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学位英语考试模拟题答案 2008.12  

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Part oneListening comprehension15%

Section ACompound Dictation (10points)

In this part, you will hear a passage three times. Listen carefully and fill in the missing words. For the first time, listen carefully and try your best to understand. For the second time, write down what you hear on the tape. For the third time, check your answer. (10 points)

 

1.      political

2.      journalist

3.      cheering

4.      All around me

5.      relaxed

6.      Hong Kong was going back to China

7.      The mainland

8.      the mother country

9.      unity and loyalty

10.  freedom of speech

 

       Direction BNote taking (5 points)

In this part, you will hear a passage twice. After the first time, there will be a pause of 30 seconds. Please try your best to write down the main idea and 4 details of the passage. Then listen again and check your answer.

 

1.      Main idea

 This is a report about the US President Candidates

Details

1. Senator McCain of Arizona is now the clear Republican front-runner

2.      But for Democrats, they were not happy since they haven’t decided their nominee.

3.      For Democrats, the fight continues between Senator Clinton of New York and Senator Obama of Illinois.

4.      the Democratic race intensifies,

5.      Democrats who said the Iraq war was the most important issue were more likely to choose Barack Obama.

Part TwoReading comprehension20%

In this part, you will read two passages. The first passage is followed by 5 questions. You are required to choose the best answer to each question according to the passage. For the second passage, you are required to answer each question with no more than 12 words.

Passage one

1,A    2.B     3.D     4.B    5.C

Passage two

1. she was selling skirts.

2. It is quiet and peaceful.

3. Because she was glad/pleased that the author knew their way of bargaining.

4. Because it was cheap and he wanted to do something as compensation.

5. Because she was moved./// because she was overcome by emotion.

Part ThreeTranslation20%

In this part, you are required to translate 1 short passages from English into Chinese (10 points) and 1 passages from Chinese into English.(10 points)

1. 一个冬夜,经过了医院里好几个小时精疲力竭的工作后我漫步在空旷无人的大街上,那种感觉永远都无法忘却。我一下子发现自己不再感到紧张疲劳。什么病人的病情、个人的烦恼,似乎就像寒夜中呼出的热气,一下子都烟消云散了,我把散步纳入了每天的日程,不仅精神振作了,而且体重和血压也逐渐下降了。我开始查阅有关散步的医学文献。通过研究,还通过从事家庭保健医生工作中的临床观察,我发现,无论年龄大小,散步都能健身瘦身,延年益寿。

2. First impressions are often lasting ones. Indeed, if you play your cards right, you can enjoy the benefits of what sociologists call the "halo effect." This means that if you're viewed positively within the critical first few minutes, the person you've met will likely assume everything you do is positive.How you move and gesture will greatly influence an interviewer's first impression of you. In a landmark study of communications, psychologists discovered that seven percent of any message about our feelings and attitudes comes from the words we use, 38 percent from our voice, and a startling 55 percent from our facial expressions. In fact, when our facial expression or tone of voice conflicts with our words, the listener will typically put more weight on the nonverbal message.

Part Four: Writing25%

1. Practical Writing (10’)

Directions: You are going to write a WANTED advertisement. The following requirement given in Chinese is for your reference.no less than 80 words

评分标准:格式基本正确就可

          内容要正确

          语言没有严重语法错误

参考:

Wanted: English Teacher
The No.2 Middle School is looking for an English Teacher. Applicants must be able to teach according to national education system. Applicants should have knowledge of English Education, have a BA degree or above, and be eager to learn, open-minded, and creative. Applicants should have a deep understanding and respect for cultural differences. Recent graduates are warmly welcomed to apply for this position.


2. Essay Writing (15’)

Directions: You are going to write in no less than 150 words about the tile My View on Competition. In your composition, you should clearly state your opinion and give reasons to support your arguments.

评分标准:观点必须明确,否则酌情扣分。语言表达必须符合英文习惯,结构必须清晰完整。如有太多语法错误酌情扣分。

附:听力参考原文:

This is IN THE NEWS in VOA Special English.
After Super Tuesday, Republicans have their likely nominee for president in the November election, John McCain. But for Democrats, there was nothing super about the biggest day of voting in the nation's presidential nominating history.
Almost half the states voted on delegates for the conventions this summer where the parties will nominate their candidates. California and other states that normally held their votes later in the year moved them up to have more influence. Yet the Democrats are no closer to a clear front-runner than they were before Tuesday.
Senator McCain of Arizona is now the clear Republican front-runner. He won nine states. Former Massachusetts’s governor Mitt Romney won seven. And former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee won the remaining five states where Republicans voted Tuesday, all in the South.
But on Thursday Mitt Romney left the race. He said taking his fight to the convention would delay the launch of a national campaign, and make it easier for Hillary Clinton or Barack Obama to win.
For Democrats, the fight continues between Senator Clinton of New York and Senator Obama of Illinois. He won more states, but she won delegate-heavy states like New York and, the biggest of all, California.
They ended up with close delegate counts as a result of the complex process that the Democrats use for dividing delegates.
The primary season will continue through June. Voters in eight states make their choices in the next week.
John McCain has well over half the delegates needed to win the Republican nomination. Some Republicans think he is not conservative enough; he is asking his party to unite behind him.
A new Time magazine poll suggests that John McCain would lose to Barack Obama, forty-eight to forty-one percent. But if the election were between John McCain and Hillary Clinton, the study shows that each would get forty-six percent.
As the Democratic race intensifies, so does the race for money. Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama each raised about one hundred million dollars last year. But his campaign reported raising thirty-two million dollars in January, compared to thirteen million for her campaign.

Unlike many Obama supporters, many Clinton supporters have already given the limit permitted by law. Hillary Clinton said this week that she loaned five million dollars of her own money to her campaign last month.
On Super Tuesday, voters who said they cared most about the economy were more likely to vote for Hillary Clinton or John McCain. Democrats who said the Iraq war was the most important issue were more likely to choose Barack Obama. On the Republican side, Mitt Romney captured the majority of voters who said immigration was the most important issue.
And that's IN THE NEWS in VOA Special English, written by Brianna Blake.

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