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I. Listening Comprehension

Section A

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. M: Program is too tough for me to learn. I quit.

W: Keep trying. You can make it.

Q: What does the woman mean?


2. M: Just look at today's paper. Nothing but accidents or gossip.

W: Right. Nothing is worth reading.

Q: What is the speaker's attitude towards today's paper?


3. W: Jane, can you turn off your mobile phone? The muscial is about to start.

M: Okay, I can't wait to see Lucas Wong. My favourite actor. 

Q: What does the conversation most probably take place?


4. M: Before feeding the dog, I'm going to clear up its house.

W: It's about time. Look at the mess! It smells terrible.

Q: What is the man probably going to do first?


5. W: Shall we buy some magazines at the home decoration before funishing our new house?

M: We could, but considering the information, don't you think they are overpriced?

Q: What does the man think of such magazines?


6. M: Ms. Fong, for tomorrow's test, can we use a calculator?

W: No. You should learn basic calculaiton skills.

Q: Which test is the man most probably going to take?


7. W: Why didn't you go to the concert? It was marvellous.

M: I was tired out. I just came back from Chengdu by train that morning.

Q: Why was the man absent from the concert?


8. W: Robbie, I can't carry those books to the classroom. Would you please help me?

M: Sorry, Mary. I have an appointment with Professor X. Why not use your bicycle?

Q: What does Robbie imply?


9. M: Some doctors love to lecture people about their life styles.

W: Well, I don't think they can make a difference.

Q: What does the woman mean?


10. W: Alex, do you like team sports? Football? Basketball?

M: Sure. But I am a spectator rather than a player.

Q: What can we learn about the man?


Section B

Directions: In Section B, you will hear several longer conversation(s) and short passage(s), and you will be asked several questions on each of the conversation(s) and the passage(s). The conversation(s) and the passage(s) will be read twice, but the questions will be spoken only once. When you hear a question, read the four possible answers on your paper and decide which one is the best answer to the question you have heard.


Questions 11 through 13 are based on the following talk.

    That longer way to trip is about to begin. You've been working hard getttng everything organized. I'm here to give you the tips you need to make that packing task easier. The golden rule is: The lighter, the better. Most shampoo manufaturers seem to make a special point of packaging their products in containers which are either large or heavy.

    One way to decrease the weight in your bag is to buy some small bottles and pour into them just enough shampoo for the holiday. Another idea is to collect samples of shampoo throughout the year. Ready for use when holiday time comes around. What else needs to go in the suitcase? Clothes, of course! Don't forget to roll them up. They not only saves space but also helps reduce wrinkling. Remember to put an alarm clock, washing powder, and medicine in the suitcase. Still on the subject of the suitcase. To keep your cases safe, keep them simple. If you use very expensive designers' suitcases, you will invite theft. A plain case won't be noticed as much by thieves.


Questions:

11. According to the speaker, how can we decrease the weight in the bag?

12. What does the speaker tell us to do to prevent theft?

13. What is the speaker mainly talking about?


Questions 14 through 16 are based on the following talk.

    Some people believe that spending quiet hours reading and thinking in a library is the best way to prepare for a debate contest. Most memeory experts, however, would recommend preparing with team members. Doing so increases the rate of learning and the likelihood of remembering. When members of a debate team prepare together, they learn facts and master issues faster and more effectively than each individual could alone. Communication is essential to the ability to remember well, says a well-known psychologist. He's found isolating yourself is about the worst thing you can do if you want to remember information. In other words, when you talk with others, whether it is to describe a movie or complain about a difficult chapter in a textbook, you are actually strengthening your memory. The human memory works like a filing system. For a fling system to be effective, information has to be put in a logical place inside a folder that includes related information. When the members of a debate team practise by using facts in support of an argument, they are exactly gathering related pieces of information into a single mental folder. And during an actual debate, when the pressure is on, they would be more easily recalled than those memorized as isolated pieces of information.(懒得分段了)


Questions:

14. What do memeory experts think of reading and thinking quietly in debate preparation?

15. In which situation are people most likely to improve their memory?

16. In what way does human memory work like a filing system?


Questions 17 through 20 are based on the following conversation.

M: Last night the news said that in some cities they are thinking of turning off the public water supply during part of each day.


W: Mmm...there is a shortage of water here, too. Is there anything we could do to help? Water is so important.


M: Sure. There are many things we can do to cut down the amount of water we use. One is change some of the things in the bathroom.


W: Hmm....Don't you think changing the bathroom can be too expensive?


M: I don't mean to change everything, just ...Well, for instance, the shower head. There are new ones on the market that save almost 50% of the water. They don't cost very much.


W: Good idea! I read a normal flow for a shower is 20 liters per minute. By cutting down that by half, one would consumer only 6 liters for a shower. If we turn off the water when we brush our teeth, that would help, too.


M: Right! I wasn't aware it could be that much.


W: There are new toilets that save a lot of water. But it isn't necessary to change them right away.


M: We don't need to change them. By placing one or two brakes in the tank to take up some of the space, the amount of water flowing into the tank would be reduced.


W: That sounds great!


Questions:

17. According to the man, what was the last night's news about?

18. Which of the following is the suggestion made by the speakers?

19. With the new shower head, how much water will a person use for a shower?

20. What are the two speakers mainly talking about?


That's the end of listening comprehension.


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