2004 年全国大学生英语竞赛样题 全国大学生英语竞赛组织委员会办公室 提 供 Part I Listening Comprehension (30 minutes, 30 points) (注:听力部分仅提供样题,无听力录音) 注 听力部分仅提供样题,无听力录音 Section A Dialogues (10 points) Directions: In this section, you will hear 10 short dialogues. At the end of each dialogue, a question will be asked about what was said. Both the dialogue and the question will be read only once. After each question there will be a pause. During the pause, you must read the four choices marked A, B, C and D, and decide which is the best answer. Then mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the centre.
  1. A. She has to return a book. B. She is supposed to meet a friend. C. She needs reference material. D. She wants to borrow several books.
  2. A. In the main building. B. On the eighth floor. C. In the president's office. D. At the Tenth Street Hotel.
  3. A. It's too old. B. It's out of ink. C. It needs replacing. D. Never mentioned.
  4. A. More than one hour. B. 15 minutes. C. 35 minutes. D. 20 minutes.
  5. A. For his art work. B. For his writing. C. For his hard-work.
D. For rescuing service.
  6. A. It was robbed. B. It had to be closed. C. It was destroyed by fire. D. It has been repaired.
  7. A. In ten minutes. B. In forty minutes. C. In fifteen minutes. D. In thirty minutes.
  8. A. The woman is wrong. B. He is in a bad mood. C. His side hurts. D. His bed is in poor condition.
  9. A. Trading. B. Travel. C. Computering. D. Accounting.
  10. A. Qualifications. B. Educational Achievements. C. Certificates. D. Hobbies. Section B News Items (10 points)
Directions: In this section, you will hear 10 pieces of short news from BBC or VOA. After each news and question, there will be a pause. During the pause, you must read the three choices marked A, B and C, and decide which is the best answer. Then mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the centre.
  11. A. At least
  70. B. At least
  17. C. At least
  7.
  12. A. Movie industry.
B. Animation industry. C. Food industry.
  13. A. 15, February. B. 14, February. C. 13, February.
  14. A. $150 billion. B. $115 billion. C. $105 billion.
  15. A. Rainy.
  16. A. Three times.
  17. A. Yes. B. Cloudy. B. Twice. B. No. C. Sunny. C. Four times. C. Not mentioned.

  18. A. Best director, best actress and best picture. B. Best picture, best director and best adapted screenplay. C. Best picture, best actress and best adapted screenplay.
  19. A. Shanghai, Guangdong and Beijing. B. Yunnan, Shanghai and Guangdong. C. Shanghai, Tianjin and Beijing.
  20. A. 1
  62. Section C B. 2
  12. C. 1
  55.
Passages (10 points)
Directions: In this section, you will hear 2 passages. At the end of each passage, you will hear 5 questions. After you hear a question, you must choose the best answer from the four choices marked A, B, C and D. Then mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the centre. Passage One Questions 21 to 25 are based on the passage you have just heard.
  21. A. The workers on the underground platforms were replaced by machines. B. It became the first completely automatic railway in the world. C. A completely automatic line was added to its network. D. Its trains became computer-controlled.
  22. A. A platform worker.
B. The command spot. C. A computer. D. A machine.
  23. A. 18
  96. B. 19
  96. C. 19
  69. D. 19
  60.

  24. A. To drive the train after it is started automatically. B. To start the train and to drive it when necessary. C. To take care of the passengers on the train. D. To send commanding signals to the command spot.
  25. A. It will stop automatically. B. It will move on at the same speed. C. It will gradually slow down. D. It will keep a safe distance from the other trains. Passage Two Questions 26 to 30 are based on the passage you have just heard.
  26. A. Alice Walker's reflection on Langston Hughes. B. The influence of Alice Walker on the writing of Langston Hughes. C. Langston Hughes' book about Alice Walker. D. A comparison of the childhood of Alice Walker and Langston Hughes.
  27. A. A research fellow at Spelman College. B. A professor at Sarah Lawrence College. C. A prize winning writer of prose and poetry. D. An author of plays for children.
  28. A. He was cold-blooded. B. He was poverty-stricken. C. He was cowardly. D. He was warm and generous.
  29. A. They make a living by writing. B. They dedicate themselves to teaching. C. They enjoy making friends. D. They study law in their spare time.

  30. A. To become a writer is easy. B. Kindness makes a great impression. C. A poet is bad-tempered. D. Honesty is the best policy. Part II Vocabulary and Structure (10 minutes, 20 points)
Section A Multiple Choice (10 points) Directions:There are 7 incomplete sentences and 3 situational dialogues in this section. For each blank there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. Choose the one that best completes the sentences and dialogues. Then mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the centre.
  31. The daring rescue of those stranded on the mountaintop was truly a deed.Everybody praised this courageous deed. A. creditable B. abnormal C. unbelievable D. credible

  32. Will you at least accept that the weather was nice, which was to be thankful for? A. nothing B. all C. anything D. something

  33. The treasury issued an order stating that land purchased from the government had to be paid for in gold and silver. A. moreover B. henceforth C. whereby D. however

  34. Better child care and education affected a low morbidity and mortality among children. A. will be B. have C. has D. is

  35. If the alarm bell them, the caretakers wouldn't notice the fire and it spread to the locker storage next door. A. arouse; had B. had agitated; wouldn't have C. were awoken; might have D. hadn't woken; would have
  36. Sheila always did well at school having her early education interrupted by illness. A. on account of B. in addition to C. for all that
D. in spite of
  37. We preferred to put the meeting off rather than it without adequate preparation. A. hold B. clutching C. to convoke D. convened

  38. Nancy: Are you doing anything tonight? Anne: Nancy: Well, how about tomorrow? Maybe we could go to a movie. Anne: Hey, that sounds like a great idea! A. No. I have nothing to do tonight. B. Sorry, I'm afraid I'm busy tonight. C. What idea have you got? D. I'm going to my sister's and won't be back till the day after tomorrow.
  39. Bill: Excuse me. Tom: Let me see. Are dimes and quarters OK? Bill: I want to make a long distance phone call. Tom: Then you'll need small change. A. Do you have any money? B. May I borrow your telephone? C. Do you have the time, please? D. Could you give me some change?
  40. Salesperson: Wesley: No. I'm looking for a navy blue raincoat, size
  36. Salesperson: I'm afraid we don't have any left. Wesley: Will you be getting more in? Salesperson: Yes. Try us again next Monday. A. Can I help you? B. What can I do for you? C. Is anyone helping you? D. Do you have a reservation?
Section B
Cloze-Test (10 points)
Directions: There are 10 blanks in the following passage. For each blank there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. Choose the one that best completes the sentence. Then mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the centre. Whenever we need to be informed on current affairs, most of us turn to the news broadcast on television. It is brief, live and most of all presented by 41 journalists who have become true 42 . Behind all this glamour and publicity, though, journalists have a very difficult and demanding job. Most journalists begin working for newspapers, by writing either special feature stories or articles of 43 interest. However, in order to get a story ready, they have to follow a certain procedure. Firstly, research on the story has to be carried out and the information checked. This may involve interviewing people and recording their comments. When all the facts are finally gathered, journalists write the article, which usually needs to 44 by a specific time known as a deadline. After 45 the difficult process of getting the story down on paper, some journalists have to present it to an audience, either on the radio or on television. Those who present the news on television do not only have to worry about their appearance, but they also have to deal with the 46 of what news items to present, as air-time is costly and therefore limited. Presenting both sides of the story is very important because, as we all know, television plays a major role in how we perceive the world around us. Over the years, journalists have served as watchdogs, uncovering 47 as well as exposing irresponsible and immoral public figures. In the 1960s, for instance, journalists covering the Vietnam War presented the actual facts not 48 by the US Government and so turned public opinion against the war. Today, shedding light on the trivial details of famous people's lives sells and therefore dominates the media. This kind of journalism, however, draws people's attention away from the real issues 49 hand. For this reason, agencies such as the Press Complaints Commission in the United Kingdom, have been set up to check what is presented in the media. The press, who are also known as the fourth estate because they are believed to hold the same amount of power that is attributed to the government, judicial system and church, need to respect everyone's personal rights and report accurately and 50 . This allows the public to form their own opinion without bias and therefore leads to a healthy society.
  41. A. qualifying B. qualified
  42. A. celebrities B. certifiers
  43. A. general
  44. A. finished B. special B. terminate C. qualification D. qualificative C. proficients C. uncommon C. end D. experts D. particular D. be completed

  45. A. doing for B. coming out
  46. A. premise
  47. A. gamble B. dilemma B. scandals
C. going through D. looking over C. paradox C. bawdry D. situation D. violence

  48. A. exposed
  49. A. at
  50. A. exactly Part III
B. discovered B. by B. turgidly
C. concealed D. in
D. revealed
C. on
C. untruthfully D. objectively
Word Guessing and IQ Test (5 minutes, 10 points)
Section A Word Guessing (5 points)
  51. Since the results of the experiment were inconsistent with the body of research already completed, the committee considered the results to be anomalous. A. heretical B. convincing
C. questionable D. redundant
  52. Both coffee and tea have beneficial as well as injurious side-effects: while they stimulate the heart and help overcome fatigue, they can also exacerbate insomnia and other nervous disorders. A. aggravate B. prevent C. interrupt D. forestall

  53. Though the concert had been enjoyable, it was overly protracted and three encores seemed gratuitous. A. extensive B. sublime C. prolonged D. inaudible

  54. Given the Secretary of State's antipathy toward the president's foreign policies, he has no choice but to resign. A. support for B. reliance upon C. disgust with D. pretence of

  55. Jazz is an American art form which is now flourishing in Europe through the determined efforts of expatriates in France, Scandin avia, and Germany. A. some musicians B. foreign governments C. famous actors D. foreign residents Section B IQ Test (5 points)

  56. Only one group of five letters below can be arranged to form a five-letter English word. Which group is right? A. TACPU B. LEABO C. TCINA D. LIUDT

  57. In the cross country race: ●Brown came in 22nd;
●Williams came in 31st; ●Jones came in 19th; ●Samuels came in? What position was Samuels in? A.26 B. 20 C. 35 D. 17

  58. By what method is heat transferred from the hotplate to the water?
A. Radiation
B. Conduction
C. Thermal
D. Convection

  59. What number should equal the question mark?
A. 36
B. 32
C. 40
D.12

  60. Which figure completes the sequence?
Part IV Reading Comprehension (25 minutes, 30 points) Directions: In this part there are 5 passages with 30 questions or incomplete statements. Read the passages carefully. Then answer the questions or complete the incomplete statements in the fewest possible words(not exceeding 10 words). Remember to write the answers on the Answer Sheet. Questions 61 to 66 are based on the following passage:
Prices include ●Return British Airways scheduled flights from London ●Two nights in a three-star hotel, with breakfast ●Airport taxes and security charges ●Guidebook The Times, with Leisure Direction, offers readers a choice of two-night breaks to a selection of European cities, from just £179 per person, flying with British Airways from London Gatwick or London Heathrow. You can choose from Barcelona, Florence, Madrid, Prague,
Rome, Vienna and Venice where you will stay in centrally-located hotels. Dates and prices from November 16, 2003 to March 15, 2004 City Venice Florence Madrid Prague Vienna Barcelona Rome Flying from Gatwick Gatwick Gatwick Heathrow Heathrow Gatwick Gatwick Price £179 £184 £198 £199 £199 £213 £214 Extra night £32 £35 £37 £22 £25 £40 £40
Book before November
  18. Prices are based on two adults sharing a twin or double room for two nights with breakfast and scheduled return midweek flights with British Airways, subject to restricted promotional space. Friday
 

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