2005年全国大学生英语竞赛初赛(B 级)_赛卷试题
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Summary:2005 National English Contest for College Students (Level B - Preliminary) Part I Listening Comprehension (25 minutes, 30 points) Section A Dialogues (10 points) Directions: In thi.

  • 2005 National English Contest for College Students
    (Level B - Preliminary)
    Part I Listening Comprehension (25 minutes, 30 points)

    Section A Dialogues (10 points)

    Directions: In this section, you will hear 10 short dialogues. At the end of each dialogue, a question will be asked about what was said. Both the dialogue and the question will be read only once. After each question, there will be a pause. During the pause, you must read the four choices marked A, B, C and D, and decide which is the best answer. Then mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the centre.

    1. A. Easter Day.
    B. Independence Day.

    C. Thanksgiving Day.
    D. Christmas.

    2. A. Shopping.
    B. Watching.
    C. Studying.
    D. Exercising.

    3. A. He couldn't leave Sweden until midnight.

    B. His business trip was canceled because of the bad weather.

    C. He got home very late and had little sleep.

    D. His trip back from Sweden took him three hours.

    4. A. On the desk.
    B. In the school bag.

    C. On the bookshelf.
    D. In the Lost and Found box.

    5. A. Because Dena's brother is very ill.

    B. Because Dena's room is not ready.

    C. Because Dena has taken a holiday with her brother.

    D. Because Dena is in hospital now.

    6. A. Once a month.
    B. Twice a week.

    C. Once a week.
    D. Twice a month.

    7. A. She has had a quarrel with her colleagues.

    B. She is under a lot of work pressure.

    C. She's having trouble with her employees.

    D. She's in trouble with her general manager.

    8. A. The test will be difficult.

    B. She has to study for the test.

    C. She will help the man.

    D. She will give up studying.

    9. A. At 8:30. B. At 8:50. C. At 9:50. D. At 10:00.

    10. A. Customer and salesman.
    B. Teacher and student.

    C. Doctor and patient.
    D. Boss and employee.

    Section B News Items (10 points)

    Directions: In this section, you will hear 10 short pieces of news from BBC or VOA. The first 7 are from VOA Special English, while the last 3 are from Standard English. After each news item and question, there will be a pause. During the pause, you must read the three choices marked A, B and C, and decide which is the best answer. Then mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the centre.

    11. A. Forty percent.
    B. Thirty percent.
    C. Fourteen percent.

    12. A. They should drink as much as they need.

    B. They should drink eight glasses a day.

    C. They should drink about two liters.

    13. A. Sherron Watkins.
    B. Coleen Rowley.

    C. Cynthia Cooper.

    14. A. About six weeks ago.
    B. In January, 2003.

    C. Last week.

    15. A. Heart disease.
    B. Diabetes.
    C. Cancer.

    16. A. In the United States.
    B. In China.
    C. In the Philippines.

    17. A. About half a million.
    B. More than a million.

    C. More than two million.

    18. A. 26. B. 12. C. 10.

    19. A. The day when allied troops landed in Normandy.

    B. A new holiday set by the French government.

    C. The day when people honor those who died in World War II.

    20. A. Because he speeded up the selection of temporary Iraqi leaders.

    B. Because he defended the process of selecting a temporary government in Iraq.

    C. Because he had brought down the violence in Iraq.

    Section C Passages (10 points)

    Directions: In this section, you will hear 2 passages. At the end of each passage, you will hear 5 questions. After you hear a question, you must choose the best answer from the four choices marked A, B, C and D. Then mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the centre.

    Passage One

    Questions 21 to 25 are based on the passage you have just heard.

    21. A. Seventy-four. B. Seventy. C. Fifty-nine. D. Sixty-nine.

    22. A. Two. B. Three. C. Four. D. Five.

    23. A. Because she wanted to get away from her present life.

    B. Because she really wanted a house of her own.

    C. Because she would have to give up her job.

    D. Because she had not known Bob for very long.

    24. A. Mr Thompson and Mrs Thompson were a quiet and fond couple.

    B. Mr Thompson's elder daughter married and went to Australia.

    C. Bob and Annie had known each other for a long time before their marriage.

    D. Mr Thompson's elder son was lost at sea during the war.

    25. A. They should get married and live with them.

    B. They should buy a well-furnished house.

    C. They should do more housework.

    D. They should move out of the house.

    Passage Two

    Questions 26 to 30 are based on the passage you have just heard.

    26. A. About 20,000.
    B. About 12,000.

    C. About 22,000.
    D. About 2000.

    27. A. Jane.
    B. Annie Carter.

    C. Jake Cocker.
    D. A famous rock singer.

    28. A. They asked for Jake Cocker's signature.

    B. They went to get something to drink.

    C. They had a chat with the singers.

    D. They did some singing themselves.

    29. A. An hour later.
    B. Twenty minutes later.

    C. Half an hour later.
    D. Fifty minutes later.

    30. A. The concert ended up half an hour earlier.

    B. The audience could easily get the concert tickets.

    C. It was not the first time that Cocker held a concert in the author's town.

    D. After singing several famous songs, Cocker began to play something slower and quieter.

    Part II Vocabulary and Structure (5 minutes, 10 points)

    Directions: There are 10 incomplete sentences in this part. For each blank 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 centre.

    31. And, _________, if you're going to be gone for a while, say on vacation, Dr. Michael Fox suggests you keep in touch with him by email.

    A. accidentally B. incidentally C. occasionally D. subsequently

    32. Sumac, Inc. submitted their bid after the deadline; _________, they were not eligible for consideration.

    A. therefore B. moreover C. besides D. however

    33. One of the worst things that can happen when you are in the _________ for composing is a total lack of ideas.

    A. notion B. mind C. mood D. motive

    34. New peace proposals _________ at the recent Middle East conference.

    A. have presented
    B. are spoken out
    C. were put forward
    D. had made up

    35. Time and money pressures often push you into at least a few _________ decisions that you are not happy with later.

    A. instant B. prompt C. hasty D. urgent

    36. The nursing staff are exhausted; they've been _________ all weekend.

    A. on call B. on guard C. on line D. on patrol

    37. If you wanted to try and work to improve your state of mind, I _________ you, but I'm not going to get involved in your dealings with your creditors or your criminal friends.

    A. should inform
    B. can recommend
    C. have reminded
    D. could help

    38. _________ her pen in ink, when she heard the tramping of little feet along the hall, and then a pounding at her door.

    A. No sooner has she dipped
    B. Scarcely had she dipped

    C. As soon as she had dipped
    D. Hardly she has dipped

    39. _________ I would like to thank Professor Osterhaus for offering me the chance to do this study, and for all the support throughout the study period.

    A. In the beginning
    B. At first

    C. To begin with
    D. To start

    40. The hero of the book, Charles, is a conventional nineteenth-century gentleman; the heroine Sarah, _________ by her lover, is a “fallen woman”, whom Charles tries to help.

    A. to be discarded
    B. to have been abandoned

    C. having cast away
    D. having been deserted

    Part III Situational Dialogues (5 minutes, 10 points)

    Directions: There are 10 incomplete dialogues in this part. For each blank there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. Choose the one that best completes the dialogue. Then mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the centre.

    41. Gary: ______________________

    Susan: Hello, Leo! It's good to meet you!

    Leo: Nice to meet you, too!

    Gary: Leo's one of my oldest friends.

    A. I'm happy to see you.
    B. Susan, I'd like you to meet Leo.

    C. I'd like to introduce myself.
    D. Say hello to Susan for me, Leo.

    42. Jim: Oh, are you going out?

    Tony: Yes, I'm going for a walk. ______________________

    Jim: Yes, as a matter of fact, I need some stamps.

    Tony: Okay, then. I'll drop in at the post office for you on my way back.

    A. Aren't you going shopping?
    B. Shall I come back in about an hour?

    C. Do you want to come with me?
    D. Can I pick up anything for you?

    43. Edgar: I wish my boss wouldn't talk so loud. It gives me a headache.

    Oscar: Well, why don't you say something to him? I bet if you told him...

    Edgar: ______________________ I'm the one who has to work with him.

    Oscar: I see what you mean. I guess you'll just have to put up with it.

    A. That's easy for you to say.
    B. It's a piece of cake.

    C. I'll have a try.
    D. Could you give me some advice?

    44. Robert: What shall we do for dinner tonight?

    Sally: How about trying that new Chinese place?

    Robert: ______________________ Let's have Italian.

    Sally: Again? You always want pizza!

    A. I already had dinner.

    B. I want to eat something Asian.

    C. I don't know how to make Chinese food.

    D. I don't feel like Chinese tonight.

    45. Paul: Have a nice weekend!

    Tracy: ______________________

    Paul: Do you have any plans?

    Tracy: Well, my family's away and I can't afford to do much. What about you?

    Paul: Oh, I haven't decided what I'm going to do yet.

    A. Just take your time!
    B. Come to the point!

    C. Thanks. You too!
    D. That's all right!

    46. Linda: Hello?

    Sandra: Hello. Could I speak to Mrs. Peterson, please?

    Linda: I'm afraid she's out at the moment, and she won't be back until much later this afternoon. ______________________

    Sandra: Yes, could you tell her that Sandra rang, and that I'll give a ring this evening at home.

    A. Is there anything else?
    B. When will you ring again?

    C. Would you like to leave a message?
    D. May I have your name, please?

    47. Tina: How long have you been playing tennis?

    Bernard: For about four years.

    Tina: You've got a great serve!

    Bernard: ______________________

    A. It isn't my turn to serve.
    B. Thanks. I've been practising a lot.

    C. No, I've got to serve first.
    D. Yes, I have to practice much more.

    48. Vivian: Are you going to be at the meeting this morning?

    Joseph: Sorry, but I have another appointment.

    Vivian: Really? ______________________

    Joseph: I know, but I have to meet with Mr. Henry before he leaves for San Francisco. I'm very sorry.

    A. Can you?
    B. But it's important!

    C. I'll see you there.
    D. Well, I'm glad you're coming.

    49. Andrew: The movie we saw last night was disappointing.

    Mary: I didn't think much of it, either.

    Andrew: ______________________

    Mary: I agree.

    A. We should have stayed at home.

    B. What do you think of it?

    C. Yes, let's see it again tomorrow night.

    D. Is that what you think?

    50. Gloria: ______________________

    Daniel: I said, “Do you want me to help you?”

    Gloria: If you're sure you're not in a hurry, you can give me some help.

    Daniel: Would you like me to get you a cab?

    A. Excuse me, can you do me a favor?

    B. What happened to you?

    C. What would you advise?

    D. I'm sorry, but I didn't catch what you said.

    Part IV IQ Test (5 minutes, 5 points)

    Directions: There are 5 IQ Test questions in this part. For each question there are 4 choices marked A, B, C and D. Mark your answer on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the centre.

    51. This bar chart shows how many times a class of children hit a target with a set of ten beanbags.


    How many children hit the target fewer than 7 times?

    A. 21. B. 22. C. 23. D. 24.

    52. Natalie, Michelle and Anthony have to be at school by 8:45 a.m.

    Michelle is never late for school.

    On Monday Anthony was late for school.

    If these statements are true, only one of the sentences below must be true.

    Which one?

    A. Natalie is sometimes late for school.

    B. Anthony sometimes arrives after Michelle.

    C. Natalie sometimes arrives after Michelle.

    D. Anthony always arrives after Michelle.

    53. Each of the nine squares marked 1A to 3C in the grid should incorporate all the lines and symbols that are shown in the squares of the same letter and number immediately above and to the left. For example, 2B should incorporate all the lines and symbols that are in 2 and B. One of the squares is incorrect. Which one is it?


    A. 1A. B. 2C. C. 3B. D. 3C.

    54. To answer this you have to work out a code. On the left are some shapes and the codes that go with them. You must decide how the code letters go with the shapes. Then find the correct code for the test shape from the set of four codes on the right.


    55. Balbir wants to guide a robot along the white squares through this maze.

    The robot starts on the square marked “Entrance”, and must finish on the square marked “Exit”.

    It can only move FORWARD, TURN RIGHT 90° and TURN LEFT 90°.

    Which instructions will guide the robot through the maze?


    A. FORWARD 4, TURN LEFT 90°,

    FORWARD 2, TURN RIGHT 90°,

    FORWARD 3, TURN RIGHT 90°, FORWARD 5.

    B. FORWARD 3, TURN RIGHT 90°,

    FORWARD 1, TURN RIGHT 90°,

    FORWARD 3, TURN LEFT 90°, FORWARD 3.

    C. FORWARD 3, TURN LEFT 90°,

    FORWARD 1, TURN RIGHT 90°,

    FORWARD 2, TURN RIGHT 90°, FORWARD 4.

    D. FORWARD 3, TURN RIGHT 90°,

    FORWARD 1, TURN LEFT 90°,

    FORWARD 2, TURN LEFT 90°, FORWARD 4.

    Part V Reading Comprehension (25 minutes, 35 points)

    Section A Multiple Choice (5 points)

    Directions: There is 1 passage in this part with 5 questions or unfinished statements. For each of them, there are 4 choices marked A, B, C and D. You should decide on the best choice. Then mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the centre.

    Questions 56 to 60 are based on the following passage.

    Halloween is an autumn holiday the Americans celebrate every year. It means “holy evening”, and it comes every October 31, the evening before All-Saints' Day. However, it's not really a church holiday, it's a holiday for children.

    Every autumn, when the vegetables are ready to eat, children pick large orange pumpkins. Then they cut faces in the pumpkins and put lights inside. It looks like there is a person looking out of the pumpkin!

    The children also put on strange masks and frightening clothes every Halloween. Some children paint their faces to look like monsters. They carry boxes for UNICEF (the United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund). They ask for money to help poor children all around the world. Of course, every time they help UNICEF, they usually receive a treat for themselves, too.

    Questions:

    56. The Americans celebrate Halloween on ________ .

    A. October 31
    B. the evening of October 31

    C. October 30
    D. November 1

    57. Which of the following can explain the word “pumpkin”?

    A. A large, round vegetable with thick, orange skin.

    B. A kind of round orange fruit.

    C. An unusual frightening mask.

    D. A kind of popular toy among children.

    58. On Halloween children do the following things except they _______ .

    A. wear strange masks and frightening clothes

    B. carry boxes or bags from door to door

    C. paint their faces to be more beautiful

    D. put candles in the pumpkins

    59. What will happen to the money which children have collected from the people?

    A. Some of the money will go to UNICEF.

    B. Children will keep the money for themselves.

    C. The money will be handed to their parents.

    D. The article doesn't mention anything about it.

    60. The best title for the passage probably is .

    A. An Autumn Holiday
    B. A Church Holiday

    C. Children's Day
    D. Halloween

    Section B Short Answer Questions (20 points)

    Directions: In this part, there are 2 passages followed by 10 questions or unfinished statements. Read the passages carefully, then answer the questions in the fewest possible words (not exceeding 10 words). Remember to write the answers on the Answer Sheet.

    Questions 61 to 64 are based on the following passage.

    London's public transport system is no longer the “sick man” but the “jewel in the crown” of the capital's 2012 Olympic dream, bid chiefs said last night.

    Transport experts told the International Olympic Committee scrutinizing Britain's chances that London's railways and roads would soon be the envy of the world.

    Once improvements were in place, athletes would spend time “competing not commuting”, bid leader Lord Coe told the IOC panel on the first day of their visit.

    The need for an overhaul came after the IOC criticised London's “obsolete” public transport systems in a report last May.

    Yesterday the London 2012 bid made a series of promises including:

    £10 billion of investments including a £1 billion East London line extension, longer Jubilee line trains and Northern line upgrades.

    A train serving the main Olympic Park at Stratford, East London, every 15 seconds, on ten different rail lines.

    Twelve-carriage, 225kph (140mph) javelin trains using the Channel Tunnel Rail Link and taking passengers between Straford and King's Cross in six-and-a-half minutes.

    Tube trains running until 2:30 a.m. every day of the Olympics.

    Connecting services which will allow visitors to reach the Olympic Park from 309 stations.

    The 13-member IOC panel will today have its first taste of the Underground, with a Jubilee line trip to the Millennium Dome. They will also treavel on the Channel Tunnel Rail Link, watching a video outlining the transport improvements to be delivered every year up to 2012.

    But they will spend most of their time on coaches as they travel to such key sites as Wembley and Wimbledon.

    Transport Minister Tony McNulty admitted there were concerns about how London would cope with 500,000 extra visitors a day. But Transport for London said the Olympic fortnight in August would lead to only a five percent increase in passengers—when 20 percent of London's commuters were on holiday.

    Questions:

    61. According to Paragraph 1, London's public transport system used to be ________ .

    62. The word “scrutinizing” in Line 1, Paragraph 2 means ________ .

    63. The need for an overhaul came because of a report given by the ________ .

    64. The title of the passage probably is ________ .

    Questions 65 to 70 are based on the following passage.

    Just as you will have to prepare yourself for a period of psychological disorientation when you leave the USA, you should know that after your time abroad, you may also have to prepare yourself for a parallel period of readjustment when you return “home”. Why? Simply because, if you have had a full experience living and learning overseas, you are likely to have changed some while you have been away. So the place you return to may itself appear to have changed, as indeed it might have. Even though these changes are seldom huge, and may not be apparent to others, you are likely to be very aware of them, and this can be confusing, all the more so because it is unexpected. Brigham Young University's Culture Grams offer many insights on customs and lifestyles of individual countries. Phone 1-800-528-6279 or visit the website at http://www.culturegram.com.

    Immediately after you return, you can probably expect to go through an initial stage of euphoria and excitement. Most people are overwhelmed by the sheer joy of being back on their native land. But as you try to settle back into your former routine, you may recognize that your overseas experiences has changed some of many of your perceptions and assumptions, your ways of doing things, even what it means to “be yourself”. You might have become, in a sense, a somewhat new person. After all, that is what education is all about! But this intellectual and personal growth means that you can expect a period of disorientation as you adjust to the “new” environment at home.

    The readjustment period is usually rather short-lived, since “home” will never be as “foreign” to you as the foreign environment you adjusted to overseas. Also, your experience of dealing successfully with culture shock abroad will have provided you with the psychological tools for dealing with the challenges of readjustment. Obviously, the more you have immersed yourself, the more difficult it will be to have things go back to a previous notion of normality. However, if you are aware of the changes (and seek to learn from them), smooth adaptation is more likely.

    Questions:

    65. What is the main idea of the first paragraph?

    66. For what reason do you have to readjust yourself after returning from abroad?

    67. The word “euphoria”(Para. 2)probably means ________ .

    68. The readjustment will not take much of your time. Why?

    69. ________ is more likely if you are conscious of the changes.

    70. Give a proper title for this passage.

    Section C True (T) or False (F) (10 points)

    Directions: In this part, there is 1 passage followed with 10 statements. Read the passage and decide which of the statements at the end of the passage are true and which are false. Remember to write the answers on the Answer Sheet.

    Questions 71 to 80 are based on the following passage.

    Enya was born in 1961, 17 May, and spent her childhood in Gweedore. There are nine brothers and sisters in the family, four other girls and four boys. All the family have won many competitions and are famous in national traditional music circles.

    Whilst at school, Enya studied the piano and classical music. Three of her brothers and sisters, formed, together with their uncles, a folk music group (at first with a certain American feel and then more purely Irish, though influenced by jazz and by others such as Pentangle). The group was named Clannad, a contraction of “the family from Gweedore” in Irish. In 1980, at the suggestion of their manager, Fachtna O'Kelly, Enya became a member of the group. She performed with Clannad on many occasions, until, in February 1982, on completing a European tour, she left the group, no one really knowing why.

    It was also Fachtna O'Kelly who suggested to Enya after she left Clannad, that she devote herself to composing for films. And so, in 1984, she approached her first important task. Roma Ryan had sent a cassette of Enya to film producer David Puttnam. Puttnam asked her to compose dreamy and romantic music with a sixties feel for the feature film The Frog Prince.

    Having a studio at her disposal, Enya worked almost always at home with the Roland Juno 60 synthesizer or the Kurzweil sampler, and then added piano and voice. Nicky Ryan recorded everything and helped to put the compositions into their final form.

    Enya's first record subsequently climbed to number one in the Irish charts, which started the commercial rise of Enya. She collaborated with the singer Sinéad O'Connor reciting a short text on “Never Get Old” from her album The Lion And The Cobra.

    She signed with an important multinational, and had a resounding success with her second album Watermark, which has passed 10 million sales worldwide, and has gone platinum in 14 different countries, helped by the single“Orinoco Flow”, a No 1 hit in Britain. Then she repeated her world success with Shepherd Moons, which spent an amazing 199 weeks on the Billboard charts in the USA and has sold over 11 million copies.

    Statements:

    71. All the family are well known in national traditional music circles.

    72. Three of Enya's brothers and sisters with their uncles formed a purely American folk music group at first.

    73. In 1982, Enya left Clannad.

    74. It was Fachtna O'Kelly who suggested Enya join Clannad and then quit it.

    75. In 1984, Enya acted in a film for the first time.

    76. Nicky recorded everything and helped Enya to put the different elements into her music.

    77. Enya's first record finally climbed to number one in the Irish charts.

    78. Enya worked together with the singer Sinéad O'Connor reciting a short text on “Never Get Old”.

    79. Enya's second album Watermark has been translated into different versions in 14 counties.

    80. The single “Orinoco Flow” from Watermark spent an amazing 199 weeks on the Billboard charts.

    Part VI Cloze-Test (10minutes, 10 points)

    Directions: There are 10 blanks in the passage. For each blank, the first letter of the word has been given. Read the passage below and think of the word which best fits each blank. Use only one word in each blank. Remember to write the answers on the Answer Sheet.

    Reading for pleasure is the easiest way to become a better reader in English. It is also the most important way.

    Some students say they don't want to read for pleasure. They say they want to use their t 81 with grammar lessons and vocabulary drills. They say that pleasure reading is too e 82 .

    A 83 to many experts, pleasure reading is very important for learning English. Dr. Stephen Krashen, a famous expert on l 84 language, says that pleasure reading helps you learn many i 85 things about English. Students learn more grammar and vocabulary when they read for pleasure. They also learn more a 86 good writing.

    Professor Krashen explains that pleasure reading helps each student in a d 87 way. Each student needs to learn something different. Pleasure reading makes it possible for each student to learn w 88 he or she needs.

    Reading for pleasure is not the same as studying. When you read for pleasure, you choose your own books, and you d 89 have to remember everything. There are no t 90 on your pleasure reading books.

    Part VII Translation (15 minutes, 20 points)

    Section A English-Chinese Translation (10 points)

    Directions:Translate the underlined sentences of the following passage into Chinese. Remember to write the answers on the Answer Sheet.

    We do not usually give much thought to how the things that surround us in our everyday lives are created. Everything we use—from the knives and forks we eat with to the chairs we sit on and the computers we work at—has been designed. (91) Designing may seem simple, but only those who are creative, practical, and sensitive to people's needs can be successful designers.

    Designers are artists, first of all. They have to be creative enough to come up with original ideas all the time. They then turn these ideas into actual objects of beauty. (92) Even when they produce an ordinary object like a knife, they should try to make it attractive. However, that is not enough. Good designing requires much, much more.

    There are practical issues to consider as well. (93) In an age of mass production, designers have to be familiar with manufacturing techniques and the best ways of using materials. (94) For example, it is no use designing an elegant knife which is complicated and expensive to produce in the factory. Few companies would be willing to make or sell such a knife. Therefore, the designer needs to create a knife that can be produced at a reasonable cost.

    Designers also have to respond quickly to changes in what people think of as desirable. For instance, fashions in materials, colors, and styles are always changing. (95) Designers have to make sure that their creations meet the demands of new lifestyles in the changing world. Their products have to be attractive to ordinary people, not just to themselves. In short, designers must be practical artists who are sensitive to people's tastes.

    Section B Chinese-English Translation (10 points)

    Directions: Translate the following sentences into English. Remember to write the answers on the Answer Sheet.

    96. 社会学可以这样定义:它是科学的一个分支,研究社会组织的发展过程及其规律。

    97. 在英国,最普通的休闲活动是在家里进行的,包括招待亲朋好友。

    98. 英国的绝大多数儿童在州立学校上学,州立学校为5至16岁的儿童提供义务教育。

    99. 研究表明,普通人工作时40%的时间用于听,35%的时间用于说,16%的时间用于读,9%的时间用于写。

    100. 有时候我们可能会阅读书或杂志中的文章,这些文章可能会促使我们去思考,并将自己的观点与文章中作者的观点进行对比。

    Part VIII Writing (30 minutes, 30 points)

    Task I (10 points)

    Directions: Study the information in the table comparing two cities, which both have good universities. Use it to write a report on which would be the more suitable location for an overseas student planning a one-year course (about 120 words). Remember to write the report on the Answer Sheet.



    Task II (20 points)

    Directions: In this part you are required to write an article called “Things I want to achieve in the next decade”. You should describe the achievements you feel are most important, and give reasons for your choice. The article should make other readers think about the most important things in life(about 150 words). Remember to write your article on the Answer Sheet.
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