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  Part I Vocabulary and Structure (20 points)

  Directions: There are 20 incomplete sentences in this part. 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.

  1. Sometimes the single building is not particularly historic, but in with other buildings it takes on meaning.

  A. distinction B. correlation C. design D. conjunction

  2. The interior of the concert hall is a feast, with a modem stateliness of line and color reigning throughout.

  A. remarkable B. visual C. glowing D. delicious

  3. The accelerated growth of public employment the dramatic expansion of budgets and programs.

  A. parallels B. contains C. revolves D. escapes

  4. The board of the company has decided to its operation to include all aspects of the clothing business.

  A. extend B. enlarge C. expand D. amplify

  5.1 would scribble nil over this book than I would write on a valuable painting.

  A. rather not B. no more C. never D. not

  6. She will see to it that every Party member ___________ a copy of this document.

  A. will get B. get C: would get D. gets

  7. Is it true that those old houses are being pulled down new office blocks?

  A. to accommodate B. to provide for C. to increase D. to make room for

  8. X-rays are able to pass through objects and thus make details that are otherwise impossible to observe.

  A. it visible B. visibly C. visible D. they are visible

  9. Western Nebraska generally receives less snow than eastern Nebraska.

  A. does B. in C. it does in D. in it does

  10. A historical novel may do more than mirror history, future events.

  A. even influencing B. it may even influence

  C. may even influence D. that it may even influence


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  Part II Cloze (10 points)

  Directions: For each numbered blank in the following passage, there are four choices marked A, B, C, and D. Choose the best one and mark your answer on the Answer Sheet.

  It has been established beyond a shadow of doubt that readers in general waste a great deal of time and effort. Why is this (1)? Why is it that the poorest readers by (2) standard are often the ablest ______(3)people? Why is it that the majority of students have very (4) idea of how to tackle __________(5) reading? Why is it that a high (6) of readers—not excluding those ________(7) professional work involves a lot of reading—use a technique that is (8) more advanced than (9) they were children?

  Or why __________(10) there people—to take an extreme but illuminating_________(11) —who in conversation and discussion___________(12) sustain a difficult argument with ease and _________(13) who as readers assimilate only factual information, and__________(14) that with difficulty, so that worthwhile books are virtually_________ (15) them? In our opinion, reading presents technical__________(16) of communication that dispose the reader to use (17) methods of assimilation; this, and only__________(18), can provide an adequate __________(19) of why readers___________(20) a class so inefficient..

  1. A) it

  2. A) any

  3. A) competent

  4. A) little

  5. A) with

  6. A) number

  7. A) qualified

  8. A) definitely

  9. A) that

  10. A) are

  11. A) case

  12. A) couldn't

  13. A) when

  14. A) even

  15. A) nothing

  16. A) problems

  17. A) proper

  18. A) that

  19. A) problem

  20. A) in B)so

  B) the

  B) sensible

  B) good

  B) on

  B) percentage

  B) respectable

  B) hardly

  B) what

  B) should

  B) illustration

  B) always

  B) fortunately

  B) about

  B) useless

  B) questions

  B) correct

  B) this

  B) question

  B) of C)that

  C) their

  C) in

  C) high

  C) their

  C) amount

  C) whose

  C) basically

  C) when

  C) those

  C) example

  C) seldom

  C) yet

  C) did

  C) beyond

  C) issues

  C) efficient

  C) it

  C) way

  C) as D)kind

  D) what

  D) of

  D) low

  D) about

  D) rate

  D) their

  D) generally

  D) which

  D) must

  D) point

  D) however

  D) contrary

  D) does

  D) over


  D) inappropriate

  D) which

  D) explanation

  D) for

  Part III. Reading Comprehension (50 points)

  Section I

  Directions: There are 3 reading passages 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.

  Questions 1-4 are based on the following passage:

  The stars awaken a certain reverence because though always present they are inaccessible. In fact all natural objects make a similar impression—when the mind h open to their influence. Not even the wisest person can extort from Nature all of her secrets nor exhaust his curiosity by finding out all her perfection. Nature never became a toy to a wise spirit

  When we speak of Nature in this manner, we mean the integrity of expression made manifold by natural objects. The charming landscape which I saw this morning is indubitable made up of some twenty or thirty farms. This field is the property of Miller, that one the property of Locke and that one beyond the wood the property of Manning. But none of them wens the landscape. There is property in the horizon which no man has, but it belongs only to him whose eyes can integrate all the parts. This is the best part of these men's farms. Yet to this their warranty gives no title. The power to produce this delight does not reside in Nature but in humans, or in the harmony of both for Nature is not always decked out in holiday attire. The same scene which yesterday breathed perfume and glittered is overspread with melancholy today, nature always wears the color of the spirit.

  1 .The phrase "Nature never became a boy to the wise spirit" means which of the following?

  A. Educated people do not treat nature as Children do.

  B. Nature will always conquer even the most learned person,

  C. Nature is unpredictable and human beings cannot understand it.

  D. A truly wise person does not lose his appreciation of nature.

  2. The author implies that the difference between farms and the landscape is primarily a matter of__________

  A. cultivation B. perception C. ownership D. allegiance

  3. The phrase “color of the spirit” (the last line) means_____________.

  A. feelings of the observer B. changing seasons

  C. weather D. time of day

  4. The author uses the word property in the phrase “property in the horizon” to express

  A. melancholy B. reverence C. disbelief D. irony

  Part IV Translation (50 points)

  Section I .

  Directions: Translate each of the following passages from English into Chinese. Write your translated Version on the Answer Sheet. Passage One 略

  Section II

  Directions: Translate the following two passages from Chinese into English.

  Passage One




  多年以后,我给我的孩子又讲这只猴子的故事,讲到他被救了之后,保护师傅历尽艰险去西天取经,孩子 忽然对我说:“孙悟空真可怜。”



  Part V Composition (20 points)

  Topic: Some people say that “the best way to preserve the natural environment is to impose penalties—whether fines, imprisonment, or other punishments—on those who are most responsible for polluting or damaging it.”

  Discuss the extent to which you agree or disagree with the opinion expressed above. Support your point of view with reasons and /or examples from your own experience, observations, or reading. Your composition should be no less than 500 words. And please write your composition on the Answer Sheet.




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