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商务英语BEC中级模拟试题3(附参考答案)
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商务英语BEC中级模拟试题3(附参考答案)


一. 阅读部分
PART ONE
1. A 2. D 3. D 4. B 5. C 6. B 7. C
PART TWO
8. C 9. H 10. F 11. A 12. G
PART THREE
13. E 14. G 15. B 16. C 17. D 18. G 19. A 20. C
PART FOUR
21. D 22. A 23.B 24. D 25. C 26.C 27.C 28. D 29.B
30. B 31. D 32.C 33. B 34. B 35.A

PART FIVE
Section A
36. but是多余,应删掉.
37. 没有多余的词.
38. 后面的as是多余,应删掉.
39. 没有多余的词.
40. to是多余,应删掉.

Section B
41. qualify应改为quality
42. answer应改为answering
43. paying应改为pay
44. immediate应改为immediately
45.hear 应改为hearing

二.写作部分

PART ONE
Question 46 .
(Sample for reference)
Dear Mr. Simon,
A customer complained that he had received 100 GREen coloured bicycles instead of 50 green and 50 blue colour bicycles ,which had been shipped on 11th May. Could you please send me the immediate invoice under contract No. TXI 2- 1 in duplicate?

PART TWO
Question 47
(Sample for reference)
Both Betty Fashion Shop and our shop are in city centre ,therefore ,we have almost the same customers. But there exists a fact that customers are more likely to spend their money in Betty shop. After careful research ,we notice that ,although Betty shop has higher prices ,they also have more fashionable clothes. Compared with Betty Shop, our real prices are not high, but the comparative prices to fashion are high. Therefore ,if our shop decides to increase the profits, we`should purchase highly fashionable clothes ,at least as fashionable as Betty Shop ,with the prices lower than Betty Shop's. As .customers hate increasing prices ,it is better to do this gradually.

三.听力部分
1. 20 2. no53 3. Economic .
4. Wednesday 5. Robinson 6. 208
7. 2lst 8. 45pounds 9. Mr. GREen
10. Canada 11 . 172 12. Beijing
13.D 14.E 15.A
16. F 17. C 18. G
19. A 20. B 21. H
22. D 23. A 24. B
25. A 26. C 27. C
28. C 29. B 3O. B

Tape script
Part One. Questions 1 to 12.
Message One. Questions 1 to 4.
M1 : Good morning. Can I help you?
F1 : Good morning. I wonder if you have a job for a part-time
M1 : Oh ,yes ,we're going to employ two more part-time. to send our newspapers to the people living in Flight Street and Fortunate Road. Are you interested?
F1 : Oh ,yes ,I live at No. 53 Forest Road which is quite near Flight Street. I would like to take the job.
M1 : Ok, then, could you deliver the newspapers from 8: 30 on Monday, Wednesday,
Friday and Sunday or on Tuesday ,Thursday and Saturday?
F1 : Er, I can work on Monday , Wednesday and Friday ,but not on Sunday. Is it OK?
M1 : Well ,Ok. Have you ever done anything like that before?
F1 : I have sold some books door to door for Economic Publishing House.
M1 : Good ,are you a student?
F1 : Yes ,I'm a student at Oxford University.
M1 : What's your name and how old are you?
F1 : My name is Sally King ,K -I-N-G. I'm 20.
M1 : Do you have a telephone number?
F1 : Yes, 981332981.
M1 : then ,we'll call you after we have talked it over.
F1 : Thank you ,Sir! I hope to hear from you soon.

Message Two. Questions 5 to 8.
F1 : Good morning ,sir. Can I help you7
M1 : Good morning. I have reserved a room in your hotel.
F1 : Could you tell me your name ,please?
M1 : Robinson, R-O-B-I-N-S-O-N.
F1 : Er ,yes. Here's the booking card. It's a single room and the room number is 208.
M1 : It's on the second floor then?
F1 : Yes. How long will you be staying?
M1 : From now until Friday.
F1 : So that's four nights.
M1 : How much is it?
F1 : It's f45 a night including air-conditioner and color TV.
M1 : Sounds good. Thank you very much.
F1 : You're welcome.

Message Three. Questions 9 to 12.
F1 : Good morning. May 1 see your ticket, please?
M1 : Well ,l told your office that I would pick the ticket up here.
F1 : What's your name, then?
M1 : Mr GREen , that's G-R-E-E-N.
F1 : Oh yes , here it is. You're going to...Beijing, right?
M1 : Yes.
F1 : ...By Flight 172 ,Japan Air lines. May I see your passport?
M1 : Oh ,certainly ,here you are.
F1 : Thank you. You're not American ,are you?
M1 : No , I'm Canadian.
F1 : I see. Here's your passport and your ticket.
M1 : Thank you very much.
F1 : You're welcome.

Part Two. Questions 13 to 22.
Section One. Questions 13 to 17.

Question Thirteen
Yesterday I bought this T-shirt in your shop. But it was too small for my son and my son wanted a blue one. So I want to change this white one for that blue one priced at twelve thirty-four. This white one is ten forty-nine. How much more will I have to pay you?

Question Fourteen .
I tried this pair of shoes and I think I like this colour and style. Please pack them. By the way, I notice that all the goods in your shop are at 20% discount. And this price tag says 20pounds a pair. So how much will I have to pay you?

Question Fifteen
My wife, my children and I are going to visit Edinburgh for 3 days. We need a small room and a large room with a double bed. If a small room is 5pounds a day and a large one is 12pounds a day, how much will we pay for our stay?

Question Sixteen
This novel costs two ninety-nine. This book is one pound forty-two. And that pocket dictionary is priced at fourteen twenty-four. You gave me two ten pounds. Let's look at the calculator and find out how much change I'll give you.

Question Seventeen
One letter will be sixteen pence, so for three letters that's forty-eight pence. And the five postcards at .twenty-four pence that's l.20pounds. And the two airmail letters at twenty-four pence that's forty-eight pence. Let's see what the total cames to.

Section Two. Questions 18 to 22.

Question Eighteen
Accounts will be charged five pounds a month service fee if the minimum balance falls below four hundred pounds at any time during the stated period. You may keep three pounds in your account ,but we charge you five pounds a month.

Question Nineteen
the package containing the records appeared to be in perfect condition. But when we unpacked it with GREat care ,we found that one record was completely smashed. Could you send us a new one? 1'll return the broken one at once.

Question Twenty
Thank you for asking me. You've already done a lot for the children. I believe this tea party on Friday will attract more people's attention to the children's problems. Unfortunately I've got an appointment then.

Question Twenty-one.
Thank you for your invitation. Our company is willing to explore with your corporation the possibility of closer ties through joint ventures. Here ,let me propose a toast to the success of our negotiations and to our friendship and future cooperation.

Question Twenty-two
As this is the last week in September, the two teams we're going to watch tonight are tied for first place in this season. They both want to make the play-offs, so they'll be playing their best.

Part Three. Questions 23 to 30.
For decades the world's telephone companies ,nearly all state-owned monopolies ,have jointly set the rates for international calls. Now a handful of nimble, privately owned telephone discounters are using loopholes in regulations written to protect national telephone monopolies to undercut the cartel's high prices. Eventually ,that could lead to the break-up of the cartel itself.

the small firms leading the trend are interesting for the way they do business rather than for the amount of business they do.

But because their activities expose monopoly overpricing so dramatically, they could help to bring about changes that are vastly out of proportion to their size.

the American market for international calls is more open to competition than those of most other countries, so calls out of America are usually far cheaper than the calls into it. The discounters exploit this difference by routing calls from foreign subscribers to computerized switches in America ,undercutting normal rates by a third or more.

One technique, known as "ring-back", involves giving a customer in, say, Paris a free telephone number to a computerized switch in America. When the customer calls ,the switch automatically calls him back and puts him through to his American destination. Since the call technically originates with the switch, France Telecom's monopoly on outgoing calls remains unbroken but the caller in Paris is charged American rates.
A second technique, called "third-country calling", involves routing international calls via America to take advantage of cheap American rates on the second leg of the journey. On intercontinental calls the saving is usually so GREat that it more than makes up for the extra distance travelled.

One of the best-knows discounters , 2(1/2)year old international Discount Telecommunications (IDT) ,uses third-country calling to provides calls between countries whose own telephone companies are not on speaking terms ,such as Syria and Israel ,and Iraq and Kuwait. Today's small discounters may be short-lived.

But if the small discounters do go out of business, it will be because they have launched a trend. This year, America's established international carriers have started touting for business from over seas customers themselves. In April American Telephone & Telegraph (AT&T) launched a third-country calling service of its own. Dubbed World Connect, the service lets customers use a personal identification number to call from45 different countries of the world via switches in America. Customers pay call charges in dollars ,along with their normal domestic bills. In June AT&T's biggest rival, MCI, launched a similar service , called World Reach. Both products supplement the firms' long-establishes "call-home" services , which make it easier for travelling Americans to call home.

Though AT&T and MCI both hotly deny selling international calls to foreigners explicitly, some foreign carriers certainly fear this. Neither ATST nor MCI has been allowed to offer its new services in Japan, Australia, Spain, Italy, Brazil, Argentina or Mexico. The small discounters have run into similar problems.

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