1.A) They are both anxious to try Italian food.
B) They are likely to have dinner together.
C) The man will treat the woman to dinner tonight.
D) The woman refused to have dinner with the man.
2.A) It's only for rent,not for sale. B)It's not as good as advertised.
C) It's being redecorated. D) It's no longer available.
3.A) Colleagues. B) Husband and wife.
C) Employer and employee. D) Mother and son.
4.A) She contacts her parents occasionally.
B) She phones her parents regularly at weekends.
C) She visits her parents at weekends when the fares are down.
D) She often calls her parents regardless of the rates.
5.A) The next bus is coming soon.
B) The bus will wait a few minutes at the stop.
C) There are only two or three passengers waiting for the bus.
D) They can catch this bus without running.
6.A) The assignment looks easy but actually it's quite difficult.
B) The assignment is too difficult for them to complete on time.
C) They cannot finish the assignment until Thursday.
D) They have plenty of time to work on the assignment.
7.A) The man will go to meet the woman this evening.
B) The man and the woman have an appointment at 7 o'clock.
C) The woman can't finish making the jam before 7 o'clock.
D) The woman won't be able to see the man this evening.
8.A) She's learned a lot from the literature class.
B) She's written some books about world classics.
C) She's met some of the world's best writers.
D) She's just back from a trip round the world.
9.A) The exam was easier than the previous one.
B) Joe is sure that he will do better in the next exam.
C) Joe probably failed in the exam.
D) The oral part of the exam was easier than the written part.
10. A) She is tired of driving in heavy traffic.
B) She doesn't mind it as the road conditions are good.
C) She is unhappy to have to drive such a long way every day.
D) She enjoys it because she's good at driving.
Part Ⅰ Section B Compound Dictation
Directions: In this section, you will hear a passage three times. When the passage
is read for the first time, you should listen carefully for its general idea. When the
passage is read for the second time, you are required to fill in the blanks numbered
from S1 to S7 with the exact words you have just heard. For blanks numbered from
S8 to S10 you are required to fill in the missing information. You can either use the
exact words you have just heard or write down the main points in your own words.
Finally, when the passage is read for the third time, you should check what you
It's difficult to imagine the sea ever running out of fish. It's so vast, so deep, so
________. Unfortunately, it's not bottomless. Over-fishing, ________with
destructive fishing practices, is killing off the fish and ________their
.Destroy the fish, and you destroy the fishermen's means of living. At
least 60 ________of the world's commercially important fish ________
are already over-fished, or fished to the limit. As a result, governments have had to
close down some areas of sea to commercial fishing.
Big, high-tech fleets ________that everything in their path is pulled out of
water. Anything too small, or the wrong thing, is thrown back either dead or dying.
That's an ________of more than 20 million metric tons every year.
In some parts of the world, for every kilogram of prawns caught, up to
15 kilograms of unsuspecting fish and other marine wildlife die, simply for being
in the wrong place at the wrong time.
True, __________, before every ocean becomes a dead sea.
_______________, then catch them in a way that doesn't kill other innocent
S1 mysterious S2 coupled S3 ruining S4 percent S5 species S6 ensure S7 average S8 When you consider that equals of a quarter the world catch you begin to see the size of the problem S9 some countries are beginning to deal with this problem,but it's vital we find rational ways of fishing S10 It would make sense to give the fish enough time to recover,grow to full size and reproduce