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2016年湖北成人高考专升本英语模拟真题和答案(2)
paper one 试卷一  
 (90 minutes)
Part one  Dialogue Completion(15 points)
Directions: There are 15 short incomplete dialogues in this part, each of them followed by 4 choices marked by A, B, C and D. choose the best one to complete the dialogue and mark your answer on the ANSWER SHEET with a single line throw the center.
1. Laura: Philip, Would you come to Ted’s birthday party this Saturday?
  Philip: ____ but I will go to visit my grandparents this weekend.
  A. I’d like to.                     B. Why Saturday?
C. Don’t worry. I will be there.       D. Of course I will come.
2. Woman: How did your job interview go?
  Man: ______________________
 A. a manager interviewed me.
B. I couldn’t feel much better, the questions were very fair.
C. I was confident that I answered all the questions to the needs of the interviewer.
D. I answered the questions to his satisfaction. But he may discriminate against me.
3. Mary: I feel sorry that I am late again.
  Angela: ________
A. You are welcome                   B. Don’t mention it.
C. That’s great                        D. Never mind
4. A: Would you like to go to the party tomorrow?
  B: ______ . What kind of party?.
A: It’s a birthday party.
A. Sounds good                      B. Looks nice
C. seems all right                     D. Feels excellent
5. Richard: It is wonderful to hear that our book has been published.
  Tailor: ___________
A. Oh, its nothing special.
B. It’s OK.
C. I’m glad to hear your flatter.
D. No not a big deal for me.
6. A: Allow me to introduce myself. My name is Brown, the manager of the company.
B: __________
A. You must be mistaken. I don’t know you at all
B. Hello, Brown! Haven’t seen you for ages.
C. How do you do, Mr. Brown? Very happy to see you.
D. Hi, Brown! Welcome to China.
7. A: How annoying! I can’t figure a solution to this problem. Can you help me?
B: __________.
  A. Why don’t you do it yourself
B. OK. Though it is beyond me, let me try.
C. You shouldn’t feel annoyed. After all, it is your own problem.
D. Well, I’m afraid I can’t at this moment
8. A: Can I take you a cup of coffee?
  B: ____________
A. I don’t take sugar, thank you. 
B. That’s very nice of you.
C. Thank you for the coffee.                       
D. Sorry, I am not very thirsty now.
9. A: Take a seat, Mr. Jim. could you tell me which position you think most appeals to you?
  B: ___________
A. Well, I am easy-going and have many interests..
B. I’m strong willed and determined .
C. I prefer to take the post of sales manager if you think I am qualified
D. I don’t quite care whichever is offered to me
10. Nile: That’s a beautiful dress you have on?
Mary: ___________
A. Actually I don’t like it very much   
B. Oh, thank you. I just got it yesterday
C. Yes, I think so          
D. No, it’s not that beautiful. Yours is better.
11. Dancy: Hello, Fred. What’s wrong with your arms?.
   Fred: I broke it when I was skating during the holiday.
Dancy: Oh, No! ________
Fred:  Much better, thanks.
  A. What a nuisance               B. How awful! How is it now?
C. Why was that?                 D. What a trouble!
12. Jim: Christmas day is coming. Have a nice holiday.
   Jackson: _________
A. Well, I’ll stay home              B. Thanks, the same to you.
C. What’s your plan?               D. Yes. I will. How about you?
13. A: Hi, Richard. How is everything?
   B: ___________
A. I don’t care at all                 B. No good, thanks
C. Thank you for asking              D. Not bad. How are you?
14. A: Thank you for your help. I really appreciate it.
   B: _____________.
A. That is a piece of cake             B. That’s a great idea.
C. My pleasure                     D. Don’t worry. Everything will be fine.
15. Ted: Do you happen to know what’s on after the news?
   Ron: _________
A. There is no important news after that
B. I’m not interested in the program
C. It’s a documentary about animals
D. I hope you watch a movie after that
Part two   Reading and Comprehension (40 points)
Directions: There are 4 passages in this part. Each of the passages is followed by 5 questions or unfinished statements. For each of them there are 4 choices marked A, B, C and D. choose the best and mark your answer on the ANSWER SHEET with a single line throw the center.
Passage one
As world population becomes denser, we will feel greater pressure from the expanding number of people. Some experts argue that we are approaching the limit of the number of people the earth can support adequately, and they feel we should turn to compulsory birth control. Other authorities feel that if birth control is imposed on the population, the future of mankind would be seriously jeopardized (危害). They think that very intelligent people would be more likely to have fewer children and this would bring about a lowering of the general level of intelligence in the population as a whole. However, some critics see a fallacy in this argument. In addition to genetics, they say, intelligence depends on an adequate diet, a good home environment, parental attention, and education--- all of which are increasing in the world as the general population becomes more affluent.           
16. Some people think birth control is _____.
A. too strict               B. not a workable idea
C. dangerous              D. only for religious people
17. Critics say intelligence is based on _____ .
A. a good home environment   B. adequate
C. genetics                 D. all of the above
18. The word “fallacy” probably means ____.
A. False idea        B. Different idea
C. Unique idea      D. Dangerous idea
19. Which of the following statements is NOT true?
A. The whole world is faced with the problem of increasing population.
B. Some scientists argued that birth control can affect the level of intelligence
C. Genetics is one of the main factors to intelligence
D. Food, family attention and education have nothing to do with intelligence
20. What is this passage mainly about?
A. Birth control                B. How to develop intelligence
C. Population and intelligence    D. The importance of genetics
Passage two
   It is all very well to blame traffic jams, the cost of petrol and the quick pace of modern life, but manners on the road are becoming terrible. You might tolerate the rude and in considerate driver, but nowadays the well-mannered drivers is the exception to the rule. Perhaps we need a campaign calling for “Be Kind to Other Drivers”, otherwise, it may get completely out of hand.
   Road politeness is not only good manners, but good sense too. It takes the most cool-headed and good-tempered of the driver to resist the temptation to revenge when treated rudely. On the other hand, a little politeness goes a long way towards relieving the tension of driving. A friendly nod or wave in response to an act of politeness helps to create an atmosphere of goodwill. Tolerance is absolutely necessary in modern traffic condition. But such politeness is very rare today. Many drivers nowadays don’t even seem to recognize politeness when they see it.
A veteran driver, whose manners are faultless, told me that it would help if motorist learn to drive correctly into traffic streams without causing the total blockages 拥堵 that may give rise to bad temper. Unfortunately, modern motorists can’t even learn to drive, let alone be well-mannered on the road. Years ago the experts warned us that the car-ownership explosion would demand a lot more give-and-take平等互让 from all road users. It is high time for all of us to take this message to heart.
21. According to the passage, troubles on the road are mainly caused by ______.
A. people’s attitude towards driver     B. the rhythm of modern life
C. traffic condition                  D. the behavior of the driver
22. The sentence “You might tolerate the rude and in considerate driver, but nowadays the well-mannered drivers is the exception to the rule.” Implies that ____.
A. our society is unjust to well-mannered driver.
B. rude drivers can be met only occasionally
C. nowadays impolite drivers constitute the majority of motorists
D. the well-mannered motorists cannot tolerate the rude driver.
23. By “good sense” (para 2.) the writer means ______.
A. the driver’s prompt response to difficult conditions
B. the driver’s ability to understand and react politely
C. the driver’s tolerance of bad road conditions
D. the driver’s acknowledge of traffic regulations
24. Experts have long pointed out that in the face of car-ownership explosion, _____.
A. drivers should be ready to yield to one another.
B. road users should make more sacrifices
C. drivers will suffer a great loss if they pay no respect to others
D. drivers should have more communication among others
25. In the writer’s opinion, ______.
A. drivers should apply road politeness properly
B. strict traffic regulations are badly needed
C. rude and inconsiderate drivers should be punished
D. drivers should try their best to avoid traffic jams
Passage three
  What do we mean by a satisfactory standard of living? Obviously, it must include the basic necessities of life such as food, clothing and shelter. To get these necessities on regular basis, a person must have a reliable income. But we have other needs which would probably also be included as basic, such as health and education facilities.
   We may think of all these as our needs. Yet most of us would be far from satisfied if we had nothing more than these which are supplied for us. We all enjoy extra income to spend on things like books, sports or hobbies. Sometimes we save some of this extra income to pay for future expense of this type on holidays. So we must add our wants to our basic needs. Our standards of living is the degree, to which these needs and wants are satisfied.
   But as time goes on, what we think of as our basic needs changes. Twenty years ago a television would have been a luxury, and still is in some countries now. Even now we cannot say it is a need in the same sense as food, clothing and shelter. Yet if most of the people of a country have one, it comes to be accepted as a need. It is possible therefore to have food, clothing and shelter and still be poor by the standard of our own country.
 26. What we need in life is divided into ______ according to this article
A. the basic necessities and luxury
B. many kinds of need such as food, clothing and houses
C. four groups the basic necessities, luxury, reliable income and future expense
D. the basic necessities and reliable income
27. A person who gets the basic necessities must ____ according to the writer.
A. have a reliable income              B. learn how to please his manager
C. finish his work ahead the time        D. get a good education
28. We all enjoy ____________.
A. having only reliable income
B. having reliable income and extra income
C. having nothing more than food and clothing
D. having nothing more than reliable income
29. With time going on, ______.
A. a luxury may change into a need which most people want to get
B. the basic needs are getting smaller and smaller
C. a luxury and the basic needs can be exchanged
D. the basic needs can be changed into a luxury
30. If most people of a country have a television, we _______.
A. can say the television is a need in the same sense as food and clothing and shelter
B. can say the television must be in the basic necessities
C. can not say the television is the basic necessities
D. can say every family must have one
Passage four
    Movies are the most popular form of entertainment for millions of Americans. They go to the movies to escape their normal everyday existence and to experience a life more exciting than their own. They may choose to see a particular film because they like the actors or because they have heard the film has a good story. But the main reason why people go to the movies is to escape. Sitting in a dark theater, watching the images on the screen, they enter another world that is real to them. They become involved in the lives of the characters in the movie, and for two hours, they forget all about their own problems. They are in a dream world where things often appear to be more romantic and beautiful than in real life.
   The biggest “dream factories” are in Hollywood, the capital of the film industry. Each year, Hollywood studios make hundreds of movies that are shown all over the world. American movies are popular because they tell stories and are well-made. They provide the public with heroes who do things the average person would like to do but often can not. People have to cope with many problems and much trouble in real life, so they feel encouraged when they see the “good guys” win in the movie.
31. The Americans go to the movies mainly because they want ______.
A. to enjoy a good story                B. to experience an exciting life
C. to see the actors and the actresses      D. to escape their everyday life
32. Which of the following is the normal response to the movies they watch?
A. They feel that everything on the screen is familiar to them
B. They try to turn their dreams into reality
C. They become so involved that they forget their own problems
D. They are touched by the life stories of the actors and actresses.
33. It is obvious that real life is ______.
A. less romantic than that in the movies
B. more romantic than that in the movies
C. as romantic as that in the movies
D. filled with romantic stories
34. The American movies are popular because ______.
A. they are well-made and the stories are interesting
B. the characters in the movies are free to do whatever they like
C. the heroes have to cope with many problems and frustrations
D. good guys in the movies always win in the end
35. People enjoy seeing the movies because they ______.
A. are tired of their everyday lives
B. feel inspired by the heroic deeds of the good guys
C. want to see who win in the end
D. have to cope with many problems in their lives
Part Three Vocabulary and Structure (20 points)
Directions: There are 40 incomplete sentences in this part. For each sentences there are 4 choices marked A, B, C and D. choose one to complete the sentence and mark your answer on the ANSWER SHEET with a single line through the center.
36. Hefei has many tourist attractions. It ______ thousands of visitors every year.
A. absorbs      B. draws         C. appoints         D. arranges
37. He asked us if we would _____ to share a table.
A. accepted        B. consider           C. agree       D. admit
38. Because the price of the land has not been agreed ____, we can not go ahead with the construction right now.
A. to           B. on             C. with            D. about
39. You have a bad cough. You’d better give up smoking as it ____your health,
A. affects        B. causes         C. effects          D. influences
40. CCTV news has once _____that the swine flu is under control in China.
  A. revealed      B. revolved       C. informed         D. told
 41. As we all know, too much ____ to the sun is harmful to the skin.
A. exposure      B. extension        C. exhibition     D. expansion
42. If you want to know the train schedule, please ____ at the booking office.
A. acquire         B. inquire          C. request        D. require
43. I have promised to help you and I will _____ my word.
A. hold            B. follow            C. keep        D. stick
44. How much do you ________  for a haircut in your shop?
A. claim          B. demand        C. price        D. charge
45. It is wrong to think that experts are _____ right.
A. steadily         B. invariably          C. constantly    D. fortunately
46. Nowadays, doctors may use medical instrument in diagnosis, but still they must make the final decision and ____ medication by themselves.
A. describe           B. decide          C. subscribe       D. prescribe
47. When a consumer has bought a product of poor quality, he has a right to seek a refund, replacement of the product, or other _______.
A. resolution        B. settlement       C. remedy         D. treatment
48.Libai is a _______ poet, wrote many famous poems.
A. imaginative      B. imaginary        C. imaging        D. imaginable
49. Many of the earliest ______ into the U.S. established large plantations.
A. emigrants        B. emigrations      C. immigrants     D. migrants
50. The little boy was quite _____ about everything he saw in the science hall.
A. anxious         B. curious            C. cautious      D. conscious
51. Would you please help ______ the papers?
A. give out         B. give in          C. give off         D. give up
52. The witness said it wasn’t an accident; you did it ________.
A. in advance     B. by chance        C. on purpose    D. without a purpose
53. Children are well _____ in the nursery while parents were away.
A. looked at        B. looked for         C. looked after    D. looked into
54. They decided to _____ a committee to inquire into the accident in this city.
A. put up          B. get up             C. set up        D. make up
55. It is the driver’s carelessness that _____ the traffic accident.
 A. result at          B. result with       C. result in        D. result from
56. Having broken the window, the little boy dared not go to school because he was afraid of _______.
A. punished                          B. punishing
C. having been punished                D. being punished
57. Once you ___ to work , you will find that it is not easy to be on yourself
A. must begin        B. began      C. will begin         D. begin
58. The reason ____ I didn’t attend the meeting yesterday was that I could not afford the time.
A. why              B. for that       C. which         D. where
59. I cannot stand him, he always talks as though he _____ our boss.
A. has been        B. had been     C. would be         D. is becoming
60. I don’t know why they quarrel with each other, _____ do I care.
A. as               B. either         C. nor           D. but
61. When giving evidence in a law court, people are expected to tell the _____ truth.
A. maximum       B. perfect        C. absolute         D. positive
62. The police have not yet found a possible ____ for the attack on the man.
A. example        B. signal         C. principle         D. motive
63.____ of shelter and clean drinking water was the Red Cross’s main concern for the disaster victims.
A. Provision     B. Protection       C. Supplement       D. Reservation
64. Black people usually run _____ than white people.
A. quicklier        B. more quicklier     C. more quickly   D. more quicker
65. I wonder ______ these building material is used for.
A. that           B. what             C. whether       D. if
66. The construction of this new bridge ______ next month.
A. will be completed                        B. is going to complete
C. will complete                            D. is to complete
67. The shop assistant  ____  I thought would be praised was fired by her boss.
A. who          B. whom         C. about whom       D. which
68. It is necessary that you ____ for a leave before leaving for Beijing.
A. ask           B. asked         C. have asked      D. will ask
69. I can’t afford ______ a diamond ring after having bought the new house.
A. buying her      B. her to buy       C. to buy her      D. buy for her
70. After supper, many people stroll along the lake side, _________.
A. chatting and laughing                  B. to chat and to laugh
C. to chat and laugh                      D. chatted and laughed
71. ________ is reported, the prime minister paid a visit to their university.
A. Because          B. That           C. Which        D. As
72. I’ll return your notes as soon as I ________ copying them.
A.finish         B.will finish     C.am finished       D.finishing
73. Who was the first student _____ at the meeting yesterday afternoon
A. who spoke to you                        B. you spoke to
C. you spoke                              D. whom you spoke
74. To his great surprise, his gold watch was not _____he had put it a moment ago.
A.there          B.where          C.in the place   D.in which
75 . That is the girl _____ father is the present president of our university.
A. whose          B. whom           C. who          D. which
Part four  Cloze Test  ( 10 points )
Directions: There are 10 blanks in the following passage. For each numbered blank, there are 4 choices marked A. B. C and D. choose the best one and mark your answer on the ANSWER SHEET with a single line through the center.
 Nonviolent resistance is not a method for coward; it does resist. If one uses this method because he is afraid or merely because he lacked the  76 of violence, he is not truly nonviolent. This is why Gandhi often said that if cowardice is the only alternative to violence, it is better to fight. He made this  77  conscious of the fact that there is always another alternative: no individual or group need submit  78  any wrong, nor need they use 79  to right that wrong; there is the way of nonviolent resistance. It is not a method of passivity. The phrase “passive resistance ” often gives the 80  impression that this is a sort of “do-nothing-method” in which the resister quietly and  81 accept evil. But nothing is further from the truth. For the nonviolent resister is passive in the sense  82   he is not physically aggressive toward the 83  , his mind and emotion are always active, constantly seeking to persuade his opponent that he is wrong. The method is passive  84  but strongly active spiritually. It is not passive non-resistance to evil; it is  85  nonviolent resistance to evil.    
76. A. impulse         B. instrument        C. courage        D. foundation
77. A. idea            B. method           C. question       D. statement
78. A. to              B. in               C. at             D. on
79. A. fighting         B. action            C. violence       D. tactics
80. A. strong           B. deep            C. profound       D. false
81. A. passively        B. willingly         C. completely      D. ultimately
82. A. which           B. that             C. where          D. as
83. A.enemy           B. speaker          C. opponent       D. competitor
84. A. mentally        B. economically      C. actually        D. physically
85 . A. active          B. just              C. only          D. passive
Paper Two  试卷二
( 30 minutes)
Part Five  Writing ( 15 points)
Directions [di‘rek??n]: You are to write a letter of gratitude [?ɡrætitju:d] within 100-120 words . You should base your composition on the outline given in Chinese below:
Traveling
1. 有人喜欢旅行;
2. 有人不喜欢旅行;
3. 你对旅行的看法。
模拟试卷1 参考答案
1-5 ADDAB    6-10 CABCC  11-15 BBDCC
16-20 BDADC21-25 DCBAA 26-30 AABAA  31-35 DCAAB
36-40 BCBAA 41-45 ABCDB 46-50 DCACB
51-55 ACCCC  56-60DDACC  61-65 CDACB  66-70 AAACA  71-75 AABBA
76-85 BDACD ABCDA

 


 

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