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Dialogue listening(对话)
1. A. China.
  B. Japan.
  C. Canada.
  D. America.

2. A. Teaching.
  B. Looking for a job.
  C. Doing business.
  D. Studying.

3. A. Yes, he can.
  B. Yes, he can’t.
  C. No, he can’t.
  D. No, he won’t.

4. A. On a telephone.
  B. In a hotel.
  C. In a supermarket.
  D. In an office.

5. A. He received two job offers.
  B. He was also offered a job.
  C. He was the first to receive an offer.
  D. He received too many offers.

6. A. In the messroom.
  B. In the galley.
  C. In the restaurant.
  D. In the shop.

7. A. The chief mate
  B. The duty motorman.
  C. The duty engineer.
  D. The chief engineer.

8. A. An automatic boiler.
  B. Instruction book for the main engine.
  C. Operation instruction book for the boiler.
  D. Maintenance manual for the boiler.

9. A. An exhaust gas boiler.
  B. A donkey boiler.
  C. A water-tuber boiler.
  D. A WHR unit.

10A. Go to the engine room.
  B. Go to test the generator.
  C. Go ahead to front of the team.
  D. Try the main engine.

11A. Push the button of power supply firstly.
  B. Check everything firstly.
  C. Start oil pump firstly.
  D. Open the steam valve.

12A. 28 years.
  B. 7 years.
  C. 14 years.
D. 2 years.

13A. Motormen always work in the engine room.
  B. Motormen work on deck occasionally.
  C. Motormen work on the deck often.
D. Motormen often repair winches in the workshop.

14A.The chief engineer.
  B. The second engineer.
  C. The duty engineer.
D. The duty motorman.

15A.Main engine.
  B. Machine tools.
  C. Tool box.
D. Machine tools and tool box.

16A.Foam extinguisher.
  B. CO2 extinguisher.
  C. Water.
D. 1211.

17A.Fresh water tank.
  B. Bucket.
  C. Sea water tank.
D. Sea chest.

18A.Washing.
  B. Drinking.
  C. Ballasting.
D. Fire extinguishing.

19A.They are checking the engine telegraph.
  B. They are checking the main engine.
  C. They are correcting the clock.
D. The duty motorman.

20A. Stand by engine.
  B. Try the engine.
  C. Stop the engine.
D. Finish the engine.

21A. Before sailing.
  B. After finished with engine.
  C. Before arrival anchorage.
D. After arrival at port.

22A. He will go to take in the gangway.
  B. He will turn on the main engine.
C. He will check if the gangway has been taken in.
D. He will have the gangway checked.

23A.The main engine has been warmed up.
  B. The main engine has not been warmed up.
  C. The main engine cannot be warmed up
D. The main engine needn’t to be warmed up.

24A. Go ahead to the engine room.
  B. Go to his cabin.
  C. Give the pump a trial.
D. Try the main engine.

25A.In the donkey engine.
  B. In the steering gear.
  C. In the main engine.
D. In the propeller.

26A. Fire spreading.
  B. Fire extinguished.
  C. Flooding under control.
D. Flooding not under control.

27A. Stand- by generator broke down.
  B. NO.2 generator was out of order.
  C. NO.2 generator is the stand-by generator.
D. keep NO.2 generator running.

28A.Start stand- by generator after running emergency compressor.
  B. Start emergency compressor.
  C. Start the emergency generator with air provided by emergency compressor.
D. Start the emergency generator firstly.

29A.Our ship didn’t halt in time.
  B. A strong storm caused it.
  C. Another ship didn’t halt in time.
D. Our main engine was out of control.

30A.In the cargo control room.
  B. In the steering gear room.
  C. In the boiling room.
D. In the engine control room.

31A.We can start the main engine in no time.
  B. We can start the rush repairs in no time.
  C. As soon as we started the main engine, the rush repairs were finished.
D. We can start the main engine once these repairs are finished.

32A.The second speaker is not satisfied with the first speaker.
  B. The first speaker has done the perfect job.
  C. The piston will be removed.
D. The cylinder liner will be removed.

33A.The steering gear is repaired.
  B. A fire occurred in the steering gear room.
  C. The steering gear fails to function.
D. No fire has been found in the steering gear room.

34A.Turbocharger surging.
  B. Cylinder knocking.
  C. Piston scrapping.
D. Overload.

35A. Cargo hold is flooding.
  B. Engine room is flooding.
  C. Chief Engineer is blooding.
D. Somebody is blooding.

36A. Damaged.
  B. Blocked.
  C. Iced.
D. Cleared.  

37A.The engineer.
  B. The electrician.
  C. The motorman.
D. The third engineer.

38A.Oil spillage.
  B. Collision.
  C. Fire.
D. Aground.

39A.Out of the fuel tank.
  B. From the hull.
  C. From the filling line.
D. No oil leakage.

40A. Flooding is not spreading.
  B. Flooding is not under control.
  C. Fire is under control.
D. No oil leakage.

41A.Man overboard on starboard side.
  B. Man dead on port side.
  C. Man dead on starboard side.
D. Man overboard.

42A. He will raise the patient’s temperature.
  B. He will reduce the patient’s temperature.
C. He will take the patient’s temperature.
D. He will measure the patient’s blood.

43A.There were not enough tools.
  B. There were not enough crews.
  C. There was not enough water.
D. There was not enough time.

44A. Nobody inside.
  B. Oily.
  C. Rusted.
D. Tidy.

45A. He wants to check the operation of the emergency generator.
  B. He wants to operate the emergency generator.
  C. He usually is in charge of the generator.
D. He is a motorman.

46A. He greases the tools after use.
  B. He well keeps these tools.
  C. He usually stores the tools.
D. He takes these tools to the store room.

47A.The special survey.
  B. The docking survey.
  C. The annual survey.
D. The circular survey.

48A.Medical certificate.
  B. Medical care report.
  C. Certificate of Competence.
D. Tonnage certificate.

49A. Discharge overboard.
  B. Burnt.
  C. Discharge ashore.
D. Recycled.

50A.An inspector and an engineer.
B. A PSCO and a chief engineer.
  C. An inspector and a motorman.
D. A PSCO and a bosun.

51A.Half an hour.
  B. An hour.
  C. Two hours.
D. Three hours.

52A.It is in good order.
  B. Its rubber is seriously aging.
  C. It needs to be repaired in yard.
D. The rubber is a little aging.

53A. The chief officer.
  B. The second officer.
  C. The second engineer.
D. The chief engineer.

54A.He wants to look at the navigation logbook.
  B. He wants to look at the engine room logbook.
  C. He wants to look at the pump room logbook.
D. He wants to look at the oil record book.

55A.There is a fire on board.
  B. There is only one fire alarm on board.
  C. The fire alarms are on.
D. There are many fire alarms on board.

56A.PSC.
  B. ISM.
  C. SMC.
D. DOC.

57A.One month.
  B. One year.
  C. One week.
D. One quarter.

58A.All the fire alarms are on the second level.
  B. The fire alarm is on the wall of the laundry.
  C. The fire alarm is next to the door of the laundry.
D. The fire alarm is on the door of the laundry.

59A.Dirty and untidy.
  B. Tidy but oily.
  C. Clean but untidy.
D. Well-kept.

60A.On the floor.
  B. In the bookcase.
  C. On that shelf.
D. In the drawer.

61A.An agent.
  B. A PSCO.
  C. A ship-chandler.
D. A chief officer.

62A.They flush filers with steam at regular intervals.
  B. They usually flush filters with sea water.
  C. They always flush filters with sea water.
D. They flush filters with steam sometimes.

63A. Exchange the main engine for diesel oil.
  B. Supply the main engine with lube oil.
  C. Supply steam to main engine.
D. Close the steam valve.

64A. The output is high..
  B. No trouble.
  C. The output is low.
D. No output.

65A.Instruction book for the boiler.
  B. Instruction book for the automatic controller.
  C. Instruction book for the generator.
D. Instruction book for the main engine.

66A.The exhaust temperature is excessive.
  B. The scavenge port caught fire once.
  C. The cooling water outlet temperature was excessive.
D. The lube oil pressure was too low.

67A. Repair the control box.
  B. Repair the light.
  C. Prepare for parallel operation.
D. Cut off the power.

68A.In the cylinder head.
  B. In the cylinder jacket.
  C. In the cylinder liner.
D. In the cylinder block.

69A. Open the drain cock.
  B. Fill it with water.
  C. Open the scavenging box.
D. Open the cylinder.

70A.At the outlet to the vent.
  B. In the exhaust valve chamber.
  C. At the bend of the pipe.
D. At the end of the pipe.

71A. Chief officer.
  B. Chief engineer.
  C. Third officer.
  D. Fourth engineer.

72A. Shanghai port.
  B. Tokyo port.
  C. Haikou port.
  D. Not mentioned.

73.A. Test main engine.
  B. Test auxiliary engine.
  C. Test deck machinery.
  D. Test fire-fighting system.


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