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          一、1.Vocabulary and Structure

          Part I Vocabulary and StructureDirections: Each of the following sentences is provided with four choices. Choose the one that best completes the sentence. Then, mark your answer on the Answer Sheet.

          0. I agree with him ______ , but not entirely.

          A.until a certain pointB.to some pointC.to some extentD.until a certain extent

          1. People in some parts of the world often take their water for ______. They use as much water as they wish.


          2. Color-blind people often find it difficult to ______ between blue and green.


          3. Thousands of people in the city ______ to welcome the visiting guests.

          A.turned offB.truned upC.truned outD.turned over

          4. The mountain place is beautiful, but ______ the working conditions, it"s terrible.

          A.when mentionedB.when it comes toC.when it is saidD.when it dies to

          5. Are you ______ spending more money on the space program?

          A.in favor ofB.by favor ofC.in favor toD.out of favor

          6. In the ______ of many parents, standards of education in the public school are actually falling.


          7. ______ from space, our earth, with water covering 70% of its surface, appears as a "blue planet".

          A.SeeingB.To be seenC.SeenD.Having seen

          8. This year"s total output value of industry and agriculture will increase ______ 5 percent over last years.


          9. Mary is the top student in the class. She studies harder ______.

          A.than any studentB.than all the studentsC.than any other studentD.than some other student

          10. The salesman showed us a ______ and told us that the equipment was just like those in the pictures.


          11. If you have ever been without meat or other animal foods for some days or weeks, you that you tend to get physically rather weak.

          A.will noticeB.will have noticedC.would noticeD.would have noticed

          12. You could scarcely have found a better person for the job ______ Mr. Lee.


          13. My mother remained at the top of the hill because she did not want to climb the ______ of stairs.


          14. The police were making an investigation into the accident ______ 100 people were killed.

          A.in whichB.whereC.whenD.for what

          15. The orphans ______ the separate offers for adoption because they wished to stay together.

          A.turned downB.turned inC.turned offD.turned from

          16. Apart from these sciences there is philosophy, about ______ we will talk in detail later.


          17. Thousands of animal lives would be ______ daily if we just eat vegetables.


          18. You can"t change your energy cycle, ______ you can learn to make your life fit it better.


          19. The doctor explained to the police officer that it was too dangerous to ______ the bullet from his backbone.


          20. In the poorest nations of the world, more than half of the population ______ on farms.

          A.have livedB.liveC.are livingD.lives

          21. The natural ______ like earthquakes and volcanoes that have struck the Philippines this year have left the government in financial trouble.


          22. The findings show in general terms that contraction of the brain begins ______ in people in the country than in the towns.


          23. Joan is the most ______ person I know. She never fails to see good in even the worst circumstances.


          24. An intelligent pupil can do advanced work, and it does not matter ______ age the child is.


          25. My mother had to visit our aunt at the hospital and insisted that we ______ bread for dinner.

          A.eatB.ateC.would eatD.must eat

          26. ______ the distance, we spotted the two swimmers with their heads bubbling in the water.


          27. It is only ______ care and planning in this generation that the food supplies of the sea can continue for future generations.


          28. Patients do not often believe they really need surgery, cutting into a part of the body, treatment with drugs.

          A.as good asB.as far asC.as a result ofD.as opposed to

          29. He ______ the gun beneath a huge bag before entering the checkpoint of the airport.



          Part II VocabularyDirections: Complete each of the following sentences with the proper word derived from the one given in the bracket.

          0. He is ardently ______ (act) for the cause of environmental protection.

          1. ______ (short) after she graduated from the college, she went abroad with her parents.

          2. Thinking is one of the most ______ (produce) activities of a human being.

          3. She tried to ______ (beauty) her room with posters and plants.

          4. The President warned troops of the increased danger of ______ (terror) attacks.

          5. They took ______ (violent) action in the form. of a march through the streets of London.

          三、3.Reading Comprehension

          Part III Reading ComprehensionDirections: In this part there are four passages. Each passage is followed by a number of comprehension questions. Read the passages and choose the best answer to each question. Then, mark your answer by blackening the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet.

          0. According to the author, really good science ______.

          A.would surprise the brightest minds of the 18th century EnglightenmentB.will produce results which cannot be foreseenC.will help people to make the right choice in advanceD.will bring about disturbing results

          1. It can be inferred from the passage that scientists of the 18th century ______.

          A.thought that they knew a great deal and could solve most problems of scienceB.were afraid of facing up to the realities of scientific researchC.knew that they were ignorant and wanted to know more about natureD.did more harm than good in promoting man"s understanding of nature

          2. Which of the following is NOT mentioned about scientists in earlier times?

          A.They invented false theories to explain things they didn"t understand.B.They falsely claimed to know all about nature.C.They did not believe in results from scientific observation.D.They paid little attention to the problems they didn"t understand.

          3. What is the author"s attitude towards science?

          A.He is depressed because of the ignorance of scientists.B.He is doubtful because of the enormous difficulties in scientific research.C.He is confident though he is aware of the enormous difficulties in scientific research.D.He is delighted because of the illuminating scientific findings.

          4. The author believes that ______.

          A.man can find solutions sooner or later to whatever questions concerning nature he can think upB.man cannot solve all the problems he can think up because of the limits of human intellectC.sooner or later man can think up all the questions concerning nature and answer themD.questions concerning consciousness are outside the scope of scientific research

          5. According to the author, feeling depressed is ______.

          A.a sure sign of a psychological problem in a childB.something hardly to be expected in a young childC.an inevitable phase of children"s mental developmentD.a mental scale present in all humans, including children

          6. Traditionally, a child is supposed to learn about the adult world ______.

          A.through contact with societyB.gradually and under guidanceC.naturally and by biological instinctD.through exposure to social information

          7. The phenomenon that today"s children seem adult-like is attributed by the author to ______.

          A.the widespread influence of televisionB.the poor arrangement of teaching contentC.the fast pace of human intellectual developmentD.the constantly rising standard of living

          8. Why is the author in favor of communication through print for children?

          A.It enables children to gain more social information.B.It develops children"s interest in reading and writing.C.It helps children to memorize and practice more.D.It can control what children are to learn.

          9. What does the author think of the change in today"s children?

          A.He feels amused by their premature behavior.B.He thinks it is a phenomenon worthy of note.C.He considers it a positive development.D.He seems to be upset about it.

          10. Which of the following statements is TRUE, according to the author?

          A.Everyone has a right to hold his own opinion.B.Free expression of opinions often leads to confusion.C.Most people tend to be careless in forming their opinions.D.Casual use of the word "opinion" often brings about quarrels.

          11. According to the author, who of the following would be labeled as intolerant?

          A.Someone who turns a deaf ear to others" opinions.B.Someone who can"t put up with others" tastes.C.Someone who values only their own opinions.D.Someone whose opinion harms other people.

          12. The new Ford cars are cited as an example to show that ______.

          A.it is foolish to criticize a famous brandB.one should not always agree to others" opinionsC.personal tastes are not something to be challengedD.it is unwise to express one"s likes and dislikes in public

          13. Considered judgment is different from personal preference in that ______.

          A.it is stated by judges in the courtB.it reflects public likes and dislikesC.it is a result of a lot of controversyD.it is based on careful thought

          14. As indicated in the passage, being free to act on one"s opinion ______.

          A.means that one can ignore other people"s criticismB.means that one can impose his preferences on othersC.doesn"t mean that one has the right to do things at willD.doesn"t mean that one has the right to charge others without evidence

          15. While making tremendous achievements at college, Asian-American students ______.

          A.feel they are mistreated because of limited knowledge of EnglishB.are afraid that their academic successes bear a strong Asian characterC.still worry about unfair treatment in societyD.generally feel it a shame to have to depend on their parents

          16. What are the major factors that determine the success of Asian Americans?

          A.A solid foundation in basic mathematics and Asian culture.B.Hard work and intelligence.C.Parents" help and a limited knowledge of English.D.Asian culture and the American educational system.

          17. Few Asian-American students major in human sciences mainly because ______.

          A.their English is not good enoughB.they are afraid they might meet with unfair judgment in these areasC.there is a wide difference between Asian and Western culturesD.they know little about American culture and society

          18. Why do "both explanations" (Line 1, Para. 3) worry Asian Americans?

          A.They are afraid that they would again be isolated from American society in general.B.People would think that Asian students rely on their parents for success.C.Asian Americans would be a threat to other minorities.D.American academic achievements have taken on too strong an Asian character.

          19. The author"s tone in this passage is ______.



          Part IV ClozeDirections: There are some blanks in the following passages. For each blank there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. You should choose the one that best fits into the passages. Then, mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet.

          0. 【B1】


          1. 【B2】


          2. 【B3】


          3. 【B4】


          4. 【B5】


          5. 【B6】


          6. 【B7】


          7. 【B8】


          8. 【B9】


          9. 【B10】


          10. 【B11】


          11. 【B12】


          12. 【B13】


          13. 【B14】


          14. 【B15】


          15. 【B16】


          16. 【B17】


          17. 【B18】


          18. 【B19】


          19. 【B20】


          五、5.Translation from Chinese to English

          Part V Translation from Chinese to EnglishDirections: This part is to test your ability to translate Chinese into English.

          0. I tried to get out of the business, (我發現這是不可能的).

          1. He has a large collection of books, (其中不少是英文版的).

          2. As far as interests and hobbies are concerned, (他們幾乎沒有相似之處).

          3. Advanced technology is expected to benefit people (而不是傷害他們).

          4. (眾所周知), our natural resources will be exhausted in the near future.

          六、6.Translation from English to Chinese

          Part VI Translation from English to ChineseDirections: This part is to test your ability to translate English into Chinese.

          0. I would apply for the job if I were you. I think you stand a good chance.

          1. You"ll catch on to the job after you"ve been here a while.

          2. To my great regret, your ideas turned out to be impractical.

          3. He often complains about the noise from the busy street, which interferes with his work.

          4. I told him how to get here, but perhaps I should have given him a map.


          Part VII Writing

          0. For this part, you are supposed to write a letter in about 100-120 words based on the following situation. Remember to write it clearly. 小明準備為一個朋友舉辦生日聚會。請以小明的名義給一個餐廳寫封信預定聚會的房間。內容包括: (1)預訂房間的原因; (2)使用房間的時間; (3)對房間的要求; (4)特殊的要求。

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