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【英语】英语仿真模拟题(9)

时间:2015-03-10 来源:新思路教育 作者:新思路

Passage Five

There are times when you find yourself unable to work out a problem. It is at this  261  that the way in which you use your teacher is important. With a good teachers such times should be less frequent than with a bad one, so the  262  the teacher, the more responsibility you have for your success! Whatever your luck in this  263  , one thing is most significant and stays the same, whatever the quality of teaching you  264  : if there is something you don't understand, you must ask, again and again if necessary, until you do understand it fully.  265  as this may seem, it is almost unbelievable how many people would rather sit in silent ignorance than admit not understanding. To behave in such a way is the only truly  266  thing a student can do: it's a false form of pride, which is the most useless, damaging quality anyone can have, to say  267   of a student! Therefore, regard your teacher as a guide or even a friend and do not sit   268  wondering what he's going on about. You may also ask a friend or classmate for help. Remember, there's always someone who is better than you in your class. And many newspapers and magazines set the special   269  for students, you can write to them and get replied in time. Listen to the radio, watch good TV  270  more often, maybe at a certain moment you'll find your question is being explained there and then.

1,    A. course                  B. point                      C. thought             D. chance

2,    A. bad                    B. better                     C. worse            D. good

3,    A. field                        B. period                    C. respect          D. direction

4,    A. offer                  B. describe                 C. arrange           D. receive

5,    A. Negative                  B. Obvious                 C. Difficult        D. Suitable

6,    A. safe                         B. simple                    C. strange           D. stupid

7,    A. something         B. anything                 C. nothing           D. none

8,    A. quietly                     B. honestly                 C. separately      D. gently

9,    A. books                      B. editors                   C. sections            D. covers

10,A. sports                      B. news                      C. speeches            D. programs

 

Passage Six

The relations between men and wives are changing too. A majority of working women remain  271  their home; they come back at night to the cleaning, washing, and cooking that  272  their second career. But more and more husbands are sharing the burden and willingly  273  chores that their fathers would have rejected as unmanly, and as too much mysteriously difficult anyway.  274  such cases, man and wife become equal partners, both working outside, both pushing their vacuum cleaner.  275 , the number of husbands who do help in that way is much smaller than the number of those who accept the idea in theory,  276  the equal partnership is a fact, it does not always work well. The marriage can be destroyed when the wife is more successful in her profession  277  her husband in his, particularly when she earns more than he does. Sociologists see in this situation one of the main reasons for the increase in divorce rate, another reason  278  the husband’s refusal to help with the housework or the care of children. A third reason could be the growing awareness of the professional women  279  she does not have to remain married  280  she is too unhappy. 

271.  A. in full charge of           B. in the full charge of       C. the charge of          D.taking charge

272.  A. are accounted for      B. consisting of            C. are formed            D. make up

273.  A. taking in                             B. taking on                C. taking up              D. taking for

274.  A. On                               B. Under                            C. In                  D. At

275.  A. What’s more          B. Most importantly        C. Although                    D. Actually

276.  A. and when                            B. when                  C. as if                              D. even if

277.  A. than                             B. and                              C. comparing to           D. contrary to

278.  A. is                                 B. is that                        C. being                   D. is why

279.  A. when                B. whom                       C. what                D. that

280.  A. despite                         B. until                               C. unless                D. if

 

IV. Dialogue Completion

Directions: There are 20 short incomplete dialogues between two speakers, each followed by four choices marked A, B, C and D. Choose the answer that appropriately suits the conversational context and best completes the dialogue and blacken the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet.

281.  Woman: Bob, do you think you can lend me fifty dollars?

   Bob: Let me see. ________

A. You know I have no money at all.        B. Sorry, I don’t think I have much about me. 

    C. I don’t think you should do it.           D. Oh, I have quite a lot.

282.  Client: hello. May I speak to Mr. Turner?

    Secretary: ________

    A. Speaking, please.                     B. Hello. Who’re you please.

    C. Sorry. He’s at a meeting right now.       D. Hello. Thank you for calling.

283. Jackson: Hi! Frank. Thank you very much for your helping me get out of the trouble.

    Frank: ________

    A. It’s a pleasure.                             B. I’d like to do so.

    C. That is what I should do.                  D. That’s a very small trouble.

284.  Lily: Hello, John! What was the weather like yesterday?

    John: ________

    A. I like nice and bright weather.      B. You don’t like cold weather, do you?

    C. That was a favorable weather.      D. Nice and bright, not too cold.

285.  Mary: How do you like Professor White’s lecture?

   John: ________

    A. He talked about economy.             B. He teaches Class 2 students.

    C. Very much.                                     D. He is a middle-aged professor.

286.  Woman: Jack, ________

   Jack: Of course. But the lock is not working very well, I’m afraid.

    A. I want to use your bike.                      B. can you give your bike to me?.

    C. do you use your bike now?                    D. can I borrow your bike for a while?

287.  Bush: Do you mind my opening the window to let some fresh air in?

   Emile: ________

    A. Yes, certainly.       B. Of course, not.      C. Yes, please do it.     D. I am glad you do it.

288.  Peter: You seem to be very pleased today. Any good news?

   Rose: ________

    A. Yes. I have got my Master’s degree for three years of hard work.

    B. You are not right. There is no good news in today’s newspaper.

    C. I think most people like good news.

    D. Yes. We are talking about the news in yesterday’s newspapers.

289.  Tom: I’d like to book two tickets, please, for the tomorrow’s early morning flight toBeijing.

   Jane: ________

    A. OK, that’s fine.                           B. Can I help you, Sir?

    C. Wait a moment, please. I’ll book them for you.

    D. I’m very glad you like to book the plane tickets.

290.  Waiter: ________

   Customer: No, thank you. I have already known what to order.

    A. Do you like this kind of dishes?    B. You are welcome to our restaurant. Take seat, please.

    C. Would you like to see a menu?     D. Everybody! Order, please!

291.  Jack: Could you show me the way to the information desk?

   Jim: ________

    A. Go straight to the information desk.     B. Just follow me, please.

    C. Who are you speaking to?             D. Who is it speaking?

292.  Peter: It’s such a nice warm day. I think I’ll go out for a walk.

    Dave: ________

    A. It is warm to take a walk.      B. Yes. It is warm today.

    C. I’d like to join you.           D. Yes. Everybody like this weather.

293.  Jane: I’d like to have some ice cream if you don’t mind.

    Man: _____________________. Help yourself.

    A. of course      B. Yes, I do           C. Oh, yes            D. Of course not

294.  Green: You look cold and tired,Gary. How about a cup of coffee?

   Shirley: ________

    A. No, thank you just the same.                B. Yes, I think you are right.

    C. I am neither cold nor tired.                   D. Thank you, I prefer coffee to tea.

295.  Guest: Oh, it’s ten o’clock. I’d better go now.

    Host: ________

    A. OK. Please walk slowly and take care.  B. Why do you want to go now? Don’t you want to stay?

    C. Yeah, it’s really late. Why not immediately?            D. Won’t you stay for another cup of coffee?

296.  Tom: It’s the most delicious fruit I have had a long time.

    Smith: ________

    A. I’m so glad you like it.                                B. You are not hungry now.

    C. I like eating this fruit, too.                        D. You should like it.

297. Wilson: Hello. May I speak to Peter?

    Peter: ________

    A. Sorry, the number is engaged. Will you hold?      B. Yes, speaking.

    C. Hello. Who’re you, please?                    D. Hello. Thank you for calling.

298.  Peter: How about going to the movies tonight then?

    Mary: ________

    A. I don’t know.                              B. The movie is very interesting.

    C. That sounds good.                            D. The movie is very boring.

299.  Woman: Jack, good job!

    Jack: ________

    A. Oh, that’s all right.                             B. Do you think so? 

    C. Not good enough, I’m afraid.               D. Thank you. I tried.

300.  Doctor: ________

    Patient: I’ve caught a bad cold and got a sour throat.

    A. What seems to be the problem?       B. Do you have anything to declare, sir?

    C. Good morning. May I help you?      D. How have you been getting along recently?

 

专升本英语综合练习题参考答案

I. Vocabulary and Structure

1-5 ADACB         6-10 CDABC        11-15 ACBDA       16-20 BCADC

21-25 ADBCA       26-30 BCCDA       31-35 ADDCB       36-40 BCADB

41-45 ADBCA       46-50 CBADC       51-55 CADCB       56-60 CBDAC

61-65 ABACD       66-70 BDBAC       71-75 BCABD       76-80 CBCDA

81-85 BBCDA       86-90 CACDB       91-95 ADCBC       96-100 DCBCA

101-105 CBDAB     106-110 ACDAB     111-115 BADCA     116-120 BADCA

121-125 CABDD     126-130 BDABC     131-135 ADBAC     136-140 DCABD

141-145 BACDA     146-150 BCDBA     151-155 BCADC     156-160 ADCBD

 

II. Reading Comprehension

161-165 DBACA     166-170 CBDBA     171-175 BDCDA     176-180 CDABC

181-185 ABADC     186-190 ACDBC     191-195 AACDD     196-200 BCADC

201-205 ACBDA     206-210 CDABA     211-215 DBDBC     216-220 ADBBD

 

III. Cloze

221-225 CBBAD     226-230 DCADC     231-235 ACBDD      236-240 CABBA

241-245 BCDAD     246-250 CBCAA      251-255 DCCBC       256-260 BACBD

261-265 BCCBB     266-270 DCACD        271-275 ADBCD       276-280 AACDD

IV. Dialogue Completion

281-285 BCADC     286-290 DBAAC     291-295 BCDAD     296-300 ABCDA

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