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2021成考专升本英语考前模拟练习题(附答案)

2021-09-16 11:01http://www.hneeeb.com作者: 来源:

Part I Use of English (20 points)

Directions: In this part there are 10 incomplete dialogues. For each dialogue there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. Choose the ONE answer that best completes the dialogue. Then mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center.

1. --- Can I help you with the bag?

--- __________ .

A. No, no. I can take it myself B. Thank you

C. Sorry, you can’t D. No, I’m all right

2. --- Hello, I’d like to speak to Mark, please.

--- __________ .

A. Yes, I’m Mark B. This is Mark speaking

C. It’s me here D. This is me

3. --- Can you go out with us for dinner this evening?

--- __________ .

No, I already have plans

Thanks a lot but I’m busy tonight

No, I really don’t like being with you

I’m ill, so I shouldn’t go out for dinner

4. --- Sorry, I must be leaving now, because there’s a meeting.

--- __________ .

Oh, no, you can’t

Yes, you can leave if you like

Do you really have to go? Couldn’t you at least stay for another cup of tea?

Oh, no. I don’t understand

5. --- I’d like to book a flight to Shanghai, please.

--- __________ .

A. No, of course not B. Do you mind if I said no?

C. Yes, sir, single or return? D. You can’t. We are busy

6. --- Excuse me, is this the right direction for the school?

--- __________ .

Well, no, you’re going in the wrong direction

No, don’t ask me

No, I don’t know

Don’t go this way

7. --- May I see your tickets and passports, please?

--- __________ .

A. No, you can’t B. Yes, you can

C. here they are D. No, they are mine

8. --- Do you mind if I take a couple of hours off this afternoon?

--- __________ .

A. Never mind B. OK, but what for?

C. Yes, please help yourself D. Yes, but I don’t care

9. --- Hello, is that Shanghai Airlines?

--- __________ .

A. Yes, can I help you? B. Yes, what do you want?

C. Yes, you’re right D. Yes, right number

10. --- Sorry I kept you waiting.

--- __________ .

A. I’m sad B. I don’t care

C. That’s all right. There’s no hurry D. No, not at all

Part Ⅱ Reading Comprehension (40 points)

Directions: There are three passages in this part. Each passage is followed by five questions. For each question there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. You should decide on the best choice and mark the corresponding letter on the Answer sheet with a single line through the center.

Passage 1

One silly question I simply can’t stand is “How do you feel”. Usually the question is asked of a man in action – a man on the go, walking along the street, or busily working at his desk. So what do you expect him to say? He’ll probably say, “Fine, I’m all right.” But “you’ve put a bug in his ear” – maybe now he’s not sure. If you are a good friend, you may have seen something in his face, of his walk, that he did not realize that morning. It starts him worrying a little. First thing you know, he looks in a mirror to see if everything is all right, while you go merrily on your way asking someone else, “How do you feel?”

Every question has its time and place. It’s perfectly acceptable, for instance, to ask “How do you feel?” if you’re visiting a close friend in the hospital. But if the fellow is walking in both legs, hurrying to make a train, or sitting at his desk working, it’s no time to ask him that silly question.

When George Bernard Shaw, the famous writer of plays was in his eighties, someone asked him “How do you feel”, Shaw put him in his place. “When you reach my age”, he said, “either you feel all right or you’re dead.”

11. According to the writer, greetings, such as “How do you feel?” ________ .

A. show one’s consideration for others B. are a good way to make friends

C. are proper to ask a man in action D. generally make one feel uneasy

12. The question “How do you feel?” seems to be cored and suitable when asked of _______ .

A. a man working at his desk

B. a person having lost a close friend

C. a stranger who looks somewhat worried

D. a friend who is ill

13. The writer seems to feel that a busy man should __________ .

A. be praised for his efforts B. never be asked any question

C. not be bothered D. be discouraged from working so hard

14. George Bernard Shaw’s reply in the passage shows his _________ .

A. cheerfulness B. cleverness C. ability D. politeness

15. “You’ve put a bug in his ear “means that you’ve __________ .

A. made him laugh B. shown concern for him

C. made fun of him D. given him some kind of warning

Passage 2

Acting is such an over-crowded profession that the only advice that should be given to a young person think of going on the stage is “Don’t!”. But it is useless to try to discourage someone who feels that he must act, although the chances of his becoming famous are slim. The normal way to begin is to go to a drama school. Usually only students who show promise and talent are accepted, and the course lasts two years. Then the young actor or actress takes up work with a theatrical company(剧团), usually as an assistant stage manager. This means doing everything that there is to do in the theatre and occasionally acting in very small parts. It is very hard work indeed, the hours are long and the salary is tiny.

Of course, some people have remarkable chances which lead to fame and success without this long and hard training. Connie Pratt, for example, was just an ordinary girl working in a bicycle factory. A film producer happened to catch sight of her one morning waiting at a bus stop, as he drove past in his car. He stopped and got out to speak to the girl. He asked if she would like to go the film studio to do a test, and she thought he was joking. Then she got angry and said she would call the police. It took the producer twenty minutes to convince Connie that he was serious. The test was successful. And within a few weeks she was playing the leading part opposite one of the most famous actors of the day. But chances like this happen once in a blue moon!

16. From the very beginning, the author puts it clearly that acting is a profession _______ .

A. sought after by too many B. too difficult for young people

C. for slim people only D. one can go into without special training

17. For someone who feels he must act, it is very likely that _________ .

A. he will become a film star at long last B. he will become a stage manager

C. he will be well paid D. he will end up without any success

18. The film producer found Connie Pratt one morning when she was _________ .

A. at work in a bicycle factory B. driving past him in her car

C. going to a film studio D. waiting for a bus

19. A few weeks after the test. Connie Pratt found herself ________ .

A. the most famous actress of the world

B. playing the leading female role in a play

C. as famous as the greatest actor of the world

D. no less famous than the leading actor of the day

20. The concluding sentence “chances like this happen once in a blue moon” means ________ .

A. this is something which happens once in a while

B. this is a highly profitable chance

C. this is something highly possible

D. this is a very rare chance

Passage 3

Soldiers and other military people wear uniforms with various other symbols to indicate their status. But in the business world everyone wears more or less similar suits, and you cannot tell at a glance who ranks higher or lower than another. So how do people in the business world show their superiority?

An attempt to study this was made by two researchers using a series of silent films. They had two actors play the parts of an executive (經理) and a visitor, and switch roles each time. The scene had one man at his desk playing the part of an executive, while the other, playing the part of a visitor, knocks at the door, opens it and approaches the desk to discuss some business matter.

The audience watching the films was asked to rate the executive and the visitor in terms of status. A certain set of rules about status began to emerge from the ratings. The visitor showed the least amount of status when he stopped just inside the door to talk across the room to the seated man. He was considered to have more status when he walked halfway up to the desk, and he had the most status when he walked directly up to the desk and stood right in front of the seated executive.

Another thing that affected the status of the visitor in the eyes of the observers was the time between knocking and entering. For the seated executive, his status was also affected by the time between hearing the knock and answering. The quicker the visitor entered the room, the more status he had. The longer the executive took to answer, the more status he had.

21. The experiment designed by the two researchers aimed at finding out __________ .

A. how business is conducted by an executive and a visitor

B. how to tell the differences between an executive and a visitor

C. how to tell businessmen at a glance

D. how businessmen indicate status

22. Which of the statements can best sum up the passage?

A. The executive has a higher status than the visitor.

B. Military people wear uniforms but the businessmen do not.

C. A study revealing a set of rules about the status of businessmen.

D. It is a good method to use a series of silent film in research.

23. Having entered the room, the closer the visitor approaches the executive, __________ .

A. the less it affected his status B. the lower his status

C. the more it affected his status D. the higher his status

24. The longer the seated man was in answering the knock, __________ .

A. the higher his status B. the less it affected his status

C. the lower his status D. the more it affected his status

25. Which statement is NOT true?

A. Soldiers wear uniforms with various symbols so that one can tell their status at a glance.

B. In the experiment, one actor played the executive while the other played the seated man.

C. Business people wear similar suits.

D.The audience watching the film rated the executive and the visitor in terms of status.

Passage 4

Paper was invented by the Chinese in the first century AD.Paper was not made in southern Europe until about the year 1100. Scandinavia——which now makes a great deal of the world’s paper——did not begin to make it until 1500. Most paper is made from wood. Paper-making is an important industry and paper from Britain is sold to many countries such as Australia and South Africa.Some of the wood used in the British paper making industry comes from trees grown in Britain,but wood is also bought from other countries such as Norway.One tree is needed for every four hundred copies of a forty-page newspaper.If half the adults in Britain buy one daily paper,this uses up over a thousand trees a day.All over the world,trees are world, trees are being cut down faster than they are being planted, so there may be a serious need for paper at the beginning of next century .

When we think of paper, we think of newspaper, books, letters and writing paper.But there are many other uses.Only half of paper is used for books,and newspaper,etc. Paper is very good for keeping you warm.Each year,more and more things are made of paper. But the latest in paper making seems to be paper houses.

26.Wher was paper invented?

A. In China. B. In southern Europe.

C. In Scandinavia. D. In Britain.

27.Scandinavia began to make paper__________.

A. in 1100 B. in 1400

C. in 1500 D . in the first century

28.Every four hundred copies of a forty-paper newspaper will need _____________.

A .half a tree B. one tree C. two trees D. more than one tree

29. All over the world, trees are being cut down___________than they are being planted.

A . more slowly B. much faster

C. much more slowly D. faster

30. The latest things made of paper are___________.

A. chairs B. tables C. clothes D. houses

Part Ⅲ Vocabulary and Structure(25 points)

Section A

Directions: In this section there are 15incomplete sentences. For each sentence there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. Choose the ONE answer that best completes the sentence. Then mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center.

31. The match was cancelled because most of the members __________ a match without a standard court.

A. objected to having B. objected to have

C. were objected to have D. were objected to having

32. Nowhere else in the world __________ more attractive scenery than in Switzerland.

A. you can find B. is found

C. can you find D. has been found

33. This is a very difficult operation. It is essential that you __________ for emergency.

A. are to be prepared B. would prepared

C. be prepared D. must be prepared

34. Most insurance agents would rather you __________ anything about collecting claims until they investigate the situation.

A. don’t do B. didn’t do C. would not do D. do

35. Her sun – tanned face suggested that she __________ in excellent health.

A. be B. is C. was D. were

36. __________ evidence that language acquiring ability must be stimulated.

A. It being B. It is C. There is D. There being

37. Having been asked to speak at the convention __________ .

A. some notes were prepared for Dr. Smith

B. Smith prepared some notes

C. The convention members were pleased to hear Dr. Smith

D. Some notes were prepared by Dr. Smith

38. Ever since the Smiths moved to the suburbs a year ago they __________ better health.

A. could have enjoyed B. had enjoyed

C. have been enjoying D. are enjoying

39. People are spending more of their income on goods such as cars and household ________ .

A. facilities B. appliances C. instruments D. equipment

40. Graceland, Elvis Presley’s former home, is now a tourist __________ that draws more than 600,000 visitors every year.

A. store B. attraction C. appointment D. arrangement

41. Food was in short __________ ; women stood in line for hours for a bucket of drinking water.

A. store B. provision C. reserve D. supply

42. Being the __________ sponsor of this competition, he has got great opportunities for advertising his products.

A. principal B. chief C. main D. primary

43. I don’t want to talk about it now. I’m not in the __________ .

A. feeling B. attitude C. emotion D. mood

44. Mary had prepared carefully for her English examination so that she could be sure of passing it on her first __________ .

45. Latin America has an __________ labor force and natural resources.

A. wealthy B. abundant C. scattered D. deposited

Section B

Directions: There are 10 blanks in the following passage, For each bland there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. You should choose the ONE answer that best completes the passage. Then mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center.

The proficient athlete possesses natural sporting abilities and very good physical coordination, but ___46___ these physical assets he/she must be in superb(杰出的) physical condition. The World Health Organization (WHO) ___47___ fitness as: “The ability to ___48___ your normal daily tasks with vigour (活力) and alertness (机警) and without undue (过度的) fatigue (疲劳), with enough energy ___49___ in reserve to cope with any emergencies that may arise or to follow the leisure pursuits (追求) of your choice”, ___50___ is the most important of the benefits of physical fitness. That is being in superb physical condition. That is what we are urging you to ___51___.

Physical exercise reduces the intensity of many of many illnesses or the risk of developing them, thus, ___52___ you to achieve what the WHO defines as fitness.

___53___ the benefits of physical fitness good health is a universal goal. We will guide you to achieve that goal. Look at the essential benefits of physical fitness listed below and take the road ___54___ them! Set gaining all the benefits of physical fitness as your great health achievement. A complete exercise program must contain ___55___ two types of training to be successful in helping you attain the benefits of physical fitness.(211 words)

46. A. what’s worse B. in addition to C. in addition D. except that

47. A. defines B. describes C. rephrases D. puts

48. A. do B. carry on C. perform D. exert

49. A. leaving B. leaves C. having left D. left

50. A. which B. that C. what D. because

51. A. contain B. obtain C. sustain D. attain

52. A. allowed B. allowing

C. to be allowed D. having been allowed

53. A. Among B. In C. Of D. Within

54. A. to achieve B. of achieving

C. achieving D. to being achieved

55. A. the followed B. the following C. under D. below

PartⅣ Writing (15 points)

Directions: For this part, you are allowed thirty minutes to write an E-mail to one of your former classmates. You should write at least 80 words, and base your E-mail on the Chinese outline below:

告诉对方你将参加英语四级考试.

询问对方如何做准备.

请对方建议一些参考书

注:以上试题由学梯网小编通过网络进行整理,仅供各位考生参考。


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