B students usually take an active part in a lectureC more knowledge is covered in a lectureD there is a larger group of people interested in lesson16.A The pictures of night view are really better than he expectedB He didn’t know how he finished his role in the playC The film hasn’t been processed yetD He didn’t have enough film17. A He often complains. B he is a short person.C He is worried about something. D He is a happy sort of person.18. A He can’t miss the bank. B She forgot to tell him one thing.C It’s no use going there. D The bank is close to the corner.Questions 19-21 are based on the conversation you have just heard19. A A vacation trip to Yellowstone ParkB A lecture by a visiting professorC Her biology thesisD A research project on Yellowstone Park20. A More buffalo are surviving the winterB Fewer buffalo are dying of diseaseC More buffalo are being bornD Fewer buffalo are being killed by hunters21. A She is from Wyoming and eager to visit Yellowstone ParkB She needs the money to continue her studyingC She has been studying ani*l diseasesD Her thesis adviser is heading the projectQuestions 22-25 are based on the conversation you have just heard.22.A) She knew about it by reading a booklet.B) She knew about it by reading a student union introduction.C) She knew about it by reading a newspaper.D) She knew about it by reading a *gazine.23.A) Because they want to preserve the natural beauty of the campus.B) Because they want to protect the students’ right for living space.C) Because they want to conserve the place for future use.D) Because they want to sell the place for a better price.24. A) They will organize a meeting to discuss a proposal.B) They will organize a protest to express their opposition.C) They will organize an appeal-letter signing activity.D) They will organize a *rch around the campus.25. A) She will participate in the protest.B) She will sign the appeal letter.C) She will take part in a meeting of the Student Action Union.D) She will attend her class as usual.Section BDirections: 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 *rked A), B), C) and D). Then *rk the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet 2 with a single line through the centre.Passage OneQuestions 26 to 28 are based on the passage you have just heard.26. A How much exercise they get every day?B What they are most worried about?C How long their parents accompany them daily?D What entertainment they are interested in?27. A get enough entertainmentB have more activitiesC receive early educationD have regular checkups28. A be no place for playB be near a common areaC have no TV setsD have a computer for studyPassage TwoQuestions 29-32 are based on the passage you have just heard.29. A) To look for two of her close friends.B) To stay at home and study.C) To share an apartment with friends.D) To move out and live alone.30. A) She couldn’t find a good place to stay.B) Her friend and she couldn’t afford the rent.C) A friend left her for work’s sake.D) She quarreled with her friends.31. A) Because her home was far way form school.B) Because her parents asked her to do so.C) Because she was bored living outside.D) Because the place where she lived caught fire.32. A) Because she was disappointed in the college.B) Because she kept moving all the time and couldn’t concentrate on studying.C) Because her home was too far away from school and it was inconvenient.D) Because she was not interested in study at all.Passage ThreeQuestions 33-35 are based on the passage you have just heard.33. A) Italian people.B) Ger*n people.C) British people.D) French people.34. A) Wash the dishes.B) Have her own meal.C) Make plans for other activities.D) Serve some wine.35. A) OddB) CrazyC) RegularD) Ro*nticSection CDirections: 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 infor*tion. For these blanks, you can either use the exact words you have just heard or write down the *in points in your own words. Finally, when the passage is read for the third time, you should check what you have written.The Ro*ns built great “aqueducts” to carry fresh water from the mountains to the cities. Many of these aqueducts are still standing today. The Ro*n (36) _____even set up a (37)___ health service. They built the first great public hospitals in Europe, and they paid doctors to look after poor people.When the Ro*n Empire fell to pieces, these (38) _____ methods of treatment (39) _____ from most of Europe, for more than a thousand years. People went back to the old ways. They lived in dirty conditions, which helped to cause diseases; and they asked God to cure the (40) _____. They shut up (41) _____ sick people in prisons. Or they burnt them alive because they were supposed to have (42) _____ powers. But the work of the Greek and Ro*n doctors was not lost.Over a thousand years ago, the Arabs moved into *ny of the Mediterranean countries. They took big parts of the old (43)_____ lands. (44) ______________________________ Arab doctors themselves *de *ny new discoveries.(45)___________________________________________ Slowly, European doctors discovered again the things that the Greeks and Ro*ns had known so long ago. (46) ____________________________参考答案：11-15 CCAAA16-20 DACDA21-25 CCABD26-30 DBCCC31-35 DBDAC36. Emperors37. government38 .civilized39. disappeared40. diseases41. mentally42. *gic43. Ro*n44. They translated the Greek and Ro*n medical books into Arabic.45. When civilization at last came back to Europe, men once again translated the Greek and Ro*n works on medicine into Latin.46. Slowly, they began to *ke new discoveries and found out more about the way the body works.