Model Test One

Part Ⅲ Listening Comprehension (35 minutes)

Section A

11. A)She doesn?t know when they will go. B)She believes there is no way ahead.

C)She won?t be ready at 8 o…clock. D)She wants the man to go away. 12. A)Take a seat for himself. B)Remain standing.

C)Go ahead of the woman. D)Pick up the chair for the woman.

13. A)The electrician came to repair the lamp.

B)The lamp was taken to the repair shop.

C)She had Mike fix the lamp.

D)The lamp was replaced.

14. A)Studying . B)Watching television.

C)Nothing right now. D)Going to the movies.

15. A)She was unable to have her picture taken.

B)She has not chosen a picture for it.

C)She had broken her camera.

D)She had gone to a photography class instead.

16. A)He would prefer calling her next week.

B)He will let her decide about the next meeting.

C)He would like to buy some refreshments for the meeting.

D)He definitely wants to know about the meeting.

17. A)Eating in a cafeteria. B)Buying something in a store.

C)Talking on the telephone. D)Getting money at a bank.

18. A)She?d rather take a break later. B)She likes the suggestion.

C)She never drinks soda. D)She doesn?t think he is serious. Questions 19 to 22 are based on the conversation you have just heard.

19. A)He is unable to attend her class.

B)He wants to deliver something to her office.

C)He wants to hand in a late assignment.

D)He wants to drop her course.

20. A)Find out about a course. B)See an adviser.

C)Drop off a paper. D)Go to a meeting.

21. A)Paint a landscape. B)Give an oral report.

C)Take a final exam. D)Buy several books.

22. A)Come to her office before her meeting.

B)Change his major.

C)Meet with her tomorrow.

D)Discuss the class with his roommate.

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

23. A)She felt embarrassed in class.

B)Her presentation received a poor grade.

C)She had not completed her assignment.

D)She was unable to attend her psychology.

24. A)She?d be able to leave quickly.

B)She?d be less nervous.

C)She?d be able to locate where the man was seated.

D)She?d know when her professor arrived.

25. A)They blush more readily than women do.

B)They?re uncomfortable performing in front of adults.

C)They don?t respond to stre ss well.

D)They blush less frequently than adults do.

Section B

Passage One

Questions 26 to 28 are based on the passage you have just heard.

26. A)What is romantic love B)What causes love

C)How do we react to love D)Why are we attracted to love 27. A)We love to talk to ourselves about what we care about.

B)We are influenced by what we actually feel.

C)We are subjective about our own feelings.

D)We are subject to our desires and frustrations.

28. A)It is more lasting and satisfying than romantic love.

B)It is based on open communications with each other.

C)It is more difficult to achieve than romantic love.

D)It happens more frequently than romantic love.

Passage Two

Questions 29 to 32 are based on the passage you have just heard.

29. A)He did so by studying the stars.

B)He did so by observing fires.

C)He did so by the salt burned in fire.

D)He did so by observing clouds.

30. A)They needed to take a good rest.

B)They should take care of the sick.

C)He didn?t believe there would be a sudden climatic change.

D)He couldn?t tolerate the company of the other villagers.

31. A)It is ridiculous and absurd.

B)Salt in fire can not produce any sound under high humidity.

C)Salt in fire can not produce any sound under low humidity.

D)Whether salt in fire produces sound depends on temperature.

32. A)Young people should respect the old.

B)Some old beliefs contain profound wisdom.

C)Young people should break free of old ideas.

D)People should learn to accept science.

Passage Three

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

33. A)Don?t be guided by their own feelings.

B)Try to understand their children.

C)Voice their opposition and explain why.

D)Don?t be alarmed by this ordinary fun.

34. A)Children don?t understand what it means.

B)Children ought to be careful about it.

C)Children will learn to drop it as they grow up.

D)Children should be stopped from using it.

35. A)Toleration. B)Communication. C)Compromise. D)Reason.

Section C

A little money can go a long way,(36)______in the developing world. This is one of the main (37)_______of the non profit group Global Giving,launched by two former top officials at the World Bank seven years ago. Mark Kuraishi and Dennis Whittle wanted to(38)_______personal donors to projects in mostly poor countries using the Internet. So far,the group has raised over five million dollars,mostly through its Web site,globalgiving. com. The money has paid for or helped (39)_______about 700 projects around the world. Donors can search the GlobalGiving Web site to find projects that interest them. Right now,for example,donors can give to a program called “Reach the Unreached...(40)_______Care in Africa.” This project provides nurses in Zimbabwe with motorcycles and safety equipment. GlobalGiving and about forty other no n(41)________organizations help identify social leaders or small local groups. After the projects are approved,a(42)_________is added to the GlobalGiving Web site. Donors can give any amount of money to a project using different methods of payment. About 90% of all donations to GlobalGiving go directly to the project(43)________by the donor. The remaining 10% is used by the organization for operating expenses. GlobalGiving urges (44)

_______________________________________________________________________________. GlobalGiving hopes to double its donations every year.(45)

______________________________________________________________________________. Still,GlobalGiving (46)


Model Test Two

Part Ⅲ Listening Comprehension (35 minutes)

Section A

11. A)There are six sections of each class.

B)He has to leave since it is almost one o?clock.

C)There are dozens of classes to choose from.

D)It doesn?t matter which class the woman takes.

12. A)She?s lent the texts for just a few days.

B)She kept the texts that are still up to date.

C)She?s no longer interested in science.

D)She moved her science texts away from the other books.

13. A)He would like to know what happened.

B)He can help the woman.

C)Because of what happened,he has no time.

D)He would have helped if he had the time.

14. A)Tom thinks the team will win the championship.

B)Most people play football differently.

C)Most people are optimistic about the team?s chances of w inning. D)Tom?s opinion is the same as most others.

15. A)Saying goodbye to a friend.

B)Buying a ticket for a sports event.

C)Paying a bill at the bank.

D)Arranging a plane trip.

16. A)He didn?t know how to begin to write a play.

B)He hasn?t liked plays very much in the past.

C)He didn?t want to talk about it right away.

D)He wasn?t sure what the first part was about.

17. A)Dan received them.

B)Gloria forgot about them.

C)Dan mailed them.

D)Gloria has sent for them.

18. A)His room is quite large.

B)He had to walk around the dormitory.

C)It?s hard to find enough room in the dormitory.

D)It?s his turn to inspect the dormitory room.

Questions 19 to 22 are based on the conversation you have just heard. 19. A)It?s only open to poetry majors.

B)It requires another class first.

C)It?s already full.

D)It?s only offered in the morning.

20. A)The class meets during his working hours.

B)The class is too far away.

C)He has another class at the same time.

D)He?s already familiar with the mate rial.

21. A)All the other work schedules conflict with his classes.

B)He doesn?t want to ask his boss for another favor.

C)He wants to work the same schedule as his friends.

D)He likes to do his homework in the evenings.

22. A)Its course cost less.

B)It has a pool.

C)The class size is smaller.

D)It may offer the class he needs during the day.

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

23. A)More buffalos are surviving the winter.

B)Fewer buffalos are dying of disease.

C)More buffalos are being born.

D)Few buffalos are being killed by hunters.

24. A)She is from Wyoming.

B)She needs to earn money.

C)She has been studying animal diseases.

D)Her thesis advisor is heading the project.

25. A)Collecting information about the bacteria.

B)Working on a cattle ranch.

C)Writing a paper about extinct animals.

D)Analyzing buffalo behavior.

Section B

Passage One

Questions 26 to 28 are based on the passage you have just heard. 26. A)Banning the use of mobile phones during public performances. B)Educating the people about the appropriate use of mobile phones. C)Increasing the use of mobile phones in public places.

D)Warning people against using mobile phones while driving.

27. A)The show business.

B)Cinema owners.

C)Mobile phone companies.


28. A)The phone user will be sent to jail.

B)The offender will have to pay some money.

C)The phone will be taken away by police.

D)The phone user will receive a warning message.

Passage Two

Questions 29 to 32 are based on the passage you have just heard. 29. A)For most people,love ends within 30 months.

B)For most people,breaking up is always difficult.

C)Love is never meant for lasting forever.

D)Rational couples are more likely to stay together.

30. A)From questionnaires.

B)From interviews.

C)From observations.

D)From in-class discussions.

31. A)The couples involved take to drinking cocktails.

B)The couples involved take in some special chemicals.

C)Tolerance is developed when relations are established.

D)Some couples are more concerned with the welfare of their children.

32. A)Anyone who is addicted to alcohol.

B)Anyone who falls in love quickly.

C)Anyone more addicted to cocktail of love.

D)Anyone less addicted to cocktail of love.

Passage Three

Questions 33 to 35 are based on the passage you have just heard. 33. A)A predator is an animal of great strength and size.

B)An animal that eats plants can also be a predator.

C)An animal that kills other animals and eats plants.

D)A large animal that kills and eats small animals.

34. A)Lions. B)Frogs. C)Foxes. D)Giraffes.

35. A)People have a lot to learn about predators.

B)Predators would not kill their prey if they had enough food.

C)Tigers do not have an easy time killing their prey.

D)Predators can kill whenever they want.

Section C

Sudanese billionaire Mo Ibrahim believes there is nothing more important for Africa than good leadership. He has created the world?s richest prize,(36)_______five million dollars over ten years. The winner also will receive two hundred thousand dollars every year for life. An (37)

_______ two hundred thousand dollars a year will be made available for good causes supported by the winner. The Mo Ibrahim Prize for (38)_______ in African Leadership will be awarded for the first time in October 2007. Former heads of state and government from African countries south of the Sahara Desert will be considered. (39)_______ must have left office in the past three years and have shown good political leadership. Former United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan will lead the committee that will choose the winner. The committee will examine research from a special (40)________ system. The Ibrahim Index for African Governance will (41)________ national progress in several areas. They include economic and social development,peace and security,human rights,(42)_________ and the rule of law. The (43)________ was developed at the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University in Cambridge,Massachusetts.Kofi Annan maintains good governance is the single most important way to end poverty and support development. (44)

_____________________________________________________________________________ .As Mo Ibrahim puts it,(45)

______________________________________________________________________________ . The prize may not be given every year. (46)

______________________________________________________________________________ . These include leadership programs or financial assistance for African students.

Model Test Three

Part Ⅲ Listening Comprehension (35 minutes)

Section A

11. A)Anyone can do it. B)No one can do it.

C)Alex can probably do it. D)Alex probably shouldn?t do it.

12. A)He?ll go if the woman goes too. B)He doubts he?ll be able to go.

C)He?s too tired to go. D)He?s e ager to go.

13. A)It is typical December weather for this region.

B)It won?t really snow until December.

C)Such a large amount of snow is unusual for this month.

D)There has never been much snow down South.

14. A)He believes Mike was the wrong person.

B)He wants to know who is telling the truth.

C)He finds the decision unbelievable.

D)He thought there wouldn?t be any awards.

15. A)An ashtray. B)Tea cups.

C)A tablecloth. D) A vase.

16. A)It?s uncomfortable because of the wind.

B)It isn?t as warm as the man had thought it would be.

C)The man expected it to be windy.

D)The wind hasn?t made it any cooler.

17. A)He already knows what Ted will say.

B)He doesn?t have time to look at the gift.

C)He can?t imagine what his friends got for him.

D)He is anxious to see Ted s reaction to the gift.

18. A)She doesn?t like roller skating.

B)She?s writing a story about roller skating.

C)She?s too busy to go roller skating.

D)The man shouldn?t be going roller skating.

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

19. A)A chemistry assignment.

B)A study that their chemistry professor did.

C)A class that the woman is taking.

D)A job possibility.

20. A)She wants to quit her job in the chemistry lab.

B)She wants to get practical experience.

C)She?s interested in becoming a psychology major.

D)She wants to earn extra money.

21. A)Employ them as lab assistants.

B)Teach classes at their high school.

C)Help them with their studies.

D)Pay them for participating in the study.

22. A)Write their lab reports.

B)Find out Professor Smith?s schedule.

C)Interview some high school students.

D)Finish their chemistry experiment.

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

23. A)He doesn?t want to pay the late fe e.

B)He was given incorrect information.

C)He can?t afford to pay his tuition.

D)He didn?t pass his mathematics class last semester.

24. A)The director couldn?t give him an appointment right away.

B)The office was closed the first time he went.

C)The computer was out of service the first time he was there.

D)He did not have acceptable identification with him on his first visit.

25. A)His prior schooling. B)His residence.

C)His age. D)His driving record.

Section B

Passage One

Questions 26 to 28 are based on the passage you have just heard.

26. A)To live in the increasingly competitive world.

B)To succeed academically in school.

C)To deal with stress effectively.

D)To please everyone,especially the parents.

27. A)Frequent use of it only produces more stress.

B)Anything we drink may contain caffeine.

C)It is in the form of coffee or soft drinks.

D)It is an drug which may damage our nerve system.

28. A)Regular exercise. B)Enough sleep.

C)Time management. D)Be optimistic.

Passage Two

Questions 29 to 32 are based on the passage you have just heard.

29. A)In the early 1960s. B)In the late 1960s.

C)In the early 1980s. D)In the early 1990s.

30. A)£75. B)£750.

C)About £1,000. D)Over £1,000.

31. A)Plan its placement carefully. B)Find a reputable tattoo artist.

C)Consider the price range. D)Follow aftercare instructions.

32. A)This new tattoo is made of fluorescent molecules.

B)It highlights itself if the glucose levels are high.

C)The abdomen and arms are the least suitable placements.

D)Constant sun exposure should be necessary.

Passage Three

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

33. A)The loss of natural habitat for many species.

B)Less space for building new homes.

C)Less carbon dioxide and oxygen.

D)Reduced supply of paper and wood.

34. A)Continued rainfalls. B)The build up of carbon dioxide.

C)The disappearance of grasslands. D)Less land for cows and sheep.

35. A)Reusing and recycling paper.

B)Prohibiting tree cutting.

C)Planting more trees than they cut down.

D)Reducing emissions of carbon dioxide.

Section C

Susan Athey,an economics professor at Harvard University,has won the John Bates Clark Medal. The American Economics Association awards the Clark Medal to the most (36)___________ economists. And it may be even (37)________ to win than a Nobel Prize in economics. The Clark Medal is given every two years. And the winner has to be under the age of 40. Susan Athey is 34 years old and the first woman to win the Clark Medal in its 60 year history. No woman has yet won the Nobel economics prize which has been (38)___________ since 1969. (39)___________ winners received the Clark Medal for a single (40)___________ of research. But Susan Athey was (41)___________ for her work across several areas of economics. Her work has dealt with

both (42)___________ theory and empirical studies. For five years,she worked with the British Columbia Ministry of Forests in Canada to (43)___________ a system for timber auctions. (44)_______________________________________________________________________________. Professor Athey has also studied how bidders in an auction can suppress competition. (45)

______________________________________________________________________________ . Susan Athey showed that requiring businesses to make secret bids could increase competition.The John Bates Clark Medal (46)

______________________________________________________________________________ . Among thirty winners of the medal,eleven have won the Nobel prize in economics.

Model Test Four

Part Ⅲ Listening Comprehension (35 minutes)

Section A

11. A)He?ll only give her part of his notes.

B)He doesn?t know anything about economics.

C)He?s not taking an economics class.

D)He?s happy to lend her his notes.

12. A)Admission to the movie is free.

B)The woman will pay for the theatre ticket.

C)He didn?t say he?d call the woman.

D)He forgot to call the woman.

13. A)They?ll have to get some more paint.

B)They can paint the room next week.

C)They shouldn?t delay any longer.

D)Th ey don?t have to paint the room again.

14. A)Leave for home. B)Check the language lab.

C)Buy new locks. D)Show the man where the lab is.

15. A)In a doctor?s office. B)In an operating room.

C)In a professor?s office. D)In a gymnasium.

16. A)She wanted to exhibit her crafts.

B)She?d rather go somewhere else.

C)She saw the exhibition months ago.

D)She?s sorry to have missed the exhibit.

17. A)There?s no more work for anyone to do.

B)No one is willing to work with them.

C)The woman knows several people on the committee.

D)The woman should continue to work on the committee.

18. A)Watch television. B)Go for a swim.

C)Make better use of time. D)Follow the official procedure.

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

19. A)A physics exam.B)A lecture they plan to attend.

C)An oral presentation. D)Their favorite poets.

20. A)When the report is due. B)How he chose his topic.

C)If he passed the course. D)Whether her talk is clear.

21. A)Listen to the woman?s talk. B)Study for a test.

C)Go to class. D)Prepare his presentation.

22. A)In the library.B)In the woman?s dormitory.

C)In an empty classroom. D)In the dining hall.

Questions 23 to 25 are based on the conversation you have just heard. 23. A)Planning a sightseeing tour. B)Writing to his uncle.

C)Arranging his class schedule. D)Looking through a language textbook.

24. A)Get the university?s approval in advance.

B)Follow Susan?s advice about traveling abroad.

C)Take more French courses to improve his skills.

D)Make inquiries about the requirements for teaching chemistry.

25. A)He?s fulfilled his graduation requirements.

B)He wants to change his field of study.

C)He needs to get better grades.

D)He needs to earn a graduate degree.

Section B

Passage One

Questions 26 to 28 are based on the passage you have just heard.

26. A) They live in a place where English is a usual language.

B) They learn English as their mother language.

C) They learn it mainly from language teachers.

D) They go to school or study it by themselves.

27. A) English can usually be learned in a few months.

B) It will take hundreds of hours to learn the language.

C) The latest CDROM can substitute for the English teacher.

D) Methods do not matter in language learning.

28. A) They should be replaced by the latest CDROMs.

B) They are more useful in English teaching classes.

C) They are important and can not be replaced.

D) They are always a useful back up in learning English.

Passage Two

Questions 29 to 32 are based on the passage you have just heard.

29. A)The criticism from the Western observers.

B)Sexual segregation existent in society.

C)The veiling or prohibition against driving.

D)Limited opportunities of employment.

30. A)Administration. B)Nursing. C)Teaching. D)Charity.

31. A)Tradition. B)Religion. C)Education. D)Culture.

32. A)Discouraging women from work aims at protecting their rights.

B)Women are granted control over their possessions and property.

C)Restrictions on the employment are meant for the good of women.

D)The sacred book does not specify on the employment of women.

Passage Three

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

33. A) Insect eating is highly fashionable among some people.

B) Insects are genuinely delicious and healthy.

C) Executives simply enjoy insects as in flight snacks.

D) Insects fried or boiled can serve as an appetizer.

34. A) They are prepared during in flight travel.

B) They are sold in a number of supermarkets.

C) They can be ordered from the Internet.

D) They can be obtained from some Thai restaurants.

35. A) Ugly looking insects may taste good.

B) Insects contain high protein and low fat.

C) Eating insects helps us reduce weight.

D) Insects are least affected by environmental pollution.

Section C

Together,the United States and Brazil p roduce more than 70% of the world?s ethanol. In the United States,ethanol(乙醇)is produced mostly from corn,or maize,and is also (36)_________—with a tariff that (37)_________ call protectionist. Brazilian ethanol production is mainly from sugar cane. In Brazil,about 40% of all motor fuel is ethanol,also known as ethyl alcohol. Many Brazilians drive flex fuel vehicles,which can use either gasoline or ethanol. As they are so (38)_________ ,General Motors has stopped making cars for the Brazilian (39)

_________ that only use gasoline. In the United States,vehicles that run on (40)_________ ethanol are rare. But most cars can run on a (41)_________ of gasoline and 10% ethanol. Some states require blending ethanol and gas to cut pollution. Yet the use of an important food crop for fuel has led to (42)_________ . Ethanol now makes up about 12% of all corn use in the United States. At (43)_________ growth rates,that could nearly double by 2015. Some people worry that (44)____________________________________________________________________ . Therefore,fuel researchers are exploring additional ways to make ethanol. (45)

_____________________________________________________________________________ . This material is known as stover. But stover protects against soil loss to wind and water. (46)

______________________________________________________________________________ .

Model Test Five

Part Ⅲ Listening Comprehension (35 minutes)

Section A

11. A)He?d rather not go to the lecture.

B)He doesn?t mind if th e woman goes to the lecture.

C)He wants to hear the lecture.

D)He has heard the lecture before.

12. A)Pay several bills. B)Phone the electric company.

C)Pay less rent. D)Make fewer telephone calls.

13. A)He?s sure the new chef is better.

B)He wonders whether the new chef is an improvement.

C)He hopes the new chef will stay longer than the old one did.

D)He?s going to see the new chef tonight.

14. A)Katie doesn?t often dance. B)Katie isn?t the person dancing.

C)Katie does indeed dance well. D)Katie dances better than her friend.

15. A)The man should buy a different meal ticket each month.

B)Individuals eat different amounts.

C)Buying the meal ticket won?t save the man money.

D)The price of a meal varies from month to month.

16. A)The application isn?t available at the office.

B)The woman should mail a copy of her application.

C)The photocopy machine isn?t there anymore.

D)The woman can make copies at the post office.

17. A)She doesn?t like the professor very much.

B)She doubts class will be canceled.

C)She doesn?t want to attend the c onference.

D)She wonders whether the professor is an accountant.

18. A)The mail was sent back to the post office.

B)He doesn?t have anything to drop in the mailbox.

C)It?s too soon to go back there.

D)The post office is closed for an hour.

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

19. A)Help with a term paper. B)Go to a concert.

C)Take care of his cousin. D)Arrange his cousin?s interview.

20. A)Finish his paper. B)Go to work.

C)Cook dinner for his cousin. D)Go to the auditorium.

21. A)He forgot to ask about her hobbies.

B)He heard she enjoys music concerts.

C)He thinks she has enjoyed traveling.

D)He doesn?t know what she likes to do.

22. A)She is shy around strangers. B)She is younger than he is.

C)She is a college student. D)She is usually late.

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

23. A)The laboratories are not well equipped.

B)The classes are too large.

C)It?s too expensive .

D)It?s too far away from home.

24. A)It has a beautiful campus.

B)Professors regularly publish their results.

C)It?s in an urban setting.

D)Faculty members interact with students.

25. A)Investigate borrowing money for college.

B)Choose a new major.

C)Accept an internship at the state university.

D)Look for a job as a biologist.

Section B

Passage One

Questions 26 to 28 are based on the passage you have just heard. 26. A)Six thousand. B)Five thousand.

C)Two thousand. D)One thousand.

27. A)Over crowded in the park. B)Smog rising from Los Angeles. C)Littering of garbage. D) A dam built upstream.

28. A)Prohibiting visitors to stay there for the night.

B)No vehicle will be allowed to drive in.

C)Visitors will have to take water with them.

D)Visitors will pay to visit the park for the day.

Passage Two

Questions 29 to 32 are based on the passage you have just heard. 29. A)It was once imagined in science fiction.

B)It is very much like our own solar system.

C)It is a fully grown system evolving around Andromeda.

D)It seems to have three huge planets.

30. A)About 5 days. B)44 days.

C)46 days. D)242 days.

31. A)During winter and spring. B)During spring and summer. C)During summer and autumn. D)During autumn and winter. 32. A)Search for other planets in the system.

B)Determine if life exists in the system.

C)Analyze what the planets are made of.

D)Plan for an unmanned mission to the system.

Passage Three

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

33. A) Doctors performing abortions in their clinics.

B) People responsible for wounding or killing abortion doctors.

C) People listing online information about abortion doctors.

D) People accusing abortion doctors online.

34. A) The defendants received life sentences for their acts.

B) The defendants would apologize to the abortion doctors.

C) The defendants should not threaten the abortion clinics.

D) The abortion doctors were awarded financial compensation.

35. A) Prepare themselves to serve their jail terms.

B) Continue to list the anti-abortion data online.

C) Stop threatening the abortion providers.

D) Continue to criticize the abortion providers.

Section C

The United Nations Children?s Fund,UNICEF,has just (36)_______ a report on the “Unite for Children,Unite Against AIDS” (37)____________launched in October of 2005. The report on claims there are (38)_________ of progress,but it calls for greater attention to the needs of children affected by AIDS. One of the biggest problems is the (39)______________ of HIV from mothers to children. In 2006,mother to child transmission was the main cause of the (40)

____________ half million new infections in children under the age of 15. UNICEF reports that several countries in eastern and southern Africa have made what it calls (41)____________ . They greatly increased the number of mothers (42)__________ antiretroviral drugs which can prevent mother to child transmission. However,there are still far too many pregnant women infected with HIV who do not get antiretroviral treatment. Only 9% of them in poor countries were getting the (43)___________ in 2005. UNICEF also reports gains in providing treatment to children who already have HIV or AIDS. Testing programs and health worker skills have improved. (44)

______________________________________________________________________________ .(45)__________________________________________________________________________. Still there is much more room for progress. Just one in ten infected children worldwide gets antiretroviral treatment. (46)

_______________________________________________________________________________ .

Model Test Six

Part Ⅲ Listening Comprehension (35 minutes)

Section A

11. A)She prefers to stay at home.

B)It?s hard to get tickets.

C)She already has got tickets for both of them.

D)They can watch the game on TV.

12. A)Tea is better than coffee.

B)The man should switch to tea.

C)There are two reasons not to drink coffee.

D)The man shouldn?t drink tea either.

13. A)The man should watch the program too.

B)The program will be over soon.

C)The man should leave the television on.

D)The watch is on top of the television.

14. A)At last he enjoys campus life.

B)School has changed little since last year.

C)He has many new friends.

D)Life on campus is much interesting.

15. A)The next few days are supposed to be warm.

B)Clouds and cool temperatures are expected.

C)It can?t get much better than it already is.

D)The rain is not expected to last much longer.

16. A)She has already visited the museum.

B)Linda might be leaving earlier than she.

C)She will take him to the museum.

D)The man could probably go with Linda.

17. A)He is not used to big cities. B)He is very tall and thin.

C)He will be hard to find. D)He should watch what he does.

18. A)Cash a check for the man.

B)Get money to pay a bill.

C)Re turn Bill?s books to the store.

D)Check to see whether she can pay in cash.

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

19. A)Why Tom needs new glasses.

B)Research Tom has done for his chemistry paper.

C)The disadvantages of working in an office.

D)How using a computer can affect one?s eyes.

20. A)It helps the eyes absorb eye drops.

B)It helps to keep the eyes moist.

C)It improves a person?s concentration.

D)It prevents a buildup of chemicals in the eyes.

21. A)Go to an eye doctor.

B)Improve his computer skills.

C)Take more frequent breaks.

D)Drink more coffee.

22. A)He has been working for a long time.

B)He doesn?t know how to use a computer.

C)He doesn?t want to write the paper.

D)He needs to get an office job.

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

23. A)To find out if he has the flu.

B)To find out how to maintain a nutritious diet.

C)To find out how to prevent illness.

D)To find out the results of a blood test.

24. A)He gets ill at the same time every year.

B)He doesn?t get enough exercise.

C)He often has difficulty sleeping.

D)He?s sick with influenza throughout the winter.

25. A)He?s unwilling to be immunized.

B)He doesn?t get enough rest.

C)He forgets to take his medicine.

D)He doesn?t dress warmly enough.

Section B

Passage One

Questions 26 to 28 are based on the passage you have just heard.

26. A)He wants to make millions of dollars from doing so.

B)He believes the pills can help save AIDS patients there.

C)The thrown away pills were piling up in American hospitals.

D)He has established his own clinics on the African continent.

27. A)He was a nurse working in a hospital.

B)He was a medical doctor in a hospital.

C)He was a journalist for a newspaper.

D)He was a travel agent in San Francisco.

28. A)He has stolen the thrown away pills.

B)He practiced medicine without a license in Africa.

C)Thrown away pills can not be given away.

D)He has not reported his doing to FDA.

Passage Two

Questions 29 to 32 are based on the passage you have just heard.

29. A)Ill luck. B)Evil spirits.

C)Filthy food. D)Viruses.

30. A)To make him uncomfortable.

B)To cause evil spirits discomfort.

C)To kill the viruses.

D)To relieve him of pain.

31. A)Plants and herbs. B)Magic pills.

C)Luck charms. D)All of the above.

32. A)Religious rituals. B)Magic words and luck charms.

C)Primitive remedies. D)Distasteful mixtures.

Passage Three

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

33. A) Tall waterfalls. B) Granite cliffs.

C) Clear streams. D) Snow covered mountains.

34. A) The Sierra Club does not handle its job properly.

B) Environmentalists are blocking efforts at repairs.

C) Yosemite does not have the needed money.

D) The park can not handle crowding visitors.

35. A) Roads lacking repairs.

B) Too many visitors.

C) Leaky pipes and treated sewage.

D) Floods in the park.

Section C

Fifty years ago,most people lived in (36)____________ areas. However,according to the most recent estimate (37)__________ by the United Nations,more than half of all people will live in cities by 2008,for the first time in history. City life is not always a bad thing,but many experts worry about this process of (38)___________ . According to a new report from the World watch Institute,an environmental research group in Washington,it is having a huge effect on human

health and the (39)___________ of the environment. Of the three billion people who live in cities now,about one billion live in (40)____________ settlements. These are areas of poverty,slums,that generally lack basic (41)___________ like clean water,or even (42)

_____________ housing. More than 60 million people are added to cities and (43)___________ areas each year,mostly in slums in developing countries. Molly O Meara Sheehan,the lead researcher of the World watch report,(44)___________ . Policymakers,she says,need to increase investments in education,health care and other areas.(45)__________ . For example,Freetown,Sierra Leone,has established farming within the city limits to meet much of its growing food demands. In Bogota,the capital of Colombia,(46)____________ .

Model Test Seven

Part Ⅲ Listening Comprehension (35 minutes)

Section A

11. A)Five may be too many. B)The decision must be made soon.

C)It would be smart to take more. D)Four people are enrolled in them.

12. A)Find the newspaper editor.

B)Find a job working as a reporter.

C)Stay awake for the midnight news program.

D)Prepare an editorial for this week s newspaper.

13. A)A furnished house B)A latest book.

C)A refinished cellar. D) A new record.

14. A)He hasn?t had time to do the experiment.

B)The experiment turned out well.

C)The experiment took a lot of time.

D)He only did part of the experiment that day.

15. A)It is in the center of the campus B)It should have a map of the city.

C)It has information about summer camps. D)It probably has a campus map.

16. A)The paper must be handed in on time. B)The question wasn?t very clear.

C)He should ask a different person. D)His request was made too late.

17. A)They have arrived late.

B)She agrees with the man.

C)They are uncertain about the weather.

D)She didn?t think the man was ever late.

18. A)Her room isn?t the one that is messy.

B)Joan s room is the large one.

C)She would like to change the subject.

D)She shares her room with Joan.

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

19. A)She was utterly impressed by it.

B)It was a waste of money.

C)She was amazed it had opened so soon.

D)She did n?t like it as much as the other wings.

20. A)He took a tour of the city. B)He read about it.

C)He wrote an article about it. D)He worked there as a guide.

21. A)They came from the original wing.

B)They?re made of the same material.

C)They?re simila r in the basic design.

D)They were designed by the same person.

22. A)It was made of aluminum. B)It wasn?t large enough.

C)It wouldn?t move in the wind. D)It was too heavy to put up.

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

23. A)Get a ride home with Nancy. B)Find a place to live.

C)Go to the store before it closes. D)Carry his groceries home.

24. A)He hadn?t expected to buy a lot.

B)He had only one bag of groceries.

C)The supermarket is just down the block.

D)He th ought he?d get a ride with the Kremers.

25. A)They are paying for his education. B)They invited him to their party.

C)They took him on a vacation with them D)They let him live with them for free. Section B

Passage One

Questions 26 to 28 are based on the passage you have just heard.

26. A)Why airline delays make people angry.

B)The cost of airline delays to the economy.

C)The causes leading to airline delays.

D)What FAA can do about air travel delays.

27. A)Changeable weather conditions. B)More planes are flying.

C)More people travel by air. D)Lack of coordination.

28. A)They insist on taking control during heavy traffic and bad weather.

B)They make it a rule that the number of flights be reduced.

C)They demand for extended distance between planes during bad weather.

D)They require the number of flights be reduced during bad weather.

Passage Two

Questions 29 to 32 are based on the passage you have just heard.

29. A)In an earthquake. B)In a destructive fire.

C)In a planned blast. D)In a tornado attack.

30. A)To predict which parts of the city would be damaged in an earthquake.

B)To make sure the city would not be affected in an earthquake.

C)To predict the next possible earthquake happening to the city.

D)To analyze the possible effects of the destruction to the city.

31. A)The earthquake started deep inside the earth.

B)Earthquakes close to the surface have fewer aftershocks.

C)The Seattle earthquake had 120 aftershocks.

D)Deep earthquakes have fewer aftershocks.

32. A)To blast some parts of Seattle with explosives.

B)To focus on studying the plate underneath Seattle.

C)To predict the next possible earthquake.

D)To learn more about the frequency of aftershocks.

Passage Three

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

33. A)The Russian name for the spacecraft means “traveler”.

B)It was launched toward the end of the 1950s.

C)It was resulted from Soviet and American scientists.

D)The spacecraft was a small aluminum ball fitted with a radio.

34. A)How to make a powerful rocket engine.

B)How to ensure the safety of the crew.

C)How to choose qualified crewmen for the trip.

D)How to enable the spacecraft break free of gravity.

35. A)They built a much lighter rocket.

B)They built a much faster rocket.

C)They loaded the rocket with enough fuel.

D)They built a multistage rocket.

Section C

The (36)degree that a student can earn is a doctorate. Some doctorates are (37)_____________ degrees,as opposed to a degree based on research. Medical students,for example,receive an M.

D.,from the Latin“medicine doctor”. Future (38)_____________ receive a J. D.,

for“juris”or“jurum”doctor,meaning a doctor of law or laws. Someone with a PhD is a “doctor of philosophy”. Many people earn a PhD,yet not many are philosophers. The name has (39)

___________ since the Middle Ages when many areas of study were called philosophy. Students can receive a PhD in (40)________,social work,education,music,history and a lot of other areas. (41)__________ can differ from one university to another,and from one area of study to another. But the National Science Foundation says American doctoral education is (42)

____________ around a research experience. A PhD usually requires at least three years of (43)___________ study after a bachelor?s d egree. Usually,PhD candidates must have a master?s degree before they sit for special examinations. They have to carry out original research and (44)

_____________________________________________________________________________ .(45)_______________________________________________________________________. More than forty three thousand students received a research doctorate in 2005. (46)

____________________________________________________________________________. Most of them studied engineering,physical science or life science.

Model Test Eight

Part Ⅲ Listening Comprehension (35 minutes)

Section A

11. A)Happy B)Resentful C)Disappointed D)Sentimental.

12. A)Continue to drive. B)Pay a traffic ticket.

C)Let the passenger out. D)Park at the corner.

13. A)The woman hadn?t sent a thank you note.

B)The woman hadn?t noticed him.

C)The woman had left him a note.

D)The woman had got his note.

14. A)Angry. B)Tired. C)Hungry D)Disappointed.

15. A)She built a model a week ago.

B)She completed her model quickly.