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2016年湖北成人高考专升本英语模拟真题和答案(4)
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. Pupil: I apologize for being late this morning. My alarm clock didn’t ring.
  Teacher: _________.
A. That’s all right. These things often happen.
B. Would you please forgive me? I never accept any apologize at all
C. Thank you, you are really too kind apologize to me
D. Never mind. You don’t have to be so polite.
2. Speaker A: Hello. May I speak to Mr. Smith?
Speaker B: ___________
A. Yes, I am Mr. Smith.
B. No, he is not in the office right now.
C. He is not here. Can I speak for him.
D. Speaking
3. Man: How is everything going wiyh you?.
Woman: ____________.
A. OK, I guess.                     B. The same to you. 
C. I’m fine. Thank you.               D. All the pleasure is mine.
4. A: Dear Tom, why don’t you come on holiday with us?
B: ______________.
A. Whether I come or not is not your business, OK?          
B. Yeah, thanks anyway.
C. How dare you invite me? I won’t go.    
D. That’s very kind of you. I’d love to.
5. Anny: Do you still have a headache, Mike?
  Mike: Yes, I do. And now I have a fever and cough constantly.
Anny: _______________.
A. That’s very regretful        B. That’s pityful
C. That’s too bad             D. Sorry, please feel comfortable
6. Speaker A: I’d like to book a ticket for next Monday morning to New York.
Speaker B: ___________.
A. What can I do for you              B. What’s the matter   
C. Just a second, please               D. At your service
7. A: Would you mind if I use your computer for a while?.
B: ________.
A. Yes. By all means                    B. No. By no means.
C. No. It’s my pleasure                   D. No. most unwillingly.
8. A: Good morning. Planning to buy a new car today?
B: ___________.
A: What kind of car are you looking for?
B: Something that has enough room for my family.
A. I am just looking around            B. I’m just looking everywhere
C. I’m just looking here and there       D. I’m just looking all the cars
9. A: Remember me to David, won’t you?.
B: _______
A. Yes. He’ll remember you for a long time             
B. Yes. I’ll give him your regards as soon as I get there
C. No. I don’t remember who’s David.           
D. OK. When will I give it to him?
10. A: May I use your dictionary this afternoon?
   B: I’m sorry, but I have to finishing translating this article today.
B: ________
A. Do as you please               B. It doesn’t matter
C. Never mind                   D. Thank you all the same
11. A: I’d like to apply for the position in your company.
B: ________.
A. Have you decided to apply for the job
B. Fine, just fill out this form
C. All right, I will take it into consideration
D. I think this is a good idea.
12. A: __________?
B: We were given 2 hours, but I finished it in half an hour.
A. How long do you have for the exam 
B. How long does the exam last
C. What did you have for the exam   
D. How long did you have for the exam
13. A: What a surprise! You changed your hairstyle.
   B: Yes, and another surprise, I’m going to get married next Monday.
   A: __________.
A. Oh, sorry, I nearly forgot that
B. Really? Congratulations!
C. How about another time? I’ll be busy next Monday?
D. Mm, Monday is the most suitable day for any marriage
14. A: Could you please make up this prescription for me?
B: _________.
A. No. You need to see a doctor first.
B. Yes. You can buy the medicine from the drugstore at the corner.l
C. Well. It is prescribed clearly in that book.
D. Certainly. I’ll do it for you right away.
15. Lilly: Have you decided what to give your son for Christmas holiday?.
Mrs. Liu.: ______.
A. Oh, Idon’t know Christmas is coming to us
B. You know, he has to decide it himself.
C. We don’t consider Christmas as a serious holiday.
D. Oh, sorry, haven’t yet. It’s a hard decision to make.
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
Cancer is among the top killer diseases in our society today and scientists have found out that stress helps to bring it on. It is worthwhile to consider, therefore, what are the causes of stress in our life, and whether we can do anything about them.
Are we under-employed, or overburdened with too many responsibilities? Do we have a right balance of work and leisure in our lives? Are our relationships with family, friends or fellow workers all they should be?
   All these things can be a cause of stress, and it is best to face it honestly, and to bring our frustrations(失意,挫折)into the open. People who have a good row and then forget it are doing their health more good than those who bottle up their feelings.
  If our self-examination has brought any causes of stress to light, let us consider what we can do about them. It is possible to change jobs. We can make more leisure and fill it more happily, if we will accept a different living standard. We can improve our personal relationships by a different attitude. It is we who allow other people to make ourselves unhappy. Often the little things that disturb us are not worth an hour’s anger. The teaching in the Bible “ Let not the sun go down upon your wrath(愤怒)” is good advice from the health point of view as well as religious.
16. which of the following statement is true?
A. Freedom from responsibilities helps relieve stress.
B. Stress is the direct cause of cancer.
C. The causes of stress are worthy of serious study.
D. Cancer is the number one killer in our society today.
17. According to the passage, which of the following types of people is more likely to suffer from stress?
A. People who have cancer.
B. People who like to quarrel with others.
C. People whose living standard is low.
D. People who have more responsibilities than they can handle.
18. Judging from the context, the word “row” in the third paragraph most probably means _____.
A. a noisy quarrel                     B. a very loud noise
C. a neat line of things side by side.       D. a journey in a boat
19. which of the following is NOT mentioned as a way to reduce our stress?
A.     Changing our jobs           
B.     Reading the Bible
C. Changing our attitude about little things that make us unhappy.
D. speaking out about our frustrations
20. “Let not the sun go down upon your wrath” probably means_____.
A. Don’t let your anger last long.
B. Don’t get angry while the sun is going down.
C. Don’t get angry easily about little things.
D. Don’t watch the sun set while you are angry.
Passage two
    Concerning money or anything else, conflicts between husband and wife usually reflect a power struggle. Conflicts between parent and child often center around the same issue. As children enter adolescence, they begin to demand greater freedom to go where they please, do what they please, and make decisions without parental interference. Many American parents do not know how to deal with their teenagers and seek advice from books, lectures, and parent training courses. Parents want to maintain a friendly relationship with their teenagers and also want to guide them so that their behavior will be whatever the parents consider proper and constructive.
   But in a society of rapidly changing social and moral values, parents and children often disagree about what is important and what is right.
   Arguments may concern such unimportant matters as styles or hairdos. But quarrels may also concern school work, after school jobs, decisions, use of the family car, dating and sex behavior. Some families have serious problems with teenagers who drop out of school, run away from home, or use illegal drugs. Because so much publicity is given to the problem teenager, one gets the impression that all teenagers are troublemaker. Actually, relatively few adolescents do anything wrong, and all grow up into “solid citizen” who fulfill most of their parents’ expectations. In fact, recent studies show that the “generation gap” is narrowing. The vast majority of teenagers share most of their parents’ values and ideas. Many parents feel that they get along with their adolescents quite well.
21. According to the writer, conflicts between husband and wife usually reflect _____.
A. feeling of hatred
B. power struggle
C. that they don’t care for each other
D. that they may appeal to divorce
22. As children enter adolescents, they begin to do the following except _____.
A. demanding greater freedom to go wherever they please
B. making decisions without parental interference
C. getting married whenever they please
D. doing what they please
23. “--- generation gap is narrowing.” Means ______.
A. the adolescents now become timid
B. parents come to get along with their children
C. the vast majority of teenagers share most of their parents’ values and ideas
D. parents and teenager don’t like to quarrel
24. Parents and children often disagree about what is important or right because _____.
A. they have different styles of life
B. they hate each other
C. parents think that their children are troublemakers
D. they are in a society of rapidly changing social and moral values
25. When many American parents don’t know how to deal with their children they seek advice from the following except ______.
A. neighbors                        B. parent-training course
C. books                           D. lectures
Passage three
   A youngster’s social development has a profound effect on his academic progress. Kids who have trouble getting along with their classmates can end up behind academically as well and have a higher chance of dropping out(). In the early grades especially, experts say, youngsters should be encouraged to work in groups rather than individually so that teachers can spot children who may be having problems making friends. “ When children work on a project,” says Lillian Kate, an educational professor at the University of Illinois, “they learn to work together, to disagree, to think to take turns and lighten tensions.” These skills can’t be learned through lecture. We all know people who have wonderful technical skills but don’t have any social skills. Relationship should be the first R.
    At a certain age, children are also learning to judge themselves in relation to others. For most children, school marks the first time that their goals are not set by an internal clock but by the outside world. Just as the 1-year- old struggling to walk the 6-year-old is struggling to meet adult expectations. “Young kids don’t know how to distinguish early-childhood education for the state of New Jersey, if they try hard to do something and fail, they may conclude that they will never be able to accomplish a particular task. The effect is serious,” says Hills, “a child who has had his confidence really damaged needs a rescue operation.”
26. In the author’s view, a kid’s poor relationship with his classmates would _____.
A. have negative effects on his study
B. develop his individualism but limit his intelligence
C. eventually lead to his leaving school
D. have nothing to do with his achievement in a course
27. In the first paragraph, the word “spot” means _______.
A. teach           B. help            C. find           D. treat
28. For most children, school makes them understand _________.
A. that it is society rather than individual that decides one’s future
B. that they can meet the social needs
C. that one’s effort and one’s ability can be two quite different matters
D. that social needs and individual needs have nothing in common
29. Which of the following is most unlikely for the author to do?
A. To talk to the students who have mental problems
B. To help students develop a feeling of self-respect
C. To keep a student from playing alone
D. T announce a student’s score in public
30. Which of the following is the major concern of the passage about a student’s needs?
A. Individualism and cooperation
B. Academic success and independent thinking
C. Socialization and feeling of competence
D. Intelligence and respect
Passage four
It is difficult to imagine what life would be like without memory. The meaning of thousands of perceptions, the bases for the decisions we make, and the roots of our habit and skills are to be found in our past experiences, which are brought into the present by memory.
Memory can be defined as the capacity to keep information available for later use. It includes not only “remembering ” things like arithmetic or historical facts, but also involving any change in the way an animal typically behaves. Memory is involved when a rat gives up eating grain because he has sniffed something suspicious in the grain pile. Memory is also involved when a six-year-old child learns to swing a baseball bat.
Memory exists not only in humans and animals but also in some physical objects and machines. Computers, for example, contain devices for storing data for later use. It is interesting to compare the memory-storage capacity of a computer with that of a human being. The instant-access memory of a large computer may hold up to 100,000 “words”--- ready for instant use. An average U.S. teenager probably recognizes the meaning of about 100,000 words of English. However, this is but a fraction of the total amount of information which the teenager has stored. Consider, for example, the number of faces and places that the teenager can recognize on sight.
    The use of words is the basis of the advanced problem-solving intelligence of human beings. A large part of a person’s memory is in terms of words and combination of words.
31. According to the passage, memory is considered to be _______.
A. the basis for decision making and problem solving
B. an ability to store experiences for future use
C. an intelligence typically possessed by human beings
D. the data mainly consisting of words and combination of words
32. The comparison made between the memory of a large capacity of a large computer and that of a human being shows that _____.
A. the computer’s memory has a little bigger capacity than a teenager
B. the computer’s memory capacity is much smaller than an adult human being’s
C. the computer’s memory capacity is much smaller even than a teenager
D. both A and B
33. The whole passage implies that _______.
A. only human beings have problem-solving intelligence
B. a person’s memory is different from a computer’s in every respect
C. animals are able to solve only very simple problems
D. animals solves problems by instincts rather than intelligence
34. The phrase “in terms of ” in the last sentence can best be replaced by ______.
A. “in connection with ”                B. “expressed by”
C. “ consisting”                       D. “by means of”
35. The topic of the passage is: __________.
A. What would life be like without memory?
B. Memory is of vital importance to life
C. How is a person’s memory different from an animal’s or a computer’s?
D. What is contained in memory?
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. Many foreign visitors were impressed by the rapid ____ of modern life in China.
A. rate           B. speed            C. pace            D. growth
37. According to the doctor, the old lady was in a helpless________ .
  A. spot          B. location          C. place          D. situation
38. If any lady owns this watch, will she please come forward and _____it ?
A. declare        B. request           C. recognize        D. claim
39. In China, fireworks are _____ set off at the spring festival.
A. occasionally      B. traditionally      C. specially      D. temporally
40. We should pay more attention to the ____ of study.
A. origin           B. sufficiency       C. efficiency     D. capability
41.________. I agree with your estimate of the situation.
A. In the way     B. On the way        C. In a way         D. In any way
42. Can you guess his _____ to the news that his parents will come back tomorrow.
A. impression       B. reaction         C. comment      D. opinion
43. I hope my teacher will take my recent illness into ____  when judging my examination.
A. regarding        B. counting         C. consideration   D. observation
44. The whole village has been_______ the missing boy.
A. looking         B. finding           C. searching      D. seeking
45. The patient felt _____ relief after taking a dose of medicine.
A. urgent         B. comfortable        C. instant        D. constant
46. _______ be the result, I will be on your side.
A. However      B. Wherever         C. No matter how    D. Whatever
47. A _____ woman is needed to take care of the two small children.
A. confident     B. reliable           C. confidential     D. faithful
48. Quite a few practical measures are taken to ______ government spending.
A. overcome      B. contract          C. reduce           D. shorten
49. China’s economic development in the year 2009 was much faster than what most western experts______ .
A. pointed       B. predicted         C. directed        D. awaited
50. Hurry up, it is ____ eight o’clock, we have only thirty minutes left.
A. almost          B. nearly         C. about           D. above
51. They were ____ then; so she could speak frankly.
A. alone           B. lonely         C. single          D. sole
52. I ill wait a quarter for you ______ you are late.
A. in charge       B. in general        C. in fact           D. in case
53. He was _____ only by his wish to help me, and expect nothing in return.
A. forced           B. pulled          C. motivated      D. motioned
54. Can you _____ to carry the heavy suitcase upstairs by yourself?
A. arrange        B. manage          C. offer            D. prepare
55. It _____ who did the good deed.
A.was them     B.was they         C.were them      D.were they
56.I saw a terrible car _____ in the street when I went to my office this morning..
A. incident       B. accident          C. event            D. happening
57. The writer and teacher ____ to give us a lecture on Global Warming _____ next month.
A.is going, some time                  B.are going, some time               
C.is going, sometime                   D.are going, sometime
58. You ____ all these calculations. We have a computer to do that sort of things
A. must not have done                     B. needn’t have done
C. can not have done                      D. would not have done
59. ____ you go you will be warmly welcomed.
A.There        B. Where        C.Wherever        D.Whatever
60. To tell you the truth. I’d rather they __________ here to see me.
A.come         B.came         C.would           D.had come
61. --- How long did it _____ you to get there ?
  --- Half an hour.
A. cost              B. pay          C. spend         D. take
62. It was _____ day yesterday that we decided to go out for a hike.
A. a such beautiful   B. such a beautiful   C. so a beautiful  D. such beautiful
63. ________ is reported that he got seven gold medals.
A.That           B.Word          C.It            D.News
64. _____ made both her parents very angry.
A.She came home late at night            B.She comes home late at night              
C.She coming home late at night          D.Her coming home late at night
65. ______ came ______the president himself would inspect our school sometime next week.
A.Word, that                          B.Word, which       
C.A word, that                         D.A word, which
66. It is no use _____ to come here right now; he is very busy.
A. ask him      B. to ask him       C. asking him     D. if you ask him
67. _____ he works just as hard as everyone else.
A.Because he is weak                     B.As he is weak                
C.Weak as is he                          D.Weak though he is
68. Hardly had I entered the classroom ____ the bell rang.
A. than            B. until          C. when          D. then
69. I will not lend my computer to you _____ you promise to take good care of it.
A. unless           B. if              C. because       D. as
70. TV is different from radio in _____ their signal transmission is not the same.
A. which           B. what           C. where          D. that
71. Do remember to pay a visit to your grandma, _______?
A. don’t you        B. didn’t you       C. aren’t you     D. will you
72. I informed that the students ______ their homework as soon as possible.
A. hand in        B. must hand in     C. were handing in    D. handed in
73. Young swans must learn how to fly as quickly as possible in order to ____ .
A. survive          B. sleep           C. revive         D. rival
74. I have two cell phones but ____ of them functions now.
A. neither            B. all         C. both           D. either
75. I can still remember ____ you for the first time. We were so young then.
A. to meet          B. to have met     C. have met       D. meeting
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.
  There are five basic functions of a newspaper: to inform, to comment, to persuade, to instruct and  76. You may think this list of functions is in order of importance but, if so, you would not be 77 agreement with the majority of the reading public. Of the two broad kinds of newspapers, the popular and quality, the former 78millions of readers, while the latter, only hundreds of thousands. Yet the popular papers seem largely 79 for entertainment.
   Their news contains  80 comment and persuasive language. The high quality newspapers  81  a much higher value on information and a much lower one on entertainment.
   It is not only in content  82the two types of paper differ. There is a difference in the style in which the articles  83. The popular papers generally use more colorful language with a lot of word-play. Their reporters make 84 shorter sentences and avoid less well-known vocabulary. This means that popular newspapers are easier for a native speaker to understand though probably not for a non-native speaker.
    In order to decide  85 a newspaper is a high quality or popular one, it is not even necessary to read it, since you can tell simply by the way it looks. Popular papers are generally smaller with fewer columns per page. They have bigger headlines and more photos. The articles are shorter and there are fewer per page.
76. A. to entertain     B. entertaining      C. entertain     D. entertainment
77. A. at             B. for             C. in          D. on
78. A. is             B. are             C. has         D. have
79. A. assigned       B. designed         C. proposed    D. programmed
80. A. a number of    B. many of          C. a lot of      D. a few of
81. A. settle          B. put             C. use         D. make
82. A. as            B. how             C. that         D. which
83. A. have written    B. to be written      C. are written   D. are written
84. A. using          B. use             C. to use       D. use of
85. A. that           B. how             C. whether     D. when
Paper Two  试卷二
                     ( 30 minutes)
Part Five  Writing ( 15 points)
Directions: You are to write in 100-120 words about the title “Web(网络)-shopping”( 网络购物). You should base your composition on the outline given in Chinese below:
1.网上购物的好处;
2.网上购物的弊端;
3.你认为网上购物的前景如何。
参考答案
1-5 DDADC 6-10 CCABD 11-15 BDBDD
16-20 CDADA 21-25 BCCDA 26-30 ACADC
31-35 BCCBB
76-85 ACCBC  BCCDC

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