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2001年英语专业四级考试试题及答案

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PartⅢLISTENINGCOMPREHENSION[MINTESTFORENGLISHMAJORS()GRADEFOURTIMELIMIT:MINPARTⅠ WRITING MIN  SECTIONACOMPOSITIONMINTravelhasbecomepartofourlifeAndmoreandmoreofushavecometoknowthesignificanceoftravelthroughourownexperienceWriteonANSWERSHEETONEacompositionofaboutwordsonthefollowingtopic:TRAVELBROADENSTHEMINDYouaretowriteinthreepartsInthefirstpart,statewhatthetopicactuallymeanstoyouInthesecondpart,giveoneortwoexamplestoillustrateyourideasInthelastpart,bringwhatyouhavewrittentoanaturalconclusionorasummaryMarkswillbeawardedforcontent,organization,grammarandappropriatenessFailuretofollowtheinstructionsmayresultinalossofmarksSECTIONBNOTEWRITINGMINWriteonANSWERSHEETONEanoteofaboutwordsbasedonthefollowingsituation:Yesterdayyoufailedtoturnupfortheappointmentwithyourteacher,ProfessorWangWritehimanoteofapologyandmakearequestforanothermeetingYoushouldalsosuggestthetimefortherequestedmeetingMarkswillbeawardedforcontent,organization,grammarandappropriatenessPARTⅡDICTATIONMINListentothefollowingpassageAltogetherthepassagewillbereadtoyoufourtimes:Duringthefirstreading,whichwillbereadatnormalspeed,listenandtrytounderstandthemeaningForthesecondandthirdreadings,thepassagewillbereadsentencebysentence,orphrasebyphrase,withintervalsofsecondsThelastreadingwillbereadatnormalspeedagainandduringthistimeyoushouldcheckyourworkYouwillthenbegivenminutestocheckthroughyourworkoncemorePleasewritethewholepassageonANSWERSHEETTWOPartⅢLISTENINGCOMPREHENSION[MIN]InSectionsA,BandC,youwillheareverythingonceonlyListencarefullyandthenanswerthequestionsthatfollowMarkthecorrectanswertoeachquestiononyouranswersheetSECTIONASTATEMENTInthissectionyouwillhearninestatementsAttheendofeachstatementyouwillbegivensecondstoanswerthequestionThespeakerlikesteachingbecauseofA)itsinterestingnatureC)contactwiththeyoungB)thegoodsalariesD)moresummerholidaysWhatdoesthespeakermeanA)BadlivingconditionsareduetothepoorcityB)BadplanningisresponsibleforpoorlivingconditionsC)LivingconditionsarebadbecausethecityistoobigD)SmallcitieshavebetterlivingconditionsthanlargeonesWhatdoesthestatementmeanA)ManypeopleareconcernedabouttheirsecurityB)SocialsecuritybearsnorelationtopopulationC)MostsocialsecurityproblemsarecausedbyafewpeopleD)ToomanypeoplemayresultinsocialsecurityproblemsPassengersmustcheckintoboardFlightbyA):amB):amC):amD):amThespeakerisprobablya(n)A)insuranceagentB)firemanC)salesmanD)policemanThespeakerthinksthatA)IanachievedalotasanathleteB)Ian'sblindeyepreventedhimfromathleticsC)Ian’ssuccessdependedonhischildhoodexperienceD)IantrainedsohardinathleticsastoloseoneeyeMrsClarkisworriedaboutherA)husband'shealthB)husband'sworkC)husband'sillnessD)ownhealthTherelationshipbetweenSusanandJennyisA)neutralB)friendlyC)unclearD)strainedWhatdowelearnaboutJackA)HeiswellknownforhardworkB)HeisprettybusyworkingC)HehasoverworkedandhurthissightD)Hedoesn'tliketohavedinnerwithusSECTIONBCONVERSATIONInthissection,youwillhearnineshortconversationsbetweentwospeakersAttheendofeachconversationyouwillbegivensecondstoanswerthequestion​ WhataretheymainlytalkingaboutA)GraduationdateB)VacationplansC)SchoolcoursesD)Jobhunting​ TheconversationprobablytakesplaceinA)alibraryB)abookstoreC)theclassroomD)adepartmentstore​ TherelationshipbetweenthetwospeakersisprobablyA)manandwifeB)lawyerandclientC)customerandwaitressD)colleagues​ Wecaninferfromtheconversationthatthemanisa(n)A)plumberB)constructionworkerC)officeboyD)porter​ WhatwillthemanprobablydonextA)TurnoffthetaperecorderB)TurnupthetaperecorderC)CallthedoctorD)Continuetoplay​ HowdoesLisafeelaboutherworkA)SatisfiedB)FrustratedC)AnnoyedD)Confident​ ThewomanisgoingtotheA)libraryB)theatreC)researchinstituteD)laboratory​ JacksonchangedhisjobbecauseheA)​ hurthimselfduringhisworkB)​ wasnotsatisfiedwithhisplayC)​ wantedtoworkharderD)​ foundthejobtoohard​ WhatdoesthewomansayaboutthefilmA)​ ItishardtopronouncethenameB)​ ItisnotgoingtobewellreceivedC)​ ShehastemporarilyforgottenitsnameD)​ ShehasneverheardofthenameSECTIONCNEWSBROADCASTQuestionsandarebasedonthefollowingnewsAttheendofthenewsitem,youwillbegivensecondstoanswerthequestionNowlistentothenewsNigeriareturnedtotheCommonwealthafterA)shehadsentencedminorityrightsactiviststodeathB)themilitaryhadresumedcontrolofthecountryC)powerhadbeenhandedovertoanelectedpresidentD)shehadnegotiatedwithCommonwealthleadersTheCommonwealthconsistsofcountrieswhichwereformerBritishcoloniesA)B)C)D)QuestionsandarebasedonthefollowingnewsAttheendofthenewsitem,youwillbegivensecondstoanswerthequestionNowlistentothenewsThespaceshuttleDiscoverycompletedamissionupontotheKennedySpaceCentreA)dayB)dayC)dayD)dayWhenthespacecraftwasgoingtoland,A)itproducedalotofnoiseB)therewerescatteredshowersC)peoplecouldseeithighintheskyD)peoplecouldneitherseenorhearitQuestionsandarebasedonthefollowingnewsAttheendofthenewsitem,youwillbegivensecondtoanswerthequestionNowlistentothenewsHowmanypeoplediedduringthecollisionA)TwoB)EighteenC)ThreeD)FiveThreeAlbanianswerearrestedforA)attackingthepatrolboatB)smugglinginrefugeesC)causingtheaccidentD)injuringrefugeesQuestionisbasedonthefollowingnewsAttheendofthenewsitem,youwillbegivensecondstoanswerthequestionNowlistentothenewsThenewsitemismainlyaboutA)effortstosalvageSunVistaB)negotiationwiththeship'sownerC)threatsSunVistaposestopassingshipsD)anewspaper'scommentonSunVistaPARTⅣCLOZEMINDecidewhichofthechoicesgivenbelowwouldbestcompletethepassageifinsertedinthecorrespondingblanksMarkthebestchoiceforeachblankonyouranswersheet  Thetranslatormusthaveanexcellent,uptodateknowledgeofhissourcelanguages,fullfacilityinthehandlingofhistargetlanguage,whichwillbehismothertongueorlanguageofhabitual()andaknowledgeandunderstandingofthelatestsubjectmatterinhisfieldofspecialization  Thisis,asitwere,hisprofessionalequipment()this,itisdesirablethatheshouldhaveaninquiringmind,wideinterests,agoodmemoryandtheabilitytograspquicklythebasicprinciplesofnewdevelopmentsHeshouldbewillingtowork()isown,oftenathighspeeds,butshouldbehumbleenoughtoconsultothers()hisownknowledgenotalwaysproveadequatetothetaskinhandHeshouldbeabletotypefairlyquicklyandaccuratelyand,ifheisworkingmainlyforpublication,shouldhavemorethananodding()withprintingtechniquesandproofreadingIfheisworkingbasicallyasaninformationtranslator,letussay,foranindustrialfirm,heshouldhavetheflexibilityofmindtoenablehimto()rapidlyfromonesourcelanguagetoanother,aswellasfromonesubjectmattertoanother,sincethisabilityisfrequently()ofhiminsuchworkBearinginmindthenatureofthetranslator'swork,ietheprocessingofthewrittenword,itis,strictlyspeaking,()thatheshouldbeabletospeakthelanguageheisdealingwithIfhedoesspeakthem,itisanadvantage()ahindrance,butthisskillisinmanywaysaluxurythathecan()withItis,(),desirablethatheshouldhaveanapproximateideaaboutthepronunciationofhissourcelanguagesevenifthisisrestrictedto()howpropernamesandplacenamesarepronouncedThesame()toanabilitytowritehissourcelanguagesIfhecan,wellandgoodifhecannot,itdoesnot()Therearemanyotherskillsand()thataredesirableinatranslator​ A)applicationB)useC)utilityD)usage​ A)MorethanB)ExceptforC)BecauseofD)Inadditionto​ A)ofB)byC)forD)on​ ​ A)shouldB)whenC)becauseD)if​ ​ A)familiarityB)acquaintanceC)knowledgeD)skill​ ​ A)changeB)transformC)turnD)switch​ ​ A)lackedB)requiredC)facedD)confronted​ ​ A)essentialB)unnecessaryC)advantageousD)useless​ ​ A)overB)despiteC)ratherthanD)instead​ ​ A)dealB)concernC)workD)doaway​ ​ A)howeverB)accordinglyC)consequentlyD)thus​ A)knowingB)havingknownC)knowD)haveknown​ ​ A)refersB)comesC)appliesD)amounts​ ​ A)matterB)mindC)harmD)work​ ​ A)characteristicsB)qualitiesC)distinctionsD)featuresPARTⅤGRAMMARANDVOCABULARY MINTherearetwentyfiveitemsinthissectionBeneatheachsentencetherearefourwordsorphrasesmarkedA,B,CandDChooseonethatbestcompletesthesentenceMarkyouranswersonyouranswersheetIcan'tgoforonething,Ihavenomoney,andIhavetoomuchworkA)what'smoreB)aswellC)foranotherD)inadditionEvenasagirl,tobeherlife,andtheateraudiencesweretobeherbestteacher  A)performingbyMelissawere  B)itwasknownthatMelissa'sperformanceswere  C)knowingthatMelissa'sperformanceswere  D)Melissaknewthatperformingwashimtomorrow  A)WhynottocallonB)Whydon'tcallonC)WhynotcallingonD)WhynotcallonThereisnodoubtthecompanyhasmadetherightdecisiononthesalesprojectA)whyB)thatC)whetherD)whenIntellectistothemindsightistothebodyA)whatB)asC)thatD)likeIsympathize,Ican'treallydoverymuchtohelpthemoutofthedifficultiesA)AslongasB)AsC)WhileD)EvenThepatient'sprogresswasveryencouragingashecouldgetoutofbedwithouthelpA)nearlyB)hardlyC)merelyD)barelyHewastotellthetrutheventohisclosestfriendA)toomuchofacowardB)toomuchthecowardC)acowardenoughD)enoughofacowardBarryhadanadvantageoverhismotherhecouldspeakFrenchA)sincethatB)inthatC)atthatD)sothatYouneedn'tworryregardsthecostoftheoperationA)withB)whichC)asD)aboutisnotaseriousdisadvantageinlifeA)TobenottallB)NottobetallC)BeingnottallD)NotbeingtallDuringthefamine,manypeopleweretogoingwithoutfoodfordaysA)sunkB)reducedC)forcedDdeclinedThecomputercanbeprogrammedtoawholevarietyoftasksA)assignB)tackleC)realizeD)solveTheteam'seffortstoscorewerebytheopposinggoalkeeperA)frustratedB)preventedC)discouragedD)accomplishedIonlyknowthemanbybutIhaveneverspokentohimA)chanceB)heartC)sightD)experienceBeingcolorblind,Sallycan'tmakeabetweenredandgreenA)differenceB)distinctionC)comparisonDdivisionYoumustinsistthatstudentsgiveatruthfulanswerwiththerealityoftheirworldA)relevantB)simultaneousC)consistentD)practicalInordertoraisemoney,AuntNicolahadtowithsomeofhermosttreasuredpossessionsA)divideB)separateC)partD)abandonThecarwasingoodworkingwhenIboughtitafewmonthsagoA)orderB)formC)stateD)circumstanceThecustomerexpressedherforthatbroadhatA)disapprovalC)dissatisfactionB)distasteD)dismayInordertorepairbarns,buildfence,growcrops,andcareforanimalsafarmermustindeedbeA)restlessB)skilledC)strongD)versatileHisexpenditureonholidaysandluxuriesisratherhighintohisincomeA)comparisonC)associationB)proportionD)calculationAlthoughhehasbecomerich,heisstillveryofhismoneyA)economicB)thriftyC)frugalD)carefulAsthemanagerwasawayonabusinesstrip,IwasaskedtotheweeklystaffmeetingA)presideB)introduceC)chairD)dominateTheofthewordisunknown,butitiscertainlynotfromGreekA)originB)generationC)descentD)causePARTⅥ READINGCOMPREHENSION MINSECTIONAREADINGCOMPREHENSION MINInthissectiontherearefourpassagesfollowedbyquestionsorunfinishedstatements,eachwithfoursuggestedanswersmarkedA,B,CandDChoosetheonethatyouthinkisthebestanswerMarkyouranswersonyouranswersheet  TEXTA  ThetrainclatteredoverpointsandpassedthroughastationThenitbegansuddenlytoslowdown,presumablyinobediencetoasignalForsomeminutesitcrawledalong,thenstoppedpresentlyitbegantomoveforwardagainAnotheruptrainpassedthem,thoughwithlessvehemencethanthefirstoneThetraingatheredspeedagainAtthatmomentanothertrain,alsoonadownline,swervedinwardstowardsthem,foramomentwithalmostalarmingeffectForatime,thetwotrainsranparallel,now,onegainingalittle,nowtheotherMrsMcGillicuddylookedfromherwindowthroughthewindowoftheparallelcarriagesMostoftheblindsweredown,butoccasionallytheoccupantsofthecarriageswerevisibleTheothertrainwasnotveryfullandthereweremanyemptycarriages  Atthemomentwhenthetwotrainsgavetheillusionofbeingstationary,ablindinoneofthecarriagesflewupwithasnapMrsMcGillicuddylookedintothelightedfirstclasscarriagethatwasonlyafewfeetaway  Thenshedrewherbreathinwithagaspandhalfrosetoherfeet  StandingwithhisbacktothewindowandtoherwasamanHishandswereroundthethroatofawomanwhofacedhim,andhewasslowly,remorselessly,stranglingherHereyeswerestartingfromtheirsockets,herfacewaspurpleAsMrsMcGillicuddywatched,fascinated,theendcamethebodywentlimpandcrumpledintheman'shands  Atthesamemoment,MrsMcGillicuddy'strainsloweddownagainandtheotherbegantogainspeedItpassedforwardandamomentortwolaterithadvanishedfromsight  AlmostautomaticallyMrsMcGillicuddy'shandwentuptothecommunicationcord,thenpaused,irresoluteAfterall,whatusewoulditberingingthecordofthetraininwhichshewastravelingThehorrorofwhatshehadseenatsuchclosequarters,andtheunusualcircumstances,madeherfeelparalyzedSomeimmediateactionwasnecessary,butwhat  Thedoorofhercompartmentwasdrawnbackandaticketcollectorsaid,"Ticket,please"WhenMrsMcGuillicuddy'strainpassedthroughastation,itA)gainedspeedsuddenlyB)keptitsusualspeedC)changeditsspeedD)stoppedimmediatelyMrsMcGuillicuddyseemstobea(an)personA)observantB)interestedC)nosyD)nervousWhatshesawintheparalleltrainmadeherfeelA)excitedB)anxiousC)worriedD)horrifiedShedidn'tringthecommunicationcordimmediatelybecauseA)shewasverymuchafraidB)therewasnopointofdoingsoC)shewastooshockedtomoveDtheticketcollectorcameinTEXTBIamoneofthemanycitypeoplewhoarealwayssayingthatgiventhechoicewewouldprefertoliveinthecountryawayfromthedirtandnoiseofalargecityIhavemanagedtoconvincemyselfthatifitweren'tformyjobIwouldimmediatelyheadoutfortheopenspacesandgobacktonatureinsomesleepyvillageburiedinthecountyButhowrealisticisthedream  CitiescanbefrighteningplacesThemajorityofthepopulationlivesinmassivetowerblocks,noisy,dirtyandimpersonalThesenseofbelongingtoacommunitytendstodisappearwhenyoulivefifteenfloorsupAllyoucanseefromyourwindowissky,orotherblocksoffiatsChildrenbecomeaggressiveandnervouscoopedupathomeallday,withnowheretoplaytheirmothersfeelisolatedfromtherestoftheworldStrangelyenough,whereasinthepasttheinhabitantsofonestreetallkneweachother,nowadayspeopleonthesamefloorintowerblocksdon'tevensayhellotoeachother  Countrylife,ontheotherhand,differsfromthiskindofisolatedexistenceinthatasenseofcommunitygenerallybindstheinhabitantsofsmallvillagestogetherPeoplehavetheadvantageofknowingthatthereisalwayssomeonetoturntowhentheyneedhelpButcountrylifehasdisadvantagestooWhileitistruethatyoumaybeamongfriendsinavillage,itisalsotruethatyouarecutofffromtheexcitingandimportanteventsthattakeplaceincitiesThere'slittlepossibilityofgoingtoanewshoworthelatestmovieShoppingbecomesamajorproblem,andforanythingslightlyoutoftheordinaryyouhavetogoonanexpeditiontothenearestlargetownThecitydwellerwholeavesforthecountryisoftenoppressedbyasenseofunbearablestillnessandquiet  What,then,istheanswerThecountryhastheadvantageofpeaceandquiet,butsuffersfromthedisadvantageofbeingcutoff:thecitybreedsafeelingofisolation,andconstantnoisebattersthesensesButoneofitsmainadvantagesisthatyouareatthecentreofthings,andthatlifedoesn'tcometoanendathalfpastnineatnightSomepeoplehavefound(orratherbought)acompromisebetweenthetwo:theyhaveexpressedtheirpreferenceforthe"quietlife"byleavingthesuburbsandmovingtovillageswithincommutingdistanceoflargecitiesTheygenerallyhaveaboutasmuchsensitivityastheplasticflowerstheyleavebehindtheyarepollutedwithstrangeideasaboutchangeandimprovementwhichtheyforceontotheunwillingoriginalinhabitantsofthevillages  Whatthenofmydreamsofleaningonacottagegateandmurmuring"morning"tothelocalsastheypassbyI'mkeenontheidea,butyouseethere'smycat,TobyI'mnotatallsurethathewouldtaketoallthatfreshairandexerciseinthelonggrassImean,canyouseehimmixingwithallthoseheartymalesdownthefarmNo,hewouldratherhavetheelectricimitationcoalfireanyevening WegettheimpressionfromthefirstparagraphthattheauthorA)usedtoliveinthecountryB)usedtoworkinthecityC)worksinthecityD)livesinthecountryIntheauthor'sopinion,thefollowingmaycausecitypeopletobeunhappyEXCEPTA)astrongsenseoffearB)lackofcommunicationC)housingconditionsD)asenseofisolationThepassageimpliesthatitiseasytobuy'thefollowingthingsinthecountryEXCEPTA)dailynecessitiesB)freshfruitsC)designerclothesD)freshvegetablesAccordingtothepassage,whichofthefollowingadjectivesbestdescribesthosepeoplewhoworkinlargecitiesandliveinvillagesA)OriginalB)QuietC)ArrogantD)InsensitiveDoyouthinktheauthorwillmovetothecountryA)Yes,hew

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