2005 年 11 月份辽宁省成人本科学士学位英语(艺、体、二外类)试题
Part I Phonetics (10 points) Directions: In this part, there are 10 groups of words. Form the A, B, C and D choices, choose the word with the underlined part which has the same pronunciation as the word given. Then mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center.
  1. popular
  2. society A. pupil A. soldier B. pollute B. Soviet C. value C. success C. cough C. page C. complete C. design C. whom D. valuable D. summon

  3.sawmill A. doctor
  4. victory
  5. popular
  6. measure
  7. school A. manage A. poem A. usual A. bush
B. order B. age B. post B. surely B. cookie
D. courage D. possible D. comrade D. consider
D. boyhood

  8. scene A. bench B. fence C. secretary D. secret
  9. worth A. sword B. whose C. language C. medicine D. answer D. special

  10.ocean A. mercy B. officer
Part II Reading Comprehension (30points) Directions: There are 4 reading passages in this part. Each passage is followed by some questions or unfinished statements. For each of them 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. I No other capital in Europe has more charm or a richer past than Vienna, the capital of Austria, Green woods, and the large Danube River give the city beautiful surroundings. Vienna has more than 1,600,000 people. Almost one-fourths of all the people of Austria live there. Vienna is sometimes called “a city without a country”. It’s so big that it does not seem to be suitable in so small a country as Austria. Vienna was a center of science and art and music, too. Many great musicians lived there. It had the name of being of a city of spirits, partly because of the dance music and operettas(轻歌剧)written by Viennese musicians. After World War I Vienna found itself the capital of a rather poor country of less than 7,000 people. World War II made Vienna even worse than it was before. Since 1955, however, Vienna has been fast regaining its past greatness.
  11. Vienna is a city which is . A. B. C. D. the most beautiful city in Europe so big that it doesn’t belong to Austria the richest capital in Europe now a small capital of a large country

  12. According to the passage, Vienna was once a center of .
A. traffic C. art and music
B. science D. B and C

  13. Vienna was a rich city . A. before 1955 B. before World War I C. after World War II D. during World War II
  14. Which of the following is true? A . To understand Vienna, one must know its trade. B . After World WarⅠ, about 7,000,000 people lived in Vienna. C. Green woods and a large river surround Vienna and make it a D. Vienna musicians did little to make Vienna a city of spirits.
  15. Which is not mentioned in this article? . A. The history of Austria B. The position of Austria C. People in Vienna become rich again D. The population of Austria II There have been many great inventions, things that changed the way we live. The first invention was one that is still very important todaythe wheel. This made it easier to carry heavy things and to travel long distances. For hundreds of years after that there were few inventions that had as much effect as the wheel. Then in the early 1800s the world started to change. There was little unknown land left in the world. People didn’t have to explore much any more. They began to work instead to make life better. In the second half of the 19 century many great inventions were made. Among them were the camera, the electric light and the radio. They all became a big part of our life today. The first part of the 20 century saw more great inventions: sound film in 1926, the computer in 1928, and jet planes in 19
  30. This was also a time when a new material was first made. Nylon came out in 19
  35. It changed the kind of clothes people wear.
  16. This passage tells us mainly about . A. how inventions affect people’s life B. how the wheel was invented C. when electric light was invented D. which country made the first step to wear the Nylon clothes
  17. The first great invention ever known was . A. the camera C. the electric light B. the wheel D. the radio
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beautiful city.

  18. inventions had as much effect as the wheel before the 19 A. Quite a number C. No more B. Some D. Other
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century.

  19. In the early 1800s people began to work in order to . A. explore C. make discoveries B. make life better D. search for the unknown land

  20. Nylon came out nearly at the same time as . A. radio C. jet planes B. camera D. sound films III Here are some of the many different ways in which different societies with different cultures behave in addition to making introductions, greetings and saying goodbye. Firstly there is smiling. In some societies, people smile a lot. In others, they don’t. when icomes to laughing, the differences are even greater in some places. It is quite common for people to laugh at misfortunes. If someone falls and hurts himself, people nearby may laugh. Or a person may laugh when telling others about the death of a friend or a relative. In other societies, such behavior may seem quite shocking. Then there is the custom of giving gifts. In western countries, gifts are usually given on birthdays and at Christmas, to one’ s relatives and close friends. These gifts must be opened in front of the person who is giving them, and that person must be thanked at that time. In Asia, on the other hand, things are quite different. When gifts are given, they are usually put aside. Asians are more likely to give gifts to their teachers than Europeans and Americans. Finally, there is sharing food. Here the difference between different societies can be very great. In some countries, such as in the Pacific Islands, it is customary to cook too much food for the family at each meal, in case a visitor comes. On the other hand, Europeans don’t visit each other at the meal time, unless they have been especially invited for a meal.
  21. The different customs mentioned here are . A. only the most crucial ones B. just a few good examples C. quite exclusive illustrations D. no more than funny ones
  22. Which of the following is true according to the passage? A. Laughing custom varies from culture to culture, but smiling does not. B. No culture allows people to laugh at a person’s misfortune. C. In the West close friends usually exchange gifts on Christmas. D. In Asia, gifts should be opened in the presence of the giver.
  23. The phrase “put aside” in the 3 paragraph means . A. reserved for later opening B. deposited in a safer place C. ignored for the time being D. kept with great appreciation
  24. It could be inferred from the passage that . A. teachers in Asia enjoy greater love from students B. American students seldom apple-polish their teachers C. Asian students are traditionally more obedient and respectful D.Asian teachers get more gifts than their European counterparts from their students
  25. Why is it customary in the Pacific Islands for a family to cook too much food at each meal? A. Because they always invite people to their meals. B. Because the visitors usually come at the meal time.
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C. Because the family doesn’t want to appear unfriendly. D. Because they want to get ready for any unexpected guests. IV One day, more than one hundred years ago, workers found a ten-foot stone man. At least they said that was what they had found. These workers had been digging behind the barn of a farm in Cardiff, New York. At first people believed that the discovery was a real person who had turned to stone. They thought the stone man had been some sort of a giant when he was alive. People came from miles around to see the giant, who became known as the Cardiff Giant. The owner of the farm wanted visitors to pay fifty cents each to see the great stone giant. It wasn’t long before people found out that the Cardiff Giant was not a real person who had turned to stone. The owner of the farm played the trick. Even after people knew that the Cardiff Giant was a false one, many still came to see it. If you want to see the Cardiff Giant, you still can. It’s on show in the Farmers’ Museum in New York.
  26. Which of the following is not true? A. The giant was found over a century ago. B. The giant was ten feet tall. C. The giant was once a real person. D. The giant was made of stone.
  27. Who had the Cardiff Giant made? A. two people C. few farmers B. some workers D. the owner of the farm

  28. To see the Cardiff Giant, one had to . A. walk a long way C. pay some money B. wait for days D. play a trick

  29. From this passage, we can see the owner of the farm was A. kind and honest C. greedy and cunning B. clever and hard-working D. lazy and foolish

  30. The Cardiff Giant is now . A. on a farm C. in the earth B. in a museum D. behind a barn
Part III Vocabulary and Structure (20 points) Directions: There are 20 incomplete sentences in this part. 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. his speech was a long one, nobody lost interest! A. As C. Even B. Because D. Although

  32. Do you think it’s going to rain over the weekend? . A. I don’t believe it C. I believe not so B. I don’t believe D. I believe not

  33. I don’t know the restaurant, but it’s to be quite a good one. A. said C. spoken B. told D. talked

  34. Wouldn’t it be wonderful world if all nations lived in peace with one another? A. a; 不填 C. a; the B. the; 不填 D. the; the

  35. I didn’t see your sister at the meeting. If she , she would have met my brother. A. has come C. came B. did come D. had come

  36. Here’s my card. Let’s keep in . A. connection C. touch B. relation D. friendship

  37. The missing boys were last seen near the river. A. playing C. play B. played D. to play

  38. John plays football , if not better than, David. A. as well C. so well B. as well as D. so well as
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  39. The first textbooks for teaching English as a foreign language were produced in the 16 century. A. written C. being written B. to be written D. having written

  40. Mary be in Paris. I saw her in town only a few minutes ago. A. mustn’t C. can’t B. shouldn’t D. may not

  41. Rather than on a crowded bus, he always prefers a bicycle. A. ride; ride C. to ride; riding B. riding; ride D. ride; to ride

  42. The weather turned out to be very good, we had expected. A. it C. that B. what D. as

  43. He has lived in the world since his wife died, but he doesn’t feel.
A. alone; alone C. alone; lonely
B. lonely; lonely D. lonely; alone

  44. After a day’s hard work, she came home, . A. tired and hungry C. tired and hungrily B. tiring and hungry D. was tired and hungry

  45. The old couple treat the orphan as if he their own son. A. is C. will be B. were D. has been

  46. The speaker raised his voice but still couldn’t make himself . A. hear C. heard B. to hear D. hearing

  47. The students their compositions may go home now. A. who have finished C. finish B. having finished D. finishing

  48. How it is to hear the news our women volleyball team has won the match. A. exciting; that C. exciting; which B. excited; that D. excited; which

  49. Our warning produced no effect him at all. A. to C. for
  50. He ran great speed. A. with C. on Part IV Cloze (5 points) Directions: There are 10 blanks in the following passage. For each blank there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. You should choose the one that best fits into the passage. Then mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center. How was Carver 51 as he walked out of the office? We can 52 that at first he felt breathless. But we do know that some time 53 he tried again in the 54 state of Iowa. He asked to be 55 to enter Simpson College. This 56 a white woman behind the desk asked him some questions 57 high school subjects. She thought 58 and nodded to show her
  59. And then she said, “ All right, my boy. I’ll give you a
  60.”
  51. A. having
  52. A. consider
  53. A. later
  55. A. permit
  56. A. method
  57. A. about
  58. A. a number
  59. A. celebration
  60. A. position Part V (10 points) Directions: Directions Fill in the blanks with appropriate prepositions or adverbs.
  61. That bicycle belongs Liming.
  62. The two sisters dress the same way.
  63. The group consists all mammals that have long front cutting teeth. B. looking B. wonder B. late B. permitting B. way B. after B. a while B. job C. change C. feeling C. tell C. latter C. other C. allowed C. road C. around C. a little D. chance D. finding D. imagine D. letter D. another D. allowing D. time D. across D. a few D. disapproval B. with a D. at a B. on D. at

  54. A neighboring B. laboring
B. satisfaction C. discomfort

  64. My husband can’t sleep night.
  65. Let’s go out dinner.
  66. It is nice Xiao Wang to lend me the money.
  67. There is no time for a cup tea.
  68. He kept talking about his illness.
  69. I agree him.
  70.He does everything by himself and never depends his parents. Part VI (10 points) Directions: Fill in the blanks with prop
 

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