1. 考试时间 120 分钟，试卷满分 140 分。
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Ⅰ. Listening Comprehension
Directions: In Section A, you will hear ten short conversations between two speakers.
Al the end of each conversation, a question will be asked about what was said. The
conversations and the questions will be spoken only once. After you hear a
conversation and the question about it, read the four possible answers on your paper,
and decide which one is the best answer to the question you have heard.
A. A restaurant.
B. A pet shop.
C. A parking garage.
D. A park.
【原文】W: The restaurant is next to the pet shop.
M: I know. If we can’t find a place to park, we might miss our dinner reservation.
Q: What are the two speakers probably looking for?
A. She has fixed the computer.
B. She has replaced the monitor.
C. She has removed the mouse.
D. She has given a computer lesson.
【原文】W: That should do it! All those viruses have been removed. No wonder you
couldn’t operate your computer properly.
M: I couldn’t tell what was wrong with it. I had thought it was the mouse or the
Q: What has the woman just done?
A. She did it out of passion.
B. She did it out of necessity.
C. She wanted to become a fashion designer.
D. She was a successful businesswoman.
【原文】M: You are a successful fashion designer now. What made you think of designing
your own clothes in the first place?
W: Well, as you can see, I’m very tall and I couldn’t find clothes that fit me
in the ordinary shops.
Q: Why did the woman think of designing her own clothes?
A. Manager and clerk.
B. Teacher and student.
C. Saleswoman and customer.
D. Official and citizen.
【原文】W: Alex! I’m just going through the report and I have a question. That figure
you’ve got for 2019, are you sure it’s correct?
M: Let me check. I’m just opening the file. Em, I think I’ll need to look back
into it. Can I get back to you later today?
Q: What is the probable relationship between the two speakers?
A. He will be too nervous to make his point.
B. He will get up the courage to ask Rite out.
C. If he fails to ask Rita out, he will live in fear.
D. If he asks Rita out, he will definitely be rejected.
【原文】W: You should definitely ask Rita out. Sometimes it’s better to live life
M: You have got a good point. I need to get over my fear of rejection.
Q: What does the man mean?
A. Jenny didn’t pick up the package.
B. Jenny missed the last bus home.
C. Jenny ran into her friend in the post office.
D. Jenny regretted having chatted with her friend.
【原文】M: Jenny, did you pick up the package from the post office?
W: Oh, no. I was on my way there when I ran into my friend, Betty. I chatted with
her until her bus arrived, and then I forgot all about the package.
Q: What can we learn from the conversation?
【原文】M: Hey, Lisa, calm down. What’s going on?
W: I have just finished a presentation with Gary. First, he was late. Second, he
left the file in his dorm. He really drove me crazy.
Q: How does Lisa feel?
A. He will spend more time searching for a present.
B. His present is surely better than the woman’s.
C. The woman is known for being competitive.
D. The woman should not attend Rob’s birthday party.
【原文】W: I need to try to find something for Rob’s birthday that’s even better
than your present!
M: You’re competitive, but I doubt you’ll find something better!
Q: What does the man imply?
A. She has forgotten the address of the dry cleaner nearby.
B. She has got used to cleaning and ironing the clothes herself.
C. She thinks dry cleaning costs too much money and time.
D. She thinks dry cleaning ruins the fabrics of the clothes.
【原文】M: Why are you ironing our clothes? I thought you were going to send them
to the dry cleaner from now on. Professional dry cleaning preserves clothes better.
W: I know I should. Dry cleaning isn’t that expensive, and it really saves a lot
of time. I guess old habits die hard.
Q: Why doesn’t the woman send the clothes to the dry cleaner?
A. Their home was broken into lately.
B. Their home alarm system is
C. A violent storm is approaching.
D. Their home is securely locked.
【原文】W: Make sure you lock the front and back doors securely tonight.
M: I already did. I locked the windows too. If someone tries to enter, the alarm
will go off. Q: What can we learn from the conversation?
Directions: In Section B, you will hear two short passages and one longer
conversation, and you will be asked several questions on each of the passages and
the conversation. The passages and the conversation will be read twice, but the
questions will be spoken only once. When you hear a question, read the four possible
answers on your paper and decide which one would be the best answer to the question
you have heard.
A. On August 18, 2021.
B. On December 15th, 2021.
C. On January 20th, 2022.
D. On December 14th, 2021.
A. She flew day and night to break the record.
B. Her favourite part of the journey was across Siberia.
C. She thought about nothing else but flying during the journey.
D. Bad weather along the way forced her to land in Taipei.
A. To major in electrical engineering.
B. To honor the tradition of her family.
C. To encourage girls to become STEM teachers.
D. To inspire girls to pursue their flying dreams.
【原文】Teenager pilot Zara Rutherford has become the youngest woman to fly solo
around the world. The 19-year-old set off from Belgium on August 18, 2021 and landed
back there on 20 January. Her journey took her across five continents in five months
in an ultralight plane.
Unable to fly at night or in clouds, Rutherford was often racing against time
and the weather. To overcome her fears, she focused on flying. “It’s about living
in the present,” she said. The scariest part of the journey was flying across Siberia,
where temperatures can often reach -50 ° C in winter.
It was beautiful but
frightening. She also met lots of great and friendly people along the way.
Surprisingly, one of her stops in Asia was Taipei City. Rutherford landed at Songshan
Airport on December 14. She stayed for one night before flying out the next day.
Rutherford, who went to school in Winchester, England, comes from a family of
pilots and got her flying licence at 17. “It’s a dream I’ve had my entire life,
to fly in a plane around the world,” she said. The previous youngest woman to fly
around the world solo was American Shaesta Waiz, who was 30.
Rutherford now plans to go to university to study electrical engineering. She
said that the purpose of taking up the challenge was to encourage other girls to
become pilots and study STEM subjects, which are science, technology, engineering
11. When did Rutherford leave Taipei after a temporary stop there?
12. What can be learned about her flight?
13. Why did she take up the challenge of flying solo around the world?
A. The adventure of a robot on a deserted island.
B. A robot’s reunion with its long lost friends.
C. The rich animal world through the eyes of a robot.
D. The escape story of a robot from a deserted island.
A. She is broken and damaged in the accident.
B. She is brought back to life by a group of sea lions.
C. She is frightened at the sight of island animals.
D. She is delivered to the island as an experiment subject.
A. They fight for limited resources.
B. They speak each other’s language.
C. Roz and the island animals trust each other.
D. Roz feeds animals with advanced programming.
【原文】The Wild Robot is a novel for young readers that was written by Peter
Brown. It tells the story of Roz, a robot that learns to live among the animals on
a deserted island.
Roz is manufactured as one of five hundred identical robots. When their cargo
ship is wrecked at sea, she is the only one to survive. All the other robots are
broken or lost in the accident. Roz washes up on the shore of an island, where she
is found by a group of sea lions. The sea lions accidentally push her activation
button, and Roz wakes up. The creatures are frightened, and they run away. Roz is
left alone to discover her new home.
During the time Roz lives on the island, she learns to imitate the animals. She
studies their language, gains their trust, and seeks their advice for survival. This
provides an interesting look at what might happen when technology and nature are
in contact with each other. The book is dedicated to all the robots of the future,
and it makes us wonder if robots like Roz could ever find a place to belong in our
14. What is the novel the Wild Robot about? (A)
15. What can we learn about Roz, the robot? (B)
16. How does Roz get along with the island animals? (C)
17. A. Profitable.
A. Look for new ingredient suppliers.
B. Lower the salary of full-time workers.
C. Offer fewer dishes on the menu.
D. Switch to lower quality products.
A. She will agree with the man’s decision.
B. She will close the business for good.
C. She will cross the bridge to avoid it.
D. She will try to figure out ways to deal with it.
A. Updating the menu to improve food quality.
B. Reducing cost of running the restaurant.
C. Attracting more customers to the restaurant.
D. Expanding business to bring in more profits.
【原文】W: So are we still making a profit?
M: For the time being, yes. Overall, the economy is improving, but now the cost of
ingredients is rising. If we don’t get more customers soon, we may need to start
cutting costs over the next few weeks.
W: That’s what I was thinking. But frankly, I don’t want to reduce the quality
of our food. M: But if we don’t switch ingredients, then we only have two other
W: What are the two options?
M: Well, in the short term, we can save money by cutting items from our menu. Recently,
the sandwiches and steaks haven’t been selling very well.