I Match the explanation in Column B with words and expressions in

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I Match the explanation in Column B with words and expressions in


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Part I Reading Comprehension (40%)

Task 1

    Directions: Choose the best answer from the 4 choices:

    Air pollution can spread from city to city. It even spreads from one country to another. Some northern European countries have had black snow from pollutants that have traveled through the air from other countries and have fallen with the snow. So air pollution is globle problem.

    Air pollution can kill babies, older people, and those who have respiratory (呼吸的)diseases. As found in cities,air

    pollution increases the risks of certain lung diseases.

    Air pollution can cause both airplane and car accidents because it cuts down visibility. There are other possible health dangers from air pollution that we don’t know much about. For example, scientists are trying to find out whether

    chemicals that reach us from the air may cause changes in our cells. These changes might cause babies to be born with serious birth defects. Scientists are trying to learn how all the many chemicals we are apt?易于的,to take into our

    bodies from air, water, food and even medicines act together to affect our health and the way our bodies work. That is another reason why it is so important to begin to control pollution now instead of waiting until we learn all the answers.

    Air pollution costs us a lot of money. It corrodes (腐蚀) our buildings. It damages farm crops and forests. It has a

    destructive effect on our works of art. The cost of all this damage to our government is great. It would be much more worthwhile, both for us and for the government, to spend our tax dollars on air pollution control.

    1. Air pollution may lead to airplane accidents because_______.

    A. it may cause pilots to be ill B. engines may fail from dirt

    C. visibility is reduced D. it brings a lot of black snow

    2. Scientists are tring to find a link between pollution and ______.

    A. intelligence levels B. mans behaviour

    C. birth problem. D. the nervous system

    3. Scientists have not yet determined _______.

     A. all of the effects of pollution on the human body

    B. the successful control of pollution

    C. when the atmosphere first became polluted

    D. how some snow becomes black

    4.The auther suggests that before air pollution becomes more serious _______.

     A. some factories should be forced to stop operating

     B. buildings should be protected

    C. more trees should be planted

    D. more money should be spent in solving the problem

    5.We can conclude that ______.

    A. civilization may be destroyed if pollution is not controlled

    B. pollution is more serious in Europe than it is in America

    C. most do not know that pollution is a serious problem

    D. we should know all the answers before we begin to control pollution

Task 2

    Directions: Choose the best answer from the 4 choices:

    In ancient times the most important examinations were spoken, not written. In the schools of ancient Greece and Rome, testing usually consisted of saying poetry aloud or giving speeches.

    In the European universities of the Middle Ages, students who were working for advanced degrees had to discuss questions in their field of study with oeople who had made a special study of the subject. This custom exists today as part of the process of testing candidates (考生) for the doctors degree.

    Generally, however, modern examinations are written. The written examination, where all students are tested on the thsame questions, was probably not known until the 19 century. Perhaps it came into existence with the great increase in

    population and the development of modern industry. A room full of candidates for a state examination, timed exactly electic clocks and carefully watched over by managers, resembles a group of workers at an automobile factory. Certainly, during examinations teachers and students are expected to act like machines.

    One type of test is sometimes called an objective (客观) test. It is intended to deal with facts, not personal opinions.

    To make up an objective test the teacher writes a series of questions, each of which has only one correct answer. Along with each question the teacher writes the correct answer and also three statements that look like answers to students who have not learned the material properly.


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1.In the Middle Ages students ______.

    A. took objective tests B. were timed by electric clocks

    C. specialized in one subject D. never wrote exams

    2.The main idea of paragraph 3 is that ______.

    A. workers now take examinations B. the population has grown

    C. there are only written exams today D. examinations are now written and timed

    3.The kind of exams where students must select answer is ______.

    A. personal B) spoken C) objective D) written

    4.Modern industry must have developed ______.

    A. before the Middle Ages B. in Greece or Rome thC. around the 19 century D. machines to take tests

    5.It may be concluded that testing ______.

    A. should test only opinions B. has changed since the Middle Ages

    C. should always be written D. is given only in factories

Task 3

    Directions: The following is a general introduction to the preparation of Speaking Notes. After reading it , you are

    required to complete the outline below it.

     Before making a speech, we often need to make brief speaking notes. You can put them on cards no smaller than 150


    100 mm. Write in large and bold letters that you can see at a glance, using a series of brief headings to develop the information in sufficient detail. The amount of information included in your notes will depend on the complexity ?复杂

    性,of the subject, your familiarity with it, and your previous speaking experience. Here are some steps for you to follow when preparing brief speaking notes.

    First, you should write a summary or an outline of the project to be reported and the results achieved. Then an introduction follows. This includes background information and purpose of the project. Next comes discussion. In this part, what has been done, how it has been done and the results achieved should be dealt with. At the fourth step, you have two choices: one is the conclusion if the project is completed. The other is the future plan if the project is still in progress. At

    last, a summary should be prepared. In this part, you should give a brief summing-up, plus a question-and-answer period.

     Speaking Notes Preparation

    Words to be written: in ___1_____ letters

    Means of developing information: using a number of ___2_____

    Steps of making speaking notes:

    1) work out an outline

    2) write ___3_____

    3) deal with the subject

    4) draw ____4____ at the end of the project, or make

     a ___5____ if the project is not finished

    5) give a summary

Task IV

    Directions: The following is a list of facilities in a school. After reading it, you are required to find the Chinese equivalents

    in the table below.

    A. Networked computer stations; dial-in access B. Campus-wide area network

    C. Computers and laser printer in each classroom D. Private directories for all students and staff

    E. Mail for staff and students F. Interactive distance learning stations

G. Instructional media center H. Student stations

    I. Resources accessible campus-wide via fiber optic network J. On-line research services

    K. Student-run stereo radio station L. Telephone in every classroom


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    M.. Voice mail for all staff N. Electronic Bulletin Board available around the


O. T-1 Internet Access

     Example: (D) 师生员工个人目录 (L) 教室配备电话

     1,? ,校园网络 ,交互式远程教育站

     2,? ,教室配备电脑和打印机 ,在线科研服务

     3,? ,学生立体声广播站 ,全天候电子公告板

     4,? ,教工语音信箱 ,多媒体教学中心

     5,? ,计算机网站;拨号上网 ,学生网站

Task V

    Directions: After reading this passage, you are required to answer the questions briefly (in no more than 3words).

     In spite of all stores of prosperity in the United States, not only does prosperity exist there, but crimes of various types have increasing at an alarming rate.

    Most types of serious crime increased from 363.5 in every 100,000 people in 1970 to 535.5 in 1979. In that one year, there was one murder committed in every 24 minutes, one case of robbery in every 10 minutes and one case of rape in every 7 minutes. The case of murder involve a number of 21,245 victims. Most acts of violence were committed by young people. 57% of the criminals arrested in 1979 were youths below 25 of age.

    Everyone agrees that crime is partly a result of bad material conditions: poverty, lack of education, living without a settled home, being parentless, sufferings from other kinds of misfortune, etc.

1. What are the two problems mentioned in the report?


2. To what degree was the crimes serious in 1979?

     ___________________________________________________________ in every 100,000 people.

3. Who would probably commit acts of violence?


4. What can we learn from the figures that described the case of murder, robbery and rape?

     The types of crime increased at __________________________________.

5. Why were there so many crimes in the United States?

     Partly because of ________________________________________.

Part III Translation (30%)

Section A: Sentences

    1. Day light comes from the sun, which is a mass of hot, glowing gas.

    2. During the World Cup our streets were filled with football fans.

    3. Life goes on and those who refuse to go on with it are left alone to wallow in their misery. 4. Time is healer, but those who help time by using it wisely and well make a more rapid adjustment. 5. Mechanical energy is changed into electric energy, which in turn is changed into Mechanical energy. 6. Foreign business people who are late are often left outside to cool their heels as means of letting them know the importance of promptness.

    7. People who cannot distinguish between colours are said to be colour-blinded.

    8. The Chinese spend less lavishly on luxuries than the Americans.

    9. The cost of housing in this area has soared in recent years.

    10.Nowadays parents are willing to make sacrifices for their childrens education.

Section B: Paragraphs


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    1. We request that no food or beverages (饮料) be brought into Disneyland. A picnic area is located west of the main entrance for your convenience. Also, for the comfort of those around you, we request that there be no flash photography,

    eating or drinking in any pleasure grounds. Guests with very young chidren may take turn enjoying these places.

    2. Automatic Blanket (自动电热毯) automatically adjusts to the temperature changes in your bedroom during the night. No need to turn the control up and down. When you are ready to retire, turn the control switch to On. The dial light

    tells you its on, and now you are ready to dial the warmth level of your choice.

Part IV Writing (30%)

    1. Directions: This part is to test you ability to do practical writing. You are required to write an Announcement

    according to the following information in Chinese. You should include all the points listed in the following. 根据下列信息以学生会的名义于200432日给全体学生写份公告!邀请他们为校庆献技献策!所含信息如下(

    1 学校成立50周年!现有16个系52个专业。

    2 校庆期间将举行一系列活动!届时邀请毕业校友共同庆祝建校50周年。

    3 建议被采用者有奖!所提建议送往学生会办公室。

    Words for Reference:

     献计献策(make proposals

    学生会(students union



2.Directions: This part is to test you ability to do practical writing. You are required to write a Letter of Comforting

    according to the following instructions given in Chinese.







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    Answer Sheet

Part I. Reading(40%)

    Task 1: 1. _____ 2. _____ 3. _____ 4. _____ 5. _____

    Task 2: 1. _____ 2. _____ 3. _____ 4. _____ 5. _____

    Task 3: 1. _______________________ 2. _______________________ 3. _______________________

    4. ________________________ 5. ________________________

    Task 4: 1. ( ) ( ) 2. ( ) ( ) 3. ( ) ( )

     4. ( ) ( ) 5. ( ) ( )

    Task 5: 1. __________________________________________________________________________________

    2. _________________________________________________________________________________

    3. _________________________________________________________________________________

    4. _________________________________________________________________________________

    5. _________________________________________________________________________________

Part III. Translation(30%)

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    Section B







Part IV. Writing(30%)



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