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公务员考试英语卷.doc

公务员考试英语卷.doc

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简介:本文档为《公务员考试英语卷doc》,可适用于考试题库领域,主题内容包含公务员考试英语专业试卷公务员考试英语专业试卷(注意:总分分考试时间小时)  PartⅠDirections:Thereareincompletese符等。

公务员考试英语专业试卷公务员考试英语专业试卷(注意:总分分考试时间小时)  PartⅠDirections:ThereareincompletesentencesinthispartForeachsentencetherearefourchoicesmarkedA,B,CandDChoosethesentence(每小题分共分)  .ascientistisbeingdeliberatelyinformal,hewilltendtospeaklikeabookwhenheisexplainingscience  AAlthoughBWhileCEvenifDUnless  Itwasunwiseofhimtotheunreliabledatainhisspeech  ArefertoBaddtoCkeeptoDpointto  Jeandidnothavetimetogototheconcertlastnightbecauseshewasbusy  forherexamination  AtoprepareBtobepreparedCpreparingDbeingprepared  HisletterwassoconfusingthatIcouldhardlymakeanyofitwhatsoever  AmeaningBmessageCsenseDexplanation  IamsorrytoinformyouthatIhavenochoicetorefuseyourapplication  AandBthanCbutDrather  Theydidnotfindtopreparefortheworstconditionstheymightmeet  AworththeywhileBitworthwhileCitworthDitworthy  Sheisaverysecretarysheneverforgetsanythingormakesamistake  AanxiousBeffectiveCadequateDefficient  Iftapwaterwereasdangerousassomepeoplethink,wouldbegettingsick  AalotofmoreusBmorealotofusCalotofusmoreDalotmoreofus  Itwasnotuntilhehadcomenearhishomesuddenlyrememberedwhathiswifetoldhimtodointhemorning  AdidheBhadheCthatheDwhenhe  Hismotherusuallyhasanappleforattheendofadinnerbecauseshefirmlybelievesthat“Anappleadaykeepsthedoctoraway”  AfromBdesertCdeserteDdesertion  Wegaveoutacheerwhentheredroofofthecottagecameview  AfromBinCbeforeDinto  Asubjectistheeffectofacidrainonhumanhealth  Awhichcontinuestobeintensedebate  Bwhatcontinuestobeintensedebate  Conwhichitcontinuestobeintensedebate  Donwhichtherecontinuestobeintensedebate  Hehardlyseemsmiddleaged,old  AmuchthelessBratherthanCotherthanDletalone  ThedoctortoldPennythattoomuchtothesunisbadfortheskin  AexposureBextensionCexhibitionDexpansion  Turnonthetelevisionoropenamagazineandyouadvertisementsshowinghappy,balancedfamilies  AareoftenseeingBoftenseeCwilloftenseeDhaveoftenseen  Ifeltsomewhatdisappointedandwasabouttoleave,somethingoccurredwhichattractedmyattention  AunlessBhasbeenCwhenDwhile  EversincePicasso’spaintingwentonexhibit,therelargecrowdsatthemuseumeveryday  AisBhasbeenChavebeenDarebeing  mightbeexpected,theresponsetothequestionwasverymixed  AAsBThatCItDWhat  Prospectivestudentsmustshowthattheyhavesufficientmoneytocovertheircoursefeeand  AsupportBsustenanceCsupplyDmaintenance  Asolidershouldobeytheorderheisgiven  ArapidlyBpromptlyCdirectlyDpresently  Ifyourubcertainthingstogether,theirsurfacesbecomestaticelectricity  AcaughtupwithBchargedwithCkeptupwithDputupwith  Theadvancedworkerwastheperson  Ainwhosehonortheprizewasgiven  Bwhomtheprizewasgivenforhim  Cforhimtheprizewasgiven  Dwhosehonortheprizewasgiven  Helockedupallthisdocumentslesttheystolen  AwereBareCwouldbeDbe  Toridthecity,theenvironmentalregulationsmustbestrictlyfollowed  AtopollutionBwithpollutionCofpollutionDdownpollution  Hisanswercouldonlytoaflatrefusal  AsubmitBaccountCequalizeDamount  Theytookmeasurestopoisonousgasesfromescaping  AfruitfulBbeneficialCvalidDeffective  Americansareeatingvegetablesperpersontodayastheydidin  AastwiceBmorethantwiceCtwicemoreDmorethantwiceasmany  Thecheaterhimselfwhenhewasaskedtoestablishhisidentity  Agave,awayBgave,inCgave,upDgave,off  Plasticheartvalvesandotherhuman“spareparts”havemanyrecentdevelopmentsinsurgery  AbeenpossibleBbecomepossibleCbeenmadepossibleDmadepossible  Whathappenedinthatclassprobablyreflectswhatishappeninginsociety  AatlargeBatrandomCatfirstDatlength  Today,majornewproductswithoutconductingelaboratemarketresearch  Acorporationshardlyintroduceever  Bcorporationshardlyeverintroduce  Chardlycorporationsintroduceever  Dhardlycorporationseverintroduce  Theclothesweredividedaccordingtotheageandsizeofthechildren  AequallyBproportionatelyCsufficientlyDadequately  Theyarelongingforasocietyinwhicheverysinglepersonisforhimself  ArespectiveBrespectableCrespectedDrespectful  NewYorksecondintheproductionofapples,producing,,poundsthisyear  ArankedBoccupiedCarrangedDclassified  Allhumanbeingshaveacomfortablezoneregulatingthetheystandfromsomeonewhentheytalk  AlengthBrangeCboundaryDdistance  It’sreportedthatbytheendofthismonththeoutputofcementinthefactory  byabout  AwillhaverisenBhasrisenCwillberisingDhasbeenrising  Ihavehadgreatdealoftroubletherestoftheclass  AcomingupagainstBmakingupforCkeepingupwithDlivingupto  SirDenis,whois,hasmadeitknownthatmuchofhiscollectiontothenation  AhasleftBistoleaveCleavesDistobeleft  Themanagerofthehotelrequeststhattheirguestsafter:pm  AnottoplayloudmusicBshouldn’tplayloudmusic  Cdon’tplayloudmusicDcouldn’tplayloudmusic  Aseriesofeventswhatheestimatedright  AhaveprovedareBhasprovedisChaveprovedisDhasprovedare  Thenewcomersfounditimpossibletothemselvestotheclimatesufficientlytomakepermanenthomesinthenewcountry  AsuitBadaptCregulateDcoordinate  TenyearshadelapsedIfoundshehad  AalittlewhitehairBsomewhitehairCmuchwhitehairDafewwhitehair  Someusefulideasweresuggestedwhilethesocialcommitteewastheclub’sprogramforthecomingseason  AdiscussingaboutBarguingaboutCquarrelingaboutDdisputingabout  Johnisamanofpromiseheneverfailstolivehisprinciples  AupwithBupforCupagainstDupto  ItwasarrangedthatTomthemeeting  AgoesBwentChadgoneDgo  Itbegantosnowtotherailwaystation  AwhiletheyweregoingBgoingCwhilegoingDtogo  Theworkersmarchedthroughthestreetswithflagstoagainsttherisingcostofliving  AdesignBdemonstrateCdeserveDdespair  MrSmithadvisedustowithdraw  AsothattogetintoinvolvedBsoastogetnotinvolved  CsoasnottogetinvolvedDsothatnottogetinvolved  Theexperiment,mightbeexpected,wasquitesuccessful  AasBwhatCwhichDthat  TheFrenchpianistwhohadbeenpraisedveryhighlytobeagreatdisappointment  AturnedupBturnedinCturnedoutDturneddown  PartⅡCLOZE(每空格分共分)  CustomsofficersatLondonairportyesterdayfound,poundsworthofdrugswhichwerebeingsmuggledintoBritaininboxesmarked“UrgentMedicalSupplies”ThemighthavesuspectedforsometimedrugswerebeingbroughtintothecountryinthiswayTheisbelievedtobetheworkofainternationalgroupFourmenwerearrestedatairportandheldforquestioning,itisunlikelythattheyaretheorganizersIntheydeclaredthattheywereofwhattheboxescontainedandactedingoodfaithinbringingintoBritainThisisthethirdtimesixmonthsthatattemptshavebeenmadetosmugglegoodsthroughCustomsbydeclaringthemtomedicalsuppliersTheyarefrequentlyinspecialcontainersandaisgiventhattheymaybeiftheyarenothandledwithcare“aredeterminedtoputatothispractice,”saidoneoftheCustomsofficerstoday“isnowaythesepeoplearegoingtogetawaythisanylongerWehavethefullcooperationoftheinternationalpolicewhoareasanxiousaswearetotrackdownthemainsourceofsupply”  AauthoritiesBcommandersCleadersDdirectors  AwhatBthatCalthoughDwhen  AoperationBbehaviorCmovementDdevelopment  AwellconstructedBwelldesignedCwellcomposedDwellorganized  AanBsomeCtheDone  AbutBsoCbecauseDas  AturnBreturnCcaseDfact  AunconsciousBunawareCunfamiliarDunknown  AwereBhadChaveDbeing  AallBitCthemDsuch  AofBforCbyDin  AimmoralBcriminalCillegalDirregular  AgetBbeCbecomeDsell  AparkedBpickedCpassedDpacked  AwarningBnoteCsymbolDsignature  AharmedBinjuredCdamagedDhurt  ASomeBWeCTheyDThose  AstopBholdCstayDstep  AItBThisCThereDThat  AofBinCforDwith  PartⅢReadingComprehension(每小提分。共分)  Passage:  Britainalmostmorethananyothercountryintheworldmustseriouslyfacetheproblemofbuildingupwards,thatistosay,ofaccommodatingaconsiderableproportionofitspopulationinhighblocksofflatsItissaidthattheEnglishmanobjectstothistypeofexistence,butifthecaseissuch,hedoesinfactdifferfromtheinhabitantsofmostcountriesoftheworldtodayInthepastourownblocksofflatshavebeenassociatedwiththelowerincomegroupsandtheyhavelackedtheobviousprovisions,suchascentralheatingconstanthotwatersupply,electricallyoperatedliftsfromtoptobottom,andsoon,aswellassuchdetails,importantnotwithstanding,aseasyfacilitiesfordisposalofdustandrubbishadstorageplacesforbabycarriagesinthegroundfloor,playgroundsforchildrenonthetopofthebuildings,anddryinggroundsforwashingItislikelythatthedisputeregardingflatsversusindividualhouseswillcontinuetorageonforalongtimeasfarasBritainisconcernedAnditisunfortunatethatthereshouldbehotfeelingsonbothsideswheneverthissubjectisraisedThosewhoopposethebuildingofflatsbasetheircaseprimarilyontheassumptionthateveryoneprefersanindividualhomeandgardenandonthehighcostperunitofaccommodationThelatterignoresthehighercostofprovidingfullservicestoascatteredcommunityandthecostinbothmoneyandtimeofthejourneystoworkforthesuburbanresident  Wecaninferfromthepassagethat  AEnglishpeople,likemostpeopleinothercountries,dislikelivinginflats  Bpeopleinmostcountriesoftheworldtodayarenotopposedtolivinginflats  CpeopleinBritainareforcedtomoveintohighblocksofflats  Dmodernflatsstillfailtoprovidethenecessaryfacilitiesforliving  WhatissaidaboutblocksofflatsbuiltinthepastinBritain  ATheyweremostlyinhabitedbypeoplewhodidnotearnmuch  BTheywereusuallynotlargeenoughtoaccommodatebigfamilies  CTheyweresoldtopeoplebeforenecessaryfacilitieswereinstalled  DTheyprovidedplaygroundsforchildrenonthetopofthebuildings  Theword“rage”(Line)means  Abeignored  Bdevelopwithgreatforce  Cencouragepeoplegreatly  Dbeinfashion  Somepeopleopposethebuildingofflatsbecause  Athelivingexpensesforeachindividualfamilyarehigher  Bitinvolveshighercostcomparedwiththebuildingofhouses  Ctheybelievepeopleliketoliveinhouseswithgardens  Dthedisposalofrubbishremainsaproblemforthoselivinginflats  Theauthormentionsthatpeoplewholiveinsuburbanhouses  Adonothaveaccesstoeasyfacilitiesbecausetheyliveawayfromthecity  Bhavetopayalotofmoneytoemploytodoservicework  Ctakelongertimetoknoweachotherbecausetheyareascatteredcommunity  Dhavetospendmoremoneyandtimetravelingtoworkeveryday  Questionstoarebasedonthefollowingpassage:  ThefridgeisconsideredanecessityIthasbeensosincetheswhenpackagedfoodfirstappearedwiththelabel:“storeintherefrigerator”  Inmyfridgelessfiftieschildhood,IwasfedwellandhealthilyThemilkmancamedaily,thegrocer,thebutcher,thebaker,andtheicecreammandeliveredtwoorthreetimesaweekTheSundaymeatwouldlastuntilWednesdayandsurplusbreadandmilebecameallkindsofcakesNothingwaswasted,andwewerenevertroubledbyrottenfoodThirtyyearsonfooddeliverieshaveceased,freshvegetablesarealmostunobtainableinthecountry  TheinventionofthefridgecontributedcomparativelylittletotheartoffoodpreservationAvastwayofwelltriedtechniquesalreadyexistednaturalcooling,drying,smokingsalting,sugaring,bottling…  Whatrefrigerationdidpromotewasmarketingmarketinghardwareandelectricity,makingsoftdrinks,marketingdeadbodiesofanimalsaroundtheglobeinsearchofagoodprice  Consequently,mostoftheworld’sfridgearetobefound,notinthetropicswheretheymightproveuseful,butinthewealthycountrieswithmildtemperatureswheretheyareclimaticallyalmostunnecessaryEverywinter,millionsoffridgeshumawaycontinuously,andatvastexpense,busilymaintaininganartificiallycooledspaceinsideanartificiallyheatedhousewhileoutside,natureprovidesthedesiredtemperaturefreeofcharge  Thefridge’seffectupontheenvironmenthasbeenevident,whileitscontributiontohumanhappinesshasbeeninsignificantIfyoudon’tbelieveme,tryityourself,investinafoodcabinetandturnoffyourfridgenextwinterYoumaymissthehamburgers,butatleastyou’llgetridofthatterriblehum  Thestatement“Inmyfridgelessfiftieschildhood,Iwasfedwellandhealthily”(Line,Para)  Atheauthorwaswellfedandhealthyevenwithoutafridgeinhisfifties  Btheauthorwasnotaccustomedtousefridgeeveninhisfifties  Ctherewasnofridgeintheauthor’sHomeinthes  Dthefridgewasinitsearlystageofdevelopmentinthes  whydoestheauthorwaythatnothingwaswastedbeforetheinventionoffridges  APeoplewouldnotbuymorefoodthanwasnecessary  BFoodwasdeliveredtopeopletwoorthreetimesaweek  CFoodwassoldfreshanddidnotgetrotteneasily  DPeoplehadeffectivewaystopreservetheirfood  Whobenefitedtheleastfromfridgesaccordingtotheauthor  AInventors  BConsumers  CManufacturers  DTravelingsalesmen  Whichofthefollowingphrasesinthefifthparagraphindicatesthefridge’snegativeeffectontheenvironment  A”Humawaycontinuously”  B”Climaticallyalmostunnecessary”  C”Artificiallycooledspace”  D”Withmildtemperatures”  Whatistheauthor’soverallattitudetowardfridges  ANeutral  BCritical  CObjective  DCompromising  Questiontoarebasedonthefollowingpassage:  Ifyouwanttostayyoung,sitdownandhaveagoodthinkThisistheresearchfindingofateamofJapanesedoctors,whosaythatmostofourbrainsarenotgettingenoughexerciseandasaresult,weareageingunnecessarilysoon  ProfessorTaijuMatsuzawawantedtofindoutwhyotherwisehealthyfarmersinnorthernJapanappearedtobelosingtheirabilitytothinkandreasonatarelativelyearlyage,andhowtheprocessofageingcouldsloweddown  WithateamofcolleaguesatTokyoNationalUniversity,hesetaboutmeasuringbrainvolumesofathousandpeopleofdifferentagesandvaryingoccupations  Computertechnologyenabledtheresearcherstoobtainprecisemeasurementsofthevolumeofthefrontandsidesectionsofthebrain,whichrelatetointellectandemotion,anddeterminethehumancharacter(Therearsectionofthebrain,whichcontrolsfunctionslikeeatingandbreathing,doesnotcontractwithage,andonecancontinuelivingwithoutintellectualonemotionalfacultiesorfunctions)  Contractionoffrontandsidepartsascellsdieoff–wasobservedinsomesubjectsintheirthirties,butitwasstillnotevidentinsomesixty–andseventyyearolds  Matsuzaswaconcludedfromhisteststhatthereisasimpleremedytothecontractionnormallyassociatedwithage–usingthehead  ThefindingsshowingeneraltermsthatcontractionofthebrainbeginssoonerinpeopleinthecountrythaninthetownsThoseleastatrisk,saysMatsuzawa,arelawyers,followedbyuniversityprofessorsanddoctorsWhitecollarworkersdoingroutineworkingovernmentofficesare,however,aslikelytohaveshrinkingbrainsasthefarmworker,busdriverandshopassistant  Matsozawa’sfindingsshowthatthinkingcanpreventthebrainfromshrinkingBloodmustcirculateproperlyintheheadtosupplythefreshoxygenthebraincellsneed”Thebestwaytomaintaingoodbloodcirculationisthroughusingthebrain,“hesays“ThinkhardandengageinconversationDon’trelyonpocketcalculators”  Theteamofdoctorswantedtofindout:  Awhycertainpeoplearesoonerthanothers  Bhowtomakepeoplelivelonger  Cthesizeofcertainpeople’sbrains  Dwhichpeoplearemostintelligent  Onwhatatetheirresearchfindingsbased  AAsurveyoffarmersinnorthernJapan  BTestsperformedonathousandoldpeople  CStudyofbrainvolumesofdifferentpeople  DThelatestdevelopmentofcomputertechnology  Thedoctor’stestsshowthat:  Aourbrainsshrinkaswegrowolder  Bthefrontsectionofthebraindoesnotshrink  Csixtyyearoldshavebetterbrainsthanthirtyyearolds  Dsomepeople’sbrainshavecontractedmorethanotherpeople’s  Theword“subjects“inparagraphmeans:  Asomethingtobeconsidered  Bbranchesofknowledgestudied  Cpersonschosentobestudiedinanexperiment  Danymemberofastateexceptthesupremeruler  Accordingtothepassage,whichpeopleseemtoageslowerthantheothers  ALawyers  BFarmers  CClerks  DShopassistants  Questiontoarebasedonthefollowingpassage:  WhenwethinkofcreativepeoplethenamesthatprobablyspringtomindarethoseofmensuchasLeonardodaVinci,AlbertEinstein,andPabloPicasso,ie,greatartists,inventorsandscientists–aselectandexceptionallygiftedbodyofmenwithraretalentandgeniusThetendencytoregardcreativityandimaginativethinkingastheexclusiveprovinceofaluckyfewdisregardsthecreativeandimaginativeaspectsinherentinthesolutionofmanyofthetasksweregularlyhavetofacethediscoveryanddevelopmentofnewmethodsandtechniques,theimprovementofoldmethods,existinginventionsandproducts  EveryonehascreativeabilitytosomeextentCreativethinkinginvolvesposingoneselfaproblemandthenoriginatingorinventingasolutionalongnewandunconventionallinesItinvolvesdrawingnewanalogies,discoveringnewcombinations,andornewapplicationofthingsthatacreativepersonwillexhibitgreatintellectualcuriosityandimaginationHewillbealertandobservantwithagreatstoreofinformationwhichhewillbeabletosortoutandcombine,inthesolutionofproblemsHewillbeemotionallyreceptivetonewandunconventionalideasandwillbelessi

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