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I. Listening Comprehension (30%) Section A Short Conversations 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. Husband and wife. B. Doctor and patient. C. Manager and clerk. D. Waitress and customer. 2. A. Hotel and resident. B. Professor and student. C. Customer offi cer and traveler. D. Boss and secretary. 3. A.He is quite easy to recognize. B.He is an outstanding speaker. C.He looks like a movie star. D.He looks young for his age. 4. A.Urge Jenny to spend more time on study. B.Help Jenny to prepare for the coming exams. C.Act towards Jenny in a more sensible way. D.Send Jenny to a volleyball trai ning center. 5. A. Looking for a timetable. B. Buying some furniture. C. Reserving a table. D. Window shopping. 6. A. Henry doesn’t like the color. B. Someone else painted the house. C. There was no ladder in the house. D. Henry painted the house himself. 7. A. Clean her house while she is away. B. Buy her some plants and take care of them. C. Water her plants while she is away. D. Water her plants when he is not at work. 8. A.There are too many courses offered to students. B. The woman should take fewer courses next term. C. The man will take four courses next semester. D. It is wiser to take more than four courses. 9. A. Spending more time on sightseeing. B. Visiting the city with a group. C. Touring the city on a fine day. D. Taking the man with her on the tour. 10. A. Ask Tom to send an invitation. B. Get the Johnsons’ address. C. Invite Tom to the party. D. Tell Tom to pick up the Johnsons. Section B Passages 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. 11. A. Courses in British history. B. Language courses. C. Courses in sports. D. Teacher training courses. 12. A. To attract more students. B. To make the courses suitable for students of all levels. C. To let the students have a good rest.
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D. To make the summer school more like a holiday. 13. A. Because they all work very hard. B. Because their teachers are all native speakers of English. C. Because they learn not only in but also out of class. D. Because they are all advanced students. Questions 14 through 16 are based on the following passage. 14.A. To show off their wealth. B. To feel good. C. To regain their memory. D. To be different from others. 15.A. To help solve their psychologica l problems. B. To play games with them. C. To send them to the hospital. D. To make them aware of its harmfulness. 16.A. They need care and affection. B. They are fond of the world trips. C. They are mostly from broken families. D. They are likely to commit crimes. Section C Longer Conversations Directions: In section C, you will hear two longer conversations. Each conversation will be read twice. After you hear the 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.
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Missing Person Report Form Time last seen Place last seen Name Appearance About ___17___o’clock in the afternoon. At the ___18____section of the store. ____19________. Dark ___20_____hair,thin and small.

Complete the form. Write ONE WORD OR NUMBER for each answer. Blanks 21 through 24 are based on the following conversation. What is the man’s job? Why does the man prefer to cook a meal rather than have a take-away? What does the man say about an element of stress in his job? What does he enjoy about the stressful aspects of his job? He works as a ______21______. He considers ______22_______. It can be _____23_______. He enjoys a ____24______.

Complete the form. Write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS for each answer. II. Grammar and Vocabulary (25%) Section A Directions: Beneath each of the following sentences there are four choices marked A, B, C and D.
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Choose the one answer that best completes the sentence. 25.The population of this city, forty percent of which _________, _________ 15% in the last three years. A.are Germans, has risen by B.are Germen, has fallen by C.is Germans, have increased to D.is Germans, have been reduced by 26. The students, _________ at the way the questions were put, didn't know the answers to them. A.they being surprised B.surprised C.their being surprised D.then surprised 27. Prices of daily goods ________ through a computer can be lower than store prices. A. are bought B. bought C. been bought D. buying 28. The students expected there _____ more reviewing classes before the final exams. A. is B. being C. have been D. to be 29. He wasn’t asked to take on the chairmanship of the society, ___ insufficiently popular with all members. A. being considered B. considering C. to be considered D. having considered 30. According to a recent survey, 95 percent of women aged between 15 and early 40s ______ a doctor once a year, compared to 70 percent of men in the same age group. A. sees B. see C. saw D. had seen 31. Today’s college is appropriate as a setting for a society,________ its members must acquire and manage knowledge from a wide variety of sources. A.which B.so that C.where D.of which 32. His writing is so confusing that it’s difficult to make out _____it is he is trying to express. A.that B.how C.who D.what 33. Marie told us that _____ that she was able to set up new branches elsewhere. A. so successful her business was B. so successful was her business C. such successful business had she D. so her business was successful 34. Although he has become wealthy, Mr. Wood remains _______ he used to be, modest and friendly. A. when B. where C. what D. how 35. I can think of many cases _________ students obviously knew a lot of English words and expressions but couldn't write a good sentence. A.why B.which C.as D.where 36. _________ solve the medical care for the low-income earners and the unemployed. A.Only by joint efforts can we B.By only joint efforts we can
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C.Only by joint efforts we can D.Only we can joint effort 37.________ from other continents for millions of years, Australia has many plants and animals not found in any other country in the world. A.Being separated B.Having separated C.Having been separated D.To be separated 38. _____ fish stocks overexploited, or seriously destroyed, the ocean, the last great piece of wilderness on this planet, is _____ serious trouble. A. That … out of B. With … in C. Because … no D. For … of 39. _________ on a clear day far from the city crowds, the mountains give him a sense of infinite peace.

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A. Walking

B. When one is walki ng

C. If walking

D. When walking

40. ___________the many ways illegal immigrants come into the United States every year, the vehicle crammed with crowds seems to be the method of choice lately, however, tragedies such as deaths on the journey to the destination, are sometimes reported nowadays. A.In Section B B.For C.Of D.On

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. complicated F. relative B. seldom G. simple C. aimed H. quality D. dangerous I. inexperienced E. change J. ignore

There are more than almost two million cars on the streets of Shanghai. That’s not a big number _41_ to the city’s population of 23 million, but everyone agrees that traffic is a big problem here. And many people would argue that it’s not the number of cars on the road, but the _42_ of the drivers that is the main cause of concern. According to one survey, 37% of Shangha i drivers have less than three years of driving experience. Many of these drivers are middle-aged and have never operated machinery more _43_ than a washing machine. On the road, they drive fast when they should drive slow, _44_ use turn signals, and make right turns on red lights without stopping first. And in the past year, there have been several incidents that resulted in pedestrian deaths when _45_ drivers mistook the gas pedal for the brake (刹车)pedal. There are new regulations _46_ at making it more difficult for people to get a driver’s license, but that is only a partial solution to Shanghai’s traffic problems. What is really needed is a _47_ in drivers’ attitudes. There seems to be a lack of concern for safety on the part of drivers: their own safety and the safety of others. You can see this every day as drivers change lanes aggressively and _48_ pedestrians at crosswalks and intersections. A car is a great convenience, but it can also be a _49_ weapon. Drivers will have to realize that before Shanghai’s streets can become truly safe. III. Reading Comprehension (50%) Section A Directions: For each blank in the following passages 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. German universities, known for their excellence throughout the world in the early part of the th 20 century, are in a state of decline, according to Michael Burda, an American economics professor at Berlin’s Humholdt University. Burda claims that Germany’s 300 schools of 50 learning are being hurt by ―a long-time shortage of general 51 . ―No statistic(统计数字) makes this more evident than a low proportion of young Germans actually 52 university-level degrees,‖ he says. Only 22 per cent of German students aged 24-34 53 complete their university studies.That’s compared to 31 percent in the UK, and 39 percent in the US, 54 the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). One reason for the decline is that Germany spends barely 1.1 per cent of its gross 55
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product (GDP) on higher education, compared to 2.6 percent in the US. ― A central reason why so few Germans 56 university degrees here is the deterioration (下降/退化) in the 57 of education.This certainly comes from the rise in the number of students per teacher.Those who have the will and the means often study 58 ,‖ he said. Since the 1960s, more than 90 percent of German higher education has been publicly supported.Famous universities are still public institutions, 59 by federal and regional governments. Private funding of universities is 60 in Germany.This comes from the country’s lack of a donating tradition and rules limiting the amounts of tax-free donations. But now there signs that 61 may be changing. Professor Dieter Lenzen, president of Berlin’s Free University, agrees that 62 money has to be spent on higher education.But he disputes Burda’s claim that German universities are in 63 . ―A decade ago that may have been the 64 , but that was a result of the unsteady situation at the time of reunification.Now, things have changed for the better,‖ Lenzen said. 50.A.self B.high C.higher D.language 51.A.loan B.funding C.aid D.finance 52.A.completing B.rewarding C.demanding of D.applying for 53.A.successfully B.scarcely C.fail to D.try to 54.A.thanks to B.due to C.owing to D.according to 55.A.definite B.digital C.dominant D.domestic 56.A.persuade B.pursue C.seek D.refuse 57.A.difficulty B.quantity C.quality D.organization 58.A.here B.abroad C.alone D.at home 59.A.administered B.established C.managed D.financed 60.A.rare B.common C.sufficient D.rejected 61.A.tax B.money C.attitudes D.decision 62.A.less B.more C.no D.enough 63.A.progress B.decline C.need D.development 64.A.evidence B.occasion C.situation D.case Section B Directions: Read the following 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) The Internet has led to a huge increase in credit-card fraud. Your card information could even be for sale in an illegal Web site.Web sites offering cheap goods and services should be regarded with care. On-line shoppers who enter their credit-card information may never receive the goods they bought.The thieves then go shopping with your card number or sell the information over the Internet.? Computers hackers(黑客) have broken down security systems, raising questions about the safety of cardholder information. Several months ago,25 000 customers of CD Universe, an on-line music retailer(批发商),were not lucky. Their names, addresses and credit-card numbers were posted on a Web site after the reta iler refused to pay US $157 828 to get back the
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information.? Credit-card firms are now fighting against on-line fraud. Master Card is working on plans for Web-only credit card, with a lower credit limit. The card could be used only for shopping on-line. However, there are a few simple steps you can take to keep from being cheated.? Ask about your credit-card firm's on-line rules: Under British law, cardholders are responsible for the first US $78 of any fraudulent spending.? And shop only at secure sites: Send your credit-card information only if the Web site offers advanced secure system.? If the security is in place, a letter will appear in the bottom right-hand corner of your screen. The Web site address may also start with https://—the extra ―s‖ stands for secure. If in doubt, give your credit-card information over the telephone.? Keep your password safe: Most online sites require a user name and password before placing an order. Treat your passwords with care.? 65. What do most people worry about the Internet according to this passage?? A. A lot of stolen credit-cards were sold on the Internet.? B. Fraud on the Internet.? C. Many Web sites are destroyed.? D. Many illegal Web sites are on the Internet. 66. What is the meaning of the word ―fraud‖ ?? A. cheating B. sale C. payment 67. How can the thieves get the information of the credit-card?? A. The customers give them the information.? B. The thieves steal the information from Web sites.? C. The customers sell the information to them.? D. safety

D. Both A and B. 68. You are shopping on the site: http://www.shopping.com,and you want to buy a TV set, what does this article suggest doing? A. Order the TV set at once.? B. Do not buy the TV set on this site.? C. E-mail the site your credit-card information.? D. Tell the site your password and buy the TV set for you. (B) Before we send humans into deep space, we’ll have to find out just how long the human body can survive in a weightless environment. One problem is that in space there’s no physical sensation to let you know when you’re upside down and astronauts have to rely on possible clues from their surroundings. A few hours after reaching orbit(轨道), one in three of all astronauts will experience space sickness—a feeling rather like carsickness. There is also the problem of protection from the extreme hazards(危险) of space such as constant meteorite bombardment(陨 星轰击) and radiation. It is going to take some clever technology to keep rockets and astronauts from these dangers. Even with a well-protected spaceship, space travel isn’t going to be easy. No matter what you travel in, it is going to be a long flight in space! Science fiction writers often imagine using suspended animation(动画), a kind of forced long-term sleep, as a way for astronauts to escape the

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boredom of long missions. An even stronger measure might be to freeze the astronauts. We already use cryogenic(低温) techniques to preserve dead bodies and store human embryos(胚胎). Freezing living adults may not be so far away, but perhaps we don’t have to do that. Perhaps we should use our existing technology and send frozen embryos to the far corners of universe. Hundreds of years from now, billions and billions of miles away, the embryos will be thawed(解冻) and their hearts will start beating. These astronauts of the future will not grow inside a mother’s body but will be produced in a machine. They will be brought up by robot. It may seem strange but one day it might just happen. 69. We can learn from the passage that _______. A. scientists already use existing technology to store embryos for space flight B. cryogenic techniques will practically be used for space flight in hundreds of years C. it may be easier to freeze embryos than to freeze adults on the spaceship D. most astronauts will suffer from space sickness 70. In the future astronauts for extreme long journeys will grow up_____. A. before they go into space B. during the space trip C. when they are inside mother’s body D. after they return from space 71. The passage is mainly about ______. A. the bright future of space flight B. the possibility to train embryo astronauts C. the physical and mental conditions of astronauts D. the problems and the possible solutions to them in long space flights (C) NASDAQ, acronym for the National Association of Securities Dealers Automated Quotation system, is one of the largest markets in the world for the trading of stocks. The number of companies listed on NASDAQ is more than that on any of the other stock exchange in the United States, including the New York Stock Exchange(NYSE) and the American Stock Exchange (AMSE). The majority of companies listed on NASDAQ are smaller than most of those on the NYSE and AMSX. NASDAQ has become known as the home of new technology companies, particularly computer and computer-related businesses. Trading on NASDAQ is started by stock brokers(经纪人) acting on behalf of their clients. The brokers negotiate with market makers who concentrate on trading specific stocks to reach a price for the stock. Unlike other stock exchange, NASDAQ has no central location where trading takes place. Instead, its market makers are located all over the country and make trades by telephone and via the Internet. Because brokers and market makers trade stocks directly instead of on the floor of a stock exchange, NASDAQ is called an over-the-counter market. The term over-the –counter refers to the direct nature of the trading, as in a store where goods are handed over a counter. Since its inception(开市) in 1971, the NASDAQ Stock Market has been the innovator(创新 者). As the world’s first electronic stock market, NASDAQ long ago set a precedent(先例) for technological trading innovation that is unrivaled(无对手的). Now ready to become the world’s first truly global market, the NASDAQ Stock Market is the market of choice for business industry leaders worldwide. By providing an efficient environment for raising capital NASDAQ has helped thousands of companies achieve their desired growth and successfully make the leap into public
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ownership. 72. What is TRUE of NASDAQ? A. It is the largest stock market in the world. B. IT lists only small companies. C. It lists all the new technology companies. D. It lists the biggest number of companies. 73. The word‖ negotiate‖(Line 8,Para.1) means ________. A. discuss B. argue C. interfere D. cope 74. NASDAQ is also known as an over-the –counter market because it seems______. A. a stock market B. a stock exchange C. a counter D. a store 75. Since its founding in 1971, NASDAQ has contributed to ______. A. raising money for many companies B. creating an efficient environment for many companies C. the expected development of many companies D. the unexpected development of many companies Section C Directions: Read the following text and choose the most suitable heading from the list A - F for each paragraph. There is one extra heading which you do not need.

A. The great impact and progress in genetic engineering B. Worries about privacy protection C. Worries about medical use of genetic engineering D. Genetic knowledge helps to predict diseases E. Possibilities of misuse genetic knowledge F. The application of genetic engineering in the medical fields

76. ______________________ Current research into the human gene system is helping us understand why people have predispositions (易患某病倾向) to certain diseases. Knowing our genetic makeup can help us to judge whether or not we may be stricken by particular illness, such as cancer. Even before birth, we are able to do genetic screenings to determine what a child's genetic disorder will be. Scientists have already isolated and identified the genes responsible for the more than 4,000 genetic diseases that affect human beings. 77. ______________________ The implications of this knowledge are astonishing. In addition to predicting genetic predisposition towards diseases, gene therapies may provide new treatments or cures for serious diseases. Millions of people already use genetically engineered drugs to treat heart disease, cancer, AIDS, and strokes(中风). But with the research that is now being conducted, we may find cures to many more diseases. In the near future, genetic experimentation will also allow parents to select the traits of their children. Genetic traits that determine height, weight, eye and hair color will be able to be controlled, and many parents are excited about this potential. 78. ______________________
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Many people, however, are unwilling to accept the possibilities genetic research.. For example, one reason some women do not use the largest genetic testing for breast cancer is because they are afraid they will be discriminated against. Another problem is that many people do not want to discover their weakness. What if they learn that they have a disease for which there are no medical cures? How will such knowledge affect their lives? Do people really want to know what they will die of? 79. ______________________ Many people believe that history has not always shown human decision-making to be bright when it comes to ethical(道德的)choices. Jeremy Rifkin is probably the most well known opponent of genetic engineering. He believes that humans are not responsible enough to experiment with genes and should not "play God" He asks, "Just because it can be done, does that mean it should be done?" He points out that our society will eventually look and act the same if parents select the traits of their children, and he questions the desirability of such a society. 80. ______________________ One of the fears expressed about genetic experimentation involves privacy. Already blood sample taken from patients in hospitals have been used for genetic research without the patients' permission. Most people would agree that one's health and genetic makeup are private concerns. But if insurance companies gain access to this information, it could have a large impact on insurance coverage or costs; if employers gain access to the information, it could have a large impact on hiring or promotion decisions. The possibilities for discrimination are obvious. Section D Directions: Read the passage carefully. Then answer the questions or complete the statements in the fewest possible words.(No more than 12 words) A long-awaited final report from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) concludes that foods from healthy cloned animals and their offspring are as safe as those from ordinary animals, effectively removing the last US regulatory barrier to the marketing of meat and milk from cloned cattle, pigs and goats. The 968-page "final risk assessment," not yet released but obtained by The Washington Post, finds no evidence to support people’s concerns that food from clones may have hidden risks. But, recognizing that a majority of consumers are wary of(谨慎的)food from clones—and that cloning could damage the good image of American milk and meat—the report includes hundreds of pages of raw data so that others can see how it came to its conclusions. The report also acknowledges that human health concerns are not the only subject raised by the coming-out of cloned farm animals. ―Moral, religious and ethical concerns have been raised,‖ the agency notes in a document accompanying the report. But the report is ―exactly a science-based assessment.‖ It reports, because the agency is not authorized by law to consider those issues. In practice, it will be years before foods from clones make their way to store shelves in large quantities, in part because the clones themselves are too valuable to kill or milk. Instead, the expensive animals’replicas(复制品) of some of the finest farm animals ever born — will be used
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firstly as breeding stock to create what supporters say will be a new generation of superior farm animals. When food from those animals hits the market, the public may yet have its say. FDA officials have said they do not expect to require food from clones to be labeled as such, but they may allow foods from ordinary animals to be labeled as not from clones. 81. What conclusion has FDA drawn after the public waited for a long time? 82. Foods from clones won’t be available soon partly because _________________. 83. With the appearance of cloned farm animals, people care more about _________________ problems. 84. How will foods from ordinary animals be labeled? 第 II 卷 I. Translation (20%) Directions: Translate the following sentences into English, using the words given in the brackets. 1.一部吸引观众的电影从一开头就能调起他们的兴趣。 (appeal) 2.该自然保护区的工人们试图靠他们自己来清理,但他们的努力远远不够。(reserve) 3.她昨晚已恢复了知觉,但是可能还要很长一段时间才能重拾网球拍。 (consciousness) 4. 学校团体旅游对孩子们大量了解自己的国家提供了一个好机 会。(excursion) 5.许多美籍华人在美国经济中起着如此重要的作用以至于在某些领域,他们是不可替代的。 (substitute) II. Guided Writing (25%) Directions: Write an English composition in over 120 words according to the instructions given below in Chinese.
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