1-5 ADDAC 6-10 DCDAC
11-13 BCD 14-16 ADC
17. Australia 18. grams 19. airmail 20. 13
21. leg of lamb 22. fruit salad 23. brown rice 24. red wine
25. if 26. putting 27. have given / gave / give 28. what 29. that
30. as though / as if 31. can / must / should / could 32. to hear 33.other
34. were mixed 35. through 36. taking 37. the
38. printed 39. older 40. which / that
41-45 HJEBD 46-50 AKIGC
51-55 ADCBA 56-60 BADAB 61-65 DBCAC
66-69 BABC 70-73 DACD 74-77 DADB
78. their actions bring death or damage to others
79. keep their emotions under control
80. Street walkers and cyclists who ignore traffic regulations.
81. raised standard for vehicle and lowered speed limits
1. He always pretends / is always pretending to know what he doesn’t know.
2. He didn’t take part in the interview, which cost him a well-paid job.
3. By comparison / Comparatively speaking / Relatively speaking, the threat caused by pollution is more serious than that of illness.
4. Libraries are not available in many remote schools so that some children have never read any book(s) except textbooks.
5. Only after he stayed in America for some time did he know / realize how poor his knowledge of the country was.
I. Listening Comprehension
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. W: What’s the time for departure?
M: 5:30.That only leaves us 45 minutes to go through the customs and check our luggage.
Q: At what time did this conversation take place?
2. M: Oh, Mum! I’m starving, I can’t walk any farther.
W: Let’s go to the restaurant across the street and get something to eat.
Q: Where are the two people?
3. W: John, what are you doing on your computer? Don’t you remember your promise?
M: This is not a game. It’s only a crossword puzzle that helps increase my vocabulary.
Q: What is the probable relationship between the two speakers?
4. M: Hey, if you can’t enjoy the music at a sensible volume, why not use earphones? I’m
preparing for the speech contest.
W: Oh, sorry. I didn’t realize I’d been bothering you all this time.
Q: What is the woman probably doing?
5. W: Would you please come to my office at 5 o’clock this afternoon?
M: Can I meet you tomorrow? My son will be home from school at 5:30. And I must finish
this report before then.
Q: What is the man going to do first?
6. M: Hi, Jenny! Have you talked to Mr. Wright about the new sports program?
W: Well, I contacted his office half an hour ago, and his secretary said he was out for lunch
Q: What does the woman mean?
7. W: Do you have the conference schedule with you? I’d like to find out the topic for Friday.
M: I gave it to a friend, but there should be copies available in the library. I can pick one up
Q: What does the man promise to do?
8. M: The man at the garage thinks that I take good care of my car.
W: So do I. I can’t see any scratches on the outside and the inside is clean too.
Q: What does the woman think of the man’s car?
9. W: Hey, Larry. Wanna meet a few of us for coffee in a little while?
M: Hmm. I would if I weren’t so far behind in this reading I’m doing for history.
Q: What will the man probably do?
10. M: Doctor, I haven’t been able to get enough sleep lately, and I’m too tired to concentrate in
W: Well, you know, spending too much time indoors with all that artificial lighting can do
that to you. Your body loses track of whether it’s day or night.
Q: What does the woman imply?