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全國統一標準測試英語統編

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2003年3月全國統一標準測試

英語參考答案及評分標準

第一部分:聽力(共20小題,每小題15分,滿分30分)

1~5 ABCCB     6~10 ABABA         11~15 AABAC 16~20 CCCAB

第二部分:英語知識運用(共兩節,滿分45分)

第一節:單項填空(每小題1分,共15分)

21~25 DABBD 26~30 DBDDC  31~35 DACAC

第二節:完形填空(每小題15分,滿分30分)

36~40 ADDAB 41~45 CDAAD   46~50 BACBB 51~55 BBCAA

第三部分:閱讀理解(每小題2分,滿分40分)

56~60 BCDBA  61~65 DCCDD  66~70 ABAAD 71~75 DBCBC

第四部分:寫作(共兩節,滿分35分)

第一節:短文改錯(每小題1分,滿分10分)

76. neighbour→neighbours 

77. walked→walk 

78. Some→One 

79.sudden→suddenly 

80.√ 

81. 去掉on 

82. said→saying 

83. great→greater 

84. 去掉and 

85. have∧yours/one

第二節:書面表達(滿分25分)

A

This is a diagram of a farm. The arrow marks north. The farm lies to the west of the city, one hour away by train. The farm is 1.5 miles wide and 2 miles long. The office building stands in the middle of the farm. To the left of the building is a chicken house and to the right a garage. There is a garden in front of the building and a playground behind it. Half the farm is taken up by wheat fields in the north, and the other half by corn fields in the south. There is a well near the corn fields and a small reservoir beside the wheat fields. Trees are planted around the farm to prevent the crops from being blown down by strong winds.

附:聽力部分錄音稿

Text 1

W:What did you do after you lost your passport?

M:I went to see the foreign student advisor, and he reported it to the Passport Office in Washington.

Text 2

W:Can you stay for tea?

M:I’d like to, but I have to pick up some sandwiches before the children get home from school.

Text 3

W:Do you think that you can have these shirts finished by Friday morning?

M:I’m sorry. I couldn’t possibly get them done by then. Saturday afternoon would be the earliest time that you could have them.

Text 4

W:Hi, could you lend me the camera, David?

M:Hi, Alice. I’d like to, but it belongs to Jane.

W:Well, in that case, I’ll borrow one from Mary.

Text 5

M:Hello, Anne. This is Larry at the office. Is Fred at home?

W:No, Larry. He’s in class now. He’ll be home for lunch, though.

Text 6

W:Excuse me, do you think you could help me find my schoolbag?

M:What? Why are you looking for your schoolbag in the dining hall?

W:I came here for lunch and forgot to pick it up when I finished eating.

M:Well, I haven’t seen it. You’d better put up a note.

W:Yes, I guess so. What luck! My textbooks and exercise-books are all in it. How could I go to lessons without them?

Text 7

M:Oh, come in.

W:I just dropped in to return these books. Are you getting dinner ready? Something smells good.

M:Oh. I’m just preparing some noodles.

W:I thought your wife did the cooking.

M:She does, but she said she would come home late today.

W:So you’re the cook. What are you having with the noodles?

M:Some cabbage and tomatoes. Why don’t you stay and have dinner with us?

W:Thanks, but not today. I am in a hurry. Maybe some other time.

Text 8

W:Can I see your license, please?

M:What’s the matter, officer? Did I do something wrong?

W:You were speeding.

M:I was speeding?

W:You certainly were. Do you have any idea how fast you were going?

M:I’m not sure. But I think I was going about 35.

W:This street is a 25-mile-per-hour-speed zone.

M:It is?

W:In this state, the speed limit in a business area is 25. Did you see the signs along the street?

M:I’m sorry, officer. I guess I didn’t notice. I was busy thinking of my job interview. It’s my first time here.

W:Well, since it’s your first time in this city, I will just give you a warning this time. But be careful not to speed again.

Text 9

M:Someone came late last night looking for you. I told him you were out and suggested that he leave a note, but he didn’t.

W:Late last night? That’s strange. What did he look like?

M:He seemed to be about thirty-five or a little older. Maybe forty or so.

W:Was he tall or short?

M:He wasn’t very tall, nor very short. About average height, I think.

W:Was he fat or thin?

M:A bit on the thin side, if I remember correctly. Anyway, certainly not fat, but then he wasn’t very thin either.

W:Was there anything unusual about his looks? What kind of face did he have—round, square or long?

M:Let me think…It was rather square, but not very. Or was it? Really, I didn’t notice. It was so late and the lighting wasn’t good.

W:Was he wearing glasses?

M:Was he or wasn’t he? I’m not sure now. You see, I was so tired and sleepy I didn’t pay much attention.

Text 10

I had to go to Amsterdam last week for a conference. I arrived at the airport in plenty of time and checked in. But I only had one small case, so I decided to take it on the plane as handluggage. As the flight was not due to board for 45 minutes, I went to a cafe, sat down and ordered a cup of coffee.

While I was sitting there, drinking my coffee and reading the paper, I was vaguely aware of a woman and her child coming to sit at the next table. I did not pay much attention to them, though. And when my flight was called, I reached for my case and left.

  An hour later, the plane was in the air and I decided to look at the conference programme to see what I wanted to attend. Imagine my horror when I opened the case and found that it was full of picture books and children’s toys. And imagine what the woman must have thought about a case full of men’s clothes and scientific papers.

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