2014年专插本英语试题

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专插本英语


 

2014年专插本英语试题Part I Vocabulary and Structure (35%)

Directions:There are 35 incomplete sentences in this part. For each sentence, there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. Choose the one that best completes the sentence, and then mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet.

 

3. The committee (      )a conclusion only after days of discussion.

A. reached   B. achieved   C. arrived      D. Completed

 

4. The next afternoon I went to (      )Miss Barkley again, but found her out.

A. call for  B. call on     C. call up   D. call off

 

5. He said (      ) was not within his power to answer the question,

A. that   B. this   C. what   D. It

 

6. (      )to hurt her, he did not tell her the truth.

A. Not to want   B. Not wanting   C. To want not   D. Wanting not

 

7. He risked (      )   his house when his company went bankrupt.

A. to lose   B. having lost   C. losing    D. to have lost

 

8. I didn' t heat (      )because there was too much noise where I was sitting.

A. what did he say    B. what he said      C. what was he saying     D. what to say

 

9.I can't (      )this type of computer, it's too expensive.

A. cost     B. spend       C. afford      D. Calm

 

10.Faced with the crisis, the girl looked pale, but was quite      .

A. silent B. quiet   C. still   D. calm

 

11.He didn't allow (      ) in his room. Actually he did not allow his family (      )at all.

A. to smoke, to smoke     B. smoking, to smoke

C. to smoke, smoking      D. smoking, smoking

 

12.George took (      ), of the fine weather to do a day's work in his garden.

A. advantage  B. profit     C. use   D. Charge

 

13.I was very tired. Otherwise, I (      ) to the theatre with you.

A. had gone  B. would go  C. will have gone   D. would have gone

 

14.Seldom (      )in such a ride way.

A. we have been treated    B. we have treated

C. have we been treated    D. have we treated

 

13.This well-known international organization was (      ) several years ago.

A. setup  B. made up    C. taken up   D. got up

 

14.The policeman(      )the thief down the road

A.chased   B.ran   C.rushed   D.raced

 

15.Every means(      )but  it`s not so effective.

A.have been tried   B.has been  tried  C.have tried  D.has tried

 

16.By the time class was over,the rain__

A.will stop   B.would stop  C.had stopped   D.have stopped

 

17.Fortunately,the demonstration(      )to be quite peaceful.

A.turned in  B.turned out  C.turned off   D.turned up

 

18.Mr.Johnson,together with his wife and two daughters, (      )to arrive this evening.

A.were     B.are     C.was     D.is

 

19. (      ),he`ll make a first-class tennis player.

A.given time  B.to give time  C.giving time  D.being given time

 

20.we shall have an opportunity to exchange(      )tomorrow.

A.sights   B.opinions   C.thoughts   D.minds.

 

21.Many birds___the island during the summer months

A.settle   B.join    C.move     D.minds

 

22.Thank you for the(      )you did me to move the sofa upstairs.

A.favor   B.good    C.help   D.aid

 

23.I paid him 50 dollars for the painting,but its real(      )must be about 500 dollars.

A.fee     B.value     C.price    D.fare

 

24.We enjoyed ourselves very much at the party.You(      )with us.

A.must have come      B.must come

C.should have come    D.should come

 

25.Where is the(      )writing desk?

A.charming round small  B.round small charming

C.charming small round  D.small round charming

 

26.It would be unwise to(      )too much importance to these opinion polls.

A.stick      B.give      C.apply      D.attach

 

27.We haven`t been able to find out the(      )of the rumor.

A.source      B.cause     C.resource      D.reason

 

28.I(      )to come to your house last night but it rained hard.

A.thought     B.attended      C.intended      D.considered

 

29.The authorities have refused to(      )from 2.5 to 3 million pounds.

A.deserve      B.agree      C.approve     D.grant

 

30.the authorities have refused to(      )him a visa to visit England.

A.arrange     B.agree      C.range     D.include

 

31.By the time I saw the job advertised,it was too late to(      )

A.ask       B.request      C demand        D apply

 

32.Unfortunately he didn`t(      )to read the agreement carefully before signing it.

A.bother       B.disturb       C.trouble      D.interrupt

 

33.Import for the first three months this year is larger than for the (      )period last year.

A.relating   B.concerning   C.corresponding    D.regarding

 

34.I bought a new bicycle, (      )was very high.

A.the price of which  B.which price

C.price of which D.which the price

 

35.The furniture arrived(      ),so we had to send it back.

A. Damaging  B. to be damaged  C. to damage  D. damaged

 

2014年专插本英语试题Part II Reading Comprehension (40%)

Directions: this section, there are four passages, each of which is followed by five questions or unfinished statements. Choose the best and mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet

 

2014年专插本英语试题Passage 1

Surfing the Internet can be as addictive as drugs, alcohol or gambling, a researcher from University of Pittsburgh said last month.

 

In a study of almost 400 men and women in Canada, researchers found Internet addiction caused people to spend 40 hours or more a week online. Most of them often got involved in role-playing games or chat room discussion.

 

One 17-year-old boy was so addicted to the Internet activities that his parents had to admit him to a hospital for 10 days' treatment.

 

One woman was described by friends and family as a perfect wife and mother. She became so addicted to the Internet that she would not cook or clean and was neglecting her children and husband, because she was spending as much as 12 hours a day talking to people on the Internet. Finally her husband said, "Choose me or the computer." She divorced him.

 

Kimberly Young, an assistant professor of psychology at the University of Pittsburgh, found that 76 per cent of the subjects  in the study spend an average of 40 hours a week on the Internet.

 

Of 396 people who met Young's criteria for addicted Internet users, 157 were men,239 women. The

 

men were younger with an average age of 29; the women average 43 years of age. The largest group of addicted users of the Internet was people who were not working outside home; housewives, students and those who were disabled   or retired.

 

36.According to the researcher in the University of Pittsburgh, surfing the Internet can be highly.

A. tiring B. exciting   C. harmful D. wastful

 

37.After getting addicted to the Internet, the woman   .

A. chose to leave her husband  B. chose to live with her husband

C. was too busy with her housework D. was too busy to work

 

38.From the passage, we learn that the majority of addicted Internet users are .

A. middle-aged men   B. middle-aged women

C. young men  D. young women

 

39.According to this research, people who are likely to become addicted Internet users are .

A. those who are busy with their work B. those who want to make friends

 

C. those who are not employed  D. those who are fond of talking

 

40.The writer's attitude towards Internet surfing is   .

A. supportive B. negative   C. neutral D. practical

 

2014年专插本英语试题Passage 2

Many parents complain that their teenage children are rebelling 00iE). I wish it were so. At this age you ought to be growing away from your parents. You should be learning to stand on your own feet.

 

But take a good look at the present rebellion. It seems that teenagers are all taking the same way of showing that disagree with their parents. They say they want to dress as they please, but all of them wear the same clothes. They set off in new directions in music, but all of them end up listening to the same record. Their reason for thinking or acting is that the others are doing it that way.

 

It has become harder and harder for a teenager to stand up against the popularity wave and go his or her own way. These days every teenager can learn from the advertisements what a teenager should have and be. And many of today's parents have come to award high marks for the popularity of their children. All this adds up to a great barrier for the teenager who wants to find his or her own path.

 

But the barrier is worth climbing over. The path is worth following. You may want to listen to classical music instead of going to a party. You may want to collect rocks when everyone else is collecting records and stamps. Well, go to it. Find yourself. Be yourself. Popularity will come with the people who respect you for who you are. That's the only kind of popularity that really counts.

 

41.Which of the following is true according to paragraph 1 ?

A.Parents are happy that their children rebel.

B.Teenagers should not live with their parents.

C.The author of this passage agrees with the parents.

D.Parents dislike their children's rebellion.

 

42.The kind of rebellion mentioned in this passage is that all teenagers    .

A. dress in their own ways    B. wear the same clothes

C. listen to the same music   D. act in the same way

 

43.According to the writer, many teenagers think they are brave enough to act on their own, but in fact, most of them   ___.

A.have difficulty understanding each other

B.follow the popularity wave

C.dare to deal with problems by themselves

D.are veiy much afraid of getting lonely

 

44.Which of the following is one way of "climbing over the barrier" according to the author?

A.Listening to classical music.

B.Going to evening parties

C.Collecting records and stamps.

D.Learning from advertisements.

 

45.In this passage the writer wants to tell .

A.teenagers how to decide things for themselves

B.readers how to be popular with other people

C.parents how to control and guide their children

D.people how to understand and respect each other

 

2014年专插本英语试题Passage 3

A moment's drilling by the dentist may make us nervous and upset. Many of us cannot stand pain. To avoid the pain of a drilling that may last perhaps a minute or two, we demand the needle that deadens the nerves around the tooth.

 

Now it's true that the human body has developed its millions of nerves to be highly aware of what goes on both inside and outside it. This helps us adjust to the world. Without our nerves and our brain, we wouldn't know what's happening. But we pay for our sensitivity. We can feel pain when the slightest thing is wring with any part of our body. The history of torture  is based on the human body being open to pain.

 

But there is a way to handle pain. Some Indian monks can sit on a bed of nails. Fakirs can put a needle right through an arm, and feel no pain. This ability that some humans have developed to handle pain should give us ideas about how the mind can deal with pain.

 

The big thing in standing pain is our attitude toward it. If the dentist says this will hurt a little, it helps us to accept the pain. By staying relaxed, and by treating the pain as an interesting sensation, we can handle the pain calmly.

 

After all, although pain is an unpleasant sensation, it is still a sensation, and sensations are the stuff of life.

 

46.The word "deaden" in paragraph 1 probably means "   ".

A. increase   B. restrain   C. improve D. Excite

 

47.The sentence "But we pay for our sensitivity" in the second paragraph means that .

A.we should pay a debt for our feeling

B.we have to be hurt when we feel something

C.our pain is worthwhile

D.when we feel pain, we suffering it

 

48.When the author mentions the Indian fakir, he suggests that    .

A.Indians are not at all afraid of pain

B.some people may be senseless of pam

C.some people are able to handle pain

D.fakirs have magic to avoid pain

 

49.Which of the following is true?

A.The nerves play an important part in feeling pam

B.We can only feel pain when badly wounded.

C.The dentists can do nothing to the pain.

D.Everyone should try his best to avoid pain.

 

50.The most important thing to handle pain is how to   .

A. avoid pain B. put up with pain

C. look at pain  D. stop pam

 

2014年专插本英语试题Passage 4

There is a popular belief among parents that schools are no longer interested in spelling. No school I have taught in has ever ignored spelling or considered it unimportant as a basic skill. There are, however, vastly different ideas about how to teach it, or how much priority it must be given over general language development and writing ability. The problem is how to encourage a child to express himself freely and confidently in writing without holding him back with the complexities of spelling.

 

If spelling becomes the only focus of his teacher's in interest, clearly a bright child will be likely to play safe. He will tend to write only words within his spelling range, choosing to avoid adventurous language. That's why teachers often encourage the early use of dictionaries and pay attention to content rather than technical ability.

 

I was once shocked to read on the bottom of a piece of writing about a personal experience: "This work is terrible! There are far too many spelling errors in the writing, but it was also a sad reflection on the teacher who had feelings." The teacher was not wrong to draw attention to the errors, but of his priorities had centered on the child's ideas, an expression of his disappointment with the presentation would have encouraged the pupil to improve his writing.

 

51.Which of the following is true according to paragraph 1 ?

A.Parents are not interested in spelling.

B.Schools are not interested in spelling.

C.Teachers must give top priority to spelling.

D.Complex spelling prevents free writing.

 

52.From the passage, we can infer that   .

A.parents support how the schools teach spelling.

B.parents don't know how the schools teach spelling

C.people agree on the importance of spelling in writing

D.people agree on how to teach spelling in writing

 

53.In the second paragraph, the expression "play safe" most probably means "    ".

A.pay more attention to the ideas

B.write freely and smoothly

C.avoid words he is not sure of

D. use dictionaries very early

 

54.Which of the following is true according to the last paragraph?

A.The writing did not truly reflect the feelings.

B.The teacher liked the writing very much.

C.The teacher's priority was on the child's ideas.

D.The author disagreed to the teacher's comments.

 

55.This passage mainly discusses .

A.the necessity of teaching spelling in writing

B.the role of developing writing skills

C.the complexities of spelling

D.the relationship between spelling and ideas

 

2014年专插本英语试题Part III Cloze (10%)

Directions .There are 20 blanks in the following passage. For each blank there are four choices. Choose the one best answer and mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet.

 

Have you 56 f why children go to school? You will probably say that they go 57 their own language and other languages, arithmetic, history, science and 58 subjects. That is quite true; but why do they learn these things? And are these things 59 that they learn at school?

 

We 60 our children to school to 61 them for the time 62 they are grown-up and have to work.

 

63 their own. Nearly all they learn at school has some 64 use in their life, but is that the only reason 65thy go to school?

 

There is 66 in education than just learning facts. We go to school 67 all to learn how to learn, 68 when we have 69 school we can continue to learn. A man who really knows 70 will always be successful, because 71 he has to do something new which he has never had to do 72 he will rapidly teach himself how to do it in the best 73 . The uneducated person, 74 . is probably unable to do something new, or does it badly. The purpose of schools, therefore is not just to teach languages, arithmetic, etc. 75 to teach students the way to learn.

 

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