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TEM4 1994年英语专业四级真题及答案


TEST FOR ENGLISH MAJOR (1994) -GRADE FOUR? Part ⅠWRITING [45 MIN.]? SECTION A COMPOSITION ? Write a composition of about 150 words on the following topic:? TV: a good thing or a bad thing?? You are to write three paragraphs:? In the first paragraph, state clearly your viewpoint.? In the second paragraph, support your viewpoint with details or examples.? In the last paragraph, bring what you have written to a natural conclusion with a summary or a suggestion.? Marks will be awarded for content, organization and appropriate use of language. ? SECTION B NOTE-WRITING [10 MIN.]? Write a note of about 60 words based on the following situation.? You were supposed to hand in your book report for the Extensive Reading Course on Monday, but you are two days late. Now you are outside Professor Lin’s office as you want to hand in your assignment, but he is not in. Write a note to him, apologizing and explaining why you did not give him your work on time. ? Marks will be awarded for content, organization, grammar and appropriacy. ? Part Ⅱ DICTATION [15 MIN.] TIME LIMIT: 140 MIN.???

Listen to the following passage. All together the passage will be read to you four times. During the first reading, which will be read at normal speed, listen and try to understand the meaning. For the second and the third readings, the passage will be read sentence by sentence, or phrase by phrase, with intervals of 15 to 20 seconds. The last reading will be read at normal speed again and during this time you should check your work. ? ?

Part Ⅲ LISTENING COMPREHENSION [20 MIN.] SECTION A STATEMENT ? In this section you will hear 10 statements. The statements will be read only once. After each statement, you will hear a question. You will then be given a period of 15 seconds to read the four choices and decide which one is the correct answer. Now, listen to the statements. ? 1. A. Invite a friend to dinner.

B. Ask for help.? C. Make a date. D. Visit a friend. ? 2. A. She is a bank clerk. B. She is a shop assistant.? C. She is a waitress. D. She is a receptionist. ? 3. A. To inquire. B. To request. C. To help. D. To offer. ? 4. A. Mark hadn’t got any money. B. Mark rented a sports car.? C. Mark had got enough money for the car. D. Mark didn’t buy the sports car. ? 5. A. In a bookstore. B. In a newsagent’s. C. In a library. D. In a gift shop. ? 6. A. Jane wanted to be alone. B. Jane hoped to see Tom.? C. Tom broke Jane’s heart. D. Tom interrupted Jane’s sleep. ? 7. A. 25 minutes. B. 35 minutes. C. 15 minutes. D. 20 minutes. ? 8. A. Cake. B. Toast. C. Fried eggs. D. Milkshake. ? 9. A. She found a dress Larry had never seen. B. She found a dress she’d worn at Larry’s before.? C. She found a dress she had never worn. D. She found a dress she had never seen. ? 10. A. She refused to lend Jim her car. B. Jim got fined while driving her car.? C. She knew nothing about Jim’s driving record. D. Jim drove her car without a driver’s license. ? ?

SECTION B CONVERSATION ? In this section, you will hear 10 short conversations between two speakers. At the end of each conversation, a third voice will ask a question about what was said. You will hear both the conversation and the question once only. After you hear each question, you will have a period of 15 seconds to read the four possible answers and decide which is the correct answer. Now, listen to the conversations. ? 11. A. Turn right. B. Turn left.? C. Drive two blocks. D. Go straight on. ? 12. A. The man had flu. B. The man was in class Friday.? C. The woman was in class Friday. D. Neither of them was in class Friday. ? 13. A. A television. B. A washing machine.? C. A cooker. D. A fridge. ? 14. A. 7643388. B. 7638558. C. 7683384. D. 7688443. ? 15. A. The shop has dispatched her order. B. The customer has received the blue jacket.? C. The shop has still got the blue jacket. D. The customer has ordered the wrong jacket. ? 16. A. In a restaurant. B. In a supermarket. C. In a hotel. D. In a kitchen. ? 17. A. Windy. B. Fine. C. Rainy. D. Overcast. ? 18. A. The man’s. B. Mary’s. C. Her own. D. The woman’s. ? 19. A. $ 140. B.$120.

C. $130. D. $ 170. ? 20. A. In the side street. B. At the crossroads.? C. On the main road. D. On the motorway. ? ? SECTION C NEWS BROADCAST ? In this section, you will hear several news broadcasts from the BBC and VOA. You will hear them once only. After each news item, you will hear some questions. You will hear each question only once. After you hear each question, you will have 20 seconds to choose the correct answer from the four choices given. Now, listen to the broadcasts. ? Questions 21 to 23 are based on the following news item. ? 21. A. To move their base to Sweden. B. To work together.? C. To sell more cars to Japan. D. That Volvo will take over Renault. ? 22. A. Today. B. Next week. C. Tomorrow. D. In two days’ time. ? 23. A. To reduce the number of their employees.? B. To become the world’s leading car producer.? C. To compete with Japanese auto makers.? D. To become the largest auto company in Europe. ? Questions 24 to 26 are based on the following news item. ? 24. A. An agreement with Russia. B. A reshuffle of the Government.? C. Cooperation with Russia. D. The resignation of the President. ? 25. A. They will be disassembled in Russia.? B. They will be disassembled in Ukraine.? C. They will be controlled by Russia.? D. They will be controlled by the Black Sea Fleet. ? 26. A. The Russian President. B. The Russian Parliament.? C. The Ukraine President. D. The Ukraine Parliament. ? Questions 27 to 28 are based on the following news item. ? 27. A. The new alliance in Southern Europe.?

B. The possible possession of nuclear weapons and missiles by some countries.? C. The possible acquisition of advanced technology by some countries.? D. NATO’s hesitation to build new defences. ? 28. A. NATO allies are expected to hold a summit.? B. Nuclear technology is available on the black market.? C. NATO is being urged by the U.S. to set up a new defence system.? D. European countries have cut down on defence budgets. ? Questions 29 to 30 are based on the following news item. ? 29. A. $ 650 million. B. $ 400 million.? C. $ 250 million. D. $ 450 million. ? 30. A. Applications outnumber availability. B. Lack of government support.? C. Insufficient trained personnel. D. Uncertainty of the future market. ? ? Part Ⅳ CLOZE [15 MIN.]

Decide which of the choices given below would correctly complete the passage if inserted in the corresponding blanks. Choose the best one for each blank. ? Most people have no idea of the hard work and worry that go into the collecting of those fascinating birds and animals that they pay to see in the zoo. One of the questions that is always asked of me is ?( 31 )? I became an animal collector in the first ?( 32 )?. The answer is that I have always been interested in animals and zoos. According to my parents, the first word I was able to say with any ???( 33 )? was not the conventional ‘ mamma’ or ‘ daddy’, ?( 34 )? the word ‘zoo’, which I would ?( 35 )? over and over again with a ?? shrill ?( 36 )? until someone, in order to ?( 37 )? me up, would take ??? me to the zoo. When I ?( 38 )? a little older, we lived in Greece and ?? I had a great ?( 39 )? of pets, ranging from owls to seahorses, and I ??? spent all my spare time ?( 40 )? the countryside in search of fresh ??? specimens to ?( 41 )? to my collection of pets. ?( 42 )? on I went for ???? a year to the City Zoo, as a student ?( 43 )?, to get experience of the ?? large animals, such as lions, bears, bison and ostriches, ?( 44 )? ?? were not easy to keep at home. When I left, I ?( 45 )? had enough ?? money of my own to be able to ?( 46 )? my first trip and I have been ?? going ?( 47 )? ever since then. Though a collector’s job is not an ?? easy one and is full of ?( 48 )?, it is certainly a job which will ??? appeal ?( 49 ) ? all those who love animals and ?( 50 )?. 31. A. how B. where ? C. when D. whether ? 32. A. region B. field ? C. place D. case ? 33. A. clarity B. emotion ? C. sentiment D. affection ? 34. A. except B. but ? C. except for D. but for ?

35. A. recite B. recognize ? C. read D. repeat ? 36. A. volume B. noise ? C. voice D. pitch ? 37. A. close B. shut ? C. stop D. comfort ? 38. A. grew B. was growing ? C. grow D. grown ? 39. A. many B. amount ? C. number D. supply ? 40. A. living B. cultivating ? C. reclaiming D. exploring ? 41. A. increase B. include ? C. add D. enrich ? 42. A. Later B. Further ? C. Then D. Subsequently ? 43. A. attendant B. keeper ? C. member D. aide ? 44. A. who B. they ? C. of which D. which ? 45. A. luckily B. gladly ? C. nearly D. successfully ? 46. A. pay B. provide ? C. allow D. finance ? 47. A. normally B. regularly ? C. usually D. often ? 48. A. expectations B. sorrows ? C. excitement D. disappointments ? 49. A. for B. with ? C. to D. from ? 50. A. excursion B. travel ? C. journey D. trip ? ? Part Ⅴ GRAMMAR AND VOCABULARY [15 MIN.] There are 30 sentences in this section. Beneath each sentence there are 4 words or phrases marked A, B, C and D. Choose the one word or phrase that correctly completes the sentence. ? 51. A ship with a heavy load of timber is reported to have sunk ___ the coast of California.? A. off B. on C. at B. he found a lot of people ? D. in ? 52. Arriving at the bus stop, ___ waiting there.? A. a lot of people were C. a lot of people 53. D. people were found ?

___ your timely advice, I would never have known how to go about the work.?

A. Unless B. But for C. Except for D. Not for ? 54. We can assign the task to ___ is capable and trustworthy.? A. whomever B. who C. whom 55. D. whoever ? ___ regular training in nursing, she could hardly cope with the work at first.? D. Not having received ?

A. Not received B. Since receiving ? C. Having received 56. So badly ___ in the car accident that he had to stay in hospital for a few months.?

A. did he injure B. injured him ? C. was he injured D. he was injured ? 57. The country’s chief exports are coal, cars and cotton goods, cars ___ the most important of these.? A. have been B. are C. being D. are being ? 58. It was recommended that passengers ___ smoke during the flight.? A. not B. need not C. could not D. would not ?

59. “She must be in the dormitory now. ” “No, she ___ be there. I saw her in the classroom a minute ago.”? A. mustn’t B. can’t 60. A. /,/,the C. couldn’t D. wouldn’t ? ___ human problems that repeat themselves in ___ life repeat themselves in ___ literature.? B. /,the,/ C. The, /,/ D. The, the, the ?

61. Only take such clothes ___ really necessary.? A. as were B. as they are C. as they were D. as are ? 62. ___you were busy, I wouldn’t have bothered you with my questions.? B. Had I realized A. If I realized 63.

C. I realized that D. As I realized ? She has taken great pains to conceal her emotions, and thereby made them ___conspicuous. A. all the more B. all the much C. all more D. all much ? 64. He ___ the 8:20 bus because he didn’t leave home till 8:25.? A. couldn’t have caught B. ought to have caught ? C. shouldn’t have caught D. must not have caught ? 65. ___ is often the case with a new idea, much preliminary activity and optimistic discussion produced no concrete proposals.? A. That B. It C. This D. As ? 66. Please dispose ___ those old newspapers while you’re cleaning up the room.? A. out B. of C. away D. in ? 67. One can ___ even from one’s unpleasant experiences.? A. obtain B. improve C. benefit D. continue ? 68. This automobile plant has a monthly ___ of 500 cars.? A. proficiency B. capability C. strength D. capacity ? 69. At present there is a ___ of iron and steel and more must be produced.? A. limit B. loss C. poverty D. scarcity ? 70. He was ___ admittance to the concert hall for not being properly dressed.? A. rejected A. fainted 72. B. denied C. withheld B. paled C. bleached D. deprived ? D. faded ? 71. Because of the strong sun the new sitting-room curtains have ___ from dark blue to grey.? My new sweater ___ when I washed it.?

A. shrank B. shortened C. contracted D. condensed ? 73. He was so ___ on his work that he didn’t hear her come in.? A. intent B. absorbed A. spot B. mark C. engrossed D. involved ? 74. George has a big coffee ___ on the front of his jacket.? C. stain D. patch. ? C. risen D. resulted ? D. reasonable ? 75. The problem has ___ simply because you didn’t follow the instructions in the handbook.? A. assembled B. arisen 76. Try not to say anything hurtful to her. She is a very ___ person.? A. sensible B. sensitive C. tough

77. The ___ driver thinks accidents only happen to other people.? A. average B. common C. usual D. normal ? 78. The boxer ___ his opponent as hard as he could.? A. punched B. slapped C. knocked D. whipped ? 79. The Christmas present were all ___ in shiny paper.? A. done over B. done with C. done out D. done up ? 80. In the next few years major changes will be ___ in China’s industries.? B. brought about D. brought up ? A. brought forward C. brought on

Part Ⅵ READING COMPREHENSION [30 MIN.] SECTION A READING COMPREHENSION[25 MIN.]? In this part there are several passages followed by questions or unfinished statements, each with four suggested answers marked A, B, C and D. Choose the one that you think is the correct answer. TEXT A ? A Wise Man ? He was a funny looking man with a cheerful face, good natured and a great talker. He was described by his student, the great philosopher Plato, as “the best and most just and wisest man. ” Yet, this same man was condemned to death for his beliefs.? The man was the Greek philosopher, Socrates, and he was condemned for not believing in the recognized gods and for corrupting young people. The second charge stemmed from his association with numerous young men who came to Athens from all over the civilized world to study under him.? Socrates’ method of teaching was to ask questions and, by pretending not to know the answers, to press his students into thinking for themselves. His teachings had unsurpassed influence on all the great Greek and Roman schools of philosophy. Yet, for all his fame and influence, Socrates himself never wrote a word.? Socrates encouraged new ideas and free thinking in the young, and this was frightening to the conservative people. They wanted him silenced. Yet, many were probably surprised that he accepted death so readily.? Socrates had the right to ask for a lesser penalty, and he probably could have won over enough of the people who had previously condemned him. But Socrates, as a firm believer in law, reasoned that it was proper to submit to the death sentence. So, he calmly accepted his fate and drank a cup of poison hemlock in the presence of his grief-stricken friends and students.? 81. 82. In the first paragraph, the word yet is used to introduce ___.? Socrates was condemned to death because he ___.? A. contrast B. a sequence C. emphasis D. an example ? A. believed in law ? B. was a philosopher ?

C. published outspoken philosophical articles ? D. advocated original opinions ? 83. The word unsurpassed in the third paragraph is closest in meaning to ___.? A. untold B. unequalled C. unnoticed D. unexpected ? 84. By mentioning that Socrates himself never wrote anything, the writer implies that ___.? A. it was surprising that Socrates was so famous ? B. Socrates was not so learned as he is reputed to have been ? C. Socrates used the work of his students in teaching ? D. the authorities refused to publish Socrates’ works ? 85. Socrates accepted the death penalty to show ___.? A. his belief in his students B. his contempt for conservatives ? C. his recognition of the legal system D. that he was not afraid of death ? ? TEXT B In England, along a stretch of the north-east coast which gently curves from Northumberland to the estuary of the river Tees, there was a spot, typical of many on that coast, where sea-coal collected richly and effortlessly. This coal was a coarse powder, clean and brilliant. It seemed to bear little resemblance to the large, filthy lumps put onto the fire. Although it was coal, it was perfectly clean and it was silently deposited at high tide in a glittering carpet a kilometre long for the local community to gather up.? The gear needed for sea-coaling expeditions was a curious and traditionally proven assortment which never varied from community to community along the entire north-east coastline. Sacks were essential to put the coal in, and string to tie the neck of each sack when it was full. A wooden rake was used to serape the coal from the beach. The only alternative to the rake was a flat piece of board held in the hand. A flat, broad shovel to lift the raked coal into the bags, completed the portable hardware.? But the most crucial item of equipment was a bicycle, a special kind of rusty, stripped down model which was the symbol of the sea-coaling craft. A lady’s bike was no good because it lacked a crossbar, and that was an essential element in transporting sea-coal. One full sack could be slung through the triangular frame of a man’s bike, another over the crossbar and, sometimes, even a third on top of that. It not only enabled one to move the sea coal from place to place, but the pressure of the metal bar against the full, wet sacks forced excess water out of the coal while it was being wheeled home. On a good day, the path to the beach was generally a double snailtrack of water that had been forced from each end of a trail of coal sacks.? 86. The difference between the two types of coal was that ___.? A. sea coal burnt better B. sea coal was cheaper ? C. sea coal was more finely-grained D. sea coal came in big pieces ? 87. Certain equipment was used because ___.? A. the people were very traditional B. it could be made by the communities themselves ?

C. it had proved to be practical D. the communities had curious habits ? 88. Which piece of equipment was not vital to sea-coal collecting?? A. A rake B. A sack C. A lady’s bike D. A piece of string ? 89. To carry three sacks of coal on a bicycle it was necessary to ___.? A. put one of them on the saddle 90. By using the bicycle ___.? A. the collectors could ride home B. the coal could be moved easily over the sand ? C. the collectors could sell more coal D. excess liquid could be removed ? ? TEXT C ? Did you know that all human beings have a “comfort zone” regulating the distance they stand from someone when they talk? This distance varies in interesting ways among people of different cultures.? Greeks, others of the Eastern Mediterranean, and many of those from South America normally stand quite close together when they talk, often moving their faces even closer as they warm up in a conversation. North Americans find this awkward and often back away a few inches. Studies have found that they tend to feel most comfortable at about 21 inches apart. In much of Asia and Africa, there is even more space between two speakers in conversation. This greater space subtly lends an air of dignity and respect. This matter of space is nearly always unconscious, but it is interesting to observe.? This difference applies also to the closeness with which people sit together, the extent to which they lean over one another in conversation, how they move as they argue or make an emphatic point. In the United States, for example, people try to keep their bodies apart even in a crowded elevator; in Paris they take it as it comes!? Although North Americans have a relatively wide “comfort zone” for talking, they communicate a great deal with their hands—not only with gesture but also with touch. They put a sympathetic hand on a person’s shoulder to demonstrate warmth of feeling or an arm around him in sympathy; they nudge a man in the ribs to emphasize a funny story; they pat an arm in reassurance or stroke a child’s head in affection; they readily take someone’s arm to help him across a street or direct him along an unfamiliar route. To many people—especially those from Asia or the Moslem countries—such bodily contact is unwelcome, especially if inadvertently done with the left hand. 91. (The left hand carries no special significance in the U. S.. Many Americans are simply left-handed and use that hand more. )? In terms of bodily distance, North Americans ___.? A. are similar to South Americans B. stand farthest apart ? B. balance them all on the crossbar ? C. balance two on the crossbar D. put two through the framework ?

C. feel ill at ease when too close D. move nearer during conversations ? 92. For Asians, the comfort zone ___.? B. measures 21 inches ? A. is deliberately determined 93.

C. varies according to status D. implies esteem ? It can be inferred from the passage that in a crowded elevator, a Frenchman ___.? A. would behave in the same way as an American would B. would make no particular effort to distance himself ? C. would be afraid of bodily contact D. would do his best to leave ? 94. When Americans tell a joke, they often ___.? A. pat people on the head B. give people a hug ? C. dig people in the ribs D. touch people on the arm ? 95. The passage mainly concerns ___.? A. distance and bodily contact B. body language ? C. cultural differences between the East and the West D. hand signals ? ? TEXT D ? Do Insects Think? ? In a recent book entitled The Psychic Life of Insects, Professor Bouvier says that we must be careful not to credit the little winged fellows with intelligence when they behave in what seems like an intelligent manner. They may be only reacting. I would like to confront the Professor with an instance of reasoning power on the part of an insect which cannot be explained away in any other manner.? During the summer of 1899, while I was at work on my doctoral thesis, we kept a female wasp at our cottage. It was more like a child of our own than a wasp, except that it looked more like a wasp than a child of our own. That was one of the ways we told the difference.? It was still a young wasp when we got it (thirteen or fourteen years old) and for some time we could not get it to eat or drink, it was so shy. Since it was a female we decided to call it Miriam, but soon the children’s nickname for it—“Pudge”—became a fixture, and“Pudge” it was from that time on.? One evening I had been working late in my laboratory fooling around with some gin and other chemicals, and in leaving the room I tripped over. a nine of diamonds which someone had left lying on the floor and knocked over my card index which contained the names and addresses of all the larvae worth knowing in North America. The cards went everywhere.? I was too tired to stop to pick them up that night, and went sobbing to bed, just as mad as I could be. As I went, however, I noticed the wasp was flying about in circles over the scattered cards. “Maybe Pudge will pick them up”, I said half laughingly to myself, never thinking for one

moment that such would be the case.? When I came down the next morning Pudge was still asleep in her box, evidently tired out. And well she might have been. For there on the floor lay the cards scattered all about just as I had left them the night before. The faithful little insect had buzzed about all night trying to come to some decision about picking them up and arranging them in the boxes for me, and then had figured out for herself that, as she knew practically nothing of larvae of any sort except wasp larvae, she would probably make more of a mess of rearranging them than if she had left them on the floor for me to fix. It was just too much for her to tackle, and, discouraged, she went over and lay down in her box, where she cried herself to sleep.? If this is not an answer to Professor Bouvier’s statement, I do not know what is.? 96. Professor Bouvier believes that insects ___.? A. do not have intelligence B. behave in an intelligent way ? C. are capable of reasoning D. are more intelligent than we thought ? 97. On the evening the author fell over, someone ___.? A. had moved his card index B. had been playing card games ? C. had knocked over his boxes containing cards D. had looked at his collection of diamonds ? 98. When he came to the laboratory the next morning, the author ___.? A. saw that his cards had already been rearranged B. realized that the wasp had been trying to help ? C. found evidence of the wasp’s intelligence D. found his index cards still scattered about the room ? 99. The author’s account of his wasp’s intelligence ___.? A. is imaginary B. is convincing ? C. firmly proves his point of view D. is valuable for insect study ? 100. The purpose of this article is to ___.? A. oppose Professor Bouvier’s point of view ? B. support Professor Bouvier with his own experience ? C. further discuss whether insects are intelligent ? D. illustrate the working theory behind the author’s thesis ?? SECTION B SKIMMING AND SCANNING as required and then answer the questions. ? ? Skim Text E and answer questions 101 to 102. ? TEXT E [5 MIN.]?

In this section there are 6 passages with a total of 10 multiple-choice questions. Skim or scan them

? Maybe you’d like to have a vegetable garden, but you live in a room, an apartment, a townhouse or a mobile home, and you think there is no place at all for such activity. But if you have a doorstep, a balcony or even just a windowsill, you can have your own mini-garden.? Mini-gardening with vegetables, fruit trees and herbs can be fascinating fun, and you can mix or match all vegetables or vegetables and flowers. You can grow them in greenhouses, under fluorescent lights, or in a sunny window.? Perhaps now, with the prices of fresh vegetables competing with those of meats and dairy products, this is more than ever an important aspect of indoor gardening. But entirely aside from the economic dividends, there is the pleasure of enjoying a truly fresh product, one you grew yourself from plant to plate.? Vegetable plants grow better in full sunlight than in the shade. Some vegetables need more light than others. Leafy vegetables (lettuce) can stand more shade than root vegetables (beets). Root vegetables can stand more shade than vegetable fruit plants (cucumbers) which do very poorly in the shade. Plant your vegetable fruit plants where they will get the most sun, and your leafy vegetables and root vegetables in the shadier areas.? 101. The passage is mainly concerned with ___.? A. fruit growing B. outdoor gardening ? C. leafy vegetables D. indoor gardening ? 102. The author’s attitude towards the topic in the passage is ___.? A. neutral B. positive C. contradictory D. indifferent ? ? Skim Text F and answer question 103. ? TEXT F 28 Beach Road, Newtown.? The Manager,? Royal Publishers,? P. O. Box 446 ? Newtown ? March 11th. 1994 ? Dear Sir,? I am 18 years old, and I graduated from Newtown High School last October. At high school my main subjects were English, business studies, history, athletics and science.? I would be very interested in working as a salesman. I am very interested in books, and I have always been interested in the publishing business. I enjoy meeting and talking to people.? I enclose two letters of reference, a photograph, and my school academic record. I would be available for an interview at any time. I look forward to hearing from you.? Yours sincerely,? Jack Eastwood ?

103. This letter is written by a ___.? A. prospective salesperson B. high school student ? C. publisher D. manager ? ? Skim Text G and answer question 104. ? TEXT G ? SITUATIONS VACANT Administration Trainee We have a vacancy for a trainee in our head office.? ? Main duties will be office work with some reception and telephone work. Training will be given in the use of a computer. The successful applicant will have college level education in business ? related subjects and will be able to work with a minimum of supervision. Typing skills essential. Age range preferably 21-24. Good working conditions.? ? Please apply in writing, stating age, qualifications, and other relevant information to: Administration Manager ? STARTEX OIL. P. O. Box 355 ? Westport ?

? 104. Who will best fit the vacancy described in the ad. ?? A. A receptionist with secondary-school education.? B. A typist with three years of working experience.? C. A young college graduate with a management degree.? D. A middle-aged clerk with some working knowledge of computers. ? ? Scan Text H and answer questions 105 to 106. ? TEXT H JUBILEE SWIMMING CLUB REGULATIONS

1. All swimmers must shower before they enter the pool.? 2. Diving is only allowed from the diving board.? 3. Running and playing near the pool is not permitted.? 4. Club members may bring guests at weekends only.? 5. Children under 12 are not allowed to use the pool unless accompanied by an adult.? 6. Members must show their membership cards at the registration desk.? 7. Used towels must be placed in the bins provided.? 8. Smoking is not allowed in the changing-room.? 9. Guests must sign at the registration desk.? 10. All bathers must leave the pool by 6 p.m.? 11. Clothes must be placed in the lockers provided. Keys are available at the registration desk. 12. Only club members and their families are allowed to use the pool. 105. When are guests allowed?? A. Any day. B. Saturday. C. Friday. A. Towels. ? Scan Text I and answer questions 107 to 108. ? TEXT I B. Locker keys. D. After 6 p.m. ? D. Registration cards. ? 106. What must club members bring with them?? C. Swimming caps.

Country 1 Burkina Faso 2 Tanzania 3 India 4 Kenya 5 Zambia 6 Indonesia 7 Morocco 8 Egypt 9 Brazil 10 Malaysia 11 Mexico 12 Venezuela 13 Italy 14 UK 15 Japan 16 W. Germany 17 USA

A $160 $ 210 $ 260 $ 310 $ 470 $ 540 $ 670 $ 720 $1,720 $1,980 $ 2,040 $ 3,410 $ 6,420 $8,570 $10,630 $15,390

B 1.8 3.4 2.3 4.0 3.2 2.3 2.4 2. 6 2. 3 2.4 2.9 3.3 0.3 ( ) 0.9 1.0

C 83 83 74 79 68 60 53 51 41 50 39 20 13 2 13 4 2

D 11 14 25 18 48 25 43 23 72 31 69 85 71 92 76 86 74

E 35 66 36 40 39 62 28 44 76 60 76 82 98 99 98 98 98 ?

$11,130 -0.1

A= GNP(Gross National Product) per head(US dollars)? B= Population growth rate (%)? C= Labour force in agriculture (%)? D= Urban population (%)? E= Adult literacy rate ( % )

107. Which country has the highest number of illiterate people?? A. Burkina Faso. B. Morocco. C. Kenya. D. Tanzania. ? B. Egypt and Malaysia.? 108. Which two countries have the fewest number of people employed in agriculture?? A. Burkina Faso and Tanzania. C. The UK and the USA. D. Italy and Japan. ? Scan Text J and answer questions 109 to 110. ? TEXT J THE MORNING HERALD OCTOBER 18 ADVERTISEMENTS FOR SALE FOR SALE

2 single beds (with mattresses) and large chest of drawers. Excellent condition. $ 86. Tel. 68455 WANTED Man’s bicycle in good condition. Phone Phil 24522

Almost new 12-speed bicycles new tyres, plus headlight and strong combination lock. $ 220. Phone Alys Tel. 43566 WANTED 19" colour TV. Easy to carry. Tel. 43655

FOR SALE Film developing unit and photo enlarging unit; plus 25 rolls of colour film. Tel. 74533

FOR SALE Large 26" colour TV in wooden cabinet. (Sanyo) Still under guarantee. $ 350, Tel. 42377

WANTED TV set (Cabinet model). Volume needs attention. Tel. 35633 repairs.

FOR SALE Minolta 35 mm camera. Only $35. 3 years old. Needs some Tel. 78454

WANTED Bicycle in any condition. Must be cheap. Phone Reg. 26677 10-speed bicycle. repairs. 78466 FOR SALE Standing lamp for living room. $100. Tel. 553642 Almost new.

FOR SALE 5 years old. Needs some Only $ 35. Phone Anne after 6pm. Tel.

WANTED Small portable TV set. Old model going cheap. Phone John on 42677.

109.

If you want to buy a T.V. in good condition, which number should you call??

A. 43655. B. 35633. C. 42377. D. 42677. ? 110. Who should Reg phone?? A. Phil. B. Alys. C. John. D. Anne. ?


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