Part 1 phonetics(10 points)

Directions: In each of the following groups of words ,there are four underlined letters or letter combinations marked A,B,C and D. Compare the underlined parts and identify the one that ys different from the others in pronunciation. You should decide on the best choice and mard the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center.

1.A.tomato B. potato C. banana D. father
2.A.forget B. short C. forty D. horse
3.A.neighbour B. height C. weight D. eighty
4.A. pleasure B. visitor C. raise D. physics
5.A. flow B. plow C. slow D. yellow
6.A.verb B. comb C. climb D. debt
7.A.expected B. intended C. doubted D. established
8.A.certain B. deserve C. merchant D. percent
9.A.through B. although C. theory D. thread
10.A.comfortable B. possible C. horrible D. constant

Part 2 Vocabulary and Structure (30 points)

Directions : In this part there are 30 incomplete sentences. For each sentence there are four choices marked A, B,C and D. Choose the one that best completes the sentence. Then mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center.
11.We can obtain knowledge from other sources books.
A. beside B. besides
C. apart D. in addition
12. that the family had taken with then was one bottle of orange.
A. Anything B. Everything
C. What D. All
13.The student doesn’t work he used to.
A. so hard as B. so harder than
C. as harder as D. as hard like
14.—Could you have been more careful?
—Why, what wrong I ?
A. did; do B. will; do
C. have; done D. had; done
15.The number of people invited fifty, but a number of them absent for different reasons.
A. were; was B. was ; was
C. was ; were D. were ; were
16.The sports team of our province won they did at the last National Games.
A. twice as many gold medals as
B. as many twice gold medals as
C. as many as twice gold medals
D. twice many gold medals than
17.Last Sunday had a picnic in Beihai Park.
A. John, Mary and me B. John , I and Mary
C. John , Mary and I D.I, John and Mary
18.Is it necessary to spend an hour in the bathroom every morning your hair?
A. to comb B. comb
C .combing D .combs
19.The university of Minchigan , which was in 1817,is located in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
A. found B. find
C. founded D. being found
20.The Yangtze is the longest river in China, which some more bridges have been built in the past few years.
A. onto B. through
C. above D. over
21.It will be before she gets well.
A. some times B. some time
C. sometime D. sometimes
22.Her dog ran out of the yard the old lady opened the gate.
A. moment B. a moment
C. the moment D. that moment
23.Your performance in the driving test didn’t reach the required standard, ,you failed.
A. in the end B. after all
C. in other words D. at the same time
24.In this park, sparrows often fly down from trees to eat from visitors’ hands. They are used to
in this way.
A. be fed B. feed
C. having fed D. let
25.I can’t her talking like that about my friends.
A. make B. stand
C. allow D. let
26.Many things impossible in the past are quite common today.
A. having been considered B. to be considered
C. considering D. considered
27.He in not my friend. He’s but a stranger.
A. anything B. nothing
C. anybody D. nobody
28.I hung the picture on the wall can be seen well.
A. where B. where it
C. that D. so that
29.At last the girl my invitation.
A. accepted B. received
C. had accepted D. had received
30. the flood, the ship would have reached its destination on time.
A. In spite of B. In case of
C. But for D. Because of
31.He woneered if he could slip out of the lecture hall without anyone .
A. noticing B. noticed
C. to notice D. being noticed
32.You cannot be careful.
A. very B. too
C. so D. only
33.The belief that children of working mothers usually suffer is by most scientists.
A. rejected B. refused
C. resisted D. reduced
34.In no way from practice.
A. theory can be separated B. theory is separated
C. can theory be separated D. has theory been separated
35.This is the very book I want to find.
A. that B. which
C. it D. with which
36.If only she someone’s advice!
A. has asked B. would have asked
C. had asked D. asks
37.The scientists were waiting to see the problem .
A. settle B. settled
C. to settle D. settling
38.He had no difficulty the problem.
A. to work out B. working out
C. to have worked out D. having worked out
39.By next July, Tom here for five years.
A. will stay B. will have stayed
C. has been staying D. had stayed
40.I always regret not harder when I was young.
A. studying B. having studied
C. to study D. to have studied

Part 3 Identify Mistakes (20 points)

Directions: In each of the following sentences, there are four underlined parts marked A, B, C and D. You should read them carefully and identify the one that is incorrect and mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center.

41.Everyone agreed to his suggestion which we should hold a meeting to talk about the problem.
42.It was an exciting moment for those football fans this year, that for the first time in years their team won  the world cup.
43.The old farmer had his left arm harmed when he had his tractors worked day and night last summer.
44.The discount houses were first established in that period of time where people’s purchasing power was low.
45.You have to explain your points clearly to make yourself understand.
46.Despite of his poor health he worked until he finished all the procedures of the experiment.
47.Stressful environments lead to unhealthy behaviors such as poor eating habits, which in return
increase the risk of heart disease.
48.With my return ,I learned that Professor Smith had been at the museum and would not be back
for several hours.
49.Neither the engineer nor his assistants was able to solve the problem that had caused a great loss to the factory.
50.Only when I was told the news that the foreigner came from Swizerland I knew that he was the very pianist I had been looking for.
Part 4 Reading Comprehension (40 points)

Directions: There are 4 passage in this part. Each passage is followed by some questions or unfinished statements. For each of them there are four choices marked A,B,C and D. You should decide on the best choice and mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center.

Passage One

All the housewives who went to the new supermarket had one great ambition: to be the lucky customer who did not have to pay for her shopping . For this was what the notice just inside the entrance promised. It said:“Remember, once a week, one of our customers gets free goods. This May Be Your Lucky Day!”
For several weeks Mrs. Edwards hoped, lide many of her friends, to be the lucky customer. Unlike her friends, she never gave up hoping. The cupboards in kitchen were full of things which she did not need. Her husband tried to advise her against buying things but failed. She dreamed of the day when the manager of the supermarket would approach her and say:“Madam, this is Your Lucky Day. Everything in your basket is free.”
One Friday morning, after she had finished her shopping and had taken it to her car, she found that she had forgotten to buy any tea. She dashed back to the supermarket, got the tea and went towards the cash-desk.. As she did so, she saw the manager of the supermarket approach her.“Madam,” he said, holding out his hand,“I want to congratulate you! You are our lucky customer and everything you have in your basket is free!”
51.The housewives learnt about the offer of free goods .
A. on TV B. from the manager
C. at the supermarket D. from the newspaper
52.Mrs.Edwards .
A. is always very lucky B. had no friends
C. hoped to get free shopping D. gets disappointed easily
53.Mrs.Edwards’s husband tried to .
A. make her unhappy B. cheer her up
C. buy things with her D. stop her buying things
54.Mrs.Edwards went back to the supermarket quickly because she had to .
A. buy another thing B. talk to the manager
C. pay for her shopping D. find her shopping
55.Mrs.Edwards must have been .
A. pleased B. delighted
C. proud D. disappointed

Passage Two

Generations of Americans have been brought up to believe that a good breakfast is one life’s essentials. Eating breakfast at the start of the day ,we have all been told , and told again, is as necessary as putting gasoline in the family car before starting a trip.
But for many people the thought of food first thing in the morning is by no means a pleasure. So despite all the efforts, they still take no breakfast. Between 1977 and 1983, the latest year for which figures are available, the number of people who didn’t have breakfast, increased by 33 percent.
For those who feel pain of guilt about not eating breakfast , however, there is some good news. Several studies in the last few years indicate that , for adults especially, there may be nothing wrong with omitting breakfast.“Going without breakfast does not affect performance,”said Arrold E. Bender, former professor of the nutrition at Queen Elizabeth College in London, “nor does giving people breakfast improve performance.”
Scientific evidence linking breakfast to better health or better performance is surprisingly inadequate, and most of the recent work involves children , not adults,“The literature”, says one reaearcher , Dr, Erresto at the University of Texas ,“is poor”.

56. The latest year for which figures could be obtained is .
A. the year the author wrote the article
C. any year between 1977 and 1983
57.For those who do not take breakfast ,the good news is that .
A .several studies have been done in the past few years
B. the omission of breakfast does no harm to one’s healty
C. adults have especially made studies in this field
D. eating little in the morning is good for health
58.“… nor does giving people breakfast improve performance”means .
A. anyone without breakfast does improve his performance
B. not giving people breakfast improve performance
C. having breakfast does not improve performance, either
D. people having breakfast do improve their performance
59.The wore “literature”in the last sentence refers to .
A. stories , poems, play, etc .
B. written works on a particular subject
C. any printed material
D. the moden literature of America
60.What is implied but NOT stated by the author is that .
A. breakfast does not affect performance
B. Dr. Erresto is engaged in research work at an institution of higher learning
C. not eating breakfast might affect the health of children
D. Professor Bender once taught college courses in nutrition in London

Passage Three

Banks are not ordinarily prepared to pay out all accounts; they rely on depositors(储户) not to demand payment all at the same time .If depositors should come to fear might cause all the depositors to appear on the same day .If they did ,the band could not pay all accounts. However, if they did not all appear at once, then there would always be enough money to pay those who wanted their money when they wanted it .Mrs. Elsie Vaught has told us of a terrifying bank run that she experienced .One day in December of 1925 several banks failed to open in a city where Mrs. Vaught lived. The other banks expected a run the next day, and so the officers of the bank in which Mrs. Vaught worked as a teller had enough money on hand to pay off their depositors. The officers simply told the tellers to pay on demand. The next morning a crowd gathered in the bank and on the sidewalk outside. The length of the line made many think that the bank could not possibly pay off everyone .People began to push and then to fight for places near the tellers’ windows. The power of the panic atmosphere was such that two tellers, though they knew that the bank was quite all right and could pay all depositors, drew their own miney from the bank. Mrs. Vaught says that she had difficulty keeping herself from doing the same.

61.A bank run happens when_____.
A. a book is closed for one or more days.
B. too many depositors try to draw out their money at one time
C. there is not enough money to pay all its depositors at one time
D. tellers of a bank take their own money from the bank
62. The tellers in Mrs. Vaught’s bank were told to_____.
A. explain why they could not pat out all accounts
B. pay out accounts as requested
C. make the depositors believe that the bank was stand
D. pay out money as slowly as possible
63. The main cause of a bank run is____.
A. loss of confidence
B. lack of money
C. crowds of people
D. inexperienced tellers
64. Which of the following did Mrs. Vaught say?
A. She knew that the bank was not sound.
B. She feared that too many depositors drawing their money would close the bank..
C. She was not able to draw out her money.
D. She was tempted to draw out her money.
65. According to the passage ,the actions of the depositors of Mrs. Vaught’s bank were affected mainly by the ____.
A. ease with which they could get their money
B. confidence that Mrs. Vaught showed
C. failure of several other banks to open
D. confidence shown by other depositors of the bank

Passage Four

The energy which the sun radiates goes in every direction ,and only a minute part of it falls on the earth .Even so , it represents power of about 5,000,000 horsepower(马力)per square mile per day ;the sun gives us as much energy every minute as mankind utilizes in a year .At present , we use this energy indirectly , and it is our final source of power . Coal represents the chemical action of the sun on green plants thousands of years ago . Water power results from the rain formed by vapor which comes from the evaporation of water under the sunshine . Even windmills operate because of air currents set in motion by the different heating effects of the sun in different places . Some day ,through chemistry or some type of solar engine , we shall harness this great source of energy more directly . Already a scientist has worked out an engine , surprisingly efficient , in which the sun’s rays are concentrated through mirrors on a rube of water to create steam .

66. How much energy given off by the sun reaches the earth?
A.100% but indirectly
C. 50%
D. only a very tiny amount
67. The reason why all the solar energy falling on the earth can’t be utilized is that ____.
A. only a very small part is available
B. the sun is too distant from the earth
C. it takes thousands if years for this energy to be stored up in coal and oil
D. our scientific knowledge is not sufficient
68. Which of the following statements is NOT true ?
A. Even windmill’s action depends on the sun
B. The sun produces enormous energy for man to make use of ..
C. Some day man will be able to utilize 100% of the solar energy that gets to the earth.
D. The sun produces different heating effects in different places.
69. In order to support this argument , the writer gives the example that____.
A. a machine using solar energy efficiently has already been developed
B. the sun is our final source of power
C. man uses only a tiny part of the sun’s energy
D. the part of the sun’s energy we use is used indirectly
70. This passage centers mainly on_____.
A. harnessing energy through chemistry
B. our last source of power
C. how water power is produced
D. the amount of solar energy that can be utilized
Part V Cloze (20points)

Directions : There are 20 blanks in the following passage . For each blank there are four choices marked A , B , C and D below the passage . You should choose the one that best fits into the passage . Then mark the corresponding letter on the Answer with single line through the center .

From childhood to old age , we all use language as a means of broadening our knowledge of ourselves and the world about us . When humans first 71 , they were like newborn children ,unable to use this 72 tool .Yet once language developed , the possibilities for human kind’s future 73 and cultural growth increased .
Many linguists believe that evolution is 74 for our ability to produce and use language . They 75 that our highly evolved brain provides us 76 an innate language ability not found in lower 77 . Proponents of this innateness theory say that our 78 for language is inborn ,but that language itself develops gradually , 79 a function of the growth of the brain during childhood . Therefore there are critical 80 times for language development .
Current 81 of innateness theory are mixed ,however ,evidence supporting the existence of some innate abilities is undeniable . 82 , more and more schools are discovering that foreign languages are best taught in 83 grades . Young children often can learning several language by being 84 to them ,while adults have a much harder time learning another language once the 85 of their first language have become firmly fixed .
86 some aspects of language are undeniable innate ,language dose not develop automatically in a vacuum . Children who have been 87 from other human beings do not possess language . This demonstrates that 88 with other human beings is necessary for proper language development . Some linguists believe that this is even more basic to human language 89 than any innate capacities . These theorists view language as imitative, learned behavior . 90 ,children learn language from their parents by imitating them. Parents gradually shape their child’s language skills by positively reinforcing precise imitations and negatively reinforcing imprecise ones.

71. A. generated B. evolved C. born D. originated
72. A. valuable B. appropriate C. convenient D. favorite
73. A. attainments B. feasibility C. entertainments D. evolution
74. A. essential B. available C. reliable D. responsible
75. A. confirm B. inform C. claim D. convince
76. A. for B. from C . of D. with
77. A. organizations B. organisms C. humans D. children
78. A. potential B. performance C . preference D. passion
79. A. as B. just as C . like D. unlike
80. A. ideological B. biological C. social D. psychological
81. A. reviews B. reference C. reaction D. recommendation
82. A. In a word B. In a sense C. Indeed D. In other word
83. A. various B. different C. the higher D. the lower
84. A. reveal B. exposed C . engaged D. involved
85. A. regulations B. formations C. rules D. constitutions
86. A. Although B. Whether C. Since D. When
87. A. distinguished B. different C. protected D. isolated
88. A. exposition B. comparison C. contrast D. interaction
89. A. acquisition B. appreciation C. requirement D. alternative
90. A. As a result B. After all C. In other words D. Above all

Part VI Writing ( 30 points )

Directions : For this part , you are allowed 15 minutes to write a composition on the topic : Fake Commodities. You should write no less than 100 words ,and base your composition on the situation given in Chinese below .Remember you to write it on the Answer Sheet II.



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