The size of this group has fallen from 9.3 million in the mid 1980s to something like 7and a halt million now And yet the sportswear market has expanded considerably during this same period it can‘t be simply a youth market. Woman: What do you see as the reason for the development in sportswear? Man: It‘s hard, if not impossible to give you any sing reason, There are even plenty of reasons why its shouldn‘t have happened, such as the rising coats of production social conditions have greatly helped. The market couldn‘t have grown to its present size without the relaxation in codes of dress that has taken place since the late 60s, we have relaxed some of our rules, This has allowed sports participants to wear their tracksuits and sports shoes for many other activities they were not designed for. Woman: And how do you see the future for sportswear? Man: I expect increased competition between the manufacturers to produce more attractive and fashionable materials I don‘t expect this to affect the number of manufacturers active in the market place but it could well bring the prices down. Woman: Will we be wearing the same sportswear products then five years from now? Man: Almost definitely, This is not just a passing fashion it will last people and looking fit are putting an ever increasing emphasis on the importance of feeling, and looking fit and healthy Most experts believe that sportswear will actually increase its market share over r the next few years there are tow main reasons for this Firstly despites. Pause – repeat- pause Woman: That is the end of part Four have two minuses to copy your answer on to your Answer sheet Pause This is the end of the test. Listening Part 1 Questions 1-8 (16 marks) ·You will hear a telephone message and an interview. ·Write down one word or number in each of the numbered spaces on the forms below. TELEPHONE MESSAGE (Questions 1-4) TELEPHONE MESSAGE For: john Lanlay From: Paul 1…. Company: 2………Co Address: 3……….Grand River Avenue Message: Would you please demonstrate your new program next 4…afternoon in our company? INTETVIEW (Questions 5-8) · Look at the questionnaire below. · You will hear a job interview between an interviewer and a woman applicant. · Listen and complete the questionnaire. Quest Market Research Consumer Survey Name: Jennifer Gable Address: 104Grand 5 Avenue Place of work: Montop Agency 6 Department Learning: 7 for 2 years Foreign languages: French and 8 Part 2 Questions 9-13 (10 marks) ·You will hear five different people talking about the why they like going on holiday without their family or friends. ·For Questions 9-13, choose which of the statements A-F refers to each speaker Use the letters only once. ·There is one extra letter which you do not need to use. Which speaker…… A sometimes got fed up with other holidaymakers? Speaker 1 9 B enjoyed holidaying alone more than they Speaker 2 10 C preferred to stay in the same hotel as before? Speaker 3 11 D liked meeting a wide variety of people? Speaker 4 12 E liked having something in common with other Speaker 5 13 Holidaymakers? F found somebody to talk to if they wanted to? Part 3 Questions 14-23 (10 marks) ·Look at the ten statements for this part. ·You will hear a man introducing an airline promotion program. ·Decide if you think each abatement is right, wrong to not mentioned. ·Mark your answers on the Answer sheet. 14 You are automatically a Bonus club member if you fly first class with Galaxy. A Right B wrong C Not Mentioned 15 You can fly 20.000 miles free on any Galaxy flights if you buy a ticket for a trip from New York to Los Angeles. A Right B wrong C Not Mentioned 16 You can fly to Hawaii free on a Galaxy flight if you buy a ticket for a trip from New York to Seattle. A Right B wrong C Not Mentioned 17 Some of the rewards are refundable in cash. A Right B wrong C Not Mentioned 18 No other airlines in the United states provide as many flights to Asia as the Galaxy Airlines. A Right B wrong C Not Mentioned 19 You are qualified for the bonus miles program if you have a club member card. A Right B wrong C Not Mentioned 20 Any Bonus Miles reward will become available to you as soon as you get off a Galaxy fligh. A Right B wrong C Not Mentioned 21 ―New Youk-JFK‖ stands for ―Kentucky Fried Chicken of New York‖. A Right B wrong C Not Mentioned 22 Only people residing in the U S 48 can get the Bonus Miles Reward. A Right B wrong C Not Mentioned 23 You will get 56 dollars reward if the Bonus Club fails to register for you after you call them through the telephone. A Right B wrong C Not Mentioned Part 4 Questions 24-30 (14 marks) ·Look at the questions for this part. ·You will hear part of a radio program in the interview Mr Berkeley is telling is telling of the functions of a commercial bank. ·For questions 24-30 indicate which of the alternatives A B or C is the most appropriate response. ·Mark one letter A B or C on the Answer sheet. 24 What kinds of problems does a merchant bank solve? A a fundamental problem. B a financial problem. C a functional problem. 25 What sort of service does a merchant bank offer? A Borrowing money. B Lending money. C Managing a company‘s business. 26 What qualifications does a company have to satisfy in order to borrow money from a merchant bank. A It has a good management. B it has sufficient cash. C it sells diversified products. 27 When you say you have $2,000, a banker probably you‘ve actually got A $ 1,000. B $2,000 C $3,000 28 What does the bank usually want in return for the loan? A A proposal to the stock exchange. B A single share of the equity. C to send a man to be a board member. 29 What does a merchant bank hops will happen to the company it has helped? A Being listed on the stock market. B Sudden bankruptcy. C purchase proposal from another bank. 30 At what stage does a merchant bank withdraw its financial support? A When the company nurses its success. B When the Manager takes his money on the public market. 全国出国培训备选人员英语考试（中高级） 练习题 4 听力部分 录音材料 Man BFT: ENGLISH (A-B) Listening test Look at the instructions for part 1 Pause Questions 1-8 You will hear a telephone message and an interview. Write down one word or number in the numbered apaches on the forms below. TELEPHONE MESSAGE (Questions 1-4) Pause Woman: Hello, Liz Ltd. Man: Hello. Could I speak to John Lanlay , please? Man: Oh, yes Tell him Paul Coleman from Premark Co called Mr Lanly said that he‘d demonstrate in our company the new program you‘d just launched I‘d like him to come next Wednesday afternoon. Woman: Mr Paul Coleman, C-O-L-E-M-E-N Man: M-A-N. Woman: Sorry, paramark? Would you spell it for me? Man: Yes. P-A-R-A-,-R-L-K paramark The address is 207 Grand River Avenue. Woman: And your telephone number? Man: 243-1837 Woman: Okay, I‘ve noted that down, I‘ll give him the message as soon as he comes back. Man: Thank you very much. Pause-repeat-pause Man: INETVIEW (Questions 5-8) Look at the questionnaire below. You will hear a job interview between an interviewer and a woman applicant. Listen and complete the questionnaire. Pause Woman: Good morning I‘m Jennifer Gable. Man: It‘s miss isn‘t it? Let me check that I‘ve got these particulars right you name is Gable Jennifer Gable. Woman: Yes. Man: You live at 104 Grand stone Avenue. Woman: That‘s right. Man: Which company are you working for at the moment? Woman: I‘m with Montop Agency in the Design Department. Man: The designing side of things. Woman: We are a little concerned that you haven‘t worked in sales before Do you think you would manage? Woman: Definitely, I‘m good I don‘t with people and quick to learn, I‘ve been learning marketing management for 2 years I don‘t find it difficult to learn new things I‘m also interested in electronics and computers and things like that. Man: Do you speak any languages? Woman: Yes, I do I speak French and German My mother is a teacher of French. Man: That‘s very interesting. Pause-repeat-pause Man: That is the end of part 1 You now one minute to copy your answers on to your Answer sheet. Pause Woman: Now turn to part two, questions 9-13 You will heat fovea different people talking a bout the why they like going on holiday without their family or friends. For Questions 9-13 chooser which of the statements A-F refers to each speaker Use the letters only once There is one extra letter which you do not need to use. Speaker 1: Well, I think you make more of an effort to see things and do things when you‘re on your own And, of course you get to know people The world‘s full of people who are traveling – people of all backgrounds and ages Last year in Malaysia I met a 65 year old woman who‘d just got divorced and had promised herself she‘d see the world we still write to each other that‘s the sort of thing that makes it worthwhile Pause Speaker 2 My colleagues at work seen to think it must be very lonely and I get irritated by that I mean yes of course there comes a time when you want to have a chat or point out something but you can do that anyway you‘re usually so excited about what you‘re doing that you can‘t help turning round and saying Did you see that waterfall? Or whatever, to whoever happens to be standing there. Pause Speaker 3: I always go on holiday alone but usually on special interest holidays so that you‘re with people who like the same kind of thing One of the most exciting things I‘ve done was to take lessons in flying a helicopter and boating holidays, sharing an activity is a wonderful way to make friends and most of the other people tend to be holidaying alone too Pause Speaker 4: I Love being able to please myself about where I go and what I do although not everybody understands this you know other people at the same hotel for example who assume you must be lonely and try to insist that you join in with them even if you have nothing in common That can be annoying but I‘ve also made some very good friends on my travels. Pause Speaker 5: The first tine I went on holiday alone I went on a guided walking tour There were just a dozen of us plus the guide and she was really knowledgeable about the area its history wildlife etc so it was really interesting I learnt a lot and it was much better than I thought it would be because I hadn‘t been too sure about going alone before Pause repeat pause Man: That is the end of part 2 You have one minute to copy your answers on to your Answer sheet. Pause Woman: Now turn to part 3 questions 14-2. Look at the ten statements for this part. You will heat a man introducing an airline promotion program. Decide if you think each statement is tight wrong ot not mentioned Mark your answers on the Answer sheet. Man: Ladies and gentlemen are you going to Asia? Come join us at the Bonus club of Galaxy Airlines and snap lots of rewards Travel to Asian destinations has never been so rewarding simply fly raindrop in First or Business Class via New York Seattle loss angels or san Francisco to any of our Asian destinations Via Tokyo, Osaka Beijing or shanghai during the promotion season and you will earn 20,000 bonus miles. 20,000 miles free 20 thousand That‘s enough miles for an off peak ticket anywhere within the Continental U S or in addition to your normal flight miles, enough for a ticket to Hawaii in central pacific. Galaxy Airlines is your best choice for air travel to Asia we serve more designations in Asia than any other American Airlines And together with our global travel partners, we make getting there and convenient for you. Register and make your reservations today simply pick up the phone and DOA; 800 432 0234 And come and join us at the Bonus club And our hotline desk is 800 423 7656 First come first serve and mystic gifts for the first 1,000 calls and visits. You must be a Bonus club number before then register for this, if you are not yet a member join us first then register for this promotion register for the Asia All-class Bonus Miles promotion before you travel must occur after registration and must be completed no later than March 31,2001. You travel must be roundtrip in F/C class, on nonstop flights between Los Angeles/san Francisco/Seattle New York-JFK and Tokyo/ Osaka/Beijing/ shanghai Bonus miles will be credited to bonus club member accounts within four to six weds after completion on qualifying during promotion You must be a Bonus Club member residing in the U S 48. Make reservations for your trip to Asia through Bonus Club Reservations or call us at 800 432 7656 But we are not responsible for any malfunctions associated with telephone registration or incomplete information. Pause repeat pause Woman: That is the end of part There, You now have one minute to copy your answers on to your Answer sheet. Pause Woman: Now turn to part 4 questions 24-30 Look at the questions for this part. You will heat part of a radio program Mr Berkeley is telling of the usual functions of a commercial bank For questions 24-30. indicate which of the alternatives A B or C is the most appropriate response Mark one letter A B or C on the Answer sheet. Woman: Good afternoon, Mr Berkeley, I understand you work for one of the major merchant banks in the City of London I wonder if you could tell me what you see as being the main functions of a merchant bank? Man: The fundamental function of any merchant bank is to solve a problem And it must be specifically a financial problem, and it must be a problem which cannot be normally solved by a friendly banker around the corner. Woman: I wonder if you could give me a brief run down of the types of services a merchant bank can offer an individual company. Man: Well, I think perhaps it is best in the rapist instance to start off by emphasizing the range of services which a merchant bank can offer it is not basically a lending system though it will lend quite a large amount of money to companies or to individuals or more particularly to finance thongs such as aircraft or ships The second area apart from lending money to people ,is the management of people‘s actual business financial affairs,… Woman: Money manager or round manage? Man: Yes, and I‘m thinking in this contest of a company which wishes to know where to place its surplus cash at the best rate where to borrow from where to buy how to buy, how to buy a company where to raise the funds to buy another company to whether its development should be along this line or that line of a company wants to use the services to raise funds for it ,it has to satisfy the merchant bank that it is firstly sensibly organized financially. Woman: Could you Mr Berkeley could you explain a bit for my audience? Man: That is it the company has a management which can carry out the general functions that it has a product which people want to buy That is it‘s going to be a benefit to the bank either to take to the public or to lend money to Our accountants will look hard at the market, certainly check on all the optimistic hopes of the company because almost invariably bankers cut everybody‘s forecasts in half erm and at the nod of that time the merchant bank will advise the company what form it thinks it should get its money and the best way to do so Quite often it will want to take a share of the equity of that company and quite usually it would require a seat on the board. Woman: Er if you decide to advance money to a particular company, what sort of terms is it usual for a merchant bank to make such advances? Man: Very few bankers will ever lend money unsecured and therefore what one has to do is establish the value of the security tech it‘ll offer I think that this is one of the points which makes the business attractive to a merchant bank and allows it to extend money on a greater risk basis than that of the more traditional lending systems Er what one what a merchant bank inevitably evolves into a marketable proposition for the stock Exchange It‘s difficult for people to forecast success, but this is the point which a merchant bank will look for when it is looking at a company can it in fact take this company to market and then remain a trusted adviser. Listening Part 1 Questions 1-8 (16 marks) · You will hear a telephone message and an interview. · Write down one word or number in the numbered spaces on the forms below. TELEPHONE MESSAGE 1 (Questions 1-4) TELEPHONE MESSAGE For: Bill Milton From: David 1…. Company: 2 …….ltd Company: NO, 3……Market street 248-9852 Message: Could you go for a party after work between 4….. p. m and seven o‘clock on Friday? INTETVIEW (Questions 5-8) · Look at the notes below. · You will hear an interview between Anna Marsh and Jim Davenport. · Listen and complete the notes. Interview Notes Company: GOLD EXPRESS Started in: 1976 Most recent turnover: 5……. Million Growth over 5 years: 54% Managing Director: peter 6….. Total number of customers: 120,000 Number of employees: 7……. Recent staff questionnaire showed: 8……..% enjoyed their work Part 2 Questions 9-13 (10 marks) · You will hear five different people talking about their jobs. ·For Questions 9-13. Choose which of the opinion A-F each speaker expresses. Use the letters only once. ·There is one extra letter which you do not need to use A I like the variety in my work Speaker 1 9 B I find the hours perfect for me Speaker 2 10 C I enjoy the freedom l am given, Speaker 3 11 D I have a good future there Speaker 4 12 E I like the friendly atmosphere Speaker 5 13 F I am glad the work is easy. 全国出国培训备选人员英语考试（中高级） 练习题 5 听力部分录音材料 Man : BFT: ENGLISH(A-B) Listening test Look at the instructions for part 1 Pause Questions 1-8 You will hear a telephone message and an interview. Write down one word or number in the lumbered spaces on the forms below TELEPHONE MESSAGE (Questions 1-4) Pause Woman: Hello pc power. Man: Hello could I speck to Mr Bill Milton, Please? Woman: Oh, I‘m afraid he‘s ort of the office for a few minutes; can I take message for him? Man: Yes please This is David Malcolm from Feleit ltd. like to ask Mr Milton if the could come over to my office on Friday. We are going to have a party after work I‘d like him to meet some of the people here. Woman: Okay I‘ll make a note of it Mr Milton if he could come over to my office on Friday we are going to have a party after work I‘d kike him to meet some of the people here. Man: M-A-L-C-O-L-M, David Malcolm Woman: May, I have the mane of your company again? Man: Yes, it‘s Fileit Ltd F-I-L-E-I-T it‘s in Market Street at, NO 1750. I‘d like him to come between 5:30 p m and seven o‘clock he an get me at 248-9852. Woman: okay, Mr I‘ll leave him the message Man: Thank you very much Bye. Pause repeat pause Pause Man: INTERVIEW (Questions 5-8) Look at the notes below. You will heat an interview between Anna Marsh and Jim Davenport. Listen and complete the motes Pause Man: Gold Express Jim Davenport. Woman: Morning This is Anna Marsh from Business Review You said you‘d give me some information for the article I‘m doing on delivery companies. Man: Ah, yes… Woman: So, when did Gold Express start doing business? Man: Well, it had been in business for 10 years when I joined it in 1986 so means it was set up in 1976 Woman: I see And what‘s your annual turnover? Man: Well it had been in business for 10 years when I joined it in 1986, so that mesa it was set up in 1976. Woman: I see And what‘s you‘re annual turnover? Man: £118 similar companies have only grown by 8 to 9% in the last due to our MD peter Mackintosh That‘s spelled M-A-C-K-I-N-T-O-S-H He‘s dome a great job. Woman: What ideas has he brought to the company? Man: Well, first a very positive attitude to customer opinion we have 120,000 customers, and we amend questionnaires to 4,000 of those every 8 weeks. Woman: That must be very useful for you Man: And we encourage all our staff –there are 7,500 now because we‘ve taken on another 450 this year –to give opinions too last month 76% of staff said they were totally satisfied with work here –that‘s 10%more than last time! Woman: That‘s great. Thanks. Pause –repeat –pause Man: That is the end of part 1 you mow have one minute to copy your answers on to your Answer Sheet. pause Woman: Now turn to Part Two, questions 9-13 You will hear five different people talking about their jobs. For Questions 9-13, choose which of the opinion A-F each speaker expresses. Use the letters only once. There is one extra letter which you do not need to use. Speaker 1: Well being a hotel receptionist suits me down to the ground I mean I never dreamt I‘ d end up doing so little but getting a decent s alary I thought when I started that it was going to be a struggle to keep up with everything but it‘s turned out to be absolutely ideal There‘s MOTHING I can‘t deal with and some days I‘m even looking for things to do I‘m not sure if it‘s always going to be like that but right now I just can‘t believe my luck! Speaker 2: I might not be making much at the moment but I reckon I will be before too long. You know the other day the boss came up to me and said, ―Carry on like this and you‘ll really go places here. You‘ve got a real gift for selling on the phone ‖ well I was pretty busy at the time and I didn‘t take it in till I got home and then I thought, ―Nobody in that place has ever said anything like that to me before. I could be on my way up‖ Speaker 3: What‘s really different about this computing job for me is that, for once I don‘t nave anyone breaching down my own room without anyone bothering me I‘ve got a lot of responsibility actually, and I have to watch what decisions I make but at least I don‘t have people criticizing me all day of course I don‘t get involved in the office gossip, but well, I don‘t really miss all that. Speaker 4: I know this might sound daft, because the job itself is actually rather dull, but I can‘t wait to go in there in the morning it doesn‘t take me long to get there and the journey back‘s just as quick but what I really like is how much fun the others might not end up doing it for long but we have such a laugh that it makes up for how boring the work is. Speaker 5: What appeals to me is that I never know what‘s going to come up from one day to the next. Sometimes there‘s not that much on and I can get away early, and other times it‘s frantic and I have to stay on late it‘s certainly good experience if I want to go to a bigger travel agency one day, but I‘ve no plans to at the moment I mean, there‘s always something new to learn something unexpected to deal with. Pause-repeat-pause Man: That is the end of part 2 You now have one copy your answers on to your Answer sheet. Pause Woman: Now turn to part 3 questions 14-23 Look at the ten statements for this part, You will neat a man doing a profile presentation of Bangkok capital city of Thailand Decide if you think each statement is right wrong or not mentioned. Mark your answers on the Answer sheet. Bangkok is an expression of the Thais ‗ respects for tradition coupled with their vibrant involvement with modem progress, it is the capital in every sense of the word it is where the royal Family resides, it is the seat of government and administration and it is the focal point for virtually all major industrial, commercial and financial activity it is the country‘s main port and home to one tenth of the Kingdom‘s population and with 9 universities a position as the educational center of Thailand such and all important role is reflected in the capital‘s proper name in Thai, Wrung Thep. this translates as city of angels in English . Bangkok is a relatively recent capital city, reflecting the many invasions from and wars with surrounding nations Bangkok was established as the capital in 1782, based on what was then only a village situated on the banks of the Chao phraya River, 25 kilometers from the Gulf of Thailand. From its small, village beginnings the city mow has a population of over 6 million, spread out over a huge area in contrasts to the rest of the mostly rural nation it is undoubtedly the most advanced place in the country with most of Thailand‘s wealth concentrated there the population and surface area are still increasing as the city attracts people seeking opportunities, and fortunes from all over the country. Bangkok has to be seen to be believed it is famous culturally for the beautiful architecture of its royal residences and temples there are over 400 of them it is impossible to understand the fascination unless you have heard the temple bells jangling in the breeze, seen the sun setting in a blaze of gold behind the dark outlines of up-curved roofs smelled bananas baking on a pavement stall or tasted mangoes straight from the tree. Of course there are also the horrors I‘d been warned about urban pollution, traffic jams in which you wonder why you traveled thousands of miles just to sit motionless in a taxi for a couple of hours urban development that has noting to do with ancient Thai culture. Parse-repeat-pause Woman: That is the end of part Three you now have one minute to copy your answers on to your answer sheet. Pause Woman: Now turn to part 4 questions 24-30. Look at the questions for this part. You will hear a radio presenter interviewing a businessman called Jim O‘Brien For questions 24-30 indicate which of the alternatives A B or C is the moat appropriate response. Mark one letter A B or C on the Answer sheet. Woman: Well Jim can we start by going through a typical day for you? Man: I usually get up at around 5 am I drive in from my horse to the office in London I get very frustrated sitting in traffic jams so I leave early to beat the rush enjoy to beat the rush I enjoy driving in it‘s nice to get away on my own. Woman: That‘s certainly an early start! Man: Yes well, at 6.30am I get into the office I use the time to get through my post and do the things that are difficult to do during the moral working day because of people wanting to see me Between the hours of 8 and 9 I take care of any European business which needs doing. Woman: that a schedule! Do you find it exhausting? Man: Exhausting, no But, unfortunately most of my time is spent in the meetings now, which doesn‘t really suit my type of personality I much prefer the hands- on approach – I would rather be out chatting to people than sitting in the boardroom preparing policies and strategies –bet that is a luxury I can‘t afford. Woman: Could you tell us how you started with your company hacker? Man: I got into hacker almost by accident I was chief executive of a meat trading firm called FMC Harris, which was subject to a hostile take-over At 9 am one morning my boss was fired, and by 9.10 am I was out too. I spent eight weeks with no job, a wife and children to support and a house to pay for then I as approached by Hacker to set up a UK branch US to discuss it I was chasing them! Woman: it‘s a big company who do you actually work with on a daily basis? Man: The rest of the management team arrives at around 9 am I work closely with a team of six including my PA Alice Lang she is an integral part of the management system I was lucky to find her as it‘s almost impossible to find the right person for the job The ideal employee is someone who is willing to work hard and someone who can adapt to the way we work. Woman: Uh-huh Right, so let‘s get you up to lunch-time After your early start you must be ready for lunch quite early too. Man: Yes though the actual time varies from day to day I try to a void business I unties because I still have the afternoon ahead to contend with I don‘t enjoy lengthy meals so I usually just have a sandwich in the office with Alice. Woman: And are there any changes planned for the future? Man: people ask me of I get frustrated or bored, but the job changes constantly this year we are moving away from wholesale office sale and more into high street retail sales of home computers this is mew ground for hacker and presents me ninth a fresh set of challenges. Woman: Jim, we hear a lot about people working long hours these days when do you famish work. Man: I am not the sort of person who enjoys working late I try to get home by…. Pause- repeat-pause Woman: That is the ends of part Four You now have two minutes to copy your answers on to your Answer sheet. Pause This is the end of the test.
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