PART1 Reading Comprehension
DIRECTIONS:In this part, there are 3 passages. Each of them is followed by 5 questions, andto each question, there are four possible answers marked with A, B, C, D. Pleasechoose the correct or best answer to each question and mark it on your ANSWERSHEET. (本大题共15小题，每小题2分，共30分)
Cabinattendants make face-to-face contact with passengers. Their professional imagereflects the airlines’service image. Passengers’opinion of an airline is basedon their speech, behavior and service standard.
Cabinattendants should possess essential qualifications for their work, as well asthe rigid physical requirements such as height and vision. The quality of cabinservice is judged on the friendliness, courtesy and appearance of the cabinattendants.
First,cabin attendants should enjoy their work. They are doing an exciting andchallenging job. They should be friendly and helpful to passengers. They mustkeep smiling during their work, for a smile is a good way to help passengersrelax. They must also provide a courteous and efficient service to thepassengers. Second, a warm concern for other people is a necessary qualificationfor passenger service work. Dignity, warmth and a sincere liking for people arethe best qualities.
1.How do passengers get their opinions of the airlines?
A.CAs’speech B. CAs’behavior
C.CAs’service standard D. All of the above
2.The excellent quality of cabin service is NOT judged on ____.
A.the request of the passengers
B.the friendliness of the cabin attendants
C.the courtesy of the cabin attendants
D.the height and vision of the cabin attendants
3.Why should cabin attendants keep smiling during their work?
A.Because they like smiling.
B.Because smile is a good way to help passengers relax.
C.Because the passengers ask them to smile.
D.Because it can make their faces thinner when smiling.
4.The phrase “a necessary qualification for passenger service work” in paragraph 3means ____.
A.rigid physical requirements
B.a warm concern for the passengers
C.a courteous and efficient service to the passengers
D.good professional image
5.According to this passage, we can know that the cabin attendants work is NOT____.
A.comfortable B. necessary
C.challenging D. exciting
Cabinattendants seem generally satisfied with the majority of caterers(配餐公司) theyuse. In a survey about aviation caterers, most cabin attendants found that thecaterers usually have an experienced staff, qualified chefs and a good product.While there may be occasional lapses in good service or quality, most catersreceive high marks from cabin attendants.
Thesuccess is in the “whole package”. There’s no part of the catering process thatisn’t critical, quality food, attractive presentation, proper packaging, on-timedelivery are all important.
Somecaterers rank high because not only do they have quality ingredients and aninteresting menu, but also they have refrigerated vehicles, a rapid turn-aroundfor linens and dining ware and a 24-hour hotline service.
Inaddition to the full-time chefs, they have a long list of colleagues forspecialty items. In America, chefs at New Horizons are well known for theirin-house breads and pastries, and in particular for their Florida stonecrab.
AChicago-based caterer, the company provides meals for a “huge number of sportsteams”. In the face of fierce winter winds, ice and snow, Georgis provides goodcatering from its location near the metropolitan center to virtually everyoutlying airport. It’s always a challenge to cater a flight for certain specialpassengers, such as those with religious dietary rules.
Whilecatering generally receives high masks from most of the cabin attendantsresponding, there were a number of highly critical comments.
Costand packaging are generally still big issues. A catering order for breakfast andlunch for 200 passengers excluding wines is regarded as too high for theairlines.
6.Which of the following is NOT mentioned as characteristics of good caterers?
A.Experienced staff. B. Qualified chefs.
C.Good price. D. Good product.
7.Quality food, attractive presentation, proper packaging and on-time delivery are____.
D.given here in the order of the process of packing
8.Specialty items mentioned do not include ____.
A.quality ingredients B. in-house breads pastries
C.Florida stone crab D. pastries
9.The Georgis company did a challenging job because ____.
A.there was strong wind
B.there was ice and snow
C.it was winter
D.religious meals have many special requirements
10.____ are still big issues.
B.Cost and packaging
C.A rapid turn around for linens and dining ware
D.A 24-hour hotline service
Thecabin crew check that all the passengers are on board, and the doors are closedand locked. Gently the walkway swings back from the fuselage, the body of theaircraft, and a specially designed powerful tractor pushes the giant 747 awayfrom the loading bay. Meanwhile, the airport traffic control has given clearanceto start the engines and the flight crew carries out all the last minute checks.All the systems are in full working order, and the wing flaps(襟翼) and flyingcontrols are tested.
Atthe same time the cabin crew check that all the passengers are wearing theirseat belts properly and then demonstrate the emergency procedures. They pointout the exits on the plane, and demonstrate how to wear and inflate the lifejackets located under each seat. Lastly they show how to use the oxygen masksthat automatically fall from the ceiling should it become difficult for thepassengers to breathe.
Apuff of smoke from the jet, and a slow whine gradually becomes a low roar(咆哮，巨响)as the first engine is started up. One by one the four engines come to life,though there is little to see apart from the shimmer of the exhausts. After afinal signal to the ground crew that the engines are running normally, thecaptain eases the plane along the network of taxiways that lead to the runway,and takes his place in the queue for take-off.
Witha thunderous roar, the plane departs. With flaps fully extended for take-off the747 turns into the main runway. The pilot and co-pilot each place a hand firmlyon the throttle levers(油杆), and push them steadily forward. The vibration andnoise swells as the engines are brought up to full power. Suddenly the brakesare released, and the passengers are pressed back into their seats as all 313tons of the Boeing 747 accelerates up the runway.
11.What should the cabin crew do before the planes takes off?
A.They check that all the passengers are on board.
B.They check that all the passengers keep their seat belts fastened.
C.They demonstrate how to put on the life jackets and how to use the oxygenmasks.
D.All the above.
12.Which of the following sentences is NOT true?
A.Both the taxiway and the runway can be used for take-off and the captain shouldknow which way to choose.
B.The captain has to wait for his turn before the plane is permitted to takeoff.
C.The oxygen mask is kept in the ceiling compartment of the cabin.
D.The pilots can start the engines of the plane when they get the clearance fromthe traffic control.
13.In deciding when a plane takes off, ____.
A.the cockpit is instructed by the cabin attendants
B.the cockpit requests the controllers
C.the traffic controllers, the cabin attendants and cockpit crew cooperate withone another
D.the captain will decide when
14.What kind of plane is a Boeing 747?
A.It is a giant, four-engine plane.
B.It has many engines and only the first engine can work.
C.It is a light but noisy plane.
D.It is a trouble-free plane, and never has anything wrong with it.
15.The sentence “…the passengers are pressed back into their seats …”in the lastparagraph may possibly mean that ____.
A.the passengers are hijacked by armed hijackers
B.the passengers can’t resist the G—force (地球引力) of the plane when it is speedingup
C.the passengers are confined to their seats
D.the passengers are playing the game
DIRECTIONS:In this part, there are ten sentences written in English. Translate thesesentences into Chinese. Each of the sentences is followed by four choices ofsuggested translation marked A, B, C, and D. Make the best choice and blackenthe corresponding letter on your ANSWER SHEET. (本大题共10小题，每小题3分，共30分)
16.Processing areas are designated for the formalities associated with processingpassengers.
17.All exits are equipped with exit signs above and adjacent to the exits.
18.In general, the passengers must obey the crew without question in an emergencyin order to ensure the safety.
19.Any valuables should be kept with you at all times.
A.有价值的物品应一直放在身边。 B. 你应该将所有贵重物品一直留着。
C.贵重物品应随身携带。 D. 所有的财物应随身携带。
20.Many passengers prefer to sleep during the flight rather than watch the films,listen to the music or the other programs.
21.Duty-free items are normally subject to volume limitations.
A.免税商品常受数量限制。 B. 免税商品通常不受数量限制。
C.自由买卖的商品通常受到数量限制。 D. 自由买卖的商品通常受到价格限制。
22.Cabin attendants should respond to the varied needs of the passengers they willserve.
23.For the sake of safety, the tray table should be folded up before landing.
24.Please latch the overhead bins properly.
A.请正确使用上方的行李箱。 B. 请把上方行李箱打开。
C.请把舱顶行李箱锁好。 D. 请将上方的行李箱放好。
25.Please walk in this direction, don’t leave things in the aisle.
PART3 Proper Nouns & Terms
DIRECTIONS:In this part, there are 10 proper nouns & terms. Please match the propernouns & terms with the Chinese meaning.(本大题共10小题，每小题2分，共20分)
26.cabin fault A. 出发时间
27.aviation industry B. 等候区
28.unaccompanied minor C. 客舱故障
29.briefing D. 航空业
30.departure time E. 流鼻血
31.nose bleeding F. 紧急情况检查单
32.retail prices G. 旅客广播系统
33.holding area H. 准备会
34.emergency checklist I. 零售价
35.passenger announcement system J. 无人陪伴儿童
PART4 Cloze Test
DIRECTIONS:In this part, the words and phrases are missing in the following paragraph.Choose the most appropriate words from the following FORM.(本大题共10小题，每小题2分，共20分)
Ifa passenger wants to 36 by air, he can purchase a ticket in advance at theairline
37office or its agents, or on the world-wide-web, “the Internet”, 38 to relevantregulations. A 39 passenger purchasing a ticket needs to produce an “InhabitantIdentity Card” or other valid identity 40 and fill in the “Passenger ReservationRecord”. A foreigner needs to produce a valid 41 , or other valid identity card.An issued ticket is valid 42
forthe passenger whose name appears on the ticket. It is not transferrable.
Apassenger taking an international or regional flight must arrive at thedesignated airport 90 minutes before the 43 time of the flight departure. Thistime is needed for the passenger to have his ticket, passport, visa and anyother travel documents inspected at 44 and to go through departure procedures.Airlines usually 45 check-in 30 minutes before the departure of theflight.