第1页：Part I Writing
Part I Writing(30 minutes)
Directions：For this part, you are allowed 30 minutes to write a short
essayentitled How to Establish a Healthy
Living Style’ You should write at least 150 words following the
How to Establish a Healthy Living Style?
第2页：Part II Skimming and Scanning
Part II Reading Comprehension(Skimming and Scanning)(15
1. What's the main purpose of this passage?
A) To suggest a good major forpostgraduate.
B) To persuade students into postgraduatestudy.
C) To answer questions that postgraduatemost concerned.
D) To tell what postgraduate life lookslike.
2. According to Katherine Reekie, it'simportant to choose a project __
A) that offers good career opportunities
B) that you are really interested in
C) whose mode is suitable for you
D) that requires mostly lab work
3. What's Jonathan du Bois' advice tochoose a project?
A) Students should look for projects withfunding.
B) Students should focus on the exact areachosen.
C) Students should keep their, requirementsfrom spreading.
D) Students should search online to lookfor universities.
4. According to Farrow,defining researchtopic down to the smallest details
A) as hard as putting the cart to the horse
B) an essential element for success
C) more important than choosing the topic
D) unnecessary during the research
5. Stephen Kennedy from AstraZenecabelieves that a postgraduate
A) can guarantee a job
B) is useless these days
C) is an example of one's strength
D) earns more opportunities for interviews
6. Compared with the graduates, what's theadvantage of postgraduates
according to Kennedy?
A) Skills like management.
B) Professional knowledge.
C) Academic qualification.
D) Interpersonal relationship.
7. What service does Mark Cummins' companyPlinkart provide?
A) Tools to cheat in the quiz.
B) Photo analysis software.
C) Information about smartphone.
D) Visual search engine application.
8. Scientists can easily turn theirknowledge into business due to the
_______ they receive.
9. Davin Yap was _______ in success when hestarted his company Transversal.
10. Many universities claim ownership ofintellectual property one develops
during research, so it is difficult to________
PartIII Listening Comprehension (35 minutes)
11. A) He will have no choices left.
B) He had better not go there.
C) The books are of poor quality.
D) He should go when he has some time.
12. A) The restaurant wasn't crowded.
B) The meal was very expensive.
C) The magazine wasn't interesting.
D) The food wasn't very good.
13. A) He won't be ready until next week.
B) He is available any day except Wednesday.
C) He will be busy before Wednesday.
D) He can meet the woman on Wednesday.
14. A) Study math with Paul.
B) Take Paul to a doctor.
C) Discuss the problem with Paul.
D) Find Paul a study group.
15. A) The housekeeping service is notincluded in this hotel.
B) No housekeeping services can be providedon weekends.
C) The guest complains about lack ofhousekeeping services.
D) The guest requires housekeeping serviceson weekends.
16. A) He needs a new hat and gloves.
B) The weather will continue to be cold.
C) He doesn't know how the weather will be.
D) He doesn't know where his winter clothes is.
17. A) Cancel her appointments.
B) Reschedule one of her appointments.
C) Prepare for the meeting at lunch.
D) Keep both appointments short.
18. A) Cleaning the shirt will take longerthan usual.
B) The man can have his shirt at the end ofthe day.
C) She doesn't think the blood stain can beremoved.
D) The man should go to a differentcleaning shop for help.
19. A) To do some cerical work.
B) To own her own law office.
C) To become a veil-known lawyer.
D) To practice law in well-known law offices.
20. A) Her personal characters.
B) Urgent need for lawyers in her country.
C) Its social status, and promising future.
D) Her childhood dream.
21. A) America has the best educationsystems.
B) Female lawyers are respected there.
C) She followed her parents' advice.
D) America has got top law schools.
22. A) A government department.
B) A standard unit for measuring weight.
C) The value of precious metals.
D) The humid weather.
23. A) Checking the accuracy of scales.
B) Calculating the density of metals.
C) Observing changes in the atmosphere.
D) Measuring amounts of rain fall.
24. A) It was eroded by some chemicals.
B) The scales are obscure.
C) The standard for measuring had changed.
D) It absorbed moisture and was inaccurate.
25. A) It is relatively cheap for so much precious metal.
B) It is difficult to judge the value ofsuch an object.
C) It is reasonable for an object with suchan important function.
D) It is too expensive for such a lightweight.
26. A) Water might become clean and pure.
B) People will live in a better environment.
C) There will be no police to protectpeople.
D) People need to spend more money on education.
27. A) To build hospitals and schools.
B) To build roads and railways.
C) To train the police officers.
D) To teach and train the citizens.
28. A) Some people refuse to pay taxes.
B) The rich people pay higher taxes.
C) Every citizer has a duty to pay taxes.
D) The taxes are used to make laws.
29. A) They were made only three times inEarth's history.
B) The most beautiful diamond comes from Africa.
C) They are even harder than those sawblades.
D) The hardness of diamonds depends on the purity.
30. A) The cutting of diamonds needs to have some changes.
B) The environment of making diamonds haschanged.
C) The composition of rocks is the same asit used to.
D) The demand for diamonds has increasedrecently.
31. A) 3.3 billion years ago.
B) 2.9 billion years ago.
C) 1.2 billion years ago.
D) 2.1 billion years ago.
32. A) They were the most terrible disasteron earth.
B) They were warning signs of some bigevents.
C) They were turnovers of the big dragons.
D) They were punishment from an angry god.
33. A) The surface of the earth is made upby 12 huge plates.
B) The surface is the most important partof the earth.
C) We can now tell where and whenearthquakes will happen.
D) Our earth is made up by some oceans andlands.
34. A) It will have more earthquakes.
B) It is becoming larger slowly.
C) It is divided by a large plate.
D) It will become even deeper.
35. A) It is the meeting point of thePacific and the North American Plates.
B) It runs a length of roughly 1906kilometers through Califomia.
C) It is one of the longest and most activefaults in the world.
D) It once caused the largest earthquake inthe world.
Part IV Reading Comprehension (Reading in Depth) (25 minutes)
47. The warnings from electronic road signsare not working as well as
expected because people usually ________.
45. The in-car computer system, whichNikolaos Georgis has filed for a US
patent, provides a nationwide database of ________.
49. The speculatior raised by Pertti Peussais based on a function of the
in-car computer that prevents the car exceedingcertain speeds when ________.
50. Laser is not regarded as the bestoption of detecting surface conditions
for it always fails to detect ice under thecondition of ________.
51. What could be the obstacle to theultimate aim of designing friction
52.After Kyle Maguire graduated from high school, he __
A)worked instead of going to college
B)studied at a community college near Nebraska
C) wentto a community college for lack of money
D) decided to become a Web developer 53. What happens to those who have
tobalance work and school?
A) Theymanage to graduate in four years.
B) They give priority to work before school.
C) Theystay at college for more than 4 years.
D) They are no longer troubled by money tight. 54. The advantage of
AmeriCorpsover other service providers lies in its __
B) experiential profits
D) working hours
55. Inthe work semesters, students participating in co-ops __
A) donot have to stay on campus to study
B) need to change jobs in various semesters
C) musttravel between work and the campus
D) cannot choose which company to work with 56. When Alejandro Suarez got
theco-op job at Toyota as a freshman, he was __
57.According to the second paragraph, the new study shows that
B) is ineffective
C) needs improvement
D) requires great efforts
58. Whatdo we know about the teenagers involved in the study?
A) Theyhave all been diagnosed with depression.
B) Someof them have inherited depression from parents.
C) Theyall have shown symptoms of depression.
D) Someof them have refused to be clinically diagnosed.
59. Whatis done to the teenagers in the control group?
A) Aprevention program is provided by their community.
B)Services similar to a prevention program are provided.
C) Theprevention program is up to their choice.
D) Noprevention program is imposed on them.
60. Theteenagers in the CB sessions were taught to __
A) bealways prepared for the worst
B) be optimistic about their situation
C)realize the impacts of depression
D) control other behavior problems
61.Clarke is most lithely to agree that the thinking habits of the
teenagers inthe "subset" are made by __
C)parents' cognitive instructions
D) parents' behavioral instructions
Part V Cloze (15 minutes)
62. A) relaxed
68. A) respective
70. A) eventually
71. A) right
74. A) violence
75. A) dedicated
76. A) competitive
78. A) limited
81. A) name
Part VI Translation (5 minutes)
82．Since negotiations and compromises had no
83．The light of the kb is on。he _______(一定还在做那个复杂又费时的化学实验)．
84．Faced with difficulties in life，_______(没有什么比积极的心态更重了)．
85．Why does he still stay here? He_______ (应该马上去给他的女朋友道歉)．
86．The key greenhouse gases emitted by human activities remain in