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首页 9-09年江苏学士学位英语考试考试模拟试题

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9-09年江苏学士学位英语考试考试模拟试题

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ENGLISHQUALIFICATIONTESTFORABACHELOR'SDEGREE(MODEL)PartIListeningComprehension(minutes)SectionA()Directions:InthispartyouwillhearshortconversationsAttheendofeachconversation,aquestionwillbeaskedaboutwhatwassaidTheconversationandquestionwillbespokenonlyonceAftereachquestiontherewillbeapauseDuringthepause,youmustreadthefourchoicesmarkedA,B,CandD,anddecidewhichisthebestanswerThenmarkthecorrespondingletterontheAnswerSheetwithasinglelinethroughthecenterATocalmdownalittleBTogetmedicaladviceCTofindabetterdoctorDTobecomeagooddoctorAMorethananhourandahalfBNotmorethanhalfanhourCMorethantwohoursDLessthananhourandahalfALibrarianandstudentBOperatorandcallerCBossandsecretaryDCustomerandrepairmanAHisTVsetsareallofthesamebrandBHedoesn'thavethenewestmodelsrightnowCHehasthebestTVsetsforsaleDHisTVsetshaveagoodsaleAYoungpeoplearetooquickinmakingdecisionsBYoungpeopleseldomstaylongonthesamejobCYoungpeoplelosetheirjobseasilyDYoungpeoplearetooeagertosucceedATheyarehavingbreakfastBTheyareeatingsomefruitsCTheyarepreparingahotsoupDTheyaredrinkingcoldmilkAThewomandoesn'twanttospendChristmaswiththemanBThewomanisgoinghomeforChristmasCThewomanhasnotbeeninvitedtotheChristmaspartyDThewomanisgoingtospendChristmasabroadAAwriterBAteacherCAreporterDAstudentAHehasgotaheartattackBHewasunharmedCHewasbadlyhurtDHehasfullyrecoveredfromtheshockAToattendapartyataclassmate'shomeBTodohomeworkwithherclassmateCToattendaneveningclassDTohavesupperoutwithherclassmateSectionB(��)Directions��Inthissection��youwillhearonedialogueandoneshortpassage��Attheendfthedialogueandthepassage,youwillhearsomequestions��ThedialogueandpassageaswellasquestionswillbespokenonlyonceAfteryouhearaquestionYoumustchoosethebestanswerfromthefourchoicesmarkedA,B,CandDThenmarkthecorrespondingletterontheAnswerSheetwithasinglelinethroughthecenterQuestions~arebasedonthefollowingdialogueA��Tohonortheelderlypeople��B��TointroducetoChinatheFathers'Day��C��Tosendgiftstoeachother��D��Tohaveafamilygettogether��A��Toinvitefriendsover��B��Toholdapartyforallfriends��C��ToclimbuphillsforagoodView��D��Tosendgiftstoalltheirchildren��Questions~arebasedonthefollowingdialogueAToexpressoneselfcorrectlyandpolitelyBTolearnsometaboowordseasilyCToknowanduseswearwordscorrectlyDTogettoknowhimbeforetalkingtohimABecausetheyoftenmakejokesBBecausetheycanmakepeopleconfusedCBecausetheycanmakepeopleangryDBecausetheyoftenmisunderstandpeopleAInfrontofthechildrenB��Amongone'sclosefriends��C��Infrontoftheadults��D��Infrontoftheladies��Part��ReadingComprehension(minutes��)Directions:InthisparttherearefourpassagesEachpassageisfollowedbysomequestionsorunfinishedstatementsForeachofthemtherearefourchoicesmarkedA,B,CandDYouarerequiredtodecideonthebestchoicethatbestanswersthequestionsorbestcompletesthestatementPassageOneBrendaLinsonnevergoesanywherewithoutanemptyspectaclescaseItisasvitaltoherasherpurse��Yet,shedoesn'twearglassesThereasonshecannotdowithoutitisthatshecannotreadandshecannotwrite��Ifevershegetsintoanysituationwhereshemightbeexpectedtodoeitherofthesethings��shefishesaroundinherbagforthespecscase��findsitisempty��andasksthepersonconcernedtodothereadingforher��Untilafewmonthsagohardlyanybodyknewaboutherproblem��Herhusbanddidn'tknow��NeitherdidherchildrenAndthechildrenstilldon't��Shehadanumberoftacticsforhidingherdifficultyforexample,neverlingeringnearaphoneatwork��incaseshehadtoansweritandmightberequiredtowritesomethingdown��Ithasneveroccurredtothechildrenthattheirmothercannotread��()Shedoesn'treadthemstories��nordoestheirfather��SotheyfindnothingsurprisinginthefactSimilarlytheyjustacceptthatDadistheonewhowritesthesicknotesandreadstheschoolreportsNowthattheelderboyTomisquiteaproficientreader,Brendacanskillfullygethimtoreadanynotesbroughthomefromschoolsimplybyasking,"What'sthatallabout,then"Brenda'shusbandneverguessedthetruthintenyearsofmarriageForonething,heinsistsonhandlingalldomesticcorrespondenceandbillshimselfAsalesmanforalargecompany,hetravelsagreatdealandsoisnotaroundsomuchtospotthetruth()Whilehe'sawayBrendacopeswithanysituationsbyexplainingthatshecannotdoanythinguntilshe'sdiscusseditwithherhusbandBrendawasverysuccessfulinherjobuntilrecentlyForthelastfiveyearsshehadworkedaswaitressatanexpensiverestaurant,andhadeventuallybeenpromotedtoheadwaitressShekeptthethingasecrettheretoo,andgotoverthepracticaldifficultiessomehowBrendacarriesanemptyspectaclescasewherevershegoesbecauseAsheisalwayssoforgetfulBsheusesitasapurseCitmayprovideherwithanexcuseDshewishestolooklikeaneducatedwomanBrenda'schildrenhaveneverfoundoutaboutherproblemasAsheisn'toftenathomeBtheyfinditnormaltoasktheirfatherforeverythingCtheyaretooyoungtoguessthetruthDsheseemsalwaysbusydoinghousework��FromthepassageitcanbeseenthatA��BrendaisilliterateB��BrendalikescheatingothersC��BrendaisoftencheatedD��Brendanevershowsanyconcernforherfamily��WhatmostprobablymadeBrendatryhardtohideherdifficultyA��Herdeceitfulnature��B��Herfearofbeinglaughedat��C��Hersatisfactionfromthepractice��D��Herdesiretobesuccessfulinherjob����Themostappropriatetitleforthispassageis��A��BrendaandHerFamilyB��AWomanWhoDoesn'tWearGlassesC��TheMakingofaWaitressD��AWomanwithanEmptySpecsCasePassageTwoTheEnglishpolicemanhasseveralnicknamesbutthemostfrequentlyusedare"copper"and"bobby"Thefirstnamecomesfromtheverbto"cop",meaningto"take"or"capture",andthesecondcomesfromthefirstnameofanineteenthcenturypolitician,whowasthefounderofthepoliceforceAnearlynicknameforthepolicemanwas"peeler",butthisonehasdiedoutWhateverwemaycallthem,thegeneralopinionofthepoliceseemstobeafavorableoneexceptamongthecriminalpartofthecommunitywherethepolicearegivenmorederogatorynicknameswhichoriginatedinAmerica,suchas"fuzz"or"pig"VisitorstoEnglandseem,nearlyalwaystobeveryimpressedbytheEnglishpoliceIthas,infact,becomeastandingjokethatthevisitortoBritain,whenaskedforhisviewsofthecountry,willalwayssay,"Ithinkyourpolicemenarewonderful"Well,theBritishbobbymaynotalwaysbewonderfulbutheisusuallyaveryfriendlyandhelpfulsortofcharacterAmusichallsongofsomeyearsagowascalled,"IfYouWantToKnowTheTime,AskAPoliceman"Nowadays,mostpeopleownwatchesbuttheystillseemtofindplentyofotherquestionstoaskthepoliceman()InLondon,thepolicemenspendsomuchoftheirtimedirectingvisitorsaboutthecitythatonewondershowtheyeverfindtimetodoanythingelse!Twothingsareimmediatelynoticeabletothestranger,whenheseesanEnglishpolicemanforthefirsttimeThefirstisthathedoesnotcarryapistolandthesecondiswhathehasonhisheadthepoliceman'shelmetTogetherwithhisheight,itenablesanEnglishpolicemantobeseenfromaconsiderabledistanceFromtimetotimeitissuggestedthatthepolicemanbegivenapistolandthathishelmetbetakenfromhim,butboththesesuggestionsareresistedbythemajorityofthepublicandthepolicethemselvesThenicknamethatisnotusednowisApigBpeelerCfuzzDbobbyVisitorspraisetheEnglishpolicebecauseAtheyarearmedwithmodernequipmentBtheyobeyordersCtheyareoftengiventhanksbypeopleDtheyarepoliteandhelpful��IfyouseeanEnglishpolicemanforthefirsttime��youwillprobablynoticeatoncethat��A��heoftentellspeopletimeB��heisusuallybusyhelpingstrangersC��hehasahelmetonhisheadD��hewearsspecialclothes��ThatanEnglishpoIicemancanbeseenfromsomedistanceisA��ofsomehelptopeopleB��ofnohelptopeopleC��verystrangeD��veryfunny��Accordingtothepassage����A��therearefewercriminalsinAmericathaninBritainB��theEnglishpoliceusuallyleaveadeepimpressiononvisitorsC��theBritishbobbyisfriendlybuttoobusytotheirjobD��theEnglishpoliceenjoyhavingpistolsPassageThreeThebestEskimocarvingsofallagesseemtopossessapowerfulabilitytoreachacrossthegreatbarriersoflanguageandtimeandcommunicatedirectlywithusThemorewelookatthesecarvings,themorelifeweunderstandhiddenwithinthemThesecarvingsarenotthecolddescriptionofthefrozenworldInsteadtheyrevealtousthepassionatefeelingsofEskimoswellawareofallthejoys,terrors,calmnessandwildnessoflifearoundthemEskimocarversarepeoplemovedbydreamsInspiteofalltheirnewcontactswithoutsiders,theyarestillconcernedwiththeirownkindofdreamsThemostskillfulcarverspossessaboldconfidence,adirectapproachtotheirartthathasaspecialfreedomnotaffectedbyanykindofformaltrainingEskimocarvershavestrongskilledhands,usedtoforcinghardmaterialswiththeirsimpletoolsTheirhuntinglifeandthenorthernenvironmentmakesthemstrong()Badweatheroftenoffersthemaspecialkindofleisure,givingthemtimeinwhichtoperfecttheircarvingsTheyareamongthelastofthehuntingsocietiesthathavekeptsomepartofthesharpsenseofobservationthatwehavesolongforgottenFleshandbonesseemtomoveintheirworksTheyshowushowtoholdachild,howtowalkcautiouslyonthiniceIntheverybestofEskimoartweseeanimalandhumanformsthatstandquietlyortensely,stronglyreflectingasenseoflifeWecansee,andevenfeelwithourhands,thecoldsmoothnessofseals,theicyswiftnessoffish,theflowingrhythminaflightofgeesePerhapsnoonecanaccuratelydefinetherightwayorwrongwaytocreateacarvingEachcarvermustfollowhisownway,hisowntimeTechniqueinitselfismeaninglessunlessitservestoexpresscontentAccordingtotheEskimo,thebestcarvingspossessasenseofmovementthatseemstocomefromwithinthematerialitself,afeelingoftension,alivingexcitementTheauthorisprimarilyconcernedwithAshowinghowEskimocarvingsachievetheireffectsBdescribinghowEskimoartistsresisttheinfluenceofoutsidersCdiscussingthesignificantcharacteristicsofEskimoartDexplainingtheshortcomingsofEskimoart��InsteadOfpreventingEskimosfromcarvingbadweatherA��providestimeforthemtoimprovetheircarvingsB��offersthemtimeformorecarvingsC��enablesthemtoenjoycarvingD��makesthemmoredeterminedtocarve��Theauthorwouldmostlikelyagreethat��A��formaltrainingmayoftendestroyanartist'soriginalityB��artistsshouldlearntheirskillsbystudyingtheworksofexpertsC��thecontentofaworkofartisinsignificantD��animalshavenoplaceinseriousart��TheauthorgivesexamplesofEskimocarvingsinordertoA��showthattheyhavenothingtodowithmodernlifeB��suggestthequalityandvarietyoftheworkC��implythatotherartistshavefollowedthemD��provethattheyarenotartworks��Accordingtothepassage,isnotoneofthecharacteristicsofEskimocarvingsA��tensionC��peaceB��passionD��formalityPassageFourReadingisthekeytoschoolsuccessand,likeanyskill,ittakespracticeAchildlearnstowalkbypracticinguntilhenolongerhastothinkabouthowtoputonefootinfrontoftheotherAgreatathletepracticesuntilhecanplayquickly,accurately,withoutthinkingTennisplayerscallthat"beinginthenzone"Educatorscallit"automaticity"Achildlearnstoreadbysoundingoutthelettersanddecoding(����)thewordsWithpractice,hestumbleslessandless,readingbythephraseWithautomaticity,hedoesn'thavetothinkaboutdecodingthewords,sohecanconcentrateonthemeaningofthetextItcanbeginasearlyasfirstgradeInarecentstudyofchildreninIllinoisschools,AlanRossmanofNorthwesternUniversityfoundautomaticreadersinthefirstgradewhowerereadingalmostthreetimesasfastastheotherchildrenandscoringtwiceashighoncomprehensiontestsAtfifthgrade,theautomaticreaderswerereadingtwiceasfastastheothers,andstilloutscoringthemonaccuracy,comprehensionandvocabulary"It'snotIQbuttheamountoftimeachildspendsreadingthatisthekeytoautomaticity,"accordingtoRossmanAnychildwhospendsatleasttohoursaweekreadingbooks,magazinesornewspaperswillinalllikelihoodreachautomaticity()Athome,wheretheaveragechildspendshoursaweekwatchingtelevision,itcanhappenbyturningoffthesetjustonenightinfavorofreadingYoucantestyourchildbygivinghimaparagraphortwotoreadaloudsomethingunfamiliarbutappropriatetohisageIfhereadsaloudwithexpression,withasenseofthemeaningofthesentences,heprobablyisanautomaticreaderIfhereadshaltingly,onewordatatime,withoutexpressionormeaning,heneedsmorepracticeThefirstparagraphtellsusAhowachildlearnstowalkBhowaccuracyisacquiredCwhatautomaticityisDhowanathleteistrainedAnautomaticreaderAconcentratesonmeaningBsoundsoutthelettersChasahighIQDpaysmuchattentiontothestructuresofsentencesTheIllinoisstudyshowsthattheautomaticreader'shighspeedAcostshimalotofworkBdoesn'taffecthiscomprehensionCleadstohisfuturesuccessDaffectshiscomprehensionAbrightchildAbecomesanautomaticreaderafterlearninghowtoreadBalwaysachievesgreatsuccessincomprehensiontestsCalsoneedspracticetobeanautomaticreaderDisabornautomaticreaderThemainideaofthepassageisAhowtoscorehighoncomprehensiontestsBreadingisthekeytoschoolsuccessChowtotestyourchild'sreadingabilityDautomaticityisimportantforefficientreadingPartIIIVocabularyandStructure(minutes)Directions:InthispartthereareincompletesentencesForeachsentencetherearefourchoicesmarkedA,B,CandDYouarerequiredtochoosetheonethatbestcompletesthesentenceOnceoutoftheearth'sgravity,theastronautisbytheproblemofweightlessnessAaffectedBeffectedCinclinedDreflectedAcompletelynewsituationwillwhenthenewexaminationsystemcomesintoexistenceAariseBriseCraiseDarouseFrankurt,Germany,isinoneofmostpopulatedregionsofWesternEuropeAdenselyBvastlyCenormouslyDlargelyWehavetotryeverymeanstothecostsoftheconstructionprojectsincetheamountofmoneyavailableisquitelimitedAbringupBbringaboutCbringdownnbspDbringoutofthetwobooksholdstheopinionthatthedangerofnuclearwarisincreasingANoneBAllCBothDNeitherWewelcomerain,buta(n)largeamountofrainfallwillcausefloodsAextensivelyBextremelyCspeciallyDconstantlySheisaverysecretary,sheneverforgetsanythingormakesamistakeAsufficientBeffectiveCadequateDefficientBecauseoftheemphasisplacedonclassroomwork,theinstructorwillreportyourabsencetotheadviserAlargeBstrongChardDhighIhavehadgreatdealoftroubletherestoftheclass,forIhadbeenillforalmostawholemonthAcomingupwithBmakingupforCkeepingupwithDlivinguptoTheonepleasurethatEinsteinhisgreatfamewastheabilityitgavehimtoothersAresultedfromBstirredupCturnedoutDderivedfromSomeplantsaresosensitivepollutionthattheycanonlysurviveinaperfectlycleanenvironmentAfromBagainstCtoDwithIusedtosmoke,butIgaveitupthreeyearsagoforthesakeofmyhealthAseriouslyBheavilyCbadlyDseverelyThedoctortoldPennythattoomuchtothesunisbadfortheskinAexposureBextensionCexhibitionDexpansionThecomingoftherailwayinthesoursocietyandeconomiclifeAtransformedBtransportedCtransferredDtransmittedInpreparingscientificreportsoflaboratoryexperiments,astudentshouldhisfindingsinlogicalorderandclearlanguageAfurnishBproposeCprovideDpresentThesurvivalofcivilizationasweknowitisthreatbecauseofcomplicatedsocialandenvironmentalproblemsAwithinBunderCtowardsDuponWhenafireattheNationalExhibitioninLondon,atleasttenpricelesspaintingswerecompletelydestroyedAbrokeBbrokeoutCbrokedownDbrokeupTheofbloodalwaysmakesJohnfeelsicksohisteacherinsiststhatheshouldnotstudymedicineAsightBviewClookDvisionGotobedandletthehavealittletimetothemselvesAgrownsupBgrownupCgrownupsDgrownsupsThephysicsprofessor,who'llgiveusalecturetomorrowmorning,isAafriendofmyeldestbrotherBafriendofmyeldestbrother'sCafriendofmyeldestbrothers'DafriendofmyeldestbrothersMostanimalshavelittleconnectionwithanimalsofdifferentk

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