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郑大长途教导招生退学试卷高升本英语试卷

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  下面是今年的英语退学测验试卷,请报名的同窗看一下,停止一下自测复习,已顺利经过历程退学测验。

  郑大长途教导招生退学试卷高升本英语试卷

  考生留意事项:

  1、 本试卷满分150分,测验时间150分钟。

  2、 所有答案必须写在答题纸上,写在试题纸上有效!

  一.单项填空(共35小题;每小题1分,满分35分)

  从A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最好选项,并在答题卡大将该项涂黑。

  例:It is generally considered unwise to give a child _____ he or she want.

  A. however B. whatever C. whichever D. whenever

  答案是B。

  1.---I'll be away for a summer holiday. Would you mind going with me?

  ---_____.

  A. I'll like it B. No, I've no time

  C. Not at all,I'd be glad to D. yes, of course not

  2. Do you know________?

  A. what the matter is with him B. what happen to me

  C. what's wrong with him D. how is he

  3.---Do you think it's going to rain this evening?.

  ---_____ .

  A. I hope not B. I don't think

  C.I don't hope so D. I don't believe it

  4. Hand me _______ pen. I want to take it down in red.

  A. a B. the C. another one

  5. I'm sure the Olympic Games will be successful in 2008 in China, ______?

  A. Won't it B. won't they C. shall we D. aren't I

  6.---Can you tell me how to study English well?

  ---Do more speaking, _________you'll be good at spoken English.

  A. then B. or C. and D. until

  7.---What did Tom do yesterday afternoon?

  ---He went to the bookstore, ________some scientific books and visited his friend.

  A. bought B. to buy C. buying D. having bought

  8. The secretary has been keeping silent about the accident _____lose her job.

  A. so as not to B. so as to not C. so not as to D. in order to

  9. I will ________ a pretty gift for this disabled boy.

  A. give off B. give out C. give away D. give to

  10. Dalian lies _____the east of China and Japan is also______ the east of China.

  A. to; in B. in; in C, in; to D. on; to

  11. When the new project came into _______, many old workers returned to the factory.

  A. practice B. sight C. orders D. a new start

  12.一 What do you think of my composition?

  一 It____ well___ a few spelling mistakes.

  A. reads; except for B. reads; besides

  C. is read; except for D. is read; besides

  13. Hi, Jack , please stay at home , I'll____ you at 6 o'clock and we'll go to the cinema together.

  A. call for B. wait for C. search for D. look for

  14._____ by his skin ,he must be from Africa.

  A. To judge B. Judged C. To be judged D. Judging

  15.一 Never thought to see you here!

  一 _______

  A. So did I. B. It s a small world!

  C. Oh, haven't you? D. Glad to meet you.

  16. The cat, the dog or the wolf lead an active life in winter. ______of them need to hibernate.

  A. Not all B. Each C. None D. Neither

  17. Don't forget to _____ your picture with you when you come here tomorrow.

  A. keep B. bring C. take D. hold

  18. Books are good for people. Buy ______book to kill your time when you are in hospital.

  A. a B. the C. one more D. another

  19. You can do it well, _____ is known to us all.

  A. which B. that C. as D. it

  20. The man is ________ the work.

  A. equipped for B. supplies with C. worthy doing D. able to

  21. Paul doesn't have to be made _____. He always works hard.

  A. learn    B. to learn    C. learned    D. learning

  22.─Your mobile-phone is so new.

  ─ I got ______ just this morning.

  A. one   B. it    C. that     D. this

  23. ---Where can I find ________ camera? I like those photos.

  ---I don't know. Anyway, take one instead.

  A. a B. an C. the D. such

  24. When a pencil is partly in a glass of water, it looks as if it ______.

  A. breaks           B. has broken

  C. were broken         D. had been broken

  25. .---Car 17 won the race.

  ---Yes, but its driver came close to ________.

  A. having been killed B. have been killed

  C. be killed D. being killed

  26.I couldn't make out what they were saying, for they spoke to me _________.

  A. right away B. all the time C. in all D. at once

  27. ─All of my old students took part in the party and some pop singers joined us as well.

  ─It _____a disappointing party.

  A. can't be          B. shouldn't be

  C. mustn't have been      D. couldn't have been

  28. What color is it _________ you have painted your house?

  A. what B. where C. which D. that

  29. ---Isn't it about the time you ______ to do morning exercises?

  ---Yes, it is. Would you like to join us?

  A.begin B.have begun C.begun D.began

  30.---Shall I buy this book for Tim?

  ---_________. He might already have it.

  A.I don't agree B. No problem

  C. You can't do that D. You'd better not

  31.______, the experiment will be successful.

  A.If carefully done B.If carefully doing

  C.If it done carefully D.If doing carefully

  32.When he went through the forest alone, he made marks ______ he had been.

  A.there B.wherever C.the place D.in which

  33.---Are you going to the football game?

  ---No, the tickets are ______ expensive for me.

  A.very much B.highly C.so much D.far too

  34.---________ your car here, or you've got to be fined.

  ---But where on earth can I park?

  A. Park B. Don't park C. Parking D. Not parking

  35.He is lying in bed, his eyes looking at the ceiling and his hands ______ behind his head.

  A.crossing B.crossed C.to cross D.putting

  二.完形填空(共20小题;每小题1.5分,满分30分)

  浏览下面漫笔,从漫笔后所给各题的四个选项(A、B、C和D)当选出能填入照应空白处的最好选项,并在答题卡大将该项涂黑。

  People do not analyse every problem they meet. Sometimes they try to remember a solution from the last time they had a 36 problem. They often accept the opinion or ideas of other people. Other times they begin to act without 37 ;they try to find a solution by trial and error 38 ,when all of these methods 39 ,the person with a problem has to start analysing. There are six stages in analysing a problem.

  40 the person must recognise that there is a problem. For example, Sam’s bicycle is broken, and he cannot ride it to class as he usually does. Sam must see that there is a problem with his bicycle.

  Next the person must 41 the problem. Before Sam can repair his bicycle, he must know why it does not work. For example, he must 42 the parts that are wrong.

  Now the person must look for 43 that will make the problem clearer and lead to 44 solutions. For example, suppose Sam 45 that his bike does not work because there is some thing wrong with the brakes. 46 ,he can look in his bicycle repair book and read about brakes,talk to his friends at the bike shop, or look at his brakes carefully.

  After 47 the problem, the person should have several suggestions for a possible solution. Take Sam as an example 48 ,his suggestions might be:tighten or loosen the brakes; but new brakes and change the old ones.

  In the end ,one 49 seems to be the solution 50 the problem. Sometimes the 51 idea comes quite 52   because the thinker suddenly sees something new or sees something in a different way. Sam, for example, suddenly sees there is a piece of chewing gum stuck to a brake. He 53 hits on the solution to his problem:he must 54 the brake.

  Finally the solution is 55 .Sam does it and finds his bicycle works perfectly. In short he has solved the problem.

  36.A.serious  B.usual    C.similar     D.common

  37.A.practice  B.thinking  C.understanding  D.help

  38.A.Besides  B.Instead   C.Otherwise   D.However

  39.A.fail   B.work    C.change    D.develop

  40.A.First   B.Usually  C.In general   D.Most importantly

  41.A.judge   B.find    C.describe   D.face

  42.A.check  B.determine  C.correct    D.recover

  43.A.answers B.skills    C.explanation  D.information

  44.A.possible   B.exact    C.real     D.special

  45.A.hopes    B.argues   C.decides   D.suggests

  46.A.In other words B.Once in a while C.First of all   D.At this time

  47.A.discussing   B.settling down  C.comparing with D.studying

  48.A.secondly  B.again  C.also  D.alone

  49.A.suggestion  B.conclusion  C.decision  D.discovery

  50.A.with  B.into  C.for  D.to

  51.A.next  B.clear  C.final  D.new

  52.A.unexpectedly B.late  C.clearly  D.often

  53.A.fortunately  B.easily  C.clearly  D.immediately

  54.A.clean  B.separate  C.loosen  D.remove

  55.A.recorded  B.completed  C.tested  D.accepted

  三.浏览明白(共25小题;每小题2分,满分50分)

  浏览以下漫笔,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出最好选项,并在答题卡大将该项涂黑。

  A

  The story of Diego Maradona, the Argentinian football player, is the story of the rise and fall of a poor man who became a world star, but paid the price of fame. At 33 years of age, he is now at the end of a career which saw him ,in the 1980s , as the bright star of World Cup Football. In the l990s, this career has come into a story of poor performance on the field, drug-taking, speaking ill of football officials ,being forbidden and finally facing court action in which he has had to defend charges of shooting at several reporters.

  Maradona was born in the poor area of Furito in Buenos Aires. Early in his life, he was able to realize a dream of most poor boys, the dream that the way out of poverty -trap is through success in sport. Sport in the world around is an activity open to all people, no matter what their background is.

  Diego Maradona is one of eight children. His Father is an Indian and mother is an Italian. The games of football played in the dirty street outside his small white, one-storeyed home in Furito were to provide him with a passport out of the small town. Today, poorly dressed boys still run and kick balls around the street from which their hero traveled to become one of the world's great football artists.

  Football expert Francis Corneo found Diego' s gift. He says that the young player was "a natural" and there was nothing he could teach him. He had never seen anyone play like him in his thirty years' football life.

  56. In the second paragraph of this passage, what does" poverty-trap" mean?

  A. The low position in society.

  B. Extremely poor condition in one's life.

  C. Poor living conditions which are hard to escape from.

  D. Become wealthy in the future.

  57. After rising to the height in his football career, he has been in decline ,for ____

  A. his performance is not as good as before on the field

  B. he will be brought in an action against his bad deed

  C. he showed no respect for some football officials

  D. all the above

  58. Sport is an activity open to all people , no matter what their background is. This sentence tells us ____ .

  A. everybody enjoys sport and could turn a dream into reality

  B. through sport everybody may be successful and becomes a famous star in the world, no matter how poor he used to be

  C. if one wants to be a famous sport star, he must have a special background

  D. people from working-class families will never get international success

  59. We can infer from the passage that ____ .

  A. Maradona will face a possible prison term if found guilty on the shooting charges

  B. background is very important in sport

  C. Maradona is a football star and he is as famous as before

  D. Maradona is down but he isn't knocked out

  B

  Solid passes sound very well. Try holding a wooden stick against part of a machine, and place your ears against the stick. The movement of the ball-bearings can be clearly heard. This is a good way of finding the exact source of trouble in a motor-car engine which sounds as if it is wrong and yet gives no information of where the trouble is.

  It is probably a good thing that sound cannot travel through a vacuum, for we are thus limited to earth-made sounds. The violent disturbances which are seen sometimes in the sun, for example, may affect our magnetisn and our radio;they do not affect our ears, which is a very good thing for our peace of mind.

  If we have used our eyes and ears, we may have realized that sound takes time to travel through the air. The sound of thunder nearly always follows the lightning flash although they happen at exactly the same time. And the appearance of a white cloud above a distant ship or train tells us before anything is heard, that its whistle has sounded. Just how fast does sound travel through the air?

  The speed of sound in the air at ordinary temperature is about 1,100 feet per second, which is about one mile in five seconds or about 700 miles per hour. The speed of sound increases slightly with a rise in temperature and falls with a decrease in temperature. It is not affected by the pressure of the air.

  60. We never hear anything that happens on the sun ___________.

  A. because of the vacuum between the earth and the sun

  B. because we are only used to earth-made sound

  C. because of the distance between the earth and the sun

  D. because we are likely to enjoy our peace of mind

  61. According to the passage, how fast does sound travel through the air at ordinary temperature?

  A. About 700 meters per minute. B. About 1,100 miles per hour.

  C. About 66,000 feet per minute. D. About one kilometer in five seconds.

  62. How do temperature and pressure affect the speed of sound?

  A. The speed of sound increases with a rise in pressure.

  B. The speed of sound decreases with a rise in temperature.

  C. The speed of sound increases in lower temperature and greater pressure.

  D. The speed of sound decreases with a fall in temperature.

  63. The underlined sentence in the second paragraph means “________”.

  A. thus we can hear nothing but the sound made by the earth

  B. we can thus hear the sound from both the earth and space

  C. thus we can hardly hear any sound because of the limit of the earth

  D. thus we can only hear the sound made on the earth, not the sound coming from the outside

  C

  Laptop computers are popular all over the world. People use them on trains and airplanes in airports and hotels. These laptops connect people to their workplace. In the United States today, laptops also connect students to their classrooms.

  Westlake College in Virginia will start a laptop computer program that allows students to do schoolwork anywhere they want. Within five years, each of the 1.500 students at the college will receive a laptop. The laptops are part of a $10 million computer program at Westlake, a 110-year-old college. The students with laptops will also have access to the Internet .In addition, they will be able to use e-mail to “speak”with their teachers, their classmates, and their families. However, the most important part of the laptop program is that students will be able to use computers without going to computer labs. They can work with it at home, in a fast –food restaurant or under the trees—anywhere at all!

  Because of the many changes in computer technology, laptop use in higher education, such as colleges and universities, is workable. As laptops become more powerful, they become more similar to desktop computers .In addition, the portable computers can connect students to not only the Internet, but also libraries and other resources. State higher-education officials are studying how laptops can help students. State officials also are testing laptop programs at other universities, too.

  At Westlake College, more than 60 percent of the staff use computers .The laptops will allow all teachers to use computers in their lessons. As one Westlake teacher said ,“Here we are in the middle of Virginia and we’re giving students a window on the world. They can see everything and do everything.”

  64. The main purpose of the laptop program is to give each student a laptop to____.

  A. use for their schoolwork B. access the internet

  C. work at home D. connect them to libraries

  65. Why is the word“speak”in the second paragraph in quotation marks?

  A. They don’t really talk B. They use the computer language.

  C. laptops have speakers. D. None of the above reasons is correct.

  66.A window on the world in the last paragraph means that students can______.

  A. attend lectures on information technology

  B. travel around the world

  C. get information from around the world

  D. have free laptops

  67. What can we infer from the passage?

  A. The program is successful B. The program is not workable.

  C. The program is too expensive. D. We don’t know the result yet

  D

  Olaf Stapledon wrote a book called First and Last Men, in which he looked millions of years ahead. He told of different men and of strange civilizations, broken up by long 'dark ages' in between. In his view, what is called the present time is no more than a moment in human history and we are just the First Men . In 2,000 million years from now there will be the Eighteenth or Last Men.

  However, most of our ideas about the future are really very short-sighted. Perhaps we can see some possibilities for the next fifty years. But the next hundred? The next thousand? The next million? That's much more difficult.

  When men and women lived by hunting 50,000 years ago, how could they even begin to picture modern life? Yet to men of 50,000 years from now, we may seem as primitive in our ideas as the Stone-Age hunters do to us. Perhaps through the spundels and ballalators, these words, which I have just made up, have to stand for things and ideas that we simply can't think of.

  So why bother even to try imagining life far in the future? Here are two reasons. First unless we remember how short our own lives are compared with the whole human history, we are likely to think our own interests are much more important than they really are. If we make the earth a poor place to live, because we are careless or greedy or quarrelsome, our grand-children will not bother to think of excuses for us.

  Second, by trying to escape from present interests and imagine life far in the future, we may arrive at quite fresh ideas that we can use ourselves. For example, if we imagine that in the future men may give up farming, we can think of trying it now. So set you imagination free when you think about the future.

  68.A particular mention made of Stapledon's book in the opening paragraph ____________

  A.serves as a description of human history

  B.serves an introduction to the discussion

  C.shows a disagreement of views

  D.Shows the popularity of the book

  69.The text discusses men and women 50,000 years ago and 50,000 years from now in order to show that _________.

  A.human history is extremely long

  B.life has changed a great deal

  C.it is useless to plan for the next 50 years

  D.it is difficult to tell what will happen in the future

  70.Spundels and ballalators are used in the text to refer to _________.

  A.tools used in farming

  B.ideas about modern life

  C.unknown things in the future

  D.hunting skills in the Stone Age

  71.According to the writer of the text , imagining the future will _________.

  A.serve the interests of the present and future generations

  B.enable us to better understand human history

  C.help us to improve farming

  D.make life worth living

  E

  There is no doubt about it .The best way to learn new words is unconsciously I don't mean while you are unconscious. I mean while you are unconscious of the fact that it is sinking in.

  That is how I learnt the 30,000 words in my vocabulary by living in an English-speaking world, mother tongue. I just picked them up .But some of them may be misunderstood. Now, to misunderstand does not mean not to understand. To misunderstand is to understand-but incorrectly.

  The 5% mislearnt of all the words we "know" will be the least frequently used words, as the more frequently used words are less likely to be mislearnt. Some of these misunderstandings may live with all our lives, without ever knowing that we got them wrong.

  Many English teachers think that this natural method of leaning words in one's own mother tongue can be used for second language learning. They teach their students how to play The Guessing Game. "There's no time to look up in your dictionaries all the new words you come across," they will say. "You have to practice guessing what the word means from the context."

  This method of guessing in second language learning does not work. It may succeed in many cases, but results in hundreds or thousands of wrongly-guessed meanings of words.

  And what's more, there are more separate meanings than there are words themselves. Our leaners' dictionaries usually have many meanings or usages for each word. So dictionary use should be part of every language learning .A good dictionary is what makes self -learning possible.

  Don't guess! Look it up !

  72. It is certain that the best way to learn new words is ________.

  A. to learn them by oneself

  B. to learn by living in a English-speaking world and using them frequently

  C. to guess them from the context

  D. to get all separate meanings of each word

  73. The natural method of learning words is ________.

  A. like the way the writer learns English

  B. like the way everyone learns a second language

  C. to use the words you have got frequently

  D. to learn mostly by reading them

  74. Which of the following is most likely Untrue?

  A. Some of the words the writer knows must have been misunderstood.

  B. All the 30,000 words the writer learned are frequently used ones.

  C. How many words the writer got wrong are not known.

  D. Most of the words the writer knows were learned by reading them.

  75. The writer suggests we ________while we learn a foreign language.

  A. not depend on guessing the meanings of new words we come across

  B. not look up new words in the dictionary

  C. guess different meanings of each word

  D. look up each word we use

  F

  This is time of year when we think about giving and receiving presents. Can YOU find a little extra to give? On this page we suggest a few organizations you might like to help.

  Littleton Children’s Home

  We DON’T want your money, but children’s toys, books and clothes IN GOOD CONDITION would be very welcome.

  Also--- we are looking for friendly families who would take our children into their homes for a few hours or days as guests. You have so much ---will you share it?

  Phone Sister Thomas on 55671

  Children’s Hospice

  We look after a small number of very sick children. This important work needs skill and love. We cannot continue without gifts of money to pay for more nursing staff. We also need story books and toys suitable for quiet games.

  Please contact The Secretary, Littleton Children’s Hospice, Newby Road.

  Street Food

  In the winter weather, it’s no fun being homeless. It’s even worse if you’re hungry. We give hot food to at least fifty people every night. It’s hard work, but necessary. Can you come and help? If not, can you find a little money? We use a very old kitchen, and we urgently need some new saucepans. Money for new ones would be most welcome indeed.

  Contact Street Food , c/o Mary’s Home, Elming Way, Littleton Phone 27713

  Littleton Youth Club

  Have you got an unwanted chair?—a record player?—a plot of paint?

  Because we can use them!

  We want to get to work on our meeting room!

  Please phone 66231 and we’ll be happy to collect anything you can give us.

  Thank you!

  The night Shelter

  We offer a warm bed for the night to anyone who has nowhere to go,. We rent the former Commercial Hotel on Green Street. Although it is not expensive, we never seem to have quite enough money. Can you let us have a few pounds? Any mount, however small, will be such a help.

  Send it to us at 15, Green St., Littleton. Please make check payable to Night Shelter.

  76. Reading the passage, you might like to help these organizations which work for____.

  A. homeless and sick children

  B. less fortunate members of our society

  C. hungry people who have no beds to sleep in

  D. friendly members of our society to help others

  77. If you like children and you could offer a happy family to a homeless child, you may go__.

  A. Street Food B. Night shelter C. Children’s Home D. Children’s Hospice

  78. We can infer that___.

  A. there ate too many social problems in this country

  B. people ate very poor during the time for giving

  C. warm-hearted people like to giving away money

  D. this passage is taken from a local newspaper

  79. If you want to help but you have no extra to give, you may dial___ and offer your help

  A. 27713 B.55671 C.62735 D.66231

  80. If your child has grown up , you may take the child’s things to ____.

  A. Children’s Home and Children’s Hospices

  B. Youth Club and Children’s Home

  C. Children’s Hospices and Night shelter

  D. Youth Club and Night Shelter

  四.漫笔改错(每题1分,满分10分)

  此题请求改┞俘所给漫笔中的缺点。对标有题号的每行作出断定;如无缺点,在该行左边横线上画一个勾(b);如有缺点(每行只要一个缺点),则按以下情况改┞俘:

  该行多一个词:把多余的词用斜线(\ )划掉落,在该行左边横线上写出该词,并也用斜线划掉落。

  该行缺一个词:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(/\),在该行左边横线上写出该加的词。

  该行错一个词:在错的词下整洁横线,在该行左边横线上写出改┞俘后的词。

  留意:原行没有错的不要改。

  They day before the speech contest English teacher 81. _______

  talked to me . She said that she and my schoolmate all 82. _______

  wished me success , but it didn't matter that I would 83. _______

  win or not . When I was on the stage the next day , I felt so 84. _______

  nervous as I shook like a leaf . There were so many people 85. _______

  present! Suddenly, I caught a sight of my English teacher in 86. _______

  the crowd . She was smiling but nodding at me . I remembered 87. _______

  her words and calm down . I did a good job and won the first 88. _______

  prize . Now my picture and the prize is hanging in the library. 89. _______

  Whenever I see them I will often think of my English teacher. 90. _______

  五.书面表达(满分25分)

  下面是Linda给Lois的信,请你以Lois的口气按提示写一封回信。

  Dear Lois,

  How is everything with you? I hope things are going well.

  There is not much news here. I just go to work every morning and come home to my apartment every night. New York is full of people, but I don’t really know any of them. I don’t like the city, but my job is quite interesting, and the pay is quite good.

  What are your plans for the Christmas holiday? If you don’t have any plan, I hope you can visit New York. Come and share my apartment. It is quite large, and it is quite near the theatres, museums and stores.

  Write soon, and say you can spend the holidays here.

  Sincerely,

  Linda

  提示:回信应包罗以下内容

  1.月底才收到信,Lois猜想其缘由;

  2.Lois没有及时回信,解释其缘由;

  3.Linda爱好她的任务,但不爱好纽约,Lois谈看法;

  4.Lois建议Linda该怎样过;

  5.Lois拒绝Linda的约请,并解释其缘由;

  6.Lois也同时收回约请。

  (回信的开首与开头已给出)

  Dear Linda,

  How are you getting along? I hope things are going well with you too

  ____________________________________________________________________________

  ____________________________________________________________________________

  ____________________________________________________________________________

  ____________________________________________________________________________

  ____________________________________________________________________________

  ____________________________________________________________________________

  Please give my best regards to your parents .

  Yours .

  Lois