Directions: In this section, you will hear 8 shortconversations and 2 long conversations. At the endof each conversation, one or more questions will beasked about what was said. Both the conversationand the questions will be spoken only once. After each question there will be a pause. Duringthe pause, you must read the four choices marked [ A ], [ B ], [ C] and [ D ], and decide whichis the best answer. Then mark the corresponding letter on Answer Sheet 2 with a single linethrough the centre.
[A] At the department store.
[B] At the office.
[C] In the restaurant.
[D] In the drug store.
[A] The man shouldn’t expect her to go along.
[B] She doesn’t think she has enough money.
[C] She’ll go even though the movie is bad.
[D] The man should count the number of people going.
[A] She wasn’t really studying.
[B] She hadn’t finished writing her articles.
[C] She had furnished her house.
[D] She could write beautifully.
[A] The problem may have been a very complicated one.
[B] No one can do it.
[C] The woman thinks that the problem is too easy.
[D] The man can solve the problem himself.
[A] The janitor is too busy to do his work.
[B] The sanitary conditions of an apartment.
[C] The relationship between the janitor and the two speakers.
[D] The architecture of a building.
[A] He can’t tear either piece of cloth.
[B] He wants part of each piece of cloth.
[C] The pieces of cloth are made by a secret process.
[D] The pieces of cloth seem identical to him.
[A] A photographer’s camera.
[B] A television camera.
[C] A movie camera.
[D] The man’s own camera.
Questions 19 to 22 are based on the conversation you have just heard.
19. [A] Memories of a recent storm.
[B] How strong winds develop into a hurricane.
[C] Weather patterns that can affect Florida.
[D] Planning a summer vacation.
20. [A] Late summer is sunny season.
[B] Late summer is hurricane season.
[C] Late summer is rainy season.
[D] Late summer is cloudy season.
21. [A] Wind speed.
[C] Water temperature.
[D] Direction of approach.
22. [A] By name.
[B] By number.
[C] By location.
[D] By month.
Questions 23 to 25 are based on the conversation you have just heard.
23. [A] Her professor did not like her story.
[B] She had trouble finishing her assignment.
[C] She did not like the topic she had chosen for her paper.
[D] She was taking too many courses.
24. [A] Take some extra time.
[B] Do a writing exercise.
[C] Do some work for another course.
[D] Write the story ending first,
25. [A] To go shopping.
[B] To do research for her story.
[C] To meet with her professor.
[D] To take a break from her work.
Directions: In this section, you will hear 3 short passages. At the end of each passage, youwill hear some questions. Both the passage and the questions will be spoken only once. Afteryou 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 Answer Sheet 2 with a single line throughthe centre.
Questions 26 to 28 are based on the passage you have just heard.
[A] Given by the local government.
[B] Born by a large number of bitches.
[C] Bought from different cities and villages.
[D] Captured over grassland.
[A] 11-week course for control duty.
[B] 11-week course for patrol duty.
[C] 9-week course for control duty.
[D] 9-week course for patrol duty.
[A] Catching runaway criminals.
[B] Scratching the hidden bombs.
[C] Patrolling the dangerous town.
[D] Drug-sniffing or bomb-sniffing.
Questions 29 to 31 are based on the passageyou have just heard.
[A] Gold was discovered.
[B] The transcontinental railroad was completed.
[C] The Golden Gate Bridge was constructed.
[D] Telegraph communications were established with the East.
[A] About two million.
[B] About three million.
[C] About five million.
[D] About six million.
[A] 19 million dollars.
[B] 32 million dollars.
[C] 37 million dollars.
[D] 42 million dollars.
Questions 32 to 35 are based on the passage you have just heard.
[A] Computers have become part of our daily lives.
[B] Computers have advantages as well as disadvantages.
[C] People have different attitudes to computers.
[D] More and more families will own computers.
[A] Computers can bring financial problems.
[B] Computers can bring unemployment.
[C] Computers can be very useful in families.
[D] Computerized robots can take over some unpleasant jobs.
[A] Computers may change the life they have been accustomed to.
[B] Spending too much time on computers may spoil people’s relationship.
[C] Buying computers may cost a lot of money.
[D] Computers may take over human beings altogether.