SECTION 1: LISTENING TEST （45 minutes）
Part A: Spot Dictation
Directions: In this part of the test, you will hear a passage and read the same passage with blanks in it. Fill in each of the blanks with the word or words you have heard on the tape. Write your answer in the corresponding space in your ANSWER BOOKLET. Remember you will hear the passage ONLY ONCE.
As crime skyrockets in many communities, people are finally beginning to look for long-lasting. Effective answers to stem the tide of juvenile crime. Reaching the youth who have committed a crime before they become ________（1） is an essential step in reversing the crime trend. One _______（2） may be the establishment of teen court.
Teen court is known as a sentencing court for youths who have _______（3）。 Teen courts primarily deal with first-time offenders. After arrest, the young offender must _________（4） to the charge in juvenile court. With ________（5）， the offender agrees to be sentenced and abide by the decision of peer jury __________（6）。 Another essential component to teen court is that, as part of the sentence, the offender must sit in on one of more future peer juries to _________（7） for other offenders. For example, a county teen court in Illinois gives young offenders a chance to ________（8） their arrests from their permanent record by _________（9） or other duties ordered by the court. Teen court is not a trial court. All teens admit their guilt and _________（10） a sentence given to them by a jury of their peers. A judge is present to _________（11） of the court.
The teen court alleviates the strain on the _________（12） and has been implemented in __________（13） since the first teen court opened in Odessa, Texas. Beside giving the offender a second chance, it gives the youth_________（14） in the judicial process.
The purpose of the teen court, aside from sentencing youth offenders, is to ________（15）both the offenders and the teen volunteers while simultaneously promoting __________（16） between defendants, the community, and the police. By offering this _________（17） system, teen court allows those teens who have made a bad decision an opportunity to ________（18） and learn from it. At the same time those teens learn________（19）。 The police, the community, and the ______（20）。
Part B: Listening Comprehension
Directions: in this part of the test, you will hear several short statements. These statements will be spoken ONLY ONCE, and you will not find them written on the paper; so you must listen carefully. When you hear a statement, read the answer choices and decide which one is closest in meaning to the statement you have heard. Then write the letter of the answer you have chosen in the corresponding space in your ANSWER BOOKLET.
1. （A） You d better buy a local newspaper to look through the classified ads.
（B） You might put an ad in the local paper to find someone to fill the position.
（C） You can come this afternoon to go through the application procedures.
（D） You need to interview the well-known painter in our office this afternoon.
2. （A） David will be the general manager next week.
（B） David will get a promotion and a pay rise.
（C） David will work hard to be a general manager.
（D） David will be transferred to the accounting manager s office.
3. （A） No one in this office is willing to the translation except yourself.
（B） The new secretary will ask someone to fix the date for you.
（C） The new secretary can type and hand in the document for you.
（D） The secretary is an able person to help you with the translation.
4. （A） I paid 4 dollars for the shrimp. （B） I paid 6 dollars for the shrimp.
（C） I paid 8 dollars for the shrimp. （D） I paid 12 dollars for the shrimp.
5. （A） Although you pay more for the course, you have a better chance of securing a job.
（B） You will not be enrolled in the course, unless you score high in the placement test.
（C） Your job is to locate excellent students and urge them to enroll in our MBA course.
（D） You will be awarded a scholarship for the MBA curse if your high school record is excellent.
6. （A） It would be a win-win situation for both of us if we set up an agency for marketing your products.
（B）） We believe that marketing your products on your behalf in Shanghai would be rather costly in the beginning.
（C） It is our firm belief that we will bring a lot of benefit to your agency in Shanghai.
（D） We totally agree to market your products in Shanghai if your firm can set up an agency on our behalf.
7. （A） The customer must pay cash for his insurance.
（B） The customer must pay for his insurance by credit card.
（C） The customer must get a money order to pay for his insurance.
（D） The customer must get a traveler s check to pay for his insurance.
8. （A） The accountant is to return 300,000 dollars to balance your account.
（B） The check has bounced because of insufficient fund in the account.
（C） The accountant has checked in for a conference on environmental protection.
（D） The check is specially provided to make a balance on your bank account.
9. （A） We are likely to have further cooperation if the objective is achieved.
（B） If the target is missed, we will discuss with you a long-term arrangement.
（C） We will establish a cooperative base in the locality if this target is attained.
（D） We are glad to have signed with you a long-term arrangement.
10. （A） The investment Department submitted a survey report to the board of directors.
（B） The investment Department refuted the decision made by the board of directors.
（C） The board of directors could not agree on the content of the survey report.
（D） The board of directors were not concerned with the Department s survey report.
2. Talks and Conversations
Directions: In this part of the test, you will hear several short talks and conversations. After each of these, you will hear a few questions. Listen carefully because you will hear the talk or conversation and questions ONLY ONCE. When you hear a question, read the four answer choices and choose the best answer to that question. Then write the letter of the answer you have chosen in the corresponding space in your ANSWER BOOKLET.
11. （A） In London. （B） In Edinburgh.
（C） In Paris. （D） In this friend s home.