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大学英语入学考试样卷  

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IPhonetics(10 pointsone for each)

  DirectionIn earn ofthefollowing groups ofwordsthere arefournderlined letters or lettercombinations marked ABCDCompare the underlined parts and identify the one that isdifferent from the others in pronunciationMark your answer by blackening the corresponding

letter On the Answer Sheet

B1Afuture    Bmuscle    Cpopular Damusement

2Afear     Bdear     Cheard         Dnear

B3Apractice    Bpossible    Cphysical      DPacific

4AMarch    Bcatch    Cchange Dmachine

D5Acity    Bsix    CLucy      Dcloud

6Acheek    B coffee    C indeed     D feed

C 7Ashout    Bthousand    Ctouch    Dmouth

 8A1augh    B1ight    cdaughter Dthrough

C 9Asock    Bsoft    Csoldier      Dsolve

10Astation    Bquestion    Coperation     Ddictionary

IIVocabulary and Structure(40 pointsone for each)

    DirectionThere are 40 incomplete sentences in this sectionFor each sentence there arefour choices marked ABC and DChoose one answer that best completes the sentence and blacken the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet

11Mary    be Canadianfor sheS got a British passportA

    Acant    Bisnt able to    Cmustnt Dneedllt

 l 2I had never expected you to turn——at the meetingI thought you were in Shanghai

      A. around            B. on               C. in                 D. up

13. The book consists _____ five parts, each of which deals with one aspect of women's rights.B

      A. in                 B. of               C. for                 D. with

14. The soldiers who are fighting in foreign countries often __ for going home.

      A. long              B. dream           C. look forward       D. wish

15. Don't call me at the office        it's absolutely necessary.B

      A. except            B. unless            C. since              D. if

16. Tony likes walking in the country and

     A. also does Mary      B. Mary does also    C. so Mary does       D. so does Mary

17. Jean talked      she had heard all about yesterday's traffic accident.B

      A. as well            B. as if             C. as to              D. as for

18. Look, that is the man __ house has burned down in the big fire.

      A. whose             B. whom            C. who                D. who's

19. __ my mother couldn't come back on time, I had to turn to Mary for help.C

      A. Until             B. Though          C. As                D. As soon as

20. The speaker lectured in __ a way that some people found it hard to understand him.

      A. so                B. such             C. as                 D. that

21. When I saw her smiling face, I knew she ____ from her son studying abroad.D

      A. hear              B. has heard         C. was hearing        D. had heard

22.       an answer, he decided to make another phone call.

      A. Not having received                     B. Not received

      C. Not receiving                          D. Not being received

23.       with the size of the whole earth, the highest mountain does not seem high at all.A

      A. Compared         B. Compare         C. To compare         D. Comparing

24. There are signs __ restaurants are becoming more popular with families.

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

25. The conference      next month is bound to be a great success.C

      A. take place         B. will take place     C. to take place        D. taking place

26.        the sun, the moon looks the biggest object in the sky.

      A. Except for         B. Besides          C. Except             D. Other than

27. There is no doubt that _____ people benefit from heart surgery.C

      A. a great deal of      B. a great amount of  C. a great number of   D. the number of

28. The rude people showed little respect for the rules that the majority.

      A. have             B. own            C. follow            D. like

29. He helped me, and I hope I can do something for himD

       A. in turn            B. for return         C. by turn            D. in return

30. We can come to the __ that the more we practice, the more skillful we will be.

      A. tradition           B. generation         C. conclusion          D. fact

31. It is a good idea for parents to monitor the as well as the kind of television that their  preschool child watches.C

      A. number           B. size              C. amount            D. program

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.C

      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.D

      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.B

      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.D

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

40. We now know that about         all the kinds of seaweed are animals.

      A. one fourth         B. one fourth of      C. one four of         D. the one fourth

41. Scientists could see many things that most people would         to see.B

      A. feel            B. fail           C. fall            D. fill

42. The children stay in the nuclear family         they grow up and marry.

      A. because           B. once             C. after              D. until

43. The hungry man ate all        the last piece of bread.A

      A. but               B. yet              C. out               D. beyond

44. __ is accepted as true is relatively, and not absolutely, true.

      A. It               B.That            C. What            D. That it

45. Edison failed __ times before he succeeded in producing the first electric lamp.D

      A. thousand          B. thousands         C. a thousand of       D. thousands of

46. Water __ the digestive juices flow more freely and helps to digest the food.

       A. makes            B. causes           C. pushes             D. turns

 47. The panic attacks may __ for only a few minutes; some, however, continue for several  hours.C

       A. happen           B. begin            C. last                D. end

48. The nurse took __ of my blood to test.

       A. an example         B. an instance        C. a case              D. a sample

49. Regardless __ which methods we choose, the end result will be the same.D

       A. about             B. in               C. for                D. of

50. The buming of rainforests is directly __ to the so-called greenhouse effect.

       A. contributing       B. attributing        C. constituting         D. associating

II1. 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 m~fi 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.

A51. A. that              B. what            C. which             D. how

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

B53. A. teach              B. taught            C. teaching           D. had taught

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

A55. A. less               B. fewer            C. more              D. much

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

C57. A. artists             B. teachers          C. scientists           D. managers

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

A59. A. as                 B. so                C. than               D. that

60. A. in                 B. with              C. to                  D. for

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

       New York is the place in the United States which most visitors see and the city that is most often described. In New York you would often hear the phrase "New York is not America", and of course you would like to see more of the country. You look at the map and choose what region to start with. You remember from history books that when the United States was formed there were only thirteen states. These were thirteen colonies which in 1776 had declared their independence from Britain and fought a seven-year War of Independence. The thirty-seven other states were admitted to the nation one by one, as they gained enough population. The last to come in were Alaska and Hawaii. They were admitted to the Union in 1959.

61. From the passage we learn that __ A

     A. most visitors to the United States visit New York and say what it is like

     B. most visitors see and describe that New York is a place in the United States

     C. New York is seen and described in the United States

     D. New York is the only place in the United States which visitors see and describe

A62. The Phrase "New York is not America" means

     A. New York is not equal to America

     B. New York does not represent America

     C. New York does not belong to America

     D. New York is New York and America is America

63. The War of Independence ended in. A

     A. 1783              B. 1776             C. 1769              D. 1959

64. The United States now consists of

     A. thirteen states        B. fifty states         C. thirty--seven states   D. fifty--two states

65. According to the passage, the other thirty-seven states were not admitted at once but one by  D

     one because

     A. they did not take part in the War of Independence

     B. they did not like to join the Union

     C. they did not have money enough to invest

     D. the number of people living in the states was not large sufficiently

Passage Two

     False teeth have been found in Italy in human heads that are over 2,500 years old. They  were made of bone and set in gold. However, for hundreds of years afterwards, the apparent  dental skill of those early people was lost. Without false teeth people looked old before theft time,   since so many lost their teeth at an early age.   Toward the end of the 17th century, rich people

  could buy false teeth made from ivory. The teeth were tied together with silk thread, but it was   difficult to keep them in the mouth. That was why rich people would rather buy teeth from the   poor who would often sell their teeth to buy food and clothing.

         Early in the 18th century a French doctor used steel springs to hold teeth in place. However,   it was difficult to close one's mouth! Late in the same century porcelain ()teeth set in gold  were often used to make false teeth.

         Although the use of artificial teeth increased, human teeth continued to be used also. In the  19th century, teeth from soldiers killed in battle were made into artificial teeth. For example,  teeth from the dead in the American Civil War were sent to England.

         By the middle of the 19th century, an American doctor, Claudius Ash, invented a better  kind of porcelain tooth made of a special kind of hard rubber.

 D 66. When did people with the earliest false teeth live according to the passage?

        A. At the end of the 17th century.             B. In the early 18th century.

        C. In the middle of the 19th century.          D. Over 2,500 years ago.

C67. Which material would wealthy people use tc make artificial teeth in 1693?

        A. Porcelain.          B. Hard rubber.      C. Ivory.              D. Bone.

B  68. Who first used steel springs to tie false teeth together according to the passage?

        A. An Italian doctor.                        B. A French doctor.

        C. An American doctor.                     D. An English doctor.

 C 69. We can learn from the passage that

        A. one looked older than his real age with artificial teeth

        B. we are using the same method as ancient people in making false teeth

        C. poor people would often sell their teeth to get money in the 17th century

        D. human teeth were no longer used in making false teeth after the 18th century

 D 70. The passage is mainly about

        A. the discovery of false teeth               B. the material of false teeth

        C. the use of false teeth                     D. the history of false teeth

  Passage Three

      You can improve your child's hearing 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.

B71. 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

C72. The purpose of asking your child to repeat what you say is

    A. to practice his pronumiation               B. to develop his reading kills

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

A73. The third paragraph mainly talks about __

    A. another way to improve your child's hearing 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

A74. 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

B75. Who are the supposed readers of this passage?

    A. Children.          B. Parents.            C. Teachers.          D. Psychologists.

Passage Four

     Jeanne Calment, a French woman, became a record breaker on 17 October of 1995, when, at  the age of 120 years and 238 days, she became the longest-lived human being on record. A  Japanese man died in 1986 at the age of 120 years and 237 days.

     Jeanne Calment lives in a small old people' s home in the south of France, her husband, her only child and her grandson have all died. She is nearly blind and deaf and is always in a wheelchair, but her doctor describes her as being "more like a 90-year-old in good health" than someone of 120. She still has a lively sense of humor. When asked on her 120th birthday what she expected of the future, she replied: "A very short one. "She also remarked that she thought the good Lord had forgotten all about her.

      So what is the key to a long life? According to some doctors, diet, exercise and no smokingare the three important factors. Jeanne Calment has followed two of the tips. She has alwayseaten a healthy diet, and she used to do stretching exercises every day until she broke her hip (髋骨) at the age of 115. However, until recently she drank two glasses of strong red wine a day, andshe does smoke (now only a little). Besides, Jeanne Calment might have got very good genes (基因) from her parents. Her father lived to the age of 94 and her mother to 86.

      A local lawyer bought her house when she was 80 under an agreement that he would pay hersome money every year until her death, lit must have seemed a good move at the time ,but so farthe lawyer has paid her at least three times the value of the house. Every year on her birthdayJeanne Calment sends him a card saying: "Sorry, I'm still alive "

C76. Jeanne Calment became a very famous woman on 17 October of 1995 because

     A. her age was almost the same as that of an old Japanese man

     B. she was a famous sportswoman and a world record holder:

     C. she set a new world record in the age of human beings

     D. she lived longer than her husband her son and grandson

B77. How does Jeanne Calment feel about her old age?

     A. She is miserable and unhappy             B. She is cheerful and humorous

     C. She likes to live much longer             D. She feels she is going to die very soon

D78. The text seems to suggest that Jeanne Calment owes her good health and long life to

     A. smoking only a little every day

      B. neither smoking nor drinking

      C. always drinking two glasses of strong red wine a day and never smoking

      D. the good genes from her parents, a healthy diet and some exercises

A79. Which of the following could best replace the word 'move' in the fourth paragraph?

      A. Deal.              B. Trick.            C. March.            D. Sport.

80. Why did Jeanne Calment say "Sorry, I'm still alive" to the local lawyer?

 

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