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2012年成人高考专升本《英语》最后冲刺试卷(5)-中大网校

2012年成人高考专升本《英语》最后冲刺试卷(5)-中大网校

2012年成人高考专升本《英语》最后冲刺试卷(5) 总分:150分及格:90分考试时间:150分

语音知识

(1)

A. language

B. anxious

C. thank

D. winter

(2)

A. Russian

B. racial

C. special

D. industrial

(3)A. order B. corner C. forty D. visitor

(4)

A. November

B. monkey

C. nobody

D. notice

(5)

A. that

B. apple

C. black

D. afternoon

词汇与语法知识

(1)Mr.Lamb did not know _______ he should renew the lease (租约) or not.

A. what

B. whether

C. if

D. which

(2)More college graduates would like to work in____west part of country____next year.

A. the; the

B. /; /

C. /; the

D. the; /

(3)-- Have you moved into the new house?-- Not yet.The room __.

A. is being painted

B. are painting

C. are painted

D. are being painted

(4)---It seems that she is thinking about something.---Yes, she cannot remember what key she ____ to her computer.

A. set

B. B .has set

C. C .had set

D. sets

(5)1 was on the point of going to bedMr.Zhang rang.

A. as

B. when

C. while

D. and

(6)Five hundred yuan a week enough to live on.

A. is

B. are

C. is being

D. has been

(7)David may ________ , but we must go at once.

A. stay late

B. stay lately

C. stay a little

D. have stayed very late

(8)"How many presidents were there before Abraham Lincoln?""Fifteen, so he was ______."

A. the sixteen president

B. the sixteenth president

C. president sixteen

D. president the sixteenth

(9)There is a big tree____the house.

A. in the front of

B. in front of

C. in front

D. at class

(10) -- Where do you think ______ he ______ the computer? --- Sorry.I have no idea.

A. has; bought

B. 不填; bought

C. did; buy

D. 不填; buys

(11)You lookyou haven’t eaten for a week.

A. though

B. so that

C. while

D. as if

(12)“Rex told me you have moved.”“Yes, into a _______.”

A. two-storey house

B. house of two story

C. house of two stories

D. two-stories house

(13)I have some difficulties __these words.Would you mind __ me your dictionary?

A. understanding, lending

B. to understand, to lend

C. to understand, lending

D. understanding, to lend

2012年成人高考专升本《英语》最后冲刺试卷(5)-中大网校

(14)Who is that man, in the front row?

A. one

B. the one

C. first

D. the first

(15)Seven years have passedI came to America.

A. since

B. from

C. for

D. when

完型填空

(1)根据以下资料,回答{TSE}题。

2012年成人高考专升本《英语》最后冲刺试卷(5)-中大网校

2012年成人高考专升本《英语》最后冲刺试卷(5)-中大网校

p eaceful solutions to other religious, ethnic and national conflicts around the world.{TS}请在第_______处填上正确答案。

A. award

B. accept

C. pass

D. refuse

(2)请在第_______处填上正确答案。

A. violent

B. messy

2012年成人高考专升本《英语》最后冲刺试卷(5)-中大网校

C. peaceful

D. proper

(3)请在第_______处填上正确答案。

A. problem

B. conflict

C. contribution

D. work

(4)请在第_______处填上正确答案。

A. consistent

B. confident

C. proud

D. modest

(5)请在第_______处填上正确答案。

A. job

B. idea

C. opinion

D. work

(6)请在第_______处填上正确答案。

A. written

B. signed

C. acted

D. agreed

(7)请在第_______处填上正确答案。

A. person

B. leader

C. one

D. part

(8)请在第_______处填上正确答案。

A. fame

B. life

C. eye

D. courage

2012年成人高考专升本《英语》最后冲刺试卷(5)-中大网校

(9)请在第_______处填上正确答案。

A. country

B. society

C. agreement

D. days

(10)请在第_______处填上正确答案。

A. taken

B. walked

C. past

D. stopped

(11)请在第_______处填上正确答案。

A. complain

B. weaken

C. emphasize

D. buy

(12)请在第_______处填上正确答案。

A. facts

B. contributions

C. truth

D. efforts

(13)请在第_______处填上正确答案。

A. says

B. notices

C. remembers

D. expresses

(14)请在第_______处填上正确答案。

A. afraid

B. kindly

C. seem

D. only

2012年成人高考专升本《英语》最后冲刺试卷(5)-中大网校

(15)请在第_______处填上正确答案。

A. strongly

B. lengthen

C. inspire

D. envy

阅读理解

(1)The MIS finally received recognition __.

A. during President Kennedy's term

B. fifty years later

C. ten years ago

D. last year from President Clinton

(2)Gayle Yamada's new film is entitled __.

A. Pearl Harbor

B. The Winds of War

C. Uncommon Courage

D. The Greatest Generation

(3)Writer hopes that a new movie won't __.

A. make people love war

B. cause anger toward Americans

C. be a popular film

D. plant seeds of racism

(4)根据以下资料,回答{TSE}题。Japan bombed Pearl Harbor in 1941.The United States was mad at the Japanese so they made many Japanese-Americans leave their homes.They were put in camps with barbed wire around the outside of the camps.Many Japanese-American young men were called into the army.Some of them joined the US Military Intelligence Service or MIS.The MIS was a secret group that fought the Japanese soldiers.This secret group translated important maps and papers.They questioned Japanese prisoners.Another task they did was to translate diaries written in Japanese.Sometimes Japanese soldiers hid in caves to hide from the Americans.The MIS would try to get the scared soldiers to leave the caves.This was known as "cave flushing." Some of the soldiers would give up and leave the caves.Other Japanese would jump to their deaths.The MIS never got awards for their efforts until the year 2000.Then they were rewarded for their brave acts in World War II.It took almost sixty years for them to be honored.Gayle Yamada has made a film about the brave Japanese-American MIS.The film is called "Uncommon Courage" and is a true story.Hopefully, Yamada's film and the movie, "Pearl Harbor," will not cause people to hate Japanese-Americans or any other

2012年成人高考专升本《英语》最后冲刺试卷(5)-中大网校

race.{TS}The letters MIS stood for

A. Missing Infantry Soldiers

B. Military Intelligence Service

C. Military Intelligence Soldiers

D. Military Infamy Service

(5)根据以下资料,回答{TSE}题。To us it seems so natural to put up an umbrella to keep the water off when it rains.But actually the umbrella was not invented as protection against rain.Its first use was as a shade against the sun.Nobody knows who first invented it, but the umbrella was used in very ancient times.Probably the first to use it were the Chinese, way back in the eleventh century B.C.We know that the umbrella was used in ancient Egypt and Babylon as a sunshade.And there was a strange thing connected with its use: it became a symbol of honor and authority.In the Far East in ancient times, the umbrella was allowed to be used only by royalty or by those in high office.In Europe, the Greeks were the first to use the umbrella as a sunshade.And the umbrella was in common use in ancient Greece.But it is believed that the first persons in Europe to use the umbrella as protection against the rain were the ancient Romans. During the Middle Ages, the use of the umbrella practically disappeared.Then it appeared again in Italy in the late sixteenth century.And again it was considered a symbol of power and authority.By 1680, The umbrella appeared in France, and later on in England.By the eighteenth century, the umbrella was used against rain throughout most of Europe.Umbrellas have not changed much in style during all this time, though they have become much lighter in weight.It wasn't until the twentieth century that women's umbrellas began to be made, in a whole variety of colors.{TS}The first use of umbrella was as __.

A. protection against rain

B. a shade against the sun

C. a symbol of power

D. a symbol of honor

(6)The umbrella was used only by royalty or those in high office __.

A. in Europe in the eighteenth century

B. in ancient Egypt and Babylon

C. in the Far East in ancient times

D. during the Middle Ages

(7)According to the passage, which of the following is NOT true?

A. Women enjoy using umbrellas with various kinds of colors nowaday

B. The inventor of the umbrella is unknow

C. Once ordinary people had no right to use umbrell

D. Umbrellas were popular and cheap in ancient time

2012年成人高考专升本《英语》最后冲刺试卷(5)-中大网校

(8)Which of the following is the best title for the passage?

A. The Invention of Umbrell

B. The History of Umbrell

C. Umbrella -- A Symbol of Hono

D. Who Used Umbrella First?

(9)Which of the following do you think is the best title for this passage?

A. Social Customs and Behaviou

B. Social Lif

C. American and British Custom

D. Promptness Is Importan

(10)According to the text, the best host

A. tries his best to make his guests feel comfortable

B. makes his guests feel excited

C. tries to avoid being naughty to his guests

D. tries to avoid being foolish

(11)The writer of this article may agree with which of the following?

A. The guest who ate his peas with a knif

B. The other guests who were amused or shocke

C. The host who picked up his knife and began eating in the same wa

D. None of the abov

(12)根据以下资料,回答{TSE}题。Social customs and ways of behaving change.Things which were considered impolite many years ago are now acceptable.Just a few years ago, it was considered impolite behaviour for a man to smoke on the street.No man who thought of himself as being a gentleman would make a fool of himself by smoking when a lady was in a room. Customs are also different from country to country.Does a man walk on the left or the right of a woman in your country? Or doesn't it matter? What about table manner? Should you use both hands when you are eating?The Americans and the British not only speak the same language but also share a large number of social customs.For example, in both America and England people shake hands when they meet each other for the first time.Also, most Englishmen will open a door for a woman or offer their seat to a woman, and so will most Americans.Promptness is important both in England and in America.That is, if a dinner invitation is for 7 o'clock, the dinner guest either arrives close to that time or calls up to explain his delay.The important thing to remember about social customs is not to do anything that might make other people feel uncomfortable -- especially if they are your guests.There is an old story about a man who gave a dinner party.When the food was served, one of the guests started to eat his peas with a knife.The other guests were amused or shocked, but the host calmly picked up his knife and began eating in

2012年成人高考专升本《英语》最后冲刺试卷(5)-中大网校

the same way.It would have been bad manners to make his guest feel foolish or uncomfortable.{TS}"Bad manners" in the last sentence means __.

A. ugly

B. dishonest

C. impolite

D. shameful

(13)根据以下资料,回答{TSE}题。Scotland provides superb opportunities to enjoy wild and grand scenery which is even more impressive than the postcards suggest.It also offers towns and cities with a rich cultural life, a good mix of accommodation and places to eat and drink.Friendly and welcoming, it is an interesting and colorful all-season destination, where landscapes and the environment, sport and leisure pursuits, heritage and history, culture and cuisine are all part of a rewarding experience.The best reason for choosing to go on holiday to Scotland is: one of the last places inside the crowded and frenetic European Union where it is possible to be alone isolated countryside.This is not to say that Scotland, like everywhere else, does not have its tourist traps, its crowded roads or its popular beauty spots.But it is relatively easy to escape from them.It would be a mistake to think that Scotland is merely an extension of England.Indeed, no attitude is capable of causing greater offence to the Scots.They successfully resisted English attempts at domination for seven hundred years, and many differences between the two countries persist.Scotland's history, embodied in its castles, battlefields, and ancient links with France, Flanders and Scandinavia, is special.{TS}Scotland is __.

A. full of lively towns and cities

B. similar to many other countries in Europe

C. as impressive as postcards suggest

D. good for sports

(14)In Scotland, tourists __.

A. are always alone in the country

B. can easily get away from crowds and traffic

C. get trapped in popular beauty spots

D. can be lost in such countryside

(15)When you say that Scotland is like England, the Scottish __.

A. feel insulted

B. are offended

C. are amused

D. feel shocked

(16)Scotland

A. was dominated by England for seven hundred years

2012年成人高考专升本《英语》最后冲刺试卷(5)-中大网校

B. dominated England for seven hundred years

C. kept out English invaders for seven hundred years

D. became part of England for seven hundred years

(17)Which statement is not mentioned in the passage?

A. Tips are not usually included in the total chec

B. A 15 percent tip in large cities indicates satisfactory servic

C. People tip waiters and waitresse

D. People always put tips on the tabl

(18)What do American people always do when servings are too large for them?

A. They take the food home with a doggie bag for their dog

B. They leave the food on the table and go awa

C. They take the food home with a doggie bag and enjoy the food late

D. They ask the waitress or waiter to keep the food for the

(19)Sunday dinner is ~

A. a dinner in the evening

B. a big noon meal

C. a big meal on Sunday

D. a supper on Sunday

(20)根据以下资料,回答{TSE}题。In the US, people prefer waiting for a table to sitting with people they don't know.This means a hostess may not seat a small group until a small table is available, even if a large one is.If you are sitting at a table with people you don't know, it is impolite to light up a cigarette without first asking if it will disturb them.At American restaurants and coffee shops you are usually served tap water before you order.You may find the bread and butter is free, and if you order coffee, you may get a free refill.Most cities and towns have no roles about opening and closing times for stores or restaurants, though they usually do make rules for bars.Especially in large cities, stores may be open 24 hours a day.Servings in restaurants are often large, too large for many people.If you can't finish your meal but would like to enjoy the food later, ask your waitress or waiter for a "doggie bag".It may have a picture of a dog on it, but everybody knows you are taking food for yourself.Supper and dinner are both words for the evening meal.Some people have "Sunday dinner".This is an especially big noon meal.Tips are not usually added to the check.They are not included in the price of the meal, either.A tip of about 15% is expected and you should leave it on the table when you leave.In some restaurants, a check is brought on a plate and you put your money there.Then the waiter or waitress brings you your change.{TS}Which statement is true?

A. American people like sitting with people they don't kno

B. A hostess always seats a small group at a large tabl

2012年成人高考专升本《英语》最后冲刺试卷(5)-中大网校

C. American people never sit with people they don't kno

D. American people would not light a cigarette if the people who sit at the same table mind their smokin

补全对话

(1)――Excuse me,could you tell me if there is a hospital near here? ――____

A. Yes,why no

B. no,I couldn'

C. Sorry,I'm a stranger here mysel

D. My pleasur

(2)―Good luck with your journey.――

A. Don't mention i

B. The same to yo

C. Thanks a lot

D. Is that true?

(3)――I'm afraid I can't finish the book within this week.――____

A. Please go ahea

B. That's righ

C. Not at al

D. Take your tim

(4)――I'm looking for a shirt for my father.――____Size 40.

A. What size do you wear?

B. What can I do for you?

C. How about this one?

D. What size does your father wear?

(5)――I've got your invitation.Oh,good.――____

A. Can you come?

B. Thanks a lo

C. I'll take i

D. May I help you?

书面表达

2012年成人高考专升本《英语》最后冲刺试卷(5)-中大网校

(1)描写一件你认为(或者你经历的、听说的)最有意思或最有意义的事。内容包括:(1)何时、何事、何地。(2)具体的事件经过。(3)意义或意思所在。

答案和解析

语音知识

(1) :D

(2) :D

2012年成人高考专升本《英语》最后冲刺试卷(5)-中大网校

(3) :C

2012年成人高考专升本《英语》最后冲刺试卷(5)-中大网校

(4) :B

(5) :D

词汇与语法知识

(1) :B

(2) :A

(3) :A

本句使用被动语态的进行时。

(4) :B

(5) :B

(6) :A

(7) :A

(8) :B

(9) :B

(10) :B

(11) :D

(12) :A

(13) :A

句中have some difficulties doing sth.表示“做某事有些困难”;mind后常接动名词。

(14) :D

(15) :A

完型填空

(1) :A

这篇文章介绍了1998年两位诺贝尔和平奖获得者的事迹。award a prize to sb.授奖予某人。挪威诺贝尔委员会决定将l998年诺贝尔和平奖授予John Hume和David Trimble。

2012年成人高考专升本《英语》最后冲刺试卷(5)-中大网校

(2) :C

前面已经说授予的是和平奖,因此这里肯定指的是表彰他们在北爱尔兰的冲突问。题上采用了和平的解决方式。

(3) :B

这里指出什么冲突以及造成的后果:国家、宗教、社会的冲突,并有3500人丧失了生命。

(4) :A

在这场冲突中,作为北爱尔兰政治领袖的John Hume始终以鲜明和坚定的态度采取和平的解决方式。

(5) :D

根据上下文,此处应为“在处理这场冲突的工作中”。

(6) :B

Good Friday耶稣受难日。终于在1998年的耶稣受难日那天签署了和平协议。

(7) :B

这一段说到另一位诺贝尔和平奖获得者David Trimble的事迹。下面有一句说,“作为北爱尔兰政府的头儿”。可以断定这里指的是,David Trimble是在北爱尔兰占有支配地位的政党的领袖。

(8) :D

David Trimble在最关键的时刻展示了他作为政治家的巨大勇气。

(9) :C

坚决支持和平协议的解决方式。

(10) :A

他为建立在持久和平的基础上的相互信任迈出了第一步。

(11) :C

挪威诺贝尔委员会还希望能强调在这一和平进程中,北爱尔兰政府的其他领袖、英国政府、爱尔兰政府,以及美国政府所取得的积极成果的重要作用。

(12) :B

见上一条。

(13) :D

诺贝尔委员会表达了一个希望。

(14) :D

not only与下文的but also相呼应。意为“这些条款的签署不仅仅是为了北爱尔兰的持久和平”。

(15) :C

同时也激励世界上其他宗教、种族、国家问的冲突采取这样的和平解决方式。阅读理解(1) :D

2000年是克林顿在任美国总统的最后一年。

(2) :C

参见最后一段。

(3) :D

参见最后一段的最后一句。(4) :B

参见第二段的第二句。

(5) :B

参见句子:Its first use was as a shade against rain.

(6) :C

参见句子:In the Far East in ancient times,the umbrella was allowed to be used only by royalty or by those in high office.

(7) :D

参见第三段。

(8) :B

文章介绍伞的历史。

(9) :A

根据每段大意:第一段为“社会习俗与行为方式因时而异”;第二段为“社会习俗与行为方式因地而异”;第三段为“英美在习俗与行为方式上的异同点”;最后一段介绍“社会习俗与行为方式方面应注意的一个重要原则”。每段都围绕“社会习俗与行为方式”这一主题,故选A。

(10) :A

根据第四段指出的一个重要原则:“尽量避免他人,尤其是客人,感觉不舒服”,接着举例阐明这一原则。故选A。

(11) :C

这种做法不会让客人感到尴尬。

(12) :C

根据文中所举例子可知,bad manners指的是“不礼貌的行为”。

(13) :A

第一段,苏格兰是欣赏野外风景的好地方,比明信片上的还要好。那里的城镇无论吃住、观赏、游玩,从历史、文化、休闲等都是值得一去的。选项B与第二段的内容相反;选项c 与文中不符;选项D只提及文中的一项。

(14) :B

第二段,主要说苏格兰是一个闹中取静的好地方。游客在这样的地方不会总是独处,也不会深陷美景不能自拔,而是能很容易地在这些热闹的场景中取得宁静。选项D没有提及。

(15) :B

第三段,人们认为苏格兰不过是英格兰的扩展,这种观点对苏格兰人是莫大的冒犯(Indeed,no attitude is capable of causing greater offence to the Scots)。

(16) :C

第三段的后半部分讲的是苏格兰坚持自己的特点不被英格兰人所侵蚀,而且为此坚持了700年。

(17) :B

参见最后一段。

(18) :C

参见第四段。

(19) :B

参见句子:Some people have “Sunday dinner”.This is an especially big noon meal.

(20) :D

参见第一段最后一句。

补全对话

(1) :C

(2) :C

(3) :D

(4) :D

(5) :A

书面表达

(1) :

One thing shocked me in the America is the culture difference between China and America.

One of my American friends, a professor in a university, has a boy at five when I was there. Such a little boy had a girlfriend at five too. The boy always invited her wherever his family went. The little boy introduced her to me when I met her the first time, "This is my girlfriend." I couldn't help laughing. He seriously answered my laugh: “Do you think I'll marry her? No way!”

How different the two cultures are at the point of having a girlfriend.