求2007年医学考博真题：Simulated FATMD Test
Part I Listening Comprehension(30%)
1. A. To do some experiments. B. To attend a class.
C. To review his lessons. D. To take a test.
2. A. In a hotel. B. In the hospital.
C. In the prison. D. At the airport.
3. A. He got an ulcer in his stomach.
B. He got hurt in the soccer game.
C. He will be discharged soon.
D. He got his tumor removed.
4. A. She told a lie so as not to hurt Jimmy.
B. She left because she had a headache.
C. She hurt Jimmy by telling him a lie.
D. She slept off her headache.
5. A. His new car is not fast enough.
B. His new car moves very fast.
C. His new car is a real bargain.
D. His new car is somewhat of a financial burden.
6. A. Get more time to relax.
B. Take some tranquilizers.
C. Seek a second opinion.
D. Avoid her responsibilities.
7. A. He got a headache while establishing the institute.
B. He ha a hard time getting the institute stated.
C. Everything was OK at the beginning.
D. It is impossible to open such an institute in Seoul.
8. A. Excited. B. Frustrated. C. Annoyed. D. Relieved.
9. A. Each class lasts an hour.
B. The class is meeting in an hour and a half.
C. The class meets fours and a half per week.
D. The class meets for half an hour three times a week.
10. A. The woman was a good skier.
B. The woman chouldn’t ski.
C. The woman didn’t intend to go skiing.
D. Twoman didn’t like Swiss.
11. A. She’s an insurance agent.
B. She’s an insurance client.
C. She’s a bank clerk.
D. She’s a driver.
12. A. He tripped over some crutcher.
B. He had rheumatism in his legs.
C. He sprained his foot.
D. He broke his leg.
13. A.The vacation is almost gone.
B. The vacation has just started.
C. They are prepared for the new semester.
D. They can’t wait for the new semester.
14. A. She was knocked down by a feather.
B. She is shamed of Larry.
C. She was really surprised.
D. She was proud of Larry.
15. A. To visit his son. B. To perform an operation.
C. To have an operation. D. To send his son for an operation.
16. A. A pharmacist. B. A visitor
C. A physician D. A dieter.
17. A. Cough. B. Diarrhea.
C. Headache. D. Stomach upset.
18. A. Pain-killers. B. Cough syrup.
C. Anti-diarrheas. D. Indigestion tablets.
19. A. The cold weather.
B. Tirdness caused by traveling.
C. The strange food the had eaten.
D. The greasy food he had eaten.
20. A. Take the medicine from the woman.
B. Go to see a specialist.
C. Stop eating and drinking for a few days.
D. Stay in bed for a couple of days.
21. A. Headaches B. Insomnia.
C. Respiratory problems. D. Digestive problems.
22. A. On Monday in Edinburgh.
B. On Wednesday in Edinburgh.
C. On Monday at Staffordshire University.
p; D. On Wednesday at Staffordshire University.
23. A. 94. B. 41 C. 130 D. 135
24. A. The subjects were asked to write of their free will.
B. The subjects were asked to write in a systematic way.
C. The subjects were asked to say how often they made entries.
D. The subjects were asked if they had written down anything traumatic.
25. A. The diarists who write of their free will.
B. The diarists who were students at Staffordshire University.
C. The diarists who had written about trauma.
D. The non-diarists who were susceptible to headaches.
26. A. A brief history of British pubs.
B. Beer-the-British national drink.
C. Various attempts made to curb drinking in a Britain.
D. The frustrating opening and closing hours of British pubs.
27. A. As early as 659AD.
B. After 659AD.
C. Before the Roman invasion .
D. After the Roman invasion.
28. A. To restrict drinking hours.
B. To restrict travelers to certain drinks.
C. To encourage the locals to drink in other towns.
D. To encourage inns to lodge various kinds of people.
29. A. People were better off.
B. The government failed to persuade people from drinking.
C. There apperared a new cheap drink.
D. Drinkers had found various ways to get around the laws.
30. A. The licensing hours have been extended.
B. Old people are not allowed to drink in pubs.
C. Children are not allowed yet to drink in pubs.
D. Big changes have taken place in pubs.
Part II Vocabulary(10%)
31. The doctor gave him an injection in order to ________the pain.
32. His broken arm healed well, but sh died of the pneumonia which followed as a _______.
C. fell upon
33.Unfortunately,our vacation plans _________on account of transport strike.
A. fell back
B. fell through
C. fell upon
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34. The _______ climate of Hawaii attracts visitors from all over the world every year.
35. This is the _______ in which the organism lives most effecitively.
36. The doctor suggests that a good holiday in the country should _______ him _____ nicely after his operation.
37. His behavior was so ______ that ever the merciful people could not forgive him.
38. ________ to your present job until you can get a better one.
A. Hang about
B. Hang back
C. Hang behind
D. Hang on
39. Suffering from his leg illness, Tom is very _______ nowadays.
40. He saved some money for artistic ______ such as fine paintings.
41. It has been proved that the chemical is lethal to rats but safe for cattle.
A. fatal B. reactive C. unique D. vital
42. To their surprise, she has been nominated as candidate for the Presidency.
A. recognized B. defined C. appointed D. promoted
43. We cannot look down our opponent, who is an experienced swimmer.
A. player B. competitor C. referee D. partner
44. She is regarded as a good nurse in that she a
ttends to patients without any complaint.
A. sees through B. looks over C. takes in D. cares for
45. It is well known that the minimum penalty for this crime is 2years’ imprisonment.
A. conviction B. span C. mercy D. punishment
46. The whole area of the national and local governments tried to wipe out rats to prevent the spread of disease.
A. exterminate B. dominate C. determinate D. contaminate
47. All the students are afraid of him since he is always severe with them.
A. vigorous B. rigorous C. vigilant D. rigid
48. The biggest engineering project that they undertook was encumbered by lack of funds.
A. cancelled B. condensed C. hampered D. haunted
49. In order to be a successful diplomat you must be enthusiastic and magnetic.
A. arrogant B. industrious C. zealous D. attractive
50. He is successful as a doctor because of his dynamic personality, he seems to have unlimited energy.
A. meticulous B. vigorous C. aggressive D. arbitrary
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