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专升本英语模拟151:本试卷总分150分;共有六类型题目


一、Ⅰ. Phonetics (5 points)


Directions: 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. familiar


B. popular


C. farther


D. forward


2.


2. A. told


B. gold


C. hold


D. folk


3.


3. A. these


B. without


C. father


D. thing


4.


4. A. chemistry


B. choose


C. change


D. kitchen


5.


5. A. needed


B. wanted


C. looked


D. invented


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. His brother has become a lawyer, ______ he wanted to be.


A. who


B. what


C. that


D. which


7.


7. I ______ to the meeting on time, but I had a flat tire on the way.


A. would be


B. would have been


C. were


D. had been


8.


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


A. taking


B. took


C. taken


D. take


9.


9. ______, he never takes anything from his neighbors.


A. As he is poor


B. Poor as he is


C. As poor he is


D. As is he poor


10.


10. Either he or I ______to the airport.


A. is to go


B. are to go


C. am to go


D. is going


11.


11. If only I ______my car!


A. hadn't lost


B. wouldn't lose


C. didn't lose


D. haven't lost


12.


12. None of the managers said that,______?


A. didn't they


B. did they


C. aren't they


D. are they


13.


13. —Do you know______?


—They moved here soon after their son was born.


A. when would the Greens move here


B. when the Greens moved here


C. when did the Greens move here


D. when the Greens would move here


14.


14. The spokesman assured the public that the problem ______care of as soon as possible.


A. will take


B. has been taken


C. would be taken


D. had been taken


15.


15. Her parents expect ______a qualified doctor.


A. her being


B. her of being


C. her to be


D. of her to be


16.


16. Do you think he would be ______refuse to offer us some money?


A. as selfish to


B. so selfish as to


C. selfish so as to


D. enough selfish to


17.


17. The light is still on. Why not ______?


A. turn it on


B. turn it off


C. turn on it


D. turn off it


18.


18. ______ had we sat down than the telephone rang.


A. Almost


B. No sooner


C. Hardly


D. Just


20.


20. The old lady has never ______the house since she moved in.


A. been away


B. left


C. lived


D. stayed at


19.


19. —Don't forget to come to my birthday party, Susan.


—______.


A. No, I don't


B. Yes, I can't


C. No, I won't


D. Yes, I'm sure


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.


26.


26.


A. about


B. in


C. into


D. by


27.


27.


A. against


B. after


C. before


D. besides


28.


28.


A. of


B. for


C. with


D. in


29.


29.


A. place


B. action


C. shape


D. charge


30.


30.


A. grow


B. extend


C. appear


D. come


21.


Did you ever have someone's name on the tip of your tongue and yet you were unable to recall it? (21) this happens again, do not try to recall it. Do something (22) for a couple of minutes, and the name may come into your head. The name is there. Since you have met (23) person and learned his name. It only has to be dug out. The initial effort to recall (24) the mind for operation, but it is the subconscious (25) that go to work to dig up a dim memory. Forcing yourself to recall almost never helps because it doesn't loosen your memory; it only tightens it. Students find the preparatory method helpful (26) examinations. They read over the questions (27) trying to answer any of them. Then they answer first the ones (28) which they are most confident. Meanwhile, deeper mental activities in the subconscious mind are taking (29) ; work is being done on the more difficult question. By the time the easier questions are answered, answers to the more difficult ones will usually begin to (30) into consciousness. It is often just a question of waiting for recall to come to the memory.


21.


A. Whether


B. When


C. While


D. As


22.


22.


A. apart


B. simple


C. else


D. similar


23.


23.


A. this


B. certain


C. a


D. some


24.


24.


A. begins


B. leads


C. helps


D. prepares


25.


25.


A. movements


B. activities


C. procedures


D. deeds


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 blackening the corresponding letter on the answer sheet.


31.


Passage One


You've probably had the experience of having someone fall in love with you when you didn't feel the same way. In such a case it's hard to know what to do. You don't want to be so obvious in your efforts that you make an enemy of him.


A friend of mine had this problem and handled it in the most tactful (得体的) way I've ever seen. Instead of telling her admirer directly, she devoted herself to introducing him to every girl she knew. Whenever she had a date with him, she arranged to drop in at the home of one of her girl friends. At last he clicked (一见如故) with one of these girls, and then everyone was happy. My friend was rid of a problem and she still had the young man as a friend, which was just what she wanted him to be.


Of course this solution may not work for you. You may have your own way of dealing with the problem. But whatever you decide to do, keep one thing in mind—the boy in question has feelings every bit as sensitive as your own. So try to find a way of discouraging him without hurting him.


31. The best title for this passage would be______.


A. How to Make a Friend


B. Problems of Dating


C. Good Advice for Girls


D. How to Free Yourself from an Admirer


32.


32. The author's friend solved her problem by______.


A. telling her admirer directly


B. keeping on dating with her admirer


C. avoiding meeting her admirer any more


D. bringing her admirer together with another girl and still having him as a friend


33.


33. The author's friend can best be described as______.


A. selfish


B. patient


C. tactful


D. sympathetic


34.


34. The author advises us to be______.


A. friendly to everybody


B. considerate to others


C. aware of man's weakness


D. meet other's demands


35.


35. The main idea of this passage is______.


A. it is likely to make an enemy of your admirer


B. there are many solutions to the problems of dating


C. an admirer has feeling every bit as sensitive as our own


D. it is possible to discourage an admirer without hurting his feelings


36.


Passage Two


In 1826, a Frenchman named Niepce needed pictures for his business. So he invented a very simple camera. He put it in a window of his house and took a picture of his garden. That was the first photo.


The next important date in the history of photography (摄影术) was in 1837. That year, Daguere, another Frenchman, took a picture of his reading room. He used a new kind of camera in a different way. In his picture you could see everything very clearly, even the smallest thing. This kind of photo was called a Daguerreotype.


In about 1840, photography was developed. Then photographers could take pictures of people and moving things. That was not simple. The photographers had to carry a lot of film and other machines. But this did not stop them, for example, some in the


Mathew Brady was a famous American photographer. He took many pictures of great people. The pictures were unusual' because they were very lifelike.


Photographs also became one kind of art by the end of the 19th century. Some photos were not just copies of the real world. They showed feelings like other kinds of art.


36. The first photo taken by Niepce was a picture of______.


A. his business


B. his house


C. his garden


D. his window


37.


37. The Daguerreotype was______.


A. a Frenchman


B. a photographer


C. a kind of camera


D. a kind of picture


38.


38. If a photographer wanted to take pictures of moving things in the year of 1840, he had to______.


A. watch lots of films


B. buy an expensive camera


C. stop in most cities


D. take with him other machines apart from film


39.


39. Mathew Brady______.


A. was very lifelike


B. was famous for his unusual pictures


C. was quite strong


D. took many pictures of moving people


40.


40. This passage tells us______.


A. how photography was developed


B. how to show your ideas and feelings in pictures


C. how to take pictures in the world


D. how to use different cameras


41.


Passage Three


More than 6,000 children were expelled (开除) from US school last year for bringing guns and bombs to school, the US Department of Education said on May 8.


The department gave a report to the expulsions (开除) as saying handguns accounted for 58% of the 6,093 expulsions in 1996—1997, against 7% for rifles (步枪) or shotguns and 35% for other types of firearms.


"The report is a clear sign that our nation's public schools are cracking down (严惩) on students who bring guns to school," Education Secretary Richard Riley said in a statement.


In March 1997, an 11-year old boy and a 13-year old boy using handguns and rifles shot dead four children and a teacher at a school in Arkansas. In October, two were killed and seven wounded in a shooting at a Mississippi school. Two months later, a 14-year old boy killed three high school students and wounded five in Kentucky.


Most of the expulsions, 56%, were from high school, 34% were from junior high schools and 9% were from elementary schools, the report said.


41. From the first paragraph we can infer that in the


A. students enjoy shooting


B. safety is a problem


C. students are eager to be solider.


D. students can make guns.


42.


42. The report from the US Department of Education shows that______.


A. the number of the expulsions is not large.


B. the number of the expulsion is wrong.


C. there are soldiers hiding among the students.


D. guns are out of control in the


43.


43. The main idea of paragraph 4 shows us______.


A. some examples of shooting in the


B. the American's feeling.


C. some famous schools.


D. that some teachers were killed by students.


44.


44. How many students were shot dead in 1997 in the


A. 9


B. 10


C. 12


D. 22


45.


45. From this passage we know that______.


A. every American cannot have guns.


B. only soldiers and police can have guns.


C. every American citizen can own guns.


D. teachers have no money to buy guns.


46.


Passage Four


Millions of stars are traveling about in space. A few form. groups which journey together, but most of them travel alone. And they travel through a universe so large that one star seldom comes near to another.


We believe, however, that some two thousand million years ago, another star wandering through space, happened to come near our sun. Just as the sun and the moon raise tides on the earth, so this star must have raised tides on the surface of the sun. But they were very different from the small tides that are raised in our oceans; a large tidal wave' must have travelled over the surface of the sun, at last forming a mountain so high that we cannot imagine it. As the cause of the disturbance (动荡) came nearer, so the mountain rose higher and higher. And before the star began to move away again, its tidal pull had become so powerful that this mountain was torn to pieces and threw off small parts of itself into space. These small pieces have been going round the sun ever since. They are the planets (行星).


46. Millions of stars are______.


A. following a regular path in space


B. always travelling together


C. seldom wandering about in the universe


D. moving about without a fixed course


47.


47. Some two thousand million years ago, the mountain on the sun was raised probably because______.


A. the star moved away from the sun


B. another star happened to come near the sun


C. fhe sun and the moon raised the tides on the earth


D. a large tidal wave of a star travelled over the surface of the sun


48.


48. The article suggests that______.


A. our earth exists before the sun


B. how space formed


C. no one knows where the earth comes from


D. our earth used to be part of a high mountain on the sun


49.


49. The expression "the cause of the disturbance" in paragraph 2 refers to______.


A. the large tidal wave


B. the powerful tidal pull


C. the star coming near the sun


D. one of the sun's planets


50.


50. In this article, the writer mainly wants to tell the readers______.


A. that the universe is so large that we cannot imagine it


B. where the planets in the universe came from


C. how the high mountains were formed on the sun


D. why the tides over the surface of the sun were so powerful


51.


Passage Five


On a Saturday night, Mr. Jones went to Willington and got so drunk at the Red Lion that he did not come back till 麻烦) to feed the animals.


When Mr. Jones got back, he immediately went to sleep on the living-room sofa with the News of the World over his face, so that when evening came, the animals were still not fed. At last, they could stand no longer. One of the cows broke into the door of the store-house with her horns (角) and all the animals began to help themselves to the grains.


It was just then that Mr. Jones woke up. And the men came back. The next moment he and his four men were in the store-house with whips in their hands, whipping (鞭打) in all directions. This was more than the hungry animals would bear. Together, they jumped upon their masters. Mr. Jones and his men suddenly found themselves being struck with their horns and kicked from all sides. The situation was quite out of their control. A minute later all five of them were in full fright down the road, with the animals running after them joyfully.


51. Which of the following is TRUE according to the story?


A. Willington was the name of a hotel.


B. Red Lion was the name of a restaurant.


C. News of the World was a TV programme.


D. Mr. Johns went back home at night.


52.


52. The four men didn't feed the cows because______.


A. Mr. Johns wasn't at home


B. the cows fed themselves


C. Mr. Johns had feed the cows in the morning


D. they find it difficult to feed cows


53.


53. The cows broke into the store-house to feed themselves because______.


A. they were too hungry


B. they wanted to fight with the men


C. they wanted to go on strike


D. they were so angry at their masters


54.


54. The cows jumped upon their masters because______.


A. they were not fed


B. they were so hungry


C. they were whipped so hard by them


D. they were so happy


55.


55. What is the best tile for the story?


A. How to Feed Cows


B. A Bad Sunday


C. Cows and Their Masters


D. The Rebellion (***) of the Cows


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. I am awfully sorry,


B. Not at all.


C. It's my pleasure.


D. No, of course not.


E. Coffee, please.


F. You don't look well.


G. But he panned to.


H. Take it easy.


56. Tony: OK. Tom. Thank you very much for your invitation.


Tom:______.


57.57. Xiao Wang: Do you mind if I speak to you in English?


Mary: ______.But why?


58.


58. Rose: Hi, Lisa. What's wrong with you?______.


Lisa: No, I don't. I've got the flu.


59.


59. Student: I'm nervous.


Teacher:______. Betty, you'll finish it quickly.


60.


60. Student: Good morning, Professor Liu. ______I'm late.


Professor: You are late every morning. You were late Tuesday, yesterday...Don't you have a watch?


六、Ⅵ. Writing (25 points)


For Pick out the appropriate expression from the eight choices and complete the following dialogue by blackening the corresponding letter on the answer sheet. this part, you are supposed to write a composition in 100--120 words based on the following situation. Remember to write it clearly.


61.教师节这天你参加了学校的庆祝大会,会上表彰了15名优秀教师,并向满30年教龄的教师颁发了纪念章。你的英语老师也在表彰之列。会后你和同学们去看了她。你的老师请你们随便聊,并讲述了她对教师这一职业的看法: “当教师既是辛苦的又是幸福的,没有知识,人类就没有进步”。这句话给你留下了深刻的印象,鼓舞了你们将来从事教育事业的决心。


用第一人称,就上述内容写一篇日记。


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