English Test

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2012年12月CET6听力(A套)
Section A
11. A) Ask his boss for a lighter schedule.
B) Trade places with someone else.
C) Accept the extra work willingly.
D) Look for a more suitable job.
12. A) It is unusual for his wife to be at home now.
B) He is uncertain where his wife is at the moment.
C) It is strange for his wife to call him at work.
D) He does not believe what the woman has told him.
13. A) The man is going to send out the memo tomorrow.
B) The man will drive the woman to the station.
C) The speakers are traveling by train tomorrow morning.
D) The woman is concerned with the man’s health.
14. A) The suite booked was for a different date.
B) The room booked was on a different floor.
C) The room booked was not spacious enough.
D) A suite was booked instead of a double room.
15. A) The reason for low profits.
B) The company’s sales policy.
C) The fierce competition they face.
D) The lack of effective promotion.
16. A) Go and get the groceries at once.
B) Manage with what they have.
C) Do some shopping on their way home.
D) Have the groceries delivered to them.
17. A) The hot weather in summer.
B) The problem with the air conditioner.
C) The ridiculous rules of the office.
D) The atmosphere in the office.
18. A) Set a new stone in her ring.
B) Find the priceless jewel she lost.
C) Buy a ring with precious diamond.
D) Shop on Oxford Street for a decent gift.
Questions 19 to 22 are based on the conversation you have just heard.
19. A) Damaging public facilities.
B) Destroying urban wildlife.
C) Organising rallies in the park.
D) Hurting baby animals in the zoo.
20. A) He had bribed the park keepers to keep quiet.
B) People had differing opinions about his behaviour.
C) The serious consequences of his doings were not fully realised.
D) His behaviour was thought to have resulted from mental illness.
21. A) Brutal.
B)…...

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