Part Ⅰ Dialogue Communication
1. D 2. B 3. A 4. B 5. B 6. A 7. C 8. B 9.B 10.D
Part Ⅱ Vocabulary
11-15 BDAAB 16-20 BBACA
21-25 CAABD 26-30 CDACC
Part Ⅲ Reading Comprehension
31-36 DABCCC 37-42 AADCCB 43-48 DACDCC
49-54 BDBDCD 55-60 DCCADB
Part Ⅳ Cloze
61-65 CBABA 65-70 CBADC 71-75 BCBCA
Part Ⅰ Translation (Suggested)
1. Some individuals believe that the school personnel should not interfere with the behavior of the students unless it is directly related to learning or affects the safety of the others inside the teaching building or somewhere on the campus.
2. The college graduates who are surfing the internet at home are 16 times as those with only elementary school education.
3. It can be said that during this period, China's wealth expanded and the national economy as a whole was raised to a new level.
4. In 1994, with her 20 birthday fast approaching, she found herself at both a personal and a professional crossroad.
5. Not everyone living in America is fighting for pollution, but it is sage to say that almost everyone is aware of the effects it has on the quality of land, air, and water of the country.
Part Ⅱ Writing (Suggested)
Nowadays, a number of students pay little attention to the study of Chinese. Taking a look around, one can find examples too many to enumerate: some play truant from Chinese classes, some read few Chinese classics and some rarely write articles in Chinese.
A number of factors can account for such phenomenon, but the following might be the critical ones. For one thing, the craze for learning English affect, to some degree, students' passion for the study of their native language. For another, the increasing emphasis on some so-called "practical subjects" closely related to job hunting also cut into students' time and energy spent on the study of Chinese.
The problem mentioned above is bound to generate severe consequences if we keep turning a blind eye to it. First, students' weakness in Chinese would lead to their ignorance of Chinese culture. Secondly, their problems with Chinese would also hamper their study of other subjects.
In view of the seriousness of the problem, effective measures must be taken before things get worse. In the first place, it is essential that the school attach more importance to the teaching of Chinese. In the second place, students should enhance their awareness of the importance of mastering their mother tongue. Only with these measures taken can we expect the all-sided development of students.