3．理解函数y =?(x)与其反函数y =?-1(x)之间的关系(定义域、值域、图像)，会求单调函数的反函数。
选择题共 5题，每小题 4 分，总分20分；
填空题共10题，每小题 4 分，总分40分； 计算题共 8题， 总分60分； 综合题共 3题，每小题10分，总分30分。
第一部分：听力理解（暂不考）（PartⅠ: Listening Comprehension）。共20题，考试时间为30分钟。这一部分共有四种形式，每次考试选择其中的三种形式。第一种形式为单句（statement），共10题，每题一个句子。录音只放一遍。每题0.5分；第二种形式为对话（conversation），共10题，每题一组对话，对话后有一个问句。录音只放一遍。每题1分；第三种形式为短文（passage）。一篇约150至200词的短文和5个问题。问题在试卷册上印出。录音放两遍。每题1分；第四种形式为听写填空（spot dictation）。一篇约150词的短文，其中空出10个空格，要求考生填入正确的词或词组，录音放三遍。每一空格0.5分。
第三部分：词语用法和语法结构（PartⅢ: Vocabulary and Structure）。共30题，考试时间20分钟。题目中词和短语的用法占50%，语法结构占50%。要求考生从每题4个选择项中选出一个最佳答案。
第四部分：完形填空或英译汉（PartⅣ: Cloze Test or English to Chinese Translation）。这一部分共两种形式，每次考试选择其中一种形式。完形填空共20题，考试时间20分钟。在一篇题材熟悉、难度适中的短文（约200词）中留有20个空白，每个空白为一题，每题有4个选择项，要求考生在全面理解文章内容的基础上选出一个最佳答案，使短文的意思和语言结构恢复完整。填空的词项包括结构词和实义词。综合填空的目的是测试学生综合运用语言的能力。
PartⅠ. Listening Comprehension
Section A: 10 Statements
Directions: In this section, you will hear 10 statements. Each sentence will be spoken just once. The sentence you hear will not be written out for you. After you hear each sentence, read the four choices in your test paper, marked, A, B, C, and D, and decide which one is closest in meaning to the sentence you heard. Then, on your Answer Sheet, find the number of the question and fill in the space that corresponds to the letter of answer you have chosen.
1. A. She should have her ears examined.
B. She must listen to her teacher.
C. She didn‘t pay attention to her teacher‘s opinion.
D. She always does what the teacher tells her.
2. A. The plane left at 12:30 A. M.
B. The plane left at 12:00 noon.
C. The plane left at 11:30 P. M.
D. The plane left at 1:00 P. M.
3. A. Pat went to the party with John.
B. John was invited to Pat‘s party.
C. John would not go to the party.
D. Pat did not go to the party.
4. A. The tour was worth the time but not the money.
B. The tour was not worth the time or the money.
C. The tour was worth both the time and the money.
D. The tour was not worth the time
5. A. I wrote you a letter.
B. I called you.
C. I let her call you.
D. I went to see you.
6. A. There was plenty of time to get there.
B. We needed more time to get there.
C. We had to get there in time.
D. We had a good time when we got there.
7. A. She failed the test.
B. She needed more time to finish the test.
C. In spite of her studying she found the test difficult.
D. She did well on the test because she studied hard.
8. A. Despite its being rush hour, there was little traffic.
B. There was not much traffic because it was rush hour.
C. There was a lot of traffic because it was rush hour.
D. Rush hour is before dark.
9. A. Although she has a scholarship, Ellen cannot attend the University.
B. Ellen cannot get a scholarship until the University accepts her.
C. Ellen attends the University on a scholarship.
D. If Ellen gets a scholarship, she can attend the University.
10. A. We got good seats although we were late.
B. We did not get good seats because we were late.
C. We were too late, but we got good seats.
D. We got good seats because we arrived on time.
Section B: Conversations
Directions: In this section, you will hear 10 short conversations. At the end of each conversation, a question will be asked about what was said. The conversation and the question will be spoken only once. After each conversation, 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 the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center.
11. A. Finish the work.
B. Wait until next morning.
C. Go home.
D. Have a rest there.
12. A. The woman has chosen a color.
B. The woman doesn‘t care which color is chosen.
C. The woman is concerned about the color.
D. The woman has chosen a different color.
13. A. At the stationer‘s.
B. In the department store.
C. At the bank.
D. In the classroom.
14. A. After the woman.
B. Ahead of the woman.
C. At the same time as the woman.
D. Later than the woman.
15. A. She is easy-going.
B. She is an ill-natured person.
C. She looks mean, but deep down she is kind.
D. She is strict with her students.
16. A. The man himself.
B. The man‘s mother.
C. The cleaner.
D. The woman.
17. A. $20.58.
18. A. At the restaurant.
B. At the man‘s clothes store.
C. In the cinema.
D. In a supermarket.
19. A. Interviewer and interviewee.
B. Manger and clerk.
C. Shop-girl and consumer.
D. Landlady and tenant.
20. A. One hour.
B. An hour and a half.
C. Half an hour.
D. Three quarters.
Section C: Spot Dictation
Directions: In this part, you will hear a passage three times. The passage is printed on your test paper with 10 blanks. Listen carefully and fill in the blanks with the missing words you have just heard.
More and more people today are realizing the importance of physical exercise.
There are many different forms of exercise to different tastes. For example, those who sports may take up ball games. If they exercise alone, they can have a run or take a walk in the morning or in the evening. sports that are, people can always find one or more sports that are suitable to them.
However, the of physical exercise must be chosen carefully. More harm than good will if people choose the wrong form of exercise. For the aged, Qigong or Tai ji Boxing will suit them better than competitive sports. Those who have little spare time may have a regular run in the morning. Only if the kind of exercise is chosen and performed regularly, will it their health, work and study.
Part Ⅱ. Reading Comprehension
Directions: There are 4 passages in this part. Each of the first three passages is followed by some questions or unfinished statements. For each of them there are four choices marked A), B), C) and D). You should decide on the best choice. Answer the questions on the fourth passage. Questions 31 to 35 are based on the following passage.
People are making more and more demands on the world‘s natural resources. If babies born in 1991 live for 80 years, the human population of the world may be anything from twice to three times the present total by 2070. In other words, they will have to share what is left of the earth‘s resources with between 10 and 15 billion other people. But hopefully there will be a significant decrease in the growth of population. What if this does not happen? The answer is that by the time before the babies born in 1991 reach the age of 40 they could be sharing resources with as many as 10 billion other people.
Limiting the pollution of water and the atmosphere, controlling the output of the chemicals that may be causing global warming the climate change, and eating less meat may go some way to help, but can anyone seriously imagine that these are going to solve the problems of the ―baby class‖of ‘ 91?
There is no getting away from the fact that people are responsible for the present state of the world, and only people can solve the problems. The decisions have to be taken by people as members of national and local governments; as leaders and decision-makers in industry; as scientists and technologists; as professional engineers and designers; as religious leaders and as
31. Which of the following can be the title for this passage?
A. Making More Demands on the Natural Resources.
B. Limiting the Pollution of Air and Water.
C. Reducing the World Population.
D. Saving the Babies of ‘91?
32. What is meant by ―the problems of the ?baby class‘ of ‘91‖?
A. A large number of babies will be born after 1991.
B. Babies born in 1991 won‘t live a long life.
C. The children of 1991 are not given good education.
D. The world will be over populated in 40 years.
A. a news report
B. a science fiction
C. an article by a medical worker
D. a government report
A. limiting the pollution is of the great importance
B. not all the people know how to save our planet
C. our planet is becoming warmer because of the pollution
D. we should eat less so that more people can be fed
35. Which of the following is NOT mentioned in the last paragraph as people responsible for the present state of the world?
Questions 36 to 40 are based on the following passage.
Accidents are the major cause of death for all young people under 35. They are the fourth most frequent cause of death for all age groups in the U. S. —fourth only to heart disease, cancer and stroke. Each year thousands of Americans lost their lives in accidents, and thousands are permanently crippled.
By far the most common types of home accidents are falls. Each year over ten thousand Americans meet death in this way, within the four walls of their home, or in yards around their house. Nine out of ten of the victims are over 65. But people of all ages experience serious injuries as a result of home falls. It is impossible to guess how many injuries result from falls, but they must run into millions.
Falls can be a problem for all ages. In the process of growing up, children or teenagers often
will fall. Fortunately their bodies are springy, so they may suffer only skinned knees, bumps and bruises. But in an older person, the same fall may cause a broken arm, leg, and hip or other injury that requires hospitalization or medical care. As a person grows older, he may not fall any more often, but the result usually are more serious and may even be fatal.
Preschool children are often killed by falls from open windows and porches. Their normal curiosity and the urge to climb lead them to dangerous heights. Therefore, it is a parent‘s duty to keep small children away from stairways, open windows and porch railing. Gates, bars, and other means of protection should be used whenever possible.
Adults fall because they don‘t look where they are going. Running or taking two steps at a time invites falls. In trying to save an extra trip up the stairs by loading his arms with bundles or boxes that keep him from seeing where he is going, an adult may find it safer to make an extra trip.
36. The most common type of home accidents is .
37. In this passage the author states that .
A. seat belts save lives
B. most accidents are avoidable
C. heart disease is the greatest killer of Americans
D. the death rate from work-related injuries is increasing
38. Most victims of falls are at least 65 years of age because .
A. old people fall more often than younger people
B. bones become stiff and brittle with age
C. elderly people take unnecessary risks
D. old people don‘t look where they are going as a result of poor eyesight
39. Adults are injured in falls as a result of .
40. From the page we may conclude that A. as a cause of death in America, accidents rank first
B. the risk of accidents increases with a person‘s age
C. the head is injured more than any other part of the body
D. most people do not realize how serious falls can be
Questions 41 to 45 are based on the following passage.
Each year millions of people suffer from the effect of alcohol and drug abuse, getting into illness, crime and death.
In the United States alone, 10 to 12 million men and women and their loved ones and families suffer from alcohol. Additional millions abuse alcohol at great cost in health and in lost productivity.
In Canada, it is said, ―Alcohol increases business—for hospitals, ambulance drivers, doctors, and nurses.‖
Alcohol abuse and dangerous drugs have swept through Europe. Soviet culture, too, is paying enormous social and economic costs.
Developing nations are bothered by drup problems—both ancient and modern. In this part of the world hundreds of millions request doctor to ease their miseries and problems in life.
These methods of coping are unhealthy solutions! It is time we understood why and found the way out of today‘s greatest social problem surrounding this supposedly advanced 20th century.
41. This passage is primarily about A. the worldwide drug and alcohol abuse
B. the greatest social problem in Europe
C. the methods of coping with alcohol abuse
D. the enormous cost in health and in lost productivity
42. How many people in the United States have suffered form alcohol abuse?
A. About 5%~6% of the whole population.
B. About one fourth of the population.
C. 10 to 12 million people and their families.
D. Hundreds of millions.
43. Which of the following Statements is NOT true?
A. Alcohol and drug abuse is becoming a burning question.
B. The author suggests that the public cope with alcohol and drug abuse.
C. The alcohol abuse has damaged health.
D. Addicting agents come into being to treat the addicts.
44. The author strongly implies that the public should A. reveal the relationship of heavy drinking and illness
B. help drug users to ease their miseries
C. take measures to improve alcohol business
D. seek for proper solutions to drug problems in time
45. According to the author, the drug abuse problem in Soviet Union A. is costing more money than in Europe
B. cannot be solved because it cost too much money
C. becomes a threat to society
D. is also severe
Questions 46 to 50 are based on the following passage. Complete each of the sentences with less than 10 words.
I have been studying optimists（乐观主义者）and pessimists（悲观主义者）for the past 25 years. The defining characteristic of pessimists is that they tend to believe bad events will last a long time, will undermine everything they do, and are their own fault. The optimists, who are confronted with the same hard knocks of this world, think about misfortune in the opposite way. They tend to believe defeat is just a temporary setback, that its causes are confined to this case. The optimists believe defeat is not fault; circumstances, bad luck, or other people brought it about. Such people are not bothered by defeat. Confronted by a bad situation, they perceive it as a challenge and try harder.
These two habits about thinking about causes have consequences. Literally hundreds of studies show that pessimists give up more easily and get depressed more often. These experiments also show that optimists do much better in school and at work. They regularly exceed the predictions of aptitude tests. When optimists run for office, they are more apt to be elected than pessimists are. Their health is unusually good. Evidence suggests they may even live longer.
Twenty-five years of study has convinced me that if we habitually believe, as does the pessimist, that misfortune is our fault, is enduring, and will undermine everything we do, more of it will happen to us if we believe otherwise. I am also convinced that if we are in the grip of this view, we will even get physically sick more often. Pessimistic prophecies（预言）are self-fulfilling.
46. What has the author been doing in the past 25 years?
47. What is the striking characteristic of the pessimist?
48. What is typical of the optimist?
49. The consequence of the pessimist doing is that .
50. So, we can come to the conclusion that PartⅢ Vocabulary and Structure
Directions: There are 30 incomplete sentences in this part. For each sentence there are four choices marked A), B), C), and D). Choose the one that best completes the sentence. Then mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center.
51. It won‘t be long we know each other well.
A) awkward B) amazed B) until D) before 52. The shy girl felt and uncomfortable when she could not answer her teacher‘s
D) amused B) that D) than B) used to be
D) had been
B) able to
D) able of
B) at home
B) you not speak
D) your not speaking 53. No sooner had he sat down to lunch there was a knock at the door. 54. She is studying medical science now, but she a lawyer. A) would be C) formerly were A) On 55. the whole, it was a successful evening. C) From 56. The computer of this kind is handling with all kinds of information. A) capable to C) capable of A) in the room C) fine 58. I‘rudely to her. A) that you won‘t speak C) you didn‘t speak
C) what it 59. He didn‘t thank me for the present. That is annoyed me. B) how it D) what
60. The climate in the mountain area has seriously in the mountain area has a serious upon his health.
A) effected, affect
C) affected, affect
B) affected, effect D) affected, effect B) junior D) better B) apt D) adept B) As a teacher he is
D) Teacher as he is
B) should rain
D) rained 61. This brand of products is to that in quality. 62. One must try his best to to the new environment. 63. , he is not capable of teaching. A) A teacher as he is C) As a teacher A) will rain C) rains 64. If it tomorrow, we won‘t go for a picnic.
65. We knew she wasn‘t English she began to speak.
B) until D) as C) the moment
66. We were struck by the extent which teachers‘ decisions served the interest of the school rather than those of the students.
A) to B) for
C) in D) with 67. It is desirable that he. A) gives up trying C) would give up
the Nobel Prize for Peace.
A) that B) because C) since D) for
69. The mere fact most people believe nuclear war would be madness does not mean that it will not occur.
A) what B) which C) that D) why
70. from space, our earth, with water covering 70% of its surface, appears as a ―blue planet‖.
A) Seeing B) To be seen
C) Seen D) Having seen 71. Mr. Johnson preferred heavier work to do. A) to be given C) to have given
percent over last year.
A) to B) of
C) with B) economic D) financial B) hadn‘t been D) am not D) by 73. The government has got a deficit（赤字）of 20 billion dollars. A) economical C) monetary A) haven‘t been C) wasn‘t A) deserve C) preserve
B) to be giving D) having given B) give up trying D) is going to give up trying 68. It was he had made such great contributions to the world peace that he won 72. This year‘s total output value of industry and agriculture will increase 5 74. I very successful in my work so far. 75. I‘d like to a special seat for the concert of May 3. B) reserve D) conserve B) bring forward
D) come true
B) has not to 76. We must that our customs and habits are different from theirs. A) take into account C) keep in mind A) mustn‘t 77. She be Canadian because she‘s got a British passport.
A) persist C) dissuade
D) needn‘t B) persuade D) convince
78. I was able at last to my friend to take my advice.
79. A man of words and not of deeds is a garden full of weeds.
80. George doesn‘t trust anyone. He won‘t lend you any you promise in writing to pay him back.
B) in case
C) as long as D) until
Part Ⅳ. cloze
Directions: There are 20 blanks in the following passage. For each blank there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. You should choose the one that best fits into the passage.
Smoking, which may be a pleasure for some people, is a serious source of discomfort for their fellows.
medical authorities express their about the effect of smoking the health not only who must unintentionally（无意地）breathe the air polluted by tobacco smoke may 86 more than the smokers themselves. As you are in an effort to the university to ban （禁止）smoking in the classrooms. I believe they are completely right their aim. , I would hope that it is to achieve this by the smokers to use good judgment and show concern others rather than by regulation.
Smoking is by laws in theaters and in halls used for films as well as in laboratories where there be a fire hazard（危险）. Elsewhere, it is up to your good sense. I am asking you to maintain in the auditoriums（礼堂），classrooms and seminar rooms. This will prove that you have the non-smokers‘ health and well being which is very important to a large number of our students.
81. A. Still 83. A. on 84. A. to
B. More B. doubt B. in
B. about B. smokers B. suffer B. awake B. persuade B. of
D. Further D. pleasure D. to D. of D. students D. tolerate D. informed D. joined D. tell D. for D. Moreover D. possible
82. A. concern
C. interest C. with C. with C. people C. aware C. cause C. in
C. Further C. capable
85. A. non-smokers 86. A. endure 87. A. realize 88. A. linked 89. A. make 90. A. to
91. A. But then 92. A. likely
C. suffer from C. associated
B. However B. probable
93. A. pleading 94. A. with
B. begging B. for
B. stopped B. should
C. insisting C. to
C. pressed C. may C. finally
D. calling on D. in D. prevented D. exhibiting D. must D. so D. Non smoke D. on your mind
95. A. prohibited 96. A. playing 97. A. will
B. demonstrating C. showing B. therefore
98. A. reluctantly 99. A. ―No Smoking‖ 100. A. by heart Part Ⅴ. Writing
B. ―Non Smoking‖ C. ―Not Smoke‖ B. from your heart C. in mind
Directions: For this part, you are allowed thirty minutes to write a composition on the topic ―Hobbies‖. You must base your composition on the following instructions ( given in English).
1. Hobbies are activities in which one participates strictly for amusement. 2. Some people collect things as a hobby. 3. My hobby is
Part Ⅰ Listening Comprehension Script： Key to Section A (Statements)
(C) 1. She should have listened to her teacher‘s advice.
(A) 2. Their flight was scheduled to depart at noon, but the plane was delayed for half an hour.
(D) 3. Pat refused to accept John‘s invitation to the party. (B) 4. The tour was worth neither the time nor the money.
(B) 5. I was going to write you a letter, but I decide to call you instead. (A) 6. We had more than enough time to get there.
(C) 7. Although Mary studied hard for the test, there were a lot of questions she couldn‘t answer.
(A) 8. The traffic was very light even though it was rush hour. (D) 9. Ellen can‘t go to the University unless she gets a scholarship. (B)10. If we had arrived on time, we would have gotten good seats. (A)11. M: I‘m so tired I think I‘ll go home now.
W: I have to stay up until I finish the work. Q: What will the woman do?
(B)12. M: Which color would you choose? W: It makes no difference to me.
Q: What do we learn from this talk?
(C)13. M: I‘d like to cash a check. May I borrow your pen? W: Sure. Don‘t you have an account here?
Q: Where does the conversation take place? (B)14. M: Hi! I hope I haven‘t kept you waiting long.
W: Listen, I just got here myself. Q: When did the man arrive?
(D)15. M: I‘m always nervous when I‘m around the teacher.
W: Me, too. I believe she is too hard on us. Q: How do the students think of their teacher? (B)16. W: Do you do your own laundry?
M: No, my mother does my shirts; and I take my suits to the cleaner‘s. Q: who washes the man‘s shirts?
(C)17. M: How much did the trousers you‘re wearing cost?
W: Well, the material cost me $58.00 and the tailor charged me with $20.58. Q: How much is all together?
(A)18. M: This menu is huge. I‘m starving. What looks good to you?
W: Don‘t bother. Everything sounds good to me. Q: Where does the conversation take place?
(D)19. M: Yes? Can I help you?
W: Yes. Do you still have that apartment for rent? Q: What‘s the probable relationship between the two?
(C)20. M: If we hurry we can take the subway and save am hour, can‘t we?
W: Yes, the subway takes only half an hour to get there. Q: How long does it take to get there by the subway? Section C (Spot Dictation) 21. regular 26. In short 31. C 40. D
22. suit 27. form 33. A 42. C
23. competitive 28. result
35. C 44. D
24. prefer to 29. properly 37. C
25. Besides 30. benefit 39. C
Part Ⅱ. Reading Comprehension
32. D 41. A
34. B 43. D
36. B 45. D
46. Studying the optimists and the pessimists. 47. Misfortunes are their own fault and will last long. 48. Defeat is a temporary setback, which they‘ll challenge. 49. they give up more easily and get depressed more often. 50. trying to be optimistic is good to our study, work and health Part Ⅲ. Vocabulary and structure 51. D 60. B 69. C 78. B
52. A 61. C 70. C 79. D
53. D 62. A 71. A 80. A
54. B 63. D 72. D
55. A 64. C 73. D
56. C 65. C 74. A
57. B 66. A 75. B
58. C 67. B 76. C
59. D 68. B 77. C
Part Ⅳ: Close
99. A 82. A 91. B 100. C
Hobbies are activities in which one participates strictly for amusement. A hobby can be almost anything. Music is most popular. Many people play musical instruments. They play simply for fun in their free hours. Sports provide other favorite hobbies. Bicycling, skating, tennis and countless other sports are enjoyed by millions of people.
Some people collect things as a hobby. Stamps, coins, and paintings are all popular collections, and valuable, too. There are still hundreds of others, not necessarily valuable but still interesting, such as seashell collections, bottle collections, and so on. Gardening and cooking are two examples of common activities that become hobbies for many people. They devote a great deal of their spare time to them.
My hobby is playing guitar. I have been playing it since my first year in collage. I like to sing along when I play, too. My friends tell me that I am very good at it, but I don‘t know whether it is true. To me it is just an enjoyable hobby.
PartⅠ. Listening Comprehension
Section A: 10 Statements
Directions: In this section, you will hear 10 statements. Each sentence will be spoken just once. The sentence you hear will not be written out for you. After you hear each sentence, read the four choices in your test paper, marked, A, B, C, and D, and decide which one is closest in meaning to the sentence you heard. Then, on your Answer Sheet, find the number of the question and fill in the space that corresponds to the letter of the answer you have chosen.
1. A. Channel Three Carries CBS news.
B. Channel Six carries CBS news.
C. Channel Thirteen carries CBS news.
D. Channel Thirty carries CBS news.
2. A. A used book is $6 cheaper than a new book.
B. A used book costs $2.50.
C. Mary saved $3.50. 83. A 92. D 84. D 93. D 85. A 94. B 86. B 95. A 87. C 96. C 88. D 97. C 89. B 98. B PartⅤ: Writing
D. A new book costs $8.50.
3. Bill‘s sister graduated.
B.Whne Bill graduated, his sister was proud of him.
C. Bill was very proud of his sister.
D. Bill was very proud when he graduated.
4. A. It is very dangerous to practice driving at the shopping center.
B. Some places are better to practice driving than the shopping center
C. It is better mot to practice driving at the shopping center.
D. The shopping center is the best place to practice driving.
5. A. Both of my children came.
B. Only my son came.
C. Only my daughter came.
D. Neither of my children came.
6. A. The new students are not homesick.
B. The new students used to be homesick, but they are mot homesick now.
C. The new students have not been very long.
D. since I have here longer than the new students, I am mot homesick.
7. A. Mrs. Smith has traveled less than her husband has.
B. Mrs. Smith always travels with her husband.
C. Mrs. Smith husband does not travel very far.
D. Neithe Mrs. Smith nor her husband travel very much any more.
8. A. You should go to Florida again this year.
B. Although you usually go to Florida, this year you should go to California instead.
C. This year you should go to Florida instead of to California.
D.You should return to California this year.
9. A. John always tells secrets.
B. John never tells secrets.
C. John is meant to tell secrets.
D. John keeps secrets.
10. A. Mr. Smith stopped drinking when his doctor told him that he had to.
B. Mr. Smith‘s doctor did not stop drinking.
C. Mr. Smith drinks in spite of his doctor‘s advice.
Section B: Conversations
Directions: In this section, you will hear 10 short conversations. At the end of each conversation, a question will be asked about what was said. The comversation and the question will be spoken only once. After each conversation, there will be a pause. During the pause, you must read the four choices marked A, B, C, and D, and deside which is the best answer. Then mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a sing line through the center.
11. A. To the hospital
B. To the beach.
C. To the a department store.
D. To a parking area.
12. A. Registration.
B. When the line breaks.
C. People who don‘t wait their turn.
D. How long the line is.
13. A. Because he wanted to meet the woman‘s parents.
B. Because he didn‘t know the woman‘s plans.
C. Because he goes to a country house each August.
D. Because he won‘t be able to take a holiday.
15. A. Friends.
B. Late for the meeting.
C. Hurry to the meeting.
D. Take a bus.
16. A. Friends.
B. Doctor and patient.
C. Solesman and consumer.
D. Teacher and student.
17. A. He can‘t read the clock.
B. He can‘t write.
C. He can‘t speak.
D. He can‘t read books.
18. A. 5:10 B. 5:00
C. 10:05 D. 9:55
19. A. In a bakery. B. In a restaurant.
C. On a farm. D, Ina hotel.
20. A.$5. B. $4.5.
Directions: In this section, you will hear one short passage. At the end of the passage, you will hear five questions, both the passage and the questions will be spoken twice. After you hear the question, you must choos the best answer from the four choices marked A, B, C, and D. then mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center.
1. Who is the speaker?
A. The head of the student organization.
B. The dean of students.
C. The director of Butler Hall.
D. A college professor.
2. Which group of students is the speaker addressing?
A. Those who will be on campus during a vacation.
B. Those who work part-time in the administration of –fices.
C. Those who normally live Butler Hall.
D. Those who will be moving on campus in a few months.
3. Which season of the year is it?
A. Spring. B. Summer.
C. Fall. D. winter.
4. For how long will the dormitories remain closed?
A. For weekend. B. For five days.
C. for ten days. D. For two weeks.
5. Which statement is TRUE about college facilities during the vacation period?
A. Only a few facilities will be closed.
B. Most facilities will be closed.
C. Most facilities will operate on a reduced schedule.
D. All facilities will be open.
PartⅡ. Reading comprehension
Directions: There are 4passages in this part. Each of the first three passages is followed by some questions or unfinished statements. For each of them there are four choices marked A), B), C) and D). you should decide on the best choice. Answer the questions on the four passages. Questions 26 to 30 are based on the following passage.
When we meet another person for the first time, we are actually flooded with new information. Almost at once, we notice his appearance, style of dress, and monner of speech. Furthermore, as we listen to what he has to say and observe the things he does, we begin to form some ideas of what kind of person hisand what he intends to do. As you know from your own experience, though, we do not only gather these separate pieces of information. Instead, we go further and combine them into a unified picture. In short, we form an overall im pression of each person we meet-an impression that can be favorable or unfavorable. But how precisely do we perform this task? How do we combine so much different information into a clear first impression with such quick speed?
Expressed very simply our impressions of others seem to represent a weighted average of all information that can be gathered about them. That is, they reflect a process in which all information we have about others is averaged to gether—but with some facts, or input receiving greater sense. For example, in forming an impression of a new boss you would probably be influedced to a much greater degree by how this person gives you orders ( whether respectfully or not ) than by the color of his or her eyes. The fact that not all information about other persons affects our impressions of them to the same degree, raises an important question: Just what kinds of input receive the greatest weight? Again research provides some revealing(发人深思) an-swers.
26. This passage is mainly about_______.
A. how our first impressions are expressed.
B. how our first impressions are formed.
C. how we can favorably impress others.
D. how first impression affect our lives.
27. According to the passage, the first impression is_______.
A. the result of quick look.
B. not based on enough information.
C. a combination of pieces of information.
D. the observation of what a person does.
28. Research has shown that first impressions are generally more influenced by______.
A. the way others spesk.
B. appearance and styule of dress.
C. all information we have.
D. certain types of information at hand.
29. The word ―weight‖in the last paragraph is closest in meaning to_______.
A. amount B. research
C. importance D. burden
30. The following paragraph will most probably siscuss______.
A. wrong first impression of other people.
B. selected information for forming first impression.
C. the importance of first impression in job situation.
D. ways of making good first impression.
Questions 31 to 35 are based on the follwing passage.
It is plain that in the year 2020 everyone will have at his elbow several times more mechanical energy than he has to-day.
There will be advances in biological knowledge as far-reaching as those that have been made in physics.
We are only beginning to learn that we can control ourbiological environment as well as our physical world population: by Malthus in about 1800‘by Cripples in about 1900. it was and the second time by using the new fertilizers. In the year 2020, starvation will be headed off by the control of the dis-eases and the herdity(遗传) of plants and animals –by shaping our own biological environment.
Now I come back to the haunting theme of automation. The most common species in the factory today is the man who works or minds a simple in the factory today is the man who works or minds a simple machine—the operator. By the year 2020, the repedtitive tasks of industry will be taken over by the machines, as the heavy tasks were over long ago; and the mental tedium(乏味) will go the way of physi cal exhaustion. Thoday we still distinguish, even among repetitive jobs, between the skilled and the unskilled; but in the year 2020 all repetition will be unskilled. We simply waste our time if we oppose this change; it is as inevitable as the year 2020 itself.
31. The article was written to _______.
A. warn us of the impending(即将发生) starvation
B. present facts about life in the near future
C. oppose biological advances
D. warn of the evil side of automation
32. Advances in biological knowledge
A. kept pace with advances in physics
B. responsible for the invention of new machines
C. surpassed those in physics
D. lagged behind those in physics
33. According to the passage, starvation_________.
A. can be predicted B. is unavoidable
C. can be prevented D. is mainly caused by poor agriculture
34. Repetitive tasks in industry lead to _________.
A. physical exhaustion B. mental stimulation
C. mental exhaustion D. extinction
35. If the predictions of the writer are realized, the demand for the unskilled workers in 21st
century will be_________.
A. very high B. very low
C. the same as today D. constantly rising
Questions 36 to 40 are based on the following passge.
Psychologists now believe that noise has a considerable effect on people‘s attitudes and behavior. Experiments have proved that in noisy situations (even temporary ones ), people behave more irritably and less cooperatively; in more permanent noisy situations, many people cannot work hard, and they suffer from severe anxiety as well as other psychologecal problems. However psychologists distinguish between“sound”and “noise”.“Sound”is measured physically in decibels.“Noise”cannot be measured in the same way because it refers to the psychological effect of sound and its level of ―intensity‖depends on the situation. Thus, for passengers at an airport who expect to hear airplanes taking off and landing, there may be a lot of sound, but not much noise (that is, they are not botered by the noise). By contrast, if you are at a concert and two people behind you are whispering you feel they are talking noisily even if there is not much sound. You notice the noise because it affects you psychologically. Both sound and noise can have negative effects, but what is most important is if the person has control over the sound. People walking down the street with earphones listening to music that they ecjoy, are receiving a lot of decibels of sound, but they are probably happy hearing sounds that they control. On the other hand, people in the street without earphones must tolerate a lot of noise which they have no control over. It is noise pollution that we need to control in order to help people live more happily.
36. According to the passage people_________.
A. can not work better in a noisy situation
B. will suffer from complete deafness because of noise pollution
C. can be psychologically affected by working in very noisy factories
D. may cooperate well in a noisy surrounding
37. ―Sound‖, as defined by the psychologist，_________.
A. can be measured in the same way that ―noise‖ in measured
B. may be extremely harmful to health
C. is not at all different from ―noise‖
D. can be measured by machines
38. Peple waiting at an airport_________.
A. enjoy hearing airplanes taking off and landing
B. are usually not troubled by the noise
C. can easily tell sound from noise
D. are often physically affected by the noise
39. People enjoy listenting to music________.
A. though they are receiving a lot of decibels of sound in fact
B. because it does not have any negative effect
C. because they do not have to tolerate the noise around them
D. even though it is sometimes unpleasant hearing strange sounds
40. We can conclude from the passage that we need to control noise pollution if__________.
A. we want to stay both psychologically and physically healthy
B. we don‘t want to be physically dent(削弱)
C. we want to cooperate well
D. we don‘t want to be anxious
Questions 41 to 45 are based on the following passage. Complete each of the sentences with less than 10 words.
It seems to me that many British newspapers aren‘t really newspaper at all. They contain news. It is true, but much of this news only appears in print because it is guaranteed to shock, surprise appears in print because it is guaranteed to shock, surprise or cause a chuckle(轻声笑).
What should we expect to find in a real newspaper? Interesting political articles? Accurate report of what has been happening in distant corners of the world？ Full coverage of great sporting event? In depth interviews with leading personalities? It is a sad fact that in Britain the real newspapers, the ones that reort the facts, sell in thousands, while the popular papers that set out to shock or amuse have a circulation of several million. One inescapable(不可避免) conclusion is that the vast majority of British readers do not really want a proper newspaper at all. They just want a few pages of entertainment.
I buy the same newspaper every day. In this paper, political matters, both British and foreign, are covered in full. The editorial column may support government policy on one issue and oppose it on another. There is a full page of book reviews and quoted daily. So are the exchange rates of the world‘s major currencies. The sports correspondents are among the best in the country, while the standard of the readers‘ letters in absolutely first class.
If an intelligent person were to find a copy of this paper 50 years from now. he or she would still find it entertaining, interesting and instructive.
So my favorite newspaper is obviously very different from those popular papers that have a circulation of several million. But that does not mean that it is ―better‖ or that they are ―worse‖. Weare not comparing like with dislike. A publisher printing a newspaper with a circulation of several million is running a highly successful commercial operation. The people who buy this product are obviously satisfied customers and in a free society everybody should have the right to buy whatever kind of newspaper he pleases.
41. What kind of news can be found most in the newspaper with a circulation of several millions?
42. What does the author conclude about the British readers?
43. What is the attiude of the author toward the popular papers?
44. What kind of newspaper does the author always buy?
45. What‘s the best title for the passage?
Part Ⅲ. Vocabulary and Structure
Directions: There are 30 incomplete sentences in this part. For each sentence there are four choices marked A), B), C), and D). Choose the One that best completes the sentence. Then mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center.
46. The________child was learning to walk again gradually.
A) broken B) harmed
C) injured D) enable
47. It is high time you_______what a bad impression your impatrience makes on people.
A) realized B) realize
C) will realize D) should realize
48. The car was repaired but not quite to my________.
A) joy B) pleasure
C) attraction D) satisfaction
49. He promised me that the messagea_________at once.
A) could be sent B) would be sent
C) must be sent D) be sent
50. All things_______, the planned trip will have to be called off.
A) be considered B) considered
C) considering D) having considered
51. I‘m going to the hairdresser‘s to________.
A) have cut my hair B) cut my hair
C) have my hair cut D) cut me my hair
52. He hurried to the station_______himself two bours early for the train.
A) to find B) only to find
C) finding D)to have found
53. They seem to have no interest in________.
A) mutual B) only to find
C) common D) usual
54. You are late for the meeting.________on time next time.
A) Do be B) To be surely
C) Must be D) Make sure
55. One day I________a newspaper article about the retirement of an English professor at a nearby state college.
A) came across B) came about
C) came after D) came at
56. After seeing the film,__________.
A) the book was read by him
B) the book made him want to read it
C) he wanted to read the book
D) the reading of the book interested him
57. I was startled when the waiter brought me the_________for I hadn‘t thought chicken was so dear.
A) massage B) menu
C) note D) paper
58. Now, the factory produces__________all the factories in this city did in 1949
A) ten times much chemicals
B) as ten times much chemical
C) much chemicals as ten times as
D) ten times as much chemicals as
59. The boy was________by car and taken to hospital.
A) run off B) run out
C)run over D) run through
60. The factory is said________in a fire two years ago
A) to have been destroyed
B) to be destroyed
C) to destroy
D) to have destoyed
61. Mother‘s only objection________our going out was that it was too late
A) for B) to
C) against D) with
62. There were only a_______number of students in the playground.
A) few B) little
C) scarce D)small
63. We can assign the work to__________is reliable.
A) whose B) whom
C) whoever D) whomever
64. His explanation is not at all clear. I find it_______.
A) essential B) confusing
C) awful D) puzzled
65. The popularity of such schools is growing steadily________the hight tuition fees.
A) in spite of B) although
C) instead of D) even if
66. Not until 1868_________made the capital of the state of Georgia.
A) Atlante was B) was Atlanta
C) when Atlants was D) when was Atlanta
67. Hand in your papers when you_________the test.
A) are finishing B) will finish
C) will have finished D) have finished
68. They are nice boys and I‘m sure you‘ll get on_________them very well.
A) with B) by
C) toward D) beside
69. We________live in the country than in the city.
A) predfer to B) had better
C) would rather D) likes better to
70. We have not fixed the date________we shall start our holidays.
A) and B) that
C) when D) which
71. There is no doubt_______he will succeed in his business.
A) that B) whether
C) what D) if
72. The Department of State in the U.S. handles international__________.
A) business B) matters
C) things D) affairs
73. The size of the audience,________we had expected, was well over one thousand.
A) whom B) as
C) who D) that
74. Prices for bikes can run_________$250.
A) as high as B) so high to
C) too high to D) so high as
75. The money would be________in the afternoon
A) possible B) convenient
C) available D) satisfactory
Part Ⅳ. Translation
The following 5 questions are taken from the passage in partⅡ. Translation them into Chinese and write your answers on the Answer Sheet.
76. A great deal of research has been performed on this question, and results points to the following answer: we perform this task through a special type of averaging.
77. There will be advances in biological knowledge as far-reaching as those that have been made in physics.
78. Today we still distinguish, even among repetitive jobs, between the skilled and the unsailled; but in the year2020 all repetition will be unskilled.
79. Psychologists now believe that noise has a considerable effect on people‘s attitudes and behavior.
80. Both sound and noise can have negative effects, but what is most important is if the person has control over the sound.
Part Ⅴ. Writing
Directions: For this part, you are to write a composition of no less than 100 words on ―、Health and Sports‖. Please write it on the ANSWER SHEET. The following are the key words for reference:
Health, important, healthy, enjoy, sports, exercise, increase, appetite, mind, sound, relaxed, and indulge.
Part Ⅰ Listening Comprehension Script:
Key to Section A (Statements)
(C)1. CBS news is on Channel Thirteen at six o‘clock,
CBS (Columbia Broadcasting System).
(D)2. Mary bought a used book for $ 6, saving about $2.50.
(B)3. Bill‘s sister was very proud when he graduated.
(D)4. There is no better place to practice driving than the shopping center.
(A)5. I had just expected my daughter to come, but my son showed up too.
(C)6. When the new students have been here a little longer, I‘m sure that they will feel less
(A)7. Mrs. Smith hasn‘t traveled nearly as much hedr husband has.
(B)8. Instead of going back to Florida, you ought to go to California this year.
(A)9. Although John never means to tell, he just can‘t keep a secret.
(D)10. Mr.Smith would not stop drinking even though the doctor told him that he must.
(B)11. M: Make sure you bring a bathing suit.
W: And you bring the towels and a picnic lunch.
Q: Where are they going?
(C)12. M: Registration always takes so long.
W: What bothers me is all the people who cut in line.
Q: What bothers the woman?
(B)13. M: I wish you had told me your holiday plans sooner.
W: I‘m sorry, I thought you know I go to my parents‘ country house each August. Q: Why is the man upset?
(D)14. M: If you are in a hurry you can take the subway.
If you want to look round, take a bus.
W: Actually I don‘t have to be at the meeting before noon.
Q: What will the woman probably do?
(C)15. M: Would you like to try on that coat, Madam?
W: Thank you. But I‘ll look further. I don‘t like that color.
Q: What‘s the proper relationship between the two?
(B)16. M: It is raining now. What shall we do then?
W: It doesn‘t matter. Let‘s go into the bar.
Q: Why do they go into the bar?
(A)17. M: Tony is six years old. He can read and write very well, but he can‘t tell the time. W: It‘s really hard for a child. Any way, he will be able to do it some day.
Q: What is the trouble with Tony?
(B)18. M: Did the flight for New York leave 10 minutes ago?
W: Yes, it is ten past five now.
Q: When did the plane leave?
(B)19. M: The special for today is baked chicken and lettuce.
W: No, thank you, Just bring me a cup of coffee, please.
Q: Where does this conversation most probably take place?
(A)20. M: How much are these jackets?
W: Five dollars each and nine dollars for two.
Q: How much does one jacket cost?
Question 21 to 25 are based on the following passage.
Thank you for coming to this meeting for students who will be remaining on campus During the 10—day winter break. As the dean of students, it is my responsibility to explain The vacation arrangements and to have you fill out forms giving the dates you will be on campus. To reduce heating cost, Butler Hall will be the only dormitory open, all the other dorms will close at 5 P.m. on Friday, Feb. 7th, and will not reopen until 6 p. m. on Feb. 16th. Once we have your completed forms, we will assign you a room in Butler Hall.
Please move all the belongings you will need to your temporary accommodation by the 7th, as it will not be possible to reopen the other dorms during these 10 days, once they have been closed. Most college facilities will be closed during the vacation. These facilities include the gymnasium, the college store and the dining halls. The library and computer center will be open, theough on a reduced schedule. Only the post office and the college administration offices will maintain their regular hours. Since I imagine most of you are staying here to finish up academic projects of one sort or another, let me wish you luck with your work. If you have any special problems, please do not hesitate to contact me at the dean‘s office.
Key:1. B 2. A 3. D 4. C 5. B
Part Ⅱ. Reading Comprehension
26. B 27. C 28. D 29. C 30. B 31. B
32. D 33. C 34. C 35. B 36. C 37. D
38. B 39. A 40. A
41. Shocking, surprising and amusing news.
42. They just need entertainment in news.
43. Let it be.
44. newspaper full of facts.
45. My opinion on the newspaper
Part Ⅲ. Vocabulary and Structure
46. C 47. A 48. D 49. D 50. B 51. C
52. B 53. C 54. A 55. A 56. C 57. B
58. D 59. C 60. A 61. B 62. D 63. C
64. B 65. A 66. B 67. D 68. A 69. C
70. C 71. A 72. D 73. B 74. A 75. C
Part Ⅳ. Translation
76. A great deal of research has been performed on this question, and results points to the following answer: we perforn this task throngh a special type of averaging.
77. There will be advances in bioloical knowledge as farreaching as those that have been made in physics.
78. Today we still distinguish, even among repetitive jobs, between the skilled and the unskilled; but in the year 2020 all repetition will be unskilled.
79. Psychologists now believe that noise has a considerable effect on people‘s attitudes and behavior.
80. Both sound and noise can have negative effects, but what is most important is if the person has control over the sound.
Part Ⅴ. Writing
Health and Sports
Good health is very important to everyone. A healthy person can always be energetic and enjoy life what ever things may be. With poor health, a person can not achieve much success even though he is well educated.
Sports help everyone to keep healthy. Physical exercises can not only increase the circulation of the blood but also appetite and digestion. Sports can also make our minds sound. While playing we take our minds off work and study. As a result, our minds are relaxed.
Since sports can bring good health, we should indulge in sports for a while every day no matter how busy we are.