Part 1 Oral Communication (15 minutes 10 points)
(1)B. (2)A. (3) C.
(4) C. (5)B . (6)A .
(7)D (8)C (9)B (10) A
Part II Vocabulary (10 minutes, 10 points)
11. C 12.C 13.B 14.C 15.D
16.D 17.A 18.C 19.B 20.A
Part III Reading Comprehension (45 minutes, 25 points)
21-25 A C B D B
26-30 A A C B D
31-35 D D B D C
36-40 . D C B C C
41-45. A D B A C
Part IV Cloze (10 minutes, 10 points)
46-50. B B B C D
51-55. D A A D C
Part V: Text Completion (20 minutes, 20 points)
56-58．C A B
59-61. C B A
62-64. B C A
65-67. C B A
68-71. B D C A
72-75 B A C D
Part VI Translation (20 minutes, 10 points)
PartⅡ Writing (30 minutes, 15 points)
The Possibility of Using Mobile Phone to Study English (or Any Other Subject)
As modern technology is making mobile phones more and more “intelligent”, they tend to become handy tools to obtain information from a vast variety of on-line resources. So it becomes increasingly possible for us to use them as convenient tools to study English.
When you need to improve your spoken English, you can download conversations, movies or even live English programs wherever there is Wi-Fi service. If you feel like learning writing skills, you could also surge on line for amazing passages which take you on a trip of skillful writings in English. In case that you should study English for academic advancement, you will find mobile phones equally powerful. It makes it available for you to have a person-to-person conversation with your professor, who is currently visiting another country, on your paper for modern literature!
So it is without any doubt that mobile phones are becoming attractive gadgets, if properly used, for people who want to study English or any other subject. As they become smarter and ever more handy, there is much potentiality that they might one day take the place of computer or even classroom for our future study!