2001年1月大学英语四级

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1.
A)Get some change from Jane.
B)Go to look for a payphone.?
C)Use the woman's phone.
D)Pay for the phone call.?
2.
A)At an art gallery.
B)In a department store.?
C)At a bookstore.
D)In a workshop.?
3.
A)She will help the man to catch up.?
B)She is worried about the man's health.?
C)She has bought the man an up?to?date map.?
D)She's bought the man a pair of glasses today.?
4.
A)He is going to give a talk on fishing.
B)He is eager to meet Susan's parents.?
C)He has the same hobby as Susan's father.
D)He thinks fishing is a good way to kill time.?
5.
A)He finds the presentation hard to follow.
B)He speaks highly of the presentation.?
C)He considers the presentation very dull.
D)He thinks Professor White has chosen an interesting topic.
6.
A)A bookshelf.
B)A typewriter.?
C)Some stocks.
D)High quality paper.?
7.
A)They set off early.
B)They wait for a fine day.?
C)They go sightseeing.
D)They go to the seaside.?
8.
A)He liked to show off in class.?
B)He was the first person she met at school.?
C)He had a funny face.?
D)He was late for school on the first day.?
9.
A)Her car can stand any crash.
B)Her car is kept in good condition.?
C)Her car is not as good as his.
D)Her car is maintained as well as his.?
10.
A)She is too busy to go.
B)She's willing to go swimming.?
C)She doesn't want to wait long.
D)She enjoys the wonderful weather.   #p#副标题#e#
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 marked A), B), C), and D). Then mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center.
Passage One
Questions 11 to 13 are based on the passage you have just heard.
11.
A)He was a tax collector.
B)He was a government official.?
C)He was once a friend of the ruler.
D)He was once a shcool teacher in India.
12.
A)To reward outstanding tax collectors.?
B)To declare new ways of collecting tax.?
C)To collect money from the persons invited.
D)To entertain those who had made great contributions to the government.
13.
A)They were excused from paying income tax.?
B)They were given some silver and gold coins by the ruler.?
C)They tried to collect more money than the ruler asked for.?
D)They enjoyed being invited to dinner at the ruler's palace.?
Passage Two?
Questions 14 to 16 are based on the passage you have just heard.?
14.
A)They liked travelling.
B)The reasons are unknown.?
C)They were driven out of their homes.
D)They wanted to find a better place to live in.
15.
A)They are unfriendly to Gypsies.
B)They admire the musical talent of the Gypsies.?
C)They are envious of Gypsies.
D)They try to put up with Gypsies.?
16.
A)They are now taught in their own language.
B)They are now allowed to attend local schools.?
C)Special schools have been set up for them.
D)Permanent homes have been built for them.
Passage Three?
Questions 17 to 20 are based on the passage you have just heard.?
17.
A)The causes are familiar.
B)The causes are not well understood.?
C)The causes are obvious.
D)The causes are very complicated.
18.
A)Improved highway design.
B)Better public transportation.?
C)Regular driver training.
D)Stricter traffic regulations.?
19.
A)Highway crime.
B)Drivers' errors.
C)Poor traffic control.
D)Confusing road signs.?
20.
A)Increasing people's awareness of traffic problems.?
B)Enhancing drivers' sense of responsibility.?
C)Building more highways.?
D)Designing better cars.?  #p#副标题#e#

2001年1月大学英语四级考试试卷 参考答案及详细解答
Part I Listening comprehension
1.C\ 2.A \ 3.A \ 4.C\ 5.B\ 6.D\ 7.A \ 8.D \ 9.B\ 10.B?
11.D \ 12.C \ 13.C \ 14.B \ 15.A\ 16.C \ 17.D \ 18.A\ 19.B\ 20.D


2001年1月大学英语四级考试试卷 录音文字材料
PartListening Comprehension
Section A
1.M:Hi,Jane,do you have some changes?I have to make a call on the payphone.?
W:Payphone?Why not use my mobile?phone?Here you are.?
Q:What will the man most probably do??
2.M:Can you tell me the title of this oil painting??
W:Sorry,I don't know for sure,but I guess it is an early 18 century work.Let me look it up in the catalog.?
Q:Where does this conversation most probably take place??
3.M:I am worried about those classes I missed when I was sick.?
W:I will try to bring you up today on what we've done.?
Q:What does the woman mean??
4.W:Hey Dan.I hear you're meeting Susan's parents for the first time.?
M:Yeah,next weekend.Fortunately,her father loves to fish,so we will have so mething to talk about.?
Q:What can be infered about Dan??
5.W:Professor White's presentation seemed to go on forever.I was barely able to stay awake.?
M:How could you sleep through it?It is one of the best that I have ever heard on this topic.?
Q:What does the man think of Professor White's presentation?
?
6.W:I am looking for quality paper to type my essay.I don't see any on the shelf.?
M:I saw some in the stockroom this morning.I will go and check.?
Q:What does the woman want to buy??
7.M:It seems that we'll have another fine day tomorrow.Let's go to the seaside.?
W:O.K.But we'll have to leave very early,or else we'll get caught in the traffic.?
Q:What does the woman suggest??
8.M:Do you know James?He is in your class.?
W:Certainly.In fact he was the first person I got to know in my class.I still remember the look on his face when he showed up late on the first day of school.?
Q:Why did the woman remember James so well??
9.W:The man at the garage thinks that I take good care of my car.?
M:So do I. I can't see any scratches on the outside,and the inside is clean ,too.?
Q:What does the man think of the woman's car??
10.M:Wonderful day,isn't it? Want to join me for a swim??
W:If you don't mind waiting while I get prepared.?
Q:What does the woman mean??  #p#副标题#e#
Section B?
Passage One?
A friend of mine told me that when he was a young man,he went to work as a teacher in one of the states of India.One day,he received an invitation to dinner at the ruler's palace.Very pleased,he went to tell his colleagues.They laughed, and told him the meaning of the invitation.They had all been invited,and each person who was invited had to bring with him a certain number of silver and gold coins.The number of coins varied according to the person's position in the service of the government.My friend's income was not high,so he did not have much to pay.Each person bowed before the ruler,his gold went onto one hip,his silver went onto another hip.And in this way he paid his income tax for the year.This was a simple way of collecting income tax.The tax on property was also collected simply.The ruler gave a man the power to collect a tax from each owner of land or property in a certain area,if this man promised to pay the ruler a certain amount of money.Of course,the tax collector managed to collect more money than he paid to the ruler.The difference between the sum of money he collected and the sum of money he gave to the ruler was his profit.
11.What do we know about the speaker's friend??
12.What was the real purpose of the ruler's invitation??
13.What does the passage say about the tax collectors??
Passage Two?
Around the year 1000 A.D,some people from northwest India began to travel westward.Nobody knows why.After leaving their homes,they did not settle down again,but spent their lives moving from one place to another,their later generations are called the Romany people,or Gypsies.There're Gypsies all over the world,and many of them are still travelling with no fix homes.There are about 8,000,000 of them,including 3,000,000 in eastern Europe.Gypsies sometimes have a hard time in the countries where they travel,because they are different,people may be afraid of them,look down on them, or think that they are criminals. The Nazies treated the Gypsies cruelly,like the Jews,and nobody knows how many of them died in Hitler
's deathcamps.Gypsies have their own language Romany.They liked music and dancing.And they often work in fairs and travelling shows.Travelling is very importantto them,and many Gypsies are unhappy if they have to stay in one place.Becauseof this,it is difficult for Gypsy children to go to school,and Gypsies are often unable to read and write.In some places,the education authorities tried to arrange special travelling schools for Gypsy children,so that they can get the same education as other children.
14.Why did the ancestors of Gypsies leave their home??
15.What is the attitude of some people toward Gypsies??
16.What measure has been taken to help Gypsy children??
Passage Three
As the car industry develops,traffic accidents have become as familiar as the common code.Yet,their cause and control remain a serious problem that is difficult to solve.Experts have long recognized that this discouraging problem has multiple causes.At the very least,it is a problem that involves three factors:the driver,the vehicle,and the roadway.If all drivers exercise good judgement at all times,there would be few accidents.But that is rather like saying that if all people were honest,there would be no crime.Improved design has helped make highways much safer.But the type of accidents continued to rise because of human failure and an enormous increase in the numbers of automobiles on the road.Attention is now turning increasingly to the third factor of the accident,the car itself.Sincep eople assume that the accidents are bound to occur,they want to know how cars can be built better to protect the drivers.?
17.What does the speaker think of the causes of automobile accidents??
18.What measure has been taken to reduce car accidents??
19.What remains an important factor for the rising number of road accidents??
20.What is the focus of people's attentions today according to the passage?
 




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