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      Part III Listening Comprehension (35 minutes)

      Section A

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      11.A)He has proved to be a better reader than the woman.
      B)He has difficulty understanding the book.
      C)He cannot get access to the assigned book.
      D)He cannot finish his assignment before the deadline.

      12.A)She will drive the man to the supermarket.
      B)The man should buy a car of his own.
      C)The man needn’t go shopping every week.
      D)She can pick the man up at the grocery store.

      13.A)Get more food and drinks.
      B)Ask his friend to come over.
      C)Tidy up the place.

      D)Hold a party.

      14.A)The talks can be held any day except this Friday.
      B)He could change his schedule to meet John Smith.
      C)The first-round talks should start as soon as possible.
      D)The woman should contact John Smith first.

      15.A)He understands the woman’s feelings.
      B)He has gone through a similar experience.
      C)The woman should have gone on the field trip.
      D)The teacher is just following the regulations.

      16.A)She will meet the man halfway.
      B)She will ask David to talk less.
      C)She is sorry the man will not come.
      D)She has to invite David to the party.

      17.A)Few students understand Prof. Johnson’s lectures.
      B)Few students meet Prof. Johnson’s requirements.
      C)Many students find Prof. Johnson’s lectures boring.
      D)Many students have dropped Prof. Johnson’s class.

      18.A)Check their computer files.
      B)Study a computer program.
      C)Make some computations.
      D)Assemble a computer.

      Questions 19 to 22 are based on the conversation you have just heard.

      19.A)It allows him to make a lot of friends.
      B)It requires him to work long hours.
      C)It enables him to apply theory to practice.
      D)It helps him understand people better.

      20.A)It is intellectually challenging.
      B)It requires him to do washing-up all the time.
      C)It exposes him to oily smoke all day long.
      D)It demands physical endurance and patience.

      21.A)In a hospital.
      B)At a coffee shop.
      C)At a laundry.
      D)In a hotel.

      22.A)Getting along well with colleagues.
      B)Paying attention to every detail.
      C)Planning everything in advance.
      D)Knowing the needs of customers.

      Questions 23 to 25 are based on the conversation you have just heard.

      23.A)The pocket money British children get.(B和其他三項不搭,可以排除)
      B)The annual inflation rate in Britain.
      C)The things British children spend money on.
      D)The rising cost of raising a child in Britain.

      24.A)It enables children to live better.
      B)It goes down during economic recession.
      C)It often rises higher than inflation.
      D)It has gone up 25% in the past decade.

      25.A)Save up for their future education.
      B)Pay for small personal things.
      C)Buy their own shoes and socks.
      D)Make donations when necessary.

      Section B

      Passage One
      Questions 26 to 29 are based on the passage you have just heard.

      26.A)District managers.
      B)Regular customers.
      C)Sales directors.
      D)Senior clerks.

      27.A)The support provided by the regular clients.
      B)The initiative shown by the sales representatives.
      C)The urgency of implementing the company’s plans.
      D)The important part played by district managers.

      28.A)Some of them were political-minded.
      B)Fifty percent of them were female.
      C)One third of them were senior managers.
      D)Most of them were rather conservative.

      29.A)He used too many quotations.
      B)He was not gender sensitive.
      C)He did not keep to the point.
      D)He spent too much time on details.

      Passage Two
      Questions 30 to 32 are based on the passage you have just heard.

      30.A)State your problem to the head waiter.
      B)Demand a discount on the dishes ordered.
      C)Ask to see the manager politely but firmly.
      D)Ask the name of the person waiting on you.

      31.A)Your problem may not be understood correctly.
      B)You don’t know if you are complaining at the right time.
      C)Your complaint may not reach the person in charge.
      D)You can’t tell how the person on the line is reacting.

      32.A)Demand a prompt response.
      B)Provide all the details.
      C)Send it by express mail.
      D)Stick to the point.

      Passage Three
      Questions 33 to 35 are based on the passage you have just heard.

      33.A)Fashion designer.
      C)City planner.

      34.A)Do some volunteer work.
      B)Work flexible hours.
      C)Get a well-paid part-time job.
      D)Go back to her previous post.

      35.A)Few baby-sitters can be considered trustworthy.
      B)It will add to the family’s financial burden.
      C)A baby-sitter is no replacement for a mother.
      D)The children won’t get along with a baby-sitter.

      Section C

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