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    Simulated College English Test 7
    ----Band Four----
    试卷一

    Part I Listening Comprehension (20 minutes)
    Section A Conversations
    Directions: (omit)
    1. A. He likes biology enough to continue with it.
    B. His grades in science courses are very good.
    C. He doesn’t take enough courses in biology.
    D. He doesn’t want to take any more science courses.
    2. A. He thinks the meeting is not very good.
    B. He thinks that the meeting will continue the following week.
    C. He thinks the woman probably won’t attend it.
    D. The man does not want to go to the meeting.
    3. A. Nobody came to see the new baby.
    B. No good name has been found for the baby.
    C. The couple haven't decided whether they would have a baby.
    D. The baby hasn’t arrived yet.
    4. A. Teacher-Student.
    B. Salesman-Customer.
    C. Employer-Employee.
    D. Father-Daughter.
    5. A. 9:30. B. 20:30. C. 9:20. D. 11:40.
    6. A. The man was repairing his car.
    B. There was something wrong with the man’s car.
    C. The man’s car was not available.
    D. The man drove the woman to the supermarket.
    7. A. The man must have dialed the wrong telephone number.
    B. The name “Robinson” sounds very strange.
    C. The woman was a newcomer and she had never heard of the name.
    D. The woman was very rude to the man.
    8. A. Keep her company.
    B. Sing together with her.
    C. Play the piano.
    D. Teach her to sing.
    9. A. Save money now.
    B. Not to buy a new car.
    C. Buy a second-hand car.
    D. Tell the woman to make her own decision.
    10. A. She disagrees with the man.
    B. She thinks smoking is interesting.
    C. She doesn’t mind if people smoke in her office.
    D. She agrees with the man.

    Section B(1) Passages
    Directions (omit)
    Passage One
    Questions 11 to 12 are based on the passage you have just heard.
    11. A. She was seriously ill. C. Her parents taught her to write.
    B. She began to read. D. She could speak.
    12. A. She was a very beautiful teacher.
    B. She herself had some physical defects.
    C. She found that Helen Keller was easy to teach.
    D. She had a very good education.
    13. A. Helen Keller was very fortunate to have Miss Sullivan as her teacher.
    B. Helen’s parents were very sorry to have a dumb daughter.
    C.Helen received college education in spite of her physical disadvantage.
    D. Helen had enough courage to face her problem.

    Passage Two
    Questions 14 to 16 are based on the passage you have just heard.
    14. A. Elena was often absent-minded in class.
    B. Elena didn’t listen to her teacher’s warning.
    C. Elena didn’t work hard for the important test.
    D. Elena centered all her attention on her lessons.
    15. A. Honest. B. Attentive. C. Dishonest. D. Hard-working.
    16. A. She failed the test.
    B. She worked out all the problems.
    C. She passed the exam with the help of her classmate.
    D. She was caught cheating by her teacher.

    Passage Three
    Questions 17 to 20 are based on the passage you have just heard.
    17. A. The burning of different types of fossil fuels.
    B. An unexpected effect of changes in the atmosphere.
    C. Warnings by scientists not to use fertilizers.
    D. New trees recently discovered.
    18. A. It has decreased steadily.
    B. It has been stable.
    C. It has been changing.
    D. It has increased greatly.
    19. A. Record-keeping. C. Tree growth.
    B. Rainfall. D. Fertilizers.
    20. A. The increased fertilization of trees.
    B. The increased oxidation of coal.
    C. The reduced burning of fuels.
    D. The reduction of the amount of fossils.

    Section B(2) Spot Dictation
    Directions: (omit)
    To quickly review the (1) in Chapter 7, the most important part of (2) is the brain. The brain controls most of the body’s activities. Messages, between the brain and spinal cord, are carried by nerves which are (3) called nerve cells. Nerve cells are found in the brain, spinal cord, spinal nerves and (4) we use to (5) . Nerve cells have long striking fibers (6) . These fibers have branched ends (7) . Remember that nerve cells are so small that they (8) . But one fiber from a nerve cell may (9) . There are many kinds of nerve cells and this chapter (10)
    .

    Section B(3) Compound Dictation
    Directions: (omit)
    The French family meal is (S1) an important time of togetherness. Problems and ideas are (S2) while everyone enjoys the meal. Since this is an important part of the day for each member of the family, they each make a point of (S3) time for this meal, which may last from two to four hours. During this time the family may talk together about the day’s events, (S4) plans, events in the news, and so on. Most French families have this large meal at noon. However, in cases where the father or children do not come home during the middle of the day, the family (S5) together in the evening. Food is a very important part of the French way of life. The (S6) French family spends almost half their money on food. The family meal is (S7) important to the mother since she has spent much of her day shopping for and preparing the food with care. (S8)
    (S9)
    (S10)


    Part II Reading Comprehension (35 minutes)
    Directions: (omit)
    Passage A
    In the immediate post-war years, the city of Birmingham scheduled some 50,000 small working class cottages as slums due for demolition. Today that process is nearly complete. Yet it is clear that, quite apart from any question of race, an environmental problem remains. The expectation built into the planning policies of 1945 was that in the foreseeable future the city would be a better place to live in. But now that slum clearance has run its course, there seems to be universal agreement that the total environment where the slums once stood is more depressing than ever.
    For the past ten years the slum clearance areas have looked like bomb sites. The buildings and places which survive do so on islands in a sea of rubble and ash. When the slum were there they supported an organic community life and each building, each activity, fitted in as part of the whole. But now that they have been destroyed, nothing meaningful appears to remain, or rather those activities which do go on do not seem to have any meaningful relation to the place. They happen to be there because it is an empty stage which no one is using any more.
    Typical of the inner-city in this sense is the Birmingham City Football Ground. Standing in unsplendid isolation on what is now wasteland on the edge of Small Heath, it brings into the area a stage army on twenty or so Saturdays a year who come and cheer and then go away again with little concern any more for the place where they have done their cheering. Even they, however, have revolted recently. ‘The ground’ says the leader of the revolt, ‘is a slum’, thus putting his finger on the fact that the demolition of houses creates rather than solves problems of the inner-city.
    A new element has now come upon the scene in the inner-city in the form of the tower block. Somehow it doesn’t seem to be what Le Corbusier and the planners who wrote those post-war Pelicans intended. The public
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