Part Ⅲ???????Vocabulary and Structure????(20 minutes)
Directions: There are 30 incomplete sentences it: this part. For each sentence there are four choices marked A), B), C) and D). Choose cite ONE answer that best completes the sentence. Then mark the Corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the centre.

41. The beam that is ________by a laser differs in several ways from the light that comes out of a flashlight.
A) emitted???????????? C ) motivated
B) transported???????????D) translated

42. We booked rooms at the hotel ________we should find no vacancies on our arrival.
A) whenever????????????C) since
B) if??????????????? D) lest

43. Modern forms of transportation and communication have done much to ________the isolation of life in Alaska.
A) break through?????????C) break into
B) break down??????????D) break out

44. We know through painful experience that freedom is never by the oppressor; it must be ________by the oppressed.
A) demanded??????????C) required
B) commanded????????? D) requested

45. Color and sex are not relevant ________whether a person is suitable for the job.
A) on????????????? C) to
B) for????????????? D) with

46. ________the enormous flow of food from the entire globe, these countries have for many years not felt any population pressure.
A)Thanks to??????????? C) In line with
B) By means of??????????D) With regard to

47. Kesearch universities have to keep up with the latest computer and scientific hardware ________price.
A) On account of??????????C) in addition to
B) regardless of?????????? D) not to mention

48. Three university departments have been ________ $600,000 to develop good practice in teaching and learning.
A) promoted??????????? C) secured
B) included????????????D) awarded

49. The rapid development of communications technology is transforming the ________in which people communicate across time and space.
A) mood?????????????C) manner
B) mission???????????? D) vision

50. Mr.Jones holds strong views against video games and ________the clsing of all recreation facilities for such games.
A) assists?????????????C) advocates
B) acknowledges??????????D) admits

51. Workers in the fine arts ________thoughts and feelings through their creative works.
A) transmit???????????? C) convey
B) elaborate????????????D) contribute

52. Small as it is, the ant is as much a creature as ________all other animals on earth.
A) are?????????????? C) is
B) do?????????????? D) have

53. The policeman declared that the blow on the victim's head ________from behind.
A) should have been made????? C) would have been made
B) must have been made?????? D) ought to have been made

54. Finding a job can be ________and disappointing, and therefore it is important that you are prepared.
A) exploiting?????????? C) profiting
B) frustrating?????????? D) misleading

55. It British government often says that furnishing children with ________ to the information superhighway is a top priority.
A) procedure???????????C) allowance
B)protection?????????? D)access

56. Louis Herman, at the University of Hawall, has ________a series of new experiments in which some animals have learned to understand sentences.
A) installed??????????? C) devised
B) equipped??????????? D) formatted

57. Researchers at the University of Illanois determined that the ________of a father can help improve a child’s grades.
A) involvement??????????C) association
B) intetaction???????????D) communcation

58.We can accept your order ________payment is made in advance.
A)in the belief that?????????C) on the excuse that
B) in order that?????????? D) on condition that

59.Many in the credit industry expect that credit cards will eventually ________paper money for almost every purchase.
A) exchange????????????C)replace
B) reduce????????????? D)trade

60.Any donation you can give will help us ________the suffering and isolation of the homeless this New Year.
A) lift???????????????C) comfort
B) patch?????????????? D) ease

61. In India more than one hundred languages are spoken, ________ which only fourteen are recognized as official.
A) of??????????????? C) with
B) in????????????????D) within

62. Techniques for ________sleep would involve learning to control both mind and body so that sleep can occur.
A) cultivating????????????C) pushing
B) promoting??????????? D) strengthening

63. It is important to ________between the rules of grammar and the conventions of written language.
A) determine??????????? C)explore
B) identify????????????D)distinguish

64. It is too early to say whether IBM’s competitors will be able to ________their products to the new hardware at an affordable cost.
A)adapt????????????? C) yield

65. This research has attracted wide coverage in the ________and has featured on BBC television’s Tomorrow’s World.
A) data????????????? C)message

66.I had just posted the letter when I remembered that hadn’t ________the cheque.
A) imposed????????????C)enclosed
B) involved????????????D)contained

67.She had a tense expression on her face, ________she were expecting trouble.
A) even though??????????C)even as
B) as though??????????? D) now that

68.They were ________admission to the military exhibition because they were foreigners.
A) denied???????????? C)deprived
B) declined????????????D) rejected

69.It gave me a strange feeling of excitement to see my name in ________.
A) prospect?????????? C) process
B) print????????????D) press

70. Residents were cutting their lawns, washing their cars and otherwise ________a pleasant, sunny day.
A) idling away???????????C) chasing away
B) taking away???????????D) driving away

Part Ⅳ????????Short Answer Questions???? (15 minutes)
Directions: In this part there is a short passage with 8 questions or incomplete statements. Read the passage carefully. Then answer the questions or complete the statements in fewest possible words. Your answer may be a word, a phrase, or a short sente. Fewest possible words. Your answer may be a word, a phrase, or a short sente. Write your answers in the spaces provided on the right of the page.

?? Sports is one of the world’s largest industries, and most athletes are professionals who are paid for their efforts. Because an athlete succeeds by achievement only—not by economic background or family connections—sports can be a fast route to wealth, and many athletes play only for money than for love.

?? This has not always been true. In the ancient Olympics the winner got only a wreath of olive leaves (橄榄叶花环). Even though the winners became national heroes, the games remained amateur for centuries. Athletes won fame, but no money. As time passed, however, the contests became increasingly less amateur and cities began to hire athletes to represent them. By the fourth century A.D., the Olympics were ruined, and they were soon ended.

??In 1896, the Olympic games were revived (使再度兴起)with the same goal of pure amateur competition. The rules bar athletes who have ever received a $50 prize or an athletic scholars or who have spent four weeks in a training camp. At least one competitor in the 1896 games met these qualifications. He was Spiridon Loues, a water carrier who won the marathon race, After race, a rich Athenian offered him anything he wanted. A true amateur, Loues accepted only a cart and a horse. Then he gave up running forever. But Loues was an exception and now, as the Chairman of the German Olympic Committee said, “Nobody pays any attention to these rules.” Many countries pay their athletes to train year-round, and Olympic athletes are eager to sell their names to companies that make everything from ski equipment to fast food.

??Even the games themselves have become a huge business. Countries fight to hold the Olympics not only for honor, but for money. The 1972 games in Munich cost the Germans 545 million dollars, but by selling medal symbols, TV rights, food, drink ,hotel rooms, and souvenirs (纪念品), they managed to make a profit. Appropriately, the symbol of victory in the Olympic games is no longer a simple olive wreath—it is a gold medal.

S1. To many people, sports today is nothing S1.________
but? S1?.
S2. What do most athletes of today go after? S2.________
S3. What reward could an ancient Greek athlete S3.________
expect?? S3?.
S4. By the fourth century A.D., Olympic contests S4.________
became increasingly more? S4?.
thus ruining the Olympics.
S5.When the Olympic games were revived in S5.________
1896, athletes who had received special
training in camps would be? S5?.
S6. What did Spiridon Loues do after he accepted S6.________
the Athenian’s gift??S6?.
S7. According to the author, some athletes are S7.________
Even willing to advertise for businesses
Which sell things like? S7?.
S8. The 1972 Munich games managed to make S8.(1)________
a big profit mainly by? S8(1)? services ? (2)________
and selling? S8(2)?.

Part Ⅴ?????????? Writing?????????? (30 minutes)
Directions: For this part, you are allowed 30 minutes to write a composition on the topic The Day My Classmate Fell Ill (or Got Injured). You should write at least 120 words according to the outline given below in Chinese:


The Day My Classmate Fell Ill (or Got Injured)


PartⅠ Listening Comprehension
1-----5 D A C B C
6----10 A B C B A
11---15 D C C D C
16---20 A D A D B

PartⅡ Reading Comprehension
21---25 B C D D C
26---30 C B A A D
31---35 B B A D B
36---40 A B C D C

Part Ⅲ Vocabulary and Structure
41---45 A D A A C
46---50 A B D C C
51---55 C A B B D
56---60 C A D C D
61---65 A B D A D
66---70 C B A B A

Part Ⅳ Short Answer Questions
S1 a fast route to wealth
S2 money
S3 a wreath of olive leaves / olive wreath
S4 professional
S5 barred
S6 He gave up running forever./ Giving up running forever.
S7 Ski equipment and fast food
S8 (1) hotel 
   (2) medal symbols, TV rights, souvenirs, food and drinks