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本科第一学期<英语>期末作业二!!  

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英语基础网络作业2

Directions: There are 30 incomplete sentences in his part. For each sentence there are four choices marked A,B,C,D. Choose the ONE that best completes the sentence.

1He is always ___B__ his experiences of studying abroad for seven years.

A. boasting     B. boasting of        C. proving        D. performing

2It __A___ much more difficult than we had expected.

A. proved        B. proved to be     C. showed       D. seems to be  

3Do I ___C__ you much _____ my luggage here?

A. require of…/                        B. play…with   C. bother…with         D. require… of…  

4It is just first draft of the book and hasn’t been __D___ yet.

A. required      B. satisfied            C. performed         D. perfected  

5Which is wrong?  

The teacher required ___D__.

A. a composition of each student.   B. each student to write a composition

C. that each student write a composition.                 D. each student of a composition.

6He paid ___A__1000 dollars _____ his disease.

A. /…for         B. for…/               C. /…/             D. for…for  

7He pays half ___C__his salary ____ his ex-wife every month.

A. /…for         B. to…for             C. /…to           D. for…to  

8I paid 10,000 dollars __D___ the loan of my house, and eventually have paid ____ now.

A. to…off       B. for…over          C. /…off         D. for…off  

9He __B___the money.

A. avoid stealing                       B. admitted stealing C. admitted to steal  D. denied to steal   

10The book had a major __B___ generations of young people.

A. influence       B. influence on      C. affect          D. affect on

11I like her kissing me __B___ on the cheek.

Alightly          Bgently              Cawfully       Dmadly

12He was so poor as to beg ___B__ some money _____ passers-by.

A/…from      Bfor…from       C/…to          Dfor…to

13Set him free, I beg ___C__you.

A/                 Bfor                  C of             Dfrom

14I begged __B___, but she wouldn’t.              

Afor her stay                             Bfor her to stay Cher to stay Dshe stays

15You look ___D__. Why not go to see a doctor?

Apale            Bawful               Csick           Dall of above

16He hopes to have his own business __B___.  

Asome day   Bsomeday         Cany day      Dsome days

17We are struggling ___D__against air pollution

Afor             Bagainst            Cwith           DBoth B and C

18The workers are struggling __A___ wage rise.

Afor             Bagainst            Cwith           DBoth B and C

19The brown areas __C___deserts on the map

Apresent       Bshow              Crepresent    Dset

20The __B___ simplicity in consumers’ choice can be seen in the recent months.

Atrend of                                   Btrend towards   

Crepresent of                                                     Drepresentative of

 

Small Talk     

Directions: There are 25 incomplete small talks in his part. For each sentence there are four choices marked A,B,C,D. Choose the ONE that best completes the talk.

21--- Oh, the box is too heavy.   B

A. What’s in it                                                      B. Can I help you to carry it                                                               C. Whose is it                     D. May l have a try

22—Don’t take too long at the coffee shop.    B

A. I’ll think your advice over        B. I see. We have 30 minutes left.                        C. Who’s is it                                                     D. I am afraid so

23—Ami, I want this report typed today.       A

A. It’ll be ready in the afternoon, sir                       B. I’d like you to help me                                         C. I know nothing about the report                        D. Leave it to tomorrow

24—Excuse me. Is this table taken?         C

A. We haven’t booked the dishes   B. We haven’t ordered the dishes                        C. Yeah. I’m saving these seats for friends               D. Yeah. I’m stuffed

25--- Is this the motel you mentioned?        B

A. It looks comfortable                 B. Yes, it’s as quiet as we expected                    

C. You’re so considerate            D. No, the price’s reasonable

26—Sam ,this is my friend, Jane.      C

A. I’m Jack                                                       B. Glad to meet you, Sam

C. Glad to meet you ,Jane                              D. Very well, thank you

27—What do you do?            A

A. I’m a teacher                                     B. I live in a small town                                                                                       C. I come from a small town          D. I like teaching

28—Could I talk to Prof. Lee?       A

A. Yes, speaking                                                     B. Oh, it’s you                                                C. I’m waiting for you                   D. I am the operator here

29 —May I use your bike to go shopping?    B

A. Yes, I give it to you                B. Certainly. There it is                                      C. Yes, I’d love to                       D. I’m not sure

30—Can you tell me where I can park the car?   C

A. Yes, please                                                     B. It is made in America                                                       C. Well, just over there                D. The park is not very far

31—What about another coffee       A

A. No, thank you                         B. You’re so kind  

C. Yes, of course                                                D. Sorry for the trouble

32.—When are you going on holiday?       B

A. Only one-week holiday               B. Next week   

C. They haven’t decided where to go                    D. With my wife

33—What should we have for dinner?         C

A. He eats anything but pizza        B. That’s OK                                         C. How about fish? It’s very fresh                        D. That’s a good idea

34—Sue looks good in that new dress, doesn’t she?  C                

A. Yes, she is                               B. No, she isn’t        C. Yes, she does  D. No, she didn’t

35—Please tell David not to drink too much.      B

A. OK. Let’s go                       B. I see         

C. It’s time for lunch                  D.  Please have a drink

36---I’ll renew my subscription to Overseas English for another year.               A

--- Excellent! ______.

A. I promise you won’t regret it!                  B. You deserve it! 

C. You are welcome.                D. How dare you do that?

37--- President: Do you think we should accept Dave’s marketing proposal?        B

--- Manager: I don’t know. ____.                  

A. Who cares?                   B. What do you think?

C. Yeah. He is a smart guy.                            D. I’d better sleep on it .

38---Alice: Are you going to check in your bag or take it on the plane?        D

---Athena: _____   

---Alice: Then I will too, so we won’t have to wait when we land.

A  Sure, I will have them checked in.                        

B  I have no idea.

C   What about you?             

D   Ever since I lost my suitcase in Cairo, I take it on the plane.

39---Tourist: Would you prefer I use a credit card, or pay cash for the goods?           A

---Casher: ____. 

A. It doesn’t make any difference.                       B. How long have you been waiting?

C. The bank closes soon.                               D. You are welcome.

40--- How far is it to the hotel from the office?   A

A. You can walk there from here.  B. No, it’s downtown.  

C. No, it’s closer to the airport.                          D. Yes, you can.

Reading Comprehension                 

Direction: There are two 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.

Passage 1

The appearance in Glasgow of the largest yearly exhibition of children’s books in Britain will give a wonderful opportunity for Scottish people to see and buy the latest books for children as well as old favorites, both hardback and paperback. The age-range covered will stretch from wordless picture books for the youngest to almost-adult novels.

In its early years, the Children’s Book Show was intended for specialist visitors, mainly teachers and librarians. As it became more widely known and successful, however, family and school parties began to come in ever-increasing numbers, so that it grew into a real children’s book show, and a show with a double purpose. For years it was held in various halls in London, outgrowing each of them in turn until, in answer to enthusiastic invitation to bring it to different parts of the country, the decision was taken to move outside the capital, despite the difficulties that would result. One year it was held in Leeds, then in Bristol as well as in London, and now it comes to Glasgow.

The great success of this novel to bring the show to cities many miles from London, where of course most book publishers are, has been largely due to the support given to the organizing committee by local booksellers, librarians, teachers, parents and others. This year’s show will again interest both the general public and specialists. Admissions will be free, but school parties must be booked for in advance. In a large near the entrance there will be a self-service book shop where every book on show will be for sale.

41The books in the exhibition are intended for ____D_____.

A. children who cannot speak      B. teenagers only
C. Scottish children only             D. children of all ages

42The show was originally designed to attract people who ____A_____.

A. knew something about children’s books            B. had plenty of money
C. sold children’s books                                       D. had special tastes

43With its success there was a growth in the _____D____.

A. size of the exhibitions              B. size of the books on display
C. sold children’s books                                       D. had special tastes

44Much of its success in the provinces has been the result of activity by ____A_____.

A. the local people interested in it B. children
C. publishers                               D. the general public

45This year parties of schoolchildren must ____C_____.

A. pay for their tickets                            B. buy their books there
C. have their visits arranged in good time d. D. help themselves to books

 

Passage 2

American cities are similar to other cities around the world. In every country, cities reflect the values of the culture. Cities contain the very best aspects of a society; opportunities for education, employment, and entertainment. They also contain the very worst parts of a society: violent crime, racial conflict, and poverty. American cities are changing, just as American society is changing.

After world War I, city residents became wealthier, more prosperous. They had more children. They needed more space. They moved out of their apartments in the city to buy their own homes. They bought houses in the suburbs, areas near a city where people live. These are areas without many offices or factories. During the 1950s the American “dream” was to have a house in the suburbs.

Now thing are changing. The children of the people who left the cities in 1950s are now adults. They, unlike their parents, want to live in the cities. Many young professionals, doctors, lawyers, and executives, are moving back into the city. Many are single; others are married, but often without children. They prefer the city to the suburbs because their jobs are there; they are afraid of the fuel shortage; or they just enjoy the excitement and opportunities which the city offers. A new class is moving into the city—a wealthier, more mobile class.

Only a few years ago, people thought the older American cities were dying. Some city residents now see a bright, new future. Others see only problems and conflicts. One thing is sure: Many dying cities are alive again.

46Paragraph 1 ____C_____.

explains why American cities are changing
B. shows that American cities have many problems
C. is a description of cities
D says: American cities contain the very best aspects of a society

47In the 1950s the American “dream” was ____D_____.

A. to have a color TV set            B. to buy an apartment in the city
C. to have a big car                                               D. to buy a new house in the suburbs

48In paragraph 3, the author gives ____C_____ reasons why people want to live in cities.

A. two                B. four             C. three              D. five

49According to the article, cities are ____C_____.

A. sick                B. living            C. alive again      D. dying

50The movement of people to and from the city can explain _____A____.

A. social changes                                                  B. racial conflict
C. violent crime                           D. the best aspects of a society

 

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