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简介:本文档为《模拟题doc》,可适用于高等教育领域,主题内容包含学士学位英语模拟试题模拟试题一PartIReadingComprehension()Directions:Therearethreepassages符等。

学士学位英语模拟试题模拟试题一PartIReadingComprehension()Directions:TherearethreepassagesinthispartEachpassageisfollowedbysomequestionsorunfinishedstatementsForeachofthemtherearefourchoicesmarkedA,B,CandDYoushoulddecideonthebestchoiceandmarkthecorrespondingletterontheAnswerSheetwithasinglelinethroughthecenterPassageQuestionstoarebasedonthefollowingpassageWhatexactlyisalieIsitanythingwesaywhichweknowisuntrueOrisitsomethingmorethanthatForexample,supposeafriendwantstoborrowsomemoneyfromyouYousay“IwishIcouldhelpyoubutI’mshortofmoneymyself”Infact,youarenotshortofmoneybutyourfriendisinthehabitofnotpayinghisdebtandyoudon’twanttohurthisfeelingsbyremindinghimofthisIsthisrallyalieProfessorJeraldJellisonoftheUniversityofSouthernCaliforniahasmadeascientificstudyoflying()Accordingtohim,womenarebetterliarsthanmen,particularlywhentellinga“whitelie”,suchaswhenawomanatapartytellsanotherwomanthatshelikesherdresswhenshereallythinksitlooksawfulHowever,thisisonlyonesideofthestoryOtherresearcherssaythatmenaremorelikelytotellmoreseriouslies,suchasmakingapromisewhichtheyhavenointensionoffulfillingThisisthekindofliepoliticiansandbusinessmenaresupposedtobeparticularlyskilledat:theliefromwhichtheliarhopestoprofitorgaininsomewayResearchhasalsobeendoneintothewaypeople’sbehaviorchangesinanumberofsmall,apparentlyunimportantwayswhentheylieIthasbeenfoundthatiftheyaresittingdownatthetime,theytendtomoveaboutintheirchairsmorethanusualTothetrainedobservertheyaresaying“IwishIweresomewhereelsenow”Theyalsotendtotouchcertainpartsofthefacemoreoften,inparticularthenoseOneexplanationofthismaybethatlyingcausesaslightincreaseinbloodpressureThetipofthenoseisverysensitivetosuchchangesandtheincreasedpressuresmakeititchAnothergesturewhichgivesliarsawayiswhatthewriterDesmondMorrisinhisbookManwatchingcalls“themouthcover”()Hesaysthereareseveraltypicalformsofthis,suchascoveringpartofthemouthwiththefingers,touchingtheupperliporputtingafingerofthehandatonesideofthemouthSuchagesturecanbeunderstoodasanunconsciousattemptonthepartoftheliartostophimselforherselffromlyingOfcourse,suchgesturesasrubbingthenoseorcoveringthemouth,ormovingaboutinachaircannotbetakenasproofthatthespeakerislyingTheysimplytendtooccurmorefrequentlyinthissituationItisnotonegesturealonethatgivestheliarawaybutawholenumberofthings,andinparticularthecontextinwhichthelieistoldAccordingtothepassage,a“whitelie”seemstobealieAthatotherpeoplebelieveBthatotherpeopledon’tbelieveCtoldinordertoavoidoffendingsomeoneDtoldinordertotakeadvantageofsomeoneResearchsuggeststhatwomenAarebetterattellinglessseriousliesthanmenareBgenerallyliefarmorethanmendoClieatpartiesmoreoftenthanmendoDoftenmakepromisestheyintendtobreakResearchersfindthatwhenapersontellsliesAhisbloodpressureincreasesmeasurablyBhelooksveryseriousChetendstomakesomesmallchangesinhisbehaviorDheuseshisunconsciousmindOnereasonpeoplesometimesrubtheirnoseswhentheylieisthatAtheywishtheyweresomewhereelseBthenoseissensitivetophysicalchangescausedbylyingCtheywanttocovertheirmouthsDtheyaretryingtostopthemselvesfromtellingliesThetoneofthispassagetellsusthatthewriterAhatestolieBenjoyslyingCoftentellsalieDtriestoanalyzelyingPassageQuestiontoarebasedonthefollowingpassage()LetchildrenlearntojudgetheirownworkAchildlearningtotalkdoesnotlearnbybeingcorrectedallthetime:ifcorrectedtoomuch,hewillstoptalkingHenoticesathousandtimesadaythedifferencebetweenthelanguageheusesandthelanguagethosearoundhimuseBitbybit,hemakesthenecessarychangestomakehislanguagelikeotherpeople’sInthesameway,childrenlearningtodoalltheotherthingstheylearntodowithoutbeingtaughttowalk,run,climb,whistle,rideabicyclecomparetheirownperformanceswiththoseofmoreskilledpeople,andslowlymaketheneededchangesButinschoolwenevergiveachildachancetofindouthismistakesandcorrectthemforhimselfWedoitallforhimWeactasifwethoughtthathewouldnevernoticeamistakeunlessitwaspointedouttohim,orcorrectitunlesshewasmadetoLethimworkout,withthehelpofotherchildrenifhewantsit,whathiswordsays,whattheansweristothatproblem,whetherthisisagoodwayofsayingordoingthisornotIfitisamatterofrightanswers,asitmaybeinmathematicsorscience,givehimtheanswerbookLethimcorrecthisownpapersWhyshouldweteacherswastetimeonsuchroutineworkOurjobshouldbetohelpthechildwhenhetellsthathecan’tfindthewaytogettherightanswerLetthechildrenlearnwhatalleducatedpersonsmustsomedaylearn,howtomeasuretheirownunderstanding,howtoknowwhattheyknowordonotknowAccordingtothepassage,whichofthefollowingisthebestwayforchildrentolearnthingsAListeningtoskilledpeople’sadviceBAskingolderpeoplemanyquestionsCMakingmistakesandhavingthemcorrectedDDoingwhatotherpeopledoThewriterthinkteachersshouldNOTAgivechildrencorrectanswersBallowchildrentomakemistakesCpointoutchildren’smistakestothemDletchildrenmarktheirownworkAccordingtothewriter,teachersinschoolshouldAallowchildrentolearnfromeachotherBpointoutchildren’smistakeswheneverfoundCcorrectchildren’smistakesassoonaspossibleDgivechildrenmorebookknowledgeAccordingtothepassage,learningtospeakandlearningtorideabicycleareAdifferentfromlearningotherskillsBthesameaslearningotherskillsCmoreimportantthanotherskillsDnotreallyimportantskillsThetitleofthispassagecouldprobablybeALetUsTeachersStopWorkBLetUsMakeChildrenLearnCLetChildrenCorrectTheirExercisesDLetChildrenLearnByThemselvesPassageQuestionstoarebasedonthefollowingpassage:()JohnhadboughtapacketofcigarettesjustbeforewecaughtthetrainandheofferedmeoneaswesettledourselvesinourcompartmentWewereonourwaybackfromacampingholidaywehadlivedroughforoverafortnightandevenacigarettewasaluxuryatthatmomentIfeltinmypocketforaboxofmatches,butcouldnotfindany“Ihaven’tgotanyeither,”saidJohnSittingoppositetouswasamanwhosefacewashiddenbyanewspaper“Excuseme,sir,”saidJohn,leaningacross“Couldyougivemealight,please”Thenewspaperwasloweredtorevealaratherelderlymanwithasternface“Thisisanosmokingcompartment,”themansaidHeindicatedthenoticenearthewindowWeapologizedandputawayourunlitcigarettes()Themanwenton,inarathermorekindlyway,towarnusagainstthedangersofsmoking“Ispeakasadoctor,”heconcluded,andafterthathewentbacktoreadinghisnewspaperWhenhegotoutafewstationslater,helefthisnewspaperbehindhimWepickeditup,eagertofindoutwhathadhappenedwhilewewereonholiday“Justlookatthis,”remarkedJohn,pointingtoaphotograph“it’sthemanwhowassittingoppositeus”Underneaththephotographwasanaccountofalunatic(精神病者)whohadrecentlyescapedItappearedthathelikedtopretendtobeadoctorThefriendshadspenttheirholidayAonaboatBinatentConafarmDwithanauntTheirholidayhadlastedAmorethantwoweeksBjusttwoweeksClessthantwoweeksDaweekortwoThemanAthrewhisnewspaperawayBofferedthemhisnewspaperCdroppedhisnewspaperDdidnottakehisnewspaperwithhimThetwofriendsreadthenewspaperAinahurryBwithgreatinterestCtopassthetimeDtolookatthepicturesTheman’sphotographwasinthenewspaperbecausehewasAadoctorBaspacemanCamadmanDanactorPartⅡVocabularyandStructure()Directions:Inthispart,thereareincompletesentencesForeachsentencetherearefourchoicesmarkedA,B,CandDChoosetheONEanswerthatbestcompletesthesentenceThenmarkthecorrespondingletterontheAnswerSheetwithasinglelinethroughthecentrethefactthattheareahadbeenhitbytheseverestdroughtintwentyyears,afairlygoodharvestwasgatheredinAInspiteBDespiteCInspitethatDDespiteofIobjectedthemeetingwithouthimAtohaveBtohavingChavingDhaveTherewasnosensehimtocomeearlysinceeverythingwasreadyAtoaskBtohaveaskedCinaskingDbeingaskingherinexperience,shehasdonequiteagoodjobAProvidedBGivenCSeenDSupposeThemoviestarwithyoursister,didn’theAwasusedtodanceBusedtodancingCusedtodanceDwasusedtodancingEverymeanssincethenAhasbeentryingBhavebeentryingChavebeentriedDhasbeentried“I’dliketobuyanexpensivecamera”“Well,wehaveseveralmodelsforyou”AtobechosenfromBofchoiceCtochoosefromDforchoosingThepictureremindsmethetimewespenttogetherinNewYorkAofBinCforDtoIoweyousomemoneyLetmepayyounowAbackBforCinDtoAloneinadesertedhouse,hewassobusywithhisresearchworkthathefeltlonelyAnothingbutBanythingbutCallbutDeverythingbut,thenewelectronicdevicetheydesignedisnowinregularoperationAWiththesolvedproblemBWiththisproblembeingsolvedCWiththeproblemsolvedDWiththisproblemtosolveWearelookingforwardtotothelecturebythefamousprofessorAsendBbesentCbeingsentDsendingIsuddenlyrealizedthathewastryingtoquarrellingwithmeAconsiderBenjoyCavoidDpreventItwasnotaseriousaccidentourcarneedsonlysomerepairsAmajorBsecondaryCminorDprimaryWe’vesugarAskMrsJonestolendussomeArunawaywithBrundownCrunoffDrunoutofItisnecessarythatanefficientworkerhisworkontimeAaccomplishesBcanaccomplishCaccomplishDhasaccomplishedMotherinsistedthatAtheyaretobebackbeforenineintheeveningBtheyoughttobebackbeforenineintheeveningCtheybebackbeforenineintheeveningDtheyhadtobebackbeforenineintheeveningcanbejudgedfromhereyes,shehasnopersonalhostilitytousAItBAsCWhichDThatThepoliticianurgedthatallcitizenstothepollsonelectiondayAhadgoneBwentCmustgoDgoNoonedoubtsheisthebestleaderinthecompanyAwhetherBifCwhatDthatFranklyspeaking,I’dratheryouanythingaboutitforthetimebeingAdidn’tdoBhaven’tCdidn’tDhavedoneHenrylookedverymuchwhenhewascaughtcheatinginthebiologyexamAdiscouragedBembarrassedCdisappointedDbewilderedTheAntiJapaneseWarinanditeightyearsAwasbrokenoutlastedBbrokeoutlastedCbrokeremainedDhadbeenbrokenoutkeptHardlyhadhefinishedhisspeechtheaudiencestartedcheeringAthenBwhenCthanDasThechildwasimmediatelyaftersupperAsotiredthathewenttobedBenoughtiredtogotobeCtootiredtogotobedDverytired,hewenttobedIdidnotchooseanyofthethreeways,becauseIfoundsatisfactoryAneitherofthemBeitherofthemCnoneofthemDnoneofitHowweachancetovisityourgreatcountry!AlookedforBlongedforCwaitedforDwentforDon’ttoletmeknowifthereisanythingIcandoforyouArejectBpreventChesitateDrefuseChildrenshouldn’tleavetheirtoysonthefloorTheyshouldAputoutthemBputoffthemCputthemawayDputthemoffThetravelerbroughtbacksomeoftherocksfromthemountainsAsamplesBspecimensCselectionsDexamplesPartIIIIdentification()Directions:EachofthefollowingsentenceshasfourunderlinedpartsmarkedA,B,CandDIdentifytheonethatisnotcorrectThenmarkthecorrespondingletterontheAnswerSheetwithasinglelinethroughthecenterIfyoutakeatenorfifteenminutesvacationintotherealmofimaginationeachABCday,youmayaddmuchtotheexcitementandenjoymentofyourlifeDSusan,togetherwithherhusbandandtwosons,aretoarriveontheeveningflightABCDOnlyinthiswaywecanwinthematchABCDScientistsandeconomistsbelievethathumanbeingcanneveruseawayalltheABCmineralresourcesonEarthDWhenIgottothecinema,thefilmhadalreadystartedIoughttogetthereearlierABCDEinstein’srelativitytheoryistheonlyonewhatcanexplainsuchphenomenaABCDIcan’thelptothinkitwouldbefuntoplaysuchanexcitinggamewiththemABCDRidingontheswings(秋千)andplayingwiththeducksinthepondwasourABchildren’sgreatestpleasurewhenwetookthemtotheparkCDPaulsuggestedthattheymeetinthefrontoftheschoolgateatoneo’clockFridayABCDafternoonSmithsoldmostofhisbelongingsHehashardlynothingleftinthehouseABCDPartⅣCloze()Directions:Thereareblanksinthefollowingpassage,andforeachblanktherearechoicesmarkedA,B,CandDattheendofthepassageYoushouldchooseONEanswerthatbestfitintothepassageThenmarkthecorrespondingletterontheAnswerSheetwithasinglelinethroughthecenterDoyouforgettoturnoffthelightsandheaterswhenyougooutofaroomInitwillnotTheywillturnthemselvesoffandonagainwhenyoureturnAsensorwillthepresenceofahumanandturnthesystemson,andwhenthehumansitwillturnthemoffagainThesensorswillworkthecentralhomecomputer,andtheywilldomuchmorethanjustturnthefiresandlightsonandoffforyouTheywilldetectelectricalappliances,plugsorswitches,themsothattheycannotharmanyoneandthenyouthattheyneedTheywilldetectfireandifyouareoutofthehouse,thecomputerwillcallthefirebrigadeItwillalsocallthepolicethesensorsdetectanintruder(闯入者)ThiswillnotbetoodifficultthelocksonthedoorswillbeelectronicYouwillopenthemusingyourcardtheoneyouuseformaybeusinganumberonlytoyouThecomputerwillbethanafiremanpolicemanservantItwillbeanentertainer,andmostofyourwillcomeintoyourhomeItdoesnow,by”entertainment”willmuchmoreForonething,youwillbeabletotakeactively,ratherthanjustwatching…AmatterBfunctionCworkDmindAevaluateBuncoverCdetectDexposeAretireBleaveCwithdrawDretreatAduringBinCthroughDbetweenAdispleasingBunpleasantCfaultyDmistakenAdepartBisolateCdivideDbreakAwarnBtellCpersuadeDassureAmendingBreferenceCseparationDrepairAwillBshouldCshallDcanAunlessBifCwhenDbecauseAinsideBoutsideCoutstandingDobviousApersonalBpersonnelCparticularDgeneralAhiringBbuyingCrenewingDshoppingArealizedBadaptedCknownDinformedAmoreBmuchCmanyDfewerAachievementsBannouncementsCimprovementDentertainmentAonlyBrightCcorrectlyDfastAbutBorCotherDthenAintendBunderstandCmeanDprogramApartBplaceCstepDactionPartⅤTranslation()SectionADirections:Inthispart,therearefivesentenceswhichyoushouldtranslateintoChineseThesesentencesarealltakenfromthepassagesyouhavejustreadinthepartofReadingComprehensionYoucanreferbacktothepassagessoastoidentifytheirmeaningsinthecontextAccordingtohim,womenarebetterliarsthanmenHesaysthereareseveraltypicalformsofthis,suchascoveringpartofthemouthwiththefingers,touchingtheupperliporputtingafingerofthehandatonesideofthemouthLetchildrenlearntojudgetheirownworkJohnhadboughtapacketofcigarettesjustbeforewecaughtthetrainandheofferedmeoneaswesettledourselvesinourcompartment(passage)Themanweaton,inarathermorekindlyway,towarnusagainstthedangersofsmoking(passage)SectionBDirections:Inthispart,therearefivesentencesinChineseYoushouldtranslatethemintoEnglishBesuretowriteclearly大学生参加社会实践是很重要的。只要我们开动脑筋一定会想出新点子。这个房间恰好同那个房间一样大。这就是第一次世界大战爆发的地方。我过去对发音注意得更多一些就好了。模拟试题一答案详解Passage一文章总体结构分析全篇围绕“谎言”这一主题展开叙述:第一段通过举例及疑问的方式探讨究竟什么才算是谎言第二段介绍了南加州大学的JeraldJellison教授做过一个关于说谎的科学研究的结论即男人和女人说谎是不同的而男人更可能说更严重的谎言第三段则介绍了说谎时行为上的一些细微的改变第四段主要讲述了说谎时“封嘴”这一具体行为最后又补充说明以上举止并不能构成讲话者正在说谎的证据而是一系列的东西特别是说谎者所说的谎言本身。二试题具体分析【答案】C本题考查的是考生对细节的把握答案对应于文章第一、二段。第一段中“youdon’twanttohurthisfeelingsbyremindinghimofthis”第二段又用举例的方法解释了whitelie的含义。这个例子就是“suchaswhenawomanatapartytellsanotherwomanthatshelikesherdresswhenshereallythinkitlooksa

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