1.A.Children should be taught to be more careful.
B.Children shouldn't drink so much orange juice.
C.There is no need for the man to make such a fuss.
D.Timmy should learn to do things in the right way.
B.The new job offer.
D.Directorship of the club.
3.A.He needs to buy a new sweater.
B.He has got to save on fuel bills.
C.The fuel price has skyrocketed.
D.The heating system doesn't work.
D.Posing for the camera.
5.A.She is taking some medicine.
B.She has not seen a doctor yet.
C.She does not trust the man's advice.
D.She has almost recovered from the cough.
6.A.Pamela's report is not finished as scheduled.
B.Pamela has a habit of doing things in a hurry.
C.Pamela is not good at writing research papers.
D.Pamela's mistakes could have been avoided.
7.A.In the left-luggage office.
B.At the hotel reception.
C.In a hotel room.
D.At an airport.
8.A.She was an excellent student at college.
B.She works in the entertainment business.
C.She is fond of telling stories in her speech.
D.She is good at conveying her message.
Questions 9 to 11 are based on the conversation you have just heard.
9.A.Arranging the woman's appointment with Mr.Romero.
B.Fixing the time for the designer's latest fashion show.
C.Talking about an important gathering on Tuesday.
D.Preparing for the filming on Monday morning.
10.A.Her travel to Japan.
B.The awards ceremony.
C.The proper hairstyle for her new role.
D.When to start the make-up session.
11.A.He is Mr.Romero's agent.
B.He is an entertainment journalist.
C.He is the woman's assistant.
D.He is a famous movie star.
Questions 12 to 15 are based on the conversation you have just heard.
12.A.Make an appointment for an interview.
B.Send in an application letter.
C.Fill in an application form.
D.Make a brief self-introduction on the phone.
13.A.Someone having a college degree in advertising.
B.Someone experienced in business management.
C.Someone ready to take on more responsibilities.
D.Someone willing to work beyond regular hours.
C.Prospects for promotion.
D.Flexible working hours.
15.A.It depends on the working hours.
B.It is about 500 pounds a week.
C.It will be set by the Human Resources.
D.It is to be negotiated.
Questions 16 to 19 are based on the passage you have just heard.
16.A.To give customers a wider range of choices.
B.To make shoppers see as many items as possible.
C.To supply as many varieties of goods as it can.
D.To save space for more profitable products.
17.A.On the top shelves.
B.On the bottom shelves.
C.On easily accessible shelves.
D.On clearly marked shelves.
18.A.Many of them buy things on impulse.
B.A few of them are fathers with babies.
C.A majority of them are young couples.
D.Over 60% of them make shopping lists.
19.A.Sales assistants promoting high margin goods.
B.Sales assistants following customers around.
C.Customers competing for good bargains.
D.Customers losing all sense of time.
Questions 20 to 22 are based on the passage you have just heard.
20.A.Teaching mathematics at a school.
B.Doing research in an institute.
C.Studying for a college degree.
D.Working in a hi-tech company
21.A.He studied the designs of various clocks.
B.He did experiments on different materials.
C.He bought an alarm clock with a pig face.
D.He asked different people for their opinions.
22.A.Its automatic mechanism.
B.Its manufacturing process.
C.Its way of waking people up.
D.Its funny-looking pig face.
Questions 23 to 25 are based on the passage you have just heard.
23.A.It is often caused by a change of circumstances.
B.It actually doesn't require any special treatment.
C.It usually appears all of a sudden.
D.It generally lasts for several years.
24.A.They cannot mix well with others.
B.They irrationally annoy their friends.
C.They depend heavily on family members.
D.They blame others for ignoring their needs.
25.A.They lack consistent support from peers.
B.They doubt their own popularity.
C.They were born psychologically weak.
D.They focus too much on themselves.
There was a time when any personal information that was gathered about us was typed on a piece of paper and（26） in a file cabinet.It could remain there for years and, often（27）, never reach the outside world.
Things have done a complete about-face since then.（28） the change has been the astonishingly（29） development in recent years of the computer.Today, any data that is 30 about us in one place or another--and for one reason or another--can be stored in a computer bank.It can then be easily passed to other computer banks.They are owned by individuals and by private businesses and corporations, lending 31 , direct mailing and telemarketing firms, credit bureaus, credit card companies, and（32） at the local, state, and federal level.
A growing number of Americans are seeing the accumulation and distribution of computerized data as a frightening（33 ）of their privacy.Surveys show that the number of worried Americans has been steadily growing over the years as the computer becomes increasingly （34）, easier to operate, and less costly to purchase and maintain.In 1970, a national survey showed that percent of the people（35）felt their privacy was being invaded.Seven years later, percent expressed the same worry.Arecent survey by a credit bureau revealed that the number of alarmed citizens had shot up to percent.