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    Part I                                       Writing                (30 minutes)
    DirectionsFor this part, you are allowed 30 minutes to write a short essay entitled Online Shopping. You should write at least 120 words following the outline given below:
    1.  现在网上购物已成为一种时尚
    2.  网上购物有很多好处, 但也有不少问题
    3.  我的建议
    Part II              Reading ComprehensionSkimming and Scanning) (15 minutes
    Directions: In this part, you will have 15 minutes to go over the passage quickly and answer the questions on Answer Sheet 1. For questions 1-7, choose the best answer from the four choices markedA], [B], [CandD]. For questions 8-10, complete the sentences with the information given in the passage.
    British Cuisine: the Best of Old and New
    British cuisine (烹饪) has come of age in recent years as chefs (厨师) combine the best of old and new.
    Why does British food have a reputation for being so bad? Because it is bad! Those are not the most encouraging words to hear just before eating lunch at one of Hong Kongs smartest British restaurants, Alfies by KEE, but head chef Neil Tomes has more to say.
    “The past 15 years or so have been a noticeable period of improvement for food in England,” the English chef says, citing the trend in British cuisine for better ingredients, preparation and cooking methods, and more appealing presentation. Chefs such as Delia Smith, Nigel Slater, Jamie Oliver and Gordon Ramsay made the public realise that cookingand eatingdidnt have to be a boring thing. And now, most of the British public is familiar even with the extremes of Heston Blumenthals molecular gastronomy, a form of cooking that employs scientific methods to create the perfect dish.
    “Its no longer the case that the common man in England is embarrassed to show he knows about food,” Tomes says.
    There was plenty of room for improvement. The problems with the nations cuisine can be traced back to the Second World War. Before the War, much of Britains food was imported and when German U-boats began attacking ships bringing food to the country, Britain went on rations (配给).
    “As rationing came to an end in the 1950s, technology picked up and was used to mass-produce food,” Tomes says. “And by then people were just happy to have a decent quantity of food in their kitchens.”
    They werent looking for cured meats, organic produce or beautiful presentation; they were looking for whatever they could get their hands on, and this prioritisation of quantity over quality prevailed for decades, meaning a generation was brought up with food that couldnt compete with neighbouring France, Italy, Belgium or Spain.
    Before star chefs such as Oliver began making cooking fashionable, it was hard to find a restaurant in London that was open after 9pm. But in recent years the capitals culinary (烹饪的) scene has developed to the point that it is now confident of its ability to please the tastes of any international visitor.
    With the opening of Alfies in April, and others such as The Pawn, two years ago, modern British food has made its way to Hong Kong.“With British food, I think that Hong Kong restaurants are keeping up,” says David Tamlyn, the Welsh executive chef at The Pawn in Wan Chai. “Hong Kong diners are extremely responsive to new ideas or presentations, which is good news for new dishes.”
    Chefs agree that diners in Hong Kong are embracing the modern British trend. Some restaurants are modifying the recipes(菜谱) of British dishes to breathe new life into the classics, while others are using better quality ingredients but remaining true to British traditions and tastes.
    Tamlyn is in the second camp.“We select our food very particularly. We use US beef, New Zealand lamb and for our custards (牛奶蛋糊) we use Birds Custard Powder,” Tamlyn says.“Some restaurants go for custard made fresh with eggs, sugar and cream, but British custard is different, and we stay true to that.”
    Matthew Hill, senior manager at the two-year-old SoHo restaurant Yorkshire Pudding, also uses better ingredients as a means of improving dishes.“There are a lot of existing perceptions about British food and so we cant alter these too much. Were a traditional British restaurant so there are some staples (主菜) that will remain essentially unchanged.”
    These traditional dishes include fish and chips, steak and kidney pie and large pieces of roasted meats. At Alfies, the newest of the British restaurants in town and perhaps the most gentlemens club-like in design, Neil Tomes explains his passion for provenance(原产地).“Britain has started to become really proud of the food its producing. It has excellent organic farms, beautifully crafted cheeses, high-quality meats.”
    However, the British dont have a history of exporting their foodstuffs, which makes it difficult for restaurants in Hong Kong to source authentic ingredients.
    “We can get a lot of our ingredients once a week from the UK,” Tamlyn explains. “But there is also pressure to buy local and save on food miles, which means we take our vegetables from the local markets, and there are a lot that work well with British staples.”
    The Phoenix, in Mid-Levels, offers the widest interpretation ofBritish cuisine”, while still trying to maintain its soul. The gastro-pub has existed in various locations in Hong Kong since 2002. Singaporean head chef Tommy Teh Kum Chai offers daily specials on a blackboard, rather than sticking to a menu. This enables him to reinterpret British cuisine depending on what is available in the local markets.
    “We use a lot of ingredients that people wouldnt perhaps associate as British, but are presented in a British way. Bell peppers stuffed with couscous, alongside ratatouille, is a very popular dish.”
    Although the ingredients may not strike diners as being traditional, they can be found in dishes across Britain.
    Even the traditional chefs are aware of the need to adapt to local tastes and customs, while maintaining the Britishness of their cuisine.
    At Yorkshire Pudding, Hill says that his staff asks diners whether they would like to share their meals. Small dishes, shared meals andmixing it upis not something commonly done in Britain, but Yorkshire Pudding will bring full dishes to the table and offer individual plates for each diner.“That way, people still get the presentation of the dishes as they were designed, but can carve them up however they like,” Hill says.
    This practice is also popular at The Pawn, although largely for rotisseries(烤肉馆), Tamlyn says.“Some tables will arrive on a Sunday, order a whole chicken and a shoulder of lamb or a baby pig, and just stay for hours enjoying everything we bring out for them.”
    Some British traditions are too sacred(神圣的) to mess with, however, Tomes says.“Id never change a full English breakfast.”
    注意:此部分试题请在答题卡1上作答; 8-10题在答题卡1上。
    1. What is British food generally known for?
    [AIts unique flavour.  [CIts special cooking methods.
    [BIts bad taste.  [DIts organic ingredients.
    2. The Second World War led to ______ in Britain.
    [Aan inadequate supply of food  [Can increase in food import
    [Ba decrease of grain production [Da change in peoples eating habits
    3. Why couldnt Britain compete with some of its neighbouring countries in terms of food in the post-war decades?
    [AIts food lacked variety.  [CIt was short of well-trained chefs.
    [BIts people cared more for quantity.  [DIt didnt have flavourful food ingredients.
    4. With culinary improvement in recent years, Londons restaurants are now able to appeal to the tastes of ______.
    [Amost young people  [Call kinds of overseas visitors
    [Belderly British diners  [Dupper-class customers
    5. What do Hong Kong diners welcome, according to Welsh executive chef David Tamlyn?
    [AAuthentic classic cuisine. [CNew ideas and presentations.
    [BLocally produced ingredients. [DThe return of home-style dishes.
    6. While using quality ingredients, David Tamlyn insists that the dishes should ______.
    [Abenefit peoples health  [Cbe offered at reasonable prices
    [Blook beautiful and inviting  [Dmaintain British traditional tastes
    7. Why does Neil Tomes say he loves food ingredients from Britain?
    [AThey appeal to people from all over the world.  [CThey are processed in a scientific way.
    [BThey are produced on excellent organic farms.  [DThey come in a great variety.
    8. Tamlyn says that besides importing ingredients from Britain once a week, his restaurant also buys vegetables from _____________________________________________.
    9. The Phoenix in Mid-Levels may not use British ingredients, but presents its dishes ______________________________.
    10. Yorkshire Pudding is a restaurant which will bring full dishes to the table but offer plates to those diners who would like to __________________________________________________.

    Part III                                     Listening Comprehension (35 minutes
    Section A
    Directions: In this section, you will hear 8 short conversations and 2 long conversations. At the end of each conversation, one or more questions will be asked about what was said. Both the conversation and the questions will be spoken only once. After each question there will be a pause. During the pause, you must read the four choices markedA], [B], [CandD], and decide which is the best answer. Then mark the corresponding letter on Answer Sheet 2 with a single line through the centre.
    11. [AHe is careless about his appearance.  [CHe changes jobs frequently.
               [BHe is ashamed of his present condition.  [DHe shaves every other day.
    12. [AJane may be caught in a traffic jam.  [CHe knows what sort of person Jane is.
               [BJane should have started a little earlier.  [DHe is irritated at having to wait for Jane.
    13. [ATraining for the Mid-Atlantic Championships.  [CCollecting information about baseball games.
                [BMaking preparations for a trans-Atlantic trip.  [DAnalyzing their rivalson-field performance.
    14. [AHe had a narrow escape in a car accident.  [CHe lost his mother two weeks ago.
                 [BHe is hospitalized for a serious injury.  [DHe has been having a hard time.
    15. [AThe woman has known the speaker for a long time.  [CThe man is making a fuss about nothing.
               [BThe man had difficulty understanding the lecture.  [DThe woman thinks highly of the speaker.
    16. [AHe has difficulty making sense of logic.  [CThe woman should seek help from the tutoring service.
                [BStatistics and logic are both challenging subjects.  [DTutoring services are very popular with students.
    17. [AHer overcoat is as stylish as Jills.  [CJill wore the overcoat last week.
               [BJill missed her class last week.  [DShe is in the same class as the man.
    18.  [AA computer game.  [CAn exciting experience.
                [BAn imaginary situation.  [DA vacation by the sea.
    Questions 19 to 21 are based on the conversation you have just heard.
    19.  [ABeautiful scenery in the countryside. [CPain and pleasure in sports.
                [BDangers of cross-country skiing. [DA sport he participates in.
    20.  [AHe cant find good examples to illustrate his point.
               [BHe cant find a peaceful place to do the assignment.
               [CHe doesnt know how to describe the beautiful country scenery.
               [DHe cant decide whether to include the effort part of skiing.
    21.  [ANew ideas come up as you write.  [CA lot of effort is made in vain.
               [BMuch time is spent on collecting data.  [DThe writers point of view often changes.
    Questions 22 to 25 are based on the conversation you have just heard.
    22.  [AJournalist of a local newspaper.  [CProducer of television commercials.
               [BDirector of evening radio programs.  [DHostess of the weeklyBusiness World”.
    23.  [AHe ran three restaurants with his wifes help.  [CHe worked both as a cook and a waiter.
                [BHe and his wife did everything by themselves.  [DHe hired a cook and two local waitresses.
    24.  [AHe hardly needs to do any advertising nowadays.  [CHe spends huge sums on TV commercials every year.
                [BHe advertises a lot on radio and in newspapers.  [DHe hires children to distribute ads in shopping centers.
    25.  [AThe restaurant location.  [CThe food variety.
                [BThe restaurant atmosphere. [DThe food price.
    Section B
    Directions: In this section, you will hear 3 short passages. At the end of each passage, you will hear some questions. Both the passage and the questions will be spoken only once. After you hear a question, you must choose the best answer from the four choices markedA], [B], [CandD]. Then mark the corresponding letter on Answer Sheet 2 with a single line through the centre.
    注意: 此部分试题请在答题卡2上作答。
    Passage One
    Questions 26 to 28 are based on the passage you have just heard.
    26.  [AIts protection is often neglected by children.  [CThere are many false notions about it.
               [BIt cannot be fully restored once damaged.  [DThere are various ways to protect it.
    27.  [AIt may make the wearer feel tired.  [CIt can lead to the loss of vision in children.
                [BIt will gradually weaken the eyes of adults.  [DIt can permanently change the eye structure.
    28.  [AIt can never be done even with high technology.  [CIt is a major achievement in eye surgery.
                [BIt is the best way to restore damaged eyesight.  [DIt can only be partly accomplished now.
    Passage Two
    Questions 29 to 31 are based on the passage you have just heard.
    29.  [AThey think they should follow the current trend.  [CAdult day-care centers are easily accessible.
               [BNursing homes are well-equipped and convenient.  [DThey have jobs and other commitments.
    30.  [AThey dont want to use up all their life savings.  [CThey would like to spend more time with them.
                [BThey fear they will regret it afterwards.  [DThey dont want to see their husbands poorly treated.
    31.  [AProvide professional standard care. [CBe frank and seek help from others.
                [BBe affectionate and cooperative. [DMake full use of community facilities.
    Passage Three
    Questions 32 to 35 are based on the passage you have just heard.
    32.  [AHealth and safety conditions in the workplace.  [CCommon complaints made by office workers.
               [BRights and responsibilities of company employees.  [DConflicts between labor and management.
    33.  [AReplace its out-dated equipment.  [CFollow government regulations strictly.
               [BImprove the welfare of affected workers.  [DProvide extra health compensation.
    34.  [AThey requested to transfer to a safer department.  [CThey sought help from union representatives.
                [BThey quit work to protect their unborn babies.  [DThey wanted to work shorter hours.
    35.  [ATo show how they love winter sports.  [CTo protest against the poor working conditions.
                [BTo attract the attention from the media.  [DTo protect themselves against the cold weather.

    Section C
    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 numbered from 36 to 43 with the exact words you have just heard. For blanks numbered from 44 to 46 you are required to fill in the missing information. For these blanks, you can either use the exact words you have just heard or write down the main points in your own words. Finally, when the passage is read for the third time, you should check what you have written.
    Contrary to the old warning that time waits for no one, time slows down when you are on the move. It also slows down more as you move faster, which means astronauts(宇航员) someday may (36) _____________ so long in space that they would return to an Earth of the (37) _____________ future. If you could move at the speed of light, your time would stand still. If you could move faster than light, your time would move (38) _____________.
    Although no form of matter yet (39) _____________ moves as fast as or faster than light, (40) _____________ experiments have already confirmed that accelerated (41) _____________ causes a travelers time to be stretched. Albert Einstein (42) _____________ this in 1905, when he (43) _____________the concept of relative time as part of his Special Theory of Relativity. A search is now under way to confirm the suspected existence of particles of matter (44) ___________ _______________________________________________________.
    An obsession (沉迷) with timesaving, gaining, wasting, losing, and mastering it — (45) _____________________ ____________________________________________________. Humanity also has been obsessed with trying to capture the meaning of time. Einstein (46)_____________________________________________________________________ ___________. Thus, time and times relativity are measurable by any hourglass, alarm clock, or an atomic clock that can measure a billionth of a second.
    Part Ⅳ                   Reading Comprehension (Reading in Depth)    (25 minutes)
    Section A
    Directions: In this section, there is a passage with ten blanks. You are required to select one word for each blank from a list of choices given in a word bank following the passage. Read the passage through carefully before making your choices. Each choice in the bank is identified by a letter. Please mark the corresponding letter for each item on Answer Sheet 2 with a single line through the centre. You may not use any of the words in the bank more than once.
    Questions 47 to 56 are based on the following passage.
    The popular notion that older people need less sleep than younger adults is a myth, scientists said yesterday.
    While elderly people   47   to sleep for fewer hours than they did when they were younger, this has an)   48   effect on their brains performance and they would benefit from getting more, according to research.
    Sean Drummond, a psychiatrist (心理医生) at the University of California, San Diego, said that older people are more likely to suffer from broken sleep, while younger people are better at sleeping   49   straight through the night.
    More sleep in old age, however, is   50   with better health, and most older people would feel better and more   51   if they slept for longer periods, he said.
    “The ability to sleep in one chunk (整块时间) overnight goes down as we age but the amount of sleep we need to   52   well does not change,” Dr Drummond told the American Association for the Advancement of Science conference in San Diego.
    “Its   53   a myth that older people need less sleep. The more healthy an older adult is, the more they sleep like they did when they were   54  . Our data suggests that older adults would benefit from   55   to get as much sleep as they did in their 30s. Thats   56   from person to person, but the amount of sleep we had at 35 is probably the same amount as we need at 75.”
    [Aalert   [Iformally
    [Bassociated  [Jfunction
    [Cattracting  [Kmixed
    [Dcling  [Lnegative
    [Econtinuing  [Msufficient
    [Fdefinitely  [Ntend
    [Gdifferent  [Oyounger

    Section B
    Directions: There are 2 passages in this section. Each passage is followed by some questions or unfinished statements. For each of them there are four choices markedA], [B], [CandD]. You should decide on the best choice and mark the corresponding letter on Answer Sheet 2 with a single line through the centre.
    Passage One
    Questions 57 to 61 are based on the following passage.
    Several recent studies have found that being randomly (随机地) assigned to a roommate of another race can lead to increased tolerance but also to a greater likelihood (可能性) of conflict.
    Recent reports found that lodging with a student of a different race may decrease prejudice and compel students to engage in more ethnically diverse friendships.
    An Ohio State University study also found that black students living with a white roommate saw higher academic success throughout their college careers. Researchers believe this may be caused by social pressure.
    In a New York Times article, Sam Boakyethe only black student on his freshman year floorsaid thatif youre surrounded by whites, you have something to prove.”
    Researchers also observed problems resulting from pairing interracial students in residences.
    According to two recent studies, randomly assigned roommates of different races are more likely to experience conflicts so strained that one roommate will move out.
    An Indiana University study found that interracial roommates were three times as likely as two white roommates to no longer live together by the end of the semester.
    Grace Kao, a professor at Penn said she was not surprised by the findings. “This may be the first time that some of these students have interacted, and lived, with someone of a different race,” she said.
    At Penn, students are not asked to indicate race when applying for housing.
    “One of the great things about freshman housing is that, with some exceptions, the process throws you together randomly,” said Undergraduate Assembly chairman Alec Webley. “This is the definition of integration.”
    “Ive experienced roommate conflicts between interracial students that have both broken down stereotypes and reinforced stereotypes,” said one Penn resident advisorRA). The RA of two years added that while some conflictsprovided more multicultural acceptance and melding (融合),” there were alsojarring cultural confrontations.”
    The RA said that these conflicts have also occurred among roommates of the same race.
    Kao said she cautions against forming any generalizations based on any one of the studies, noting that more background characteristics of the students need to be studied and explained.
    注意: 此部分试题请在答题卡2上作答。
    57.  What can we learn from some recent studies?
    [AConflicts between students of different races are unavoidable.
    [BStudents of different races are prejudiced against each other.
    [CInterracial lodging does more harm than good.
    [DInterracial lodging may have diverse outcomes.
    58.  What does Sam Boakyes remark mean?
    [AWhite students tend to look down upon their black peers.
    [BBlack students can compete with their white peers academically.
    [CBlack students feel somewhat embarrassed among white peers during the freshman year.
    [DBeing surrounded by white peers motivates a black student to work harder to succeed.
    59.  What does the Indiana University study show?
    [AInterracial roommates are more likely to fall out.
    [BFew white students like sharing a room with a black peer.
    [CRoommates of different races just dont get along.
    [DAssigning studentslodging randomly is not a good policy.
    60.  What does Alec Webley consider to be thedefinition of integration”?
    [AStudents of different races are required to share a room.
    [BInterracial lodging is arranged by the school for freshmen.
    [CLodging is assigned to students of different races without exception.
    [DThe school randomly assigns roommates without regard to race.
    61.  What does Grace Kao say about interracial lodging?
    [AIt is unscientific to make generalizations about it without further study.
    [BSchools should be cautious when making decisions about student lodging.
    [CStudentsracial background should be considered before lodging is assigned.
    [DExperienced resident advisors should be assigned to handle the problems.
    Passage Two
    Questions 62 to 66 are based on the following passage.
    Global warming is causing more than 300,000 deaths and about $125 billion in economic losses each year, according to a report by the Global Humanitarian Forum, an organization led by Kofi Annan, the former United Nations secretary general.
    The report, to be released Friday, analyzed data and existing studies of health, disaster, population and economic trends. It found that human-influenced climate change was raising the global death rates from illnesses including malnutrition(营养不良) and heat-related health problems.
    But even before its release, the report drew criticism from some experts on climate and risk, who questioned its methods and conclusions.
    Along with the deaths, the report said that the lives of 325 million people, primarily in poor countries, were being seriously affected by climate change. It projected that the number would double by 2030.
    Roger Pielke Jr., a political scientist at the University of Colorado, Boulder, who studies disaster trends, said the Forums report wasa methodological embarrassmentbecause there was no way to distinguish deaths or economic losses related to human-driven global warming amid the much larger losses resulting from the growth in populations and economic development in vulnerable (易受伤害的) regions. Dr. Pielke said thatclimate change is an important problem requiring our utmost attention.” But the report, he said, “will harm the cause for action on both climate change an disasters because it is so deeply flawed (有瑕疵的).”
    However, Soren Andreasen, a social scientist at Dalberg Global Development Partners who supervised the writing of the report, defended it, saying that it was clear that the numbers were rough estimates. He said the report was aimed at world leaders, who will meet in Copenhagen in December to negotiate a new international climate treaty.
    In a press release describing the report, Mr. Annan stressed the need for the negotiations to focus on increasing the flow of money from rich to poor regions to help reduce their vulnerability to climate hazards while still curbing the emissions of the heat-trapping gases. More than 90% of the human and economic losses from climate change are occurring in poor countries, according to the report.
    注意: 此部分试题请在答题卡2上作答。
    62.  What is the finding of the Global Humanitarian Forum?
    [AGlobal temperatures affect the rate of economic development.
    [BRates of death from illnesses have risen due to global warming.
    [CMalnutrition has caused serious health problems in poor countries.
    [DEconomic trends have to do with population and natural disasters.
    63.  What do we learn about the Forums report from the passage?
    [AIt was challenged by some climate and risk experts.  [CIt was warmly received by environmentalists.
    [BIt aroused a lot of interest in the scientific circles.  [DIt caused a big stir in developing countries.
    64.  What does Dr. Pielke say about the Forums report?
    [AIts statistics look embarrassing.  [CIt deserves our closest attention.
    [BIt is invalid in terms of methodology.  [DIts conclusion is purposely exaggerated.
    65.  What is Soren Andreasens view of the report?
    [AIts conclusions are based on carefully collected data.
    [BIt is vulnerable to criticism if the statistics are closely examined.
    [CIt will give rise to heated discussions at the Copenhagen conference.
    [DIts rough estimates are meant to draw the attention of world leaders.
    66.  What does Kofi Annan say should be the focus of the Copenhagen conference?
    [AHow rich and poor regions can share responsibility in curbing global warming.
    [BHow human and economic losses from climate change can be reduced.
    [CHow emissions of heat-trapping gases can be reduced on a global scale.
    [DHow rich countries can better help poor regions reduce climate hazards.

    Part Ⅴ                                                       Cloze (15 minutes
    Directions: There are 20 blanks in the following passage. For each blank there are four choices markedA], [B], [CandDon the right side of the paper. You should choose the ONE that best fits into the passage. Then mark the corresponding letter on Answer Sheet 2 with a single line through the centre.
    When it comes to eating smart for your heart, stop thinking about short-term fixes and simplify your life with a straightforward approach that will serve you well for years to come.
    Smart eating goes beyond analyzing every bite of food you lift   67   your mouth.“In the past we used to believe that   68   amounts of individual nutrients(营养物) were the   69   to good health,”says Linda Van Horn, chair of the American Heart Associations Nutrition Committee. “But now we have a   70   understanding of healthy eating and the kinds of food necessary to   71   not only heart disease but disease   72   general,” she adds.
    Scientists now   73   on the broader picture of the balance of food eaten   74   several days or a week
    75   than on the number of milligrams (毫克) of this or that   76   at each meal.
    Fruits, vegetables and whole grains, for example, provide nutrients and plant-based compounds   77   for good health. “The more we learn, the more   78   we are by the wealth of essential substances they   79  ,”Van Horn continues,“and how they   80   with each other to keep us healthy.”
    Youll automatically be   81   the right heart-healthy track if vegetables, fruits and whole grains make   82   three quarters of the food on your dinner plate.   83   in the remaining one quarter with lean meat or chicken, fish or eggs.
    The foods you choose to eat as well as those you choose to   84   clearly contribute to your well-being. Without a   85  , each of the small decisions you make in this realm can make a big   86   on you health in the years to come.
    67.  [Abetween  [Cinside
                [Bthrough  [Dto
    68.  [Aserious  [Cspecific
               [Bsplendid [Dseparate
    69.  [Akey  [Clead
                [Bpoint              [Dcenter
    70.  [Astrict  [Ctypical
                [Bdifferent  [Dnatural
    71.  [Arescue  [Cforbid
                [Bprevent  [Doffend
    72.  [Ain                  [Cfor
                [Bupon  [Dby
    73.  [Aturn  [Cfocus
                [Bput  [Dcarry
    74.  [Aover  [Cwith
                [Balong  [Dbeyond
    75.  [Aother  [Crather
                [Bbetter  [Dsooner
    76.  [Aconveyed  [Centered
                [Bconsumed  [Dexhausted
    77.  [Avital  [Cvalid
                [Binitial  [Dradical
    78.  [Adisturbed  [Camazed
                [Bdepressed  [Damused
    79.  [Aretain  [Cattain
                [Bcontain  [Dmaintain
    80.  [Ainterfere  [Creckon
                [Binteract  [Drest
    81.  [Aat  [Con
                  [Bof  [Dwithin
    82.  [Aout  [Coff
               [Binto  [Dup
    83.  [AEngage  [CInsert
                 [BFill  [DPack
    84.  [Adelete  [Cavoid
                [Bhinder  [Dspoil
    85.  [Anotion  [Creason
                [Bhesitation  [Ddoubt
    86.  [Aoutcome  [Cimpact
                [Bfunction  [Dcommitment
    Part VI                                                  Translation (5 minutes
    Directions: Complete the sentences by translating into English the Chinese given in brackets. Please write your translation on Answer Sheet 2.
    注意: 此部分试题在答题卡2上; 请在答题卡2上作答。
    87.  The university authorities did not approve the regulation, __________________________________________________ ________________(也没有解释为什么).
    88.  Jane is tired of dealing with customer complaints and wishes that she ________________________________________ _____________________________________(能被分配做另一项工作).
    89.  John rescued the drowning child ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________(冒着自己生命危险).
    90.  George called his boss from the airport but it ____________________________________________________________ __________________________(接电话的却是他的助手).
    91.  Although he was interested in philosophy, ___________________________________________________________ __________(他的父亲说服他) majoring in law.