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2011年网络教育专升本《大学英语》模拟试卷(三)
发布时间:2012-04-06 20:26 ??文章来源: ??作者: ??
本次考试共计120分钟。
第I卷(选择题,共125分)
I.?Phonetics?
(5?points)
Directions:?
In?each?of?the?following?group?of?words,?there?are?four?underlined?letters?
or?letter?combinations?marked?A,?B,?C,?and?D.?Compare?
the?underlined?parts?and?identify?the?one?that?is?different?from?the?
others?in?pronunciation.?Mark?your?answer?by?blackening?the?corresponding?
letter?on?the?Answer?Sheet.
1.?A.?pie?
B.?fill?
C.?lie?
D.?tie
2.?A.?care?
B.?fare?
C.?hare?
D.?are
3.?A.?cost?
B.?hope?
C.?lost?
D.?mop
4.?A.?blood?
B.?book?
C.?look?
D.?good
5.?A.?drought?
B.?thought?C.?
ought?
D.?fought

II.?Vocabulary?
and?Structure?(15?Points)
Directions:?
There?are?15?incomplete?sentences?in?this?section.?
For?each?sentence?there?are?four?choices?marked?A,?B,?C?and?D.?Choose?
one?answer?that?best?completes?the?sentence?and?blacken?the?corresponding?
letter?on?the?Answer?Sheet.
6.?A?_____?
achievement?of?electronics?is?the?electronic?computer.

A.?widely?knowing?
B.?being?widely?known

C.?widely?known?
D.?having?widely?known
7.?If?we?_____?
yesterday,?we?_____?the?work..

A.?weren't?interrupted..,?would?finish

B.?didn't?interrupt,?would?have?finished

C.?hadn't?interrupted..,?had?finished

D.?hadn't?been?interrupted..,?would?have?finished
8.?She's?such?
an?irritating?woman,?and?I?don't?know?how?you?can?_____?her.

A.?put?up?
B.?put?up?with?C.?stand?up?with?
D.?stand?with
9.?Only?by?
reading?extensively?_____?your?horizons.

A.?you?will?widen?
B.?can?you?widen

C.?you?may?widen?
D.?therefore?you?widen
10.?"Let's?
take?a?walk?before?we?start?to?study?again.

"Oh,?I?think?it's?_____?for?walking.

A.?much?too?hot?B.?very?much?hot?
C.?too?much?heat?D.?
very?much?heat
11.?Without?
your?help,?we?_____?so?much.

A.?will?not?achieve?
B.?didn't?achieve

C.?don't?achieve?
D.?would?not?have?achieved
12.?Give?it?
to?anybody?_____?needs?it.

A.?who?B.?
whom?C.?
whomever?
D.?whose
13.?I?should?
_____?him?up?to?tell?him?the?information.

A.?call?
B.?calling?
C.?called?
D.?have?called
14.?He?_____?
a?cold?last?week.

A.?had?caught?B.?caught?
C.?has?caught?
D.?has?had
15.?_____?he?
come,?what?_____?you?say?to?him?

A.?If,?will?B.?Should,?would?
C.?When,?would?D.?Would,?do
16.?Why?hasn't?
he?come??_____?on?time,?we?will?have?to?put?off?the?trip.

A.?If?he?doesn't?come?
B.?If?he?won't?come

C.?If?he?shouldn't?come?
D.?If?he?hadn't?come
17.?She?sat?
there?with?nothing?_____?except?play?with?her?cat.

A.?to?do?B.?doing?
C.?done?
D.?to?be?done
18.?I?haven't?
seen?him?for?quite?a?long?time,?but?his?parents?_____?him?sometimes.

A.?still?saw?B.?still?see?
C.?have?still?seen?D.?has?still?
seen
19.?Tell?me?
since?when?he?_____?in?your?school.

A.?taught?B.?has?taught?
C.?teaches?
D.?had?taught
20.?When?we?
_____?the?museum?is?not?decided.

A.?visited?B.?visit?
C.?will?visit?
D.?visiting

III.?Cloze?
(30?Points)
Directions:?
For?each?blank?of?the?following?passage,?there?are?four?choices?marked?
A,?B,?C?and?D.?choose?the?one?that?is?most?suitable?and?mark?your?answer?
by?blackening?the?corresponding?letter?on?the?Answer?Sheet.

What?is?the?biggest?city?in?the?world??That?is,?
21?city?has?the?largest?population??This?seems?like?
22?question?to?answer,?but?actually?it?isn’t.

It’s?actually?rather?difficult?to?say?which?cities?23?
the?largest.?First?of?all,?it?isn’t?easy?to?determine?a?city’s?
24?,?that?is,?where?a?city?ends.?Nowadays,?nearly?all?cities?
have?a?large?25?
area?around?them.?The?population?of?a?city?often?means?the?population?
of?the?whole?metropolitan?area?26?
the?city.?And?it's?difficult?to?determine?27?
because?it's?difficult?to?define?what?a?city?is.

The?second?reason?that?it?is?difficult?to?28?
the?population?of?different?cities?is?this:?it?is?almost?impossible?
to?get?29?about?the?population?of?all?cities?for?
the?same?year.?For?example,?we?might?get?an?estimate?of?New?York's?population?
in?1979?and?an?30?
of?Mexico?City’s?population?in?1981.?So?we?really?can’t?compare?
the?numbers?because?the?information?is?for?31?
different?years.?And?the?population?of?cities?32?
rather?quickly.?For?example,?the?population?of?Jakarta,?Indonesia,?
may?increase?33?
5?%?each?year,?so?the?population?figure?will?change?rather?quickly.

So?we?have?two?34?
for?comparing?the?populations?of?cities:?one,?it’s?difficult?to?determine?
the?35?of?a?city,?and?two,?it?is?difficult?to?get?accurate?
information.
21.?A.?what?
B.?which?
C.?where?
D.?how
22.?A.?a?difficult?
B.?a?troublesome?
C.?easy?
D.?an?easy
23.?A.?are?
B.?were?
C.?is?
D.?was
24.?A.?suburban?
area?B.?surrounding?
C.?urban?area?
D.?boundaries
25.?A.?city?
B.?urban?
C.?suburban?
D.?countryside
26.?A.?within?
B.?close?to?
C.?around?
D.?about
27.?A.?what?
the?population?of?a?city?is?
B.?what?is?the?population?of?a?city

C.?what?the?population?of?a?city?are?
D.?what?are?the?population?of?a?city
28.?A.?compile?
B.?compare?
C.?conduct?
D.?conclusion
29.?A.?informations?
B.?knowledge?C.?backgrounds?
D.?information
30.?A.?estimated?
B.?count?
C.?calculate?
D.?estimate
31.?A.?one?
B.?two?
C.?three?
D.?four
32.?A.?change?
B.?changes?
C.?changed?
D.?will?change
33.?A.?with?
B.?in?
C.?by?
D.?about
34.?A.?questions?
B.?answers?
C.?solutions?
D.?problems
35.?A.?limits?
B.?end?
C.?limit?
D.?edge

IV.?Reading?
Comprehension?(60?Points)
Directions:?
there?are?five?reading?passages?in?this?part.?
For?each?question?there?are?four?suggested?answers?marked?A,?B,?C?and?
D.?Choose?one?best?answer?and?blacken?the?corresponding?letter?on?the?
Answer?Sheet.
Passage?One
Wild?
and?farm?birds?often?get?a?flu?virus.?Yet?they?usually?are?able?to?carry?
the?virus?without?getting?sick.

In?1997?six?people?in?Hong?Kong?died?of?a?different?kind?of?bird?flu?
virus.?It?is?called?the?h-five-n-one?virus.?The?Hong?Kong?government?
quickly?ordered?the?killing?of?all?farm?birds?there.?That?stopped?the?
spread?of?h-five-n-one?to?people?in?Hong?Kong.

Yet?the?virus?had?already?spread?to?other?parts?of?Asia.?It?was?found?
in?16?countries?between?2003?and?2006.

The?h-five-n-one?virus?first?appeared?in?Africa.?This?raised?many?concerns?
about?the?spread?of?the?disease.?Scientists?do?not?know?exactly?how?
bird?flu?came?to?Africa.?At?first,?they?thought?wild?birds?were?to?blame.?
Now,?officials?with?the?U.N.?Food?and?Agriculture?Organization?believe?
the?main?cause?is?trade?in?farm?birds.

The?bird?flu?virus?is?found?in?the?waste?and?liquids?of?infected?birds.?
The?virus?spreads?when?healthy?birds?or?people?touch?sick?birds?or?any?
infected?part?of?sick?birds.?Right?now,?the?virus?is?not?spreading?from?
person?to?person.?But?the?virus?could?change?and?start?spreading?among?
people.?Health?officials?believe?that?it?is?even?more?possible?now?that?
bird?flu?has?spread?in?Africa,?and?that?is?why?international?organizations?
are?working?so?hard?to?stop?its?spread.

The?best?way?to?stop?the?spread?of?bird?flu?is?to?kill?all?the?chickens?
in?an?area?where?bird?flu?has?been?discovered.?More?than?145?000?chickens?
have?been?killed?in?Nigeria?since?bird?flu?was?first?found?one?year?
ago.
36.?The?passage?
focuses?on?_____.

A.?wild?and?farm?birds?
B.?a?flu?virus

C.?bird?flu?
D.?infected?birds
37.?H-five-n-one?
virus?in?the?passage?means?_____.

A.?farm?birds?
B.?infected?farm?animals

C.?people?died?in?Hong?Kong?
D.?a?different?kind?of?bird?flu?virus
38.?Some?officials?
believe?bird?flu?spread?to?Africa?mainly?due?to?_____.

A.?the?trade?of?farm?birds

B.?the?waste?and?liquids?of?infected?birds

C.?the?fact?that?some?people?touched?sick?birds?or?any?infected?part?
of?sick?birds

D.?the?virus?changed?and?started?spreading?in?some?new?forms
39.?The?best?
solution?to?the?problem?of?the?spread?of?bird?flu?is

A.?to?kill?all?the?birds?in?an?area?where?bird?flu?has?been?discovered?
_____.

B.?to?kill?all?the?chickens

C.?to?kill?all?the?birds

D.?to?kill?all?the?chickens?when?bird?flu?has?been?discovered


Passage?Two
When?
we?see?well,?we?do?not?think?about?our?eyes?very?often.?It?is?only?when?
we?cannot?see?perfectly?that?we?realize?how?important?our?eyes?are.

People?who?are?near-sighted?can?only?see?things?that?are?very?close?
to?their?eyes.?Everything?else?is?not?so?clear.?Many?people?who?do?a?
lot?of?close?work,?such?as?writing,?reading?and?sewing,?become?near-sighted.?
Then?they?have?to?wear?glasses?in?order?to?see?distant?things?clearly.

People?who?are?far-sighted?suffer?from?just?the?opposite?problem.?They?
can?see?things?that?are?far?away,?but?they?have?difficulty?in?reading?
a?book?unless?they?hold?it?at?arm's?length.?If?they?want?to?do?much?
reading,?they?must?get?glasses,?too.

Other?people?do?not?see?clearly?because?their?eyes?are?not?exactly?the?
right?shape.?They?have?what?is?called?astigmatism?(散光).?This,?too,?can?be?corrected?by?glasses.?
Some?people's?eyes?become?cloudy?because?of?cataracts?(白内障).?Long?ago?these?people?often?became?
blind.?Now,?however,?it?is?possible?to?operate?on?the?cataracts?and?
remove?them.

Having?two?good?eyes?is?important?for?judging?distances.?Each?eye?sees?
things?from?a?slightly?different?angle.?To?prove?this?to?yourself,?look?
at?an?object?out?of?one?eye;?then?look?at?the?same?object?out?of?the?
other?eye.?You?will?find?the?object's?relation?to?the?background?and?
other?things?around?it?has?changed.?The?difference?between?these?two?
different?eye?views?helps?us?to?judge?how?far?away?an?object?is.?People?
who?have?only?one?eye?cannot?judge?distance?as?people?with?two?eyes.
40.?We?should?
take?good?care?of?our?eyes?_____.
A.?
only?when?we?cannot?see?perfectly

B.?only?when?we?can?see?well

C.?even?if?we?can?see?well

D.?only?when?we?realize?how?important?our?eyes?are
41.?When?things?
far?away?seem?indistinct,?one?is?probably?_____.

A.?near-sighted?
B.?far-sighted

C.?astigmatic?
D.?suffering?from?cataracts
42.?Having?
two?eyes,?instead?of?one,?is?particularly?useful?for?_____.

A.?seeing?at?night?
B.?seeing?objects?far?away

C.?looking?over?a?wide?area?
D.?judging?distances
43.?People?
who?suffer?from?astigmatism?_____.

A.?have?a?curable?disease?in?their?eyes

B.?have?eyes?that?are?not?exactly?the?right?shape

C.?have?a?difficulty?that?can?be?corrected?by?an?operation

D.?have?an?eye?difficulty?that?cannot?be?corrected?by?glasses


Passage?Three
Most?
English?people?have?three?names:?a?first?name,?a?middle?name?and?the?
family?name.?Their?family?name?comes?last.?For?example,?my?full?name?
is?Jim?Allan?Green.?Green?is?my?family?name.?My?parents?gave?me?both?
of?my?other?names.

People?don't?use?their?middle?names?very?much.?So?"John?Henry?Brown"?
is?usually?called?"John?Brown".?People?never?use?Mr.?,?Mrs.?
or?Miss?before?their?first?names.?So?you?can?say?John?Brown,?or?Mr.?
Brown;?but?you?should?never?say?Mr.?John.?They?use?Mr.,?Mrs.?or?Miss?
with?the?family?name?but?never?with?the?first?name.

Sometimes?people?ask?me?about?my?name.?"When?were?you?born,?why?
did?your?parents?call?you?Jim?"?they?ask.?"Why?did?they?choose?
that?name?"?The?answer?is?they?didn't?call?me?Jim.?They?called?
me?James.?James?was?the?name?of?my?grandfather.?In?England,?people?usually?
call?me?Jim?for?short.?That's?because?it?is?shorter?and?easier?than?
James.
44.?Most?English?
people?have?_____?name(s).

A.?one?
B.?two?
C.?three?
D.?four
45.?_____is?
Jim's?family?name.

A.?Jim?
B.?Green?
C.?Allan?
D.?James
46.?English?
people?use?Mr.,?Mrs.?or?Miss?with?_____.

A.?the?family?name?
B.?the?first?name
C.?
the?middle?name?
D.?the?first?name?and?the?middle?name
47.?People?
usually?call?the?writer?Jim?instead?of?James?because

A.?it's?the?name?of?his?grandfather?
B.?it's?easier?for?people?to?call?him

C.?it's?the?name?that?his?parents?chose?for?him?D.?
it's?more?difficult?than?James

Passage?Four
It?
was?almost?two?o'?clock.?A?cold?wind?had?come?up?over?the?lake.?As?a?
black?cloud?moved?across?the?sun,?Walt,?a?small?boy,?looked?up.?"I?
smell?a?storm,"?he?thought.

Shorty,?a?man?of?forty,?had?gone?into?town.?He?had?said?he?would?be?
back?before?two.?He?had?told?Walt?to?watch?the?boats?and?the?shop.?There?
were?no?people?around.?They?had?all?gone?out?on?the?lake?to?fish.

So?Walt?went?to?work?on?one?of?the?boats.?From?there?he?could?hear?the?
telephone?if?it?rang.?And?he?could?watch?the?door.

It?was?a?little?after?two?when?the?stranger?came.?Walt?saw?him?stop?
by?the?shop.?The?stranger?looked?in?for?a?minute.?Then?he?went?down?
to?the?boats.?He?was?a?big?man?in?a?coat.

Walt?called?to?him,?"Do?you?want?something,?sir?"

The?stranger?looked?at?Walt?and?said,?"No,?thanks."?Then?the?
stranger?moved?slowly?away.?As?he?went?on,?he?looked?at?the?boats?one?
by?one.

Walt?sat?there?with?his?eyes?on?the?back?of?the?stranger's?coat.?He?
thought,"?I?can?smell?something?as?I?smell?that?storm.?I?hope?Shorty?
comes?back?soon."
48.?The?story-?
happened?_____.
A.?
on?the?lake?at?night?
B.?by?the?lake?in?the?afternoon
C.?
along?the?river?in?spring?
D.?near?the?river?in?summer
49.?Walt?stayed?
because?_____.
A.?
there?were?no?people?around
B.?
Shorty?had?gone?shopping
C.?
people?went?fishing?on?the?lake
D.?
Shorty?had?asked?him?to?watch?the?boats?and?the?shop
50.?Which?of?
the?following?is?true?
A.?
The?stranger?came?to?see?Walt.?
B.?Shorty?came?back?on?time.
C.?
Walt?worked?far?away?from?the?shop.?D.?Some?
people?lived?around?the?shop.
51.?At?the?
end?of?the?story?Walt?thought
A.?
the?stranger?would?not?return?again?
B.?Shorty?would?not?come?back?soon
C.?
trouble?might?happen?around?the?shop?D.?Shorty?would?lose?
his?life?in?the?storm.

Passage?Five
Mr.?
Brown?was?going?away?for?a?week.?Before?he?left,?he?said?to?his?son,?
"If?anyone?asks?for?me,?you?can?tell?him?that?your?father?has?been?
out?for?doing?something,?and?will?be?back?in?a?week,?then?be?sure?to?
ask?him?to?sit?down?for?a?cup?of?tea."

"OK,?Dad,"?said?his?son.?But?he?was?afraid?his?son?couldn't?
remember?this,?he?wrote?these?words?down?on?a?piece?of?paper?and?gave?
it?to?him.?His?son?put?it?into?his?small?pocket,?took?it?out?and?looked?
at?it?every?now?and?then.

Four?days?passed,?but?no?one?came?to?see?his?father.?The?boy?thought?
that?there?was?no?man?to?come?and?that?the?piece?of?paper?was?of?no?
more?use?for?him,?so?he?burnt?it?that?evening.

The?next?afternoon,?someone?knocked?at?the?door.?The?boy?opened?it.?
A?man?was?standing?at?the?door?and?said,?"Where?is?your?father?"?
the?boy?put?his?hand?into?his?pocket?at?once?and?looked?for?the?piece?
of?paper.?He?could?not?find?it.?He?suddenly?remembered?he?had?burnt?
it?so?he?shouted,?"No?more."

The?man?was?very?surprised.?He?asked,?"No?more.*?I?met?your?father?
last?week.?When?did?it?happen?"

"Burnt?yesterday?evening."
52.?Mr.?Brown?
told?his?son?that?_____.

A.?he?would?be?away?from?home?for?four?days

B.?he?would?be?back?in?seven?days

C.?he?would?be?back?in?a?month

D.?he?liked?a?cup?of?tea
53.?A?man?came?
to?visit?the?boy's?father?on?_____.

A.?the?second?day?
B.?the?third?day

C.?the?fourth?day?
D.?the?fifth?day
54.?The?man?
was?very?surprised?because?_____.

A.?he?thought?the?child's?father?was?dead

B.?the?child?didn't?ask?him?to?sit?down

C.?the?child?gave?him?a?cup?of?tea

D.?he?couldn't?find?that?piece?of?paper
55.?What?was?
burnt?

A.?The?piece?of?paper.?
B.?Mr.?Smith.

C.?The?visitor.?
D.?The?boy.

V.?Daily?
Conversation?(15?Points)
Directions:?
Pick?out?appropriate?expressions?from?the?eight?choices?below?and?complete?
the?following?dialogues?by?writing?the?corresponding?letter?on?the?Answer?
Sheet.

A.?At?4:30?in?the?afternoon.?
B.?Really??But?they're?so?different.?C.?No,?she?isn't.
D.?But?money?
can't?buy?happiness.?E.?To?stay?up?all?night.?
F.?He?says?so.
G.?Sorry,?
I'm?new?here.?
H.?To?stay?where?you?are.


56.?Henry:?
Your?sister?isn't?a?nurse,?is?she?

Alice:?__________?She?teaches?English?in?a?high?school.
57.?Bill:?Could?
you?tell?me?how?to?get?to?the?zoo?

Nancy:?__________
58.?Fred:?When?
do?you?usually?have?your?computer?class?

Jane:?__________
59.?George:?
Did?you?hear?that?Jane?and?John?are?gong?to?get?married?

Mary:?__________
60.?Pat:?When?
I?can?make?a?lot?of?money,?I'll?be?happy.

Arln:?__________
第Ⅱ卷(非选择题,共25分)

VI.?Writing?
(25?Points)
Directions:?
For?this?part,?you?are?supposed?to?write?an?E-mail?
in?about?100-120?words?according?to?the?information?given?in?Chinese?
below.?Remember?to?write?it?clearly?on?ANSWER?SHEET.
61.写封信给你的朋友Clad,他下周一下午4点将从另一个城市乘飞机来看你,内容包括:

(1)?不能去机场接站,向他表示歉意;

(2)?临时要出差(具体内容);

(3)?告诉他如何从机场来你家;
(4)?十分欢迎他到你家来。

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