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大学英语入学考试样卷---1  

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I.      Direction: In each of the following groups of words, there are four underlined letters or letter combinations marked A, B, C, D. Compare the underlined parts and identify the one that is different from the others in pronunciation. Mark your answer by blackening the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet.

1.  A. comfortable      B. possible      C. horrible      D. constant

2. A. surprise     B. curtain     C. first    D. burst

3. A. tool         B. goose       C. food     D. wood

4. A. enjoy         B. trend         C. spend         D. bench

 5. A. mean        B. break       C. read     D. leader

 6. A. sorry       B. nearly      C. fly      D. bury

 7. A. strong      B. note        C. operate  D. odd

 8. A. city        B. pencil      C. ceiling  D. special

 9. A. pick        B. visit       C. design   D. decision

II.  Vocabulary and Structure (40 points, one for each)

    Direction." There are 40 incomplete sentences in this section. For each sentence there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. Choose one answer that best completes the sentence and blacken the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet.

11. You think he is coming?

     A. do you             B. don't you           C. are you           D. isn't he

12. Would you please tell me        to do next?

     A. how               B. when               C. what             D. whatever

13. You will fail        you work harder than before.

     A. until     B. unless             C. if       D. so long as

14. It must _______ a good deal to live there.

     A. spend                    B. cost                          C. take                   D. pay

15. Jack began to consider        her offer.

     A. accept             B. accepted           C. to accept         D. accepting

16. We are all interested in        you have told us.

     A. that    B. which     C. all what          D. all

17. We are all interested in        you have told us.

     A. what             B. which     C. all what          D. that

18. I will write to you as soon as I ____ here.

     A. get                        B. get to                       C. will get              D. will get to

20. I simply can' t Understand why you avoided        to me.

     A. speaking           B. having spoken       C. to speak          D. to speech

21. This kind of tree grows best       it is warm and rains often.

     A. at places          B. places where        C. where            D. at which

22. He doesn't know       or go home.

     A. to wait       B. if to wait       C. if that he should wait      D. whether he should w

24. The students are working much harder       do better in the final exam.

     A. as                B. in order to          C. in order that       D. so that

25. He said he would rather not       it fight now.

     A. doing             B. to do              C. to be done        D. do

27. Don't forget       the lights off before you leave the room.

     A. turning            B. turn               C. to turn           D. turned

29. The pupils came into the classroom,

     A. jumped and laughed              B. jumping and laughing

     C. to jump and to laugh              D. to jump laughing

30. The man     on the grass is reciting a poem.

     A. to sit             B. sit               C. sat              D. sitting

31._______he studied very hard is a fact.

       A. Whether                B. That                          C. When                 D. Why

32. Some people who are successful language learners find it difficult to      in other fields.

      A. succeed           B. result             C. achieve           D. score

33. It was        many centuries later that the ancient men learned to use fire.

      A. not               B. until     C. not until          D. until not

34. New technology causes the costs to

      A. raise              B. arise              C. rise              D. arouse

35. Keep in      that all people are different and some may progress faster than others.

      A. head              B. brain              C. heart             D. mind

36. He keeps on with physical training in winter        cold it is.

       A. whatever          B. no matter how      C. whether or not     D. although

 37. More and more Chinese people are        wildlife conservation and environmental

      protection.

       A. certain of          B. concerned about    C. capable of        D. crazy about

 38. American people are not very happy on April 15, when the federal taxes are

       A. high              B. near              C. close             D. due

 39. The real difference between plants and animals      in what they do, and not in what they

       seem to be.

       A. is laid            B. is lain             C. lays              D. lies

 42. A person who talks to      is not necessarily mad.

      A. himself            B. oneself            C. yourself          D. itself

  43. Spanish people usually speak      than English people.

      A. quick              B. quickly           C. more quick        D. more quickly

  44. Did you hear    Mary said?

      A. that               B. what            C. which            D. that what

  45. The teacher read the text        fast that the students could not follow him.

       A. too                B. so                C. very               D. such

46. The old lady will have her teeth        in the dentist's tomorrow.

    A. fixed              B. to fix             C. fixing              D. be fixed

47. The girl was so seriously injured that she had        at once.

    A. to operate          B. to be operated      C. to operate on       D. to be operated on

48. As a rule,        cars are much cheaper than new ones.

    A. using              B. being used        C. used     D. having been used

49. His mother lived with him for quite

     A. much time          B. sometime         C. some time          D. sometimes

III.  Cloze  (10 points, one for each)

    Directions." There are 10 blanks in the following passage. For each blank there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. Choose one answer that best completes the passage and blacken the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet.

    When you look at science department in U.S. universities, you will probably observe fewer women professors than men professors. Several studies have proved  51  this is true. There are much  52  women in science department than men today. And for the women who  53  there now, it was not easy for them to get the post.

    Why are there few women in science department today? Some scientists believe that there are  biological differences  54  males and females. They say that young boys and men can learn  science more easily than girls and women. Others say that in school, girls have  55  self-confidence than boys. Teachers ask girls fewer questions in class than they ask boys.  56  teachers do not often tell girls that they could become   57  . Later on, women do not see other  women teaching science at the university. Finally,  58  there are not as many women   59  men in science departments, women may be afraid to be the first in their department. They  believe that they will have to deal  60   more problems than the men in their department.

52. A. more              B. fewer            C. few               D. less

 53. A. teach             B. taught           C. teaching           D. had taught

55. A. less               B. fewer            C. more              D. much

  56. A. Except            B. In addition        C. Beside            D. In brief

  57. A. artists          B. teachers          C. scientists           D. managers

  58. A. if              B. thought           C. where             D. since

  59. A. as                 B. so               C. than               D. that

IV.  Reading Comprehension (40 points, two each)

    Direction: There are four reading passages in this part. Each passage is followed by five questions. For each question there are four suggested answers marked A, B, C and D. Choose one best answer and blacken the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet.

Passage One

    You can improve your child's heating memory considerably. Once his hearing memory has been greatly improved, he'll be able to use and remember what he listens to in class. The success of these suggestions depends upon your ability to use your child's natural desire to get involved in games he finds simple and fun.

    A good way to begin is to read aloud a sentence from a book suitable for your child's reading age. Then ask your youngster to repeat the sentence back to you correctly. Next, reread the sentence, leaving out a particular word. See if your child can identify the word you left out. At the beginning use only simple sentences. Gradually, increase the length of the sentences. Make sure you don't rush things along too quickly, or your child may become discouraged and tired of the game.

    Take your child shopping with you often. He's to remember a list of items you want to buy in the supermarket. At first, ask him to remember only a few things. Then, as he shows increased ability to remember, make the list longer and longer. Praise him often and warmly when he shows increased ability to remember things. He'll become proud of his 'good' memory and will happily play the game.

    Encourage your child to learn easy and short poems. As his ability to do this becomes stronger, encourage him to remember longer poems. Do the same with songs.

61. The suggestions will be successful if  

A. you find simple and funny games for your child    B. you can stimulate your child's interest in the activity    C. you force your child to get involved in more practice    D. you improve your own hearing memory first

62. The purpose of asking your child to repeat what you say is

    A. to practice his pronunciation               B. to develop his reading skills

    C. to help him remember what he hears   D. to play a simple game he may fred fun

63. The third paragraph mainly talks about

    A. another way to improve your child's heating memory    B. how you should take you child shopping with you    C. how to remember the items you want to buy     D. the way you help your child do shopping

64. The last sentence 'Do the same with songs' means you should encourage your child to learn     and remember

    A. songs in the same way as he does with poems    B. poems in the same way as he does with songs

    C. the poems and songs which are similar in meaning    D. those songs that have the same meaning as poems

Passage Two

     After inventing dynamite, Swedish-bom Alfred Nobel became a very rich man. However, he foresaw its universally destructive powers too late. Nobel preferred not to be remembered as the inventor of dynamite, so in 1895, just two weeks before his death, he created a fund to be used for awarding prizes to people who had made worthwhile contributions to mankind. Originally there were five awards: literature, physics, chemistry, medicine, and peace. Economics was added in 1968, just sixty-seven years after the first awards ceremony.

     Nobel's original legacy of nine million dollars was invested, and the interest on this sum is used for the awards which vary from $30,000 to $125,000.

     Every year on December 10, the anniversary of Nobel's death, the awards (gold medal, illuminated diploma, and money) are presented to the winners. Sometimes politics plays an important role in the judges' decisions. Americans have won numerous science awards, but relatively few literature prizes.

     No awards were presented from 1940 to 1942 at the beginning of World War II. Some people have won two prizes, but this is rare; others have shared their prizes.

66. The Nobel Prize was established to

 A.  recognize worthwhile contributions to humanity     B. honor the inventor of dynamite      C. spend money on research work          D. resolve political differences

67. The first award ceremony took place in

      A. 1940     B. 1901             C. 1968     D. 1942

68. In how many fields are prizes given?

      A. 5       B. 3      C. 6       D. 2

69. Which of the following is not true according to the passage?

      A. A few individuals have won two awards.      B. Ceremonies are held on December 10 to commemorate Nobel's invention.      C. Awards vary in monetary value.      D. Politics can play an important role in selecting the winners.

Passage Three

     I am Michigan, the 23rd largest state and the 26th to be admitted to the union in 1837. Even I have to admit I look a little strange. I am made up of two peninsulas; the upper and the lower. From above, I look a lot like a small dog barking at a giant mitten(???×).I'm also unusual because I'm surrounded by so much water. Four of the five Great Lakes touch my borders. My people travel by water almost as much as by land. Alas, sometimes that water transport can be deadly. Terrible storms blow up on the Great Lakes and many ships have gone down. In 1913, 40 were lost in Lake Superior alone. I haven't stopped mourning them. Things aren't quite so rough in my lower peninsula. There the land is green, the climate gentler, and we enjoy quiet colorful towns. One of my favorites is Holland--a little Dutch village complete with windmills and tulips (郁金香) Another is Lansing, my state capital. But the city I'm best known for is Detroit. It's the car production capital of America. I am Michigan, a state to be respected.

71. Michigan looks different from the other states because of

     A. its strange shape             B. its changeable climate

     C. its developed industry            D. its special scenery

72. In Michigan what do people think of water transport?

     A. It is the most important means of transportation.

     B. It can be deadly, so most people choose to travel by land.

     C. Though somewhat dangerous, it plays an important role.

     D. It should be forbidden because of the terrible weather.

73. The climate in Michigan is

     A. quite gentle         B. very agreeable       C. changeable        D. various

74. Which of the following is true?

     A. Detroit is most famous as the production centre of America.

     B. In 1913,40 people were lost in Lake Superior, because of the terrible storm.

     C. Holland, full of windmills and tulips, is a country people like best.

     D. Water transport brings about disaster as well as convenience.

Passage Four

     Anybody who does not like dogs and comes to visit me at home would certainly feel very uncomfortable. Why? Because not only do I have three dogs, but each of their characters are very different.

     Once a friend of mine came to visit me. As soon as he started to approach the front door the dogs immediately began to bark very loudly from inside the house, thanks to their highly efficient sense of smell.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            It was as if to announce to the host that the guest had arrived!          

     When my friend heard the dog's barks he turned pale with fright and hesitated, not knowing whether or not he should continue as far as the door. After a little while he plucked up the courage to knock on the door. When I opened the door I just saw him jump back a few feet as if several big ferocious dogs were about to attack him, However, when he only saw three over-friendly little white dogs his face went purple!

     Then my friend cautiously entered the house. In the kitchen he very politely chose to sit in the oldest chair. However when he did, one of my dogs began to growl at him. The chair had always been that dog's favorite and he usually never let people sit in it! I felt incredibly embarrassed but no sooner had I started to explain than one of my other dogs jumped up on his lap and began to lick () his face like a lunatic. This really made him feel uncomfortable! A nervous smile appeared on my friend's face, he most certainly must have felt tense.

     After this was over we were both ready to sit down and have a drink! But my naughtiest dog felt a bit jealous because we had not paid him attention for a long while. So he went over and began to sniff up and down my friend's trousers from the hem (边缘) fight up to the zip! This put my friend in a very tight corner!

      Since that visit from my friend I dare not expect people to ever "love me love my dogs" again!

76. Owing to      the dogs immediately ran out of the house and shouted at the guest.

       A.their heating    B.their smelling ability  C.their feeling   D. their sight

77. After his meeting with the dogs, the friend       about whether to enter the house or not.

       A. was at a loss  B. lost his heart  C. was encouraged   D. thought for a time

 78. The friend became       when he entered the house.

       A. nervous            B. bold     C. tense              D. very carefully

 79. The narrator      about the dogs' behavior.

       A. also felt ashamed               B. felt at ease

       C. took the matter for granted        D. took no notice

Passage Four

When you look at science department in U.S. universities, you will probably observe fewer women professors than men professors. Several studies have proved  81  this is true. There are much  82  women in science department than men today. And for the women who  83   there now, it was not easy for them to get the post.

Why are there few women in science department today? Some scientists believe that there are biological differences  84  males and females. They say that young boys and men can learn science more easily than girls and women. Others say that in school, girls have  85  self-confidence than boys. Teachers ask girls fewer questions in class than they ask boys.  86  teachers do not often tell girls that they could become 87 . Later on, women do not see other women teaching science at the university. Finally,88  there are not as many women  89  men in science departments, women may be afraid to be the first in their department. They believe that they will have to deal  90  more problems than the men in their department.

81. A. that                 B. what                        C. which                   D. how

82.  A. more             B. fewer                       C. few                       D. less

83.   A. teach               B. taught                      C. teaching                D. had taught

84.   A. for                  B. among                      C. in                         D. between 

85.   A. less                  B. fewer                        C. more                     D. much

86.   A. Except            B. In addition               C. Beside                   D. In brief

87.   A. artists              B. teachers                    C. scientists                D. managers

88.   A. if                     B. thought                    C. where                    D. since

选择题

89.   He has lost the key to the drawer _____ the papers are kept.           

       A. which                   B. that                           C. where                            D. in that

90.   The suggestion that Tom ___ to the job since he has no experience is acceptable..                                

       A. is assigned            B. be assigned         C. will be assigned              D. has been assigned

91.   The letter ______ I mailed to my sister a month before Christmas has not yet reached her.

       A. that                     B. which                        C. /                            D. all of the above

92.   ______ is known to the world, Mark Twain was a great American writer.

       A. That                    B. Which                       C. As                                D. It

93.   _____ a solution to the problem of water shortage, we have to put all our efforts together.

       A. To work out         B. Working out             C. Work out                       D. Being worked out

94.   David’s wife realized ____ had happened and went away.

       A. that                    B. which                     C. who                            D. what

95.   Not until I shouted at the top of my voice ____ his head.

      A. that he turned     B. did he turn               C. he didn’t turn                D. he had turned

96.   _____ been fond of the foreign language last year, I would have taken it.

     A. I had                 B. If had I                  C. Had I                          D. If I have

97.   Tired _____ he was, he insisted on going ahead with the plan at once.

       A. even if                B. although                  C. like                               D. as            

 

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