Part 1 Understanding Short Conversations
(每小题：1 分) Directions: In this section you'll hear some short conversations. Listen carefully and choose the best answer to the questions you hear. 1. A. She had paid more attention to her pronunciation. B. She doesn't make mistakes in her pronunciation. C. She didn't pay more attention to her pronunciation. D. She sometimes makes mistakes in her pronunciation. 2. A. He's afraid of crashing. B. He gets sick on planes. C. He misunderstood the woman. D. He dislikes traveling alone. 3. A. A person. B. A dog. C. A bird. D. A monkey. 4. A. 6:25. B. 7:30. C. 10:00. D. 12:00. 5. A. That they finish their assignment early. B. That they watch the clock carefully. C. That they be careful of their handwriting. D. That they wait a few minutes after class.
Part 2 Understanding Long Conversations
(每小题：2 分) Directions: In this section you'll hear a long conversation or conversations. Listen carefully and choose the best answer to the questions you hear. Questions 1 to 5 are based on the same passage or dialog. 1. A. Foreign travel.
B. Latin America. C. Airplanes. D. Disease. 2. A. 1. B. 20. C. 74. D. 250. 3. A. The disease had never been seen in Los Angeles. B. The food made people sick. C. People were not concerned enough about disease. D. Any dead disease may come back. 4. A. No one could explain it. B. It had never been seen in South America. C. The newspapers said it wasn't a problem. D. The disease was thought to have gone away. 5. A. Doctors. B. A lack of concern. C. Food. D. Travel. Questions 6 to 10 are based on the same passage or dialog. 6. A. The man's flights in space. B. The man's discoveries in space. C. America's space program. D. America's disasters. 7. A. 30. B. 3. C. 27. D. 2. 8. A. The man lost faith in the space program. B. The man reduced the number of space flights.
C. The space program has had many accidents. D. The Challenger is the name of a spacecraft. 9. A. Space flights were stopped for two years. B. The space program wasn't the same. C. The space program was reduced. D. People lost faith. 10 A. It should be stopped. B. It should be reduced. C. It costs too much. D. It has a good future. Questions 11 to 15 are based on the same passage or dialog.
11 A. Brother and sister. B. Father and daughter. C. Mother and son. D. Husband and wife. 12 A. The 14th. B. The 16th. C. The 15th. D. The 13th. 13 A. He heard from his mother. B. He read the newspaper. C. He was told by his father. D. He read the woman's article. 14 A. The importance of Valentine's Day to the man. B. The loving things that couples do for each other. C. Special places that they could go tonight. D. The history of Valentine's Day. 15 A. To go to the park.
B. To dance. C. To see a movie. D. To eat dinner.
Part 3 Understanding Passages
(每小题：3 分) Directions: In this section you'll hear a passage or passages. Listen carefully and choose the best answer to the questions you hear. Questions 1 to 5 are based on the same passage or dialog.
A. A storm. B. A plane disappearance. C. A flight to Alaska. D. The military.
2. A. To help a friend get elected. B. To search for a lost friend. C. To see Blue Mountain Pass. D. To become re-elected. 3. A. They would never want to stop the search. B. They would eventually find Penn. C. They would feel tired. D. They would conduct a professional search. 4. A. Penn's plane entering Blue Mountain Pass. B. A severe storm on the day of the flight. C. The radio from Penn's plane. D. The largest search in Alaska's history. 5. A. 325,000. B. 39. C. 3,600. D. 55. Questions 6 to 10 are based on the same passage or dialog.
6. A. New York and Washington D.C. B. The effects of a terrorist attack. C. The modern global society. D. The American media. 7. A. The September 11 attacks left an impact greater than any other event on the US. B. Defense and security agencies were created to confront terrorism. C. Terrorism has a greater impact outside of the country in which it happens. D. The terrorist attacks of September 11 were more terrible than any other. 8. A. Because we all live in a global society. B. Because responses extend around the world. C. Because the public has been put into action. D. Because the events are horrific. 9. A. Media services. B. The United States. C. The global society. D. Security organizations. 10 A. The United States to defend the world. B. More friendly contact and help between nations. C. Impact on the United States and the world. D. A modern age of civilization. Questions 11 to 15 are based on the same passage or dialog. 11 A. American ceremonies. B. American traditions. C. Weddings in the US. D. Marriages in America. 12
A. Because of the church. B. Because it is beautiful. C. Because she rarely changes. D. Because of tradition. 13 A. The audience. B. The bride. C. The minister. D. His friends. 14 A. Eat some wedding cake. B. Give each other a ring. C. Throw some flowers. D. Promise to love each other. 15 A. To their vehicle. B. To a place for a vacation. C. To the wedding reception. D. To a celebration for their marriage.
Part 4 Compound Dictation
(每小题：2 分) Directions: In this section you will hear a passage or passages 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 with the information you have just heard. Finally, when the passage is read for the third time, you should check what you have written.
Questions 1 to 10 are based on the same passage or dialog. Dreams have always held a universal fascination. Some (1)
primitive societies believe that the soul leaves the body
and visits the scene of the dream. Generally, however, dreams are accepted to be (2) (3) waking
have much in common with daydreams-the fantasies of our life. When dreaming, however, one (4) tends , illogical and to believe fully in the reality of the dream world. In spite of that fact dreams might be (5) inconsistent
odd. Dream activity may be caused by (6) external influences. "Hard-breathing" dreams are connected with the breathing difficulties of a heavy cold, for instance. Internal disorders (失调) such as poor digestion can cause vivid dreams. And dreams of racing fire-engines may be caused by (7) the
ringing of an alarm bell. (8). Experiments have been carried out to investigate the connection between deliberately inflicted pain and dreaming. For example, a sleeper with a small knife
wound perhaps dreams of fighting a battle and receiving a severe sword wound. Although the dream is stimulated by physical discomfort, the actual events of the dream (9).
depend on the associations of the discomfort in the mind of the sleepping
People differ greatly in their claims to dreaming. (10).
Some say they dream every night, others only very occasionally Some immediately forget dreams and others
have good recall.