Section A

11.
W: Did you use credit cards on your vacation last month in Europe?
M: Sure I did. They certainly beat going around with a wallet full of big bills. But carrying lots of cash is still very common among some older people traveling abroad.

Q: What does the man say about some elderly people?

12.
W: Rod must be in a bad mood today. What’s wrong with him?
M: He was passed over in the selection process for the dean of the admissions office. He’d been hoping for the position for a long time.

Q: What does the man mean?

13.
M: What a great singer Justin is! His concert is just awesome. And you’ll never regret the money you paid for the ticket.
W: Yeah. Judging by the amount of the applause, everyone was enjoying it.

Q: What does the woman mean?

14.
W: I received an email yesterday from Henry. Do you remember? He was one of the chairpersons of our students union.
M: Yes, but I haven’t heard from him for ages. Actually I’ve been out of touch with him since our first reunion after graduation.

Q: What do we learn about the speakers?

15.
M: Driving at night always makes me tired. Let’s stop for dinner.
W: Fine. And let’s find a motel, so that we can get an early start tomorrow.

Q: What will the speakers probably do?

16.
W: Let’s look at the survey on consumer confidence we conducted last week. How reliable are these figures?
M: They have a 5% margin of error

Q: What are the speakers talking about?

17.
W: Look at this catalogue, John. I think I want to get this red blouse.
M: Err, I think you’ve already one like this in blue. Do you need every color in the rainbow?

Q: What does the man mean?

18.
W: This notice says that all the introductory marketing classes are closed.
M: That can’t be true. There’s supposed to be 13 of them this semester.

Q: What does the man mean?

Conversation One

M: I see on your resume that you worked as a manager of a store called “Computer Country”. Could you tell me a little more about your responsibilities there?
W: Sure. I was responsible for overseeing about 30 employees. I did all of the ordering for the store, and I kept track of the inventory.
M: What was the most difficult part of your job?
W: Probably handling angry customers. We didn’t have them very often, but when we did, I needed to make sure they were well taken care of. After all, the customer is always right.
M: That’s how we feel here too. How long did you work there?
W: I was there for three and a half years. I left the company last month.
M: And why did you leave?
W: My husband has been transferred to Boston. And I understand your company has an opening there too.
M: Yes, that’s right. We do. But the position won’t start until early next month. Would that be a problem for you?
W: No, not at all. My husband’s new job doesn’t begin for a few weeks. So we thought we would spend some time driving to Boston and stop to see my parents.
M: That sounds nice. So tell me, why are you interested in this particular position?
W: I know that your company has a great reputation, and a wonderful product. I’ve thought many times that I would like to be a part of it. When I heard about the opening in Boston, I jumped to the opportunity.
M: Well I’m glad you did.

19. What was the woman’s previous job?
20. What does the woman say was the most difficult part of her job?
21. Why is the woman looking for a job in Boston?
22. When can the woman start to work if she gets the job?

Conversation Two
W: Today in the studio we have Alberto Cortez, the well-known Brazilian advocate of the anti-global movement. He’s here to talk about the recent report, stating that by 2050 Brazil will be the one ot the word’s wealthiest and most successful countries. Alberto, what do you say to the report?
M: You know this isn’t the first time that people are saying Brazil will be a great economic power. The same thing was said over a hundred year ago. But it didn’t happen.
W: Yes, but you must admit the world’s a very different place now.
M: Of course. In fact I believe there’s maybe some truth in the prediction this time around. First of all, though, we must remember the problems facing Brazil at the moment.
W: Such as…?
M: There’s an enormous gap between the rich and the poor in this country. In Sal Paulo, you can see shopping malls full of designer goods right next door to the slam areas without proper water and electricity supplies. A lot of work needs to be done to help people in those areas improve their lives.
W: What needs to be done?
M: Education, for example. For Brazil to be successful, we need to offer education to all Brazilians. Successful countries like South Korea and Singapore have excellent education systems. Brazil needs to learn from these countries.
W: So you are hopeful for the future.
M: As I said earlier, I’m hopeful. This isn’t an easy job. We need to make sure that these important opportunities for Brazil aren’t wasted, as they were in the past.

23. What does the recent report say about Brazil?
24. What problem does Alberto say Brazil faces now?
25. What does Alberto say about economically successful countries?
[A/B卷答案只是选项不一样,内容是一样的,大家对应一下]

1. B (benefits …)  
2. C (more businesses)  
3. B (improved …)  
4. B (they look for)
5. A (offering …)  
6. D (support …)      
7. B (keep …)
8. home life
9. productive
10. improve productivity
11. A  They prefer to carry cash when traveling abroad.
12. C  Rod was eliminated in the selection process.
13. A  The concert is very impressive.
14. B  They have known each other since their schooldays.
15. C  Stop for the night.
16. A  Survey results.
17. D  He would rather the woman didn't buy the blouse.
18. C  The notice may not be reliable.
19. D  A manager at a computer store.
20. A  handling customer complaints.
21. C  She wants to be with her husband.
22. D  Early next month.
23. B  It will be a major economic power by the mid-21st century.
24. D  The huge gap between the haves and have-nots.
25. C  They attach great importance to education.
26. A  She engaged in field research on environmental pollution.
27. A  The job restricted her from revealing her findings.
28. B  Many toxic sites in America have been cleaned up.
29. D  Her ability to communicate through public speaking.
31.B
32.C
33.B
34.A
35.C
36. derived        
37. immense          
38. convenient    
39. accuracy
40. largely        
41. instant            
42. recalls        
43. texture
44. This means that any thought about a certain subject will bring up some memory that is related to it
45. Associations do not have to be logical they just have to make a link
46. If you remember the shape of Italy it is because you have been told sometime that Italy is sh
46. If you remember the shape of Italy it is because you have been told sometime that Italy is shaped like a boot
47. a driver’s attention
48. equivalent in difficulty to driving
49. more time
50. more complicated task
51. punishment
52. D) the shrinking primary care resources
53. C) the more doctors taking care of a patient, the better
54. A) see more patients at the expense of quality
55. B) The current system works against primary care.
56. D) Bridge the salary gap between specialists and primary care physicians.
57. B) The air quality around Berkeley’s school campuses is poor.
58. B) Widespread panic
59. A) They didn’t know who to believe.
60. B) Attention should be paid to toxic chemical exposure
61. A) the uncertain
62  B) launching  
63  D) brands        
64  B) condemn      
65  A) in            
66  C) industry
67  B) exclude      
68  D) including        
69  C) unnecessary    
70  C) to            
71 B) incentives
72 C) strategic    
73 A) spokesman        
74 D) underway
75 B) responsibility    
76 B) on
77 C) minimize    
78 C) so            
79 C) individual    
80 A) despite        
81 D) tackle
82. It depends on how often you wear it
83. a challenge to many traditional concepts
84. could have attended the meeting in person (by himself)
85. a balance diet is essential to health
86. regretted as I felt
Part I Writing (30 minutes)
作文题目:

Directions: For this part, you are allowed 30 minutes to write a short essay entitled Say No to Pirated Products. You should write at least 150 words following the outline given below.
1.目前盗版的现象比较严重;
2.造成这种现象的原因及其危害;
3.我们应该怎么做。
[范文略]

Part II Reading Comprehension(Skimmingand scanning) (15 minutes)

1. B) Benefits of the practice of teleworking.

2. C) more businesses have adopted remote working solution

3. C) Access to broadband every where.

4. B) They look for reliable business-only providers.

5. A) offering sophisticated voice services

6. D) support its employees with children to take care of

7. B) keep highly qualified staff

8. home life

9. productive

10. increase her own productivity

Part III Listening Comprehension (35minutes)

Section A

11. A) They prefer to carry cash when traveling abroad.

12. C) Rod was eliminated in the selection process.

13. A) The concert is very impressive.

14. B) They have known each other since their schooldays.

15. D) Stop for the night.

16. A) Survey results.

17. D) He would rather the woman didn’t buy the blouse.

18. C) The notice may not be reliable.

19. D) A manager at a computer store.

20. A) Handling customer complaints.

21. C) She wants to be with her husband.

22. D) Early next month.

23. B) It will be a najor economic power by the mid-21st century.

24. D) The huge gap between the haves and have-nots.

25. C) they attach great importance to education.

Section B

26. A) She engaged in field research on enviromental pollution.

27. A) The job restricted her from revealing her findings.

28. B) Many toxic sites in America have been cleaned up.

29. D) Her ability to communicate through public speaking.

30. D) The accelerated pace of globlalisation.

31. B) Gain a deep understanding of their own culture.

32. C) The labour market is getting globalised.

33. B) Brown-haired women are rated as ore capabe.

34. A) They are shrewd dishonest.

35. C) They hinder our perception of individual differences.

Section C

36. derived

37. immense

38. convenient

39. accuracy

40. largely

41. instinct

42. recalls

43. texture

44. This means that any thought about a certain subject will often bring up more memories that are related to it.

45. The associations do not have to be logical. They just have to make a good link.

46. If you remember the shape of Italy, it is because you have been told sometime that Italy is shaped like a boot.

Part IV Reading Comprehension(Reading in Depth) (25minutes)

47. a driver’s attention

48. equivalent in difficulty to driving

49. more time

50. carful thinking/consideration

51. punishing

52. D) the shrinking primary care resources

53. C) the more doctors taking care of a patient, the better

54. A) see more patients at the expense of quality

55. B) The current system works against primary care

56. D) Bridge the salary gap between specialists and primary care physicians

57. B) The air quality around Berkeley’s school campuses is poor.

58. C) A heated debate.

59. D) They didn’t know who to believe.

60. D) Daily accidents pose a more serious threat to children.

61. A) the unceertain

Part V Cloze (15minutes)

62 B) launching

63 D) brands

64 B) condemn

65 A) in

66 C) industry

67 B) exclude

68 D) including

69 C) unnecessary

70 C) to

71 B) incentives

72 C) strategic

73 A) spokesman

74 D)underway

75 B) responsibility

76 B) on

77 C) minimize

78 C) so

79 C) individual

80 A) despite

81 D) tackle

Part VI Translation (5 minutes)

82. It depends on how often you wear it

83. to be a challenge to many traditional concepts

84. could have attended the meeting in person (by himself)

85. balanced diet is essential to health

86. regretful did I feel

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B A D A B C D
Unsafe situations
Their anxiety and control
Movements

Section A 短对话

11. D) Fred may have borrowed a sleeping bag from someone else.
12. B) It will cool down over the weekend.
13. C) Hosting a TV program.
14. D) The plants should be put in a shady spot.
15. C) Go to bed early.
16. B) She has learned to appreciate modern sculptures.
17. A)They seem satisfied with what they have done
18. A) The man shouldn't hesitate to take the course

长对话
19. B Domestic issues of general social concern.
20. D Based on public expectations and editor's judgement.
21. B Practical experience.
22. A There average life span was less than 50 years.
23. C Learn to use new technology.
24. D when all people become wealthier.
25. C Control the environment.

Section B 短文理解
26. B To alert teenagers to the dangers of reckless driving.
27. A Road accidents.
28. C It has accomplished its objective.
29. B Customers may be misled by the smells.
30. C Supportive
31. A The flower scent stimulated people's desire to buy.
32  C a passenger train collided with a goods train
33  D the cause of the tragic accident remains unknown
34  A there was a bomb scare
35 D drive with special care

Section C 复合式听写
36. tongue
37. official
38. administration
39. commerce
40. spread
41. disadvantageed
42. competence
43. investigate
44. You also examine the immense variability of English and come to understand how it's used as a symbol of individual identity and social connection。
45. Why do some non-native speakers of English claim that it's a difficult language to learn while infants born into English speaking communities acquire their language before they learn to use forks and knives?
46. You are encouraged to develop your own individual responses to various practical and theoretical issues

阅读填空:
TV and fashion magazines
Developing eating disorders
Impossibly proportioned

仔细阅读:
52 B) efforts have been made to protect turtles from dying out.
53 D) The turtle's population has decreased in spite of human protection
54 B) Unregulated commercial fishing
55 A) It threatens the sandy beaches on which they lay eggs.
56 C) call for effective measures to ensure sea turtle's survival.
57 C) College education is rewarding in spite of the starting costs.
58 D) The gap between the earnings of college and high-school graduates narrowed
59 A)save more on tuition.
60 D)consider college education a consumer product
61 B)A satisfying experience with their budgets

完形填空:
62 C massive
63 B endeavors
64 D bound
65 A facilitated
66 C exclusive
67 B connects
68 C individuals
69 A and
70 C origins
71 B stood for
72 A exchange
73 D whose
74 C attracted
75 B which
76 A joined
77 D then
78 D As
79 C messages
80 B civilian
81 A into

翻译:
82. him out of buying a car
83. Keeping a sense of humor helps
84. he had no choice but to confess his criminal behavior
85. there must be someone who is speaking ill of them
86. it hard to resist the temptation of ice cream

写作范文:
According to the Bible, it is the almighty God who gave names to everything he created: "he named the light ‘Day' and the darkness ‘Night'". In fact, a name is a word or phrase that man uses to denote and identify a specific person, place or thing. There is no inexorable correlation between the sign and "the signified". For this reason, some claim that names are not so vital as they are supposed to be. However, I am fully convinced that they are of great importance.
Take the name of a person as an example. It is known to all that a person's name is divided into two parts: given name and surname. The given name is the name our parents assign us. We ourselves might change it later in our life. Usually, when a name is given, it contains a lot of information. Say, "li" in the name of some Chinese females shows that we wish them to "beautiful" while "wei" in the names of some males reveals that we expect them to be "great" in their future life.

As to the surname or family name, it is even more important, so important that some people may sacrifice their life for it. Originally, man had no such a name. But ever since a certain name was given, each member of the family carries it wherever he goes. Rather than merely a sign, it is the root from which we can trace back to our ancestor, the tie that helps bind us to other members of the same clan, the dignity most people hope to live for.
Apart from the name of a person, that of a place or thing is also significant in that it embodies history and culture. All in all, though names are assigned artificially, man is not free when giving names. But God is

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