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篇一:清华大学研究生新生入学英语分级考试考表(硕士)

清华大学研究生新生入学英语分级考试考表(硕士)

考试时间:2006年9月4日(周一) 晚 上: 7:00~9:00 注意事项:

1、 请监考教师提前30分钟进入考场,主考教师于6:30前到外语系(文南楼203

室)领取试卷和答题卡,并于考试结束后交回原处;

2、 请安排考生隔列就座;

3、 请监考教师将本考场考生学号范围写在黑板上,并提醒考生注意:答题卡上的

学号一定要填涂正确,否则考试成绩作废;

4、 考试的听力部分由广播台统一放音,晚7:00考试正式开始;

注:考场巡视: 罗立胜(总巡视)

周茂林、魏珂庆(一教、二教) 张 勇、陈世敏(四教) 王瑞芝、张文霞(五教) 吕中舌、勾焕秋(六教)

广播台放音:何福胜 财 务:李舒曼

后 备 监 考:邓湘君、韩 峰、杨 叶、陈宜瑾 考 务:杨 勇、陶刚强、 考 试 组 织:赵培真

考场现场问题处理电话:94960、13681211162 广播台电话:82482

人文学院业务办电话:82848,94434

清华大学研究生新生入学英语分级考试考表(博士)

考试时间:2005年9月4日(周一)晚上: 7:00~9:00

注意事项:

1、 请监考教师提前30分钟进入考场,主考教师于6:30前到外语系(文南楼203室)领取试卷和答题卡,并于考试结束后交回原处; 2、 请安排考生隔列就座;

3、 请监考教师将本考场考生学号范围写在黑板上,并提醒考生注意:答题卡上的学号一定要填涂正确,否则考试成绩作废;

4、 考试的听力部分由广播台统一放音,晚7:00考试正式开始;

5、 一外日语、一外俄语、一外德语、一外法语等小语种的新生不参加分级考试。

注:考场巡视: 罗立胜(总巡视)

周茂林、魏珂庆(一教、二教) 张 勇、陈世敏(四教) 王瑞芝、张文霞(五教) 吕中舌、勾焕秋(六教)

广播台放音:何福胜 财 务:李舒曼

后 备 监 考:邓湘君、韩 峰、杨 叶、陈宜瑾 考 务:杨 勇、陶刚强 考 试 组 织:赵培真

考场现场问题处理电话:94960、13681211162 广播台电话:82482

人文学院业务办电话:82848,94434

篇二:清华大学英语水平考试试题汇总

综合练习(历次水平II试题精选)

Part One Listening Comprehension

Section I

Directions: In this section you will hear two students, Frank and Theresa, discussing a survey they have to write as an assignment. Listen to the conversation and complete the notes below which what you hear.

Notes about Frank’s survey:

Topic: ________________________________

Typical examples of violent programs: ______________________________________________

People‘s suggestions: ____________________________________________________________

People‘s reactions to violence on news broadcast: ______________________________________

______________________________________________________________________

A possible problem with this survey: ________________________________________________

The advantage of the survey: _______________________________________________________

Section Two

Directions: In this section you will listen to some news program. Below are the summaries of the news items. Listen to the recording and fill in the missing words to complete the new summaries.

1. An orangutan stopped the traffic outside _________ . It took a keep from the zoo

________ minutes to get downtown because of the traffic. The animal showed no interest in ________ but responded when the keeper ________ to it. It held the keeper‘s _______ as they got into the car.

2. A new method for teaching singing has been developed. Most singers are unaware

of how they ______________________. By wearing a ______________ over your head while you sing, you can hear your voice the way _____________ hear you. This can help you _________ your singing.

3. This year there are _______ contestants in the Sunset Beaches and castle _______

_--aged from 8 to ____ . The two favorites are Greg Wallace (who has won three times before), with his _______ castle, and newcomer David Bradley, with his Star Wars __________.

Section Three

In this section, you hear four telephone messages. What is each message about? When you hear each message, you should write in English the main information. Some callers‘ names are: Alberto, Janine Ellis, and Jim Saunders. You will hear the recording only once.

Telephone message 1: _________________________________________________________

_______________________________________________________________________.

Telephone message 2: _________________________________________________________

_______________________________________________________________________.

Telephone message 3: _________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________________________

Telephone message 4:

__________________________________________________________

_______________________________________________________________________.

Part Two Translation

Directions: Read the following passage carefully and translate it into Chinese. Write your translation clearly in the spaces provided below.

What’s in a name?

For thousands of years, humanity has classified the living thins of this world in much the same fashion; by their appearance. If it looks like a duck, walks and quacks like a duck, then it is a duck. But tackling millions of species in this way has proven to be a recipe for confusion. As scientists have found to their cost, what looks like a duck may in fact be a goose.

More recently, genetic techniques have been applied, particularly for distinguishing the more difficult-to-identity species such as viruses and bacteria by comparing pieces of DNA. Might this approach be more generally applicable? Paul Hebert and his colleagues in Canada think it might be. Just as barcodes and the ―universal product code‖ numbering scheme uniquely identify different items at a supermarket checkout, they suggest that some stretches of DNA could perform a similar function in living things. In a paper just published in Proceedings of the Royal Society B, they discuss how long such a genetic barcode needs to be, and where it might be found.

A universal product code found on the high street consists of a string of 11 digits, each of which is one of ten numerals, providing 100 billion unique combinations. Genetic material, however, uses a quaternary, rather than a denary, coding system. In theory, it would only be necessary to sample 15 of those letters to create one billion unique codes.

In practice, however, the characteristics of DNA mean that 15 letters are not enough. Unlike the arbitrary numbers of a universal product code, the letters of DNA are not random, because they code for something that a biological meaning.

Part Three Writing

Directions: Boshi Electronic (China) Co., Ltd. is planning to recruit an assistant to the general manager. Read the job description and qualification and write to this company to recommend yourself as a candidate. Your letter of application should not be less than 300 words.

Some topics for Speaking Test

Opening Questions

1. Do you like music? What kind of music do you listen to these days? Why do you like this particular music?

2. Do you like sports? What kind of games do you often play? Why do you like that game?

3. Suppose you have won $100,000 ina lottery. What would you do with this money?

4. Why do you choose Tsinghua to do your graduate program? What are the most important factors in choosing a school?

5. What kind of job do you plan to take upon graduation? Why?

6. How much time do you spend learning about the news everyday? How do you learn about the news, by watching TV or reading newspaper?Talk about one piece of the latest new that impressed you a great deal.

7. In the development of human society, many kinds of inventions have greatly benefited our lives. Could you give us some examples? What do you think are the top important inventions in the past 50 years?

8. In everyone‘s life, he may experience many good and bad events. Please tell me some past events which made you feel good or bad.

9. Do you use e-mail or the Internet? What do you use them for?

II. Role plays or debate

1. As the job-hunting season is approaching, many graduates have to decide whether to remain in Beijing and seek a job here (though it is not very easy to hunt a good job) or go to small cities to have an easy life.

Student A: It‘s not advisable choice for us to work in Beijing, for the life in Beijing won‘t be easy.

Student B: I will try every effort to remain here to have a further develop and enjoy the exciting life here.

2. As the industry develops more rapidly in these years, people in China become much more concerning about the environmental protection.

Student A:I appeal to the government to postpone or stop some of the current projects, and punish the ones who are polluting our city. Industrialization brings us nothing but the stink of money and a dirty sky. We should not develop our industry intensely. The industrialization should be slowed down at once, or we‘ll get punished

Student B: We shouldn‘t reduce our production under any circumstance. I don‘t mean to be unconventional. But I do prefer industrial development to environmental protection. More exactly, industrialization can be the motivation and also the supporter of environment protection, which may be the contrary to normal consideration.

3. Deputies from the National People's Congress, as well as members of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, proposed changes to the holidays at this year's congress. They called for shortened Labor Day and National Day holidays, and the addition of the Mid-Autumn Festival and the Tomb Sweeping Day.

Student A:I‘m strongly agree to the change of the holidays, the golden week has lots of disadvantages.

Student B:I don‘t think the golden week holiday should be abrogated, because people have been used to it. People need it.

4. Our country has stepped into the aging society (people who are 65 or older have taken up 14%).Who will take care of the very old and disable old? Where could they spend the last few years in their life?

Student A:The nursing home is the only way to solve the problem.

Student B:I can‘t agree. Those who live in the nursing home are not as happy as those who live with their family.

5. Have you ever experienced a natural disaster? Work with your partner and

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discuss the disaster(s) that you experienced or heard of.

篇三:(精品要点水平II)英语考试汇总-清华

清华大学英语水平二要点

目录

清华大学英语水平二要点 ............................................................................................................... 1

序、清华大学英语水平二考试要求 ............................................................................................... 2

一、写作部分 ................................................................................................................................... 4

考试要求 ................................................................................................................................... 4

1,三种题型分类: ................................................................................................................. 4

2,写作范文 ............................................................................................................................. 5 3,常用词语与表达法 ........................................................................... 错误!未定义书签。

二、听力部分 ................................................................................................................................... 9

考试要求: ............................................................................................................................... 9

模拟题一 ................................................................................................................................... 9

听力模拟题一——答案和听力原文 ..................................................................................... 12

听力模拟题二 ......................................................................................................................... 16

听力模拟题二——答案和听力原文 ..................................................................................... 19

听力模拟题三 ......................................................................................................................... 22

听力模拟题三——答案和听力原文 ..................................................................................... 25

三、口语部分 ................................................................................................................................. 30

1,考试要求及体会: ........................................................................................................... 30

2、★类型一:情景对话 ....................................................................................................... 30

3、★类型二:辩论 ............................................................................................................... 32

4、★类型三:考无定规 ....................................................................................................... 32

5、试题收集 ........................................................................................................................... 32

四、翻译部分 ................................................................................................................................. 46

考试要求 ................................................................................................................................. 46

1、样题示例 ........................................................................................................................... 46

2、译文示例 ........................................................................................................................... 47

序、清华大学英语水平二考试要求

水平II考试报名通知 (10-11春季学期)

清华大学英语水平II考试报名通知 (10-11春季学期)

清华大学英语水平II考试(即研究生英语水平考试)重点在于检验学生的英语实际运用能力。基本词汇量的要求约为常用词汇6000个。考试形式以体现常用理解和表达能力的主观题型为主,不采用多项选择题型。

《清华大学英语水平II》考试每年组织两次(每学期一次),均安排在每学期期末考期内进行。水平II成绩作为硕士生和直博生英语学位课成绩的一部分,要求所有全日制(有毕业证和学位证)硕士生和2005级及以后年级的直博生均需参加(获得―免修‖的研究生除外),最终英语学位课成绩取课堂成绩和水平II考试成绩的平均分。

本科阶段参加清华大学英语水平II考试的学生,必须通过水平I考试后才可报考水平II考试,水平II考试通过即可获得硕士或直博阶段英语学位课免修资格。

本学期英语水平II考试定于2011年6月16日(周四)进行,上午8:00-10:00笔试,10:30以后口试, 6月13日(周一)全天在各系研究生业务办公室领取准考证。

报名时间:5月19日(周四)、5月20日(周五)

上午8:30—11:30、下午1:30—4:30

补报名时间:5月24日(周二)下午1:30—4:00

报名地点:文南楼一楼外北面窗口

本次考试报名采用IC卡刷卡报名形式,为读取信息准确,请考生尽量携带IC卡前来报名;因特殊原因不能亲自报名者,可将IC卡交与同学代报。

请各系研究生科或教务科(业务办)通知本系学生(包括直博生、硕士生和本科生)。

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《清华大学研究生英语水平考试II》简介

一、基本要求:本考试重点在于检验学生的英语实际运用能力。基本词汇量的要求约为常用词汇6000个。考试形式以体现常用理解和表达能力的主观题型为主,不采用多项选择题型。

二、内容:考试内容包括听力、英汉翻译、实用写作、口语四个部分。其所占比例分别是听力25%,英汉翻译20%,实用写作30%,口语25%。

三、细则:

1、听力:本部分以考查学生理解真实性英语语言表达内容为宗旨。放录音时间约20-30分钟;内容选自日常对话,电话录音,广播新闻,简短讲座等等。考试形式为记笔记、填表格、写内容提纲、回答问题等。

2、英汉翻译:本部分以检验学生专业水平英语阅读材料的理解能力和汉语表达能力为主。考试形式为将一篇200-300字体现一定学术水准的英语短文翻译成汉语。

3、实用写作:本部分以检测学生的英语实用写作能力为主。考试内容涉及日常生活、工作、学习等场景的英语书面交流活动。其形式为根据某一语境背景要求,写出300字左右的英语短文。

4、口语考试:本部分以考查考生实用英语口头表达能力为宗旨;考试内容为就某项话题发表自己的看法或完成某项模拟交际任务等等;涉及的语言功能包括与他人辩论,说服对方,采访某人某事,表达自己的见解,道歉,提建议,抱怨等等。考试形式为两人一组提前自由组合,按顺序进考场后先抽选一道题,在一边准备5分钟左右,然后再在主考教师面前进行表演。每一组考生的口试时间大约5分钟左右。

四、时间:考试分为笔试和口试两个部分,笔试时间为2小时(120分钟),包括20-30分钟的听力录音播放时间,一般安排在上午8:00 – 10:00进行笔试;口试时每一组考生的时间大约5分钟左右,一般安排在上午10:30 到下午2:30左右进行。

五、说明:本考试是一种实用英语水平考试,反映学生的英语整体运用能力和水准,涵盖所有研究生英语教学内容,但不以某一种课程和教材为基本要求。

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一、写作部分

考试要求

实用写作:本部分以检测学生的英语实用写作能力为主。考试内容涉及日常生活、工作、学习等场景的英语书面交流活动。其形式为根据某一语境背景要求,写出300字左右的英语短文。 1,三种题型分类:

写作从命题语言形式上可以分为三类:

1)they have. They always want something more or something different. 该题型的篇章结构:

第一段:引言(表明观点:支持/反对)

第二段:支持/反对理由一

第三段:支持/反对理由二

(第四段:支持/反对理由三)

第五段:结论(归纳或重申观点)

该题型的篇章结构:

方式一:(1)第一段:引言(用自己的语言解释命题,肯定两种观点的合理性)

第二段:第一种观点的合理性

第三段:第二种观点的合理性

第四段:结论(自己的观点及两至三条理由或倾向于折中的观点)

方式二:(2)第一段:引言(略提及自己反对的观点的合理性,转折后,明确表明自己支持的观点)

第二段:自己支持的观点论据一

第三段:自己支持的观点论据二

(第四段:自己支持的观点论据三)

第五段:结论(重申自己的观点)

3). Inventions such as eyeglasses and the sewing machine have had an important effect on your 该题型的篇章结构:

第一段:引言(明确话题)

第二段:讨论话题第一方面

第三段:讨论话题第二方面

(第四段:讨论话题第三方面)

第五段:结论(总结前面提到的几个方面)

2,写作范文

范文1:

Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? Television has helped improve standards of education. Use specific reasons and details to support your answer.

I disagree that television has helped improved standards of education for a number of reasons. is the programming. Around the world it is movies, sit-com, soap operas, pop music and talk shows which dominate TV screens. There may be nothing wrong with these, and they are certainly popular with audiences, but the content of these programs has not helped to make people better educated.

Typical television programs have also had a bad effect on viewers? Attention span, that is, on how long they can concentrate. Most TV programs do not require much concentration and young viewers, especially, get used to this. Education, on the other hand, does require concentration and young people find this increasingly difficult.

Another characteristic of television is that it encourages a passive attitude in viewers instead of an active one. Most popular TV programs encourage an uncritical response, but education requires you to think about what is presented to you, to react to it and in some way to make use of it. passive TV-watching has often taken the place of more active pursuits such as reading, music, playing board games and conversation, all of which are more educational than a typical evening of TV.

Finally, it seems to be true that television makes it difficult for viewers, especially young ones, to distinguish properly between fact and fiction. This confusion, which is really another kind of uncritical response, again works against educational principles.

Television has done many good things. It entertains lonely, old and sick people; it certainly helps countries‘ economies by selling products, and can be very informative by bringing news from around the locality, the country and the world into peoples‘ homes. However, by making people passive and uncritical, television has a negative effect on education.

范文2:

There have been many arguments in recent years whether nuclear energy should be used to generate electricity. Do you think nuclear energy should or should not be used for this purpose in your country? Which side do you agree with? Use specific reasons and examples to support your answer. other ways of producing electricity require noenewable resources, such as coal and oil, and one