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05年10月自考英语综合一试题

2005-12-20 14:50  

  请将答案填在答题纸相应位置上

  Ⅰ.用适当语法形式或词汇填空。从A、B、C和D四个选项中选出一个最佳答案,并填入答题纸相应位置。(本大题共30小题,每小题1分,共30分)

  1. _______ late 1990's, about two thousand adults were enrolled in correspondence study in the community.

  A. The

  B. In the

  C. It was the

  D. It was in the

  2. Mary _______ the meeting yesterday. She was in the hospital.

  A. cannot have attended

  B. cannot attend

  C. must not have attended

  D. must not attend

  3. By the time Jack comes back from his hometown, we _______ all the preparations.

  A. finish

  B. have finished

  C. had finished

  D. shall have finished

  4. To speak quite frankly, I'd rather you _______ in such affairs.

  A. don't involve  B. didn't involve

  C. were not involved  D. are not involved

  5. _______ time, Denny would certainly have come and help me.

  A. If she had

  B. Had she had

  C. If she would have

  D. Did she have

  6. Janet's uncle insists _______ in the hotel near the city square.

  A. not staying

  B. not to stay

  C. that he not stay

  D. that he doesn't stay

  7. The reason my sister didn't go abroad was _______ a new job here.

  A. because she got

  B. that she got

  C. why she got

  D. that because she got

  8. It was not until Mary arrived at the theatre _______ she realized she had forgotten her ticket.

  A. then

  B. and

  C. but

  D. that

  9. I'd met Cynthia several times before this gathering. _______.

  A. I did, too

  B. So did I

  C. So had I

  D. I met, also

  10. _______ in an atmosphere of simple living was what her parents wished for.

  A. The girl's being educated

  B. The girl being educated

  C. The girl was educated

  D. The girl who was educated

  11. Ann likes doing some reading at home _______ to the cinema.

  A. than to go

  B. more than going

  C. rather than to go

  D. than going

  12. You'd better come to ask the teacher yourself tomorrow, _______?

  A. didn't you

  B. shouldn't you

  C. wouldn't you

  D. hadn't you

  13. Mary filled in the application form, but she didn't know which office _______.

  A. to be sent to

  B. to send it to

  C. to be sent

  D. to send it

  14. Do you know what _______ made Jenny sad?

  A. it was that

  B. was it that

  C. it was

  D. was it

  15. Parents love their children with a devotion _______ no return.

  A. which they ask for

  B. which they ask

  C. for which they ask for

  D. for which they ask

  16. I really don't want to go to the party, but I don't see how I can _______ it.

  A. get away

  B. get over

  C. get out of

  D. get back from

  17. The captain _______ an apology to the passengers for the delay caused by bad weather.

  A. brought

  B. presented

  C. made

  D. did

  18. It is wise to have some money _______ for old age.

  A. put away

  B. put in

  C. put about

  D. put down

  19. The motor isn't _______ enough to drive the car up steep hills.

  A. tough

  B. big

  C. strong

  D. powerful

  20. We agreed to meet in the office but so far she hasn't _______ yet.

  A. turned around

  B. turned in

  C. turned up

  D. turned out

  21. If we work with a strong will, we can overcome any difficulty, _______ great it is.

  A. as

  B. so

  C. though

  D. however

  22. We decided not to climb the mountains because it was raining _______.

  A. hardly

  B. heavily

  C. sharply

  D. strongly

  23. A pause can make all the _______ in the world between an effective speech and an ineffective one in the hands of a master.

  A. difference

  B. effect

  C. impression

  D. contribution

  24. Not many people were actually _______ his plan. They did not object to it openly, though.

  A. in line with

  B. in common with

  C. in favor of

  D. in the interest of

  25.Bad management will inevitably _______ poor efficiency.

  A. come with

  B. result in

  C. result from

  D. come into

  26. Besides giving, love _______ such elements as care, responsibility, respect and knowledge.

  A. composes of

  B. makes up of

  C. makes from

  D. consists of

  27. How can you succeed without a desire to take _______ of all available opportunities?

  A. privilege

  B. advantage

  C. chance

  D. care

  28. Her success in work _______ in her deep love and compassion for her pupils and her strong sense of responsibility.

  A. lain

  B. laid

  C. lied

  D. lay

  29. China is _______ to building a sound environment for foreign investors.

  A. committed

  B. opened

  C. loyal

  D. active

  30. Once the students started to talk, the discussion became so _______ that no one wanted to stop when the bell rang.

  A. likely

  B. lively

  C. lovely

  D. interestingly

  Ⅱ. 认真阅读下面两篇短文,每篇短文后有五个问题。根据短文的内容从四个选项中选择一个最佳答案,并填入答题纸相应位置。(本大题共10小题,每小题1分,共10分)

  Passage 1

  I never saw my father or mother. My first most vivid impression of things seemed to me to have been gained on a memorable afternoon towards evening near my parents' graves in the churchyard(教堂墓地).

  "Hold your noise!" came a terrible voice, as a man started up from among the graves at the side of the church porch. "Keep still, or I'll cut your throat!"

  A fearful man with a great iron on his leg. A man with no hat, and with broken shoes, and with an old cloth tied round his head. He seized me by the chin(下巴).

  "Tell me your name!" said the man. "Quickly!"

  "Pip, sir." I tried to keep myself from crying.

  "Show me where you live," said the man. "Point out the place!"

  I pointed to where our village lay, a mile or more from the church.

  The man, after looking at me for a moment, turned me upside down, and emptied my pockets. There was nothing in them but a piece of bread.

  "You young dog, now look here!" said the man. "Where's your mother?"

  "There, sir!" said I.

  He looked surprised, made a short run, and stopped and looked over his shoulder.

  "There, sir!" I explained, pointing to the tombstone. "That's my mother."

  "Oh!" said he, coming back. "And is that your father along your mother?"

  "Yes, sir," said I, "him too."

  "Ha!" he said then. "Who do you live with supposing you're kindly let to live, which I hadn't made up my mind about?"

  "My sister, sir - Mrs. Joe Gargery - wife of Joe Gargery, the blacksmith, sir."

  "Blacksmith, eh? Now look here," he said, "the question being whether you're to be let to live. You get me a file(锉)and food, and bring both to me, or I'll have your heart and live out."

  I said that I would get him the file and what broken bits of food I could find, and I would come to him at the Battery, early in the morning.

  "Say Lord strike you dead if you don't! "said the man.

  I said so, and he took me down.

  When he came to the low church wall, he got over it, and then turned around to look for me. When I saw him turning, I set my face towards home, and made the best use of my legs.

  31. Which of the following do you think the man was?

  A. A policeman

  B. An escaped prisoner

  C. A traveler

  D. A soldier

  32. Which of the following statements CANNOT be used to describe the man?

  A. He was poorly dressed.

  B. He was afraid to be found by other people.

  C. He was hungry.

  D. He was kind to the boy.

  33. How did the boy feel when the man was talking to him?

  A. Frightened

  B. Excited

  C. Fearful

  D. Sad

  34. According to the passage, which of the following statements is WRONG?

  A. The boy's village was a mile or more from the church.

  B. The boy's parents were both dead.

  C. The boy's brother-in-law was a blacksmith.

  D. The little boy didn't promise he would do what the man asked him to do.

  35. Why did the word blacksmith catch the man's attention?

  A. He was afraid that the blacksmith would kill him.

  B. He was certain that the blacksmith would help him break his chains.

  C. He thought he might ask the boy to get him a file to break his chains.

  D. He was worried that the blacksmith would not let the boy bring him any food.

  Passage 2

  Most of us have got at least one elderly relative - mother, father, great-aunt granny even, still alert and cheerful, with a comfortable warm home, plenty of helpful neighbors and ourselves to drop in now and then.

  But how about the other old folks? Those whose children have moved elsewhere, or don't care? Perhaps a nobody's Mum, who's lived alone for years in an old house or bed-sitting room without any help or having friends or relatives around.

  The local council do what they can: a cooked dinner brought on weekdays, a home help on two mornings to clean up and do the shopping, a district nurse calling now and then. But most of the time they are lonely and unhappy.

  "Put her in an Old People's Home. They'll look after her."

  They would if they could. With a garden, a room with the television, good meals, someone to see she's all right, and, above all, company. There are some very cozy Council Old People's Homes around.

  And the flats for the more active, with central heating, a restaurant if they don't feel like cooking for themselves, a room to get together in, a warden to give an eye.

  Just what the old folks need - if they can get in. In our town there are two homes taking sixty people together and flats for about a hundred and fifty. And a waiting list of more than a thousand.

  It may seem unlikely now but it's on the cards that you'll be old one day. Maybe one of the lucky ones with a family to live with or helpful neighbors and friends. And maybe alone, cold, even bedridden. With nobody at all to keep you company.

  So won't it be yourselves you'll be helping if you start moving your local council to do something more for those who've done their bit for society and now just aren't wanted?

  More old people's flats for the active, more homes where the nobody's Mum can find a bit of comfort and friendship in their last but unhappy years.

  36. According to the passage, which of the following statements is true?

  A. Old people are the burden of the society.

  B. Few people take care of their parents.

  C. Old people have made contributions to the society.

  D. There are enough Council Old People's Homes around.

  37. In the author's opinion, who are considered lucky ones?

  A. Old people who have comfortable homes to live in.

  B. Old people who have a family to live with or helpful neighbors and friends.

  C. Old people who live alone.

  D. Old people who live in the Council Old People's Homes.

  38. When the author says that if you start moving your local council to do something for old people, you will be helping yourselves, what does he mean?

  A. You will be old one day.

  B. You will be helping your own parents.

  C. You will find a lot of fun from helping others.

  D. Old people will thank you.

  39. What does the phrase on the cards in paragraph 8 mean?

  A. Ordinary

  B. Certain

  C. Right

  D. True

  40. What is the main purpose of the author by writing this article?

  A. Urging people to help old people and build more homes for old people.

  B. Criticizing the local council.

  C. Criticizing young people.

  D. Giving a description of the Council's Old People's Homes.

  Ⅲ. 用国际音标标出下列单词中划线字母或字母组合的读音(本大题共20小题,每两小题1分,共10分)(注意:使用新式或老式音标均可)

  41. willingness  /            /

  42. announcer   /            /

  43. acceptance   /            /

  44. apartment   /            /

  45. mechanic    /            /

  46. bookish    /            /

  47. paragraph   /            /

  48. loose    /            /

  49. enquiry    /            /

  50. triumph    /            /

  51. sympathetic  /            /

  52. immobile    /            /

  53. patiently   /            /

  54. awkward    /            /

  55. stretch   /            /

  56. appointment   /            /

  57. withdrawal   /            /

  58. rarely    /            /

  59. transition    /            /

  60. acquaintance   /            /

  Ⅳ. 完形填空(本大题共20小题,每两小题1分,共10分)

  A. 从下列单词中选择适当的词填空,每个词只能用一次。

  always

  would

  like for

  unless

  seemed must

  fixing

  if over

  from

  up

  Little Grace died in the fall. She was a beautiful little girl. But she only lived a little  61

  two years. She died of polio and she suffered. She had a slight fever  62  a couple of days, but it didn't seem  63  anything and we just kept her in bed. And we  64  certainly have called the doctor, but the fever dropped, and she  65  to be all right. So we thought it had just been a cold. Then, one day, she was  66  , playing. Isabel was in the kitchen  67  lunch for the two boys when they'd come in  68  school, and she heard Grace fall down in the living room. When you have a lot of children you don't  69  start running when one of them falls,  70  they start screaming or something. And, this time, Grace was quiet.

  B. 根据课文的内容在每个空白处填入一个恰当的词。

  It may seem strange that, in an age  71  it was fashionable for ladies to  72  their hair styled, Mr. Budd should search for opportunities of making money.  73  recently a new "Ladies Hairdressing Department" had opened opposite. The result was an  74  stream of young ladies who hurried there to  75  appointments. Day after day, Mr. Budd watched them going in and   76  of the rival shop and hoped that some of them   77  come over to him; but they never did. And yet Mr. Budd knew that he was   78  better hairdresser. He had studied especially the art of hair-dyeing, and  79   made him quite angry to see the careless way in which his  80   did this particular branch of his work.

  Ⅴ.根据所学课文内容完成下列句子。(本大题共10小题,每小题2分,共20分)

  81. In the Outside Chance, when the young man bought tomorrow's newspaper, he was eager to find           .

  82."It doesn't matter if you are born in a duck-yard as long as you come from a swan's egg."This sentence means                    .

  83.The text Freedom in Dying tells us that although we might have no choice concerning the losses we suffer in dying,             .

  84.The author of This Life learned from the Jewish man              .

  85.The first step in making a dictionary is                .

  86. Professor Kolb's question sheets surprised the writer because                .

  87. According to the author of Another School Year - What For, college education means not only training a person in skills but also            .

  88.Sangstrom came to the druggist in order to buy                .

  89.Dr. Coleman went to work as a garbage collector because                 .

  90.Jesus Colon didn't lend a helping hand to the woman because             .

  Ⅵ. 将下列句子译成英语。(本大题共10小题,每小题2分,共20分)

  91.食品短缺极大地困扰着这个地区。

  92.玛丽搬到了市中心的一套公寓,那儿购物更方便。

  93.即使杰克不在这儿,他也会通过电子邮件与你保持联系。

  94.如果我负责这个项目,我就会更好地使用现有的资金。

  95.那些病人在医院受到了良好的照顾,他们感到很高兴。

  96.昨晚电视剧突然被特别新闻报导打断了。

  97.我们必须保持身体健康,才能学习好、工作好。

  98.我们的主要任务是培养学生的独立工作能力。

  99.约翰北京之行的所见所闻给他留下了深刻的印象。

  100.他的生意做得不错,生活比以前富裕了。

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