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听说(II)机考测试
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一、Lecture(每题0分,共1道小题,总分值0分)
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Listen, and choose the best answer.
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* y, p* f9 x: v  D2 p) _" H# v(1)How does the professor explain the meaning of "nicknames"?(0.2分)
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" n( d  {1 x+ N1 L" [AThey are a common way of talking.
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BThey are a way to remember people's names.
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8 K$ l; ]: g1 P3 l' P' JCThey are special names we give to a person we are very friendly with.
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6 \- ]1 z( o9 I4 ^DThey are names used by children and adolescents.
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正确答案C9 J( Y" O  }, E& `& P7 }5 G

" }2 l4 G7 @2 @(2)What does the professor not say about the use of nicknames?(0.2分)! [/ o) H' \" ~) H
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AThey would be rude if used on someone who is not a family member or close friend.8 M5 G* l* U( _9 z. `5 s- U- [, G& ]
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CThey are necessary to communicate in formal situations.8 W6 B9 A$ R) `3 |
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DSometimes they do not sound very polite to other people.8 Z' Y8 Z, `/ X3 c) ]  q  a
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正确答案C
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; A3 o$ x' C0 _4 T2 H- Y7 r(3)What is the professor explaining in this lecture?(0.2分) www.op5u.com5 S6 e- B  b  R8 N8 `  d) C
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AHow to watch what we say.
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: M1 W; _2 i7 gBHow to ask questions.
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CHow to speak in informal situations with all kinds of people.* ?6 T, Y4 I) [$ w6 K. O, _  J

, c% p( S) t, A! jDHow to give the right answers.2 P6 X2 \# F" r9 h; @

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(4)According to the professor, the English language _____ (0.2分)1 A7 h' W- M" `! L8 q3 z
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Ahas special verb forms for formal statements only.* r9 ]. \: d7 y6 G3 [
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Bshows respect for the person we are talking to.
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Cis not as polite as other languages.
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(5)The professor does not say that we can show the difference between formal and informal statements in English by means of _____ (0.2分)4 C& y; h: k) \8 q+ B  s
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Asentence structure.! a' A7 W; V6 n. `1 w* X
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  L- r3 J& G* N! e3 ?$ oCtone of voice.
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Dspecial vocabulary.
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二、Conversation(每题0分,共1道小题,总分值0分)3 {$ c, @7 ?8 V0 @% b  J

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(1)Where do Pete and Jimmy meet?(0.2分), D. r4 G& w+ M( l
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(2)What informal greeting does Jimmy use?(0.2分)
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AWhat are you up to?1 Q$ |! ]/ h1 t0 k- A4 Y/ E
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BLong time no see.
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正确答案A
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(3)What does Pete imply when he says,"Mr. Jack, meet Jimmy"?(0.2分)( M  r5 j( ^3 h% e

4 [1 u  t" P) G5 cAJimmy wants to make friends with the dog.
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2 M' X. ^: T8 x3 nBMr. Jack is a person.1 h8 y0 J1 |" d1 G! p

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(4)Pete and Mr. Jack are on their way to _____(0.2分)
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Bthe lake to have a picnic.
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: G- a7 N" `# `7 M3 o4 [/ F  k(5)What does Jimmy offer to share with Pete? (0.2分)8 Q4 L( e# B: W+ k$ w5 w
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CA couple of apples he will buy from the man with the cart.
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DHis favorite crackers.
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三、Sequence(每题0分,共2道小题,总分值0分)
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Greg: Oh, hi, Janet. Hi, Mark. (1) _____
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Mark: Great, thanks. Just having lunch outside. How are things?
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Janet: That sounds like a nice, relaxing thing to do on a Saturday afternoon. (3) _____
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A.How are you both on this beautiful day?
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B.I’ll let you both enjoy your meal.
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E.My little one keeps me really busy!
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四、Compound Dictation(每题0分,共1道小题,总分值0分)
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正确答案 ①conversations
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正确答案actors bent their legs to kneel and pick up money that the audience threw on stage at the end of performance when they liked it2 h1 R* A0 [6 u* M$ U
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正确答案action of kneeling and bending was called “breaking a leg” in the past, and so was something positive
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