PART I LISTENING COMPREHENSION
SECTION A MINI-LECTURE
1. power and dominance
2. opening up
3. closing up
5. occupying place
7. bodies and minds
8 assertive, confident, optimistic
9. thoughts and feelings 或 different people
10. opportunity to gamble
11. dominance hormone
12. stress hormone
13. assertive, confident, stress-reactive
14. change outcomes
15. do the best
SECTION B INTERVIEW
1. What do the speakers mainly talk about?
A. Environmental issues.
2. What does the woman think of global warming?
C. It is just a temporary variation.
3. What is the man mainly concemed about?
B. Negative human impact on the environment.
4. What do the speakers both agree about on the topic?
c. Humans are damaging the earth.
5. What is the woman' s attutde toward the topic?
6. According to the woman, what is the biggest problem in teaching disciplinary literacy?
c. Teachers misunderstanding of such literacy.
7. What does disciplinary literacy really mean?
A. Abilities to complete challenging tasks.
8. What would a more disciplinary assessment ask students to do?
C. Examining sources of information.
9. Which is the best practice in teacher training institutions to promote disciplinary literacy teaching?
D. Designing learming strategies with experts from both sides。
10. What is the purpose of the interview?
c. To explain a problem.
PART II READING COMPREHENSION
11. Wilhelm hoped he 1ookeđ all right on his way to the 1obby because he wanted to.
D. disguise his low spirit
12. Wilhelm had something in common with the old guests in that they all_
c. idled their time away
13. How did Wilhelm feel when he was crossing the lobby (Para. 2)?
A. He felt something ominous was coming.
14. Which Part of Rubin's clothes made him look particularly awkward (Para. 4)?
B. The cuffs.
15. What can we learn from the author s description of W ilhelm' s clothes?
D. The clothes he wore never quite matched.
16. Which of the following is NOT the author 's opinion on Ben Day and his Sun (Para. 2)?
D Ben Day had striven for better coverage.
17. Which of the following statements is CORRECT about Greeley's or Bennett's political stance (Para. 3)?
C. Bennett, as an independent, loathed established values.
18. Which of the following figures of speech was used to describe Greeley's manner of walking (Para. 4)?
19. In Para.5 Bennett was depicted as a man who.
B. possessed a great aptitude for journalism
20. How was Greeley different from Bennett according to Para. 6?
c. He got initial support from a political party.
21. Which of the following words is NOT intended to suggest approval of bandits?
B. Claimed (Para. 4).
22. Of the following reasons which is the LEAST likely one for becoming bandits?
B. They wanted to help the poor country folk
23. "... began their careers harshly victimized" (Para. 9) means that they.
A. had received excessive ill. treatment
24. What has made bandits suitable as film heroes is that they.
D. protest against injustice and inequality
25. In ... and there was a certain amount of evidence to back him up ( Para. 1)", what does evidence" refer to?
His acting experience and his 1ook.
26. What is Wilhelm's characteristic that has never changed all those years according to Para.6?
He is eharming still.
27. Summarize in your own words the meaning of the italicized part in the last sentence of Para. 2.
Journalism was an independent profession that appeals to editors.
28. What does .. but he seldom gave comfort to his chosen party" mean according to the context (Para. 3)?
He seldom cared about his chosen party.
29. What is the similarity between Bennett and Greeley according to Paras. 4 and 5?
Impolite, eccentric, not a gentleman, unlike a sucessful editor.
30. Write down TWO features of the idealist patten (Para. 9).
A victim of injustice, admired by his people.
31. What does hope" mean according to the context (Para.10)?
To fight for equality and justice.
32. What does He is an individual who refuses to bend his back" mean (Para. 11)?
He never surendered to the office power.
PART III LANGUAGE USAGE