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中央电大成人金融本科学位英语_安徽电大 英语学位_电大本科学位英语考试

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2010-05-1114:41北京广播电视大学

I.词汇与结构(VocabularyandStructure)20%

1)Idon’tthinkthefirst______oftheplaywillbetelevisedlive.

A.viewB.sight

C.performanceD.action

2)Heleftearly______heshouldmissthelastsubwaytrain.

A.incaseB.incaseof

C.inorderthatD.forfearof

3)3.Thereisnodoubt______theearthgoesroundthesun.

A.whetherB.that

C.ifD.why

4)IsFannythecleverestof______inthisclass?

A.anystudentsB.anyotherstudent

C.anyofthestudentsD.allthestudents

5)Westarted______gettherebeforenoon.

A.asearlyastoB.earlyenoughso

C.soearlyastoD.enoughearlyto

6)______notforyourhelp,Iwouldbeintrouble.

A.ItwasB.Wasit

C.ItwereD.Wereit

7)Generallyspeaking,awell-behavedchildhasbeenproperly______byhisparents.

A.bornupB.broughtup

C.gotupD.raisedup

8)Peterwillfailtheexam______heworkshard.

A.ifB.provided

C.untilD.unless

9)Hewillbeinawheelchairfor______ofhislife.

A.theremainingB.therest

C.theremainD.rest

10)Itwasnotuntilshetookoffherdarkglasses______Irealizedshewasafamousfilmstar.

A.thatB.sothat

C.beforeD.when

11)Ihaveseenthepicturedozensoftimes,andit’salwaysasnewtome______Ihadneverseenitbefore.

A.asB.asif

C.thoughD.like

12)Themanstandingbythewindowismyfriend,Phil.Heisexpert______operatingacomputer.

A.forB.to

C.atD.with

13)Ididn’t______totakeataxibutIhadtoasIwasafraidthatIwouldbelateforclass.

A.assumeB.suppose

C.meanD.consider

14)Fewanimalswerefoundintheforest,asmostofthemseemed______killed.

A.tohavebeenB.tobe

C.theywereD.thattheyhadbeen

15)ThepersonnelmanageraskedMarywhethershewould_____tostartworkthenextday.

A.admitB.agree

C.approveD.accept

16)Unfortunately,myauntdiedofaheartattack______herlastnovelstillunpublished.

A.whileB.with

C.butD.before

17)Thecountryhas,asexpected,gotitselfintosocialunrest______thegovernmenthaslostcontrol.

A.overthatB.that

C.overwhichD.which

18)Iwouldratheryou______goswimmingasit’sraininghard.

A.didnotB.donot

C.notD.willnot

19)The______girlisRuth’sniece.

A.CanadianlittleprettyB.prettylittleCanadian

C.CanadianprettylittleD.littleprettyCanadian

20)Hisfatheroftensaidtohim,“Youareoldenoughtomakeyourownlivinginsteadofliving______yourparents.

A.offB.for

C.byD.with

21)Theweatherhereisfairly______inspring,whichmakesitdifficulttoknowwhattowear.

A.variableB.varied

C.varietyD.various

22)Ishouldlike______earlierofthegoings-onthere.

A.havinginformedB.tohaveinformed

C.toinformD.tohavebeeninformed

23)Doesthenewspaperreportsuggestthataneconomiccrisis______soon?

A.occurB.thereis

C.therewillbeD.willoccur

24)Theperspectiveinwhichyouviewtheproblemis______mine.

A.contrarytoB.contrastfrom

C.oppositefromD.disagreeableto

25)Thetools______thefurnitureisassembledarepackedinthepackage.

A.withthatB.inwhich

C.withwhichD.bywhich

26)Ihavesomedifficultyinimprovingmycomposition.Couldyoulendme______?

A.ahelpB.anaid

C.ahandD.anarm

27)“Wouldyoucareforacupofcoffee?”“No,thankyou.I’dhave______coffee”

A.somethingbesidesB.nothingbut

C.everythingbesidesD.anythingbut

28)ItsohappenedthatJimknockedoverthecandleandthetablecloth______fire.

A.madeB.got

C.setD.caught

29)Shewenttotheticketoffice,only______thattheticketsfortheperformancehadallbeensoldout.

A.toldB.tobetold

C.beingtoldD.wasshetold

30)______whenthetrafficaccidenttookplace.

A.Hehappenedtobepassingby

B.Itsohappenedtohimtobepassingby

C.Itsohappenedforhimtobepassingby

D.Hehappenedthathewaspassingby

31)He______mebytwogamestoone.

A.beatB.conquered

C.gainedD.won

32)______anyinstructionsfromtheirgovernment,theycouldnotgiveananswer.

A.HavingnotreceivedB.Nothavingreceived

C.ReceivingnotD.Notreceiving

33)Nowadays,thenewsmediakeepusinformedofwhat______intheworld.

A.ishappeningonB.isgettingon

C.istakingonD.isgoingon

34)Metals______astheygrowcool。

A.reduceB.condense

C.contractD.compress

35)Sheisnotas______asherclassmates.

A.anactivestudentB.activethestudent

C.activeastudentD.theactivestudent

36)Sincehedidn’tfeellike______tothemovies,Isuggested______cardsathome.

A.going,playingB.togo,toplay

C.togo,playingD.going,toplay

37)Ithascometomynoticethatpeoplearenottakingfull______ofthefacilitiesofthelibrary.

A.profitB.benefit

C.advantageD.opportunity

38)Forallthoseyears,shewasnonethe______beautiful.

A.farB.less

C.veryD.least

39)______dotheygoshoppingtogether.

A.SometimesB.Often

C.OccasionallyD.Seldom

40)Noteveryonelikeshisidea;however,______itmightbeworthatry.

A.noonethinksB.anyonethinks

C.everyonethinksD.somethink

Key

1)C.performance2)A.incase

3)B.that4)D.allthestudents

5)C.soearlyasto6)D.Wereit

7)B.broughtup8)D.unless

9)B.therest10)A.that

11)B.asif12)C.at

13)C.mean14)A.tohavebeen

15)B.agree16)B.with

17)C.overwhich18)A.didnot

19)B.prettylittleCanadian20)A.off

21)A.variable22)D.tohavebeeninformed

23)D.willoccur24)A.contraryto

25)C.withwhich26)C.ahand

27)D.anythingbut28)D.caught

29)B.tobetold30)A.Hehappenedtobepassingby

31)A.beat32)B.Nothavingreceived

33)D.isgoingon34)C.contract

35)C.activeastudent36)A.going,playing

37)C.advantage38)B.less

39)D.Seldom40)D.somethink

II.辨别正确(ErrorIdentification)10%

41)Rabbitsandhareslookmuchlikeandareoftenmistakenforeachother.

ABCD

42)Buyingclothesareoftenaverytime-consumingpractice

AB

becausethoseclothesthatapersonlikesarerarelytheonesthatfithimorher.

CD

43)Thoughhehadwonseveralprizesinthecompetition,manyofus

ABC

hatedthewaywhichhetreatedotherpeople.

D

44)Headmireshersomuchthatheisalwaysreadytodothatsheaskshimtodo.

ABCD

45)Theathlete,togetherwithhiscoachandseveralrelatives,are

ABCD

travelingtotheOlympicGames

46)Tomshowsastronginterestininsects,andhespends

AB

mostofhissparetimecollectbutterflyspecimens.

CD

47)Georgehasgotawell-paidjobasanassistantmanagerinabigcompany

AB

andhisnewapartmentisinatwelve-storiesbuildingneartheFifthAvenue.

CD

48)Smithsoldmostofhisbelongings.Hehashardlynothingleftinthehouse.

ABCD

49)PioneerwomanintheWesthadmoreopportunitiestoworkthan

ABC

theyhadhadintheEast.

D

50)Allthebloodinthebodypassesthroughtheheartatleasttwicetheminute.

ABCD

Key:

41(B)42(A)43(D)44(D)45(D)46(D)47(D)

48(C)49(A)50(D)

III.完形填空(Cloze)15%

Everyhumanbeing,nomatterwhatheisdoing,givesoffbodyheat.Theusualproblemishowtodisposeofit.ButthedesignersoftheJohnstowncampusoftheUniversityofPittsburghsetthemselvesaboutthe51problem------howtocollectbodyheat.Theyhavedesignedacollectionsystemwhichutilizesnotonlybodyheat,buttheheatgivenoffbysuchobjectsaslightbulbsandrefrigeratorsaswell.Thesystemworkssowell52noconventionalfuelisneededtomakethecampus’sixbuildingscomfortable.

Somepartsofthebuildings------theatresandoffices53classrooms------aremorethanamplyheatedbypeopleandlightsandsometimesmustbeair-conditioned54inwinter.Thetechniqueof55heatandredistributingitis56“Heatrecovery”.Afewmodernbuildingsrecover__57__,buttheuniversity’ssystemisthefirsttorecoverheat58somebuildingsandreuseitin59.Alongtheway,Pitthaslearnedagreatdealaboutsomeofitsheatproducers.The60astudentstudies,themoreheathisbody61.Malestudentsemitmoreheatthan62students.Andthelargerastudent,themoreheathe63.Itistemptingto64thatthehottestprospectfortheJohnstowncampuswouldbea65,overweightmalegenius.

51)A.similarB.wrongC.opposingD.opposite

52)A.whichB.thenC.thatD.therefore

53)A.includingB.aswellC.withD.aswellas

54)A.evenB.soC.everD.much

55)A.savingB.beingsavedC.disposingD.beingdisposed

56)A.talkedB.thoughtC.suggestedD.called

57)A.lossB.coldC.temperatureD.heat

58)A.toB.fromC.withD.for

59)A.theotherB.otherC.othersD.theothers

60)A.hardB.hardestC.harderD.morehard

61)A.takesinB.givesoffC.givesinD.takesout

62)A.womanB.femaleC.girlD.boy

63)A.producesB.manufacturesC.designsD.assembles

64)A.startB.concludeC.endD.begin

65)A.easy-goingB.fun-makingC.hard-workingD.good-for-nothing

Key

51.D.opposite52.C.that53.D.aswellas54.A.even

55.A.saving56.D.called57.D.heat58.B.from

59.C.others60.C.harder61.B.givesoff62.B.female

63.A.produces64.B.conclude65.C.hard-working

IV.阅读理解(ReadingComprehension)30%

Passage1

Afterabusydayofworkandplay,thebodyneedstorest.Sleepisnecessaryforgoodhealth.Duringthistime,thebodyrecoversfromtheactivitiesofthedaybefore.Therestthatyougetwhilesleepingenablesyourbodytoprepareitselfforthenextday.

Therearefourlevelsofsleep,eachbeingalittledeeperthantheonebefore.Asyousleep,yourmuscles(肌肉)relaxlittlebylittle.Yourheartbeatsmoreslowly,andyourbrainslowsdown.Afteryoureachthefourthlevel,yourbodyshiftsbackandforthfromonelevelofsleeptotheother.

Althoughyourmindslowsdown,fromtimetotimeyouwilldream.Scientistswhostudysleepstatethatwhendreamingoccurs,youreyeballsbegintomovemorequickly(althoughyoureyesareclosed).ThisstageofsleepiscalledREM,whichstandsforrapideyemovement.

Ifyouhavetroublefallingasleep,somepeoplerecommendbreathingveryslowlyandverydeeply.Otherpeoplebelievethatdrinkingwarmmilkwillhelpmakeyoudrowsy.Thereisalsoanoldsuggestionthatcountingsheepwillputyoutosleep!

66)Agoodtitleforthispassageis________.

A.SleepB.GoodHealth

C.DreamsD.WorkandRest

67)Theunderlinedword“drowsy”inthelastparagraphmeans________.

A.sickB.standup

C.asleepD.sleepy

68)Thispassagesuggeststhatnotgettingenoughsleepmightmakeyou________.

A.dreammoreoftenB.havepoorhealth

C.preparedforthenextdayD.breathequickly

69)DuringREM,_________.

A.youreyesmovequicklyB.youdream

C.youarerestlessD.bothAandB

70)Theaveragenumberofhoursofsleepthatanadultneedsis________.

A.aboutsixyoursB.aroundtenhours

C.notstatedinthepassageD.abouteighthours

Key

66)A.S1eep

67)D.s1eepy

68)B.havepoorhealth

69)D.bothAandB

70)C.notstatedinthepassage

Passage2

Askthreepeopletolookoutthesamewindowatabusystreetcornerandtellyouwhattheysee.Chancesareyouwillreceivethreedifferentanswers.Eachpersonseesthesamescene,buteachperceivessomethingdifferentaboutit.

Perceivinggoesoninourminds.Ofthethreepeoplewholookoutthewindow,onemaysaythatheseesapolicemangivingamotoristaticket.Anothermaysaythatheseesarushhourtrafficjamattheintersection.Thethirdmaytellyouthatheseesawomantryingtocrossthestreetwithfourchildreninarow.Forperceptionisthemind’sinterpretationofwhathissenses–inthiscaseoureyes–tellus.

Manypsychologiststodayareworkingtotrytodeterminejusthowapersonexperiencesorperceivestheworldaroundhim.Usingascientificapproach,thesepsychologistssetupexperimentsinwhichtheycancontrolallofthefactors.Bymeasuringandchartingtheresultsofmanyexperiments,theyaretryingtofindoutwhatmakesdifferentpeopleperceivetotallydifferentthingsaboutthesamescene.

71)Seeingandperceivingare_____.

A.thesameaction

B.twoseparateactions

C.twoactionscarriedonentirelybyeyes

D.severalactionsthattakeplaceatdifferenttimes

72)Peopleperceivedifferentthingsaboutthesamescenebecause______.

A.theyseedifferentthings

B.theycannotagreeaboutthings

C.somehavebettereyesight

D.Noneofthese

73)Psychologistsstudyperceptionby_____.

A.settingupmanyexperiments

B.askingeachotherwhattheysee

C.lookingoutofwindows

D.studyingpeople’seyes

74)Whichofthefollowingstatementsisimpliedbutnotstated?

A.Psychologistsdonotyetknowhowpeoplesee.

B.Thebestexperimentsarethoseinwhichallfactorsarecontrolled.

C.Thestudyofperceptionisgoingonnow.

D.Perceptiondoesnotinvolvepsychologicalfactors.

75)Thebesttitleforthisselectionis____.

A.WhatPsychologistsPerceive

B.LearningOurMindsThroughScience

C.HowWePerceive

D.HowtoBecomeanExperimentalPsychologist

Key

71)B.twoseparateactions.

72)D.Noneofthese.

73)A.settingupmanyexperiments.

74)B.Thebestexperimentsarethoseinwhichallfactorsarecontrolled.

75)C.Howweperceive.

Passage3

BillGrantwasafamousnewspapereditor(编辑)intheUnitedStates.Heworkedforthesamenewspaperfrom1926to1968.Hestartedasaclerkbutby1948hehadbecometheeditor.Thatwasthepositionhehelduntilheretired.

BillwrotehisfirststoryforthepaperthedaytheNewYorkStock(股票)Marketcrashedin1929.Twoofthepaper’sreporterswerethirtymilesfromtowncheckingonanairplanecrash.TheotheronewasinSanFranciscoinvestigatingChinatown.

WhenthefirstnewsofthestockmarketcameintotheofficeBillimmediatelysatdownandwroteupthestory.Theeditorlikeditsomuchthatheusedthestory.Andhedidn’tmakeanychangesinit.AfterthattheeditordecidedBillshouldbeareporter.Hefelthewasnotusinghisrealabilityworkingasaclerk.

AfterthisfirststoryBillbecameespeciallyinterestedinfinancialnews.Buthewrotestoriesonjustabouteverything.In1945hespentfivemonthsinEurope.HiseditorhaddecidedheshouldwriteabouttheendofWorldWarII.HispaperwasthesmallestonewithawriterinEurope.

OneofBill’sgreatestmomentscamein1946.AstoryhehadwrittenonwarwontheNationalNewspaperman’sAward.Billtooktheprizebuthegaveallthecredit(荣誉)tohiseditor.

Billhadaheartattackin1957.Herecoveredfullybutin1961hebegansufferingfromanewdisease.Itlastedfortherestofhislife.Heovercamemanyemotionalsufferingsaswell,includingthedeathofhisoldestdaughterinacaraccident.

ItwasjustbeforeChristmasin1967thathelearnedhehadcancer.Sixmonthslaterhedied.Buthehadneverstoppedhisworkasaneditor.Thedaybeforehediedhehadspentafulldayattheoffice.

76)BillGrant________.

A.wasanewspapereditorfrom1926to1968

B.wrotehisfirststoryabouttheNewYorkStockMarketcrashin1929andsoonafterthathebecametheeditorofthenewspaper

C.hadaheartattackin1957andrecoveredfullylateron

D.wrotestoriesonnothingbutfinancialmatters

77)WecandeducefromthepassagethatwhenBillwaswritingthestoryabouttheNewYorkStockMarketcrashtherewere________reportersonthenewspaper.

A.two

B.three

C.four

D.morethanfour

78)WhichofthefollowingisNOTtrue?

A.BillGrantstartedhisworkforthenewspaperasaclerk.

B.BillGrantovercamehisphysicalsufferingsbutnothisemotionalsufferingswhenhewasgettingoninyears.

C.In1961Billbegansufferingfromanewdisease,butwearenottoldwhatthediseasewas.

D.BillGrantspentmostofhislifetimeintheUnitedStates.

79)WhichofthefollowingisNOTalogicalconclusion?

A.BillstayedinEuropeforfivemonthsin1945andthereforetheeditordecidedthatheshouldwriteabouttheendofWorldWarII.

B.Bill’sfirststorywasfreefromerrors.

C.Billhadatleasttwochildren.

D.WhenBillwontheNationalNewspaperman’sAward,hewasgratefultohiseditor.

80)BillGrantdiedof________.

A.adiseaseunknowntoanybody

B.hearttroublein1968

C.cancerbytheendof1968

D.cancerinmid1968

key

76)C.hadaheartattackin1957andrecoveredfu1lylateron

77)B.three

78)B.BillGrantovercamehisphysicalsufferingsbutnothisemotionalsufferingswhenhewasgettingoninyears.

79)A.BillstayedinEuropeforfivemonthsin1945andthereforetheeditordecidedthatheShouldwriteabouttheendofWorldWarII

80)D.cancerinmid1968

V.英汉翻译(English-ChineseTranslation)15%

81)Iwalkedallthewayhere,whichhasmademeabittired.

82)It’sreallywonderfulthatyoushouldhavefulfilledtheplanthreemonthsaheadoftime.

83)Howwasitthatyoudidn’tgotothebank?

84)itwasn’tuntilIreadthebookthatIbegantoknowsomethingaboutfinance.

85)Whenthemarketisverylow,companieswithgreateconomicstrengthwillthinkofbuyingupothercompanies.

参考答案

81)我一路走了来的,这使我略微有点累。

82)真了不起他们竟能提早三个月完成了方案。

83)你今天没去银行,这是什么搞的?

84)我等到看了这本书才对财政学有些知道。

85)当行业比较匮乏时中央电大成人金融本科学位英语,具有超强能力的大企业都会考虑出售任何公司。

VI.写作(Writing)10%

86)Direction:Forthispart,youareallowedtwenty(20)minutestowriteacompositiononthetopic:GettingtoKnowtheWorldOutsidetheCampus.Youshouldwrite100-120wordsandyoushouldbaseyourcompositionontheoutline(giveninChinese)below:

1.大学生知道社会的必要性。

2.了解社会的方式(大众渠道,社会服务等)。

3.我准备什么做。

Example

GettingtoKnowtheWorldOutsidetheCampus

Withthedevelopmentofoursociety,thecampusisnolongeran“IvoryTower”.Itisnecessaryforcollegestudentstogooutsidetogettoknowtheworld.Theyshouldacquireknowledgenotonlyfrombooksbutalsofromthesociety.Thustheycanadapttosocietymorequicklyaftertheygraduatefromschool.Scienceandtechnologyaredevelopingrapidlywitheachpassingday.MoststudentscankeepthemselvesinformedbywatchingTV,listeningtotheradio,readingnewspapersandusingtheinternet.It’salsogoodtotakeapart-timejob,suchastutoring,orworkinginarestaurant.Anyofthesewillenablestudentstogetintouchwithsociety.

Thesummervacationwillsoonbehere.I’vealreadyenrolledtobeavolunteertohelpothers.IthinkIcandoagoodjob.AlthoughIwon’tbepaid,Icanlearnalotaboutsociety,whichIthinkisevenmoreimportant.

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