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文理学院专升本《综合英语》考试样卷

发表时间:2019-05-10      作者:     


 

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Part I. Grammar and Vocabulary (20 points, 1 point for each)

Directions: For each of the following blanks, four choices are given. Choose the most appropriate one.

 

1. The landlady told the young man to be ______ in the payment of his rent. The young man promised to pay the rent on time.

A. punctual        B. eager        C. actual         D. proper

2. The man who fought bravely in the war for his own country is a true man of _____.

A. loyalty         B. honesty       C. certainty      D. determination

3. The salesman's _______ to general manager occurred without too much ceremony.

A. raise           B. rise          C. promotion      D. changing

4. He cannot _____ a car, for he does not earn much money.

A. obtain          B. afford         C. get           D. consume

5. Mary's composition was so confused that I could hardly make any ______ of it at

all.

A. sense           B. explanation        C. message       D. meaning

6. She _____ her mother's good looks and her father's bad temper.

A. succeeded        B. inherited           C. continued        D. reduced

7. Everybody, students and instructors _______, in glad that school in opening.

A. alike              B. like               C. unlike         D. likely

8. She ______ her excellent English while living in London.

A. picked up          B. looked up          C. went up        D. took up

9. His serving has been ______ by his employers, they have not properly rewarded him.

A. overwhelmed       B. overcame          C. overlooked    D. overtook

10. The Chinese Red Cross ______ a generous sum to the relief of the physically disabled.

A. contributed      B. assigned           C. devoted         D. belonged

11. Smith has replaced George ______ captain of the team.

A. as             B .with           C. or             D. by

12. I have no doubt _____ he will overcome all his difficulties.

A. whether        B. when          C. that            D. if

13. You ought to _____ those books back to the library last week.

   A. take          B. have taken      C. be taken         D. had taken

14. Advertisements may arouse a strong wish for something; how the need is filled will probably be _____ the individual.

   A. on to           B. up to          C. as to          D. down to

15. If any visitors _____ come, I’ll say you aren’t here.

   A. will           B. could           C. should       D. would

16. I remember _____ the door. But I’m not sure if I locked it or not.

   A. to close        B. to have closed    C. having closed  D. closed

17. _______ at in this way, the present economic situation doesn’t seem so gloomy.

 A. Looking     B. Looked         C. Having looked       D. To look

18. He prefers                .

A. to write his letters rather than dictating them

B. to write his letters rather than dictate them

C. writing his letters rather than dictate them.

D. writing his letters rather than have dictated them

19. ___________, he always tries his best to complete it on time.

A. However the task is hard       B. However hard the task is   

C. Though hard the task is        D. Though hard is the task

20. If the tablets had dissolved, John ______.

A. would probably die        B. had probably died

C. probably would be died     D. would probably have died

 

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PartII. Choose the correct answer. (20 points, 1 point for each)

Directions: Beneath each of the following questions, there are three choices marked A, B, C. Choose the one that is the best answer.

21.What may you say if you are surprised to see someone?

A. Hi! How are you doing?

B. It’s a long time since we last met.

C. Fancy meeting you here!

22.Which of the following introductions is the most formal?

A. Hello! I’m John Thomas.

B. May I present Mr. Brown Close, managing director of ABC Leather Company?

C. Oh, Mary, I’d like you to meet my friend. This is Jack.

23.Which of the following sentences is the most direct way of giving information?

A. Couple of points I’d like to make. First…

B. Well, let me think for a moment.

C. I can tell you where you can find the answer.

24. Which of the following questions is the most casual?

A. Can you give me the reason why Tom is in the hospital again?

B. I was wondering if there was a possibility that you could tell me why Tom was in the hospital again?

C. How come Tom is in the hospital again?

25. What will you say if you don’t care about your friend’s suggestion?

A. Thank you for your suggestion. That’s music to me.

B. It makes no difference to me.

C. Are you sure it’s good?

26. How do you emphasize that you are not interested?

A. I couldn’t care less about it.

B. I’m fed up with this scratching noise.

C. I’ve had enough of it.

27. What do you mean by saying “Am I glad to see you”?

A. You are surprised to see someone.

B. You are excited to see someone back home.

C. You are very excited when you see someone you really love to see.

28. What may you say when you are offering a gift?

A. I really appreciate it.

B. I hope you like it.

C. This is our little gift. It’s nothing and worthless.

29. Which of the following sentences is most tentative?

A. Do you think it will work this way?

B. Why not go by bike?

C. Take my advice, do more reading.

30. How do you give permission?

A. Any one mind if I turn off the light?

B. No way, not in a million years.

C. I have no objection.

31. What may you say if you are shocked about a traffic accident?

A. I’m a bit nervous about the traffic accident.

B. I was very upset when I heard about the accident.

C. I’m concerned about the traffic accident.

32. What do you mean by saying “It really got on my nerves”?

A. You are excited.

B. You are disappointed.

C. You are annoyed.

33. Which of the following sentences expresses a favorable impression?

A. His words struck a slightly false note for me.

B. “Shall we go sailing on Sunday?”“That sounds like a great idea!”

C. It looks as if he comes from the countryside.

34. Which of the following sentences expresses possibility?

A. There’s no way you’re going to get the job without good references.

B. Sending Sandra a letter was out of the question, because her husband might intercept it.

C. Try it! You never know, you might be lucky.

35. What will you say in order to ask for an opinion?

A. What are your feelings about life in Britain?

B. From my point of view, life in the city is not as easy as in the countryside.

C. Personally, I feel there’s too much violence on TV.

36. How do you express dissatisfaction?

A. I’ve never been happier.

B. We couldn’t ask for more, could we?

C. Well, I don’t see why you should wash your dirty linen in public.

37. What do you mean by saying “Why did I say I’d clean the room? —It’s going to take hours!”?

A. You are surprised to find it difficult to clean the room.

B. You regret having agreed to clean the room.

C. You make a wish to clean the room quickly.

38. What may you say when you want to tell someone to behave properly?

A. Mind your own business!

B. Don’t touch that pot or you’ll get hurt.

C. Behave yourself!

39. To whom might you say “Do eat up your din-din.”?

A. Your friends.

B. Your children.

C. Your classmates.

40. Which of the following sentences can’t express your anger?

A. Why don’t you pick someone your own size?

B. Look, how they treat the innocent animals! It makes my blood boil.

C. I have no objection.

 

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PartIII. Cloze. (20 points, 1 point for each)

Directions: Decide which of the choices given below would best complete the passage if inserted in the corresponding blanks.

Silas Minton's funeral was a quiet[41]. It was [42] by the only [43] he had in the world, his niece and nephew, and by a few friends. The priest who [44] [45] a hundred miles into this wild part of the county was now getting [46] for the simple ceremony. Minton, [47] ‘Minty' as his friends [48] call him, [49] a hard life [50] for gold in a lonely part of Western Australia. He had always refused to work in a gold mine [51] he believed that he could do better [52] his own. Although he was not a boastful(夸口 )person, he had often declared that one day he [53] find a lump() of gold as big as his head and [54] he would retire and live in [55] for the rest of his life. But his dreams of great wealth [56] came true. For many years he had hardly earned enough money to keep himself [57]. Two men now gently lifted the rough wooden box that [58] Minty's body, but they almost dropped it when they heard a loud cry from the grave-digger. His spade(铁鍬)had struck something hard in the rocky soil and he was shouting excitedly. Then he held up a large stone. [59] it was covered [60] dirt, the stone shone curious1yin the fierce sun1ight: it was unmistakably a heavy piece of solid gold!

41. A. accident    B. event          C. affair          D. incident
42. A. taken
     B. attended        C. joined         D. brought
43. A. relation
    B. relations         C. relationship        D. relationships
44. A. traveled
   B. was traveling      C. had traveled        D. used to travel
45. A. to
     B. of           C. in             D. over
46. A. ready
     B. better          C. preparation      D. worse
47. A. and
       B. but            C. or            D. except
48. A. liked
      B. past          C. used          D. used to
49. A. leaded
    B. had leaded    C. had led         D. led
50. A. look
      B. looking        C. looked         D. had looked
51. A. because
    B. so            C. even           D. only
52. A. to
     B. in          C. on            D. for
53. A. would
    B. must          C. ought to       D. for
54. A. since
     B. which         C. when          D. with that
55. A. comfort
    B. comforts       C. comfortable   D. comfortably
56. A. ever
      B. never          C. always         D. once
57. A. live
      B. life           C. lived          D. alive
58. A. contains
   B. containing     C. contained       D. having contained
59. A. Though
    B. For           C. Then         D. Because
60. A. in
       B. with          C. within        D. below  

 

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Part IV. Finding errors. (10 points, 1 point for each)

Directions: Each of the following sentences has four parts underlined and marked A, B, C and D. You are to identify the one that needs correction.

61. If our friends cannot take us, we must have made alternative arrangements to get

   A            B                        C                      D

to the airport.

 

62. No one in this department has ever accused the governor for taking advantage of

              A                                  B

his position; he is hard-working and considerate.

            C                    D

63. Casualties are said to be very high and in some villages, where older and less

                 A                                B

 substantial buildings predominate, it is said that not a house remained standing.

                                C                   D

64. It was an accepting custom in western countries for men to open the door for

              A                           B

 women and always to let ladies go first on social occasions.

                C                D

65. There is absolutely no reason for saying that there are no regularities in Nature

      A                             B              C

in which our statements of natural law correspond.

   D

66. We’d rather have long waits than no shifting of the scenes, and all the actors on

                           A                       B            C

 the stage doing nothing.

           D

 

67.The text and dialogues below focus on cultural differences between Chinese and

                       A       B    

 Western societies which can create misunderstanding if ignoring.

                 C                              D

68. I didn’t mind their coming late to the lecture, but objected their making so much

                  A       B                 C                  D

noise.

69. It’s true that the old road is less direct and a bit longer; we won’t take the new one,

                                      A             B

therefore, because we don’t feel as safe on it.

    C                       D

70. Don’t make the examiner spend too much time trying to get you say something.

                          A     B          C               D

 

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Part V. Reading comprehension. (30 points, 1.5 points for each)

Directions: In this section there are several passages followed by twenty questions or unfinished statements, each with four suggested answers marked A, B, C, and D.    

Choose the one that you think is the best answer.

Text A

Woman have more problems than men in old age. First of all, they have less money—or no money at all — and because of this, they often feel they get less respect, even at home. Quite a large number have no pension because they have never worked outside the home, and thirty-eight percent are supported mainly by their husbands or children. Second, a larger number of old women than old men become window (single women). Men are normally older than the women they marry, and women generally live longer than men. The remarriage among older windows is lower than that among widows (single men). Statistics (统计) from 1990 in Shanghai show only 52 percent of elderly women with husbands still living, compared to 82 percent of men.

Because of lower incomes and the difficulty of remarriage, many elderly women who live alone, are poor and have almost no social life. Even an old couple lives with children, it is the woman who ends up doing the work around the house. She cleans the rooms, prepares meals, and takes care of the family. Some 75 percent of them carry out such heavy physical tasks as buying and carrying grain, coal and other supplies for the home. How to improve the quality of life of women in their later years is a question that needs to be dealt with by all the society.

 

71.If they had more money, elderly women _______.
A. would have no more problem
  B. could live a fairy life
C. would get more respect
     D. would need no care of others

 

72.In Shanghai, of 150 elderly women, only ______have husbands still living.
A.75.
   B.52.    C.82.      D.78.

 

73.According to the statistics, suppose there are 150,000 elderly men, _____of them are widowers.
A.27,000   B.78,000    C.72,000    D.123,000

 

74.What does ”windows” refer to?

A. Married women  

B. Married men 

C. Unmarried or divorced women

D. Unmarried or divorced men

 

75.According to the writer, _______.
A. elderly women should be paid well

B. elderly women should live with their families
C. all people should do something for elderly women
D. housework should not be done by elderly women

 

Text B

In the traditional(传统 )marriage,  the man worked at a job to earn money for the family , Most men worked in an office , a factory, or some other place away from the home .Since the man earned the money , the paid the bills().The money was used for food , clothes , the house , and other family needs , The man made most of the decisions , He was the boss, In the traditional marriage, the woman seldom worked away from the house. she stayed at home to care for the children and her husband, She cooked meals, cleaned the house , washed the clothes , and did other housework , Her job at home was very important.

  In recent years , many couples continue to have a traditional relationship of the kind . The man has a job and earns the money for the family. The woman stays at home and cares for the children and the house .Many Americans are happy with the kind of marriage .But some other Americans have a different impression of marriage and family responsibilities.

There are two important differences in male and female roles now. One is that both men and women have many more choices .They may choose to marry or to stay single .They may choose to work or stay at home .Both men and women may choose roles that are comfortable for them.

  A second difference in male and female roles is that within marriage many decisions and responsibilities are shared .The husband and wife may choose to have children,  or they may not .If they have children, the man take care of them some of the time , all of the time or not at all .The woman may want to stay at home and take care of the children .Or she may want to go to work .Men and women now decide these things together in a marriage , Many married people now share these decisions and the responsibilities of their families.

 

76. Which of the following is NOT true in the traditional marriage ?
A. Men worked at a job to earn money for the family .
B. The women made most of decisions.
C. The woman stayed at home to care the children.
D. The man paid the bills.

 

77. In recent years ________.
A. young couples (
拒绝)the traditional relationship.
B. the woman has a job and earns the money for the family .
C. the woman doesn't stay at home and care for the children and the house.
D. the role of men and women has begun to change .

 

78. Men and women may now choose all the following except to _______.
A. marry or to stay single .

B. work or stay at home .
C. leave their jobs just because they have children
D. have their roles that are comfortable for them

 

79. The following are all now true except __________.
A. they may choose to have children or not
B. the man may tack care of the children some of the time.
C. the woman is the most important person in the house
D. the woman may want to go to work

 

80. Which of the following is not true?
A. Everyone tries to get married.
B. The man was the boss in the traditional marriage.
C. The woman's job at home was very important in the past.
D. Many Americans still have a traditional marriage.

 

Text C

The great advance in rocket theory 40 years ago showed that liquid-fuel rockets were far superior in every respect to the skyrocket with its weak solid fuel, the only kind of rocket then known. However, during the last decade, large solid-fuel rockets with solid fuels about as powerful as liquid fuels have made their appearance, and it is a favorite layman’s (门外汉的) question to inquire which one is “better”. The question is meaningless; one might as well ask whether a gasoline or diesel engine is “better”. It all depends on the purpose. A liquid-fuel rocket is complicated, but has the advantage that it can be controlled beautifully. The burning of the rocket engine can be stopped completely: it can be reignited when desired. In addition, the thrust can be made to vary by adjusting the speed of the fuel pumps. A solid-fuel rocket, on the other hand, is rather simple in construction, though hard to build when a really large size is desired. But once you have a solid-fuel rocket, it is ready for action at very short notice. A liquid-fuel rocket has to be fueled first and cannot be held in readiness for very long after it has been fueled. However, once a solid-fuel rocket has been reignited, it will keep burning. It cannot be stopped and reignited whenever desired (it could conceivably be stopped and reignited after a pre-calculated time of burning has elapse D) and its thrust cannot be varied. Because a solid-fuel rocket can be kept ready for a long time, most military missiles employ solid fuels, but manned space flight needs the fine adjustments that can only be provided by liquid fuels. It may be added that a liquid-fuel rocket is an expensive device; a large solid-fuel rocket is, by comparison, cheap. But the solid fuel, pound by pound, cost about 10 times as much as the liquid fuel. So you have, on the one hand, an expensive rocket with a cheap fuel and on the other hand a comparatively cheap rocket with an expensive fuel.

 

81.  The author feels that a comparison of liquid-fuel rockets and solid-fuel rockets shows that __________

       A. neither type is very economical       B. the liquid-fuel rocket is better

C.  each type has certain advantages      D. the solid-fuel rocket is better

82.  Solid-fuel rockets are expensive to operate because of their __________.

       A. size                                   B. fuel

C.  burning time                        D. complicated engines

83.  Which of the following statements is NOT the characteristic of liquid-fuel rockets?

       A. The fuel is cheap.        B.They can be stopped and reignited.      C.They are cheap to build.          D.They must be used soon after fueling.

84.  When a liquid-fuel rocket is used, the burning of the rocket engine __________.

       A. cannot be controlled easily           B. will keep burning    

C.cannot be stopped                   D. can be stopped completely

85.  Which of the following statements is true?

       A. A solid-fuel rocket is more complicated in construction than a liquid-fuel one.

       B. A solid-fuel rocket is simpler in construction than a liquid-fuel one.

       C.A liquid-fuel rocket is an expensive device with an expensive fuel.

       D. A solid-fuel rocket is a cheap device with a cheap fuel.

 

Text D

For hundreds of years, pirates attacked ships in many parts of the world. They seized cargoes of gold, silver, spices and other valuable goods. Sometimes they capture sailors and ransomed them or sold them as slaves. Sometimes the captives volunteered to join the pirated in return for a share of the booty.

Some pirates were lucky but others were not. Most pirates died at sea. Many were caught and hanged but a few became rich men and died of old age on land. Sometimes a pirate helped a European country during a war. Henry Morgan was a very successful pirate. He captured several Spanish towns in the Caribbean when England was at war with Spain. King Charles England made Morgan a knight and appointed him deputy governor of Jamaica. Sir Henry Morgan then captured many pirates and sent them to prison or executed them.

There are still in modern times. They use fast launches and are armed with guns or other weapons. Sometimes they approach a large ship in the dark. Then the pirates climb up the side of the ship and rob the crew and passengers. This has happened several times near Singapore. Off the east coast of Thailand and Malaysia, pirates are often fishermen. They look for boats full of refugees from Vietnam. Some of the refugees bring gold or valuables with them to help them start a new life. The pirates stop these boats, rob the passengers, sometimes injuring or killing them.

There are also pirates on the sea routes between Singapore, Manila and Hong Kong. These pirates attack and rob refugees and fishermen. Sometimes they take away the fishermen’s nets and boats, leaving the fishermen on an island. Now the governments of several countries (including Singapore) are trying to catch these modern pirates.

86.  Pirates are people who __________.

       A. rob ships          B.steal ships                         

C.look for gold        D.kill sailors

87.  Sometimes captured sailors agreed to join the pirates to get some __________.

       A.shoes        B.    goods         C.gold         D.silver

88.  What happened to pirates when they were caught?

       A. Many were hanged but a few became rich men.

       B. Many were hanged but a few were set free.

       C. They were killed.

       D. They helped a European country during a war.

89.  Henry Morgan was made a knight because __________.

       A. he was a successful pirate

       B. he took control of a few Spanish towns

       C. he arrested Spanish people

       D. he captured many pirates and sent them to prison or executed them

90.  We can infer from the passage all of the following EXCEPT __________.

       A. that pirates usually act in coastal countries or areas

       B. that modern pirates cause the governments headaches

     C. that pirates in modern times have got more advanced equipment than in past times

       D. that pirates only seize things but do not harm people

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

文理学院专升本《综合英语》考试样卷答题卡

 

     单位                准考证号                 姓名                     

 

题目

总分

满分

20

20

20

10

30

100

得分

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

得分

评卷人

 

 

Part I. Grammar and Vocabulary (20 points, 1 point for each)

Directions: For each of the following blanks, four choices are given. Choose the most appropriate one.

1.       2.      3.       4.      5.     

6.       7.      8.       9.     10.    

11.     12.     13.      14.     15.     

16.     17.     18.      19.     20.    

 

 

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PartII. Choose the correct answer. (20 points, 1 point for each)

Directions: Beneath each of the following questions, there are three choices marked A, B, C. Choose the one that is the best answer.

 

21.      22.      23.      24.      25.     

26.      27.      28.      29.      30.    

31.      32.      33.      34.      35.        

36.      37.      38.      39.      40.    

 

 

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PartIII. Cloze. (20 points, 1 point for each)

Directions: Decide which of the choices given below would best complete the passage if inserted in the corresponding blanks.

41.      42.      43.      44.      45.        

46.      47.      48.      49.      50.    

51.      52.      53.      54.      55.        

56.      57.      58.      59.      60.    

 

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Part IV. Finding errors. (10 points, 1 point for each)

Directions: Each of the following sentences has four parts underlined and marked A, B, C and D. You are to identify the one that needs correction.

61.      62.      63.      64.      65.        

66.      67.      68.      69.      70.    

 

 

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Part V. Reading comprehension. (30 points, 1.5 points for each)

Directions: In this section there are several passages followed by twenty questions or unfinished statements, each with four suggested answers marked A, B, C, and D.    

Choose the one that you think is the best answer.

71.      72.      73.      74.      75.        

76.      77.      78.      79.      80.    

81.      82.      83.      84.      85.        

86.      87.      88.      89.      90.    

 

   


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