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同济大学继续教育学院2015学年春季学期期终考试英语试卷.doc

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第 1 页 共 4 页同济大学继续教育学院 2015 学年春季学期期终考试专升本 课程考试题 ( 复习卷 ) 学号 应考班级 级 专业 考试形式 卷 姓名 题号 总分得分第一部分:词汇与结构(共 30 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 30 分)B1. The little boy ____ crying until his mother came back.A. stopped B. didn’t stop C. stops D. doesn’t stopB2. The idea sounds good, but will it work ____?A. practical B. in practice C. out of practice D. by practice3. Don’t _C___ about getting dinner for me today.A. puzzle B. interrupt C. bother D. interfere4. She didn’t’ feel well today, so she didn’t __D__ anything.A. feel like to eat B. feel eating C. feel to eat D. feel like eatingA5. We should consider problems ____ the people’s interests.A. in terms of B. in form of C. in case of D. in spite ofD6. It’s ____ that he will succeed.A. high likely B. high possibly C. highly probably D. highly likely7. His chief difficulty _C___ people ignorant of what had happened.A. lie in keeping B. lies with keeping C. lay in keeping D. lay at keepingB8. Social customs are ____ from what they used to be fifty years ago.A. differ B. different C. difference D. indifferentD9. He won’t go on doing the job ____ he gets his salary raised.A. when B. after C. if D. unlessC10. The doctor’s mistakes in judgment ____ the death of the patient.A. resulted from B. broke off C. led to D. brought out11. To be frank, I don’t like Jack. His rather superior manner _B(刺激,使不快) on me.A. jams B. jars C. irritates D. upsets12. This entrance is in ____D__ use: do not block it.A. constant B. tender C. creative D. critical13. We are all __C____ to dislike those who are critical of us.A. suspicious B. easy C. liable D. desirable14. D At the dinner party last night Christine felt greatly ______ because her mother kept bragging about her accomplishments at school.A. alarmed B. disappointed C. ashamed D. embarrassed15. The _____D_ breakdowns of the computer has caused serious delays in our work.A. continuous B. continued C. continuing D. continual16. A “Take the medicine and go to bed early. If the headache ______, you should come for an X-ray examination,” said the doctor.A. recurs B. happens C. recovers D. repeats17. D ______ by a strange loud noise downstairs, the two girls jumped from their bed and screamed.A. Stunned B. Amazed C. Promoted D. Startled18. Our trip to Beijing __B__ with the visit of my cousin Lucy’s family. So we had a great reunion at the foot of the Great Wall.A. recurred B. coincided C. blended D. occurred19. Mr. White translated not only from the German but also, __C____ from the Russian.A. in occasion B. with occasion C. on occasion D. occasional20. C The WTO is intended to ______ trade among its member states.A. preempt B. propose C. promote D. propagate21. B To use this machine, first ______ the correct coins, then select the drink you want and press the button.A. reset B. insert C. revert D. insist22. B The company offered a $5000 ______ for the finder of the lost document.A. wage B. reward C. bonus D. salary23. B An international effort is required to cope with the ______ needs of the earthquake victims.A. universal B. urgent C. unique D. uneasy24. C Do you have anything ______ to this material but cheaper?A. same B. familiar C. similar D. alike25. The spokesman made the _A_____ when commenting on the strike.A. remark B. review C. rescue D. reward26. She wishes that we _A_____ her the candy yesterday because she’s on a diet.A. hadn’t sent B. didn’t send C. wouldn’t send D. shouldn’t send27. B Learning is ______. Learning is always rewarding.A. worth B. worthy C. worthwhile D. worthless28. B The ______ were still filled with Chinese Dutch fans who came all the way to cheer for their team.A. stands B. standings C. stand D. standing29. B A number of laws have been implemented to prevent those officials from ______ their power.A. amusing B. abusing C. musing D. using30. ___D___ is not known yet what will be the main topic for their discussion.A. What B. This C. That D. It第 2 页 共 4 页第二部分: 阅读理解(共 20 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 30 分)Passage 1Mel Jordan hasn’t eaten in almost a week, but you shouldn’t feel sorry for him. He feels fine as he goes about in his daily life, stopping every few hours to drink a glass of fresh juice. “I do this twice a year,” he says of his foodless week. “Fasting gets rid of all the garbage that’s built up in my body over the pass six months, leaving me feeling fresh and full of energy.”Going without food for a full week might be a little extreme for most people, but doctors have long understood that, if done correctly, fasting can be good for your health. “Fasting is a way to give your body a chance to catch up on its work,” says Dr Nina Sheerin. “The foods we eat take time to digest, and we eat so often that the body doesn’t have enough time to get it done.”Have you ever noticed that you tend to lose your appetite when you’re sick? Sheerin and other doctors believe that’s the body’s way of telling you to stop eating, so it can focus on healing itself. But often the exact opposite happens: concerned family and friends cram us with food “to keep up our strength”Different people have different fasting habits. Some, like Mel, go completely with solid food, while others limit themselves fruit and other easily digested foods. Generally, to have the desired cleansing effect, a fast needs to last several days, but multi-day fasting isn’t the kind of thing you do for fun.“You need to be prepared, and under a doctor’s guidance,” says Sheerin. “While going without food for a few days won’t hurt a normal, healthy person, it can be very dangerous for someone with a chronic illness.”1. B It can be learned from the passage that “fasting” most probably means ______.A. getting rid of the garbageB. not eating food for a period of timeC. a way to build up the bodyD. a way to make people feel fresh and full of energy2. B Which of the following is NOT true about Mel’s fasting habit?A. He drinks a glass of fresh juice every few hours while fasting.B. He has a fast every six months.C. His fast lasts a full week.D. He stops working while fasting.3. C What do doctors think of fasting?A. It’s too extreme for most people.B. It gives people a chance to catch up on their work.C. It gives the body enough time digest the food.D. It is not done correctly by many people.4. A Why does a person lose appetite when he is sick?A. Because the body can’t digest any food.B. Because the body has to focus on healing itself.C. Because the doctor tells him to stop eating.D. Because the family and friends cram him with too many foods to keep up his strength.5. B Which of the following is NOT true about fasting?A. People who are fasting cannot eat any kind of food but fruit.B. It needs to be done under a doctor’s guidance.C. It won’t hurt a normal, healthy person.D. It is dangerous for people with a chronic illness.Passage 2One of the qualities that most people admire in others is the willingness to admit one’s mistakes. It is extremely hard sometimes to say a simple thing like “I was wrong about that,” and it is even harder to say, “I was wrong, and you were right about that.”I had an experience recently with someone admitting to me that he had made a mistake fifteen years ago. He told me he had been that manager of a certain grocery store in the neighborhood where I grew up, and he asked me if I remembered the egg cartons. Then he related an incident and I began to remember vaguely the incident he was describing.I was about eight years old at the time, and I had gone into the store with my mother to do the weekly grocery shopping. On that particular day, I must have found my way to the dairy food department where the incident took place.There must have been a special sale on eggs that day because there was an impressive display of eggs in dozen and half-dozen cartons. The cartons were stacked three or four feet high. I must have stopped in front of a display to admire the stacks. Just then a woman came by pushing her grocery cart and knocked off the stacks of cartons. For some reasons, I decided it was up to me to put the display back together, so I went to work.The manager heard the noise and came rushing over to see what had happened. When he appeared, I was on my knees inspecting some of the cartons to see if any of the eggs were broken, but to him it looked as though I was the culprit. He severely reprimanded me and wanted me to pay for any broken eggs. I protested my innocence and tried to explain, but it did no good. Even though I quickly forgot all about the incident, apparently the manager did not.6. C How old was the author when he wrote this article?A. About 8 B. about 18C. about 23D. about 157. A Who was to blame for knocking off the stacks of cartons?第 3 页 共 4 页A. The authorB. The managerC. A womanD. The author’s mother8. A Which of the following statements is not true?A. The woman who knocked off the stacks of cartons was seriously criticized by the manager.B. The author was severely criticized by the manager.C. A woman carelessly knocked off the stacks of cartons.D. It was the author who put the display back together.9. A Which of the following can serve as the best title for the passage?A. It’s harder to Admit One’s MistakeB. I Was Once the CulpritC. I Remember an IncidentD. A Case of Mistaken Identity10. A The tone of the article expresses the author’s ______.A. admiration for the manager’s willingness to admit mistakesB. anger to the manager for his wrong accusationC. indignation against the woman who knock off the stacks of cartonsD. regret for the mistake he made in the storePassage 3As price and building costs keep rising, the “do-it-yourself“ (DIY) trend in the U.S. continue to grow.“We needed furniture for our living room,“ says John Ross, “and we just didn't have enough money to buy it. So we decided to try making a few tables and chairs.“ John got married six months ago, and like many young people these days, they are struggling to make a home at a time when the cost of living is very high.The Rosses took a 2-week course for $ 280 at a night school. Now they build all their furniture and make repairs around the house.Jim Hatfield has three boys and his wife died. He has a full-time job at home as well as in a shoe-making factory. Last month, he received a car repair bill for $ 420. “I was deeply upset about it. Now I've finished a car repair course, I should be able to fix the car by myself.“John and Jim are not unusual people. Most families in the country are doing everything they can to save money so they can fight the high cost of living. If you want to become a “do-it- yourselfer“, you can go to DIY classes. And for those who don't have time to take a course, there are books that tell you how you can do things yourself.A 11. We can learn from the passage that many newly married couple ______.A. find it hard to pay for what they needB. have to learn to make their own furnitureC. take DIY courses run by the governmentD. seldom go to a department store to buy thingsC 12. John and his wife went to evening classes to learn how to ______.A. run a DIY shopB. do it themselves in their spare timeC. do his own car and home repairsD. keep house and looks after his childrenD 13. When the writer says that Jim has a full-time job at home, he means Jim ____.A. makes shoes in his homeB. does extra work at nightC. does his own car and home repairsD. keeps house and looks after his childrenA 14. Jim Hatfield decided to become a “do-it-yourselfer“ when ______.A. his car repairs cost too muchB. the car repair class was not helpfulC. he could not possibly do two jobsD. he had to raise the children all by himselfC 15. What would be the best title for the passage?A. The Joy of DIY.B. You Can Do It Too.C. Welcome to Our DIY Course.D. Ross and Hatfield: Believers in DIY.Passage 4It is estimated that some seven hundred million people – about half the world’s population – are unable to read and write, and there are probably two hundred and fifty million more whose level of attainment is so slight that it barely qualifies a literacy.Recently the attack on illiteracy has been stepped up. A world plan has been drawn up by a committee of Unesco experts in Paris, as part of the United Nations Development Decede, and an international conference on the subject has also been held. Unesco stresses that functional literacy is the aim. People must learn the basic skills of responsible citizenship: the ability to read notices, newspapers, timetables, letters, pricelists, to keep simple records and accounts, to sort out the significance of the information gathered, and to fill in forms.The major areas of illiteracy are in Asia, Africa, and Central and South America. In Africa there are at least one hundred million illiterates, comprising eighty to eighty-five per cent of the total population. In Europe the figure is about twenty-four million, most of them in Southern Europe, with Spain, Italy, Portugal, and Yugoslavia heading the list (the United Kingdom has about seven hundred thousand).B 16 Studying carefully the clues in the passage, we learn that the total population of Africa is ______.A. approximately seven hundred millionB. approximately one hundred and twenty-five millionC. approximately eight or eight point five thousand million第 4 页 共 4 页D. exactly twenty-four million17. D The figure of illiteracy in Britain comprises ______.A. zero point one per cent of that of illiteracy in the worldB. zero point two per cent of the world adult populationC. thirty-five per cent of Europe’s populationD. three point five per cent of that of the illiteracy in Southern Europe18. A It is obvious that Unesco ______.A. is a company of FranceB. is a world organization attached to the U. N.C. works mainly at combating illiteracyD. has many experts whose level of attainment is far from literacy19. A A world plan mentioned in the passage aims at ______.A. training responsible citizensB. enforcing the functions of UnescoC. helping illiterates learn how to read and writeD. urging Southern European countries to take the lead in attacking illiteracy20. A The author implies that this world plan is to ______.A. be carried out in the major areas of illiteracy like AfricaB. be realized in ten yearsC. be drawn up by Parician expertsD. be debated at an international conference第三部分:完形填空(共 10 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 15 分)At one time Einstein traveled all over the United States giving lecture. He traveled __1__ car, and soon became quite friendly __2__ the driver.The driver always listened to Einstein’s lecture, which the great scientist __3__ again and again. One day, he told Einstein that he knew the __4__ so well that he was sure he could give it himself. Einstein smiled and said, “why __5__ you give the lecture for me next time?” The driver agreed.That evening __6__ of them went along to the lecture hall. Nobody there had seen Einstein __7__. As the driver took his place on the stage everybody clapped. Then be began the lecture. Sure enough, he did not make a __8__ mistake. It was a great success, and
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