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1.	15个单选:语法和词汇 每题2分  30分
2.	1篇阅读理解  每题2分 10分
3.	一篇小自传 60分  
共计100分
 
Part A
1. The brave firemen had fought for days before they managed to  ____the forest fire.
A. put on                           			B. put up 
C. put off                           			D. put out 
2. I have a tight budget for the trip, so I'm not going to fly _      the airlines lower ticket prices.
   A. once      B .if     C. after     D. unless
3. He ____that a combination of recent oil discoveries and the advance of new technology will lead to a decline in the price of crude oil.
A. predicts                          			B. compels
C. arranges                          			D. disputes
4.  _____    in a simple style, the book clearly describes the author’s childhood experiences in a small town.
A. Writing                           			B. To be written
C. Being written                      		D. Written 
5. For these reasons, the newspaper is having ____ problems in the north of the country.
A. distribution                         		B. regulation 
C. recognition                         		D. destruction
6. The parents were much kinder to their youngest child than they were to the others,   _____  ,
of course, made the others jealous.
A. which                             			B. that 
C. what                              			D. who
7. “Sorry, there are no tickets  ____for tomorrow’s performance,” the ticket officer said politely.
A. preferable                          		B. considerable
C. accessible                          			D. available 
8. With temperature  ____  so rapidly, we could not go on with the experiment.
A. fell                                 			B. fall
C. falling                              			D. fallen
9. History has demonstrated that countries with different social systems can join hands in meeting the common challenges to human  _____  and development.
A. evolution                          			B. survival
C. satisfaction                         		D. damage 
10. Only with the greatest effort _       to escape from the rising flood waters.
   A. managed she     B. she managed   C. did she manage   D. she did manage
11. There is much truth in the idea _         kindness is usually served by frankness.
   A. why         B. which          C. that           D. whether
12. Have you sent thank-you notes to the relatives from _    _ you received gifts?
   A. which       B. them             C. that          D. whom
13. The club, _    _ 25 years ago, is holding a party for past and present members.
   A. founded      B. founding    C. being founded      D. to be founded
14. - Was it by cutting down staff _    _she saved the firm?
   - No, it was by improving work efficiency.
   A. when        B. what      C. how           D. that
15. House repairs, holidays, school fees and other ____ have reduced his book balance to almost nothing.
   A. amount   B. payment C. expenses  D. figures


Part B. 
Civil-liberties advocates reeling from the recent revelations on surveillance had something else to worry about last week: the privacy of the billions of search queries made on sites like Google, AOL, Yahoo and Microsoft. As part of a long-running court case, the government has asked those companies to turn over information on its users’ search behavior. All but Google have handed over data, and now the Department of Justice has moved to compel the search giant to turn over the goods.
What makes this case different is that the intended use of the information is not related to national security, but the government’s continuing attempt to police Internet pornography. In 1998, Congress passed the Child Online Protection Act (COPA), but courts have blocked its implementation due to First Amendment concerns. In its appeal, the DOJ wants to prove how easy it is to inadvertently stumble upon pore. In order to conduct a controlled experiment—to be performed by a UC Berkeley professor of statistics—the DOJ wants to use a large sample of actual search terms from the different search engines. It would then use those terms to do its own searches, employing the different kinds of filters each search engine offers, in an attempt to quantify how often “material that is harmful to minors” might appear. Google contends that since it is not a party to the case, the government has not right to demand its proprietary information to perform its test. “We intend to resist their motion vigorously,” said Google attorney Nicole Wong.
DOJ spokesperson Charles Miller says that the government is requesting only the actual search terms, and not anything that would link the queries to those who made them. (The DOJ is also demanding a list of a million Web sites that Google indexes to determine the degree to which objectionable sites are searched.) Originally, the government asked for a treasure trove of all searches made in June and July 2005; the request has been scaled back to one week’s worth of search queries.
One oddity about the DOJ’s strategy is that the experiment could conceivably sink its own case. If the built-in filters that each search engine provides are effective in blocking porn sites, the government will have wound up proving what the opposition has said all along—you don’t need to suppress speech to protect minors on the Net. “We think that our filtering technology does a good job protecting minors from inadvertently seeing adult content,” says Ramez Naam, group program manager of MSN Search.
Though the government intends to use these data specifically for its COPA-related test, it’s possible that the information could lead to further investigations and, perhaps, subpoenas to find out who was doing the searching. What if certain search terms indicated that people were contemplating terrorist actions or other criminal activities?Says the DOJ’s Miller, “I’m assuming that if something raised alarms, we would hand it over to the proper authorities.” Privacy advocates fear that if the government request is upheld, it will open the door to further government examination of search behavior. One solution would be for Google to stop storing the information, but the company hopes to eventually use the personal information of consenting customers to improve search performance. “Search is a window into people’s personalities,” says Kurt Opsahl, an Electronic Frontier Foundation attorney. “They should be able to take advantage of the Internet without worrying about Big Brother looking over their shoulders.”
16. When the American government asked Google, AOL, Yahoo and Microsoft to turn over information on its users’ search behavior, the major intention is _________.
  (A) to protect national security
  (B) to help protect personal freedom
  (C) to monitor Internet pornography
  (D) to implement the Child Online Protection Act
17. Google refused to turn over “its proprietary information”(para.2) required by DOJ as it believes that ________.
  (A) it is not involved in the court case
  (B) users’ privacy is most important
  (C) the government has violated the First Amendment
  (D) search terms is the company’s business secret
18. The phrase “scaled back to” in the sentence “the request has been scaled back to one week’s worth of search queries” (para.3) can be replaced by _________.
  (A) maximized to
  (B) minimized to
  (C) returned to
(D) reduced to
19. In the sentence “One oddity about the DOJ’s strategy is that the experiment could conceivably sink its own case.”(para.4), the expression “sink its own case” most   probably means that _________.
  (A) counterattack the opposition
  (B) lead to blocking of porn sites
  (C) provide evidence to disprove the case
  (D) give full ground to support the case
20. When Kurt Opsahl says that “They should be able to take advantage of the Internet without worrying about Big Brother looking over their shoulders.” (para.5), the expression “Big Brother” is used to refer to _________.
  (A) a friend or relative showing much concern
  (B) a colleague who is much more experienced
  (C) a dominating and all-powerful ruling power
(D) a benevolent and democratic organization Questions

Part 3 

In this section, you are required to write an article about who you are in order to make yourself understood, including your career plan, personality, hobbies, what you like or dislike to do in life, ambition, childhood, ideas about happiness, and etc. 
请您用英文写一篇200字左右的小自传,可以讨论您的生活,工作,性格,爱好,想法,价值观,生活中最难忘的事情,等等。写此出于三大原因:1.让我们的导师和授课老师了解你,以此更好帮助你。2. 洞悉你的真实英文水平。 3. MBA提前面试中有可能包含英文自我介绍,为此做准备! 加油!