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上海应用技术学院高职2015 —2016 学年第二学期

《大学英语 1》毕业清考

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Part I

1. The foreign visitor said that the hosts ______kind.

A. are

B. were

C. has been

D. was

2. There _____ means to contact those customers.

A. is

B. are

C. is a

D. are a

3. A number of sales _____ gave presentations to introduce their latest product at the conference.

A. people

B. persons

C. personnel

D. individuals

4. The manager demands that I meet five _____ at the exhibition tomorrow.

A. Australians

B. Australia

C. Australias

D. Australian

5. Hello, Robert Smith, it is _____ to see you.

A. the pleasures

B. pleasures

C. the pleasure

D. a pleasure

6. The desk clerk in the hotel gave me ______ .

A. two piece of paper

B. two piece of papers

C. two pieces of paper

D. two pieces of papers

7. —Hello, sir. May I help you?

—Yes, I forgot both of the ______ ; one for me and the other for my assistant.

A. rooms numbers

B. room numbers

C. room number

D. rooms number

8. Please fill _____ the form before you check_____ .

A. at; out

B. to; in

C. out; in

D. on; in

9. The guest presented _____ that a staff in the hotel had stolen her pack.

A. proof

B. proofs

C. prooves

D. proofes

10. A proper introduction should be made in a _____ manner.

A. profession

B. professional

C. professor

D. professionally

11. Above all, the program involved an ________ training course on an island.

A. eight week

B. eight week?s

C. eight-week D .eight-weeks

12. To travel in space, you will pay _______US dollars.

A. 4.5 million

B. 4.5 millions of

C. 4.5 millions about

D. 4.5 millions

13. During the _______ days guest can look out and see the entine earth with their own eyes.

A. third

B. three

C. threes

D. thirds

14. According to the passage, when the pod is in orbit 460 kms above the earth, the guest is going to

travel around the earth _______ .

A. each 80 minute

B. each 80 minutes?

C. every 80minutes?

D. every 80 minutes

15. ________ have shown interest in the space vacation.

A. More 200 people

B. 200 people more than

C. More than 200 peoples

D. More than 200 people

16. The satellite sent into space in _______ is in orbit _______ above earth.

A. the 1990s; 450 km

B. the 1990; 450 km

C. the 1990s; 450 kms

D. the 1990; 450 kms

17. Traveling in space, the guest will be able to see the sun rise ______ .

A. a day 15 time

B. a day 15 times

C.15 time a day

D. 15 times a day

18. A billionaire has given us _______ dollars to support this project.

A. three billions

B. three billion

C. billions of

D. more than three billions

19. The hotel offers a friendly _______ and personal service.

A. air

B. gas

C. atmosphere

D. weather

20 The annual _______ for the 2008 plan could run as high as $12.8 billion.

A. spend

B. charge

C. change

D. budget

Part II

Directions: There are ten incomplete sentences in this part. Fill in each blank on the Answer Sheet with the proper form of the words or phrases in parentheses.

21. It took him a while to adapt himself to _____(give) a presentation to the director every Friday.

22 Make sure that you send the ______(invite) to all the VIP guests.

23. He built up the business at the ______(expensive) of his own health.

24. The decoration (装修) and the furniture of the hotel lobby are ______(taste).

25. His wife made every effort to get her ______(immigrate) papers.

26. Her boss seemed ______(satisfy) with her progress.

27. Copies of the conference material were _____(distribute) free to each interpreter ahead of time.

28. Corporation like trading with their ______(counterpart) in other countries.

29. The ceremony is to start at 8:00 a.m. ______(schedule).

30. No one is aware of the fact that the logo does not _______(catch one?s eye/customer)

31. ________ (amazing), he really believes he?ll manage it on his own.

32. Promotion was almost ______ (auto) after having worked for two or three years in the company.

33. We cut the trees down to make the lake ________ (vision) from the house.

34. His secretary works _________ (efficient) at processing the data with special methods.

35. Business trends (趋势) are rapidly ______ (identify) by this system.

36. Due to lack of ________ (respond), we have had to cancel the event.

37. It is ________ (recognize) that the company has been slow to seize the opportunities available to it.

38. ______ (thank) my staff and volunteers for all those long hours and late nights, we finished the

design in time.

39. Her eyes suddenly ______ (fill) tears on hearing that she won the game.

40. The hotel rooms vary in size and are generally _______ (equip) a hairdryer, a television, and a

telephone.

Part III

Passage One

With the prices of gas rising and the wait in the security lines in the airport getting longer than ever, why not book your next vacation on a train? Train trips are comfortable, relaxing, and well organized. Here are some tips for making a trip by rail as pleasant as possible.

Plan ahead. Most long-distance trains, especially the sleeping car accommodations, sell out very quickly. That?s particularly true during the busy summer months. However, no matter when you travel, it?s a good idea to make your reservatio ns at least 90 days in advance (and ideally sooner than that).

Enlist (取得帮助) the assistance of a travel agent. Consider letting him or her double-check all the details, make suggestions, and then handle the actual reservations. A good one can sometimes work out a lower fare and will know some tricks of the trade, such as booking you in a sleeping car that?s right next to the diner so you won?t have to walk through several cars on a moving train three times a day for your meals.

Bring a blanket. If y ou?re riding in coach, you won?t get a free blanket, even if your trip is an overnight one. The temperature on a railway coach is hard to control, and in the summer in particular, the air conditioning can make people quite cold.

Arrive early. Most trains operate just once a day (and some run only three times a week), so missing yours can be a bad thing. During busy times, train tickets are often sold out, so you might have to wait even longer than 24 hours to catch the next one. Notice whether the times listed on the schedules are departure times or arrival times.

41. Train trips are ________.

A. expensive

B. comfortable and relaxing

C. not easily organized

D. tiring

42. What does the word “one” mean in the Paragraph 3?

A. a sleeping car

B. a train C . a travel agent D. a schedule

43. Which of the following statements is TRUE?

A. It?s not urgent to make a reservation before a train trip.

B. If you miss a trip, you can catch the next one soon.

C. In summer, you don?t have to bring a blanket.

D. A good travel agent can save you money.

Passage Two

A mother in Myanmar (缅甸) says her baby girl?s 12 fingers and 14 toes have been no disadvantage—her grasp may even be stronger than normal—and now she?s grasping for a Guinness World Record (吉尼斯世界纪录).

Phyo Min Soe, 26, knew her girl Le Yati Min had a little something extra since nearly the moment she was born. “I asked the nurses whether my kid was born complete with hands and legs,” say s her mother. “They replied that the baby even has more than she needs.”

Le lives with her family in a small wooden house on the outskirts of the Southeast Asian country?s former capital of Yangon, where she runs around with seven toes on each foot.

Proud mom Phyo Min Soe said Tuesday that she?d be happy to see Le gain a world record, but even without that, her daughter already has a happy life, and even some natural advantages. “She seems to have a stronger grip (紧握) on things—so she doesn?t drop things much,” she says, as Le plays nearby with a mobile phone.

Now, the 16-month-old girl?s family is very poor and Myanmar is seeking a Guinness World Record to improve their financial situation. According to the Guinness World Records website, the record for most fingers and toes for a living person is currently held by two people in India, who have 12 fingers and 13 toes each.

Dr. Craig Camasta, a surgeon in Atlanta, Georgia, said many parents of babies with extra fingers or

toes choose to have an operation to get rid of the extra fingers or toes to avoid social problem, but “It?s not necessary that the extra fingers or toes be emoved,” the doctor said.

44. Le Yati Min is a girl _______.

A. who is 26 years old

B. with 12 fingers and 13 toes

C. with 12 fingers and 14 toes

D. who lives with her family in Yangon

45. Which one of the following statements is TRUE?

A. The Guinness World Record for most fingers and toes for a living person has been held by two

Indian people so far.

B. The people with extra fingers or toes can be looked down upon by others.

C. The young mother is upset to her daughter.

D. Dr. Craig Camasta suggests that the extra fingers or toes must be removed.

46.What?s the girl?s condition like?

A. Her family is poor.

B. Her family has got a Guinness World Record.

C. She is quite sad about her extra fingers and toes.

D. She can?t walk well because of her extra toes.

Passage Three

Broadcast technicians set up, operate, and maintain equipment that regulates (调节) the signal strength, clarity, and range of sounds and colors of radio or television broadcasts. They also operate control panels (控制面板) to select the source of the material. Technicians may switch from one camera or studio to another, from film to live programming, or from network to local programming.

The best way to prepare for a broadcast and sound engineering technician job is to obtain technical school, community college, or college training in electronics, computer networking, or broadcast technology.

Beginners learn skills on the job from experienced technicians and supervisors. They often begin their careers in small stations and, once experienced, move on to larger ones. Large stations usually hire only technicians with experience. Many employers pay tuition and expenses for courses or seminars (研讨会) to help technicians keep abreast (跟上,不落后) of developments in the field.

Broadcast and sound engineering technicians and radio operators must have smart hands and a talent for working with electrical, electronic, and mechanical systems and equipment. A college degree in engineering is needed in order to become a chief engineer at a large television station.

47. Broadcast technicians will not be responsible for ___________.

A. making radio broadcasting equipment ready for use

B. purchasing broadcasting equipment

C. controlling electrical equipment

D. maintaining broadcasting equipment

48. Broadcast technicians should get training concerning ________ .

A. computer networking

B. program directing

C. film performing

D. program presenting

49. We learn from Paragraph 3 that _______.

A. many broadcast technicians pay tuition and expenses for courses by themselves

B. in the field of broadcasting engineering, knowledge need not be updated

C. many beginners often begin their careers in large stations

D. large stations usually hire experienced technicians

50. Broadcast engineering technicians need NOT have the qualification of ________.

A. smart hands

B. co-working with a chief engineer

C. ability of working with equipment

D. a college degree

Passage Four

Human-powered transport is the transport of people and/or goods using human muscle-power (肌肉的力量), in the form of walking, running, and swimming. Modern technology has allowed machines to strengthen human power. Human-powered transport remains popular for reasons of cost-saving, leisure, physical exercise, and environmentalism. Human-powered transport is sometimes the only type available, especially in underdeveloped or unreachable regions. It is considered an ideal form of transportation.

Although humans are able to walk without roads, transport can be strengthened through the use

of roads, especially when reenforcing (增强) human power with vehicles, such as bicycles. umanpowered vehicles have also been developed for difficult environments such as snow and water, by skiing and rowing boats; even the air can be entered with human-powered boats.

Animal-powered transport is the use of draft animals for the movement of people and goods. Humans may ride some of the animals, use them as pack animals for carrying goods, or harness (驾驭) them, alone or in teams, to pull sleds (雪橇) or wheeled vehicles.

Animals are superior to people in their speed, endurance (耐力) and carrying capacity. Before the Industrial Revolution, they were used for all land transport considered impractical for people, and they remain an important mode of transport in less developed areas of the world.

51. According to the passage, which is NOT the reason for the popularity of human-powered transport?

A. Human-powered transport can save costs.

B. Human-powered transport is a kind of physical exercise.

C. Human-powered transport is beneficial to environmental protection.

D. Human-powered transport is the only form of transportation in unreachable regions.

52. Compared with people, animals __________.

A. have lower speed

B. have less endurance

C. have longer endurance

D. have less carrying capacity

Passage Five

Ask most people to describe meetings at work, and the adjectives they might use include “boring,”“long,” and “worthless”.

However, becoming a meeting master isn?t the equivalent of searching for the fountain (泉水) of youth. Just remember a few guidelines: provide attendees with a schedule that includes the mission of the meeting at the top, stick to a time limit, and have a decision-making process in place so the items discussed get accomplished (完成). The most important rule: cancel (取消) the meeting if you cannot think of an actual problem to solve or decision that needs to be made.

Perhaps the most scolded (批评) workplace get-together is the weekly staff meeting. They tend

to be longer than necessary, unstructured, and boring. More often than not, they?re completely useless, says Glenn Parker, co-author of Meeting Excellence: 33 Tools to Lead Meetings That Get Results. “The phrase we hear over and over again is, …It was a waste of time,?” says Parker. “People feel there was no purpose other than, …It?s Tuesday morning, it?s 9 a.m., so it?s time for the regular staff meeting.?”

Parker says it?s a common problem that some people in a meeting don?t really need to be there. One solution: if some people only need an update, don?t force them to attend a long meeting—send an e-mail update instead.

Another Parker suggestion: Start and end meetings at odd times. Meaning, instead of calling for a meeting at 2:30, starts it at 2:34. “It gets people?s attention,” he says. “It?s another way of adding fun and spirit” to a meeting.

53. Which of the following statements does NOT follow the guideline mentioned in the passage?

A. Provide the schedule of the meeting for attendees.

B. Extend the meeting without informing attendees in advance.

C. Have a decision-making process.

D. There is an actual problem to solve in the meeting.

54. Parker states that ________.

A. it?s common that some people in a meeting don?t need to be there

B. people who need an update should attend a long meeting

C. meetings must be started at odd times

D. time limit should be stuck to

55. The best title for the passage is ________.

A. How to Hold a Great Meeting

B. How Do People Think of a Meeting

C. How to Get People?s Attention in a Meeting

D. How to Hold a Weekly Staff Meeting

Part IV Translation

56.There is some evidence that the economy is recovering in this country.

A. 有迹象表明,在这个国家人们正在恢复经济。

B. 在这个国家有证据说明它的经济正在恢复。

C. 这个国家的经济正在复苏的证据在这里。

D. 有迹象表明,这个国家的经济正在复苏。

57. I?d like to go to America to do graduate work in medicine.

A. 我会去美国读医科研究生。

B. 我想去美国读医科研究生。

C. 我会在美国毕业从事医学。

D. 我想在美国毕业从事医学。

58. The educational budget for the coming year is about $5 billion.

A. 来年教育方面的预算约为50亿美元。

B. 来年教育方面的预算约为5亿美元。

C. 过去一年的教育预算约为50亿美元。

D. 过去一年的教育预算约为5亿美元。

59. 这个国家的每个人都有权生活在他想生活的地方,不管肤色如何。

A. Every man in this country has the right to live where he wants to without the color of his skin.

B. Every man in this country has the right to live where he wants to, no matter what the color of

his skin.

C. Every man in this country has the right to live where he wants to, regardless of the color of his

skin.

D. Every man in this country has the right to live where he wants to, regarding of the color of his

skin.

60. 我打算充分利用这次旅行去购物。

A. I intend to take full advantage of this trip to go shopping.

B. I plan take full advantage of this trip to go shopping.

C. I intend to take full use of this trip to go shopping.

D. I plan make full use to this trip to go shopping.

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上海应用技术学院高职2015—2016学年第二学期

《大学英语 1》毕业清考答题纸

班级:学号:姓名:

我已阅读了有关的考试规定和纪律要求,愿意在考试中遵守《考场规则》,如有违反将愿接受相应的处理。

毕业清考1

试卷共10 页,请先查看试卷有无缺页,然后答题。

Part I.

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