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        Paper One

  Part I   Dialogue Communication (15 minutes, 15 points)

  Section A Dialogue Completion

  Directions: In this section, you will read 5 short incomplete dialogues between two speakers, each followed by four choices marked A, B, C and D. Choose the answer that best suits the situation to complete the dialogue. Mark your answer on the ANSWER SHEET with a single line through the center.

  1. [A]: Do you mind if I change the channel?

  [B]: ___________.

  A. Actually, I think this program is quite interesting.

  B. Yes, you can switch to the channel you want to watch.

  C. Never mind. Just go ahead.

  D. Certainly. You can do what you like.

  2. [A]: Excuse me, Mr. Smith, but are you free this evening?

  [B]: _____________.

  A. Well, I'm afraid whether I will be free or not has little to do with you.

  B. Yes, welcome to my home this evening.

  C. Sorry, I don't like to be asked such a private question.

  D. I'm sorry, I have an appointment at seven.

  3. [A]: May I see your driving license and vehicle registration card?

  [B]: _____________.

  A. Sorry, don't write me a ticket.

  B. OK. But I was driving at 70 miles per hour.

  C. Sure. Did I do anything wrong?

  D. Yes. But I don't think I'm a bad driver.

  4. [A]: I love your skirt. It's so beautiful on you!

  [B]: _____________.

  A. Thank you! It's just an ordinary skirt.

  B. Oh, really? Do you like it.'? I bought it in Yunnan.

  C. Thank you! I'm glad you think so.

  D. Oh, no. Your dress looks more beautiful than my skirt.

  5. [A]: Look, it's going to storm. Take my umbrella.

  [B]: ______________.

  How will you go home if you give it to me?

  B. I have a raincoat in my office. Thanks anyway.

  C. I think you need to use it yourself.

  D. It doesn't matter. I will go without having your umbrella.

  Section B Dialogue Comprehension

  Directions: In this section, you will read 5 short conversations between a man and a woman. At the end of each conversation there is a question followed by four choices marked A, B, C and D. Choose the best answer to the question from the four choices given and mark your answer on the ANSWER SHEET with a single line through the center.

  6. Man: It was really rude of you to talk to your dad like that.

  Woman: I'm fed up with his complaints. He keeps complaining about my studies.

  Man: You should understand his intentions anyway.

  Question: What do we know about the woman?

  A. She is not clear about her father's intentions.

  B. She does not live up to her father's expectations.

  C. She is rebellious towards her father.

  D. She is tired of her studies.

  7. Man: Did you take your children out last weekend?

  Woman: Yes. And they had the time of their lives at the amusement park.

  Question: What can we learn about the children in the amusement park?

  A. The children enjoyed themselves very much.

  B. They had a good time for the first time in their lives.

  C. They were met with a dangerous situation.

  D. They were amused with some breathtaking games.

  8. Woman: Would you like to go and see the new exhibit with us?

  Man: That is the last thing in the world I ever want to do.

  Question: What does the man mean?

  A. He saw the exhibit last week.

  B. He wants to see the last exhibit.

  C. He doesn't want to go and see the new exhibit.

  D. The exhibit was new when he saw it last time.

  9. Woman: How was the job interview? I think you'll make a good journalist. I remember you as the best writer of the class.

  Man: Well, in fact, my application was turned down. They were looking for people with experience in the profession.

  Question: Why didn't the man get the job?

  A. He is not experienced.             B. He no longer writes well.

  C. He was late in turning in his application.   D. His job interview failed.

  10. Man: I'm still in the dark about what Bob has been doing these days.

  Woman: He is up to no good, you bet, He has a history.

  Man: Do you think the teacher knows what he has been doing?

  Woman: Yes, she does. But she just turns a blind eye.

  Question: What is true about the conversation?

  A. Bob is a gambler.

  B. The man has no idea about Bob's recent doings.

  C. Bob does not behave well in history class.

  D. Bob's teacher has eye problems.

  Part Ⅱ Vocabulary and Structure (20 minutes, 10 points)

  Directions: There are 20 incomplete sentences in this section.  For each sentence there are 4 choices marked A, B, C and D.  Choose the one that best completes the sentence. Mark your answer on the ANSWER SHEET with a single line through the center.

  11. I will not spend so much money on that fur coat, for I don't think it is _________.

  A. worth buying    B. worth to buy      C. worthy buying     D. worthy of buy

  12. Oh, what a nuisance! It ___________ so easy for me to bring those photographs I wanted to show you, and I have left them on the table at home.

  A. would have been    B. had been         C. would be        D. was

  13. Look at the terrible situation I am in! If only I ___________ your advice.

  A. follow       B. had followed       C. would follow       D. have followed

  14. Had he worked harder, he ____________ the exams.

  A. must have got through                 B. would have got through

  C. would get through                    D. could get through

  15. Wouldn't you rather your child ___________ to bed early?

  A. go            B. went            C. would go         D. goes

  16. Eugene resents his mother's insistence that he ___________ to church.

  A. go             B. went             C. would go        D. ought to go

  17. I ___________ the party much more if there hadn't been quite such a crowd of people there.

  A. would enjoy                          B. will have enjoyed

  C. would have enjoyed                    D. will be enjoying

  18. "May I speak to your manager Mr. Williams at five o'clock tonight?" "I'm sorry. Mr. Williams __________ to a conference long before then."

  A. will have gone    B. had gone         C. would have gone    D. has gone

  19. If the United States had not entered tile Second World War, probably the unemployment rate

  ___________ still further.

  A. would rise      B. should rise        C. would have risen    D. had risen

  20. If Tom wins tomorrow, he ___________ thirty races in the past four years.

  A. will win        B. has won     C. would have won    D. will have won

  21. Giorgio, now fifteen, and Lucia, also in her teens, were reaching the _________ of their adolescence.

  A. crisis          B. criterion         C. causality         D. credibility

  22. At first Jackie prayed, frozen in fear, but gradually his terror_______ curiosity.

  A. put up with     B. lived up to       C. did away with     D. gave way to

  23. The International Olympic Committee rejects the accusations that Beijing's budget-cutting move might ____________ its preparation for the games.

  A. degrade        B. deliberate        C. deploy          D. defend

  24. You are not allowed to take a second job________ your employer gives you permission.

  A. so long as       B. otherwise        C. unless            D. whereas

  25. They continued to __________ about and enjoy themselves until they became tired.

  A. stroke         B. stroll            C. stammer         D. string

  26. The survey asked 750 school children about the values and beliefs they __________ from television.

  A. pick up        B. take up          C. put up           D. make up

  27. I am grateful for your ___________ invitation, and I'd like to accept your offer with pleasure.

  A. delighted       B. innocent         C. gracious          D. prestigious

  28. I must _________ you farewell right now, but on some future occasion, I hope to see you    again.

  A. relay          B. bid             C. send            D. deliver

  29. Perhaps my dishes will not be as delicious as those which you are accustomed to eating, but I    beg you to grant my ____________ and have dinner with me.

  A. resentment      B. requirement       C. request           D. reservation

  30. That singular achievement was not just about Korea's arrival as a football force but as a self-confident mature nation to be ________ seriously.

  A. coped         B. shown           C. established        D. taken

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