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专升本(英语)模拟试卷160

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【摘要】

一、1.Phonetics

0.(1)

A.terrible
B.aspect
C.respect
D.mathematics

1.(2)

A.expensive
B.excuse
C.example
D.except

2.(3)

A.leaf
B.cease
C.read
D.meadow

3.(4)

A.fear
B.earn
C.pear
D.beard

4.(5)

A.square
B.farewell
C.declare
D.disappear

二、2.Vocabulary and Structure

Part I  Vocabulary and Structure
Directions: Each of the following sentences is provided with four choices. Choose the one that best completes the sentence. Then, mark your answer on the Answer Sheet.

0. —Will you come to the party this weekend? —______.

A.With pleasure
B.My pleasure
C.It"s my pleasure
D.A pleasure

1. The square in front of the supermarket is so limited that when going there, first of all, you should consider ______your car.

A.parking
B.where to park
C.to park
D.where parking

2. The factory has done good honour to the government and the people around so that visitors come to it______.

A.in number
B.in larger numbers
C.to the number
D.by number

3. It is ______to be invited to speak here.

A.good manners
B.an honour
C.a pride
D.a respect

4. The country has ______people and ______money ______spent on tobacco every year.

A.a large quantity of, a number of, are
B.plenty of, a great deal, are
C.a great deal of, plenty of, is
D.a large number of, a large amount of, is

5. ______he goes, she will go, and she never cares ______happens.

A.Wherever, what
B.Wherever, that
C.Where, that
D.Where, what

6. ______no air or water, there would be no life in the world.

A.There was
B.There were
C.Is there
D.Were there

7. She is always the first ______to school.

A.coming
B.to come
C.to have come
D.having come

8. —I always look out before crossing the street. —You are right. You can"t be too______.

A.nervous
B.careful
C.careless
D.hurried

9. It was 12 o"clock ______the plane took off.

A.when
B.that
C.since
D.till

10. ______,Mr. Brown saw the washing machine which had been repaired go wrong again.

A.To his surprise
B.It was surprised
C.Surprising
D.By surprise

11. —What made her so upset? —______the necklace ______yesterday.

A.Lost, bought
B.Lost, buying
C.Losing, having bought
D.Losing, bought

12. The three children looked after their sick mother______.

A.in return
B.by turn
C.in turn
D.in return for

13. Tom went out to play with his homework______.

A.done
B.to do
C.doing
D.being done

14. Not until______ the whole thing to him ______that he was wrong.

A.had I explained, he realized
B.had I explained, that he realized
C.I had explained, that he realized
D.I had explained, did he realize

三、3.Reading Comprehension

Part III  Reading Comprehension
Directions: In this part there are four passages. Each passage is followed by a number of comprehension questions. Read the passages and choose the best answer to each question. Then, mark your answer by blackening the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet.

1.Fifty years ago, most people lived in rural areas. But the world has changed. In the near future, more than half of all people will live in cities for the first time in history.
  City life is not always a bad thing, but many experts worry about this process of urbanization (城市化 ). A new report says that process is having a huge effect on human health and the quality of the environment. Of the three billion people who live in cities now, the report says, about one billion live in unplanned settlements. These are areas of poverty, slums that generally lack basic services like clean water, or even permanent housing. More than 60 million people are added to cities and surrounding areas each year, mostly in slums in developing countries. The international community has been too slow to recognize the growth of urban poverty. Policy makers need to increase investments in education, health care and other areas.
  The report talks about some successful efforts by local governments and community groups. For example, it says in Columbia, engineers have created a bus system that has helped reduce air pollution and improve quality of life.
  The link between urban poverty and the environment is serious, but governments also need to consider why people are moving out of rural areas. Climate changes, droughts, floods—there are many reasons forcing people to leave their farm land.
  The two issues of poverty reduction and the environment have existed side by side, but rarely have they connected—until now. Governments are starting to understand that environmental collapse is not a natural cost of economic development. Instead, it is hurting the possibility for growth.

The main idea of the passage is about ______.

A.urbanization and its effects
B.a huge effect of human
C.economic development
D.the environment

2.
Which is NOT true among tile following statements?

A.Half a century ago, most people lived in the countryside.
B.Climate changes, droughts, floods are the reasons for many people to leave their farm land.
C.More than sixty million people are added to cities and surrounding areas every two years.
D.The international community has reacted slowly to the growth of urban poverty.

3.
The process of urbanization has caused many problems, the major one is ______.

A.economy
B.the growth of poverty in cities
C.education
D.health care

4.
According to the passage, what should be understood by governments?

A.The link between the environment and the economy is not serious enough.
B.The two issues of poverty reduction and the environment have often been connected
C.Environmental collapse is a result of economic development
D.Environmental collapse is affecting the possibility for growth.

6.Most people want to work, but it has become more difficult in today"s world to find work for everybody. The economies(经济) of the world need to grow by 4% each year just to keep the old number of jobs for people. Often this is not possible, and so more people are out of work(失业). Some people have no jobs now because new machines can do the work of many people in a short time. Also, machines do not ask for more money and longer holiday. In all of the countries of the world, machines are taking work from people, not only in factories but also on the farms. One machine can often do the work of forty people. About 75 000 people are moving to the cities a day to look for jobs, but only 70% of them can find jobs.

If tile economics of the world grow by 4% each year, ______.

A.people will have no jobs
B.people can still have jobs as before
C.4% of the people will have jobs
D.97% of the people will have jobs

7.
One machine can do as much work as ______.

A.40% of the people
B.4% of the people in the world
C.40 people
D.75 000 people

8.
How many people outside cities go into cities to look for jobs each day?

A.70% of the people.
B.4% of the people in the world.
C.More than 75 000.
D.About 75 000 people.

9.
Which of the following is NOT true?

A.Machines are taking work instead of" people.
B.Now more people are out of work.
C.Machines need more money and longer holidays.
D.Most people want to have jobs.

11.Most English people have three names: a first name, a middle name and the family name. Their family name comes last. For example, my full name is Jim Allan Green. Green is my family name. My parents gave me both of my other names.
  People don"t use their middle names very much, So "John Henry Brown" is usually called "John Brown". People never use Mr. , Mrs. or Miss before their first names. So you can say John Brown, or Mr. Brown; but you should never say Mr. John. They use Mr. , Mrs. or Miss with the family name but never with the first name.
  Sometimes people ask me about nay name. "When were you born, why did your parents call you Jim?" they ask. "Why did they choose that name?" The answer is they didn"t call me Jim. They called me James. James was the name of nay grandfather. In England, people usually call me Jim for short. That"s because it is shorter and easier than James.

Most English people have name(s).

A.one
B.two
C.three
D.four

12.
______ is Jim"s family name.

A.Jim
B.Green
C.Allan
D.James

13.
English people use Mr. ,Mrs. or Miss with ______.

A.the family name
B.the first name
C.the middle name
D.the first name and the middle name

14.
People usually call the writer Jim instead of James because

A.it"s the name of his grandfather
B.it"s easier for people to call him
C.it"s the name that his parents chose for him
D.it"s more difficult than James

16.Henry was worried. This was his first time to go traveling by air. He did not know how to find his seat, so he went to the airhostess (空姐) and asked ,"Could you help me? I can"t find my scat. "The air hostess showed him the seat and told him to sit down and fasten the seat (系好安全带). She told Henry not to move about when the plane was going up. And she also said that Henry"s ears might feel a little strange, but he didn"t need to worry about it because many people felt like that. When the plane was flying very high, Henry could stand up and walk round. He could either read books, newspapers or see films. The airhostess would bring food and drinks. Henry, could enjoy the flight and arrive home soon.

Which of the following is right?

A.After getting into the plane Henry found his seat and sat down at once.
B.Henry sat down in his seat and fastened the seat bch without any help.
C.Thanks to the air hostess, Henry knew how to find his seat and fasten the seat belt.
D.With the help of the hostess, Henry got into t}m plane.

17.
In the passage" move about" means ______.

A.talk to each other
B.change his seat at that moment
C.walk here and there
D.go on moving

18.
When the plane was going up, the air hostess told Henry not to worry about ______.

A.the plane
B.the strange feeling
C.his seat
D.his health

19.
What is the passage about?

A.An enjoyable journey.
B.Henry"s first flight.
C.The helpful airhostess.
D.Terrible travel by air.

21.There"re only 800 people in Fairfield, and most of them do the same thing at the same time every" week day. Every morning, Monday through Friday, when the big clock strikes seven, old Bruce Hunt walks past the Farmers" Bookshop. He"s on his way to work at the bus-station. And when Bruce walks past the book shop, Robert Brown opens his shop next door and waves to Bruce. When Robert waves to Bruce, you can set your watch and you know it"s seven.
  If you miss Bruce and Robert, you can set your watch when Miss Mary Smith opens the door of the post office. You know it"s seven fifty-five. She has five minutes to get ready for work—to put away her raincoat
and take off her hat and coat. Rain or shine, Miss Mary Smith brings raincoat. "You never can tell what the weather will be like when it"s time to go home," she always says.
  One after another the shops along Main Street open for the day. The clothes shop and the fruit shop get open for business. When Mr. King opens the bookshop, the clock above the shop strides nine.
  But every weekday, people go to bed early in Fairfield. The streets are quiet, and the houses are dark when the big clock over the Farmers" Bookshop strikes tell o"clock. The small town is getting ready for tomorrow.

The post office starts its business at ______ every weekday.

A.7:00
B.7:55
C.0.333333
D.0.375

22.
Miss Mary Smith goes to work always with a raincoat because ______.

A.the weather often changes
B.she likes to do so
C.she has to walk home after work
D.it always rains when it"s time to go home

23.
Who works in the bookshop?

A.Miss Smith,
B.Mr. Hunt.
C.Mr. King.
D.Mr. Brown.

24.
After 10 o"clock in the evening the small town ______.

A.be still busy for the next day"s business
B.becomes no longer quiet
C.becomes more beautiful
D.stops its business hours

四、4.Cloze

Part IV  Cloze
Directions: There are some blanks in the following passages. For each blank there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. You should choose the one that best fits into the passages. Then, mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet.

1.Last year, my classmate Jane and I graduated from an ordinary normal university. Like most of the students who had just stepped out of university, we had to【21】. The first tough test——job hunting to【22】a passport to society. And the most【23】part was the job interview. The【24】was very fierce. Dozens of my classmates, Jane【25】, sent our resumes(简历) to a key middle school for a teaching post, making the chance of success as low as 1 to 20.
  Before the job interview, I【26】through preparations, including a formal suit, a new ly-done hair, a few【27】on job interviews, and even some ancient Chinese poems【28】I encountered a learned interviewer. On that day everything went off【29】. I answered all the questions fluently. I felt very【30】. Jane was still there waiting for her turn. I made a "V"【31】to her. She smiled at me, looking a little worried. I【32】she was not as eloquent(雄辩的) as, I a week later, all of us received letters of【33】. Another week later, guess what happened! She got the job!【34】congratulating her, I asked her how she got it. She said, "I did【35】, I just wrote them a note of thanks after receiving the letter of refusal." Only then【36】I realize why all the applicants(应有者) has received the same letters and that was also a part of the【37】.
  Only a note of thanks, but that was what made all the difference. This experience【38】me a good lesson, that, is【39】excellent you are, you should never forget the【40】manners of saying "thank you".
(41)

A.look through
B.live through
C.go through
D.go on

2.(42)

A.get
B.allow
C.accept
D.permit

3.(43)

A.important
B.reliable
C.sad
D.acceptable

4.(44)

A.interview
B.contest
C.competition
D.post

5.(45)

A.including
B.included
C.containing
D.contained

6.(46)

A.took
B.made
C.had
D.put

7.(47)

A.tips
B.notices
C.advice
D.suggestion

8.(48)

A.so that
B.in order that
C.even if
D.in case

9.(49)

A.actually
B.difficulty
C.smoothly
D.excitedly

10.(50)

A.confident
B.disappointed
C.worried
D.proud

11.(51)

A.mark
B.signal
C.sign
D.form

12.(52)

A.thought
B.expected
C.suggested
D.advised

13.(53)

A.thanks
B.application
C.refusal
D.acceptance

14.(54)

A.For
B.While
C.What
D.Then

15.(55)

A.something
B.anything
C.nothing
D.everything

16.(56)

A.have
B.did
C.do
D.had

17.(57)

A.exam
B.problems
C.checks
D.tests

18.(58)

A.believed
B.sent
C.gave
D.taught

19.(59)

A.even
B.still
C.however
D.very

20.(60)

A.bad
B.simple
C.easy
D.content

五、5.Writing

Part VII  Writing

0.   For this part, you are allowed thirty minutes to write a composition on the topic "An Increasing Number of People are Studying for Master Degrees". You should write at least 120 words and base your composition on the outline given in Chinese below:
1. 越来越多的人在读硕士学位;
2.其中的原因;
3.你个人的看法。

六、6.Daily Conversation

0. Speaker A: Firstly, allow me to introduce myself. My name is John Brown, manager of the company.Speaker B:______

1. W: How long can I keep the book?M:______

2. Speaker A: Take a seat, Mr. Brown. Could you tell me which position you think most appeals to you?Speaker B:______

3. W: I was thinking of staying in tonight to serf the Internet, do you want to join me? M:______

4. Speaker A: I wonder if Ann will come. It" s 8:30 now and she was supposed to come at 8: 00. Speaker B:______

5. M: What are you doing?W: Trying to get this wine stain(污渍)out of the carpet.M: Hang on. There" s some soda here. It should take the stain right out.W: Really? Hey______.

6. Endy: Hi, Tom. How is everything?Tom:______

7. Grandpa: Robbie, we" 11 go fishing soon, and we" 11 take your Dad with us.Grandson: I" m ready, Grandpa______

8. Teacher: Where is Mike this morning?Student: He" s got a cold.Teacher:______

9. W: How was the job interview? I think you make a good journalist(记者).M:______

10. Speaker A: Have you ever done any work in this field?Speaker B:______

11. W: This book is great. I can" t put it down.M:______

12. Waiter:______Customer: Yes, I"ll have a cheeseburger, with French fries (薯条).

13. W: How did you do with your essay for Professor Black Scott?M:______

14. Mary: Tom, would you like to go to a party this Sunday?Tom. ______ . What kind of party? Mary: It" s a birthday party.

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