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I. Multiple Choice 20 points   2¢×10

1. The region, ________ with copper, tin and coal mines, is also rich in natural resources.

   A. pocked  B. being pocked  C. pocking    D. having been pocked

2. ________ the devastating earthquake two years ago that killed 87,000 in neighboring Sichuan Province, many buildings collapsed, including schools.

A. As to  B. As for   C. As with    D. As of

3. A message on a software company Web site registered to Stack_________ a suicide note.

A. looks as   B. believes to be   C. seems as      D. appears to be

4. Now to the anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, it was one year ago today the storm ________ the U.S. Gulf Coast ripping families and entire communities apart..

A. attacked   B. swept across     C. ploughed into     D. destroyed

5. Today the President said it________ take years not months to bring the region back..

A. will   B. would  C. will have to   D. would have to

6. More than eighteen hundred________ and hundreds are still unaccounted for..
A. dead      B. were dead     C. died     D. die

7. While no formal charges _________ against him, the chairman apologized for causing concern to the public and the media.

   A. were made     B. were being made    C. made      D. had been made

8. Safety experts suggested that an on-board warning system already in use in hundreds of airplanes ____________ the crash.

   A. will have prevented     B. may have prevented    C. could have prevented          D. should prevent  

9. Italy’s Prime Minister, Silvio Berlusconi, not for the first time ___________ in Italian courts on corruption charges..

A.  is being pursued    B. is pursued     C. was being pursued    D. has been pursued

10. Damage estimates ________in excess of eighty billion dollars .

A.   has been      B. run     C.  was running    D. runs

II.  Fill in the blanks with proper word forms as shown below  20 points   1¢×20

    e.g. She looked at her sister with envy and hatred  (hate)

1.      In the same broadcast, an officer in the Chinese Army said that the road to the airport was__________. (pass)

2.      Many villages ________ well above 16,000 feet, with freezing temperatures not uncommon in mid-April. (sit)

3.      "I saw it written once that the definition of _________is repeating the same process over and over and expecting the outcome to suddenly be different," the online message said. (insane)

4.      New Orleans. The city’s protected levees were breached and eighty percent of the city was _________ for weeks. (flood)

5.      Just before Katrina six in ten Americans considered Mr. Bush a strong and ___________ leader,… (decide)

6.      Mr. Bush moves on to New Orleans, Louisiana where he admits the __________ effort is much slower. (recover)

7.      At 3:00 pm there’ll be a jazz funeral from the convention center to the superdome. Thousands of people spent days at those two sites living in ___________ conditions.  (shock)

8.      Hyundai Motors chairman, CHUNG MONG KOO cut short a business trip to face possible ___________. (question)

9.      The Hyundai dynasty started with the late __________ CHUNG JUN YUNG who was instrumental in building one of the biggest conglomerates in the country. (found)

10.  The __________ discussion between the air traffic controllers and the flight crew were about a take-off from runway 22. (plan)

11.  The bodies of all 49 victims now have been recovered from the burned fuselage, and _____________ is underway. (identify)

12.  There were no ___________ that crew members applied the brakes or the thrust reversers to slow down. (indicate)

13.  Keith Madison, a baseball coach at the University of Kentucky, fielded calls from young men numb with __________ over the death of their former teammate Jonathan Hooker, 27, the groom in Saturday’s wedding. (belief)

14.  Prosecutors allege the money was _________ from Italy.  (route)

15.  If formal charges are made, it would add new __________ and abuse of power allegations to the prime minister's already lengthy legal docket. (bribe)

16.  Up to now, Berlusconi had been asked to _________ in the case, but had not been implicated in any wrongdoing. (test)

17.  And, has Mills ever used his political connections to __________ his business interests? (further)

18.  The time from the beginning of the takeoff roll until impact was 29 seconds, and there was no ___________ from the lone tower controller on duty. (warn)

19.  The NTSB put runway incursions on its 2006 list of most urgently needed _________ improvements, citing the need for warning systems. (safe)

20.  The bodies of all 49 victims now have been recovered from the _________ fuselage, and identification is underway. (burn)

III.  Define the following underlined words or expressions  (20 points   1¢×20)

1.       Officials said that rescue efforts were stymied by a lack of heavy equipment.

2.       In its current form it represents the culmination of 20 years of experience in the software development consulting business.

3.       In the long message, the writer rails against the government and, particularly, the Internal Revenue Service.

4.       Katrina exposed issues of race and poverty and it brought one of America’s biggest and most charming cities to its knees.

5.       Mr. Bush says the one hundred ten billion dollars in federal aid allocated for Gulf Coast recover is robust.

6.       Last month, a lobbyist was arrested on charges of receiving money from conglomerates to bribe government officials,…

7.       The stakes are already high. KIA and HYUNDAI are aggressively expanding overseas, with new plants sprouting out not only in the US, but in China, India and east Europe.

8.       The city’s protected levees were breached and eighty percent of the city was flooded for weeks. More than eighteen hundred died and hundreds are still unaccounted for.

9.      

The Presidents’ image as a strong leader took a big hit after the hurricane and has never recovered.

10.   President Bush is trying to convince the American people he is still committed to bringing the Gulf Coat back.

11.   Many Americans blame the US President for some of the blunders. 

12.   Prosecutors are investigating whether the country’s largest car maker created slush funds to bribe government officials.

13.   The results have sent ripples beyond Italy's borders: In the space of one week, ratings agency Standard & Poor's downgraded Italy's sovereign debt,.

14.   The outcome of all these investigations is expected to seriously affect whether the CHUNG family as well as the Hyundai Motor Group stay on the road to global success.

15.   As you know, the FDR and evidence on scene indicates the crew took off from runway 26.

16.   The Air Line Pilots Association says an overhaul of rules governing how long and how often a crew can fly is long overdue.

17.   So this was not a man who cut corners. He was very detail-oriented.

18.   But so far, there is no indication that will take place as the beleaguered prime minister reaches the three-quarter century mark, as Berlusconi focuses on efforts to hold his fractured government coalition together and avoid criminal prosecution.

19.   Italian prosecutors say money was transferred, ever so discreetly, through a range of off-shore accounts.

20.   "It is mortifying to witness behaviors that not only runs counter to the public decorum but is intrinsically sad and holly," said Cardinal Angelo Bagnasco.

IV.  Read and Compare  ( 30 points )

Reading A    

[1] AUSTIN, Tex. — Leaving behind a rant against the government, big business and particularly the tax system, a computer engineer smashed a small aircraft into an office building where nearly 200 employees of the Internal Revenue Service were starting their workday Thursday morning, the authorities said.

[2] The pilot, identified as Andrew Joseph Stack III, 53, of north Austin, apparently died in the crash, and one other person was unaccounted for. Late Thursday, two bodies were pulled from the site, though the authorities would not discuss the identities of those found, the Associated Press reported. Two serious injuries were also reported in the crash and subsequent fire, which initially inspired fears of a terrorist attack and drew nationwide attention.

[3] But in place of the typical portrait of a terrorist driven by ideology, Mr. Stack was described as generally easygoing, a talented amateur musician with marital troubles and a maddening grudge against the tax authorities.

[4] “I knew Joe had a hang-up with the I.R.S. on account of them breaking him, taking his savings away,” said Jack Cook, the stepfather of Mr. Stack’s wife, in a telephone interview from his home in Oklahoma. “And that’s undoubtedly the reason he flew the airplane against that building. Not to kill people, but just to damage the I.R.S.”

[5] Within hours of the crash, before the death or even the identity of the pilot had been confirmed, officials ruled out any connection to terrorist groups or causes.

[6] “The main thing I want to put out there is that this is an isolated incident here; there is no cause for alarm,” said the Austin police chief, Art Acevedo, in a televised news conference at midday. Asked how he could be sure, Mr. Acevedo said, “You have to take my word at it, don’t you?”

[7] As the Department of Homeland Security opened an investigation and President Obama received a briefing from his counterterrorism adviser, John O. Brennan, federal officials emphasized the same message, describing the case as a criminal inquiry.

[8] Since the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, the notion of terrorists using small airplanes to crash into buildings has raised a special sort of public anxiety. That was the initial reaction in 2006, when a New York Yankees pitcher and his flight instructor died in a crash in Manhattan. On Thursday the North American Aerospace Defense Command sent two F-16 aircraft to patrol the area before it was determined that the crash was the work of one man.

[9] Mr. Stack’s aircraft, a single-engine fixed-wing Piper PA-28-236 registered in California, took off from Georgetown Municipal Airport, about 25 miles north of Austin, at 9:40 a.m., the Federal Aviation Administration said.

[10] At 9:56, the plane tore through a seven-story office building at 9430 Research Boulevard, about seven miles northwest of the State Capitol, local authorities said. Flames and smoke engulfed the building, sending big black burned panels to the ground. Emergency medical officials said two men were injured, both in the fire. One was transported to a burn unit in San Antonio. A third office worker was described only as unaccounted for.

[11] Aside from the I.R.S., private organizations including an education center affiliated with St. Edward’s University maintain offices in the building, according to address records. The local office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation is in a separate part of the complex.

[12] “We can confirm that the building that the plane hit this morning includes I.R.S. offices,” said Terry L. Lemons, a spokesman for the agency. “We have about 190 employees that work at those offices. We’re still in the process of accounting for everyone.”

[13] In a six-page statement signed “Joe Stack (1956-2010)” and posted on a Web site connected to Mr. Stack’s wife, the author singled out the tax agency as a source of suicidal rage, concluding, “Well, Mr. Big Brother I.R.S. man, let’s try something different, take my pound of flesh and sleep well.”

[14] Though profane at points, the statement articulated grievances with specific sections of the tax code, corporations, politicians and a local accountant. It appeared to have been written with some deliberation. At one point, the verbs “left” and “abandoned” appear side by side, seemingly an editing choice never settled.

[15] From relatives, friends and neighbors, a portrait emerged of Mr. Stack as a man pushed over the brink by retirement dreams deferred by a long series of financial setbacks.

[16] By the account of Mr. Cook, Mr. Stack was raised in an orphanage in Hershey, Pa., with a brother and sister, leaving the orphanage after high school to attend college. He worked as a software engineer in California, learned to fly and played guitar and piano for recreation. He moved to Austin, playing with a band and at informal gatherings.

[17] Mr. Stack met Mr. Cook’s stepdaughter, the former Sheryl Housh, through musician friends in Austin. After eight months of friendship, they dated and married about three years ago. Both had been previously married.

[18] Mrs. Stack, 50, listed in records at the University of Texas as a graduate student in music performance, brought her own back story to the marriage, having spent several years in the sway of a religious cult before her parents orchestrated a rescue.

[19] On visits to Oklahoma, Mr. Stack took his new in-laws up in his plane. He never spoke of his troubles with the I.R.S., though his wife related them. The family assembled in Austin at Christmas, and Mr. Stack seemed fine, Mr. Cook said.

[20] But in recent weeks Mrs. Stack complained to her parents of an increasingly frightening anger in her husband, straining the marriage, Mr. Cook said. On Wednesday night, Mrs. Stack took her 12-year-old daughter, Margaux, to a hotel to get away from her husband.

[21] They returned on Thursday morning to find their house ablaze, their belongings destroyed. Officials said the house fire was deliberately set, casting Mr. Stack as the primary suspect. But by that point he was gone, airborne.

[22] “This is a shock to me that he would do something like this,” Mr. Cook said. “But you get your anger up, you do it.”

Reading B  (TV Script)

[1] SARA SIDNER, CNN CORRESPONDENT: And I'm Sara Sidner in for Kiran Chetry. Here are the big stories we'll be telling you about in the next 15 minutes.

[2] We are learning more about the man behind the terror in Austin, Texas. A man whose frustrations with the tax man mushroomed to the point where he set his own house on fire, then took a small plane and crashed it into an office building. We're live in Austin with the latest on the investigation and talking to people who thought they knew the pilot.

[3] ROBERTS: But first this Friday morning, investigators are piecing together new information about a man with a grudge against the government who yesterday climbed into a small plane and flew it into an Austin, Texas, office building that has the local IRS office. So far, two bodies have been recovered. One believed to be the pilot. His name, Joe Stack, a man who apparently battled the government for years, the IRS in particular.

[4] Here's what we found out overnight about Stack. California records show the state suspended his license to do business twice, first for back taxes totaling more than $1,100 and then for not paying them at all. Stack's wife also reportedly complained to her parents about her husband's growing desperation and anger.

[5] Our Ed Lavandera and David Mattingly are both live in Austin, Texas, for us this morning with more on Stack's life and the FBI investigation. Let's start with Ed Lavandera.

[6] What are we learning overnight, Ed?

[7] ED LAVANDERA, CNN CORRESPONDENT: Well, John, what we have learned, obviously the story ended here in this northwest Austin office complex. But to get a sense of how we got here, we retraced Stack's steps through Austin yesterday.

(BEGIN VIDEOTAPE)

[8] LAVANDERA: The events of the day appear to have started in this neighborhood in north Austin. Joseph Stack owned that red brick home, and neighbors tell us that shortly after 9:00 in the morning, they found it completely engulfed in flames.

[9] (voice-over): The flames shot out of the house intensely. Neighbors rushed to call 911 as they saw Stack's wife and stepdaughter run up to the house. But no one could imagine what was about to unfold across the city.

[10] UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: I saw, of course, the flames and the smoke. And a little while later, I saw a little girl crying. She was crying really hard and she ran into my neighbor's house. And it appears to be her mother. It was an older woman. She ran in behind her.

[11] LAVANDERA: From this neighborhood it would be a 20 to 30-minute drive to the airport where Stack's small plane was allegedly waiting for him with a full tank of fuel.

[12] (on camera): This is the Georgetown Municipal airport. Authorities say Joseph Stack took off from here at 9:40 in the morning. He was in a four-feet Piper Cherokee aircraft, and a witness actually told CNN he waved to him as he left the hangar. And the only runway takes off toward Austin right over that tree line.

[13] (voice-over): Sixteen minutes later at 9:56 in the morning, Stack's aircraft emerged on the horizon. The building with nearly 200 employees inside in sight.

[14] (on camera): Witnesses tell CNN that Stack came out of the sky here appearing to aim for a building. He probably would have flown past the home that he owned and seeing it engulfed in flames before the flight ended here, crashing into that building.

[15] UNIDENTIFIED MALE: I saw something fall in the sky and then a big fireball kind of shoot out.

[16] UNIDENTIFIED MALE: The building shook and the lights went off and the lights flashed on. And then the roof came in, it felt like stuff fell on top of us.

[17] LAVANDERA (voice-over): The crash killed the pilot Joseph Stack and one person in the building. Thirteen others were injured, two of those taken to hospitals. Despite an angry online message railing against the IRS, investigators aren't saying what motivated Joseph Stack.

[18] UNIDENTIFIED MALE: I personally consider this a criminal act by a lone individual.

[19] UNIDENTIFIED MALE: How do you make that definition? How do you differentiate domestic terror versus --

[20] UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Well, it is a person that attacked a building. What his motivations are will be released at a later date.

(END VIDEOTAPE)

[21] LAVANDERA: And, John, first responders here have wrapped up their search of the building. As you mentioned at the beginning there, two bodies were recovered from the crash site. They are not confirming the identity of those bodies just yet, but this is now in the hands of the FBI and a massive federal investigation, John.

[22] ROBERTS: All right. Ed Lavandera for us this morning from Austin with the latest. Ed, thanks.


[23] SIDNER: Joe Stack left what essentially reads like a suicide note on his Web site. He railed against the IRS and blamed the government for his financial failures. The six-page rant also gives you some idea of Stack's emotional state before he climbed behind the controls of his plane, describing his actions as long time coming. He writes, quote, "I am finally ready to stop this insanity. Well, Mr. Big Brother IRS man, let's try something different. Take my pound of flesh and sleep well."

[24] So what kind of person was Joe Stack before he seemingly snapped? In that Internet message he used words like desperate, stuck and with a storm raging in his head. But ask his friends, those who thought they knew him really well, and that's not what you'll hear at all.

[25] Our David Mattingly did just that. He's live in Austin this morning. David, is there any sign from anyone that they saw maybe Stack going in and being violent?

[26] DAVID MATTINGLY, CNN CORRESPONDENT: Well, Sara, Stack's online complaints suggest he had problems with the IRS for decades but the people who say they thought they knew him well, thought they knew him well, say they never saw this anger in him at all.

Read and fill in the following two tables.

How do the newspaper and TV come to narrate the story?  (20%)

         

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           TV

                What are only covered on TV    (10%)

                          TV

V. Translate the following into Chinese  (  10 points   5¢×2 )

1.      Leaving behind a rant against the government, big business and particularly the tax system, a computer engineer smashed a small aircraft into an office building where nearly 200 employees of the Internal Revenue Service were starting their workday Thursday morning, the authorities said.

2.      We are learning more about the man behind the terror in Austin, Texas. A man whose frustrations with the tax man mushroomed to the point where he set his own house on fire, then took a small plane and crashed it into an office building. We're live in Austin with the latest on the investigation and talking to people who thought they knew the pilot.


 

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