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  A.She thinks the exercise is easy.

  B.She can't solve the exercise either.

  C.She can help the man with the exercise.

  D.She hasn't tried to solve the exercise yet.


  A.Buy a newspaper.

  B.Take a trip in the summer.

  C.Put an ad in a newspaper.

  D.Go to the interviewer's office.


  A.The man must be a very slow driver.

  B.She did a lot of walking in Florida.

  C.The man should have spent less time in Florida

  D.She got to Florida long before the man did.


  A.Look for the umbrella in the theater.

  B.Ask the ticket seller about the umbrella.

  C.Buy another ticket for the show.

  D.Go back to her chair to get the umbrella.


  A.Both of the activities aren't very good.

  B.He has no interest in doing exercise.

  C.They should choose a different activity.

  D.It doesn't matter which activity to choose.


  A.Wash fewer clothes at a time.

  B.Use a different washing machine.

  C.Try to repair the washing machine first,

  D.Wash his clothes by hand.


  A.She is going to drop the class too.

  B.She doesn't know how to swim.

  C.It took her a long time to learn to swim.

  D.She teaches swimming,


  A.He'll give the woman a few prescriptions right away.

  B.He'll be away from the office for one or two days.

  C.The woman doesn't need anything for her cough.

  D.The woman should continue taking the medicine.

  Conversation One.



  A.Her apartment is too far from the campus.

  B.Her apartment needs a lot of repair work.

  C.She's having trouble with the owner of the apartment

  D.Her roommate won't share expenses.


  A.Because the girls didn't pay their rent on time.

  B.Because she couldn't find anyone to repair the dishwasher.

  C.Because she had to buy a new dishwasher.

  D.Because paula had some repairs done without her permission.


  A.Because he has some knowledge of the law,

  B.Because he once had the same problem.

  C.Because he is a friend of the owner.

  D.Because he can bring a lawsuit against the owner.

  Conversation Two.



  A.There aren't enough cabinets

  B.There is too much noise.

  C.Office supplies are taking up space.

  D.Some teaching assistants don't have desks.


  A.To chat with him socially.

  B.To get help with the course.

  C.To hand in their assignments.

  D.To practise giving interviews,


  A.They'd have to get permission.

  B.Jack wouldn't like it,

  C.She thinks it might work.

  D.Other assistants should be consulted


  A.Give Jack a different office,

  B.Complain to the department head.

  C.Move the supplies to the storage room.

  D.Try to get a room to use for meetings.

  Passage One.



  A.Because of its shape.

  B.Because of its skin.

  C.Because of its size.

  D.Because of its behavior.


  A.How sea animals manage to exist,

  B.How large sea animals can be.

  C.How frightening the squid is,

  D.How little is known about the sea.


  A.Why it is difficult to use aerial photographs in research.

  B.Why oceanic research is so limited.

  C.How oceanic research has helped land research,

  D.How fossil remains are obtained from deep sea.

  Passage Two.



  A.New varieties of corn have been developed.

  B.The crops need less fertilizer.

  C.Farmers can now monitor crop growth.

  D.Crop yields are much greater.


  A.It's being drained from Nebraska to Texas.

  B.It's being pumped out.

  C.It's becoming contaminated with oil.

  D.It's becoming much warmer.


  A.It can be seen from an airplane.

  B.It's most likely polluted.

  C.It's usually a bright green color.

  D.The supply of it may be exhausted soon.

  Passage Three.



  A.To review what students know about volcanic activity.

  B.To demonstrate the use of a new measurement device.

  C.To explain the answer to an examination question.

  D.To provide background for the next reading assignment.


  A.They occur at regular intervals.

  B.They can withstand great heat.

  C.They travel through the Earth's interior.

  D.They can record the Earth's internal temperature.


  A.When the Earth was formed.

  B.The composition of the Earth's interior.

  C.Why molten rock is hot.

  D.How often a volcano is likely to erupt.


  A.How deep they are.

  B.Where earthquakes form.

  C.How hot they are.

  D.What purpose they serve.


  Directions: In this section, you will hear a passage three times. When the passage is read for the first time, you should listen carefully for its general idea. When the passage is read for the second time, you are required to fill in the blanks with the exact words you have just heard. Finally, when the passage is read for the third time, you should check what you have written.

  Teenagers will be told to "stand up for their elders" on public transport-or risk losing their right to free travel.

  London Mayor Boris Johnson will 26_________ plans today to make youngsters sign a " 27_________ pledge" to promise to behave in a 28 _________manner when travelling in the capital.

  The three-point pledge states that they will give up their seats to the elderly, 29_________ and disabled; refrain from using 30_________ or threatening language; and be courteous and polite to fellow passengers and staff.

  Those who refuse, or are caught behaving in a rude manner, will have their free travel passes 31_________

  The plan--a key part of Mr. Johnson's re-election bid--will initially affect the 400,000 11-to-15-year-olds in London who qualify for free travel cards, but Conservative sources believe the idea could be used across the country.

  A Conservative insider said, "The initiative 32_________ the push to create a Big Society. It is about changing culture and 33 _________around behavior to improve the atmosphere on buses and trains for everyone. "

  Speaking before today's launch, Mr. Johnson said he 34_________ tackle the anti-social behavior of a "minority of youngsters" on public transport.

  "when I was a boy, I was taught to stand up for those less able to," he said. "Youngsters enjoy the privilege of free travel, which is paid for by Londoners, but they have to understand that with that privilege comes responsibility. "

  Anyone who abuses this privilege will have it taken away, and will have to earn that right back.

  Teenagers who are found 35_________ violating the new behavior code will lose their travel passes. They will have to carry out unpaid community work to have them restored.


  Women with low literacy suffer disproportionately more than men, encountering more 36_________ in finding a well-paying job and being twice as likely to end up in the group of lowest wage earners, a study released on Wednesday said.

  Analysis by the Institute for Women's Policy Research (IWPR. found women at all levels of 37_________ tend to earn less than men, but it's at the lowest literacy levels that the wage gap between genders is most striking.

  Women with low literacy are twice as 38_________ as men at the same skill level to be among the lowest earners, bringing in $300 a week or less, the report said.

  "Because women start off so low in terms of wages, having higher literacy and more skills really 39_________ a big difference," said Kevin Miller, a 40_________ research associate at IWPR and co-author of the study.

  Women need to go 41_________ in their training and education level to earn the same as men, Miller said.

  The 42_________ was based on 2009 National Assessment of Adult Literacy surveys, the most recent data 43_________ , and focused on reading skills, not writing and numeric literacy. That data was 44_________ from a nationally representative sample of 19,714 people aged 16 and older, living in households or prisons.

  Data showed about one-third of American adults have low literacy levels, and more than 36 percent of men and 33 percent of women fall into that 45_________ , the institute said.

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