Part I Dialogue Completion (15 points) 1. Jenny: Shall I go and tell Mr. Fairbanks about our proposal ? Jackie :_ D.Yes, please . 2. Mori: It's a pleasure meet you here . Kaco:_ A.Pleased to meet you ,too 3. Mr· Williams :Excuse me .I'm looking for a present for my son . I have no idea what to get him .Can you help me ? Sales girl: D.Yes , I think a T-shirt would be a good idea. 4. Tim:I hear you've been to the book fair . How was it ? Susan:_ A. Absolutely marvelous . 5. Ed: How do you get along with your new music teacher ? Maggie: Ms Dacis?_ C.She's a bit strange,but I like her a lot . 6. David: Charles , could you drive me to the railway station ? Charles:_ C.Sure , why not ? 7. Max: My son has been admitted by Beijing University . Walt: Congratulations ! He is such a smart boy Max: C.Thank you very much 8. Student: Do you mind our performing rock'n'roll in the hall?Teacher: C.Oh, I'd rather you didn't actually . 9. Clerk: Excuse me , this is a non-smoking place Customer: A.Oh,I'm sorry 10. Waiter: How would you like your coffee? Customer:_ C.With sugar ,please 11. Virginia: What about going to do some shopping this afternoon? B.Good idea ! 12. Carlos :Thank you very much , Miss James . That helped me a lot . Miss James: B.Don't mention it,Carlos. 13. Susan: I'm worried. My son doesn't like to talk with me . Tracy: A.Take it easy. We were all like that at his age . 14. Nicolas: I'd like to donate money to help poor children at school.To whom shall I give my share ? Li Mimg:_ A.Very well I'll ask about that and let you know. 15.Kelvin:We're almost finished with the project now. D.Let's stop for a break Teresa: Actually, I prefer to keep going. Part II Reading Comprehension (40 points) Passage One Jack Billabong is a stockman . One Friday afternoon he was riding along the track towards the Henderson farm . 16. Jack Billabong did not turn back because D.He saw something moving towards him. 17. Why was the ride back to Borrogee terrible? D.Because both Cathy and her pony were exhausted 18.Cathy refused to reporters about the pony when she was in Borrogee Hospital because D.Joe would write about it in his writing 19.What does the word Flame in the last paragraph refer to? B.The pony 20.Which of the following is the best title of the story? D.Heroism of a Lovely Pony Passage Two The faces of elderly, happily-married people sometimes resemble each other. 21. Dr.Aiken cut the background from the photos for the purpose of C.Leaving no trace for the testees 22. The underlined sentence Their judgments were no better than chance implies that the testees_ B.Had difficulty in picking out the partners 23. the underlied word imitate (in para . 2) has a similar meaning to " A.copy 24. From the passage we can draw the conclusion that_ C.The influence between partners can be quite strong 25. The main purpose of the passage is to A.explain why couples grow alike Passage Three The three biggest lies in America are:(1) "The check is in the mail ", (2) "Of
course I'll respect you in the morning", and (3) "It was a computer error." 26.Of the three lies ,the one about computer is the worst because the computer itself C.Cannot make the error 27.According to the author , a computerized cashier is really just D.An instrument to read codes 28.Grocery store price lists are updated by C.an employee 29.The last paragraph of the passage implies that computers_ D.are controlled by men 30.Which of the following describes the main idea of the passage? D.Computer errors are actually human errors Passage Four I came across an old country guidebook the other day . It listed all the tradesmen in each village ,and it was impressive to see the great variety of services which were available on one's own doorstep in the late Victorian countryside . 31.Nowadays the commercial services in the village are A.still very active 32.The local grocer's shop is expanding because C.It provides good personal service 33.Which of the following is true about the supermarkets ? B.Customers often have to queue up 34.How do the village grocer's assistants feel about giving extra service ? A.They don't think it a trouble. 35.One special feature of the village shop is that D.There is a list of goods to be delivered to doorsteps
Part III Vocabulary and Structure (20 points)
36. During the heavy storm last week, we had to take B. shelter under a flyover. 37. The three men were assigned jobs according to their C. respective abilities. 38. Scientists have discovered that many animals seem to be highly D. sensitive to various signals associated with earthquake. 39. The lost car of the Jonson’s was found D. abandoned in the woods off the expressway. 40. Our guests will be guided to safety B. in case of fire. 41. If you want to ring her, you’ll have to D. look up her number in the telephone book. 42. Under the final crisis, more social problems in the world are certain to B. arise 43. After his retirement, he lives partly on his D. pension and partly on the interest on his post office savings account. 44. During the A. interval, the audience strolled and chatted in the lobby. 45. Membership in the United Nations is open to all peace-loving states which accept the B. obligation of the Charter. 46. Table tennis used to be the most popular A. game in China. But now basketball seems to be more attractive. 47. As her husband is on a business trip and her son is at school, she feels rather A. lonely 48. We need to C. sort out our camping things before we go away. 49. He A. recovered very quickly from his illness. 50. If the police had acted more B. determination, the disaster could have been prevented. 51. He does not A. quality as a teacher of English, for his pronunciation is far from perfect. 52. His _ D. quick reply to the question showed he had understood it very well. 53. When he tried to make a A. reservation, he found that the hotel was fully booked. 54. I expect that she will be able to D. meet your particular needs.
55. During July and August there was no rain for weeks A. on end 56. D. Were it not for their support, he would have gone penniless. 57. There B. is too much furniture in his room. 58. I miss the hillside A. on which we found a lot of wild flowers. 59. No sooner had we reached the top of the hill C. than we all sat down to rest. 60. By the time Neil Armstrong and Edwin Aldrin walked on the moon in 1969, there B. had been many space explorations. 61. I regret D. not having worked hard at school, or I would have passed the exam. 62. When the man with glasses came into the hotel, I noticed a A. surprised look come over the manager’s face. 63. B. In order to get a better score, he has been making great efforts in his lessons. 64. As far as I know, the production of this factory has doubled this year, and the quality of its products has been improved D. as well 65. All A. that you need is an English-Chinese dictionary. 66. C. In spite of its good performance, the machine is too expensive. 67. He looks sleepy. He must D. have gone to bed very late last night. 68. Mrs. White became a teacher in 1990. she D. will have taught for twenty years by next summer. 69. She is B. as a good driver as any one else. 70. You may write an e-mail to me or just phone me. B. Either will do. 71. Few people knew his reason for quitting his job was D. that he wanted to go abroad. 72. The teacher asked me B. how long it would take us to finish writing the composition. 73. It was the third time the villagers B. had been interviewed by the radio station. 74. She came into the room quietly A. so as not to wake her friends. 75. I arrived late, I D. hadn’t expected the traffic to be so heavy this morning. Part IV Cloze Test (10 points ) A headache is one of man's most common enemies. Most people get headaches from time to time . Probably more than 90 percent of all headaches are76 C.caused by worry or tension. Modern living 77. C.relaxes tensions for everybody , at work , at school and 78. B.even at home. Then, what can we do about tension and worry in our life? 79. C.first, find out what is causing the tension . It many result from feelings or emotions. Do you 80. B.worry too much over what people think of you , over your clothes , or about 81.A.what you did ? Second , find a way of 82. D.reducing tension . Gardening , walking ,running , swimming or any 83. B.activitysuitable for your age will help . Then , look at your way of life . Ask yourself , where am I going ? And why ? Learn the 84.A.secret of relaxation . Lie down in a dark quiet room and relax 85. D.as much as possible by taking several slow breaths . Let all your muscles relax. Part V Writing (15 points ) 1、有些人认为家长应该为孩子安排未来的职业；2、孩子认为应该由自己决定将来的工作； 3、谈谈你的看法。 Choosing Careers People have different views on children choosing their future careers. Some people hold that parents should decide for their children on their careers. While children think that they should consider their future careers on their own.
Those who hold the first opinion think that parents naturally have the responsibility for the choices of careers, which is very important for their children and themselves. Parents also think they are experienced enough to make a wiser decision in term of career choices for their children. In contrast, children think they have right to make their own decisions, which is important for their growth. Furthermore, only children themselves know what the right jobs are for them. As far as I am concerned, I agree with the latter view. Admittedly, parents should gibe a helping hand when necessary, but children should decide their own future careers. Only in this way can children have more fulfilling careers and live a more successful life.