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绍兴文理学院本科函授《英语写作》考试试卷

专业学号姓名成绩

I. Point out the fragments in the following sentences: 10%

1. Then he attended Hillside Junior High. A school that was a bad experience.

2. Professor Wang lectured for half an hour without taking his eyes off his notes. Like Prof. Liu, he did not encourage students’ questions.

3. For each category, a wide range of patterns to choose from. It was hardly possible to distinguish between them.

4. Some of these fellows would go into the restaurant for a steak dinner and a few glasses of beer. After this meal, they were ready to set out.

5. In the seventh grade every young boy goes out for football. To prove to himself and his parents that he is a man.

6. She opened the door and let us into her home. Not realizing at the time that we would never enter that door in her home again.

7. As New Year draws near, I find myself looking back into my childhood days at the happy times of snowball fights. To think about this makes me happy.

8. Making up his mind quickly. Jim ordered two dozen red roses for his wife. Hoping she would accept his apology.

9. They were all having a good time. Until one of Joe’s best friends had the bad news to tell.

10. The small, one-story houses are all the same size and style. With no difference except the color.

II. Read the following information about Lincoln and rearrange the sentences in chronological order: 10%

1. When Lincoln was eight years old, his father lost most of his land in Kentucky.

2. Lincoln’s mother died when he was nine years old.

3. When Lincoln was nine, his stepmother persuaded his father that Abraham should begin to go to school.

4. Lincoln was born in Kentucky.

5. He started school, but it was soon closed.

6. The first winter they spent in Indiana they lived in a house with only three walls; the fourth side was open for a fire.

7. Lincoln’s family moved to Indiana after his father’s bankruptcy.

III. Revise the following summary produced by a student to bring its length down to below 80 words: 20%

Ideas concerning poverty have changed. Under Social Darwinism it was thought that families were self-sufficient and should be able to take care of themselves. Those who needed help were grudgingly given some relief as a temporary necessity. However, at the turn of the century, there was uneasiness concerning the possible spread of beggary. The “poor”were viewed as a potentially dangerous class and were seen as different from the “Paupers.”“Paupers” were those

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