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简介:成人学位英语考试真题

学士学位英语模拟试题模拟试题一PartIReadingComprehension(30%)Directions:Therearethreepassagesinthispart.Eachpassageisfollowedbysomequestionsorunfinishedstatements.ForeachofthemtherearefourchoicesmarkedA,B,CandD.YoushoulddecideonthebestchoiceandmarkthecorrespondingletterontheAnswerSheetwithasinglelinethroughthecenter.Passage1Questions1to5arebasedonthefollowingpassage.Whatexactlyisalie?Isitanythingwesaywhichweknowisuntrue?Orisitsomethingmorethanthat?Forexample,supposeafriendwantstoborrowsomemoneyfromyou.Yousay“IwishIcouldhelpyoubutI’mshortofmoneymyself.”Infact,youarenotshortofmoneybutyourfriendisinthehabitofnotpayinghisdebtandyoudon’twanttohurthisfeelingsbyremindinghimofthis.Isthisrallyalie?ProfessorJeraldJellisonoftheUniversityofSouthernCaliforniahasmadeascientificstudyoflying.(76)Accordingtohim,womenarebetterliarsthanmen,particularlywhentellinga“whitelie”,suchaswhenawomanatapartytellsanotherwomanthatshelikesherdresswhenshereallythinksitlooksawful.However,thisisonlyonesideofthestory.Otherresearcherssaythatmenaremorelikelytotellmoreseriouslies,suchasmakingapromisewhichtheyhavenointensionoffulfilling.Thisisthekindofliepoliticiansandbusinessmenaresupposedtobeparticularlyskilledat:theliefromwhichtheliarhopestoprofitorgaininsomeway.Researchhasalsobeendoneintothewaypeople’sbehaviorchangesinanumberofsmall,apparentlyunimportantwayswhentheylie.Ithasbeenfoundthatiftheyaresittingdownatthetime,theytendtomoveaboutintheirchairsmorethanusual.Tothetrainedobservertheyaresaying“IwishIweresomewhereelsenow.”Theyalsotendtotouchcertainpartsofthefacemoreoften,inparticularthenose.Oneexplanationofthismaybethatlyingcausesaslightincreaseinbloodpressure.Thetipofthenoseisverysensitivetosuchchangesandtheincreasedpressuresmakeititch.AnothergesturewhichgivesliarsawayiswhatthewriterDesmondMorrisinhisbookManwatchingcalls“themouthcover”.(77)Hesaysthereareseveraltypicalformsofthis,suchascoveringpartofthemouthwiththefingers,touchingtheupper-liporputtingafingerofthehandatonesideofthemouth.Suchagesturecanbeunderstoodasanunconsciousattemptonthepartoftheliartostophimselforherselffromlying.Ofcourse,suchgesturesasrubbingthenoseorcoveringthemouth,ormovingaboutinachaircannotbetakenasproofthatthespeakerislying.Theysimplytendtooccurmorefrequentlyinthissituation.Itisnotonegesturealonethatgivestheliarawaybutawholenumberofthings,andinparticularthecontextinwhichthelieistold.1.Accordingtothepassage,a“whitelie”seemstobealieA.thatotherpeoplebelieveB.thatotherpeopledon’tbelieveC.toldinordertoavoidoffendingsomeoneD.toldinordertotakeadvantageofsomeone2.ResearchsuggeststhatwomenA.arebetterattellinglessseriousliesthanmenareB.generallyliefarmorethanmendoC.lieatpartiesmoreoftenthanmendoD.oftenmakepromisestheyintendtobreak3.ResearchersfindthatwhenapersontellsliesA.hisbloodpressureincreasesmeasurablyB.helooksveryseriousC.hetendstomakesomesmallchangesinhisbehaviorD.heuseshisunconsciousmind4.OnereasonpeoplesometimesrubtheirnoseswhentheylieisthatA.theywishtheyweresomewhereelseB.thenoseissensitivetophysicalchangescausedbylyingC.theywanttocovertheirmouthsD.theyaretryingtostopthemselvesfromtellinglies5.ThetoneofthispassagetellsusthatthewriterA.hatestolieB.enjoyslyingC.oftentellsalieD.triestoanalyzelyingPassage2Question6to10arebasedonthefollowingpassage.(78)Letchildrenlearntojudgetheirownwork.Achildlearningtotalkdoesnotlearnbybeingcorrectedallthetime:ifcorrectedtoomuch,hewillstoptalking.Henoticesathousandtimesadaythedifferencebetweenthelanguageheusesandthelanguagethosearoundhimuse.Bitbybit,hemakesthenecessarychangestomakehislanguagelikeotherpeople’s.Inthesameway,childrenlearningtodoalltheotherthingstheylearntodowithoutbeingtaught—towalk,run,climb,whistle,rideabicycle—comparetheirownperformanceswiththoseofmoreskilledpeople,andslowlymaketheneededchanges.Butinschoolwenevergiveachildachancetofindouthismistakesandcorrectthemforhimself.Wedoitallforhim.Weactasifwethoughtthathewouldnevernoticeamistakeunlessitwaspointedouttohim,orcorrectitunlesshewasmadeto.Lethimworkout,withthehelpofotherchildrenifhewantsit,whathiswordsays,whattheansweristothatproblem,whetherthisisagoodwayofsayingordoingthisornot.Ifitisamatterofrightanswers,asitmaybeinmathematicsorscience,givehimtheanswerbook.Lethimcorrecthisownpapers.Whyshouldweteacherswastetimeonsuchroutinework?Ourjobshouldbetohelpthechildwhenhetellsthathecan’tfindthewaytogettherightanswer.Letthechildrenlearnwhatalleducatedpersonsmustsomedaylearn,howtomeasuretheirownunderstanding,howtoknowwhattheyknowordonotknow.6.Accordingtothepassage,whichofthefollowingisthebestwayforchildrentolearnthings?A.Listeningtoskilledpeople’sadvice.B.Askingolderpeoplemanyquestions.C.Makingmistakesandhavingthemcorrected.D.Doingwhatotherpeopledo.7.ThewriterthinkteachersshouldNOT.A.givechildrencorrectanswersB.allowchildrentomakemistakesC.pointoutchildren’smistakestothemD.letchildrenmarktheirownwork8.Accordingtothewriter,teachersinschoolshould.A.allowchildrentolearnfromeachotherB.pointoutchildren’smistakeswheneverfoundC.correctchildren’smistakesassoonaspossibleD.givechildrenmorebookknowledge9.Accordingtothepassage,learningtospeakandlearningtorideabicycleare.A.differentfromlearningotherskillsB.thesameaslearningotherskillsC.moreimportantthanotherskillsD.notreallyimportantskills10.Thetitleofthispassagecouldprobablybe.A.LetUsTeachersStopWorkB.LetUsMakeChildrenLearnC.LetChildrenCorrectTheirExercisesD.LetChildrenLearnByThemselvesPassage3Questions1to5arebasedonthefollowingpassage:(79)Johnhadboughtapacketofcigarettesjustbeforewecaughtthetrainandheofferedmeoneaswesettledourselvesinourcompartment.Wewereonourwaybackfromacampingholiday;wehadlivedroughforoverafortnightandevenacigarettewasaluxuryatthatmoment.Ifeltinmypocketforaboxofmatches,butcouldnotfindany.“Ihaven’tgotanyeither,”saidJohn.Sittingoppositetouswasamanwhosefacewashiddenbyanewspaper.“Excuseme,sir,”saidJohn,leaningacross.“Couldyougivemealight,please?”Thenewspaperwasloweredtorevealaratherelderlymanwithasternface.“Thisisanosmokingcompartment,”themansaid.Heindicatedthenoticenearthewindow.Weapologizedandputawayourunlitcigarettes.(80)Themanwenton,inarathermorekindlyway,towarnusagainstthedangersofsmoking.“Ispeakasadoctor,”heconcluded,andafterthathewentbacktoreadinghisnewspaper.Whenhegotoutafewstationslater,helefthisnewspaperbehindhim.Wepickeditup,eagertofindoutwhathadhappenedwhilewewereonholiday.“Justlookatthis,”remarkedJohn,pointingtoaphotograph.“it’sthemanwhowassittingoppositeus.”Underneaththephotographwasanaccountofalunatic(精神病者)whohadrecentlyescaped.Itappearedthathelikedtopretendtobeadoctor.11.Thefriendshadspenttheirholiday______.A.onaboatB.inatentC.onafarmD.withanaunt12.Theirholidayhadlasted______.A.morethantwoweeksB.justtwoweeksC.lessthantwoweeksD.aweekortwo13.Theman______.A.threwhisnewspaperawayB.offeredthemhisnewspaperC.droppedhisnewspaperD.didnottakehisnewspaperwithhim14.Thetwofriendsreadthenewspaper______.A.inahurryB.withgreatinterestC.topassthetimeD.tolookatthepictures15.Theman’sphotographwasinthenewspaperbecausehewas______.A.adoctorB.aspacemanC.amadmanD.anactorPartⅡVocabularyandStructure(30%)Directions:Inthispart,thereare30incompletesentences.ForeachsentencetherearefourchoicesmarkedA,B,CandD.ChoosetheONEanswerthatbestcompletesthesentence.ThenmarkthecorrespondingletterontheAnswerSheetwithasinglelinethroughthecentre.16.thefactthattheareahadbeenhitbytheseverestdroughtintwentyyears,afairlygoodharvestwasgatheredin.A.InspiteB.DespiteC.InspitethatD.Despiteof17.Iobjectedthemeetingwithouthim.A.tohaveB.tohavingC.havingD.have18.Therewasnosensehimtocomeearlysinceeverythingwasready.A.toaskB.tohaveaskedC.inaskingD.beingasking19.herinexperience,shehasdonequiteagoodjob.A.ProvidedB.GivenC.SeenD.Suppose20.Themoviestarwithyoursister,didn’the?A.wasusedtodanceB.usedtodancingC.usedtodanceD.wasusedtodancing21.Everymeanssincethen.A.hasbeentryingB.havebeentryingC.havebeentriedD.hasbeentried22.“I’dliketobuyanexpensivecamera.”“Well,wehaveseveralmodelsforyou.”A.tobechosenfromB.ofchoiceC.tochoosefromD.forchoosing23.ThepictureremindsmethetimewespenttogetherinNewYork.A.ofB.inC.forD.to24.Ioweyousomemoney.Letmepayyounow.A.backB.forC.inD.to25.Aloneinadesertedhouse,hewassobusywithhisresearchworkthathefeltlonely.A.nothingbutB.anythingbutC.allbutD.everythingbut26.,thenewelectronicdevicetheydesignedisnowinregularoperation.A.WiththesolvedproblemB.WiththisproblembeingsolvedC.WiththeproblemsolvedD.Withthisproblemtosolve27.Wearelookingforwardtotothelecturebythefamousprofessor.A.sendB.besentC.beingsentD.sending28.Isuddenlyrealizedthathewastryingtoquarrellingwithme.A.considerB.enjoyC.avoidD.prevent29.Itwasnotaseriousaccident;ourcarneedsonlysomerepairs.A.majorB.secondaryC.minorD.primary30.We’vesugar.AskMrs.Jonestolendussome.A.runawaywithB.rundownC.runoffD.runoutof31.Itisnecessarythatanefficientworkerhisworkontime.A.accomplishesB.canaccomplishC.accomplishD.hasaccomplished32.Motherinsistedthat.A.theyaretobebackbeforenineintheeveningB.theyoughttobebackbeforenineintheeveningC.theybebackbeforenineintheeveningD.theyhadtobebackbeforenineintheevening33.canbejudgedfromhereyes,shehasnopersonalhostilitytous.A.ItB.AsC.WhichD.That34.Thepoliticianurgedthatallcitizenstothepollsonelectionday.A.hadgoneB.wentC.mustgoD.go35.Noonedoubtsheisthebestleaderinthecompany.A.whetherB.ifC.whatD.that36.Franklyspeaking,I’dratheryouanythingaboutitforthetimebeing.A.didn’tdoB.haven’tC.didn’tD.havedone37.Henrylookedverymuchwhenhewascaughtcheatinginthebiologyexam.A.discouragedB.embarrassedC.disappointedD.bewildered38.TheAnti-JapaneseWarin1937anditeightyears.A.wasbrokenout;lastedB.brokeout;lastedC.broke;remainedD.hadbeenbrokenout;kept39.Hardlyhadhefinishedhisspeechtheaudiencestartedcheering.A.thenB.whenC.thanD.as40.Thechildwasimmediatelyaftersupper.A.sotiredthathewenttobedB.enoughtiredtogotobeC.tootiredtogotobedD.verytired,hewenttobed41.Ididnotchooseanyofthethreeways,becauseIfoundsatisfactory.A.neitherofthemB.eitherofthemC.noneofthemD.noneofit42.Howweachancetovisityourgreatcountry!A.lookedforB.longedforC.waitedforD.wentfor43.Don’ttoletmeknowifthereisanythingIcandoforyou.A.rejectB.preventC.hesitateD.refuse44.Childrenshouldn’tleavetheirtoysonthefloor.Theyshould.A.putoutthemB.putoffthemC.putthemawayD.putthemoff45.Thetravelerbroughtbacksomeoftherocksfromthemountains.A.samplesB.specimensC.selectionsD.examplesPartIIIIdentification(10%)Directions:EachofthefollowingsentenceshasfourunderlinedpartsmarkedA,B,CandD.Identifytheonethatisnotcorrect.ThenmarkthecorrespondingletterontheAnswerSheetwithasinglelinethroughthecenter.46.Ifyoutakeaten-orfifteen-minutesvacationintotherealmofimaginationeachABCday,youmayaddmuchtotheexcitementandenjoymentofyourlife.D47.Susan,togetherwithherhusbandandtwosons,aretoarriveontheeveningflight.ABCD48.Onlyinthiswaywecanwinthematch.ABCD49.ScientistsandeconomistsbelievethathumanbeingcanneveruseawayalltheABCmineralresourcesonEarth.D50.WhenIgottothecinema,thefilmhadalreadystarted;Ioughttogetthereearlier.ABCD51.Einstein’srelativitytheoryistheonlyonewhatcanexplainsuchphenomena.ABCD52.Ican’thelptothinkitwouldbefuntoplaysuchanexcitinggamewiththem.ABCD53.Ridingontheswings(秋千)andplayingwiththeducksinthepondwasourABchildren’sgreatestpleasurewhenwetookthemtothepark.CD54.Paulsuggestedthattheymeetinthefrontoftheschoolgateatoneo’clockFridayABCDafternoon.55.Smithsoldmostofhisbelongings.Hehashardlynothingleftinthehouse.ABCDPartⅣCloze(10%)Directions:Thereare20blanksinthefollowingpassage,andforeachblankthereare4choicesmarkedA,B,CandDattheendofthepassage.YoushouldchooseONEanswerthatbestfitintothepassage.ThenmarkthecorrespondingletterontheAnswerSheetwithasinglelinethroughthecenter.Doyouforgettoturnoffthelightsandheaterswhenyougooutofaroom?In2040itwillnot56_.Theywillturnthemselvesoff—andonagainwhenyoureturn.Asensorwill57_thepresenceofahumanandturnthesystemson,andwhenthehumans58_itwillturnthemoffagain.Thesensorswillwork59_thecentralhomecomputer,andtheywilldomuchmorethanjustturnthefiresandlightsonandoffforyou.Theywilldetect60_electricalappliances,plugsorswitches,61_themsothattheycannotharmanyoneandthen62_youthattheyneed63__.Theywilldetectfireandifyouareoutofthehouse,thecomputerwillcallthefirebrigade.Itwillalsocallthepolice64__thesensorsdetectanintruder(闯入者).Thiswillnotbetoodifficult65__thelocksonthe66__doorswillbeelectronic.Youwillopenthemusingyour67__card—theoneyouusefor68__—maybeusinganumber69__onlytoyou.Thecomputerwillbe70__thanafireman-policemanservant.Itwillbeanentertainer,andmostofyour71__willcome72__intoyourhome.Itdoesnow,73__by2040”entertainment”will74__muchmore.Foronething,youwillbeabletotake75__actively,ratherthanjustwatching…56.A.matterB.functionC.workD.mind57.A.evaluateB.uncoverC.detectD.expose58.A.retireB.leaveC.withdrawD.retreat59.A.duringB.inC.throughD.between60.A.displeasingB.unpleasantC.faultyD.mistaken61.A.departB.isolateC.divideD.break62.A.warnB.tellC.persuadeD.assure63.A.mendingB.referenceC.separationD.repair64.A.willB.shouldC.shallD.can65.A.unlessB.ifC.whenD.because66.A.insideB.outsideC.outstandingD.obvious67.A.personalB.personnelC.particularD.general68.A.hiringB.buyingC.renewingD.shopping69.A.realizedB.adaptedC.knownD.informed70.A.moreB.muchC.manyD.fewer71.A.achievementsB.announcementsC.improvementD.entertainment72.A.onlyB.rightC.correctlyD.fast73.A.butB.orC.otherD.then74.A.intendB.understandC.meanD.program75.A.partB.placeC.stepD.actionPartⅤTranslation(20%)SectionADirections:Inthispart,therearefivesentenceswhichyoushouldtranslateintoChinese.Thesesentencesarealltakenfromthe3passagesyouhavejustreadinthepartofReadingComprehension.Youcanreferbacktothepassagessoastoidentifytheirmeaningsinthecontext.76.Accordingtohim,womenarebetterliarsthanmen.77.Hesaysthereareseveraltypicalformsofthis,suchascoveringpartofthemouthwiththefingers,touchingtheupper-liporputtingafingerofthehandatonesideofthemouth.78.Letchildrenlearntojudgetheirownwork.79.Johnhadboughtapacketofcigarettesjustbeforewecaughtthetrainandheofferedmeoneaswesettledourselvesinourcompartment.(passage1)80.Themanweaton,inarathermorekindlyway,towarnusagainstthedangersofsmoking.(passage1)SectionBDirections:Inthispart,therearefivesentencesinChinese.YoushouldtranslatethemintoEnglish.Besuretowriteclearly.81.大学生参加社会实践是很重要的。82.只要我们开动脑筋,一定会想出新点子。83.这个房间恰好同那个房间一样大。84.这就是第一次世界大战爆发的地方。85.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Passage1一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1.【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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简介:成人学位英语考试真题

1 学士学位英语模拟试题 模拟试题一 PartIReadingComprehension(30%) Directions: Therearethreepassagesinthispart.Eachpassageisfollowed bysomequestionsorunfinishedstatements.Foreachofthemthereare fourchoicesmarkedA,B,CandD.Youshoulddecideonthebestchoice andmarkthecorrespondingletterontheAnswerSheetwithasingleline throughthecenter. Passage1 Questions1to5arebasedonthefollowingpassage. Whatexactlyisalie?Isitanythingwesaywhichweknowisuntrue? Orisitsomethingmorethanthat?Forexample,supposeafriendwantsto borrowsomemoneyfromyou.Yousay“IwishIcouldhelpyoubutI’m shortofmoneymyself.”Infact,youarenotshortofmoneybutyour friendisinthehabitofnotpayinghisdebtandyoudon’twanttohurthis feelingsbyremindinghimofthis.Isthisrallyalie? ProfessorJeraldJellisonoftheUniversityofSouthernCaliforniahas madeascientificstudyoflying.(76)Accordingtohim,womenarebetter liarsthanmen, particularlywhentellinga“whitelie”,suchaswhena womanatapartytellsanotherwomanthatshelikesherdresswhenshe reallythinksitlooksawful.However,thisisonlyonesideofthestory. Otherresearcherssaythatmenaremorelikelytotellmoreseriouslies, suchasmakingapromisewhichtheyhavenointensionoffulfilling.This isthekindofliepoliticiansandbusinessmenaresupposedtobe particularlyskilledat:theliefromwhichtheliarhopestoprofitorgainin someway. Researchhasalsobeendoneintothewaypeople’sbehaviorchanges inanumberofsmall,apparentlyunimportantwayswhentheylie.Ithas beenfoundthatiftheyaresittingdownatthetime,theytendtomove aboutintheirchairsmorethanusual.Tothetrainedobservertheyare saying“IwishIweresomewhereelsenow.”Theyalsotendtotouchcertain partsofthefacemoreoften,inparticularthenose.Oneexplanationof thismaybethatlyingcausesaslightincreaseinbloodpressure.Thetip ofthenoseisverysensitivetosuchchangesandtheincreasedpressures makeititch. AnothergesturewhichgivesliarsawayiswhatthewriterDesmond MorrisinhisbookManwatchingcalls“themouthcover”.(77)Hesaysthere areseveraltypicalformsofthis,suchascoveringpartofthemouthwith thefingers,touchingtheupper-liporputtingafingerofthehandatone sideofthemouth .Suchagesturecanbeunderstoodasanunconscious attemptonthepartoftheliartostophimselforherselffromlying. Ofcourse,suchgesturesasrubbingthenoseorcoveringthemouth, ormovingaboutinachaircannotbetakenasproofthatthespeakeris lying.Theysimplytendtooccurmorefrequentlyinthissituation.Itisnot onegesturealonethatgivestheliarawaybutawholenumberofthings, andinparticularthecontextinwhichthelieistold. 1.Accordingtothepassage,a“whitelie”seemstobealie A.thatotherpeoplebelieve B.thatotherpeopledon’tbelieve C.toldinordertoavoidoffendingsomeone D.toldinordertotakeadvantageofsomeone 2.Researchsuggeststhatwomen A.arebetterattellinglessseriousliesthanmenare B.generallyliefarmorethanmendo C.lieatpartiesmoreoftenthanmendo D.oftenmakepromisestheyintendtobreak 3.Researchersfindthatwhenapersontellslies A.hisbloodpressureincreasesmeasurably B.helooksveryserious C.hetendstomakesomesmallchangesinhisbehavior D.heuseshisunconsciousmind 4.Onereasonpeoplesometimesrubtheirnoseswhentheylieisthat A.theywishtheyweresomewhereelse B.thenoseissensitivetophysicalchangescausedbylying C.theywanttocovertheirmouths D.theyaretryingtostopthemselvesfromtellinglies 5.Thetoneofthispassagetellsusthatthewriter A.hatestolie B.enjoyslying C.oftentellsalie D.triestoanalyzelying Passage2 Question6to10arebasedonthefollowingpassage. (78)Letchildrenlearntojudgetheirownwork. Achildlearningtotalk doesnotlearnbybeingcorrectedallthetime:ifcorrectedtoomuch,hewill stoptalking.Henoticesathousandtimesadaythedifferencebetweenthe languageheusesandthelanguagethosearoundhimuse.Bitbybit,he makesthenecessarychangestomakehislanguagelikeotherpeople’s.Inthe sameway,childrenlearningtodoalltheotherthingstheylearntodowithout beingtaught—towalk,run,climb,whistle,rideabicycle—comparetheirown performanceswiththoseofmoreskilledpeople,andslowlymaketheneeded

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