第四部分 外语运用能力测试（英语）（50 题，每题2 分，满分100 分）（答案仅供参考）
Part One Vocabulary and Structure
There are ten incomplete sentences in this part.For each sentences there are four choices marked A,B,C and D.Choose the one that best completes sentence.Mark your answer on the ANSWER SHEET with a single line though the center.
1.To speed ____A____ your entry,please bring your Admission Card with you.
2.More thunderstorms ____C____ in summer than any other time of the year.
A.happened B.have happened
C.happen D.will happen
3.Experts say the space rock is probably ____D____ more than U.S.$30，000.
4.Susan will come to watch him ____B____ at Wimbledon this week.
C.to play D.playing
5.Children don't ___B_____ understand what are reciting,but gradually it will have in impact on thinking.
C.to play D.playing
6.Every year,thousands of college students apply for the CCTV Cup English Speech ____D____.
7.___B_____ shall we forget the day when we received the admission into Harvard University.
A.No time B.Never
C.No sooner D.Nonetheless
8.The newly released movie was ____D____ as to arouse so much sensation among the young people.
A.No time B.Never
C.No sooner D.Nonetheless
9.Today's popular clothing chains ____C____ teenagers,who can be counted upon to change their tastes every 30 days.
A.resort to B.attend to
C.appeal to D.apply to
10.There is going to be ___A_____ time for people to assess whether or not we have made the right decision in this time of urgency.
Part Two Reading Comprehension Directions：
In this part there are three passages and one advertisement,each followed questions or unfinished statements.For each of them,there are four choices marked A,B,C and D.Choose the best one and.Mark your answer on the ANSWER SHEET with a single line though the center.Questions 11—15 are based on the following passage： The first ancient Olympics were held in 776 B.C.The games got their name from Olympia,the Greek city where they took place.Like the summer Olympics of today,the ancient Olympics were held every four years.
Thousands of people from all over the Greek world came to watch.The main stadium held about 45，000 people.We have accounts of visitor and pilgrims setting up tents all around the site. Lisa Cerrato of Tufts University said.
During the first Olympics,there was only one competition—a 200-meter race.But over time the games grew to include wrestling,chariot racing,boxing,and other sports.Women were not allowed to compete,but they had their own separate games.
The ancient athlete became celebrities（名人）,just like today.They often lived the rest of their lives being treated to free dinners. Cerrato said,City-states even tried to steal away each other's athletes by offering them various awards.
The ancient Olympics existed until A.D.393.But the modern Olympics are still going strong.
11.Where did the ancient Greeks hold their first Olympics？
A.In Athens B.In Olympics
C.In a town D.In a state
12.How did researchers know that ancient Greeks rushed to watch the Olympics？
A.Thousands of people came to watch.
B.The main stadium is still not big enough.
C.They have found the related record of events.
D.Many of them were visitor and pilgrims.
13.What did women do since they were not allowed to participate in the Olympics？
A.They stayed at home doing nothing.
B.They organized protests in the city.
C.They had their own games.
D.They set up tents around the site.
14.The ancient athletes must have felt honored when they ___________ .
A.completed in a 200-meter race.
B.wrestled with each other
C.read the accounts of the games
D.received the treatment of free dinners
15.It can be inferred from the fourth paragraph that __________ .
A.the ancient athletes liked to celebrate their victories
B.free dinners were offered during the competition
C.city-states competed with each other to win the Olympics
D.awards were often stolen to honor the athletes
Questions 16—20 are based on the following passage：
Why are mobiles so popular？Because people love to talk to each other.And it is easier with a mobile phone.In countries like Russia and China,people use mobile phone in places where there is no ordinary telephone.Business people use mobiles when they're traveling.In some
countries,like Japan,many people use their mobile phones to send e-mail message and access the Internet.They use a new kind of mobile phone called i-mode。You can even use a mobile phone listen to music.
Mobile phones are very fashionable with teenagers.Parents buy mobile phones for their children.They can call home if they are in trouble and need help.So they feel safer.But teenagers mostly use them to keep in touch with their friends or play simple computer games.It's cool to be the owner of a small expensive mobile.Research shows that teenage owners of mobile phone smoke less.Parents and schools are happy that teenagers are safer and smoke less.
But many people dislike them.They hate it when the businessman opposite them on the train has a loud conversation on his phone.Or when mobile phones ring in a café or restaurant.But there is a much more serious problem.It's possible that mobile phone can heat up the brain because we hold the phone so closed to our bead.Scientists fear that mobiles can perhaps be bad for your memory and even give you cancer.
16.Mobile are popular among people because _______
A.they think mobile are fun
B.they believe mobile are safe
C.they love to listen to music
D.they feel it easier to talk to each other
17.It is stated in the passage that Russia and China _______ .
A.ordinary telephone service is available everywhere
B.people prefer mobile phone to ordinary telephones
C.mobile are used in places without ordinary telephone
D.people use mobiles to send e-mail and access the Internet
18.Parents buy mobile phone for their children because ________ .
A.mobile phone are very fashionable with teenagers
B.they can call home if they are in trouble and need help
C.they can use mobile to play simple computer games
D.mobile phone enable teenagers to give up smoking
19.Why can mobile phone be a much more serious problem？
A.Because people hate the businessmen using mobile in public places.
B.Because of use of mobile phones can be physically harmful.
C.Because there is strong evidence for the problems of mobiles.
D.Because people feel their privacy unprotected in a café or restaurant.
20.Which of the following can be the title of this passage？
A.Why Are Mobile So Popular？
B.Mobiles—Useful or Useless
C.Mobile—A Danger to health？
D.Why Do We Design Mobile？
Questions 21—25 are based on the following passage：
At the International Snow Sculpture Championships in Colorado on January 27,people will carve the white stuff into art.Planning begins months before the first snow falls.Teams submit applications and sketches of their sculptures in July.Then,a panel of judges choose 14 teams for the championship.
The rules are simple：Electric tools are not allowed.Teams carve snow with everything but the results are not entirely in the sculptors' hands if it is extremely sunny and warm. DeWall,the competition's director of public relations,explained,we will erect old sail from sail boats into the air to block the sun from melting the sculptures. If it snows,she continued,teams have to work extra hard to scrape（刮掉） the new snow off their work……
The judges look for creativity,technical skill,and overall impact on the viewer.The winner does not receive any money.There is no cash prize because the event began with the concept of global camaraderie（情谊）。 DeWall explained.Instead of focusing on money,she continued，winners revel（纵情） in the friendship,the art,and the hard work.
21.What does the phrase white stuff in the first paragraph refer to ？
22.What do people start to plan for the Championships？
A.After the first snow fall in Colorado.
B.Once they submit their applications.
C.Before their sculptures are sketched
D.As soon as the judges have chosen the teams.
23.The sculptors cannot control the result because ________ .
A.it is extremely and warm
B.it shine and/or snows
C.the sun melts their sculptures
D.old sails are raised into the air
24.What is the viewer's role in the championships？
A.Sculptors like to work together with them.
B.Judges consider their responses as choosing the winner.
C.Viewers watch and help to product the sculptures.
D.The organizers rate their involvement and enthusiasm.
25.The winners enjoy all of the following EXCEPT ________ .
A.the cash prize B.the friendship
C.the art D.the hard work
26.Which of the following is NOT shown above？
A.Job title B.Annual payment
C.Ad source D.Job description
27.Based on what you read,the ad is intended for the __________ .
A.recruitment B.product promotion
C.banking service D.banking reform
28.New staff are needed because of _______ .
A.the opening of the new branches
B.the updating of the banking service
C.the retirement of the experienced staff
D.the lack of excellent management
29.Which of the following is NOT mentioned in the ad？
A.Branch managers B.Tellers
C.Customer Service Reps D.Sale managers
30.Qualified candidates are expected to _________ .
A.e-mail their resumes to
B.visit Doral Bank in New York in person
C.call 212-329-3745 for more information
D.visit for a interview
Part Three Cloze
There are ten blanks in the following passage.For each numbered blank,there are four choices marked A,B,C and D.Choose the best one and.Mark your answer on the ANSWER SHEET with a single line though the center.
Double Income and No Kids （DINK） becomes fashionable in China.The DINK couples are usually regarded as those who have higher educations and __31__ careers with higher incomes.The increase in DINK families has shattered the Chinese traditional idea of the family and __32__ typical.
A survey conducted recently in Beijing by a market survey company __33__ that about 3.3 percent of 1,300 surveyed families in Beijing said they have __34__ plans to have children.It is estimated there are about 600,000 DINK families in large cities like Beijing,Tianjin,Shanghai,and Chongqing.
Why they choose such a lifestyle is concluded in __35__ reasons.Some are showing great worry for the rapid growth of population； some are indulged in building a more well-off family；
some are showing sharp __36__ to get themselves free from the obligation of raising children.__37__,most people still believe it is necessary to bear a child to keep the family line on.As an old Chinese saying goes,there are three aspects in failing to be a filial son and the __38__ serious one is to have no heir for the family.So childless couples will suffer discrimination __39__ family members and neighbors.
But it is clear that the new tide of ideas has come,which suggests young people __40__ to choose their own way of life.They are installing modern ideas into traditional families and society.In the modernization process,personal choices will be highly respected.
31.A.stable B.available C.achievable D.liable
32.A.had become B.may become C.became D.becomes
33.A.directed B.induced C.indicated D.dictated
34.A.no B.not C.hardly D.scarcely
35.A.elegant B.abundant C.similar D.various
36.A.tension B.attention C.intention D.interaction
37.A.Moreover B.However C.According D.Generally
38.A.most B.more C.latest D.less
39.A.into B.to C.at D.from
40.A.wanted B.should want C.want D.had wanted
Part Four Dialogue Completion
In this part,there are ten short incomplete dialogues between two speakers,each followed by four choices marked A,B,C and D.Choose the one that most appropriately suit the conversational context and best completes the dialogue.Mark your answer on the ANSWER SHEET with a single line through the center.
41.Receptionist： Can I help you？
Customer： _____A____.Where do I pay my fees？
C.As you please
42.Operator： _____C____,May I help you？
David： I'd like to set up a telephone service,please.
D.I'm John Smith
43.Cathleen： Let's take a coffee break,shall we？
Yolanda： ____D____,but I can't.
D.I wish I could
44.Beth： You look a little pale.Are you OK？
Jerry： ____D____,I feel terrible.
A.To speak out
B.To begin with
C.To sum up
D.To tell you the truth
45.Ken： Gee,Martin,I'd love a cup of coffee.
Martin： _____A____,Is instant OK？
D.Sure I do
46.Joanne： Hey,you look concerned._____A___
Harry： The final exam.I'm not fully prepared yet.
A.What's on your mind？
B.What a lovely day ！
C.What has attracted you？
D.What about seeing the doctor？
47.Johnson： I got home very late last night.I hope I didn't disturb you.
Landlady： ____B____ .
A.No,I heard a lot of noise.
B.No,I didn't hear a thing.
C.Yes,I didn't hear any noise.
D.Yes,I didn't hear you.
48.Peter： What's there to do at night.
Clerk： There are clubs,concerts,players and so on._____D___ ！
A.You make it.
B.You find it.
C.You manage it.
D.You name it.
49.Ray： ______A____.Where was I ？
Brenda： You were talking about your trip to South Africa.
A.Let's back up.
B.What did I hear.
C.Let's check in.
D.What were you talking about.
50.Edie： I thinking Professor Holt is smart and she's really good teacher.
Rosa： OK.I'll try to get into her class.
Edie： ____D___ ！
A.You can't miss it.
D.You won't be sorry.