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成考专升本英语模拟152:本试卷总分150分;共有六类型题目


一、Ⅰ. Phonetics (5 points)


In each of the following groups of words, there are four underlined letters or letter combinations marked A, B, C and D. Compare the underlined parts and identify the one that is different from the others in pronunciation. Mark your answer by blackening the corresponding letter on the answer sheet.


1.


1.


A. appear


B. dear


C. hear


D. bear


2.


2.


A. supper


B. suppose


C. surround


D. support


3.


3.


A. many


B. satellite


C. factory


D. carry


4.


4.


A. thrown


B. follow


C. brown


D. shown


5.


5.


A. found


B. could


C. should


D. would


二、Ⅱ. Vocabulary and Structure (15 points)


There are 15 incomplete sentences in this section. For each sentence there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. Choose one answer that best completes the sentence and blacken the corresponding letter on the answer sheet.


6.


6. Not until I got to the railway station ______my ticket missing.


A. I did find


B. did I find


C. I found


D. had I found


7.


7. It is what you do rather than what you say ______matters.


A. what


B. when


C. that


D. how


8.


8. Excuse me, but it is time to have your temperature______.


A. taking


B. took


C. taken


D. take


9.


9. I had no ______of who I was or what I was going to be.


A. mind


B. idea


C. think


D. thought


10.


10. The world's oil supply


A. haven been gradually being exhausted


B. is being gradually exhausted


C. is gradually exhausted


D. has gradually exhausted


11.


11. We ______our dinner when a policeman came to the door.


A. just had


B. have just had


C. just have had


D. had just had


12.


12. They wanted to go to the French restaurant ______they had dinner the day before yesterday.


A. that


B. when


C. which


D. where


13.


13. Don't be careless again, ______?


A. will you


B. are you


C. did you


D. do you


14.


14. The forest fire caused by the volcano is difficult to be______.


A. put off


B. put on


C. put out


D. put up


15.


15. The majority of our students ______the life of these native people.


A. have never heard of


B. has heard about


C. has never heard of


D. have never listened to


16.


16. ______he said he wasn't hungry, he ate a big breakfast.


A. Although


B. Unless


C. Despite


D. Even


17.


17. —______are you trying to prove to the police?


—Where I was last night.


A. What


B. Why


C. How


D. When


18.


18. It is over two years since my brother ______the army.


A. joins


B. joined


C. has joined


D. had joined


19.


19. If you don't give ______smoking, you'll never get better.


A. off


B. up


C. out


D. in


20.


20. John kept quiet about the accident ______lose his job.


A. so as to not


B. so as not to


C. so not as to


D. not so as to


三、Ⅲ. Cloze (20 points)


For each blank in the following passage, there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. Choose the one that is most suitable and mark your answer by blackening the corresponding letter on the answer sheet.


21.


What is (21) that a teacher most wants in his students? Attentiveness? A good memory? Diligence? Certainly these are the qualities commonly (22) with "good students" in the (23) mind. And certainly, too, these are the qualities that most (24) to teachers' comfort.


But the best students I ever had, (25) I remember the most wistfully, was a talkative, lazy day-dreamer. Sometimes he turned assignments in (26) , and a few he never (27) around to doing at all. Actually, my admiration for him was ironic, (28) I have never liked the name Ronald, (29) suggests to me the assumed name of a movie star. But he made one whole year of my (30) experience a delight.


21.


A. there


B. they


C. it


D. that


22.


22.


A. associate


B. associated


C. associates


D. associating


23.


23.


A. popular


B. proper


C. inner


D. educated


24.


24.


A. contribute


B. contributed


C. contributes


D. contributing


25.


25.


A. a one


B. the one


C. the ones


D. these ones


26.


26.


A. early


B. behind


C. ahead


D. late


27.


27.


A. gave


B. looked


C. sent


D. got


28.


28.


A. so


B. still


C. because


D. though


29.


29.


A. who


B. which


C. what


D. that


30.


30.


A. teaching


B. teacher


C. teach


D. taught


四、Ⅳ. Reading Comprehension (75 points)


There are five reading passages in this part. Each passage is followed by five questions. For each question there are four suggested answers marked A, B, C and D. Choose the best answer and blacken the corresponding letter on the answer sheet.


31.


Passage One


Mark went to the neighborhood meeting after work. The area's city councilwoman (女议员) was leading a discussion about how the quality of life was decreasing. The neighborhood faced many problems. People were supposed to suggest solutions to the councilwoman. It was too much for Mark. "The problems are too big," he thought. He turned to the man next to him and said, "I think this is a waste of my time. Nothing I could do would make a difference here."


On his way back, Mark saw a woman carrying a grocery hag and baby. She was trying to unlock her car, but she didn't have a free hand. As Mark got closer, her other child, a little boy, suddenly darted into the street. The woman tried to reach for him, but as she moved, her bag shifted and groceries started to fall out. Mark ran to take the boy's arm and led him back to his mother. Then he picked up the groceries while the woman smiled in relief. "Thanks!" she said. "You've got great timing (适时) !"


"Just being neighborly (友好的) ," Mark said. As he rode home, he glanced at the walls of the bus passed by. On one of them was "Small acts of kindness add up." Mark smiled and thought, "Maybe that's a good place to start."


31. In the first paragraph, Mark thought that______.


A. nobody was so able as to solve these problems


B. many people were too selfish to think about others


C. he was not in the position to solve such problems


D. he already had more than enough work to do


32.


32. Which of the following statement is true?


A. Mark played an active part in community activities.


B. the city councilwoman was responsible for the decrease of life quality.


C. people were encouraged to give advice to solve these city problems.


D. many people were discouraged by the many problems facing them.


33.


33. The word "darted" in paragraph 5 can be best replaced by______.


A. walked


B. marched


C. wandered


D. dashed


34.


34. What is the implication of the words on the bus wall?


A. All small acts will add up to kindness.


B. It's a small act to help a person in need.


C. Everyone can play his own part to make things better.


D. You should be kind to your neighbors and they will treat you the same way.


35.


35. The passage is mainly about______.


A. how individuals can help make a difference


B. running a neighborhood meeting to solve its problems


C. citizens' reactions to the problems they face


D. solving problems through group action


36.


Passage Two


What is your favorite color? Do you like yellow, orange or red? If you do, you must be an optimist (乐观者), a leader, an active person. Do you prefer grays and blues? Then you are probably quiet, shy and you would rather follow than lead. If you love green, you are strong-minded and determined. At least this is what psychologists (心理学家) tell us. They have been seriously studying the meaning of color preference (爱好), and the effect that colors have on human beings. They tell us that we don't choose our favorite color as we grow up. If you happen to love brown, you did so as soon as you opened your eyes, or at least as soon as you could see clearly.


A yellow room makes us feel more cheerful and more comfortable than a dark green one. On the other hand, black is depressing. Light and bright colors make people not only happier but more active. It is a fact that factory workers work better, harder, and have fewer accidents when their machines are painted orange rather than black or dark gray.


Remember that you will know your friends and your enemies better when you find out what colors they like and dislike. And don't forget that anyone can guess a lot about your character when you choose a piece of handkerchief.


36. According to this passage,______.


A. one can choose his color preference


B. one is born with his color preference


C. one's color preference is changeable


D. one has to choose his favorite color as soon as he can see clearly


37.


37. The main idea of paragraph 2 is______.


A. colors may have effect on our work and study


B. colors do have effect on our moods (情绪)


C. light and bright colors make people happy


D. factory workers can work better in a bright room


38.


38. Which of the following is closest in meaning with the sentence: "I am feeling black"?


A. I am sad.


B. I am feeling well.


C. I am dirty.


D. I am very tired.


39.


39. According to the passage, which of the following is NOT true?


A. One can know his friends better from their color preference.


B. Workers can work better in a room with bright colors.


C. The person who prefers dark colors can not be successful.


D. We can change our mood by changing our clothes.


40.


40. The main idea of this passage is______.


A. one's color preference shows one's character


B. you can brighten your life with wonderful colors


C. psychologists have been studying the meaning of color preference


D. one's color preference has something to do with his character and colors have effects on human beings


41.


Passage Three


Many visitors finds the fast pace at which American people move very troubling. One's first impression is likely to be that everyone is in a rush. City people always appear to be hurrying to get where they are going and are very impatient if they are delayed even for a short moment.


At first, this may seem unfriendly to you. People will push past you as they walk along the street. You will miss smiles, brief conversations with people as you shop or dine away from home. Do not think that because Americans are in such a hurry they are unfriendly. Often, life is much slower outside the big cities, as is true in other countries as well.


Americans who live in cities often think that everyone is equally in a hurry to get things done; just as city people do in 气馁); just ask someone else. Most Americans enjoy helping a stranger.


41. Many people who first visit thewill find that______.


A. America is a highly developed country


B. Americans are impatient and unfriendly people


C. the fast pace in American life often causes much trouble


D. American city people seem to be always in a rush


42.


42. When the author says "You will miss smile" in paragraph two, he means______.


A. you will feel that Americans do not seem very friendly


B. you will be puzzled why Americans do not smile at you


C. you will fail to notice that Americans are pleasant and happy


D. you will find that Americans don't have much sense of humor


43.


43. In the author's opinion,______.


A. it is true that life in


B. people living outside big cities are lazy and miserable


C. most American people enjoy living in the suburbs of big cities


D. those who are busy are not necessarily unfriendly


44.


44. The author mentions big cities such as


A. to show that city people all over the world have a lot in common


B. to let his readers be aware that they are some of the world's biggest cities


C. to illustrate their difference from American cities


D. because they are some of the cities that attract visitors most


45.


45. If you say to an American that you are a stranger there, most probably he will______.


A. offer his help


B. stop smiling at you


C. help you find the way


D. reply that he is pleased to meet you


46.


Passage Four


It seems that beauty and women are twins. Observe for yourself. Ads on fashion flood TV screen, radio programs, magazines and the streets. Whether they have realized or not, women are besieged (包围) by a sea of fashion. They are taught to think that without beautiful clothes they will grow old and lose their charm. So who dares to neglect dressing up at the cost of their appearance and youth?


But I do not agree with the opinion that women have to show their beauty through their looks. The richness of their mind proves to be more beautiful and attractive than their looks. A woman who has experienced many troubles and may be called "aunt" or "granny" can still maintain her beauty if she has such excellent qualities as knowledge, ability, a kind heart and concern for others.


In addition, old and young, beautiful and ugly are relative concepts. People who keep a young mind will never feel old. Curious about new things and eager to learn more, they keep up with the tide. Plainly dressed women may have a type of beauty, which is pure and real.


46. Why does the author say that beauty and women are twins?


A. Women are born to be beauties.


B. Women like to show off their beauties


C. Women are proud of their beauty


D. Women try to maintain their beauty by dressing up


47.


47. According to the author, in order to stay young and attractive, women should______.


A. follow the fashion


B. enrich their mind


C. do more exercise


D. dress up in beautiful clothes


48.


48. Which of the following is NOT true according to the passage?


A. As a woman grows old, her beauty will gradually disappear.


B. A woman with a young mind never feels old.


C. Even a plainly dressed woman may have pure and real beauty.


D. However old she is, a woman with some excellent qualities can still maintain her beauty.


49.


49. The word "relative" in paragraph 3 most probably means______.


A. similar


B. related


C. different


D. independent


50.


50. The author believes that______.


A. women should lay more emphasis on their own qualities


B. beautiful clothes can make women more attractive


C. women have to show their beauty through their looks


D. women are more curious about new things than men


51.


Passage Five


Roman soldiers in some places built long rows of signal towers. When they had a message to send, the soldiers shouted it from tower to tower. If there were enough towers and enough soldiers with loud voices, important news could be sent quickly over distance.


In Africa, people learned to send messages by beating on a series of large drums (鼓). Each drum was kept within hearing distance of the next one. The drum beats were sent out in a special way that all the drummers understood. Though the messages were simple, they could be sent at great speed for hundreds of miles.


In the eighteenth century, a French engineer found a new way to send short messages. In this way, a person held a flag in each hand and the arms were moved to various positions representing different letters of the alphabet (字母表). It was like spelling out words with flags and arms.


Over a long period of time, people sent messages by all these different ways. However, not until the telephone was invented in


51. According to this passage, the Roman way of communication depended very much on______.


A. fine weather


B. high tower


C. the spelling system


D. arm movements


52.


52. Which of the following statements is true?


A. Telephone was invented by a French engineer.


B. Roman soldiers sent the important message by spelling out the words.


C. African soldiers shouted from tower to tower to pass message.


D. Only by using telephone could people send speech sounds quickly.


53.


53. The African way of communication sent messages______.


A. in a special way


B. over a very short distance


C. by a musical instrument


D. at a rather slow speed


54.


54. Which country's way of communication made use of visible signs?


A. French


B. Roman


C. African


D. American


55.


55. We can infer from this passage that______.


A. people cannot sent visible information until 19th century


B. we cannot communicate without sound


C. the ways of communication are similar in different countries


D. in ancient time, enough people is necessary to send messages over distance


五、Ⅴ. Daily Conversation (10 points)


Pick out the appropriate expression from the eight choices and complete the following dialogue by blackening the corresponding letter on the answer sheet.


56.


A. Very good, thank you.


B. Not at all.


C. Please take it easy.


D. Are you all right?


E. Excuse me.


F. Thank you!


G. Don't take it so much to heart.


H. Coffee, please.


56. Tony: Nice to meet you. Did you have a nice trip?


Tom:______


57.


57. Xiao Li: I'm sorry, Professor Liu. I have to be late again. I just had a car accident.


Professor: What? An accident!______?


58.


58. Passerby 1:______. Is there a petrol station?


Passerby 2: Turn left at the end of this road. It's on your right hand side.


59.


59. Betty: What a foolish thing I've done! I broke my watch.


Rose: It's really unfortunate.______. There must be some ways to make up for it.


60.


60. Simon: What would you care for a drink?


六、Ⅵ. Writing (25 points)


For this part, you are supposed to write a composition in 100—120 words based on the following situation. Remember to write it clearly.


61.


61.你的美国朋友史密斯访问中国后给你写了一封信。请你以北京101中学的学生李明的名义按照来信内容用英文写一封回信。史密斯在来信中提到:(1)感谢你送他的中国邮票,因为他弟弟集邮,并回赠你一些美国邮票; (2)他们在中国过得很愉快,收到了许多礼物; (3)想了解你的校园生活及你的爱好。专升本英语模拟152:本试卷总分150分;共有六类型题目


一、Ⅰ. Phonetics (5 points)


In each of the following groups of words, there are four underlined letters or letter combinations marked A, B, C and D. Compare the underlined parts and identify the one that is different from the others in pronunciation. Mark your answer by blackening the corresponding letter on the answer sheet.


1.


1.


A. appear


B. dear


C. hear


D. bear


2.


2.


A. supper


B. suppose


C. surround


D. support


3.


3.


A. many


B. satellite


C. factory


D. carry


4.


4.


A. thrown


B. follow


C. brown


D. shown


5.


5.


A. found


B. could


C. should


D. would


二、Ⅱ. Vocabulary and Structure (15 points)


There are 15 incomplete sentences in this section. For each sentence there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. Choose one answer that best completes the sentence and blacken the corresponding letter on the answer sheet.


6.


6. Not until I got to the railway station ______my ticket missing.


A. I did find


B. did I find


C. I found


D. had I found


7.


7. It is what you do rather than what you say ______matters.


A. what


B. when


C. that


D. how


8.


8. Excuse me, but it is time to have your temperature______.


A. taking


B. took


C. taken


D. take


9.


9. I had no ______of who I was or what I was going to be.


A. mind


B. idea


C. think


D. thought


10.


10. The world's oil supply


A. haven been gradually being exhausted


B. is being gradually exhausted


C. is gradually exhausted


D. has gradually exhausted


11.


11. We ______our dinner when a policeman came to the door.


A. just had


B. have just had


C. just have had


D. had just had


12.


12. They wanted to go to the French restaurant ______they had dinner the day before yesterday.


A. that


B. when


C. which


D. where


13.


13. Don't be careless again, ______?


A. will you


B. are you


C. did you


D. do you


14.


14. The forest fire caused by the volcano is difficult to be______.


A. put off


B. put on


C. put out


D. put up


15.


15. The majority of our students ______the life of these native people.


A. have never heard of


B. has heard about


C. has never heard of


D. have never listened to


16.


16. ______he said he wasn't hungry, he ate a big breakfast.


A. Although


B. Unless


C. Despite


D. Even


17.


17. —______are you trying to prove to the police?


—Where I was last night.


A. What


B. Why


C. How


D. When


18.


18. It is over two years since my brother ______the army.


A. joins


B. joined


C. has joined


D. had joined


19.


19. If you don't give ______smoking, you'll never get better.


A. off


B. up


C. out


D. in


20.


20. John kept quiet about the accident ______lose his job.


A. so as to not


B. so as not to


C. so not as to


D. not so as to


三、Ⅲ. Cloze (20 points)


For each blank in the following passage, there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. Choose the one that is most suitable and mark your answer by blackening the corresponding letter on the answer sheet.


21.


What is (21) that a teacher most wants in his students? Attentiveness? A good memory? Diligence? Certainly these are the qualities commonly (22) with "good students" in the (23) mind. And certainly, too, these are the qualities that most (24) to teachers' comfort.


But the best students I ever had, (25) I remember the most wistfully, was a talkative, lazy day-dreamer. Sometimes he turned assignments in (26) , and a few he never (27) around to doing at all. Actually, my admiration for him was ironic, (28) I have never liked the name Ronald, (29) suggests to me the assumed name of a movie star. But he made one whole year of my (30) experience a delight.


21.


A. there


B. they


C. it


D. that


22.


22.


A. associate


B. associated


C. associates


D. associating


23.


23.


A. popular


B. proper


C. inner


D. educated


24.


24.


A. contribute


B. contributed


C. contributes


D. contributing


25.


25.


A. a one


B. the one


C. the ones


D. these ones


26.


26.


A. early


B. behind


C. ahead


D. late


27.


27.


A. gave


B. looked


C. sent


D. got


28.


28.


A. so


B. still


C. because


D. though


29.


29.


A. who


B. which


C. what


D. that


30.


30.


A. teaching


B. teacher


C. teach


D. taught


四、Ⅳ. Reading Comprehension (75 points)


There are five reading passages in this part. Each passage is followed by five questions. For each question there are four suggested answers marked A, B, C and D. Choose the best answer and blacken the corresponding letter on the answer sheet.


31.


Passage One


Mark went to the neighborhood meeting after work. The area's city councilwoman (女议员) was leading a discussion about how the quality of life was decreasing. The neighborhood faced many problems. People were supposed to suggest solutions to the councilwoman. It was too much for Mark. "The problems are too big," he thought. He turned to the man next to him and said, "I think this is a waste of my time. Nothing I could do would make a difference here."


On his way back, Mark saw a woman carrying a grocery hag and baby. She was trying to unlock her car, but she didn't have a free hand. As Mark got closer, her other child, a little boy, suddenly darted into the street. The woman tried to reach for him, but as she moved, her bag shifted and groceries started to fall out. Mark ran to take the boy's arm and led him back to his mother. Then he picked up the groceries while the woman smiled in relief. "Thanks!" she said. "You've got great timing (适时) !"


"Just being neighborly (友好的) ," Mark said. As he rode home, he glanced at the walls of the bus passed by. On one of them was "Small acts of kindness add up." Mark smiled and thought, "Maybe that's a good place to start."


31. In the first paragraph, Mark thought that______.


A. nobody was so able as to solve these problems


B. many people were too selfish to think about others


C. he was not in the position to solve such problems


D. he already had more than enough work to do


32.


32. Which of the following statement is true?


A. Mark played an active part in community activities.


B. the city councilwoman was responsible for the decrease of life quality.


C. people were encouraged to give advice to solve these city problems.


D. many people were discouraged by the many problems facing them.


33.


33. The word "darted" in paragraph 5 can be best replaced by______.


A. walked


B. marched


C. wandered


D. dashed


34.


34. What is the implication of the words on the bus wall?


A. All small acts will add up to kindness.


B. It's a small act to help a person in need.


C. Everyone can play his own part to make things better.


D. You should be kind to your neighbors and they will treat you the same way.


35.


35. The passage is mainly about______.


A. how individuals can help make a difference


B. running a neighborhood meeting to solve its problems


C. citizens' reactions to the problems they face


D. solving problems through group action


36.


Passage Two


What is your favorite color? Do you like yellow, orange or red? If you do, you must be an optimist (乐观者), a leader, an active person. Do you prefer grays and blues? Then you are probably quiet, shy and you would rather follow than lead. If you love green, you are strong-minded and determined. At least this is what psychologists (心理学家) tell us. They have been seriously studying the meaning of color preference (爱好), and the effect that colors have on human beings. They tell us that we don't choose our favorite color as we grow up. If you happen to love brown, you did so as soon as you opened your eyes, or at least as soon as you could see clearly.


A yellow room makes us feel more cheerful and more comfortable than a dark green one. On the other hand, black is depressing. Light and bright colors make people not only happier but more active. It is a fact that factory workers work better, harder, and have fewer accidents when their machines are painted orange rather than black or dark gray.


Remember that you will know your friends and your enemies better when you find out what colors they like and dislike. And don't forget that anyone can guess a lot about your character when you choose a piece of handkerchief.


36. According to this passage,______.


A. one can choose his color preference


B. one is born with his color preference


C. one's color preference is changeable


D. one has to choose his favorite color as soon as he can see clearly


37.


37. The main idea of paragraph 2 is______.


A. colors may have effect on our work and study


B. colors do have effect on our moods (情绪)


C. light and bright colors make people happy


D. factory workers can work better in a bright room


38.


38. Which of the following is closest in meaning with the sentence: "I am feeling black"?


A. I am sad.


B. I am feeling well.


C. I am dirty.


D. I am very tired.


39.


39. According to the passage, which of the following is NOT true?


A. One can know his friends better from their color preference.


B. Workers can work better in a room with bright colors.


C. The person who prefers dark colors can not be successful.


D. We can change our mood by changing our clothes.


40.


40. The main idea of this passage is______.


A. one's color preference shows one's character


B. you can brighten your life with wonderful colors


C. psychologists have been studying the meaning of color preference


D. one's color preference has something to do with his character and colors have effects on human beings


41.


Passage Three


Many visitors finds the fast pace at which American people move very troubling. One's first impression is likely to be that everyone is in a rush. City people always appear to be hurrying to get where they are going and are very impatient if they are delayed even for a short moment.


At first, this may seem unfriendly to you. People will push past you as they walk along the street. You will miss smiles, brief conversations with people as you shop or dine away from home. Do not think that because Americans are in such a hurry they are unfriendly. Often, life is much slower outside the big cities, as is true in other countries as well.


Americans who live in cities often think that everyone is equally in a hurry to get things done; just as city people do in 气馁); just ask someone else. Most Americans enjoy helping a stranger.


41. Many people who first visit thewill find that______.


A. America is a highly developed country


B. Americans are impatient and unfriendly people


C. the fast pace in American life often causes much trouble


D. American city people seem to be always in a rush


42.


42. When the author says "You will miss smile" in paragraph two, he means______.


A. you will feel that Americans do not seem very friendly


B. you will be puzzled why Americans do not smile at you


C. you will fail to notice that Americans are pleasant and happy


D. you will find that Americans don't have much sense of humor


43.


43. In the author's opinion,______.


A. it is true that life in


B. people living outside big cities are lazy and miserable


C. most American people enjoy living in the suburbs of big cities


D. those who are busy are not necessarily unfriendly


44.


44. The author mentions big cities such as


A. to show that city people all over the world have a lot in common


B. to let his readers be aware that they are some of the world's biggest cities


C. to illustrate their difference from American cities


D. because they are some of the cities that attract visitors most


45.


45. If you say to an American that you are a stranger there, most probably he will______.


A. offer his help


B. stop smiling at you


C. help you find the way


D. reply that he is pleased to meet you


46.


Passage Four


It seems that beauty and women are twins. Observe for yourself. Ads on fashion flood TV screen, radio programs, magazines and the streets. Whether they have realized or not, women are besieged (包围) by a sea of fashion. They are taught to think that without beautiful clothes they will grow old and lose their charm. So who dares to neglect dressing up at the cost of their appearance and youth?


But I do not agree with the opinion that women have to show their beauty through their looks. The richness of their mind proves to be more beautiful and attractive than their looks. A woman who has experienced many troubles and may be called "aunt" or "granny" can still maintain her beauty if she has such excellent qualities as knowledge, ability, a kind heart and concern for others.


In addition, old and young, beautiful and ugly are relative concepts. People who keep a young mind will never feel old. Curious about new things and eager to learn more, they keep up with the tide. Plainly dressed women may have a type of beauty, which is pure and real.


46. Why does the author say that beauty and women are twins?


A. Women are born to be beauties.


B. Women like to show off their beauties


C. Women are proud of their beauty


D. Women try to maintain their beauty by dressing up


47.


47. According to the author, in order to stay young and attractive, women should______.


A. follow the fashion


B. enrich their mind


C. do more exercise


D. dress up in beautiful clothes


48.


48. Which of the following is NOT true according to the passage?


A. As a woman grows old, her beauty will gradually disappear.


B. A woman with a young mind never feels old.


C. Even a plainly dressed woman may have pure and real beauty.


D. However old she is, a woman with some excellent qualities can still maintain her beauty.


49.


49. The word "relative" in paragraph 3 most probably means______.


A. similar


B. related


C. different


D. independent


50.


50. The author believes that______.


A. women should lay more emphasis on their own qualities


B. beautiful clothes can make women more attractive


C. women have to show their beauty through their looks


D. women are more curious about new things than men


51.


Passage Five


Roman soldiers in some places built long rows of signal towers. When they had a message to send, the soldiers shouted it from tower to tower. If there were enough towers and enough soldiers with loud voices, important news could be sent quickly over distance.


In Africa, people learned to send messages by beating on a series of large drums (鼓). Each drum was kept within hearing distance of the next one. The drum beats were sent out in a special way that all the drummers understood. Though the messages were simple, they could be sent at great speed for hundreds of miles.


In the eighteenth century, a French engineer found a new way to send short messages. In this way, a person held a flag in each hand and the arms were moved to various positions representing different letters of the alphabet (字母表). It was like spelling out words with flags and arms.


Over a long period of time, people sent messages by all these different ways. However, not until the telephone was invented in


51. According to this passage, the Roman way of communication depended very much on______.


A. fine weather


B. high tower


C. the spelling system


D. arm movements


52.


52. Which of the following statements is true?


A. Telephone was invented by a French engineer.


B. Roman soldiers sent the important message by spelling out the words.


C. African soldiers shouted from tower to tower to pass message.


D. Only by using telephone could people send speech sounds quickly.


53.


53. The African way of communication sent messages______.


A. in a special way


B. over a very short distance


C. by a musical instrument


D. at a rather slow speed


54.


54. Which country's way of communication made use of visible signs?


A. French


B. Roman


C. African


D. American


55.


55. We can infer from this passage that______.


A. people cannot sent visible information until 19th century


B. we cannot communicate without sound


C. the ways of communication are similar in different countries


D. in ancient time, enough people is necessary to send messages over distance


五、Ⅴ. Daily Conversation (10 points)


Pick out the appropriate expression from the eight choices and complete the following dialogue by blackening the corresponding letter on the answer sheet.


56.


A. Very good, thank you.


B. Not at all.


C. Please take it easy.


D. Are you all right?


E. Excuse me.


F. Thank you!


G. Don't take it so much to heart.


H. Coffee, please.


56. Tony: Nice to meet you. Did you have a nice trip?


Tom:______


57.


57. Xiao Li: I'm sorry, Professor Liu. I have to be late again. I just had a car accident.


Professor: What? An accident!______?


58.


58. Passerby 1:______. Is there a petrol station?


Passerby 2: Turn left at the end of this road. It's on your right hand side.


59.


59. Betty: What a foolish thing I've done! I broke my watch.


Rose: It's really unfortunate.______. There must be some ways to make up for it.


60.


60. Simon: What would you care for a drink?


六、Ⅵ. Writing (25 points)


For this part, you are supposed to write a composition in 100—120 words based on the following situation. Remember to write it clearly.


61.


61.你的美国朋友史密斯访问中国后给你写了一封信。请你以北京101中学的学生李明的名义按照来信内容用英文写一封回信。史密斯在来信中提到:(1)感谢你送他的中国邮票,因为他弟弟集邮,并回赠你一些美国邮票; (2)他们在中国过得很愉快,收到了许多礼物; (3)想了解你的校园生活及你的爱好。


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