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    Simulated College English Test 9
    ----Band Four----

    Part I Listening Comprehension (20 minutes)
    Section A Conversations
    Directions (omit)
    1. A. 4 pills. B. 6 pills. C. 8 pills. D. 10 pills.
    2. A. He is tired of routine work.
    B. He feels ill.
    C. He had something special.
    D. He has just had his dinner.
    3. A. They like classical music very much.
    B. The man is sleepy.
    C. The man is not interested in classical music.
    D. They will go to the concert together.
    4. A. Everyone loves to go to Dave’s party.
    B. They‘ll go to Dave’s party together.
    C. The woman is ill and hasn’t recovered.
    D. The woman doesn’t want to go to the party with the man.
    5. A. Tom’s. B. Bill’s. C. The two speakers’. D. John’s.
    6. A. The man thinks his car is OK.
    B. The man thinks he needs a better car.
    C. The man is not sure about his trip to East.
    D. The woman wants to go with them.
    7. A. Shopping. B. Study. C. Running. D. Food.
    8. A. The woman will be in her office this afternoon.
    B. The woman has invited the man to dinner.
    C. The man has some questions to ask the woman.
    D. The man will help the woman with her housework.
    9. A. A dentist. B. A cook. C. A surgeon. D. A physician.
    10. A. The profession hasn’t decided whom to choose.
    B. The students haven’t chosen their professor.
    C. It is not certain whether the trip will take place.
    D. It is not decided whether the students will come along.

    Section B (1) Passages
    Directions (omit)
    Passage One
    Questions 11 to 13 are based on the following passage .
    11. A. He was stuck by lightning.
    B. He had a car accident.
    C. He was very old.
    D. He fell down in his yard.
    12. A. His wife. B. A clock. C. A tree. D. Lightning.
    13. A. A fall from the tree.
    B. The unexpected return of his wife.
    C. Another flash of lightning.
    D. Another heavy blow.

    Passage Two
    Questions 14 to 16 are based on the following passage:
    14. A. How to prepare ourselves to read.
    B. Reading fast is very important.
    C. Skimming is necessary when reading.
    D. Don’t be absent-minded when reading.
    15. A. Because reading materials are boring.
    B. Because we can think fast than we can read.
    C. Because we don’t understand the title.
    D. Because we always think about the content of the chapter.
    16. A. Because we have to answer them after we have finished it.
    B. Because questions help us read faster.
    C. Because questions help us understand more.
    D. Because questions help concentration and give us a purpose for reading.

    Passage Three
    Questions 17 to 20 are based on the following passage:
    17. A. It uses its trunk to fight.
    B. It uses its trunk to get water to drink.
    C. It uses its trunk to make a path through the jungle.
    D. It uses its trunk to pull leaves off trees to eat.
    18. A. Some Africans hunted elephants just for tusks.
    B. They are very precious.
    C. They are the decoration of elephants.
    D. They are made into many beautiful things.
    19. A. He had to pay a lot of money to keep it.
    B. He could not make it work or kill it.
    C. He must pay much attention to it.
    D. Both A and B.
    20. A. A useless thing.
    B. A useless elephant.
    C. A useless person.
    D. A useless pet.
    Section B (2) Spot Dictation
    Directions: (omit)
    Good driving can only be learned (1)___________________________, and a strong desire. To be a skillful driver, you must (2)__________________________________ so that you can see not only (3)___________________________, but also (4)___________________of you and behind you. Concentration is one of the most important elements in (5)____________________________________. The driver's seat is (6)________________________________or window-shopping. Nor is it a place for a (7)_______________________, or (8)_________________. Driving an automobile is (9)_______________________________. It requires your (10)___________________________________________.

    Section B (3) Compound Dictation
    Directions: (omit)
    Good afternoon. I’m Doris Don, housing (S1) here at the university. I’m visiting all the (S2) this week to inform students about check-out (S3) . I know you have a lot on your minds with (S4) coming up, but there are a few things you need to be
    (S5) of as you prepare to leave for vacation. This building will be closed during the summer months and will reopen on Sept 1. You must vacate your room by Jun3. Even if you’re (S6) for classes during the summer you must leave the building by June the third. If this poses a problem for you, you should (S7) my office as soon as possible. You should remember to turn in your room key before you leave. (S8)
    I’ll be passing out a form for you to fill out concerning the condition of your room, (S9)

    That way, our summer maintenance crew will know where to make repairs before the next school year starts. (S10)

    Now please take one of the forms as they are passed around.

    Part II Reading Comprehension (35 minutes)
    Directions: (omit)
    Passage A
    The physicist investigating the relationship between time and space, the chemist exploring the properties of a new substance, the biologist probing the mysteries of the continuity of life, and the anthropologist(人类学家)searching for human origins share a common trait, curiosity. Not that nonscientists are not curious; most people possess this characteristic. The scientist, however, uses a specific method to make researches into these enigmatic(谜一样的)problems --- the scientific method.
    Unfortunately, science and its method are misunderstood. The multiplication of our knowledge in medicine and technology has led to the idea that science can cure all and explain all and that only enough time, money and intelligence are needed. In truth, science cannot provide all answers. In fact, many phenomena are not even subject to scientific explanations.
    On the other side of the coin, science has been attacked as a cause of most contemporary problems. It is said to be responsible for the depersonalization(使失去个性) of the individual, for stripping (夺去) creativity from human behavior, and for creating massive threats to the species through