2 Part ⅠListening ComprehensionPart ⅡVocabulary & StructurePart IIIReading comprehensionPart ⅣTranslation---English into ChinesePart ⅤWriting
3 Part Ⅰ Listening Comprehension （15 minutes）Directions: This part is to test your listening ability. It consists of 3 sections.Section ASection BSection C
4 Section ADirections: This section is to test your ability to give proper answers to questions. There are 5 recorded questions in it. After each question, there is a pause. The 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 given in your test paper.1. A. That Mary is going to Hawaii.B. That Mary has travelled all over the world.C. That Mary likes postcards.D. That Mary is going on vacation.W: I guess I’ll send Mary a postcard from Hawaii when Igo there on my vacation.M: I’m sure that she’d be glad to get one. She has acollection of cards from all over the world.Q: What do we learn about Mary?
5 2. A. On the grass. B. Near the pool C. At home D. On his bikeC. At homeM: Have you seen Wang recently?W: He must be home by now. I saw him leave on his bike half an hour ago.Q: Where did the woman think Wang is?3. A. $ B. $120C. $ D. $200A. $60W: I like these chairs. How much are they?M: They are sixty dollars each or one hundred dollars forthe pair.Q: How much does one chair cost?
6 4. A. Patient and DoctorB. Waitress and CustomerC. Wife and HusbandD. Secretary and BossW: Would you like to see a menu?M: No, thank you. I already knew what I want to order.Q: What is the probable relationship between thetwo speakers?
7 5. A. Bob didn’t visit them.B. Bob will not visit them because it is not on his way.C. Bob will visit them even though it is out of his way.D. Bob doesn’t have good relations with them.W: I wish that Bob were coming to visit us.M: He won’t be able to, because it’s out of his way.Q: What do we learn from this conversation?
8 Section BDirections: This section is to test your ability to understand short dialogues. There are two conversations in it. After each, there are questions. Both the Conversations and questions will be spoken two times. When you hear a question, you should decide on the correct answer from the 4 choices marked A, B, C and D given in your test paper.Conversation 16. A. One B. Two C. Three D. Four7. A. Grass B. Vegetables C. Roses D. Trees8. A. In a small yard B. In a big gardenC. On the roof D. In the greenhouseB. TwoC. RosesA. In a small yard
9 Conversation 29. A .$ B. $ C. $ D. $1710. A. He already had a lot of tiesB. He didn’t have enough moneyC. He might get some from his childrenD. He had to save money for his birthdayD. $17
10 Conversation 1M: Where are you living now, Mary?W: We are living on Main Street.M: Do you like your new house?W: Yes, we do. At first, we meant to buy a one-story house.M: Do you mean you are now living in a two-story house?W: Yes. And we prefer that way.M: Do you have a nice yard?W: Of course. Although it is not very big, we haveenough room for flowers.M: You enjoy gardening, don’t you?W: Yes, I do. And my husband does, too. We liketo have roses in the yard.6. How many stories does Mary’s house have?7. What kind of plant do Mary and her husband liketo grow?8. Where do they grow them?
11 Conversation 2W: May I help you, Sir?M: Yes, could you show me shirts? Size 15, please.W: All right, Sir. How about this one? It’s a new style.M: Oh, that must be the one I saw advertised in the paper.W: Yes, that’s right.M: Would you tell me the price?W: Ten dollars for one, and seventeen dollars for 2.M: All right, I’ll take 2.W: Anything else, Sir?M: I may need some ties to match the shirts, but mybirthday is next week and I may get some from mychildren.9. How much did the man pay for the shirts hebought?10. Why didn’t the man buy any ties?
12 Section CDirections: 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 with a word or a short phrase (in no more than 3 words). You should write your answer to each question correspondingly. Now the passage will begin.
13 11. How did the speaker feel when he ran his first mile? He felt it was the thing he had ever done.12. How many years has the speaker been running?.13. How many miles does the speaker run at a time?14. Why does running seem to be the best form ofexercise for many people?Because there is no need for15. When can we do running ?We can do it at______hardest_______15 years_______8 (miles)special training___________________any time
14 My favorite sport is running My favorite sport is running. But when I ran my first mile, it was the hardest thing I have ever done in my life. Now I have been running for 15 years. Each time I cover as much as 8 miles, and I have developed a habit of running everyday. Many people like running. There are several reasons why running seems to be the best form of exercise for them. For instance, it is something everybody knows how to do already. So no special training is needed for it. Secondly, it is somethingyou can do anywhere. Of course you must have a goodpair of shoes. You can run if you’re leaving the city.You can run when you travel. Running is also somethingyou can do at any time, during a lunch hour, or in theearly morning.
15 Part Ⅱ Vocabulary & Structure （15 minutes）Directions: This part is to test your ability to construct grammatically correct sentences. It consists of 2 sections.Section ASection B
16 Section ADirections: In this section, there are 10 incomplete sentences. You are required to complete each one by deciding on the most appropriate word on words from the 4 choices marked A, B, C and D.16. Never before so highly successful in his attempts to modify theweather on a very small scale.A. man has been B. man is C. has man been D. will be manC. has man been17. I you everything’s going to be all right.A. insure B. assure C. ensure D. sureB. assure18. Although happened in that developed countrysounds like science fiction, it could occur elsewherein the world.A. this B. how C. what D. itC. what
17 19. People say fish and chips is typical Britain. A. of B. from C. to D. withA. of20. Maggie ran back to the kitchen, eggs carefully in her hands.A. to be held B. held C. were held D. holdingB. held21. The students in the dormitories were forbidden, unless they hadspecial passes, after 11 p.m.A. staying out B. from staying outC. stay out D. to stay outD. to stay out22. It the village where we spent our holiday lastsummer.A. reminds me of B. remembers me ofC. reminds me to D. remembers me toA. reminds me of
18 23. Two beers, please.A. icy B. freezing C. chilled D. frozenD. frozen24. I don’t have any idea what for graduation.A. does she want B. she wantC. she wants D. is she wantingC. she wants25. It’s surprising that this innocent-looking personshould have such a crime.A. acted B. committedC. made D. performedB. committed
19 Section BDirections: There are 10 incomplete statements here. 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 given in your test paper.26. Your hesitation means (give up ) the chance.27. She will come to call on you the moment she (finish)her work.28. The little girl gave an (extreme) wonderfulperformance last night.29. She knows even (little) about the OlympicGames than I do.(Judge) from last year’s experience, thecoach knows he should not expect too much ofhis team._______giving up__________has finished________extremely___less______Judging
20 31. Most students (take) sixty credits by the time they graduate.32. It required that every employee (come) in their uniform before8:00 a.m.33. Tom told me he (join) the army two years before.34. You should be aware that this rare plant was on the list of human(protect).35. In the middle of the hall there was a Christmas tree(decorate) with colored lights and glassballs.will have taken________________come________had joinedprotection________________decorated
21 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 1Task 2Task 3Task 4Task 5
22 Task 1Directions: 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. Choose the best answer.The White House is the home of the President of the United States and his family. It wasn’t called the White House until Teddy Roosevelt named it in 1901.James Hoban designed the White House in 1792.He was awarded the job, because he had won a contestsponsored by the government. His design had beenselected as the best.
23 President John Adams was the first to live in the White House President John Adams was the first to live in the White House . When he and his wife, Abigail, moved in, it was a huge mansion in the middle of a swamp. Many of the rooms were unfinished. Abigail used the famous East Room as a drying room for laundry. Most rooms were decorated every year. Rare shrubs and trees were planted on the grounds.Yet, all this work was for nothing. In the War of 1812,the British burned the mansion to the ground. The WhiteHouse was rebuilt in The beauty of its decorationsand furnishings has been growing ever since.
24 36. Which of the following would be the best title for the passage? A. President John Adams and the White House.B. White House TodayC. A House Full of HistoryD. White House Before 181237. The White House was sponsored by the government. Thismeans that the government ____ .A. received the prize B. held the contestC. invented the design D. was against having a contest38. James Hoban won the job of building the White House ,because ____.A. his plan of the house seemed better than the others’B. he was the best-known architect of his time.C. he organized the contestD. he applied for the job to the governmentB. held the contest
25 39. Which of the following statement is true according to the passage?A. The present building of the White House has been standing foralmost two centuries.B. It was James Hoban who first got the idea of building the WhiteHouse.C. The number of the rooms in the White House has been growingever since it was built.D. The White House got its name at the turn of thecentury.40. When did the White House rebuilt?A B C D.1817D.1817
26 Task 2Directions: After reading the following passage, you will find 5 questions or unfinished statements, numbered 41 through 45. For each question or statement there are 4 choices marked A, B, C and D. Choose the best answer.No one knows why we sleep, but it’s certain that we need to. People who are prevented from sleeping begin to suffer obvious effect after a few days—they think less clearly, and they fall asleep during the working hours. Some may have hallucinations 【幻觉】.There are no rules about sleep. Generally speaking,grown-ups sleep about seven and a half hours eachnight and probably more than 60 per cent get betweenseven and eight hours. But perhaps eight per cent arequite happy with 5 hours or less, and four per cent orso find that they want ten hours or more. If you feel allright, you’re probably getting enough sleep. Theimportant thing is not to worry how much other peopleget —their needs may be different.
27 Exercise doesn’t seem to increase the need for sleep, office workers, for example, sleep for about as long as people doing physically active work.Children sleep more than grown-ups— perhaps fourteen to eighteen hours soon after birth, going down to grown-up levels by early teenage. Sleep patterns also tend to be different in the elderly, who may sleep less at night than they did when younger. They find sleep getting more broken, and often make it a rule to sleep during the daytime.41. According to the passage, some people areunable to think clearly because _____ .A. they have hallucinationsB. they feel sleepy during the working hoursC. they don’t have enough sleepD. they are certain to be kept from going to bed
28 42. Which of the following is true? A. All grown-ups must have at least eight-hour sleep.B. Most of grown-ups sleep for seven or eight hours.C. Quite a few people need only five hours or less for them to sleep.D. No grown-ups sleep more than ten hours.43. Whether you have got enough sleep is judged by ____ .A. how many hours you have sleptB. how many hours you need to sleepC. whether you do exercise and physical workD. whether you feel fresh and energetic
29 44. According to the passage, a boy of fourteen years old sleeps ___ . A. as long hours as a grown-upB. much longer hours than a grown-upC. for fourteen hours each nightD. for less than eight hours per night45. Which of the following is true when the elderly find sleep gettingmore broken?A. They usually sleep during the daytime.B. They just ignore it.C. They talk about it to their friends.D. Thy are always complaining about it.
30 English for Cambridge Examination Task 3Directions: The following is information about the traveling advertisement. After reading it, you should complete the information by filling in the blanks marked 46 to 50 in no more than 3 words.English for Cambridge ExaminationThis course prepares non-native speakers for the internationally recognized First Certificate in English.Syllabus 【课程大纲】Speaking skills are taught as part of an integratedapproach. Special emphasis is placed on the ability tocommunicate successfully at all levels. Listening skillsare also taught as part of an integrated approach.Extensive use is made of our modern languagelaboratory and video self-access center.
31 Grammar practice is an essential part of the preparation for examination. Students are introduced to word processing on computers.Integrated into our basic syllabus for speaking, listening and reading are regular classes on British life and institutions including the legal system, politics and the press. Literary texts form a part of all courses.Careers and future studyThe FCE is an intermediate qualification internationally recognized in commerce, industry and higher education.AdmissionApplication—refer direct to the Language Center,University Brighton, Falmer, Brighton BN 19PH for detailsand application form.ContactCourse leader: Martin Wilson
32 Training Course for FCE Intended for: of English to obtain the internationally recognized First Certificate in English.Skills to be trained: speaking, and reading .Teaching aids available: modern and 49self-access center.Contact person:non-native speakers_______________________listeninglanguage laboratory____________________video___________Martin Wilson
33 Task 4Directions: The following is a list of terms frequently used in foreign trade. After reading it, you are required to find the items equivalent to【与……等同】those given in Chinese in the table below. Then youshould put the corresponding letters in the brackets numbered 51 to 55.A ---Networked computer stations; dial in accessB---Campus wide area networkC---Computers and a laser printer in each classroomD---Private directories for all students and staffE---Mail for staff and studentsF---Interactive distance learning stationsG---Instructional mediaH---Student stationsI---Resources accessible campus-wide via fiber optic networkJ---On-line research servicesK---Student-run stereo radio stationL---Telephone in every classroomM---Voice mail for all staffN---Electronic Bulletin Board available around the clockO---T-1 Internet Access
35 Task 5Directions: Read the following information carefully. After reading it, you are required to complete the statements that follow the questions No. 56 to No. 60. You should write your answer in no more than 3 words.How hard is it to get beautiful hair?Beautiful hair cannot be taken for granted. Environmental factors, chemical treatments and the mechanical damage done by combs, brushes and below dryers all have a bad effect on thehair in the long run. The hair parts into thin pieces, losesits brightness, becomes hard and easily broken anddevelops split ends.Our Heated Scissors 【剪刀】, a new approach topretty hair, is a modern technological device available inmost cities now.
36 No hairdresser 【理发师】 needs to be told how crucial the quality of a pair of scissors is. But all the same, few have imagined a cutting tool as sharp as razors【剃须刀】. What’s more, the heating element is located in the interior of the edges, with the best possible heat transference to the cutting edges. Heated cutting edges with individually adjustable temperatures seal the cuts instantly. The cut end of the hair is closed up smoothly and neatly.Right from the very first cut, the hair takes on a newlook with a brilliant shine.
37 56. What kind of product is advertised in the passage? 57. Where can you buy such a tool?It is sold in58. Where is the heating element fixed in the scissors?It is fixed in the of the edges.59. What is the special function of the new device?It will the cuts instantly.60. How will the hair look after being cut with thenew device?It will have a look with_____________Heated Scissors_________most citiesinterior________seala brilliant shine____________
38 Part Ⅳ Translation---English into Chinese （25 minutes）Directions: This part, numbered 61 to 65, is to test your ability to translate English into Chinese. Each of the four sentences （No. 61 to No. 64） is followed by four choices of suggested translations marked A, B, C and D. Make the best choice. Write your translation of the paragraph （No. 65） in the corresponding space given.
39 61. Foreign aid should also be efficiently applied to this end.
40 62. We are students of the1997 enrollment. B. 我们是1997届的学生。C. 我们是1997年毕业的学生。D. 我们于1997年入学。
41 63. We believe that it will not be long before our household electrical appliances products go global.A. 我们相信我们的家用电器产品进入全球的日子不会太远。B. 我们相信不用太久我们的家用电器就会走遍全球。C. 我们相信用不了多久我们的家用电器产品就会走向全球。D. 我们相信用不了多久我们的家用电器产品就会走向世界。
42 64. It is impolite not to return telephone calls ---regardless of whom they are from.A. 不管谁的电话都不回，这是不礼貌的。B. 不返还电话是不礼貌的，不管是向谁借的。C. 不回电话传呼是不礼貌的，不管是谁呼的。D. 不回电话是不礼貌的，不管电话是谁打的。
43 65. Helsinki Card 【赫尔辛基卡】 enables the tourist to travel free on the buses, trains and subways. Holders of the card enjoy a 70% discount on the sightseeing tour and special benefits at restaurants, theatres and concerts, as well as small gifts at department stores. The validity 【有效期】of Helsinke Card is 1,2 or 3 days. The card is sold at the Hotel Booking Center, and travel agencies.赫尔辛基卡能够让旅游者免费乘坐公共汽车、火车和地铁。持卡人在观光旅游时可享受三折的待遇；在饭店、剧院及音乐会上可得到特别优惠，在百货店里还可得到小礼品。 赫尔辛基卡的有效期为一天、两天或三天。在酒店订票中心和旅行社可以买到该卡。
45 Directions: This part is test your ability to do practical writing Directions: This part is test your ability to do practical writing. You are required to complete an message for room reservations. Some information and the form are given to you. Remember to write the message in the corresponding space on the Translation/Composition Sheet.写信人：Li Qiang写信时间：2009年3月15日收信单位：Reservation Office入住时间：2009年3月21日至26 日预定房间：一个带浴室的单人房间，三个带浴室的双人房间。 将于3月23日 下午租用会议室一间，进行业务洽谈。请尽早回复，告之是否有空房、房价及是否需要预付押金等。
46 To: firstname.lastname@example.org Date: March 15th, 2009Subject: Reserving roomsReservation Office,I would like to reserve a single room with bath and three double rooms with bath from March 21th to March 26th. As well, on the afternoon of March 23rd, I would like to rent a conference room forbusiness dealing. Please inform us if the rooms areavailable. If available, please tell us the detailed priceand whether to pay deposits in advance. Thank youso much.I am looking forward to your reply as soon aspossible.Sincerely yours,Li Qiang