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2012年9月远程全国统考大学英语模拟卷--10  

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大学英语B 10

 

一、交际英语

1-- May I borrow your umbrella for a moment?

-- ______________.

  ANo, you can't do it

  BSorry, but you may not

  CWell, I am afraid I am going to use it myself

  DOf course not. I'm going to need it myself

答案 C

2- Excuse me, can you tell me the way to the bus stop?

- _________

  AYes, go straight down this way to the end.

  BWhy do you ask me the way?

  CYes, I will.

  DNo, I can't tell you that.

答案 A

3How much is that meat, please?

- _____________________

  ATen o'clock.

  BTen yuan a kilo.

  CI like it very much.

  DI don't like.

答案 B

4- Hello, may I talk to the director now?

- _________

  ASorry, he is busy at the moment.

  BNo, you can't.

  CSorry, you can't.

  DI don't know.

答案 A

5-- We are going to have a singing party tonight. Would you like to join us?

-- ________

  AI'm afraid not, because I have to go to an important meeting.

  BOf course not. I have no idea.

  CNo, I can't.

  DThat's all set.

答案 A

       

二、阅读理解

1

    Martin Luther King was a black minister, who became a great leader of the civil rights movement in the 1950s and 1960s.

    King was born on January 15, 1929 in Atlanta, Georgia. When he was young, he was strongly influenced by Thoreau and Indian leader Mahatma Gandhi's idea of non-violent resistance. Having received a Ph. D (Doctor of Philosophy) from Boston University, he became a political and religious leader of the non-violent civil relights movement in 1955. On August 28, 1963, he led over 250,000 Americans on a march in Washington D.C. to fight for the Civil Rights Law to guarantee equality for all people, and delivered his best known speech "I Have a Dream" before the Lincoln Memorial. The "dream" is a dream of brotherly love and equality for the Black and White. Thus, he was awarded the Nobel Prize for peace in 1964, but he was murdered four years later.

    Though he died, he was greatly respected and loved by the Americans, both the white and the black. By vote of Congress in 1968, the third Monday of every January is now a federal holiday in Luther King's honor. He lives in people's hearts forever.

(1)Martin Luther King was murdered when he was 39 years old.

  AT

  BF

答案 A

(2)Martin Luther King was a black minister only.

  AT

  BF

答案 B

(3)Martin Luther King's Day has been a federal holiday for more than 40 years.

  AT

  BF

答案 A

(4)The underlined word "delivered" in the second paragraph could be replaced by "gave".

  AT

  BF

答案 A

(5)The best title for this passage is "Civil Rights Law".

  AT

  BF

答案 B

2

It has been reported that in colleges across the United States, the daytime serial drama known as the soap opera has suddenly become "in". Between the hours of 11 a.m. and 4:30 pm, college television lounges are filled with soap opera fans who can't wait to see the next episode in the lives of their favorite characters.

Actually, soaps are more than a college favorite; they're a youth favorite. When school is out, high-school students are in front of their TV sets. One young working woman admitted that she turned down a higher paying job rather than give up watching her favorite serials. During the 1960's, it was uncommon for young people to watch soap operas. The mood of the sixties was very different from now. It was a time of seriousness, and talk was about social issues of great importance.

Now, seriousness has been replaced by fun. Young people want to be happy. It may seem strange that they should turn to soap opera, which is known for showing trouble in people's lives. But soap opera is enjoyment. Young people can identify with the soap opera character, who, like the college-age viewer, is looking for happy love, and probably not finding it. And soap opera gives young people a chance to feel close to people without having to bear any responsibility for their problems.

 

(1)What is soap opera?

  APlays based on science fiction stories.

  BPlays based on non-fiction stories.

  CThe daytime serial dramas on TV.

  DPopular documentary films on TV.

答案 C

(2)What can be the best title of the passage?

  ACollege student viewers.

  BFavorite TV serials.

  CSoap opera fans.

  DCollege-age viewers.

答案 C

(3)Which is NOT the reason why the soap opera has suddenly become "in" among American  young people ?

  ABecause the viewers want to be happy and to enjoy themselves.

  BBecause the soap opera makes young people feel close to their people.

  CBecause the viewers can find themselves in the soap opera characters.

  DBecause the young people have to bear the responsibilities for their troubles.

答案 D

(4)What can we learn from the passage? _________

  ACollege students like soap operas more than any other social groups.

  BYoung people of sixties liked soap operas more than people today.

  Cyoung viewers have turned themselves from the seriousness of sixties to enjoyment now.

  DThe young as a whole are trying to look for happy love but in vain.

答案 C

(5)What message does the author want to convey to us? _________

  AThe people's favorites to drama works have been changed for a long time.

  BThe people's favorites to drama works change along with the times.

  CThe people's favorites to drama works is changed by the soap opera.

  DThe people's favorites have changed the drama works.

答案: B

       

三、词汇与语法

1Helen was seriously injured in a car ______.

  Aincident

  Baccident

  Cevent

  Dmatter

答案 B

2Picking apples was hard work, ________ they really enjoyed it.   

  Aand

  Bso

  Cbut

  Dor

答案 C

3We often get ______when people cut in line.

  Aannoying

  Bannoyed

  Cto annoy

  Dannoy

答案 B

4Both the kids and their parents ______ English, I think. I know it from their accent.

  Ais            

  Bbeen

  Care             

  Dwas

答案 C

5_______ these honours he received a sum of money.

  AExcept            

  BBut            

  CBesides          

  DOutside

答案 C

       

四、完型填空

    In the eighteenth century, cities became larger and larger. People moved from the countryside and small towns to the   1  because there was more work for them to do in the cities.

On Sundays and holidays, they liked to leave the cities and have a good time in the countryside. But not every   2  had a horse or a wagon(四轮马车). People needed a simpler means of transportation.Inventors in many countries tried to solve this problem.

The first bicycle, which was very simple,  3   in 1790. People called "the horse on wheel". Then in 1861, after many improvements being made, the bicycle became a practical   4  of transportation.

    People liked bikes because they weren't as expensive as horses and didn't need to be fed. They could go anywhere and were easy to   5  .

(1)

  Aappeared

  Bcities

  Cfamily

  Dmeans

  Eride

答案 B

(2)

  Aappeared

  Bcities

  Cfamily

  Dmeans

  Eride

答案 C

(3)

  Aappeared

  Bcities

  Cfamily

  Dmeans

  Eride

答案 A

(4)

  Aappeared

  Bcities

  Cfamily

  Dmeans

  Eride

答案 D

(5)

  Aappeared

  Bcities

  Cfamily

  Dmeans

  Eride

答案 E

       

五、英译汉

(1)He has taught English in this university ever since he moved to this city.

(2)We are getting ready for our English examination.

(3)She looks lovely when she is happy.

(4)I've never heard such good music in a computer game.

       

六、写作

Instructions:建议你在30分钟内,根据下面所给的题目和提纲用英语写出一篇不少于80词的短文。

1.你特别喜欢的运动;

2.你喜欢的理由。

My Favorite Sport

 

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