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云南财经大学成人教育

云南泛亚学院函授点《英语》试卷(B卷)

20 — 20 学年第学期教师:

函授点:专业:

班级:姓名:

注意:答案要求写在答题纸上,所以试卷上就不要再留答题间距。

I. Fill in the blanks with the right form of the words. (10%)

英语B试卷

1.This is a very ____ judgement of her abilities.

2. We ____ that he had learned six languages in a short time.

3.The hot sun made him ____ seeat.

4.The actress ____ in all the attention She gets from the media .

5.They have hostile ____ towards us.

6.He lacks ____ in himself.

7.Sculpture is a ____ art form.

8.My ____ is exhausted. 9.I ____ hope you’ll come with us.

10.He ____ accepted an invitation to dinner.

II. Reading Comprehension (20%)

Directions: There are 2 passages in this part. Each passage is followed by some questions or unfinished statements. For each of them there are four choices marked A, B, C,

and D. You should decide on the best choice and mark the corresponding letter

on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center.

Questions 11 to 15 are based on the following passage.

Nursing at Beth Israel Hospital produces the best patient care possible. If we are to solve the nursing shortage, hospital administration and doctors everywhere would do well to follow Beth Israel’s example.

At Beth Israel each patient is assigned to a primary nurse who visits at length with the patient and constructs a full-scale health account that covers everything from his medical history to his emotional state. Then she writes a care plan centered on the patient’s illness but which also includes everything else that is necessary.

The primary nurse stays with the patient through the hospitalization, keeping track with his progress and seeking further advice from his doctor. If a patient at Beth Israel is not responding to treatment, it is not uncommon for his nurse to propose another approach to his

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doctor. What the doctor at Beth Israel has in the primary nurse is a true colleague.

Nursing at Beth Israel also involves a decentralized(分散的) nursing administration. Every floor, every unit is a self-contained organization. There are nurse-managers instead of head nurses. In addition to their medical duties they do all their own hiring and dismissing, employee advising, and they make salary recommendations. Each unit’s nurses decide among themselves who will work what shifts and when.

Beth Israel’s nurse-in-chief ranks as an equal with other vice presidents of the hospital. She is also a member of the Medical Executive Committee, which in most hospitals includes only doctors.

11. Which of the following best characterizes the main feature of the nursing system at Beth

Israel Hospital?

A. The doctor gets more active professional support from the primary nurse.

B. Each patient is taken care of by a primary nurse day and night.

C. The primary nurse writes care plans for every patient.

D. The primary nurse keeps records of the patient’s health conditions every day.

12. It can be inferred from the passage that_________.

A. compared with other hospitals nurses at Beth Israel Hospital are more patient

B. in most hospitals patient care is inadequate from the professional point of view

C. in most hospitals nurses get low salaries

D. compared with other hospitals nurses have to work longer hours at Beth Israel Hospital

13. A primary nurse can propose different approach of treatment when_________.

A. the present one is refused by the patient

B. the patient complains about the present one

C. the present one proves to be ineffective

D. the patient is found unwilling to cooperate

14. The main difference between a nurse-manager and a head nurse is that the

former________.

A. is a member of the Medical Executive Committee of the hospital

B. has to arrange the work shifts of the unit’s nurses

C. can make decisions concerning the medical treatment of a patient

D. has full responsibility in the administration of the unit’s nurses

15. The author’s attitude towards the nursing system at Beth Israel Hospital is_________.

A. negative

B. neutral

C. critical

D. positive

Questions 16 to 20 are based on the following passage.

The quality of university life is declining under strain from the higher education, leading independent schools in Britain complaining. The warning followed survey of the impressions of campus life gained by students of school. Poor interviewing of the applicants, infrequent contacts with tutors, worries over student safety, and even complaint over the food were all

seen as symptoms of the pressure on universities. Head teachers said that standards could well drop if the squeeze on universities budgets continued. A survey was carried out because of fears that the level of green area in universities had declined. A great number of student suicides had raised concerns among head teachers.

Although most of the 6,000 students surveyed were enjoying university life, almost a third were less than satisfied with their course. About one in ten had serious financial problems and some give alarming accounts of conditions around their halls of their residence. Incidents mentioned included a fatal stabbing and shooting outside a hall of residence, the petrol bombing of cars near another residence, and two racist attacks. Nine percent of women and seven percent of men rated security as unsatisfactory in the area where they lived. Stanford University had the lowest satisfaction rating. Lancaster and Kinston universities were rated the safest.

The survey confirmed head teachers’ fears about contact between students and tutors slipping, with a quarter of the students seeing their tutors only every three weeks. New students, used to regular contact with their teachers, found it hard to adapt to the change. Interview techniques were a cause for concern, with the school calling for more training of the university staff involved in admissions. Some headmasters complained that interviews were increasingly “odd”. One greeted an applicant by throwing him an apple. Another interview lasted only three minutes. About a quarter of the students found the workload at university heavier than they had expected. Imperial College London, Oxford, and Cambridge universities registered by far the highest workload. There were differences between subjects, with architectures, engineering, veterinary science, medicine and some science subjects demanding the most work. Veterinary science was nevertheless the most popular subject, followed by physiotherapy and history of art. General engineering, economics, computing and sociology were the least popular. The survey also confirmed that previous concerns about possible racial prejudice in admissions to medical courses. Applicants with names suggesting an ethnic minority background had been rejected with qualifications as good as successful white candidates.

16. According to the passage, the main problem existing in the interview of admission is that _______.

A. the interviewers often greeted the applicants by throwing an apple

B. the interviewers spent only a few minutes interviewing an applicant

C. the interviewers were not knowledgeable to interview the applicants

D. the interviewers lack enough training and interview techniques

17. From the passage, we can learn that________.

A. most students surveyed were satisfied with university life

B. many head teachers were killed by the students in university

C. veterinary science was popular for its workload was light

D. students were worried about the squeeze on university budgets

18. From the passage, we can see that the author’s description of the quality of university life

in Britain is ________.

A. objective

B. subjective

C. pessimistic

D. arbitrary

19. Among the following, which is the proper statement of the status of the students’ security?

A. Fatal stabbing and shooting often happened outside the hall of residence

B. The students in British were so worried about their security in university

C. Students were often watchful against people around their halls of residence

D. The status of students’ security in Stanford University might be awful

20. From the passage, we can infer that in high school, students ________.

A. were never worried about their security

B. had regular contact with their tutors

C. were often dissatisfied with their course

D. were worried about their entrance exam

III. Vocabulary and Structure (30%)

Directions: There are 30 incomplete sentences in this part. For each sentence there are four choices marked A), B), C)and D). Choose the ONE answer that best completes the sentence. Then mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center. 21. _____ is a good meal and a good rest.

A. That you real need

B. What you really need

C. How you are really needing

D. What you are really needed

22. By next June, she ______ here for five years.

A. will study

B. has been studying

C. will have been studying

D. had studied

23. Many of the world’s great novels are reported _____ into films last year.

A. being made

B. having been made

C. to be made

D. to have been made

24. If you _____ to see Mary, what would you tell her?

A. are

B. will be going

C. were

D. must

25. He was _____ to tell the truth.

A. too much of a coward

B. too much coward

C. a coward enough

D. enough of coward

26. I got 90 ________ on the intelligence test.

A. scores

B. mark

C. points

D. grades

27. When I was young. I ________ a room _______my brother.

A. shared, with

B. separated, with

C. lived, with

D. divided, by

28. It' s not quite ________that he will come.

A. sure

B. certain

C. right

D. exact

29. Skimming helps _______your reading speed.

A. increase

B. Decrease

C. reduce

D. develop

30. The new inventions will ________ great changes in our school.

A. lead to

B. get to

C. prove to be

D. take over

31. The Red Army ______ 25,000 Li on the Long March.

A. journeyed

B. ran

C. flew

D. covered

32. He kept looking back because he was afraid of ________.

A. Following

B. being followed

C. having followed

D. having been followed

33. He finally ________ in reaching the top of the mountain.

A. achieved

B. enabled

C. managedb

D. succeeded

34. The management is worse because the regulations have not been_________carried out .

A. effectively

B. enough

C. efficient ly

D. definitely

35. The bottle is too small _____hold so much water.

A. to

B. that

C. not to

D. as

36. All of them had a ball at the party. "Had a ball" means _____.

A. enjoyed themselves

B. held a ball in their hands

C. enjoyed themselves

D. played the ball

37. It is quite some years since I ________ him.

A know B. got to know C. knew D. had known

38. You can borrow my dictionary ________ you return it to me before 10.

A. Unless

B. as soon as

C. until

D. if

39. I heard our teacher was ill_______.

A. or nothing

B. or everything

C. or something

D. or anything

40. You overslept this morning. You______ your alarm clock.

A. should set

B. must set

C. should have set

D. must have set

41. I wish he ________ earlier. He’s late for work every day.

A. would get up

B. getup

C. will get up

D. should get up

42. If there is enough time, I want to___________ the city before dark.

A. look around

B. look on

C. look for

D. look up

43. We have lessons every day _______ on Sunday.

A. except for

B. except

C. apart

D. besides

44. This is the only success I have ________ since I graduated from college.

A. achieved

B. taken

C. finished

D. done

45. I can't ______the time for it.

A. afford

B. take

C. spend

D. cost

46. ______ his age, he is unable to take the job.

A. Considering

B. Thinking

C. Comparing

D. Judging

47. How I longed for the power to unsay my tactless words ".Unsay" here means

A. not say

B. take hack

C. keep from saying

D. admit

48. I'm very lucky ____the women in the old days.

A. comparing with

B. comparing to

C. compared with

D. compared from

49. Never __________such a marvellous place as the Great Wall before I got there.

A. did I see

B. had I seen

C. I saw

D. I had seen

50. He paused _______ he had found a difficulty.

A. so that

B. even though

C. now that

D. as if

IV. Translation (20%)

Section A :Translate the following sentences from English into Chinese.

51. The world won’t end if you don’t pass a test, so don’t worry excessively about a single test.

52. From the second floor flat she could see the postman when he came down the street, and the little boy from the ground floor brought up her letters on the rare occasions when anything came. 53. Few pastimes bring a family closer together than gathering around and listening to mother or father read a good story

54. There was great excitement on the planet of Venus last week.

55. That magazine story, and the person who wrote it, I have never been able to track down. Section B :Translate the following sentences from Chinese into English.

56. 在当今时代,人们越来越多地依靠计算机来解决各种各样的难题。

57. 国庆节要到了,咱们把寝室彻底打扫一下吧。

58. 他病了一个月左右,这使他在学习上耽误了很多。

59. 吉姆本想按照自己的判断行事,但他没有这样做,因为作为军人他得服从命令。

60. 猎人一看见有只狐狸从树丛中出现并向他设下的陷阱方向跑去,脸上顿时闪出了兴奋的表情。

V. Writing (20 marks)

Directions: For this part, you are allowed 30 minutes to write a short essay on the topic of To Get along with Your Roommates. You should write at least 120 words following the outline given below.

1. 室友之间的冲突在校园里常有发生;

2. 冲突的主要原因;

3. 室友之间如何和睦相处。