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第一节 模拟题(一) Model Test 1 Module I Listening Sections (40%)

Section 1 (10%)
Direction: In this Section there are some key words taken from the sentences concerning the Steps of Hunting for a Job. First, you should listen to the key words marked "a " through "k" in the following. Then you should listen to the sentences and decide which key word each sentence contains. After that, you should type the letter that represents the key word in the corresponding blank. Each sentence will be spoken twice. The first one is done for you as an example: You will hear: From what we hear we can decide that the word ―employment ‖ is contained in the sentence. Therefore the answer is ― a‖. a. employment f. qualifications Example: a Step 1 ______ Step 2______ Step 6 ______ Step 7______ Step 3______ Step 8_____ Step 4______ Step 9______ Step 5______ Step 10______ b. experience c. available d .major in e. position g. value h. education i. adapt j. pressure k. in charge of

Section 2 (10%)
Directions: In this Section there are ten recorded short conversations. For each conversation there is a statement. The conversations will be spoken twice. After hearing each conversation, you should decide if the statement is true or false and click on T for True and F for False.

□□ 1.The chance of getting the job for Jack is slim. □□ 2. The woman wants to hand in her homework. □□ 3.John is being interviewed in the woman's company □□ 4.The girl will find a job in a clothing store. □□ 5.Liu Fang will fand d job in Baiyun Hotel. □□ 6. Tom majors in Business English. □□ 7. Xiao Li will have an interview tomorrow.

□□ 8.During the interview, you should mention specific rewards,such as the challenge and the
feeling of accomplishment it brings.

□□ 9.If I'm not successful in the interview I'll have to go to work on the farm for my father. □□ 10. I have the appropriate qualifications for this job.
Section 3 (10%)
Directions: In this Section there are two dialogues with five questions. Both the dialogues and questions will be spoken twice. When you hear a question, you should decide on the correct answer from the four choices marked A) B) C) D) given below,and then click your answer. Dialogue 1 1. A) He felt it was boring. C) The position had no opportunity for advancement. 2. A) He finds it is interesting. C) He feels it was boring. Dialogue 2 .3. A) To prepare for a meeting. B) To organize an activity. C) To reserve a room in a hotel. D) To prepare presentation about introducing their company. A) This evening. C) The day after tomorrow 5. A) To gather the information about the company C) To ask other people to do it. B) This afternoon. D) Next week B) To ask for other's help. D) To get a good preparation.

B) He got very low salary. D) He felt it was interesting. B) He feels proud of his job. D) He is always pleased.

Section 4 (10%)
Directions: In this Section there is a short passage with the five blanks. The passage will be spoken twice. During the second reading there will be a pause after each blank. During the pause you should fill in the bland with what you hear. John Smith is the general manager of a big 1 He is always very busy and travel a lot. He'll be away for 2 all next week. He will visit several cities on his trip, have a meeting with some managers from other companies, see a lot of sales people and listen to their report. Mary is his secretary. And she won't go with him. She'll stay in the office, 3 John's letters and telephones,

4 contact with other companies and calling John to let him know about everything 5 She will also be in charge of all the employees in the office. She wants to do a good job,because she wants to be promoted.

Module II Reading Tasks (30%) Task 1
Directions: This part is to test your reading ability. There are 5 tasks for you to fulfill .You should read the reading materials carefully and do the tasks as you are instructed. Everybody has an opinion about telecommuting(远程办公)."It won't work in most jobs ","It costs too much "," It reduces air pollution "," It helps people balance family and work responsibilities ", and "Most people are doing it ". In reality, researchers continue to find strong growth and acceptance of telecommuting. Nearly two -thirds of the top 1000 companies in the world have a telecommuting program .and 92 percent say it reduces cost and improves worker productivity (生产力).The days of everyone commuting to the office five days a week are quickly disappearing. Telecommuting involves a non–traditional work arrangement enabling workers to work at home or elsewhere, some or all of the time .This is not a new novel ,or unversed way of working. But is it for you? telecommuting is not a panacea(万能药). Whether you are a manager, or an HR (Human Resources ) specialist, there are decision to make and actions to take before you begin a telecommuting arrangement. Join us for any or all of the following meetings to get answers, information, and resources to develop and carry out a successful telecommuting arrangement .Each meeting offers you an informative presentation followed by the opportunity for a discussion with a panel of "experts " who have made telecommuting work for them . 1. How do people look at telecommuting according to the first paragraph? A.They are against it. B.They don't care about it. C.They share the same view. D.They differ in their opinions. 2. According to the response of most of the top 1000 companies, telecommuing _______. A.increases worker productivity B.will disappear in the near future C.can not be accepted by the public D.is practiced in all the top companies 3. Which of the following statements is TRUE of telecommuning? A.It is up to the employees to accept it or not. B.It is getting popular in different companies. C.It is a new untested way of working. D. It is a traditional work arrangement. 4. Before beginning a telecommuting, the management arrangement should ______. A.appoint a new HR specialist to

B. provide the facilities and and conditions C.improve the company 's productivity first D.decide whether it is suitable for the company 5. According to the last paragraph, meeting are held to _______. A.appreciate the efforts of the telecommuting companies B.discuss the employment of telecommuting experts C.help introduce the practice of telecommuting D.train people before they start telecommuting

Task 2
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Task 3
Directions: look at the tables and charts below. For each table or chart, there are four statements describing it. Choose the best statement from the four choices marked A, B, C and D to match it. Then mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center.

1.

A. There is a sharper increase between the years 1990 to 1995 than the years 1985-1990. B. In general, there is an increasing trend in average daily traffic from the year 1965 to the year 2005. C. The increase in people’s income led to an increase in average daily traffic. D. The project was completed in 2005. 2. People’s favorite color for cars.

A. Red is about twice as common as white. B. White is far less popular than blue. C. The other color, which constitute 3.12%, are considerably less popular than blue (12.72%). D. Blue is considerably more common than red. 3. Chinese sand-dust storms. A. From this graph, we can see that the frequency of Chinese sand and dust has decreased. B. The times of sand and dust storm in the 1960s is more than that in 1980s. C. In the 1980s, sand-dust storms happened more frequently than that in 1970s. D. In the 1950s, the storms struck north China only 5 times, while in the 1990s they went up as high as 24 times.

Module III Writing Task (25%) Task 1 (10%)
Direction: In this task there is a description of the graph entitled The Number of Car Accidents in 2006. You should fill in each blank in the description with no more than three words based on the information in the graph.

The Number of Car Accidents in 2006

From the graph,we can see that there were two peaks of accidents in 2006. One was in Feb with the number of of 39,which was the in December. Two 2 4 number of car accident had been 1 3 . The other was in August with the number till it reached the lowest point of the year point of the distribution line. From August,the occurred in spring and summer,the two seasons

which had most of the year's rain. Driving tends to be more dangerous in rainy days.

Maybe the weather is the most important reason for car accidents. Be careful,when you drive a car Task 2 (15%) 5 .

Direction: In this task you are required to write a memo with the information given below. You should write about 100 words.
收函人:王晓燕 发送人:Mark Wilson 主题:周会记录 日期:2012 年 11 月 7 日 请你为下周的人力资源部会议准备通知和议程, 11 月 10 日下午三点前准备好。 在 请在 会议前两天贴出会议通知,除了常规的议程之外,请加上以下的内容: 我们会讨论 2012 年校园招聘会的议题。 请通知所有需要增加人员的部门递交招聘计划。 Mark

Module IV Specialized Tasks Directions: In this module there are four subject areas named Business Administration, IT, Science and Engineering and Humanities. You should choose ONE of them and complete the tasks in it. Click on the one subject area you choose. □ Business Administration □ IT □ Science and Engineering Business Administration Task 1 Directions: In this task there are ten English terms numbered 1 through 10 in Column A). You should match them with their Chinese equivalents marked A through J in Column B and type the corresponding letter in the right blank.
A 1. absenteeism 2. administrative ability 3. board of director 4. company image 5. interpersonal relations 6. economic system 7. entrepreneur 8. feedback 9. general manager 10. human input B A)董事会 B)缺勤率 C)企业家 D)行政管理能力 E)公司形象 F)总经理 G)人力投入 H)人际关系 I)反馈 J)经济体制

□ Humanities

1. ____ 2. ____ 3. ____ 4. ____ 5. ____ 6. ____ 7. ____ 8. ____ 9. ____ 10. ____ Task 2 Directions: In this task there is a passage for you to translate into Chinese. What would every man consciously or unconsciously like to find in his secretary? Loyalty is the first requirement. If a man can’t trust his secretary, whom can he trust? No relationship in business involves a higher degree of trust and responsibility between two persons than the secretary-boss team. IT Task 1 Directions: In this task there are ten English terms numbered 1 through 10 in Column A). You should match them with their Chinese equivalents marked A through J in Column B and type the corresponding letter in the right blank.
A 1. customize 2. reinstallation 3. check box 4. sound card 5. headphone 6. password 7. scan 8. firewall 9. antivirus software 10. system restore A)复选框 B)防火墙 C)密码 D)声卡 E)重新安装 F)系统还原 G)反病毒软件 H)自定义 I)扫描 J)耳机 B

1. ____ 2. ____ 3. ____ 4. ____ 5. ____ 6. ____ 7. ____ 8. ____ 9. ____ 10. ____ Task 2 Directions: In this task there is a passage for you to translate into Chinese. Multimedia is not a new word. In fact, the concept of multimedia has been around for years. However, it appears that multimedia has finally started to play an increasingly important role in today’s computer world. Because of ever more powerful computer systems and the experience of creative programmers, multimedia is truly changing the way people are using computers. Science and Engineering Task 1

Directions: In this task there are ten English terms numbered 1 through 10 in Column A). You should match them with their Chinese equivalents marked A through J in Column B and type the corresponding letter in the right blank.
A 1. half time period 2. standard condition 3. surface tension 4. catalyst 5. cell reaction 6. electrochemistry 7. second order reaction 8. heat of reaction 9. boiling point 10. negative pole B A)标准状况 B)电池反应 C)沸点 D)半衰期 E)电化学 F)表面张力 G)反应热 H)负极 I)催化剂 J)二级反应

1. ____ 2. ____ 3. ____ 4. ____ 5. ____ 6. ____ 7. ____ 8. ____ 9. ____ 10. ____ Task 2 Directions: In this task there is a passage for you to translate into Chinese. Examples of water pollution are very common. Indeed, it is hard to find a major river or lake that has not been polluted in some way. Almost all major industries have put wastes into our water. Producers of steel, coal, cars, chemicals, wood products, paper, and food are only a few. Humanities Task 1 Directions: In this task there are ten English terms numbered 1 through 10 in Column A). You should match them with their Chinese equivalents marked A through J in Column B and type the corresponding letter in the right blank.
A 1. Chinese character 2. principle of equality 3. traditional Chinese painting 4. unlawful act 5. judo 6. human right 7. Confucius 8. protection of right 9. martial art 10. right of freedom B A)违法行为 B)中国画 C)自由权 D)人权 E)平等原则 F)权利的保护 G)武术 H)汉字 I)孔子 J)柔道

1. ____ 2. ____ 3. ____ 4. ____ 5. ____ 6. ____ 7. ____ 8. ____ 9. ____ 10. ____ Task 2 Directions: In this task there is a passage for you to translate into Chinese. Life insurance needs vary. They vary throughout one’s life. Life insurance needs also vary from individual to individual, depending on the standard of living, on the number of the children, on the plans for those children, and on many other factors.

第二节 模拟题(二) Model Test 2

Module I Listening Sections (40%) Section 1 (10%)
Direction: In this Section there are some key words taken from the sentences concerning the Steps of Starting a Business Online. First you should listen to the key words marked "a " through "k" in the following. Then you should listen to the sentences and decide which key word each sentence contains. After that, you should type the letter that represents the key word in the corresponding blank. Each sentence will be spoken twice. The first one is done for you as an example: You will hear: From what we hear we can decide that the word―employment‖is contained in the sentence. Therefore the answer is― a‖ a.employment f. advantage prefer to Example: a Step 1 ______ Step 2______ Step 6 ______ Step 7______ Step 3______ Step 8_____ Step 4______ Step 9______ Step 5______ Step 10______ b. development g.order c.business d. retain h. competition i. factors e. automated process j. deliver k.

Section 2

(10%)

Directions: In this Section there are ten recorded short conversations. For each conversation there is a statement. The conversations will be spoken twice. After hearing each conversation, you should decide if the statement is true or false and click on T for True and F for False.

□□ 1. Wang Dong will hunt for a job in a company after graduation. □□ 2. Staying in touch through frequent communication is a very effective method for retaining
customers.

□□ 3. The stores offers a wide range of information on the website,from detailed information to
general.

□□ 4. The off-campus housing offered by the landlord is inconvenient for living. □□ 5. For new customers the company offers a 50 percent off discount □□ 6.If you start your business online you need large sum of money. □□ 7. The raw materials in that country are more expensive than in the home country □□ 8. The labor cost in the supplier country is much higher than before. □□ 9. Linda does not know much about the products and their prices □□ 10. Mr. Zhang didn’t receive any professional training.
Section 3 (10%)
Directions: In this Section there are two dialogues with five questions. Both the dialogues and questions will be spoken twice. When you hear a question, you should decide on the correct answer from the four choices marked A) B) C) D) given below and then click your answer. Dialogue 1 1. A) She is an engineer. C) She is a secretary. 2. A) He wants to know something about the meeting. B) He wants to hold a meeting. C) He wants to call up all the workers for a meeting. D) He wants Lily to host the meeting. Dialogue 2 B) She is very busy. D) She is at a meeting.

3.A) Day-to-day negotiation. C) Commercial negotiation.

B) Legal negotiation. D) Political negotiation

4. A) One who gives the other party no opportunity to get any profit. B) One who takes less but gives more. C) One who is good at making compromise. D) One who always wins without losing. A) Because it leads a negotiation to deadlock. B) Because it creates a winner and a loser. C) Because it helps defeat the other party. D) Because it brings long-term relationships.

Section 4 (10%)
Directions: In this Section there is a short passage with the five blanks. The passage will be spoken twice. During the second reading there will be a pause after each blank. During the pause you should fill in the bland with what you hear. Ladies and gentlemen, Welcome to this electronics exhibition. Here you can find almost all of the latest products of our company. Let's go to the 1 section first. Please follow me. The products on display in this section are specially 2 for old people who wish to use a computer at home. Look at the keyboard. Its big keys are particularly 3 by those whose eyesight is not good enough. Here please take a close look at the mouse. It can fit all sizes of hands. Besides, it has a special 4 Listen, not only are the sounds pleasant, but also the two buttons give out different sounds. Now I'll give you 5 to try for yourselves, then we will go to the software section.

Module II Reading Tasks (30%)
Task 1
We don’t have the beds in the spacecraft, but we o have sleeping bags. During the day, when we are working, we leave the bags tied to the wall, out of the way. At bedtime we untie them and take them wherever we’ve chosen to sleep. On most spacecraft flights everyone sloops at the same time. No one has to stay awake to watch over the spacecraft; the craft’s computers call us on the radio. On the spacecraft, sleep-time doesn’t mean nighttime. During each ninety-minute orbit the sun ―rises‖ and shines through our windows for about fifty minutes, then it ―sets‖ as the spacecraft takes us around the dark side of the Earth. To keep the sun out of our eyes, we wear black sleep masks. It is surprisingly easy to get comfortable and fall asleep in space. Every astronaut sleeps differently: some sleep upside down, some sideways, and some right side up. When it’s time to

sleep, I take my bag, my sleep mask and my tape player wit earphones and float up to the flight deck. Then I get into the bag, and float in a sitting position just above a seat, right next to a window. Before I pull the mask down over my eyes, I relax for a while; listening to music and watching the Earth go by under me. 1. When the astronauts are working, sleeping bags are fastened_______. A.on the wall B.to their seats C.onto the flight deck D.anywhere they like 2. Why can all the astronauts sleep at the same time? A.They have to follow the same timetable. B.The radio will take care of the aircraft for them. C.there are enough sleeping bags in the spacecraft. D.there is no need for them to watch over the spacecraft. 3. To relax himself before sleep, the writer often_______. A.makes a bed B.gets into his bag C.listens to music D.wears a sleep mask 4. How long does it take the spacecraft to go round the Earth? A.Forty minutes B.Fifth minutes C.Ninety minutes D.Twenty- four hours 5. The best title for this passage is_______. A.Traveling in Space B.Sleeping in the Spacecraft C.Equipment Used in Astronauts D.The Earth Seen from outer Space

Task 2
The key to a good interview is thorough preparation. If you have prepared yourself well, the interview will most likely run smoothly and you will present yourself confidently. As soon as you are invited to attend an interview, or, better still, before you are called, start researching facts about the company. Probably, you will have done some research before sending in your letter of application. Now you need to identify additional information, such as the number of persons the company employs, specific fields in which it is involved, work for which it is particularly well known, its major products and services, places of branch offices, and the company’s involvement in community activities. You also need to prepare for different questions an interviewer may ask to test your readiness for the interview and the sincerity of your application. You may be asked: ??Why do you want to join our organization? ??How do you think you can contribute to our company? ??Why do you want to leave your present employer? ??What salary do you expect? If you have not prepared for such questions, and so hesitate before answering, an interviewer may interpret your hesitation to mean you find a question difficult to answer or there are things you would rather hide. In either case, you may provide an entirely misleading impression of yourself.

Task 3

Directions: Look at the tables and charts below. For each table or chart, there are four statements describing it. Choose the best statement from the four choices marked A, B , C and D to match it. Then mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center.
1. Number of tourists visiting a particular country.

A. From January there was a downward trend in the number of tourists. B. From July to September the number of tourists fluctuated. C. From September to December the number of tourists kept steady. D. The number of tourists was larger in October than that in November.

2. A. B. C. D.

Public transportation shared by different traveling purposes. Most people take airplanes for different traveling purposes. More people take trains rather than airplanes to commute to work. People only take airplanes, buses or trains for personal business. More people take airplanes for business purpose because it saves a lot of time.

3.

A. The bus goes from the airport to the hotel ―Russia‖. B. The bus runs every half an hour. C. The bus service will last for 5 days. th D. There won’t be any bus trip on 9 May.

Module III Writing Task (25%)
Task 1 (10%)
Direction: In this task there is a description of the pie chart entitled The Meal Sold in a Supermarket. You should fill in each blank in the description with no more than three words based on the information in the pie chart.

This is a pie chart that shows the proportion of the meal sold in a supermarket. The total meat sold in the supermarket is classified into six types as follows: chicken, pork, beef, lamb, fish and others. Overall, chicken has the 1 proportion, which accounts for 40%, while others has the smallest percentage, at 2 . As can be seen in the pie chart, chicken, which makes up 40%, is the most popular among the total meat sold, then next is pork with 20%, followed by beef, constituting 3 ; and finally come lamb, fish and others at 15%, 5% and 2% 4 . It should be noted that the sale of pork is half as much as that of chicken. And it is also interesting to note that the sale of chicken is 20 times as much as that of others. It can be concluded from the pie chart that 5 is most commonly bought meat while others is the least commonly bought meat.

Task 2 (15%)
Direction: In this task you are required to write an application letter with the information given below. You should write about 100 words.
求职者:刘军 信息来源: 2012 年 12 月 20 日的广州日报(Guangzhou Daily) 应聘单位及职位:ABC 公司,助理会计师(assistant accountant) 要求:写一封求职信,列出求职者的应聘条件,如教育背景和相关的工作(兼职也可)经 验,突出求职者的符合该工作的优势。随信附上履历和推荐信。请求对方给予面试的机会, 留下联系方式。

Module IV Specialized Tasks
Directions: In this module there are four subject areas named Business Administration, IT, Science and Engineering and Humanities. You should choose ONE of them and complete the tasks in it. Click on the one subject area you choose. □ Business Administration □ IT □ Science and Engineering Business Administration Task 1 Directions: In this task there are ten English terms numbered 1 through 10 in Column A). You should match them with their Chinese equivalents marked A through J in Column B and type the corresponding letter in the right blank.
A 1. banner advertisements 2. bar codes B A)品牌战略 B)商业计划

□ Humanities

3. behavioral analysis 4. brand strategies 5. brokers 6. budgeting 7. business plan 8. brand loyalty 9. buyback allowances 10. buying power index

C)回购折让 D)行为分析 E)购买力指数 F)品牌忠诚度 G)经纪人 H)条形码 I)预算 J)横幅标语广告

1. ____ 2. ____ 3. ____ 4. ____ 5. ____ 6. ____ 7. ____ 8. ____ 9. ____ 10. ____ Task 2 Directions: In this task there is a passage for you to translate into Chinese. Assistant Marketing Manager Wanted We are looking for a lively and intelligent person to join our team as soon as possible. The work will involve telephoning and corresponding with our overseas clients and agents, and some travel, mainly to European countries. Applicants should be fluent in at least one foreign language. Experience in marketing would be preferred. IT Task 1 Directions: In this task there are ten English terms numbered 1 through 10 in Column A). You should match them with their Chinese equivalents marked A through J in Column B and type the corresponding letter in the right blank.

A 1. user account 2. hidden file 3. My Documents 4. the Quick Launch bar 5. Start Menu 6. Control Panel 7. administrator 8. hard drive 9. processor 10. USB

B A)隐藏文件 B)开始菜单 C)用户账号 D)硬盘驱动器 E)处理器 F)我的文档 G)管理员 H)快速启动栏 I)通用串行总线 J)控制面板

1. ____ 2. ____ 3. ____ 4. ____ 5. ____ 6. ____ 7. ____ 8. ____ 9. ____ 10. ____ Task 2 Directions: In this task there is a passage for you to translate into Chinese.

Help is essential to learning and using Windows. There are two kinds of Help: Help about a specific procedure and Help that gives you information about what you see on your screen. To get Help, click the Start button, and click Help. The list of Help topics appears. Science and Engineering Task 1 Directions: In this task there are ten English terms numbered 1 through 10 in Column A). You should match them with their Chinese equivalents marked A through J in Column B and type the corresponding letter in the right blank.
A 1. the isolation method 2. transition state 3. super-cooled water 4. volatility 5. mixture 6. absolute reaction rate 7. scale 8. reversible process 9. perfect mixture 10. contact angle H)绝对温标 I)接触角 J)绝对反应速率 absolute temperature B A)混合物 B)过渡状态 C)理想混合物 D)隔离法 E)挥发度 F)可逆过程 G)过冷水

1. ____ 2. ____ 3. ____ 4. ____ 5. ____ 6. ____ 7. ____ 8. ____ 9. ____ 10. ____ Task 2 Directions: In this task there is a passage for you to translate into Chinese. It is important to realize that the same technology that helps us may also harm us. We can prevent this from happening by carefully controlling the new technology. As one expert says, ―We must remember that it is the intelligent application of technology that will lead us to success.‖ Humanities Task 1 Directions: In this task there are ten English terms numbered 1 through 10 in Column A). You should match them with their Chinese equivalents marked A through J in Column B and type the corresponding letter in the right blank.

A 1. real estate 2.folk arts 3. legal liability 4. Karate 5. tae kwon do 6. legal agent 7. drum tower 8. cultural heritage 9. legal person 10. justifiable right

B A)法人 B)文化遗产 C)跆拳道 D)法律责任 E)鼓楼 F)不动产 G)法定代理人 H)民间艺术 I)空手道 J)正当防卫

1. ____ 2. ____ 3. ____ 4. ____ 5. ____ 6. ____ 7. ____ 8. ____ 9. ____ 10. ____ Task 2 Directions: In this task there is a passage for you to translate into Chinese. Five Ways to Good Sleep Establish a regular bedtime and rising time, and stick to them. Avoid physical and mental stimulation just before sleep. Develop sleep habits. Don’t go to bed too early. Take a warm bath within two hours of bedtime.

第三节 模拟题(三)

Model Test 3

Module I Listening Sections (40%) Section 1 (10%)
Direction: In this Section there are some key words taken from the sentences concerning the Steps of Conducting a Survey First you should listen to the key words marked "a " through "k" in the following. Then you should listen to the sentences and decide which key word each sentence contains. After that, you should type the letter that represents the key word in the corresponding blank. Each sentence will be spoken twice. The first one is done for you as an example:

You will hear: From what we hear we can decide that the word ―employment ‖ is contained in the sentence. Therefore the answer is― a‖ a.employment f. predict priced Example: a Step 1 ______ Step 2______ Step 6 ______ Step 7______ Step 3______ Step 8_____ Step 4______ Step 9______ Step 5______ Step 10______ b. prospect g. concerned c. deciding h. economical d. survey I. realistic e. qualities and prices j. market research k.

Section 2 (10%)
Directions: In this Section there are ten recorded short conversations. For each conversation there is a statement. The conversations will be spoken twice. After hearing each conversation, you should decide if the statement is true or false and click on T for True and F for False.

□□ 1. The teacher told George the wrong answer. □□ 2. It's our mother who affects us in a big way. □□ 3. I will have a car and my own house ten years later. □□ 4. The food manufactures are lack of business ethics. □□ 5. People can surf any information on the Internet in a short time without working hard
in the library.

□□ 6. My friends and colleagues describe me as a friendly , sensitive and helpful
person.

□□ 7. Online buying is convenient and reliable .They'll deliver the books to your home
for free.

□□ 8. I have worked as a doctor for thirty years. □□ 9. There’s no vacant parking place here. □□ 10.From learning English, Li Hong has got a lot of satisfaction .
Section 3 (10%)

Directions: In this Section there are two dialogues with five questions. Both the dialogues and questions will be spoken twice. When you hear a question, you should decide on the correct answer from the four choices marked A) B) C) D) given below and then click your answer. Dialogue 1 1. A. Making an attractive introduction. C. Asking interesting questions. 2. A. Picking up a theme. C. Designing a presentation. Dialogue 2 A. No major conflicts should arise. B. The customer should be satisfied. C. The project plan is carried out. D. The project deliverable should meet the specifications. A. Four. B. Seven C. Two D. Nine. B. During the planning D. Not mentioned. B. Presenting the information. D. Making a good preparation. B. Delivering the presentation D. Making a plan.

5. A. After the customer has lodged a complaint. C. At the end of the project.

Section 4 (10%)
Directions: In this Section there is a short passage with the five blanks. The passage will be spoken twice. During the second reading there will be a pause after each blank. During the pause you should fill in the bland with what you hear. Most people wouldn’t put salary 1 high on their lists of desirable activities. Even though you may 2 a root canal to negotiating your salary, if you want to get paid what you’re 3 you better learn how to do it right. These dos and don’ts of salary negotiation can help you get the salary you 4 , whether you're entertaining a job offer or 5 for a raise.

Module II Reading Tasks (30%) Task 1
Why don’t birds get lost on their long flights from one place to another? Scientists have puzzled over this question for many years. Now they’re beginning to fill in the blanks. Not long ago, experiments showed that birds rely on the sun to guide them during day-light hours. But what about birds that fly by night? Tests with artificial stars have proved certain night-flying birds are able to follow the stars in their long-distance flights.

A dove had spent its lifetime in a cage and had never flown under a natural sky. Yet it showed an inborn ability to use the stars for guidance. The bird’s cage was placed under an artificial star-filled sky. The bird tried to fly in the same direction as that taken by his outdoor cousins. Any change in the position of the artificial stars caused a change in the direction of his flight. But the stars are apparently their principal means of navigation. When the stars are hidden by clouds, they apparently find their way by such landmarks as mountain ranges, coast lines, and river courses. But when it’s too dark to see these, the doves circle helplessly, unable to find their way. 1. The reason why birds don’t get lost on long flights______. A.have been known to scientists for years. B.have only recently been discovered C.are known by everyone D.will probably remain a mystery 2. During daylight hours, birds ________. A.fly aimlessly B.rely on landmarks C.use sun for guidance D.are most likely to get lost 3. By ―his outdoor cousins‖ the author means________. A.other experiment B.doves under the natural sky C.the other doves of the same brood D.other birds in general 4. The experiments with the dove indicated that________. A.birds have to be taught to navigate B.a bird that has been caged will not fly C.some birds cannot fly at night D.some birds seem to follow the stars when they fly at night 5. In total darkness, doves_______. A.don’t know which way to fly B.fly back home C. use landmarks D.wait for the stars to appear Task 2 Feel the warmth of a Virginia welcome from the Blue Ridge mountains to the rolling Atlantic waters. Virginia truly is for lovers — of history, of nature, of sports — whatever you love, you will find it in Virginia. Watch history repeat itself every day in Virginia, home to the first English settlement and birthplace of eight American presidents. Colonial villages, Civil War sites and historic homes are all parts of the unique Virginia experience. Virginia’s spectacular landscape and mild climate offer a wide range of outdoor recreation opportunities. Swim, bike, fish, golf and ski at Virginia’s four-season resorts, hike the longest stretch of the Apalachian Trail, or enjoy yourself on the inviting beaches of Hampton Roads and the Eastern Shore. The Skyline Drive and Blue Ridge Parkway allow travelers to take in mountainous beauty.

Virginia’s towns and cities are easily accessible by air, rail and car and you will find a range of wonderful accommodations and activities wherever you turn to. So come to Virginia and be a lover.

Task3

Directions: Look at the tables and charts below. For each table or chart, there are four statements describing it. Choose the best statement from the four choices marked A, B, C and D to match it. Then mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center.
1. Changes in Methods of Traffic

A.People who took trains increased gradually. B.Car passengers from 1945 to 1970 rise from below 2,000 per month to approximately 5,000 per month.

C.Bus passengers reached a peak in 1956. D,In 1970, people began to take plane. 2. Survey participants without landline phone serve who have housing. A. 23% of the survey participants don’t use landline phone service because they have other phone. B. Most survey participants don’t use landline phone service because they think it is too expensive. C. 8% of the survey participants don’t need landline phone service because they have other services. D. 23% of the survey participants use mobile phone service other than landline phone service.

3.The changes of college students’ outgoings.

A. Clothes, entertainment, trip and book occupy 25% of the total in 1990. B. Judging by the charts, we can notice that in the year of 1990, most of the college students outgoings are spent on food. C. Students spent less money on trip in 2000 than that in 1990. D. In 2000, students spent most of their money on clothes, entertainment, trip and book.

Module III Writing Task (25%) Task 1 (10%) Direction: In this task there is a description of the graph entitled The New Grading System in Our School. You should fill in each blank in the description with no more than three words based on the information in the

graph.

The New Grading System in Our School

① test teamwork

② notes

③ homework

④ class participation



In order to help the students develop their abilities in all fields, our school now has asked the teachers to make some changes in the 1 . This chart shows how it works. The students’ final score will be made up of 2 parts. About 3 of it will come from their test results. The rest of the score is decided by the performances of the students in the following parts; 20% comes from your notes, and another 20% is decided by how you do your homework. If you take an active part in 4 activities, you can get another 20% of the score. 5 in class is also important. If you want a higher score, you should be good at working together with your classmates.

Task 2 (15%)
Direction: In this task you are required to write a thank-you letter with the information given below. You should write about 100 words.
事由:请帮万江拟一份感谢信,感谢 Smith 先生在旧金山给予万江的帮助,万江是名 销售经理。感谢 Smith 提供的信息以及他帮忙建立的业务联系,这些都对万江所在公司在 海湾地区的出口很有帮助。并希望未来得到他的更多帮助。并主动提出,如果万江所在公司 能够为 Smith 先生提供类似的服务,请随时提出,愿意为其效劳。 Module IV Specialized Tasks Directions: In this module there are four subject areas named Business Administration, IT, Science and Engineering and Humanities. You should choose ONE of them and complete the tasks in it. Click on the one subject area you choose. □ Business Administration □ IT □ Science and Engineering

□ Humanities

Business Administration Task 1 Directions: In this task there are ten English terms numbered 1 through 10 in Column A). You should match them with their Chinese equivalents marked A through J in Column B and type the corresponding letter in the right blank.
A 1. economic cost 2. accounting 3. average cost 4. consumption combination 5. black market 6. capital output ratio 7. command economy 8. commodity 9. consumer behavior 10. cost benefit analysis B A)消费组合 B)资本产出比率 C)会计 D)黑市 E)消费者行为 F)商品 G)平均成本 H)计划经济 I)成本收益分析 J)经济成本

1. ____ 2. ____ 3. ____ 4. ____ 5. ____ 6. ____ 7. ____ 8. ____ 9. ____ 10. ____ Task 2 Directions: In this task there is a passage for you to translate into Chinese. Years of experience have taught us how important business meetings are. That is why we have developed a unique Meeting Guide. It offers a wealth of practical advice and useful tips to make organizing conferences or meetings as simple as possible. It also has helpful worksheets so that you don’t forget those important little details. IT Task 1 Directions: In this task there are ten English terms numbered 1 through 10 in Column A). You should match them with their Chinese equivalents marked A through J in Column B and type the corresponding letter in the right blank.
A 1. download 2. junk mail 3. user interface 4. inbox 5. compatibility 6. script blocking 7. attachment A)脚本阻止 B)下拉箭头 C)多层安全防护 D)即时通信 E)收件箱 F)附件 G)垃圾邮件 B

8. multi-layered security 9. Instant Messaging 10. the down arrow

H)兼容性 I)下载 J)用户界面

1. ____ 2. ____ 3. ____ 4. ____ 5. ____ 6. ____ 7. ____ 8. ____ 9. ____ 10. ____ Task 2 Directions: In this task there is a passage for you to translate into Chinese. The Internet lets your customers speak out freely and tell you exactly what they like or don’t like about your business. Listen to them. Make the necessary change to improve service or else you may find yourself with fewer customers. Science and Engineering Task 1 Directions: In this task there are ten English terms numbered 1 through 10 in Column A). You should match them with their Chinese equivalents marked A through J in Column B and type the corresponding letter in the right blank.
A 1. particles 2. quantum statistics 3. critical point 4. internal pressure 5. energy levels 6. freezing point 7. latent heat 8. heat pump 9. efficiency of heat engine 10. heat effect A)潜热 B)热机效率 C)凝固点 D)热泵 E)临界点 F)粒子 G)热效应 H)内压 I)量子统计 J)能级 B

1. ____ 2. ____ 3. ____ 4. ____ 5. ____ 6. ____ 7. ____ 8. ____ 9. ____ 10. ____ Task 2 Directions: In this task there is a passage for you to translate into Chinese. As factories continuously pour smoke into the sky, chimneys let off smoke, motor-engines send out fumes and chemical processes pollute the atmosphere with bad smells, our sense of small is in great danger. Although the government protests that pollution of this kind can become less serious by ―clean air‖ movements, the pollution problem is still there. Humanities

Task 1 Directions: In this task there are ten English terms numbered 1 through 10 in Column A). You should match them with their Chinese equivalents marked A through J in Column B and type the corresponding letter in the right blank.
A 1. theatrical art 2. priority of mortgage 3. culture shock 4. security deposit 5. cultural relics 6. copyright 7. Chinese knot 8. neighboring right 9. cross-cultural communication 10. intellectual property B A)文化冲突 B)中国结 C)戏剧艺术 D)跨文化交流 E)抵押优先权 F)相邻权 G)文物 H)知识产权 I)保证金 J)版权

1. ____ 2. ____ 3. ____ 4. ____ 5. ____ 6. ____ 7. ____ 8. ____ 9. ____ 10. ____ Task 2 Directions: In this task there is a passage for you to translate into Chinese. Notes for International Students All applicants whose first language is not English are required to show that their ability to understand and express themselves in both written and spoken English is sufficiently high for them to benefit from their courses of study. It is very important that international students do not make the journey our university until they have been formally notified that they will be admitted.

第四节 模拟题(四) Model Test 4
Module I Listening Sections (40%) Section 1 (10%)
Direction: In this Section there are some key words taken from the sentences concerning the Steps of Handling Work Stress First you should listen to the key words marked "a " through "k" in the following. Then you should listen to the sentences and decide which key word each sentence

contains. After that, you should type the letter that represents the key word in the corresponding blank. Each sentence will be spoken twice. The first one is done for you as an example: You will hear: From what we hear we can decide that the word ―employment‖ is contained in the sentence. Therefore the answer is― a‖ a.employment f. productivity adopt Example: a Step 1 ______ Step 2______ Step 6 ______ Step 7______ Step 3______ Step 8_____ Step 4______ Step 9______ Step 5______ Step 10______ b.affect c.depressed. g. Improve h. comments d. reduce i.balance e. complete j. limitation k.

Section 2 (10%)
Directions: In this Section there are ten recorded short conversations. For each conversation there is a statement. The conversations will be spoken twice. After hearing each conversation, you should decide if the statement is true or false and click on T for True and F for False.

□□ 1.Professor Liu is very kind to his students. □□ 2. Miss Li majored in Business English. □□ 3.Everyman attended the meeting is in Western dress and leather shoes. □□ 4. I spent the whole night to wrote the report. □□ 5..The reason why he is fired is that he couldn't work as the boss wish. □□ 6. .Bill is working in a company to support himself. □□ 7. He works hard in order to pay his wife's amount of medical expenses □□ 8.The man does more extra work he will get much more money. □□ 9. Philip Smith and Jack Harding seem to compete for promotion. □□ 10.The service is good and the price is reasonable in the store.
Section 3 (10%)
Directions: In this Section there are two dialogues with five questions. Both the dialogues and questions will be spoken twice. When you hear a question, you should decide on the correct answer from the four choices marked A) B) C) D) given below and then click your answer.

Dialogue 1 1. A. He is head of a small trading company. B. He leads a team a brokers in a big company. C. He works in a international insurance company. D. He is a public relations officer in a small company. 2. A. Broker and client. C. Interviewer and interviewee Dialogue 2 3. A. He turned to become an enthusiastic reader. B. He was interested in computer structure. C. He went on to build a machine for his Junior High School. D. He was crazy about computer engineering. 4. A.We will see PowerMac getting popular with people. B.Computer will be used widely and even more friendly. C.They will be an era distributed devices. D.We will always have traditional PCs. 5.A.Negative B. Optimistic C. Pessimistic D. Indifferent B. Manager and stuff. D. Seller and customer.

Section 4 (10%)
Directions: In this Section there is a short passage with the five blanks. The passage will be spoken twice. During the second reading there will be a pause after each blank. During the pause you should fill in the bland with what you hear. In this developing country, though China becomes stronger and stronger, the social and economic 1 become much more seriously. So more and more people want to be a successful man, to earn enough money and get more happiness. But how can we become a successful man? There may be an answer to this question—self-discipline. What is self-discipline? Self-discipline is when there is no one to 2 you, you must request yourself all by yourself, turn the passiveness into 3 and consciously follow the laws: use the laws to restrain your behaviors. Self-discipline is one of the most significant aspects of personal development. When you reading a book or doing something, and you feeling bore and lazy, self-discipline provides you second wind and keeps you 4 When you are in a fret or no clue to solve the problems, self-discipline can cool you down. It is the self-discipline of a man that enables him to 5 success with superior diligence and sobriety. That will say a sentence succeed to need very strong self-discipline ability. If you want to be a successful man, please take the self-discipline around you, and you will be able to more with less.

Module II Reading Tasks (30%)
Task 1 In many American universities the total work for a degree consists of thirty-six courses each lasting for one semester. A typical course consists of three classes per week for fifteen weeks. While attending an university a student will probably attend four or five courses during each semester. Normally a student would expect to take four years attending two semesters each year. It is possible for a student to move between one university and another during his degree course, though this is not in fact done as regular practice. For every course that he follows, a student is given a grade, which is recorded, and the recorded is available for the student to show to future employers. All this imposes avonstant pressure and stain of work but in spite of this some students still find time for great activity in student affairs. Elections to positions in student organization arouse much enthusiasm. A student who has held one of these positions is much respected and it will be of benefit to him later in his career. The effective work of maintaining discipline is usually performed by students who advise the academic authorities. Any student who is thought to have broken the rules, for example, by cheating has to appear before a student court. 1. Normally a student would at least attend_classes each week. A.36 B.12 C.20 D.15 2. According to the first paragraph an American student is allowed to ______. A.live in a different university B.take a particular course in a different university C.live at home and drive to classes D.get two degrees from two different universities 3. American university students are usually under pressure of work because______. A.their academic record will affect their future careers. B.They are heavily involved in student affairs C.They have to observer university discipline, D.They want to run for positions of authority 4. Some students are enthusiastic for positions in student organizations probably because_____. A. they hate the constant pressure and strain of their study B.they will then be able to stay longer in the university. C.such positions hello them get better job D. such positions are usually well paid. 5. If a student was thought to have broken rules, he has to ______. A. be sent to his parents B. be criticized by supervisor C.be called to a student court D. be looked down upon by his classmate

Task 2
Directions: The following is on introduction of access to libraries in the United States. After reading it, you are required to complete the outline below it ( No.46through No.50 ).You should write your answer briefly(in not more than 3words)on the Answer Sheet correspondingly.

Most of the libraries require you to register before you are allowed to borrow any of their materials. This means you will probably be asked for their files, you are also signing an agreement. The agreement says, basically, that you will obey the rules of the library. Once you are registered, you will be issued a library or borrower's card. Each time you check out, that is, officially borrow something from the library, you will have to present this card to the librarians. You usually check out and return borrowed materials at the same desk. The library staff member at this desk will take your card and stamped the book card with a date. This is the date by which you ate expected to return the materials to the library, so others can have the chance of borrowing it. Some libraries charge a fine for each day a library book is overdue. There are also other fines for books returned damaged or written in. Should you lose a library book ,you may be requires to pay the library the amount is was worth.

Task 3
Directions: Look at the tables and charts below. For each table or chart, there are four statements describing it. Choose the best statement from the four choices marked A, B, C and D to match it. Then mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center.
1. A survey on hours of study and average scores.

A.The time spent in studying by girls and boys in even. B.In general, girls spend more time in studying than boys. C.During the first year boys spend the most of the time studying. D.As far as the average grades are concerned, the boys get the highest score during the first year. 2. Texas wheat yield per acre.

A.There is an increase in wheat yield from the year 1995 to the year 1999. B.The year 1999 to the year 2000 sees a sharp decrease in wheat yield because of the bad weather. C.From the year 1995 to the year 2004, there are 5 years when the wheat yield was above 30 bushels. D.The year 1999 has the most wheat yield.

3. Consumer expenditures in 1992.

A.Consumers spend more on transportation than on food because of the increasing gas price. B.Expenditure on housing is mainly for mortgage. C.Consumers spend most of their money on housing. D.Expenditure on food is twice as much as that on personal insurance and pensions.

Module III Writing Task (25%) Task 1 (10%)
Direction: In this task there is a description of the graph entitled Changes in Family Expenses in Kangming. You should fill in each blank in the description with

no more than three words based on the information in the graph.

Changes in Family Expenses in Kangming

The average family income in our Kangming City increased from 8,000yuan per year in 1998 to 20,000yuan in 2008. In the meantime, the structure of the average family expenses has changed, too. These graphs show the change clearly. The biggest part of the average family expense is housing. In 1998, the average family spent 1 of its income on housing. In 2008, expenses on housing rose to 2 . Food and drink are the second biggest part of the average 3 . In 1998, about 18% of the average income was spent on this item. In 2008, the figure grew to 4 . As a result of such increase in the expenses on housing and food, expenses on other items have been reduced from 57% in 1998 to 28% in 2008.

Thus, a conclusion can be drawn that as income increase, people can improve their living step. But still the average family has to spend a large part of 5 to meet the basic needs.

Task 2 (15%)
Direction: In this task you are required to write a complaint letter with the information given below. You should write about 100 words. 投诉信:汤姆在一家商店购得一台电视,回来发现是劣质商品,根本无法打开电视。遂 与营业员交涉。但该营业员对他态度粗暴,不予受理,汤姆为此向经理写一封投诉信。希望 的到合理解释,期待事情得到解决。

Module IV Specialized Tasks
Directions: In this module there are four subject areas named Business Administration, IT, Science and Engineering and Humanities. You should choose ONE of them and complete the tasks in it. Click on the one subject area you choose. □ Business Administration □ IT □ Science and Engineering Business Administration Task 1 Directions: In this task there are ten English terms numbered 1 through 10 in Column A). You should match them with their Chinese equivalents marked A through J in Column B and type the corresponding letter in the right blank.
A 1. agency agreement 2. balance of payments 3. catalogue 4. certificate of origin 5. exclusive right 6. floating rate 7. foreign exchange 8. gross weight 9. immediate shipments 10. import quotas B A)产地证明书 B)代理协议 C)进口配额 D)国际收支平衡 E)外汇 F)毛重 G)独家经营权 H)立即装运 I)商品目录 J)浮动汇率

□ Humanities

1. ____ 2. ____ 3. ____ 4. ____ 5. ____ 6. ____ 7. ____ 8. ____ 9. ____ 10. ____ Task 2

Directions: In this task there is a passage for you to translate into Chinese. If you are not satisfied with any aspect of the service we provide or feel you have been treated unfairly, you may call the Branch Office. They will handle the matter. If you are still not satisfied and wish to make formal complaint, you should contact the Head Office. The contact details are listed on the back cover of this handbook. IT Task 1 Directions: In this task there are ten English terms numbered 1 through 10 in Column A). You should match them with their Chinese equivalents marked A through J in Column B and type the corresponding letter in the right blank.
A 1. template 2. Input Method 3. Automatic File Recovery 4. Header and Footer 5. Menu Bar 6. View 7. spreadsheet 8. cursor 9. database 10.open-source A)源代码公开的 B)自动文件恢复 C)光标 D)视图 E)数据库 F)输入法 G)页眉和页脚 H)电子数据表 I)模板 J)菜单栏 B

1. ____ 2. ____ 3. ____ 4. ____ 5. ____ 6. ____ 7. ____ 8. ____ 9. ____ 10. ____ Task 2 Directions: In this task there is a passage for you to translate into Chinese. Electronic mail, widely used in modern business circles, refers to computer-based system whereby one computer sends a message to another. Since computers can store data, an incoming message is said to be filed in an electronic ―mail box‖. A private electronic ―mail box‖ means that only the intended recipients can read their own mail. Science and Engineering Task 1 Directions: In this task there are ten English terms numbered 1 through 10 in Column A). You should match them with their Chinese equivalents marked A through J in Column B and type the corresponding letter in the right blank.

A 1. electronic component 2. relaxation force 3. rate determining step 4. perfect crystalline 5. computer-aided design 6. steady flow process 7. adsorbent 8. relative volatility 9. suspension 10. lass fiber

B A)松弛力 B)计算机辅助设计 C)电子元件 D)吸附剂 E)玻璃纤维 F)速率控制步骤 G)相对挥发度 H)悬浮液 I)完美晶体 J)稳流过程

1. ____ 2. ____ 3. ____ 4. ____ 5. ____ 6. ____ 7. ____ 8. ____ 9. ____ 10. ____ Task 2 Directions: In this task there is a passage for you to translate into Chinese. Every ten months, the number of people with AIDS doubles. So far, about 15, 000 people in the United States have been diagnosed as having the deadly disease. Over half of these people have already died. It is been call ―the disease of the century‖. AIDS is caused by a virus, which was found in human white blood cells in 1983. Humanities Task 1 Directions: In this task there are ten English terms numbered 1 through 10 in Column A). You should match them with their Chinese equivalents marked A through J in Column B and type the corresponding letter in the right blank.
A 1.团圆饭 family reunion dinner 2.独生子女 only child 3.专利权 patent right 4. 剽窃 plagiarism 5. 手工艺品 handicraft 6. 阴历 Lunar calendar 7. 注册商标 registered trademark 8. 拜年 pay a New Year’s visit 9. 盗版 pirate 10. 庙会 temple fair B A)剽窃 B)注册商标 C)庙会 D)手工艺品 E)盗版 F)拜年 G)团圆饭 H)专利权 I)阴历 J)独生子女

1. ____ 2. ____ 3. ____ 4. ____ 5. ____ 6. ____ 7. ____ 8. ____ 9. ____ 10. ____

Task 2 Directions: In this task there is a passage for you to translate into Chinese. Notice to Tourists According to the schedule, the touring party will visit the highest mountain of this country today. If you don’t want to carry heavy baggage around with you, you can leave it in the Left Baggage Office and pick it up later. As the sightseeing bus will go directly to the mountain, don’t get off during the journey unless the drive says that there is a stop for toilets.

第五节

模拟题(五) Model Test 5

Module I

Listening Sections (40%)

Section 1 (10%)
Direction: In this Section there are some key words taken from the sentences concerning the Requests of Business Ethics and Integrities First you should listen to the key words marked "a " through "k" in the following. Then you should listen to the sentences and decide which key word each sentence contains. After that, you should type the letter that represents the key word in the corresponding blank. Each sentence will be spoken twice. The first one is done for you as an example: You will hear: From what we hear we can decide that the word―employment ‖is contained in the sentence. Therefore the answer is― a‖

a.employment b.codes of ethic c. reputation d.,community business ethics f. contribution g. reflect h.business principles, i. undertake ethical business k. consistent

e. j.

Example: a Step 1 ______ Step 2______ Step 6 ______ Step 7______ Step 3______ Step 8_____ Step 4______ Step 9______ Step 5______ Step 10______

Section 2 (10%)
Directions: In this Section there are ten recorded short conversations. For each conversation there is a statement. The conversations will be spoken twice. After hearing each conversation, you should decide if the statement is true or false and click on T for True and F for False.

□□ 1.They get on well and often eat out of school □□ 2.
Li Hong was born and brought up in Guangzhou.

□□ 3.They are going to watch the football match. □□ 4.The labour cost in the country is much higher than before. □□ 5.The man will order large amount of skirts. □□ 6. The woman will buy a car insurance policy. □□ 7. The manager made an unpractical report of the achievements. □□ 8. The boss asked the man to write an annual work plan. □□ 9. The man came to the company to check their safety production. □□ 10.John and Anna will go to the health club together next time.
Section 3 (10%)
Directions: In this Section there are two dialogues with five questions. Both the dialogues and questions will be spoken twice. When you hear a question, you should decide on the correct answer from the four choices marked A,B,C,D, given below and then click your answer. Dialogue 1 1. A. Six B. Sixteen 2. A. Her Childhood C. Children Palace Dialogue 2 3. A. TV sets. C. Digital cameras. 4 .A. 270dollars. C. 290 dollars. 5. A. 2 percent C. 3 percent. B. Music players D. Desk top computer. B. 280 dollars D. 300 dollars. B. 3 percent. D. 5 percent. C. Sixty D. Twenty B. Her hometown D. No where.

Section 4 (10%)
Directions: In this Section there is a short passage with the five blanks. The passage will be spoken twice. During the second reading there will be a pause after each blank. During the pause you should fill in the bland with what you hear. What is China Import and Export Fair? China Import and Export Fair, also called Canton Fair, is held 1 in spring and autumn since it was inaugurated in the spring of 1957. It has become a 2 international trade event in China with the longest history, the largest scale, the most complete 3 variety, the broadest distribution of buyers, the biggest buyer 4 the greatest business turnover, and the 5 credibility.

Module II Task1

Reading Tasks (30%)

PASSAGE 1 Leisure plays an important part in British life. There are four main reasons for this. First of all, people spend less time working now than they used to,mostly due to the introduction of new technology in industry. The normal British working week is Monday to Friday,9.00am to 5.00pm, although some people regularly work a few hours' overtime each week. Secondly, all working people get a minimum of two weeks' paid holiday a year. In addition, there are six or more bank holidays change from year and in different parts of Britain. Another reason is that, thanks to modern medicine and higher living standards, people live longer now. This means that after retirement, people have quite a few years of leisure left. Nowadays a much higher proportion of the populations over sixty, but in this group there are more women than men. Finally, fewer babies are born each year and the average family in Britain has two children. This is one result of changing social attitudes, For example, many more married women now go out to work. The money they earn influences their leisure time. Even married women who do not go out to work have more time for interesting hobbies because most British homes have washing-machines, vacuum cleaners and other labor-saving gadgets. 1. In this article "leisure" means time for . A.refreshments B.creation C.amusement D.rest 2. A paid holiday' means working people . A.have to pay for their holiday B.have no pay when they are on holiday C.get usual pay when they are on holiday D.get less pay when they are on holiday 3. Among the old people, there are . A.as many men as women B.more women than men C.more men than women D.much more women than men 4. In Britain, married women have more leisure hours because they have .

A.work with a good pay B.a lot of time C.fewer children and more labor-saving gadgets D.washing-machines and vacuum cleaners. 5. Which of the following ideas is not suggested in the text? A.Some married women have more time for reading. B.Some married women have interesting hobbies. C.Some married women go out to work. D.Some married women stay at home.

PASSAGE 2
The marker is a concept. If you are growing tomatoes in your backyard for sale you are producing for the market. You might sell some to your neighbor and some to the manager of the local supermarket. But in either case, you are producing for the market. Your efforts are being directed by the market. If people stop buying tomatoes, you will stop producing for the market. You may spend money in stores, supermarkets, gas station, and restaurants. Still you are buying from the market. When the local grocer hires you to drive the delivery truck, he is buying your labor in the labor market, The market may seem to be something abstract. But for each person or businessman who is making and selling something, it’s very real.(If nobody buys our tomatoes, it won’t be long before you get the message. The market is telling you something. It’s telling you that your are using energies and resources in doing something the market doesn’t want you to do.) 6. Which of the following would be the best title for the passage? A. Selling and Buying B. What Is the Market? C. Everything You Do Is Producing for the Market D. What the Market Can Do for You? 7. All of the following acts are producing for the market EXCEPT A.working in a bank B.printing a book C. attending a night school D. growing beans for sale 8.You are buying from the market when you . A. borrow a book from the library B. look after your children C. drive to the seaside for a holiday D. dine at a restaurant 9.The word "real" in the last paragraph may most probably mean A. serious B. true C. important D. concrete .

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10.In what way is the market very real for each person or businessman who is making and selling something?

A It tells you what to produce B. It tells you how to grow tomatoes. C. It provides you with everything you need. D. It helps you save money.

Task 2
Directions: The following is a newspaper article about the use of business telecard, international. After reading it, you are required to complete the outline below it ( No.46through No.50 ).You should write your answer briefly(in not more than 3words)on the Answer Sheet correspondingly. You can now phone almost any country in the world, although in some cases you can only call major cities. When you cannot make direct dialing calls, you can ask the international operator to help you. This is more expensive and takes more time, but it may be helpful if you want to speak to a particular person and no one else; in this case you should ask for a "person-to-person" call. Even more expensive is a reverse charge call where the person who receives the call pays. If the international line is busy, you can reserve a call; explain the number you want and the operator will call you back when the line is free. You can save money by calling outside office hours, e.g. early in the morning, late at night, and on Sundays. Remember that the time may be different in the country you are calling. International time is based on GMT(Greenwich Mean Time);London is actually one hour ahead of GMT in the Summer. If you are unsure about the time, the operator will help you. You can use your Business Telecard International for domestic calls as well, but there will be an additional charge over the standard rate.

Task 3

1. Overseas investment in Chinese mainland.

Overseas Investment in Chinese Mainland

A.Among all the investment, money from the United States and Japan made up the biggest share. B.The overseas investment in China has been increasing from 1992 till now. C.The overseas investment in 1998 achieved nearly 10 billion dollars. D.The 1995 total investment soared to more than 40.5 billion dollars. 2. The number of telephones. A.The installation of home phone went a big step forward especially over the last five years. B.Compared with home phones in 1985, the number doubled in 2003. C.In 1978, the city only possessed about 50,000 home phones. D. In 1991, the number doubled than that in 1978.

3. Foreigners Travel in China. A.Foreign travelers from U.S.A. remained increasing from 1995 to 1999. B.Travelers from Japan decreased sharply. C.Travelers from other countries increased gradually. D.In 1998 foreign travelers rose sharply and reached 260,000 in number.

Module III

Writing Task (25%)

Task 1 (10%)
Direction: In this task there is a description of the bar chart entitled The Research of Students’ Health. You should fill in each blank in the description with no more

than three words based on the information in the bar chart.
The Research of Students’ Health

According to the statistic, the proportions of students who are nearsighted, overweight, lacking in sleep and mentally unhealthy have increased by 9.3%, 16.4%, 9.6% and 1 from 2007 to 2009. There are 2 significant factors that result in the phenomenon. For one thing, with the improvement of people’s living standard, students can obtain much more nutrition than before, which will lead to 3 . For another, as the social competition is increasingly fierce, never can the pressure of students be reduced. As a result, they feel nervous and try their best to study, which will cause 4 lack of sleep and mental problems. As has been stated, judging by two main factors, students should eat 5 and do more exercise to keep physically healthy. What’s more, it’s essential to relieve the pressure of study, and walking outside or communicating with others can be a good method.

Task 2 (15%)
Direction: In this task you are required to write an Email with the information given below. You should write about 100 words. 收件人地址:Sunshine@global.com 发件人地址:Suwei@hitec.com 日期:2012 年 8 月 9 日 主题:催款(demanding overdue payment) 事由:第 8756 号账单 鉴于贵方总是及时结清项目, 而此次逾期一个月仍未收到贵方上述账目的欠款, 我们想知道 是否有何特殊原因。 我们猜想贵方可能未及时收到我们 8 月 30 日发出的 80, 美元欠款的账单。 000 现寄出一份, 并希望贵方及早处理。

Module IV Specialized Tasks
Directions: In this module there are four subject areas named Business Administration, IT, Science and Engineering and Humanities. You should choose ONE of them and complete the tasks in it. Click on the one subject area you choose. □ Business Administration □ IT □ Science and Engineering Business Administration Task 1 Directions: In this task there are ten English terms numbered 1 through 10 in Column A). You should match them with their Chinese equivalents marked A through J in Column B and type the corresponding letter in the right blank.

□ Humanities

A 1. futures market 2. general price index 3. holding company 4. partnership enterprise 5. intangible assets 6. production cost 7. long-term investments 8. raw materials 9. personal income tax 10. investment income

B A)生产成本 B)原材料 C)个人所得税 D)长期投资 E)期货市场 F)投资收益 G)合伙企业 H)物价总指数 I)无形资产 J)控投公司

1. ____ 2. ____ 3. ____ 4. ____ 5. ____ 6. ____ 7. ____ 8. ____ 9. ____ 10. ____ Task 2 Directions: In this task there is a passage for you to translate into Chinese. Advertising is part of our daily lives. To realize the fact, you have only to leaf through a magazine or newspaper or count the radio or television commercial that you hear in one evening. Most people see and hear several hundred advertising messages every day. And people respond to the many devices that advertisers use to gain their attention. IT Task 1 Directions: In this task there are ten English terms numbered 1 through 10 in Column A). You should match them with their Chinese equivalents marked A through J in Column B and type the corresponding letter in the right blank.
A 1. Disk Clean Option 2. FAT 3. clean up 4. File-by-file compression 5. ScanDisk 6. Built-in 7. Unauthorized 8. Bandwidth 9. Hacker 10. Pop-up B A)内置的 B)磁盘清理选项 C)宽带 D)未被授权的 E)黑客 F)清理 G)磁盘检查工具 H)自动弹出窗口 I)文件分配表 J)压缩文件

1. ____ 2. ____ 3. ____ 4. ____ 5. ____ 6. ____ 7. ____ 8. ____ 9. ____ 10. ____

Task 2 Directions: In this task there is a passage for you to translate into Chinese. After you enter Yahoo Page, you can click on topics that interest you, or use Yahoo!’s search function --- probably its greatest feature. Although other search methods exist which catalog the Net, Yahoo!’s method is faster, more efficient, and easier to read. Access: http://www.yahoo.com. Science and Engineering Task 1 Directions: In this task there are ten English terms numbered 1 through 10 in Column A). You should match them with their Chinese equivalents marked A through J in Column B and type the corresponding letter in the right blank.
A 1. drawout design 2. resistance value 3. magnetic switch 4. insulation window 5. backlighting 6. electric railway 7. power supply plug 8. cable terminal box 9. UPS 10. alarm signal B A)保温窗 B)电气铁道 C)电缆终端盒 D)抽出式设计 E)电源插头 F)不间断电源 G)电阻值 H)报警信号 I)背景照明 J)磁力开关

1. ____ 2. ____ 3. ____ 4. ____ 5. ____ 6. ____ 7. ____ 8. ____ 9. ____ 10. ____ Task 2 Directions: In this task there is a passage for you to translate into Chinese. One of the main reasons for people living longer is that we know how to look after ourselves better. We know which foods are good for us and what we have to eat to make sure our bodies get all the healthy things they need. We know why we sometimes get ill and what to do to get better again. Humanities Task 1 Directions: In this task there are ten English terms numbered 1 through 10 in Column A). You should match them with their Chinese equivalents marked A through J in Column B and type the corresponding letter in the right blank.

A 1. traditional Chinese medicine 2. birth control 3. corporate crime 4. unemployment insurance 5. dragon dance 6. marriage registration 7. dragon boat race 8. late marriage 9. mass media 10. Chinese civilization

B A)大众传媒 B)舞龙 C)龙舟赛 D)计划生育 E)中华文明 F)晚婚 G)中药 H)失业保险 I)婚姻登记 J)公司犯罪

1. ____ 2. ____ 3. ____ 4. ____ 5. ____ 6. ____ 7. ____ 8. ____ 9. ____ 10. ____ Task 2 Directions: In this task there is a passage for you to translate into Chinese. To protect you ad your fellow passengers, the transportation Security Administration is required by law to inspect all your baggage. As part of this process, some bags are opened and inspected. Your bag was among those selected for inspection. During the inspection, your bag and its contents may have been searched for items not allowed by law.

第七节 模拟题(六) Model Test 6 Listening Sections (40%)

Module I

Section 1 (10%)
Direction: In this Section there are some key words taken from the sentences concerning the Steps of Making Business Association. First you should listen to the key words marked "a " through "k" in the following. Then you should listen to the sentences and decide which key word each sentence contains. After that, you should type the letter that represents the key word in the corresponding blank. Each sentence will be spoken twice. The first one is done for you as an example: You will hear:

From what we hear we can decide that the word ―employment‖ is contained in the sentence. Therefore the answer is― a‖ a. employment b. consider h. advertised i. truthfully depending on Example: a Step 1 ______ Step 2______ Step 6 ______ Step 7______ Step 3______ Step 8_____ Step 4______ Step 9______ Step 5______ Step 10______ c. superstars j. controlled d. etiquette k. popular e. accomplish f. proactive g.

Section 2 (10%)
Directions: In this Section there are ten recorded short conversations.For each conversation there is a statement. The conversations will be spoken twice. After hearing each conversation, you should decide if the statement is true or false and click on T for True and F for False.

□□ 1.The man will have an important business lunch. □□ 2. John thinks the film which they saw last night is very interesting. □□ 3.The man has a nice garden to look after by himself. □□ 4.He can' prove that the accident was not his fault? □□ 5.Jones is going to date across the city at 3:30 this afternoon. □□ 6. Mike has passed the medical check and he will join the army □□ 7. John has been fired and doesn't have the ability to support his family. □□ 8. They are going to talk about car insurance contract at dinner time tomorrow evening. □□ 9. They first came to China for Olympics in Beijing in 2008. □□ 10.The man is blamed for not working hard enough.
Section 3 (10%)
Directions: In this Section there are two dialogues with five questions. Both the dialogues and questions will be spoken twice. When you hear a question, you should decide on the correct answer from the four choices marked A) B) C) D) given below and then click your answer. Dialogue 1

1. A. They are neighbors. C. Buyer and supplier. 2. A. On 27th. C. On 31st.

B. Employee and boss. D. Secretary and manager. B. On 28th. D. Not mentioned.

3. A. He will get 16% off the first six months, and the second six months at 12%off. B. He will get 15% the first six months, and the second six months at 12%. C. He will get 16% the first six months, and the second six months at 10%. D .He will get 15% the first six months, and the second six months at 10%. Dialogue 2 4 .A. Accept the price proposed by the man. B. Reject the price proposed by the man. C. Accept the man’s proposal with some conditions. D. Reconsider the price proposed by the ma 5. A. A bigger deal. C. A new contract. B. A higher price. D. A structured deal.

Section 4 (10%)
Directions: In this Section there is a short passage with the five blanks. The passage will be spoken twice. During the second reading there will be a pause after each blank. During the pause you should fill in the bland with what you hear. It is very uncomfortable to inhale the smoke of a cigarette smoker. I know this for a fact, since my father smokes a lot. When we are together in a a room, the smoke he 1 fills my lungs and also makes my eyes water. If possible, smoking in public should be 2 altogether, because it is 3 for non-smokers to go through the ordeal of breathing smoke-filled air. so it is very 4 of people to smoke in front of others. In airplanes, people who smoke are 5 from passengers who don't. For the sake of everybody's health, I think this should be done in other public places too.

Module II Reading Tasks (30%)
Task1
PASSAGE 1 A new computer treatment is being used to deal with obesity(肥胖)in children. Connected to a small dining set, consisting of scales and a plate, a mini computer teaches children how to eat and reminds them when to stop.

"In very fat people, hunger signals from the stomach to the brain stop functioning. But the new computer system teaches the children how to receive these messages again," says Dr. Julian Hamilton-Shield, the Bristol University senior lecturer leading the treatment trials. The computer called a Mandometer, records and stores the weight loss from the plate when children eat. As the food is leaving the plate, a curve (曲线)is produced on the computer screen suggesting whether the child is eating too quickly. "Children with weight problems often eat too quickly. We want them to eat steadily and slowly and the system teaches them to slow down. It's a bit like retraining," says Hamilton-Shield. Obesity now represents one of the major threats to the future health of children. About one in five boys and one in four girls aged two to fifteen in England are overweight. But so far no treatments have proven effective in treating children. The Mandometer was developed in Sweden, but at present is experiencing further development at the University of Bristol, with $224,400 in funds from BUPA--a global health and care organization. The system could be on the market in two years time. At first, it would be managed by medical clinics. 1.The text is mainly written to explain . A.how child obesity becomes a topic of people B.Why child obesity becomes a topic of people C.how to lose weight with the help of computers D.Why a computer is effective in dealing with child obesity 2.The word "functioning" in paragraph 3 probably means A.eating B.working C. lasting 3.Obesity threats the health of children, which A.people have not cared about B.is nothing compared with other diseases C.is very serious D.Has led to many deaths . . D. losing

4.What can we learn from the text? A.The Mandometer will be put into market once it proves effective. B.The Mandometer is cheap enough for every family to afford. C.The Mandometer is still not perfect. D.Slow eating is sure to make people lose weight. 5.Where did Mandometer first occur? A.China B. Sweden C. Switzerland.

D. Japan

PASSAGE 2 "It takes an entire village to raise a child." That 's an old proverb(谚语)that is being quoted more and more often these days . And I'm pleased with that.

Today, more and more schools are reaching out to involve parents, community members and businesses(工商企业)to help shape a child's future. Parents need to be involved in their children’s education in many ways. Helping children with homework and studying, going on a field trip, teaching a craft(手工艺)or coaching a children' s sports team are all great ways to be involved in your child's education. And don't forget to communicate with teachers--they need and respect your input. Studies show that children learn more and schools function better when parents and schools work together. It's important to keep in touch with your child's education all through his or her school career. Communities can help children create and achieve new goals. Help with homework, read to a child, coach a children' s team, or provide emotional(情感上的)support. Help solve problems and build self-esteem(自尊心)Kids need role models and advisers can be role models but sharing their experiences and wisdom. Businesses can also help shape our children's future. Invite a class from your local school to visit your workplace. You may be providing a glimpse that opens a new world of possibilities. Show students what goes on during a typical day. Give a minicourse for students: How to use a computer; how products are made; how machinery works. You may have a developing electrician, teacher, nurse , or even a newspaper reporter on your hands. It really does take an entire village to raise a child. So share the responsibility(职责)and the joy of bring a child to his or her full potential(潜能). 6. The implied advice in the proverb "It takes an entire village to raise a child" is that . A.all the people in a village should give food to a child B.Schools, parents, and other organizations should share the responsibility of shaping a child's future C.children should be brought up in the village where they were born D.schools should be setup in the village where a child was raised 7. The text was written mainly for . A.parents and members in organizations B.children and students C. teachers and nurses D.education experts and government officials 8. Students can get developed in practical working skill through . A.parental involvement B. community activities C.Business training D. school teaching 9. Which is NOT true according to the passage? A.Parents play an important part in children’s education. B.Communities have not a bit effect on the way to new and high ideal. C.Educating a child well demands of the work not only from school but from other organizations. D.Businesses may arrange some training courses for students.

10. What can communities do for a child's growing-up? A.Create and achieve new goals B. Shape the future B.Help with homework D. Coach. Task2

Directions: The following is an ad based on a certificate. After reading it, you are required to complete the outline below it (No.46through No.50).You should write your answer briefly(in not more than 3words)on the Answer Sheet correspondingly.
Certificate This is to certify that Ms. Lynn Catherine attended and won the gold medal in the SUPER FEMALE VOICE jointly organized by Satellite TV, CTV, Channel TV and TV Eastern. The organizing committee of the contest of SUPER FEMALE VOICE thinks that the attendant above actively participated in the activities and made valuable contribution to the success of the contest. Winners' Show City Center Tel: 430808 Oct. 10-11 only at the City Center. All the fun of all the winners of SUPER FEMALE VOICE, the medalist, Lynn included. Enjoy again and listen to your favorite songs. Performances:8 pm nightly. Admission: $50; under 16 or over 60:$30.

Task 3 1. Where are your expenses going?

A.People spent most of their income on food. B.Clothes and entertainment took up 10 percent. C.Compared with transportation, people spent more money on books. D.From the pie chart we can see that people pay more attention to entertainment. 2. The Changes in China’s Foreign Trade. The Changes in China’s Foreign Trade

A.There was a slight increase from 1952 to 1992 in foreign trade. B.In 1986, the foreign trade improved. C.Before 1978, the foreign trade increased quickly. D.Purred by the fast growing economy, China has witnessed booming foreign trade in the last decade.

3. Personal income tax rate.
Personal Income Tax Rate(income>RMB 1000 per month ) stag grading tax rate(%)( TH ) simple coefficient( SC )

e 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 less than 500 500-2,000 2,000-5,000 5,000-20,000 20,000-40,000 40,000-60,000 60,000-80,000 80,000-100.000 over 100,00 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 Note:Tax=(income-1000)*TR-SC A.The tax rate for personal income over RMB B.The tax rates are divided into 9 stages and is 15%. C.The lowest rate is 5% for the income between rate is 45%. D.The higher the income is, the more tax we 1,000 per month is 4%. the difference between each stage 1,000 and 1,500, while the highest should not pay. 0 25 125 375 1375 3375 6375 10375 15375

Module III Writing Task (25%) Task 1 (10%)
Direction: In this task there is a description of the bar chart entitled Changes

in the Ways People Spend Their Holidays. You should fill in each blank in the description with no more than three words based on the information in the bar chart.

The ways people spend their holidays have changed greatly recently. In 2002, 1 of people spent their holidays at home. The number dropped greatly to 10% in 2006. The chart shows that the number of people spending their holiday traveling abroad also 2 . Compared with 15% in 2002, the rate in 2006 rose to 3 . Because people now have much more money than before, they can afford to travel abroad, and the rate may continue to rise in the near future. The chart shows that the number of people going to 4 remained nearly the same, while the number of people who went to camping rose from 10% in 2002 to 5 in 2006. Maybe people become tired of the city and want to be close to nature.

Task 2 (15%)
Direction: In this task you are required to write a letter of introducing a new product with the information given below. You should write about 100 words.
向客户写一封推销新产品的信函,内容如下: 产品:洗衣粉 特点:新配方; 寄送样品,并附上产品目录和报价单。希望得到对方的回复。


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