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Section A1. W:Come along now.Open your mouth.I can’t give you the injection with your mouth closed, can I?M:I…I…I don’t want an injection.I hate needles.Q:Where is the conversation most probably taking place降妖伏魔录 ?2.M:This stew is delicious.I’d love to be able to make it myself.W:Why not? You can get all the ingredients at any supermarket.Here, let me get a pencil and paper.Q:What will the woman probably do next三国神隐记 ?3.M:The basketball team is in the play-offs and Idon’t have a ticket.I guess I’ll just watch it on TV.Do you want to come over?W:Actually I have a ticket.but I’m not feeling welt.You can have it for what it cost me.Q:What does the woman mean?4.W:Have you finished the assignment given by Professor Smith? I don’t think you have much difficulty doing that experiment?M:NO.but I didn’t expect it would take me most of theday.Q:What does the man mean?5.W:You don’t look smart this morning.I can see you’re not happy.Come on.what happened夏乾良 ?M:I had never expected this would have happened to me.We had a power failure at home last night and I missed most of the football match.Q:What can we infer from the conversation?6.W:Well,I do like this campus,all the big trees,the green lawns,and the old buildings with tall columns.It’s really beautiful.M:It sure is.The architecture of these buildings is in the Greek style.It was popular in the 18th century here.Q:What are the speakers talking about?7.W:When is Mike coming?M:Well神女传奇 ,he said he’d be here at half past six萌神恋爱学院 ,but if you know him,it willbe at least eight O’clock.Q:What do we know about Mike李叶娜?ConversationOneM:Yael高圣芬 , what’s that in your hand?W:Come on, Don. Haven’t you seen a cigarette before? Every day in the United States,about 1,500 girls begin smoking, and I figured,why not do my share?M:But Yael一路芳妃 , don’t you know that tobacco kills more than 140,000 women each year, and that half of those women are between the ages ofthirty-five and sixty-nine?W:Yeah.but that’s why I smoke a brand with low nicotine and tar content.M:Although tobacco companies advertise some cigarettes as"light", this is just an advertising ploy to obscure the risks as sociated with smoking-smoking a light cigarette is just as risky as smoking a regular one.In fact,research shows that people who smoke light cigarettes actually smoke differently in order to get higher levels of nicotine.W:I didn’t know that.M:The one thing you can say about tobacco companies is thatthey are really savvy about marketin 9.While tobacco ads that target men focus on cigarettes as macho or cool,tobacco ads that target women focus on social and political themes important to women. For example,ads will say that you’ve come a long way,or that you’ve found your voice,or encourage you to just be yourself, as if smoking has anything to do with progress and self-expression.Young women are especially vulnerable to these ads because addiction,disease,and premature death seem so remote to them.And the thingis,people who have smoked as few as one hundred cigarettes report having difficulty quitting.W:S0.Don.can you passme that ashtray?M:With pleasure, Yael, as long as you put it out.Questions8 to 11 are based on the conversation you have just heard.8. What are the speakers talking about?9. How many women die of smoking each year?10.Which statement is true about a light cigarette?11.What themes are the most popular among women in to bacco advertisements?ConversationTwoM:Hello.W: Oh,hello. You must be a new student. Did you find it OK?M:Well, I got a bit lost because I asked a stranger. But I got it eventually.W: Oh.Dear王宁国 , Have you come far today?M: Only from Brighton. I was staying with my brother.W: Oh.Good, How did you get here?M: My brother took me to the railway station. And I got on a bus at this end.W: Aha.Well, you’d better tell me your name so I can find your form.M: It’s Mark Bum.W:Burn, Bum. Ah, yes. Oh, you’ve changed since this photo. What happened to your beard and moustache? And not wearing glasses, either.M: No,I thought I’d better look smarter.W: Here is the key to your room. It’s 501.M:Thanks. How do I get there?W: Go to the end of this corridor,徐明朝 turn left and it’s the third door on the right.M:Thank you. Oh, here’s a meeting for new students. What time is that末世收割者 ?W: Half past five in the Common Room on the ground floor at the other end of thecorridor.M:Thanks a lot. Goodbye.Questions12 to 14 are based on the conversation you have just heard.12. How did Mark get there?13.Which of the following does Mark NOT used to wear百谷虎 ?14.Where is the meeting for new students to be held?SectionBPassageOne Sports and games make our bodies strong, prevent us from getting too fat, and keep us healthy. But they are not their only use. They give us valuable practice in making eyes, brain and muscles work together. In tennis, our eyes see the ball coming德因泽 , judge its speed and direction and pass this information on to the brain. The brain then has to decide what to do, and to send its orders to the muscles of the arms, legs, and so on陈维龄 , so that the ball is met and hit back where it ought to go. All this must happen with very great speed绝色懒妃 , and only those who have had a lot of practice at tennis can carry out this complicated chain of events successfully. For those who work with their brains most of the day上山安娜 , the practice of such skills is especially useful. Sport sand games are also very useful for character training. In their lessons at school徐知会 , boys and girls may learn about such virtues as unselfishness, courage,discipline and love of one’s country; but what is learned in books cannot have the same deep effect on a child’s character as what is learned by experience.The ordinary day school cannot give much practical training in living, because most of the pupils’ time is spent in classes, studying lessons. So it is what the pupils do in their spare time that really prepares them to take their placein society as citizens when they grow up. If each of them learns to work for his team and not for himself on the football field, he will later find it natural to work for the good of his country instead of only for his own benefit.Questions 15 to 17 are based on the passage you have just heard. 15.What do we have to do when we play tennis王泉仁 ? 16.Which of the following can a child’s character be most deeply influenced by法医弃后 ? 17.What is of the greatest importance to a football team? PassageTwoRainforests circle the globe for twenty degrees of latitude on both sides ofthe equator. In that relatively narrow band of the planet唐好辰 , more than half ofall the species of plants and animals in the world make their home. Several hundred different varieties of trees may grow in a single acre恐怖海湾 , and just one ofthose trees may be the habitat for more than ten thousand kinds of spiders,ants, and other insects. More species of amphibians, birds, insects, mammals,and reptiles live in rainforests than anywhere else on Earth.Unfortunately白雪云 , half of the world’s rainforests have already been destroyed, andat the current rate, another 25 percent will be lost by the year 2010.Scientists estimate that as many as fifty million acres are destroyed annually.In other words, every sixty seconds one hundred acres of rainforest is being cleared. By the time you finish listening to this passage, two hundred acreswill have been destroyed! When this happens, constant rains erode the former forest floor, the thin layer of soil no longer supports plant life, and the ecology of the region is altered forever. Thousands of species of plants and animals are condemned to extinction and, since we aren’t able to predict the ramifications of this loss to a delicate global ecology, we don’t know what wemay be doing to the future of the human species as wellQuestions18 to 20 are based on the passage you have just heard.18.Where do more than half of all the species of plants and animals live?19.What is the current rate of destruction?20.What will NOT happen if the rainforest continues to be cleared?