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    Part I Listening Comprehension (15 minutes)

    Directions: This par is to test your listening abilities. It consists of 3 sections. Section A

    Directions: This section is to test your ability to understand short dialogues. There are 5 recorded dialogues in it. After each dialogue, there is a recorded question. Both the dialogues and questions will be spoken only once. When you hear a question, you should decide on the correct answer from the 4 choices marked A), B), C), and D) give in your test paper. Then you should mark the corresponding letter on the Answer sheet with a single line through the centre.

    Example: You will hear:

     You will read: A) New York City. B) An evening party.

     C) An air trip. D) The mans job.

    From the dialogue we learn that the man is to take a flight to New York City. Therefore, C) An air trip is the correct answer. You should mark C) on the Answer Sheet. Now the test will begin. 1.A)He didnt like that computer B)He didnt find what he liked

    C)The price of the computer was too high D)That type of computer was sold out 2.A)Go to a lecture B)Go to a concert

    C)Go shopping D)Go sightseeing

    3.A)Write a letter for the woman B)Take the woman to the office

    C)Drive the woman home D)Finish the report for the woman

    4.A)She was tired of reading it B)She liked it very much

    C)She didnt think much of it D)She wasnt interested in it

    5.A)When he can receive the order B)What the order number is

    C)When he should send the order D)Whats wrong with the order

    Section B

    Directions: This section is to test you ability to understand short conversation. There are 2 recorded conversations in it. After each conversation, there some recorded questions. Both the conversations and questions will be spoken two times. When you hear a question, you should decide on the correct answer from the 4 choices marked A), B), C), and D) give in your test paper. Then

    you should mark the corresponding letter on the Answer sheet with a single line through the center.

    Conversation 1

    6.A)Three weeks ago B)Last month C)Last week D)Last Monday

    7.A)Install more machines B)Test the machines

    C)Buy more machines D)Sell the machines

    Conversation 2

    8.A)Sightseeing around the city B)Attending a meeting

    C)Shopping in the city D)Giving a party

    9.A)This afternoon B)This evening C)Tomorrow morning D)Tomorrow afternoon 10.A)At the party B)At the meeting C)In the office D)In the hotel

    Section C

    Directions: This section is to test your ability to comprehend short passages. You will hear a recorded passage. After that you will hear five questions. Both the passage and questions will be read two times. When you hear a question, you should complete the answer to it with a word or a short phrase (in not more than 3 words). The questions and incomplete answers are printed in your test paper. You should write your answers on the Answer Sheet correspondingly. Now the passage will begin.

    11.What can visitors see at the exhibition?

    They can see most of the latest _______ of the company.

    12.Which section do the visitors go to see first?

    The _______ section.

    13.For whom are the products specially designed?

    For ________.

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14.Whats special about the keyboard?

    Its keys are __________.

    15.What kind of sound does the mouse produce?

    It produces _______ sounds.

    Part II Structure ( 15 minutes)

    Directions: This part is to test your ability to construct grammatically correct sentences. It consists of 2 sections

    Section A

    Directions: In this section, there are 10 incomplete sentences. You are requested to complete each one by deciding on the most appropriate word or words from the 4 choices marked A), B),C) and D). Then you should mark the corresponding letter on the Answer sheet with a single line through

    the center.

    16._____ Susan gets onto the top of a tall building, she will feel very much frightened. A)Now that B)Even though C)Every time D)Only if

    17.The chair looks rather unusual in shape, but it is very comfortable to sit _______. A)by B)on C)with D)at

    18._______ how to deal with the trouble of the computer, Martin had to ask his brother for help. A)Not know B)Not known C)Not to know D)Not knowing

    19.It is said that the agreement _______ between the two companies last month will become steffective from May 1.

    A)to sign B)signed C)to be signed D)signing

    20.Many people have found _______ uncomfortable to hold the same position for a long time. A)it B)which C)this D)that

    21.He doesnt feel like _______ a picnic in the park this weekend, and he suggested watching the football match instead.

    A)have B)to have C)having D)had

    22.It was because I wanted to buy a dictionary _______ I went downtown yesterday. A)but B)and C)why D)that

    23.Though he _______ well prepared before the job interview, he failed to answer some important questions.

    A)will be B)would be C)has been D)had been

    24.The cost of traveling around the eight European countries can run as high _______ $ 2,000. A)to B)as C)by D)for

    25.This book is designed for the learners _______ native languages are not English. A)whose B)which C)who D)what

    Section B

    Directions: There are 10 incomplete sentences. You should fill in each blank with the proper form of the word given in the brackets. Write the word or words in the corresponding space on the Answer Sheet.

    26.We are not short of raw materials at the moment, but we need reliable (equip) _______. 27.For those foreign students who are interested in (learn) _______ Chinese, the university offers a Chinese training program every summer.

    28.Before the flight takes off, all passengers (ask) _______ to fasten their seat belts. 29.A guest in this hotel accused one of the hotel staff of (steal) _______ his money. 30.We surely (find) _______ a good solution to the technical problems in the near future. 31.He might not have been killed in the traffic accident yesterday if he (fasten) _______ the seat belt.

    32.Following the (success) _______ settlement of the strike, the train service is now back to normal. 33.The more challenging the journey is, the (happy) _______ the young people will feel. 34.With his knowledge and experience, he is no doubt (qualify) _______ for the task. 35.If a business wants to sell its products (international) _______, it should do some world market research first.

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Part III Reading Comprehension (40 minutes)

    Directions: This part is to test your reading ability. There are 5 tasks for you to fulfill. You should read the reading materials carefully and do the tasks as you are instructed.

    Task 1

    Directions: After reading the following passage, you will find 5 questions or unfinished statements, numbered 36 through 40. For each question or statement there are 4 choices marked A), B), C) and D). You should make the correct choice and mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center.

     In Britain there is a National Health Service (NHS) which is paid for by taxes and National Insurance, and in general people do not have to pay for medical treatment. Every person is registered with a doctor in his or her local area, known as a general practitioner?全科医生, or GP.

    This means that their names are on the GPs list, and they may make an appointment to see the

    doctor or may call the doctor out to visit them if they are ill. People sometimes do have to pay part of the cost of drugs that the doctor prescribes. GPs are trained in general medicine but are not specialists in any particular subject. If a patient needs to see a specialist doctor, they must first go to their GP and then the GP will make an appointment for the patient to see a specialist at a hospital or clinic.

     Although everyone in Britain can have free treatment under the NHS, it is also possible for him to have treatment done privately, for which he has to pay. Some people have private health insurance to help them pay for private treatment. Under the NHS, people who need to go to hospital may have to wait for a long time on a waiting list for their treatment. Anyone who is very ill can call an ambulance(救护车) and get taken to hospital for free urgent medical treatment. Ambulances are a free service in Britain.

    36.In Britain, the National Health Service refers to _______.

    A)a local hospital B)a medicine supplier

    C)a medical care system D)an insurance company

    37.Under the National Health Service, British citizens _______.

    A)are all registered with a general practitioner B)do not need to buy private health insurance C)can only go to see a general practitioner D)cannot call in a general practitioner 38.People buy private health insurance in order to _______.

    A)pay for the ambulance service B)receive free urgent treatment

    C)see a general practitioner D)have private treatment

    39.Which of the following is TRUE according to the passage?

    A)People in Britain do not have to pay for any kind of medical care

    B)People in Britain may wait long for their free medical treatment

    C)In Britain you have to pay for ambulance service

    D)British private medical insurance is free

    40.What is this passage mainly about?

    A)Private medical care in Britain B)Roles of general practitioners

    C)Taxes and free medical care D)Health services in Britain

    Task 2

    Directions: This task is the same as Task 1. The 5 questions or unfinished statements are numbered 41 through 45.

     CHICAGO (AP) On Jan. 1, an order went into effect requiring that every checked bag at more than 400 of the nations commercial airports be screened (扫描检查) for bombs and weapons.

     Sunday was expected to be the heaviest travel day since Jan. 1. Yet spot checks on Sunday at several of the nations airports showed no major delays caused by the new security measures.

     At the international terminal for Northwest Airlines at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York, passengers waited up to 30 minutes longer than usual. Their bags were sent through giant screening machines and workers tore open taped boxes and searched through their contents before closing them up again.

     Most travelers simply accepted stricter screening developed since the terrorist(恐怖分子)

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    attacks on Sept.11, 2001, before which only 5 percent of the roughly 2 million bags checked each day were screened for bombs.

     The U.S. government has put an additional 23,000 people into airports to carry out the new order.

     Sonny Salgatar, a 23-year-old college student flying home to San Diego from Chicago, was told by an airport officer after the first pass that one of his bags was hot, meaning there was

    something he couldnt identify and he wanted to open the bag for an inspection.

     The hot item turned out to be Salgatars clothing iron.

     Listen, anything they want to do for security is OK for me, Salgatar said.

    41.The new measure was adopted to guard against _______.

    A)terrorist attacks B)luggage damage C)flight delays D)air crash

    42.The world hot (Line 2, Para. 6) most probably means _______.

    A)heated B)popular C)expensive D)suspicious

    43.Which of the following is TRUE according to the passage?

    A)Major delays were caused after the security order went into effect

    B)Most passengers regard the new measure as necessary

    C)Passengers complain about longer delay at the airport

    D)There will be more and stricter security measures

    44.What was the attitude of Sonny Salgatar towards the security measure taken? A)He was annoyed B)He had no objection

    C)He thought it useless D)He didnt worry about it

    45.The best title of the passage might be _______.

    A)Fear of Terrorist Attacks B)Latest Screening Technology

    C)New Security Measures Adopted D)Inspection of Bombs and Weapons

    Task 3

    Directions: The following is a Memo. After reading it, you are required to complete the outline below it (No. 46 through No. 50). You should write your answers briefly (in not more than 3 words)

    on the Answer Sheet correspondingly.

     Memo

    To: All Employees

    From: Berry E. Silver, President

    Date: Oct. 22, 2004

    Subject: Our goals for the next year

    Marketing and Sales

     Our present sales program has helped us to improve our sales by slightly over 15%, but I am setting a goal of a 25% increase in sales for the next year. To help make this goal possible, I am announcing today the expansion (扩大) of our Marketing Department.

    Research and Development (R&D)

     Any company in our business must make great efforts to develop new and better products. Our R&D will certainly make us more competitive. But creative ideas do not come from only R&D department; they also come from the creative thinking and participation of all employees. One way we have begun to collect the suggestions of our employees is through our new computerized network.

    Human Resources

     Our companys most valuable resources are its employees. In the years ahead I would like to see our efforts doubled in on-the-job training. To achieve this goal I have asked Barbara Johnson to head a new department, Human Resources and Employee Development, which will coordinate (

    ) a company-wide effort.

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     Memo

    Subject: Goals for the next year

    Marketing and Sales:

    1)Goal set: to reach a ___46____ in sales;

    2)Measure to be taken: to expand the ___47____;

    Research and Development (R&D):

    1)Goal set: to encourage the employees participation;

    2)Channel to collect suggestions: the new ___48____;

    Human Resources:

    1)Requirement set: to double the efforts in ___49____;

    2)Measure to be taken: to appoint Barbara Johnson to head ___50____.

    Task 4

    Directions: The following is a list of terms of modern business management. After reading it, you are required to find the items equivalent to (与…相同的) those given in Chinese in the table below. Then you should put the corresponding letters in the brackets on the Answer Sheet, numbered 51 through 55.

    Acollective action Bcompetitor analysis

    Ccorporate restructuring Dgain sharing

    Eemployee involvement Fhostile takeover

    Ghuman resource management Hjoint venture

    Ipsychological support Jperformance-related pay

    Kpay secrecy Lcross training

    Mholding company Ncorporate culture

    Oboard of directors Pbackground checking

    Example: 企业文化(N) 合资企业(H)

    51.?,跨部门培训 ?,集体行动

    52.?,员工参与 ?,董事会

    53.?,业绩工资 ?,对手分析

    54.?,控股公司 ?,盈利分享

    55.?,人力资源管理 ?,公司重组

    Task 5

    Directions: The following is a business letter. After reading it, you should give brief answers to the 5 questions (No. 56 through No. 60) that follow. The answers (in not more than 3 words) should be

    written after the corresponding numbers on the Answer Sheet.

     July 20, 2004 Dear Sirs,

     Today we have received your bill for 150 name-bearing (刻有名字的) crystal vases ?花瓶,

    which you sent us the other day.

     We had ordered these vases on condition that they should reach us by the end of June. But they arrived here 15 days behind the schedule.

     The customers refused to accept the goods because they arrived too late. Since the vases bear their names, we cannot sell them to other customers. So we asked the customers again and again to take the vases, and finally they agreed to accept them, but at a price cut of 30%.

     You may understand how we have lost the customers confidence in us. In this situation, we

    have to ask you to compensate for the loss we have suffered. We are looking forward to hearing from you soon.

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     Yours faithfully,

    G. Pastry

    56.What was the problem with the delivery of the vases?

    They arrived 15 days ______________.

    57.When did the vases actually arrive?

    In the middle of ____________.

    58.Why couldnt the vases be sold to other customers?

    Because they were bearing _________ of those who ordered the vases.

    59.In what condition did the customers accept the goods?

    At a price cut of ____________.

    60.What was the purpose of this letter?

    To ask the supplier to _________ for the loss they have suffered.

    Part IV TranslationEnglish into Chinese

     (25 minutes)

    Directions: This part, numbered 61 through 65, is to test your ability to translate English to Chinese. After each of the sentences numbered 61 to 64, you will read four suggested translation. You should choose the best translation and mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet. And for the paragraph numbered 65, write your translation in the corresponding space on the Translation/Composition Sheet.

    61.It is generally accepted that old people should have a share in the rewards for material and cultural advancements to which they have made contributions.

    A)不言而喻!老年人应该享有一份回报!因为他们曾经为物质和文化做出过贡献。

    B)人们普遍认为!老年人对物质和文化的进步做出过贡献!应该分享其成果。

    C)毫无疑问!老年人有实力又有文化!他们都会主动为社会和文明多做贡献。

    D)勿庸置疑!老年人制造过物质和精神文明!他们应该享受各种奖励。

    62.Once there is a threat to our water supply water can quickly become the only thing that matters. A)只要水源受到威胁!水很快就会变成唯一重要的物质。

    B)供水一度出现危机!所以水很快就成为了唯一紧缺的物质。

    C)供水一旦受到威胁!水很快就会成为唯一至关重要的问题。

    D)有一次水源曾遭受污染!水成了人们唯一不能很快解决的问题。

    63.With so many companies cutting back on their workforce lately, do you know how an employee can hold onto his current job?

    A)随着后来这么多的公司要进入劳动市场!你知道一个雇员对工作流动是如何想的吗;

    B)由于以后有这么多的公司将消减劳动力!你知道一个雇员怎样去做才能保住其工作吗;

    C)鉴于最近如此众多的公司在进行裁员!您知道作为一个雇员如何才能保住自己目前的工作

    吗;

    D)既然如此众多的公司将在劳动力市场上竞争!你知道作为一个雇员如何才能继续做好他目

    前的工作吗;

    64.Having worked as a psychologist with all kinds of people, I’ve learned that successful people

    arent necessarily the ones with the greatest natural talent.

    A)作为一个心理学家!我与各种各样的人一起工作过!我了解到那些成功的人必定不是天生

    奇才。

    B)作为一个与各种人打过交道的心理学家!我深知那些成功人士未必都是天生奇才。

    C)作为一个具有各种人生经历的心理学家!我深知那些伟大的天才并非都是成功者。

    D)作为一个与各种人一起工作过的心理学家!我深知成功者大都不是天生奇才。

    65. Caravan Inn (凯尔温旅店)

     The Caravan Inn is located on the way to Sunlight Hill and only ten blocks (街区) south of the

    shopping center on Grand Avenue. Its modern rooms and plenty of additional facilities guarantee family satisfaction. A heated water pool and hot bath are open year round and provide fun for

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everyone after a day of mountain climbing. A big breakfast is served daily in the Caravan Inn, but

    suites ?套房, with kitchens are also available for families who would rather prepare their own

    meals.

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    Part V Writing (25 minutes) Directions: This part is to test your ability to do practical writing. You are required to write a

    business letter according to the following information given in Chinese. Remember to do the task on

    the Translation/Composition Sheet.

    说明,以Daniel Trade公司市场部经理李华的身份于615日给John Holland先生写一封催

    款信!信中应当包括以下内容,

    1.问及Holland先生近况(

    2.要求Holland先生尽快支付10000元货款!该笔款项已经过期10天(

    3.随信寄上公司最新的夏季产品目录!希望Holland先生尽早寄来新的定单!可享受公司的优

    惠价格。

    注意,务必按业务信函的格式书写。

    Words for Reference:

    优惠价格Special offers 过期overdue

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