快速阅读： （北京新东方学校 张一鑫）
1 to serve the interest of the general public
2 broaden humanity’s intellectual horizons
3 non-profit organizations
4. the copyright of the books it scanned
5. it displays only a small part of their content
6.It was settled after more than two years of negotiation
7.The commercial provisions of the settlement
8. providing information for free
9. orphan works
10.have an impact on the book world
听力： （北京新东方学校 欧阳萍）
11. A) Listen to the recorded notes while driving.
12. C) The man lacks confidence in playing the part.
13. A) Arranging a bed for a patient.
14. A) H is too busy to accept more responsibility.
15. C) He has left his position in the government.
16. D) The man is well informed about the space shuttle missions.
17. A) At a car renting company.
18. B) He bought a stereo system.
19. B) Selling products made for left-handers.
20. D) Most of them are specially made for his shop.
21. D) They sell by mail order only.
22. D) It runs sales promotion.
23. C) The woman’s company made last-minute changes.
24. D) Cut the fee by half for this year.
25. A) Calm down and make peace.
26. B) They sacrifice their lives for the benefit of humans.
27. D) They may affect the results of experiments.
28. C) When they become escapees.
29. B) While holding a burial ceremony for a pet mouse, they were killing pest mice.
30. C) They take it for granted.
31. A) Tidal restlessness.
32. A) They are adventurers from all over the world.
33. A) A murder mystery.
34. D) It is unhealthy for the viewers.
35. B) He can’t resist the temptation of T.V. either.
Section C Compound Dictation
In the past, one of the biggest disadvantages of machines has been their inability to work on a micro scale. For example, doctors did not have devices allowing them to go inside the human body to (36)detect health problems or to perform (37)delicate surgery. Repair crews did not have a way of (38)identifying broken pipes located deep within a high-rise apartment building. However, that’s about to change. Advances in computers and biophysics have started a micro miniature (40)revolution that allows scientists to envision and in some cases actually build microscopic machines. These devices promise to (41)dramatically change the way we live and work.
Micromachines already are making an impact. At Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio, research scientists have designed a 4-inch silicon chip that holds 700 tiny (42)primitive motors. At Lucas Nova Sensor in Fremont, California, scientists have perfected the world’s first microscopic blood-pressure sensor. Threaded through a person’s blood vessels, the sensor can provide blood pressure readings at the valve of the heart itself.
(44)Although simple versions of miniature devices have had an impact, advanced versions are still several years away.Auto manufacturers, for example, are trying to use tiny devices (45)that can sense when to release an airbag and how to keep engines and breaks operating efficiently. Some futurists envision nanotechnology also being used to explore the deep sea in small submarine, or even to launch finger-sized rockets packed with micro miniature instruments.
There is an explosion of new ideas and applications, So, (46)when scientists now think about future machines doing large and complex tasks, they’re thinking smaller than ever before.
47: personal capabilities and style.
48: doing the right things
49: positive mental attitude
50: personally manage themselves
深度阅读（北京新东方学校 尹延 张一鑫）
52:It could lead to slower growth of the national economy
53:It indicates that economic activities in the U.S. have increased
54:Producers of agricultural goods and raw materials
55:People’s reluctance to spend
56:To increase their market share overseas
57: they fail to convert knowledge into money
58: it does not rank UK universities in a scientific way
59: concentration of resources in a limited number of universities
60: fully utilise their research to benefit all sectors of society
61: By increasing the efficiency of technology transfer agencies.
82. You shouldn’t have run across the road without looking. You may be knocked down by a car（也许会被车撞倒的）.
83. By no means does he consider himself as an expert （他把自己当成专家）although he knows a lot about the field.
84. He doesn’t appreciate the sacrifice his friends have made for him, taking what they’ve done for granted （把他们所做的视作理所当然）.
85. Janet told me that she would rather her mother not interfere with her marriage （不干涉她的婚姻）.
86. To keep up with the expanding frontiers of scholarship, Edward Wilson found himself often searching the Internet for information （经常上网查找信息）.