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        • NCRE計算機職業英語一級考試樣卷

          發布時間:2009-03-02

            Section One            Listening Comprehension

            The section is designed to test your ability to understand spoken English. There are three parts in this section: Part A, Part B and Part C. Each part has a special direction.

            Remember, you should answer the questions by clicking the answer with the mouse.

            Here is an example.

            You will hear:

            Woman: Welcome to DreamTech. May I help you?

            Man: Yes, I have an appointment with Mrs. Becker, the HR manager. My name is Sam Wilson.

            You will read:

            Whom is the man going to meet?

            [A] Mrs. Becker, the HR Manager.

            [B] Mr. Becker, the HR Manager.

            [C] Miss Becker, the HR Manager.

            The answer is [A]. You should click [A] with your mouse.

            Now look at Part A.

            Part A                

            You will hear five statements or dialogue. For each statement or dialogue, there is one question and three possible answers. Listen and choose the best answer by clicking it with the mouse. You will have 15 seconds to answer the question. The recording will be played ONLY ONCE.

            Now look at Question 1.

            1. How long does the training last?

            [A] 2 hours.

            [B] 2 hours and a half.

            [C] 3 hours.

            2. What was the problem with the speaker’s computer?

            [A] It broke down.

            [B] It needed cleaning.

            [C] There was virus on it.

            3. What is the website?

            [A] www.dreamtech.com.cn

            [B] www.dream-tech.com.cn

            [C] www.dream_tech.com.cn

            4. What could the man’s job probably be?

            [A] A computer programmer.

            [B] A computer salesman.

            [C] A customer service person.

            5. What is the man’s problem?

            [A] He made some mistakes with Excel.

            [B] He couldn’t open a Word document.

            [C] He had an error with data in Access.

            Part B

            In this part, you will hear 5 dialogues. There are two questions following each dialogue. Before listening to each one, you will have 5 seconds to read each question. After listening, you will have 10 seconds to answer each question. Listen and choose the best answer by clicking it with the mouse. The recording will be played twice.

            Questions 6-7 are based on the following dialogue. You now have 10 seconds to read the questions.

            6. Why does the woman call the Customer Service?

            [A] To buy a new computer.

            [B] To complain about the bad service.

            [C] To have her money back.

            7. What will the man do?

            [A] Refund the woman.

            [B] Recline the woman’s request.

            [C] Send someone to fix the problem.

            Questions 8-9 are based on the following dialogue. You now have 10 seconds to read the questions.

            8. What is the man doing?

            [A] Asking for advice with letters.

            [B] Doing household accounts.

            [C] Buying a home computer.

            9. What do the man’s children want?

            [A] To surf the Internet.

            [B] To play games.

            [C] To write e-mails. 

            Questions 10-11 are based on the following dialogue. You now have 10 seconds to read the questions.

            10. What’s wrong with Sara’s computer?

            [A] It runs a bit slowly.

            [B] The mouse is too small.

            [C] The monitor doesn’t operate well.

            11. What is the possible relationship between Michael and Sara?

            [A] Colleagues.

            [B] Teacher and student.

            [C] Salesman and customer.

            Questions 12-13 are based on the following dialogue. You now have 10 seconds to read the questions.

            12. What does the man want to do?

            [A] Do some shopping.

            [B] Apply a credit card.

            [C] Pay his bills.

            13. What does the woman think of the on-line transaction?

            [A] It’s reliable.

            [B] It’s problematic.

            [C] It’s specialized for companies.

            Questions 14-15 are based on the following dialogue. You now have 10 seconds to read the questions.

            14. What is the woman’s advice?

            [A] Keep the mail straightforward.

            [B] Send the mail by fax.

            [C] Highlight the mail.

            15. When are capital letters used in a mail?

            [A] To stress a point.

            [B] To close the mail.

            [C] To identify the writer.

            Part C

            In this part, you will hear 5 questions. Each question is followed by three responses. Listen and choose the best response to the question. You will have 15 seconds to answer each question. You will hear each question ONLY ONCE.

            16.

            [A] It’s not plugged in.

            [B] Yes, it’s very powerful.

            [C] No, I don’t have one.

            17.

            [A] Yes, please do.

            [B] They’re open from 10 until 4.

            [C] Sorry, I’m new here myself.

            18.

            [A] No, I couldn’t find it.

            [B] In the Newcomers folder.

            [C] A little while ago.

            19.

            [A] Only ten people will go.

            [B] At 1 o’clock.

            [C] There isn’t much time left.

            20.

            [A] A little while ago.

            [B] No, go right ahead.

            [C] No, it’s not on my mind.

            This is the end of Listening Comprehension Section.

            Section Two    Vocabulary

            Part A         

            There are 10 terms or phrases in the following box. Below the box are the explanations for these terms. Choose the correct explanation from [A] – [J] for each term by typing the corresponding letter.

            Section One              Listening Comprehension

            The section is designed to test your ability to understand spoken English. There are three parts in this section: Part A, Part B and Part C. Each part has a special direction.

            Remember, you should answer the questions by clicking the answer with the mouse.

            Here is an example.

            You will hear:

            Woman: Welcome to DreamTech. May I help you?

            Man: Yes, I have an appointment with Mrs. Becker, the HR manager. My name is Sam Wilson.

            You will read:

            Whom is the man going to meet?

            [A] Mrs. Becker, the HR Manager.

            [B] Mr. Becker, the HR Manager.

            [C] Miss Becker, the HR Manager.

            The answer is [A]. You should click [A] with your mouse.

            Now look at Part A.

            Part A                 

            You will hear five statements or dialogue. For each statement or dialogue, there is one question and three possible answers. Listen and choose the best answer by clicking it with the mouse. You will have 15 seconds to answer the question. The recording will be played ONLY ONCE.

            Now look at Question 1.

            1. How long does the training last?

            [A] 2 hours.

            [B] 2 hours and a half.

            [C] 3 hours.

            2. What was the problem with the speaker’s computer?

            [A] It broke down.

            [B] It needed cleaning.

            [C] There was virus on it.

            3. What is the website?

            [A] www.dreamtech.com.cn

            [B] www.dream-tech.com.cn

            [C] www.dream_tech.com.cn

            4. What could the man’s job probably be?

            [A] A computer programmer.

            [B] A computer salesman.

            [C] A customer service person.

            5. What is the man’s problem?

            [A] He made some mistakes with Excel.

            [B] He couldn’t open a Word document.

            [C] He had an error with data in Access.

            Part B

            In this part, you will hear 5 dialogues. There are two questions following each dialogue. Before listening to each one, you will have 5 seconds to read each question. After listening, you will have 10 seconds to answer each question. Listen and choose the best answer by clicking it with the mouse. The recording will be played twice.

            Questions 6-7 are based on the following dialogue. You now have 10 seconds to read the questions.

            6. Why does the woman call the Customer Service?

            [A] To buy a new computer.

            [B] To complain about the bad service.

            [C] To have her money back.

            7. What will the man do?

            [A] Refund the woman.

            [B] Recline the woman’s request.

            [C] Send someone to fix the problem.

            Questions 8-9 are based on the following dialogue. You now have 10 seconds to read the questions.

            8. What is the man doing?

            [A] Asking for advice with letters.

            [B] Doing household accounts.

            [C] Buying a home computer.

            9. What do the man’s children want?

            [A] To surf the Internet.

            [B] To play games.

            [C] To write e-mails. 

            Questions 10-11 are based on the following dialogue. You now have 10 seconds to read the questions.

            10. What’s wrong with Sara’s computer?

            [A] It runs a bit slowly.

            [B] The mouse is too small.

            [C] The monitor doesn’t operate well.

            11. What is the possible relationship between Michael and Sara?

            [A] Colleagues.

            [B] Teacher and student.

            [C] Salesman and customer.

            Questions 12-13 are based on the following dialogue. You now have 10 seconds to read the questions.

            12. What does the man want to do?

            [A] Do some shopping.

            [B] Apply a credit card.

            [C] Pay his bills.

            13. What does the woman think of the on-line transaction?

            [A] It’s reliable.

            [B] It’s problematic.

            [C] It’s specialized for companies.

            Questions 14-15 are based on the following dialogue. You now have 10 seconds to read the questions.

            14. What is the woman’s advice?

            [A] Keep the mail straightforward.

            [B] Send the mail by fax.

            [C] Highlight the mail.

            15. When are capital letters used in a mail?

            [A] To stress a point.

            [B] To close the mail.

            [C] To identify the writer.

            Part C

            In this part, you will hear 5 questions. Each question is followed by three responses. Listen and choose the best response to the question. You will have 15 seconds to answer each question. You will hear each question ONLY ONCE.

            16.

            [A] It’s not plugged in.

            [B] Yes, it’s very powerful.

            [C] No, I don’t have one.

            17.

            [A] Yes, please do.

            [B] They’re open from 10 until 4.

            [C] Sorry, I’m new here myself.

            18.

            [A] No, I couldn’t find it.

            [B] In the Newcomers folder.

            [C] A little while ago.

            19.

            [A] Only ten people will go.

            [B] At 1 o’clock.

            [C] There isn’t much time left.

            20.

            [A] A little while ago.

            [B] No, go right ahead.

            [C] No, it’s not on my mind.

            This is the end of Listening Comprehension Section.

            Section Two       Vocabulary

            Part A          

            There are 10 terms or phrases in the following box. Below the box are the explanations for these terms. Choose the correct explanation from [A] – [J] for each term by typing the corresponding letter.

            Here is an example:

            query            ___k___

            21. website               _______

            22. network               _______

            23. memo                      _______

            24. software           _______

            25. email                       _______

            26. to browse                _______

            27. memory            _______

            28. graphic                _______

            29. operating system  _______

            30. hyperlink          _______

            A.   computer instructions or data

            B.   a location on the World Wide Web

            C.    transmission of messages over communications networks

            D.    in database systems, it means to view data

            E.   an element in an electronic document that links to another place in the same document or to an entirely different document

            F.  a group of two or more computer systems linked together

            G.   the most important program on a computer that runs other programs, such as recognizing input from the keyboard, sending output to the display screen, etc.

            H.   the pictorial representation and manipulation of data

            I.   a record or a written statement, esp. one between employees of a company

            J.      internal storage areas in the computer

            K.     a way of searching for information in a database

            Part B          

            Read the following paragraph. Choose the best word from [A] – [G] for each numbered blank. You should type in the blanks with the corresponding letters.

            In Excel, one of the most popular (31)      programs, the files used are called workbooks. These consist of (32)     , which are the electronic form of large sheets of paper. The data is displayed in rows and (33)      , in a large table on the screen. Cells are the small boxes formed where rows and columns intersect. Every cell has a(n) (34)      , which contains the labels of the row and column which intersect to form it, for example D5. Cells can contain numeric data, (35)      , formulas or functions. Text is used for titles, or to describe the figures being displayed. Numeric data can be entered using the keyboard or can result from calculations.

            [A] address

            [B] text

            [C] workbooks

            [D] worksheets

            [E] spreadsheet

            [F] rows

            [G] columns

            Section Three                  Reading Comprehension

            Part A   

            Read the following text. Answer the questions by clicking [A], [B] or [C] with your mouse.

            When you select Rehearse Timings, your Slide Show starts running, and PowerPoint starts timing it. The timing is displayed in the Rehearsal dialog box. When the Slide Show comes to an end, PowerPoint will give you the final running time.

            Follow these steps to time your presentation:

            1. Click the Slide Show menu, and then click Rehearse Timings. The Slide Show begins and a Rehearsal dialog box appears in the lower-right-hand corner of the screen.

            2. Begin speaking and presenting your show.

            3. If you want to repeat your rehearsal of a slide, click the Repeat button on the Rehearsal dialog box. The current slide repeats and the timing for it starts over.

            4. Rehearse your presentation until it's finished. After you're done, a message box appears. It tells you the final running time and it asks you if you want to record the timings to use for viewing the presentation.

            5. Click No. You are returned to the PowerPoint window.

            Note: You click No because you are only timing the show. You would click Yes if you wanted to use the recorded timings to automate your presentation.

            36. When Rehearse Timings is selected, Slide Show

            [A] comes to an end

            [B] starts running

            [C] repeats

            37. The final running time appears in

            [A] the Rehearsal dialog box

            [B] the PowerPoint window

            [C] the message box

            38. You can begin speaking and presenting your show after clicking

            [A] the Rehearse Timings

            [B] the Repeat button

            [C] the Slide Show menu

            39. If you want to time your rehearsal of a slide again, click _______ on the Rehearsal dialog box

            [A] the Rehearse Timings

            [B] the Repeat button

            [C] No

            40. If you want to automate your presentation, click

            [A] Yes

            [B] No

            [C] the Repeat button

            Part B   

            Read the following texts. Answer the questions on each text by clicking [A], [B] or [C] with your mouse.

            Text 1

            A spreadsheet program is an application which is used to display data and to perform calculations on it. The word ’spreadsheet’ is also used to refer to the product created by this type of application--- for example a table of information in words and figures, either on the screen, as a file, or as a printout.

            In Excel, one of the most popular spreadsheet programs, the files used are called workbooks. These consist of worksheets, or ‘sheets’, which are the electronic equivalent of large sheet of paper. The data is displayed in rows and columns, in a large table on the screen. The columns are usually labelled with letters of the alphabet (though sometimes with a number) at the top of the worksheet, and the rows are labelled with numbers on the left. The grey areas at the top of columns are called ‘column headings’, and the corresponding areas to the left of the rows are called “row headings”. Cells are the small boxes formed where rows and columns intersect. Every cell has an ‘address’ which contains the labels of the row and column which intersect to form it.

            41. A spreadsheet program is used to

            [A] display data and to perform calculations

            [B] create the products

            [C] label the column

            42. The files used In Excel are called

            [A] worksheets

            [B] workbooks

            [C] sheets

            43. The columns are usually labeled with

            [A] addresses

            [B] numbers

            [C] letters of the alphabet

            44. Cells are the boxes where _______ intersect

            [A] rows and columns

            [B] row headings and column headings 

            [C] letters and numbers

            Text  2

            You've seen how simple it is to send an email message, even simpler than sending a letter and going through postal mail. Email is fast, immediate and free. Perhaps you've noticed – while composing a message – Bcc and Cc buttons and wondered about them. To send an email message you need to type an email address next to To.

            Cc and Bcc have similar functions, even more interesting.

            Cc (Carbon Copy) allows you to send copies of the same message to multiple email addresses.

            Bcc (Blind Carbon Copy) allows you to send messages to people without including others email addresses in the message header.

            With To and Cc all email addresses appear in the header of the message you send. If you frequently send messages to lots of people, use Bcc instead of Cc and no one will be able to know to whom you're sending the message.

            Tip: you can easily add an email by clicking on (besides To, Cc, Bcc)

            If you are composing a long email message, click File>>Save, and a copy of your message is immediately saved in Draft folder. That way you will never lose your messages if something bad happens. Press on Draft folder, open the message and continue from where you left. You can also save messages to any location on your computer. Select a message from a folder (e.g. Inbox), double-click to open it and click File>>Save As.. specify a location and press Save.

            When saving you can choose between three different formats:

            Mail format (.eml): The file is saved as .eml , 2-click its icon to launch Outlook Express.

            Txt Format (.txt): message is stored as a text file, read with Notepad or any text editor.

            Html format (.htm, .html): This format is not available for all messages, it allows to save a message as webpage.

            The Mail format requires Outlook Express to open the message. 

            Txt is the safest, since the message can be viewed using any text editor e.g. NotePad.

            Html messages can be viewed within any browser e.g. Internet Explorer or Netscape Navigator. If you want to exchange messages through floppies use Txt format.

            In most of the time you will be using the Address Book to add email addresses as recipients. In case you've typed an email address manually, click to verify that the address is correct or check if it's available in address book, if not simply click on New Contact in the Check Names window to add the new entry to your Address book.

            45. Bcc differs from To and Cc in that

            [A]    it’s faster and simpler

            [B]    it can send message to multiple receivers

            [C]    it won’t reveal others email address

            46. If you want to save your message as a webpage, you should choose the format of

            [A] (.eml)

            [B] (.txt)

            [C] (.htm)

            47. If you have filled in an address manually, you may click to

            [A] check if the address is correct

            [B] add a new entry to your Address book

            [C] change or delete the address

            Text 3

            Job One

            A pro-active role in a legal environment. The role will be primarily to provide support to around 100 users over two sites supporting a newly introduced application and also other desktop applications.

            Applicants will be part of a small team, working on a daily basis with desktop users therefore good communication, documenting and reporting skills are essential.

            Experience: Minimum 12 months experience supporting a corporate environment.

            Primary skills: Windows XP in and Active Directory environment, MS Office 2002, Networked Printers (HP)

            Secondary skills (Good Working Knowledge): Windows 2000 server and above, MS Exchange, LAN/WAN protocols, Spam and Anti Virus systems, Remote Access, VPN, Backup procedures

            Advantageous: MCP/CCNA Certification, SQL Server, Previously supported a legal environment. 

            Job Two

            London based IT service provider is seeking Functional and Automated Software Test engineers with 1-3 years of experience. A testing engineer is capable of supporting a client in test specification, execution and reporting needs. Tasks include creating test scripts using industry standard test specification methods as well as test execution during different phases of the project life cycle and analysis of and reporting on findings. ISEB Foundation Certificate in Software Testing is preferred.

            Sogeti’s worldwide service offering regarding testing, provides customers with insight into the quality of their software and the risks associated with insufficient quality. Sogeti methodologies like TMap® (Test Management Approach) and TPI® (Test Process Improvement) are used by companies all over the world. Sogeti employs over 1500 testing and QA professionals worldwide and seeks to significantly increase its testing presence in the UK.

            Essential Skills:

            • Functional Software Testing

            • Automated Software Testing (multiple tools)

            • ISEB Foundation Certificate in Software Testing

            Desirable Skills:

            • Defect Tracking and Management

            • Performance testing

            • Mercury toolset (WinRunner, QuickTestPro, LoadRunner, TestDirector)

            Job Three

            Responsible for specifications, design and implementation for custom reports and new features in Active Server Pages and Web development. 

            Yardi Systems, Inc. is a great place to work. We have terrific employees, a pleasant and casual working environment, competitive salaries, and an unbeatable benefits package. Our corporate culture stresses integrity, respect, trust, responsibility, and fun. We look for professional, enthusiastic, and self-motivated team players with a desire to learn and the ability to work in a fast paced environment. In today’s economy, there is some security in knowing that our clients have been using our real estate management software since 1982.

            Requirements

            Strong technical knowledge in software development methodologies, design and implementation. Thorough technical knowledge in coding VB.net, Oracle and MS-SQL programs. Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or equivalent experience. (0-2 years exp preferred)

            48. What position is the ad of Job One about?  

            [A] Computer programmer.        

            [B] Test engineer.        

            [C] Technical support.    

            49. If you are a new graduate from a technical university, which job may best suits you?

            [A] Job One.              

            [B] Job Two.      

            [C] Job Three.

            50. Which position requires good communication skills as well as essential technical knowledge?

            [A] Job One   

            [B] Job Two                 

            [C] Job Three.

            Part C

            Read the following e-mail and complete the contact form according to what you’ve learned from the e-mail. You should type the answers in the blanks numbered 51 to 55.

            Linda,

            I’ve arrived at the hotel. The conference will start tomorrow and end next Monday. Send e-mails to me if anything props up during that period.

            I met someone when I was waiting for my flight in New York yesterday. I think she might be interested in our products. Could you note down her contact information and do the follow-up?

            Her name is Jane Song. She manages the Sales Department in NewLand Corporation, which is based in Quincy, Massachusetts. They have interests in China. I’ve asked her to drop in when she’s in Beijing next time. She wants to know about our NAS 800 series products. Send her a brochure on these, and offer her a special price if she asks. Her address is 115 West Squantum Street, Quincy,MA 02117.

            Let me know if there is any problem.

            Kind regards,

            Patrick Lin

            Manager

            Sales Department

            DreamTech

            ______________________________________________________________

            Contact Form

            Contact made by:  Patrick Lin                    

            Place & Date      New York, on 5 June                     

            Contact

            Name:             Jane Song

            Company:         (51)_________________________________

            Address:          115 West Squantum Street, Quincy, MA 02117

            Department:       (52) _________________________________

            Position:          (53) _________________________________

            Interested in:      (54) _________________________________

            Actions            (55) _________________________________

            Section Four    Writing

            56. Directions:

            Suppose you work in the R&D Department of an IT company. Your company plans to launch a new product next month. You want to arrange a meeting with some of the staff in the marketing department to get their opinions about the launch.

            Write a memo to the marketing manager, Johnson, saying:

            1、where and when the meeting will be

            2、what the purpose of the meeting will be

            3、which staff should attend the meeting

            You should type the memo in the box below.

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