虹口区 2014 届高三第一学期期终教学质量监控测试 英语试题
考生注意： 1. 考试时间 120 分钟，试卷满分 150 分。 2. 本考试设试卷和答题纸两部分。试卷分为第Ⅰ卷（第 1—9 页）和第Ⅱ卷（第 10 页） ， 全卷共 10 页。所有答题必须涂（选择题）或写（非选择题）在答题纸上，做在试卷上 一律不得分。 3． 答题前，务必在答题纸上填写准考证号和姓名，并将核对后的条形码贴在指定位置上， 在答题纸反面清楚地填写姓名。
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I. Listening Comprehension Section A Directions In Section A, you will hear ten short conversations between two speakers. At the end of each conversation, a question will be asked about what was said. The conversations and the questions will be spoken only once. After you hear a conversation and the question about it, read the four possible answers on your paper, and decide which one is the best answer to the question you have heard. 1. A. Kate. B. Anna. C. Jane. D. Mary. 2. A. 205. B. 155. C. 145. D. 215. 3. A. Malaysia. B. Korea. C. Japan. D. Singapore. 4. A. A doctor. B. A professor. C. A guide. D. A businessman. 5. A. She hasn?t a dictionary. B. She is not sure how to read the word. C. She has looked the word up in the dictionary. D. She is going to buy a dictionary. 6. A. To live in the country. B. To live in a big city alone. C. To live with her parents. D. To live in a big city. 7. A. Buying another bicycle. B. Buying a used bicycle. C. Buying a new bicycle. D. Not buying a bicycle. 8. A. There?s something wrong with the bus. B. He?s in the hospital. C. It?s going in the wrong direction. D. He missed the bus. 9. A. Please sit down. B. She doesn?t want the man to sit with her. C. She?ll mind if he sits down. D. It doesn?t matter whether he sits down or not. 10. A. To draw a picture. B. To open the window. C. To look at somebody. D. To take a photo with the camera. Section B Directions In Section B, you will hear two short passages, and you will be asked three questions on each of the passages. The passages will be read twice, but the questions will be spoken only once. When you hear a question, read the four possible answers on your paper and decide which
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one would be the best answer to the question you have heard. Questions 11 through 13 are based on the following passage. 11. A. Sunny. B. Cloudy. C. Freezing. 12. A. Two to four feet. B. Three feet. C. Seven feet. feet. 13. A. A gallery. B. An exhibit. C. A device.
D. Wet. D. Two to three D. A Coffee Shop.
Questions 14 through 16 are based on the following passage. 14. A. A certificate. B. A sofa. C. A visit to a dog hotel. D. A spa (水疗). 15. A. By reviewing a vet?s certificate. B. By collecting information from witnesses. C. By checking the photographs. D. All of the above. 16. A. Because she is dying. B. Because she is too old to move forward. C. Because she suffers from joint problems. D. Because she usually has spa at home. Section C Directions In Section C, you will hear two longer conversations. The conversations will be read twice. After you hear each conversation, you are required to fill in the numbered blanks with the information you have heard. Write your answers on your answer sheet. Blanks 17 through 20 are based on the following conversation. Complete the form. Write ONE WORD for each answer. What has been happening to the man recently? What is the woman?s advice to solve the man?s problem? What does the man think of the weather in the city? Why doesn?t the man want to make a call? He has been _____17_____. Calling the _____18_____ hotline. It has been _____19_____ a great deal. He can?t afford to _____20_____ the phone bill.
Blanks 21 through 24 are based on the following conversation. Complete the form. Write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS for each answer. Dialogue Information Why doesn?t the man go to university? What working experience does the man have? Why does the man want the job? On what condition can the man receive a training? He has to _____21_____. He once worked in a _____22_____ for two months. He wants to become a _____23_____. If he can _____24_____.
II. Grammar and Vocabulary Section A Directions Read the following two passages. Fill in the blanks to make the passage coherent. For the blanks with a given word, fill in each blank with the proper form of the given word. For the other blanks, fill in each blank with one proper word. Make sure that your answers are grammatically correct.
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(A) After the birth of my second child, I got a job at a restaurant. Having worked with _____25_____ experienced waitress for a few days, I was allowed to wait tables on my own. All went well that first week. When Saturday night came, I _____26_____ (give) the tables not far from the kitchen. However, I still felt it a little hard to carry the heavy trays(托盘). The restaurant was full of people _____27 _____I could realize that. I moved slowly, and minded every step. I remember how happy I was when I saw the tray stand near the tables; It had nice handles, _____28_____ (make) it easier to move around. I was pleased with everything and began to believe I was a natural at this job. Then, an old man came to me and said, “Excuse me, dear, my wife and I loved watching you work. _____29_____ seems that your tray stand has been very useful to you, but we are getting ready to leave now, and my wife _____30_____ wait to take her walker back.” At first his message did not get across. “What was he talking about!” Then, I got it. I _____31_____(set) my trays on his wife?s orthopedic walker(助步器). My face was on fire. I wanted to get into a hole and hide. Since then, I?ve learned that sometimes there?s no point _____32_____ (be) too sure of myself. (B) There are a variety of techniques used to bring about success in selling. Here are the most important ones _____33_____ are often mentioned by successful salespeople. ? Find out _____34_____ your customers? real wants and needs are. Listen as they tell you their favours. ? Know all about your product and what it can do for your customers. Product knowledge is a “must” in personal selling because it creates confidence, builds enthusiasm, and makes the situation more professional. Lay emphasis on the unique advantage of your product _____35_____ others. ? Take a confident attitude in selling your product. It is _____36_____(effective) when the salesperson says, “May I help you?” than when he or she says “You wouldn?t like to see our model, _____37_____you?” ? Prepare yourself _____38_____(deal) with objections. If the customer says the price is too high, you might reply, “Yes, the price may be a little higher than _____39_____(plan). However, actually, you will save money _____40_____ high quality of this product.” Don?t disagree with your customer in any case when he or she says the price is too high. ? Use praise wisely. Section B Directions Complete the following passage by using the words in the box. Each word can only be used once. Note that there is one word more than you need. A. ccounted F. omparison G. dditional B. verage c H. ssociated a C. ontinuous a I. isk a D. ank a J. onfirmed c E. ink r K. ostpone c p r l
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Television watching is an activity which is known to be harmful to health and is distinct from getting too little exercise. But a new study suggests its damaging effects may even _____41_____ alongside those from smoking and obesity(肥胖). Researchers who studied television viewing habits in Australia calculated that people who watch for a(n) _____42_____ of six hours a day shorten their life expectancy(预期寿命) by almost five years. They based their calculations on data on the _____43 _____between television viewing and death from the Australian obesity and lifestyle study which involved 11,000 adults aged 25 and over. Applying these findings to the whole population over 25, who are estimated to have watched 9.8 billion hours of TV in 2008, they concluded that it _____44_____ for 286,000 years of life lost — equivalent to 22 minutes for each hour watched. By _____45_____, smoking one cigarette is estimated to shorten life expectancy by 11 minutes — equivalent to half an hour of TV watching. Writing in the British Journal of Sports Medicine, the authors from the University of Queensland, say the figures suggest “huge loss of life may be _____46_____ with too much TV viewing.” The UK and other industrialized countries are likely to be similarly affected “given the typically large amounts of time spent watching TV and the similarities in disease patterns.” The researchers add “If these figures are _____47_____ and shown to reflect a cause and effect relationship, TV viewing is a public health problem comparable in size to established behavioral risk factors.” Researchers from Taiwan University found even those who did as little as 92 minutes? exercise a week — equivalent to 15 minutes a day for six days a week — reduced their _____48_____ of death by 14 per cent. Even this small amount of exercise could _____49_____ one in six of all deaths — similar to the effects of a stop-smoking programme. Each _____50_____ 15 minutes a day reduced the death rate by a further 4 per cent. III. Reading Comprehension Section A Directions For each blank in the following passage there are four words or phrases marked A, B, C and D. Fill in each blank with the word or phrase that best fits the context. To understand how Americans think about things, it is necessary to understand “the point”. Americans mention it often “Let?s get right to the point”, they will say “My point is …” “What?s the point of all this?” The “point” is the _____51_____ or piece of information that Americans suppose is, or should be, _____52_____ of people?s thinking, writings, and spoken comments. Speakers and writers are supposed to ”make their points clear”, _____53_____ that they are supposed to say or write clearly the idea or piece of information they wish to _____54_____. People from many other cultures have different ideas about the _____55_____. Africans traditionally tell stories that express the _____56_____ they have in mind, rather than stating out “the point” clearly. Japanese traditionally speak _____57_____, leaving the listener to _____58_____ what the point is. _____59_____, while an American might say to a friend, “I don?t think that coat goes very well with the rest of your outfit”, a Japanese might say, “Maybe another coat would look even _____60_____ than the one you have on.” Americans _____61_____ a person who “gets right to the point”. Japanese are likely to consider such a
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person lacking thoughtfulness and sympathy if not _____62_____. The Chinese and Japanese languages are characterized by vagueness and ambiguity(模棱两 可). The precision and directness Americans associate with “the point” cannot be _____63_____, at least not with any grace, in Chinese and Japanese. Speakers of those languages thus have to _____64_____ a new way of reasoning and expressing their ideas _____65_____ they are going to communicate satisfactorily with Americans. 51. A. word 52. A. at the center reach 53. A. thinking 54. A. discuss 55. A. point 56. A. comments 57. A. frankly 58. A. figure out 59. A. Otherwise 60. A. tighter 61. A. value 62. A. sensitive 63. A. corrected 64. A. learn 65. A. although B. idea B. on the basis B. explaining B. remember B. information B. meanings B. indirectly B. search for B. However B. better B. forgive B. foolish B. achieved B. consider B. because C. place C. on the part C. meaning C. express C. reasons C. secret C. reluctantly C. make up C. Moreover C. thicker C. punish C. rude C. changed C. suggest C. until D. time D. beyond D. stating D. criticize D. feelings D. thought D. truly D. look over D. Thus D. longer D. insult D. loyal D. explained D. decide D. if
Section B Directions Read the following three passages. Each passage is followed by several questions or unfinished statements. For each of them there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. Choose the one that fits best according to the information given in the passage you have just read. (A) When you are little, it?s not hard to believe you can change the world. I remember my enthusiasm when, at the age of 12, I addressed the delegates at the Rio Earth Summit. “I am only a child,” I told them. “Yet I know that if all the money spent on war was spent on ending poverty and finding environmental answers, what a wonderful place this would be. In school you teach us not to fight with others, to work things out, to respect others, to clean up our mess, not to hurt other creatures, to share, not to be greedy. Then why do you go out and do the thing you tell us not to do? You grown-ups say you love us, but I challenge you, please, to make your actions reflect your words.” I spoke for six minutes and received a standing ovation. Some of the delegates even cried. I thought that maybe I had reached some of them, that my speech might actually spur(激励) action. Now, a decade from Rio, after I?ve sat through many more conferences, I?m not sure what has been accomplished. My confidence in the people in power and in the power of an individual?s voice to reach them has been deeply shaken. When I was little, the world was simple. But as a young adult, I?m learning that as we have to make choices — education, career, lifestyle — life gets more and more complicated. We are
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beginning to feel pressure to produce and be successful. We are taught that economic growth is in progress, but aren?t taught how to pursue a happy, healthy or sustainable(可持续的) way of living. And we are learning that what we wanted for the future when we were 12 was ideal and innocent. Today I?m no longer a child, but I?m worried about what kind of environment my children will grow up in. I know change is possible, because I am changing, still figuring out what I think. I am still deciding how to live my life. The challenges are great, but if we accept individual responsibility and make sustainable choices, we will rise to the challenges, and we will become part of the positive tide of change. 66. The purpose of what the writer said at the age of 12 was to _____. A. end poverty and make school beautiful B. find environmental answers and keep the words that they always told themselves C. end poverty and solve the problems about environment D. find a wonderful place and clean it up 67. What does the underlined word “ovation” in the second paragraph refer to _____. A. a long period of laughing B. a warm welcome C. an expression used for greeting D. a long period of clapping and applause 68. It becomes clear that the writer is possibly _____ now. A. in his teens B. in his twenties C. in his thirties D. in his forties 69. Which of the following is true according to the passage? A. the writer thinks what he thought at the age of 12 is mature. B. the writer ?s children will certainly live in an ideal environment. C. the writer ?s confidence in the people in power has deeply shaken their voice. D. the writer ?s belief does not change when he grows up. (B)
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70. Zeo is a revolution in the science of sleep mainly because it _____. A. can record one?s sleep process B. is the first product to manage one?s sleep C. is free of medical risks D. provides access to sleep fitness websites 71. What is the most remarkable feature of Zeo? A. Its direct contact with sleep scientists. B. Its individualized coaching program. C. Its effectiveness in curing sleep disorders. D. Its immediate analysis of sleep data. 70. What customer service does Zeo provide? A. Cheap online tools. B. A 30-day action plan. C. Personalized bedside display. D. Free delivery of the product. 71. The passage is primarily written to _____. A. encourage people to try the new product B. instruct people how to use a new tool C. provide the latest health information D. illustrate the importance of good sleep habit
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(C) Although websites such as Facebook and MySpace experienced rapid growth during the middle of the first decade of the 21st century, some users remain unaware of the fact that the information they post online can come back to haunt them. First, employers can monitor employees who maintain a blog, photo diary, or website. Employers can look for controversial(引 起争议的) employee opinions, sensitive information disclosures, or wildly inappropriate conduct. For example, a North Carolina newspaper fired one of its features writers after she created a blog on which she wrote about the strange things of her job and coworkers without signing her real name. The second unintended use of information from social networking websites is employers who check on prospective employees. A June 11, 2006 New York Times article reported that many companies use search engines and social networking websites such as MySpace, Xanga, and Facebook to conduct background checks on college campuses. Although the use of MySpace or Google to check a student?s background is somewhat unsettling to many undergraduates, the Times noted that the use of Facebook is especially shocking to students who believe that Facebook is limited to current students and recent alum(校友). Corporate employers are not the only people interested in college students? lives. The third unintended use of social networking websites is college administrators who monitor the Internet — especially Facebook — for student bad behavior. For example, a college in Boston?s Back Bay expelled (除名) its student Government Association President for joining a Facebook group highly critical of a campus police sergeant. In addition, fifteen students at a state university in North Carolina faced charges in court for underage drinking because of photos that appeared on Facebook. Although more users of websites such as Facebook are becoming aware of the potential dangers of online identities, many regular users still fail to take three basic security precautions(警 惕). First, only make your information available to a specific list of individuals whom you approve. Second, regularly search for potentially harmful information about yourself that may have been posted by mistake or by a disgruntled(不满的) former associate. Third, never post obviously offensive material under your name or on your page, because, despite the best precautions, this material will likely make its way to the wider world. By taking these simple steps, members of the digital world can realize the many benefits of e-community without experiencing some of the damaging unintended consequences. 74. The main purpose of the passage is to _____. A. explain the growth of the digital world from the view of privacy B. discuss the risks of the digital world and suggest ways to protect yourself C. propose steps Facebook, MySpace, and Google can take to protect user privacy D. illustrate potential unintended uses of private information 75. The writer implies that users should take all of the following actions to protect their online privacy EXCEPT _____. A. know to whom you make your online information available B. actively hunt for damaging information posted about you or under your name C. speak with employers to inform them of any misinformation published about you
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D. avoid uploading information that would be extremely damaging if it were discovered 76. According to the passage, which of the following does the author imply? A. Information obtained unwillingly from the Internet is permitted in court. B. It is impossible to protect yourself from unintended uses of information online. C. Even if you restrict who can view your data, the government may still access it. D. Done properly, posting offensive information about oneself brings no risk. 77. In the last paragraph the author mainly _____. A. offers detailed examples to support previous viewpoints B. further explores the ill-effects of the Internet on the protection of privacy C. summarizes the points of the above paragraphs D. provides suggestions to overcome the previously mentioned problems Section C Directions Read the passage carefully. Then answer the questions or complete the statements in the fewest possible words. New technology links the world as never before. Our plant has shrunk. It?s now a “global village” where countries are only seconds away by fax or phone satellite link. And, of course, our ability to benefit from this high-tech communications equipment is greatly enhanced by foreign language skills. Deeply involved with this new technology is a breed of modern business people who have a growing respect for the economic value of doing business abroad. In modern markets, success overseas often help support domestic business efforts. Overseas assignments are becoming increasingly important to advancement within executive ranks. The executive stationed in another country no longer need fear being “out of sight and out of mind.” He or she can be sure that the overseas effort is central to the company?s plan for success, and that promotions often follow or accompany an assignment abroad. If an employee can succeed in a difficult assignment overseas, superiors will have greater confidence in his or her ability to cope back in the United States where cross-cultural considerations and foreign language issues are becoming more and more prevalent(流行的). Thanks to a variety of relatively inexpensive communications devices with business applications, even small businesses in the United States are able to get into international markets. English is still the international language of business. But there is an ever-growing need for people who can speak another language. A second language isn?t generally required to get a job in business, but having language skills gives a candidate the edge when other qualifications appear to be equal. The employee posted abroad who speaks the country?s principal language has an opportunity to fast-forward certain negotiations, and can have the cultural insight to know when it is better to move more slowly. The employer at the home office who can communicate well with foreign clients over the telephone or by fax machine is an obvious asset to the firm. (Note Answer the questions or complete the statements in NO MORE THAN SIX WORDS.) 78. In this passage, “out of sight and out of mind” in paragraph 3 probably means ________________.
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79. What is the author ?s attitude toward high-tech communications equipment? 80. According to the passage, what is an important consideration of international corporations in employing people today? 81. The advantage of employees having foreign language skills is that they can __________________.
第 II 卷 (共 47 分)
I. Translation Directions Translate the following sentences into English, using the words given in the brackets. 1. 不努力我们是很容易落伍的。(fall) 2. 如果方便的话，请安排一辆车到机场接我。(convenient) 3. 雨连续下了两周，教练不得不考虑推迟比赛了。(choice) 4. 如何平衡好过多的作业和有限的时间对我们学生说是一个挑战。(challenge) 5. 在场的人们都为这些地震灾民担心，他们已被困三天，至今生死未卜。(trap) II. Guided Writing Directions Write an English composition in over 120 words according to the instructions given below in Chinese. 最近，学校就学生认为“自己最苦恼的事”做了一次问卷调查，结果如下图。请根据下 图写一篇调查报告。你的报告必须包括以下内容： ? 就前三种苦恼选择其中之一，具体描述这一苦恼的具体表现、产生原因； ? 用你本人生活中的一个具体事例，说明你是如何应对或排除这一苦恼的。 （报告中不能出现你的真实姓名和校名）
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录音材料及参考答案 I. Listening Comprehension Section A Directions In Section A, you will hear ten short conversations between two speakers. At the end of each conversation, a question will be asked about what was said. The conversations and the questions will be spoken only once. After you hear a conversation and the question about it, read the four possible answers on your paper, and decide which one is the best answer to the question you have heard. 1. M Most of the girls in this class are tall for their age. Among them, who is the tallest one? W Mary is shorter than Anna and Kate, who are both shorter than Jane. Q Who is the tallest? 2. M The plane for London left 20 minutes ago. We missed it. W That?s right. It?s already 205. What shall we do? Q What time did the plane leave? 3. M Why didn?t your husband come here for dinner last night? W Oh, he came back from Korea yesterday afternoon and was too tired to come. He also visited Japan, Singapore and Malaysia. Q Which country did the woman?s husband visit last? 4. M Now, what seems to be the trouble, Mrs. Green? W Oh, Mr. Smith, I feel very tired these days, and last night I had a headache. Q What is Mr. Smith? 5. M Hello, can you tell me how to read this word? W Sorry, I have to look it up in the dictionary. Q What does the woman mean? 6. M Why don?t you go with me to a big city? Maybe we can have a very comfortable life there. W I was born here, my elderly parents here love me so deeply and I love living here. Q What does the man want the woman to do? 7. M I can?t decide whether to buy a new bicycle or try to find a second hand one. W A new bicycle will cost you lot of money. I don?t think it is worth doing so. Q What does the woman suggest? 8. M Is this Bus 13 going to the hospital? W This is Bus 13, but it doesn?t go to the hospital. You?ll have to go across the street and take a No. 30. Q Why can?t the man get on this bus? 9. M Excuse me, the restaurant is so crowded. There is no other seat. Do you mind if I sit down here? W No, of course not. Q What does the woman mean? 10. M Can you help me? I haven?t done it before. W It?s easy. All you do is to look through the window and see them. Press the button and you will take a nice picture. Q What is the woman showing the man to do?
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Section B Directions In Section B, you will hear two short passages, and you will be asked three questions on each of the passages. The passages will be read twice, but the questions will be spoken only once. When you hear a question, read the four possible answers on your paper and decide which one would be the best answer to the question you have heard. Questions 11 through 13 are based on the following passage. This is radio station KSRF in Santa Monica, California. It?s time for the noon weather report, brought to you today by the English Coffee Shop on Montana at Seventh Street in Santa Monica — it?s open twenty-four hours a day with the best food in Santa Monica. At twelve o?clock, the sun is out after a cloudy morning. The wind is from the west at three miles an hour, and the temperature is seventy-eight degrees with waves which are two to three feet high. Good waves! If you are driving to the beach this afternoon, park at the north end of the beach. The south end parking field is already full. Have a good time at the beach! This weather report has been brought to you by the English Coffee Shop on Montana at Seventh Street in Santa Monica—it?s open twenty-four hours a day with the best food in Santa Monica. Questions 11. What is the weather like at the noon? 12. How high are the waves? 13. What does the radio station advertise? Questions 14 through 16 are based on the following passage. Chanel, the world?s oldest dog, celebrated her 21st birthday on Wednesday with a certificate from the Guinness Book of Records and a visit to a dog hotel and spa. It is reported that 21-year-old in dog age is equivalent to 120 years old in human. Chanel, once a rescue dog from New York, wore an orange sweater and red glasses as her owner accepted the award marking her longevity. The record authority reviewed a veterinarian?s certificate, statements from four witnesses and photographs to verify Chanel?s age. Chanel became the world?s oldest dog following the death of Butch, the 28-year-old former record holder, in 2003. Though visible nervous and shaking at times, Chanel posed for photographers as she sat on a red mini-sofa. Chanel?s owner got her pet from a shelter when the dog was six weeks old. Although Chanel could run miles in her younger days, now she suffers from joint problems and spends most of her days at home. Questions 14. Which of the following is NOT the award given by ?Guinness Book of Records to Chanel? 15. How could the record verify Chanel?s age? 16. Why should Chanel spend most of her time at home? Section C Directions In Section C, you will hear two longer conversations. The conversations will be read twice. After you hear each conversation, you are required to fill in the numbered blanks with the information you have heard. Write your answers on your answer sheet. Blanks 17 through 20 are based on the following conversation. Complete the form. Write ONE WORD for each answer.
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I?m so sick. I don?t feel well. You?ve been sick quite a bit since you got here, haven?t you? Well, for the past few weeks, the weather in this city has been changing a lot. It?s awful. One it?s hot outside, and the next day it?s raining. No matter what I put on, I?m always not dressed properly for that day. W You just haven?t learned to predict the changing climate in this city yet. Many newcomers complain about the same problem. I?ve been here for four years and I rarely get sick because I?m always dressed properly for the weather. But when I first came, that was a different story. M I know. But what can I do now? W Actually, there is something you can do. I heard that there?s a weather hotline you can call in the morning. That will tell you the temperature for the day. M Yes. I think I?ve heard of that hotline. W I?d like to find out if it really helps. Maybe you can give them a call tomorrow morning and see if it helps your situation. M Not me! I heard that it?s very expensive and I don?t have that kind of money. (Listen again, please) M W M day Blanks 21 through 24 are based on the following conversation. Complete the form. Write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS for each answer. W Hi, young man. Could you tell me something about yourself and why you are applying for this job? M I left school three months ago. I got As in nearly every subject. I am not going to university because I have to support my family now. My father has recently retired. My parents need money for my younger brother and sister ?s tuition fees. W I see. Have you had any working experience? M I worked in a radio factory for two months. W That?s a very short time, isn?t it? M Yes. The factory wanted extra people for their busy season. W I understand. Why are you interested in this job? M My wish is to become a skilled technician. Will I be trained here? W Partly. If you pass our tests, you?ll be able to go to technical school classes twice a week. The tests are held after you have been here for three months. We?ll know by then if you?re suitable for the job. M That?s fine. I will make sure that I pass. W All right. I?ll give you a chance. My secretary will tell you whom to see. You could start work on the first day of next month. Is that all right? M Yes, and thank you very much indeed. (Listen again, please)
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参考答案 第I卷 I. Listening Comprehension Section A 1~5 ccbab 6~10 dbcad Section B 11~13 add 14~16 bdc Section C 17. ill / sick 18. weather 19. changing 20. pay 21. support his family 22. radio factory 23. skilled technician 24. pass the tests II. Grammar and Vocabulary Section A 25. an 26. was given 27. before 29. It 30. can?t 31. had set 33. that 34. what 35. over 37. would 38. to deal 39. planned Section B 41~45 dbeaf 46~50 hjikg III. Reading Comprehension Section A 51~55 bacca 56~60 dbadb 61~65 acbad Section B 66~69 cdbd 70~73 bbda 74~77 bcad Section C 78. missing opportunities for promotion when abroad 79. Positive. 80. Ability to speak the client?s language 81. better control the whole negotiation process 第 II 卷 I. 1. 2. 3. Translation It is pretty easy for us to fall behind without effort. If convenient, please arrange for a car to pick me up at the airport. It has been raining for two weeks, so the coach has no choice but to consider putting off the match. II. Guided Writing 略
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