2011 年综合类职称英语考试试题及答案_综合类 A 级题库(
  1) 第 1 部分:词汇选项(第
  1~15 题,每 题 1 分,共 15 分) 下面每个句子中均有 1 个词或短语划有底横线,请为每处划线部分确定 1 个意义最为接近选项。 1 She was a puzzle.A.girl B.womanC.mystery D.problem
  2. Her speciality is heart surgery.A.region B.siteC.platform D.field
3 France has kept intimate links with its former African territories. A.private B.friendly C.strong D.secret 4 You should have blended the butter with the sugar thoroughly. A.mixed B spread C.beaten D.covered 5 The industrial revolution modified the whole structure of English society. A.destroyed B.broke C.changed D.smashed 6 Tickets are limited and will be allocated to those who apply first. A.posted B.sent C.handed D.given 7 The change in that village was miraculous. A.amazing B.conservative C.insignificant
D.unforgettable
8 Customers often defer payment for as long as possible. A.make B.demand C.obtain D.postpone 9 Canada will prohibit smoking in all offices later this year. A.remove B.ban C.eliminate D.expel 10 She read a poem which depicts the splendor of the sunset. A.declares B.asserts C.announces D.describes 11 From my standpoint, this thing is just ridiculous. A.point of view B .field C.knowledge D.information 12 The latest census is encouraging.A.statement B.assessment C.count D.evaluation
13 The curious looks from the strangers around her made her feel uneasy. A.different B.proud C.unconscious D.uncomfortable 14 Reading the job ad, he wondered whether he was eligible to apply for it. A.able B.fortunate C.competent D .qualified 15 He was elevated to the post of prime minister.A.promoted 答案:
  01. C
  02. D B.pulled C.lifted D.treated

  03. B

  04. A

  05. C
  06. D

  07. A

  08. D

  09. B

  10. D
  11. A

  12. C
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  13. D

  14. D

  15. A
2011 年职称英语综合类阅读理解题库资料(
  15)_2011 职称英语考试辅导 Life in the Universe Many scientists today are convinced that life exists elsewhere in the universelife probably much like that on our own planet. They reason in the following way. As far as astronomers can determine, the entire universe is built of the same matter. They have no reason to doubt that matter obeys the same laws in every part of the universe. Therefore, it is reasonable to guess that other stars, with their own planets, were born in the same way as our own solar system. What we know of life on earth suggests that life will arise wherever the proper conditions exist. Life requires the right amount and kind of atmosphere. This eliminates all those planets in the universe that are not about the same size and weight as the earth. A smaller planet would lose its atmosphere; a larger one would hold too much of it. Life also requires a steady supply of heat and light. This eliminates double stars, or stars that flare up suddenly. Only single stars that are steady sources of heat and light like our sun would qualify. 职 称 英 语 考 试 网 http://www.yingyukaoshi.com/ Finally, life could evolve only if the planet is just the right distance from its sun. With a weaker sun than our own, the planet would have to be closer to it. With a stronger sun, it would have to be farther away. If we suppose that every star in the universe has a family of planets, then how many planets might support life? First, eliminate those stars that are not like our sun. Next eliminate most of their planets; they are either too far from or too close to their suns. Then eliminate all those planets which are not the same size and weight as the earth. Finally, remember that the proper conditions do not necessarily mean that life actually does exist on a planet. It may not have begun yet, or it may have already died out. This process of elimination seems to leave very few planets on which earthlike life might be found. However, even if life could exist on only one planet in a million, there are so many billions of planets that this would still leave a vast number on which life could exist.
  1. Astronomers believe that matter in different parts of the universe A) has different laws. B) has one common law. C) shares the same laws D) shares no common law.

  2. The existence of life depends on all of the following factors EXCEPT A) the right amount of atmosphere.B) our own solar system. C) steady heat and light D) the right distance from the sun.
  3. Which of the following statements is INCORRECT? A) The planet must be as big and heavy as the earth.B) Proper conditions are essential to the existence of life
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C) Double stars can provide steady light and heat.D) The distance between a planet and its sun should be right.
  4. What kind of planet might NOT support life? A) Most of the planets of the stars. B) Stars similar to our sun.
C) Planets similar to the earth. D) Planets with proper conditions.
  5. At the end of the passage the author suggests that A) it is impossible for life to exist on planets. C) life could exist on only one planet in a million. KEY:CBCAD 2011 年职称英语综合类阅读理解题库资料(
  14)_2011 职称英语考试辅导 Preserving Nature for Future Demands for stronger protection for wildlife in Britain sometimes hide the fact that similar needs are felt in the rest of Europe. Studies by the Council of Europe, of which 21 counties are members, have shown that 45 per cent of reptile species and 24 per cent of butterflies are in danger of dying out. European concern for wildlife was outlined by Dr Peter Baum, an expert in the environment and natural resources division of the council, when he spoke at a conference arranged by the administrators of a British national park. The park is one of the few areas in Europe to hold the council's diploma for nature reserves of the highest quality, and Dr Peter Baum had come to present it to the park once again. He was afraid that public opinion was turning against national parks, and that those set up in the 1960s and 1970s could not be set up today. But Dr Baum clearly remained a strong supporter of the view that natural environments needed to be allowed to survive in peace in their own right. "No area could be expected to survive both as a true nature reserve and as a tourist attraction," he went on. The short-sighted view that reserves had to serve immediate human demands for outdoor recreation should be replaced by full acceptance of their importance as places to preserve nature for the future. "We forget that they are the guarantee of life systems, on which any built-up area ultimately depends," Dr Baum went on. "We could manage without most industrial products, but we could not manage without nature. However, our natural environment areas, which are the original parts of our countryside, have shrunk to become mere islands in a spoiled and highly polluted land mass."
  1. Recent studies by the council of Europe have indicated that A) wildlife needs more protection only in Britain B) all species of wildlife in Europe are in danger of dying out. C) there are fewer species of reptiles and butterflies in Europe than else where B) earthlike life could only exist on a few planets. D) life could exist on a great number of planets.
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D) many species of reptiles an butterflies in Europe need protecting
  2. Why did Dr Baum come to a British national park? A) Because he needed to present it with a council's diploma. B) Because he was concerned about its management C) Because it was the only national park of its kind in Europe. D) Because it was the only park which had ever received a diploma from the Council.
  3. The last sentence in the second paragraph implies that A) People should make every effort to create mere environment areasB) People would go on protecting national parks C) certain areas of countryside should be left intactD) people would defend the right to develop the areas around national parks
  4. In Dr Baum's opinion, the view that a nature reserve should serve as a tourist attraction is A) idealistic B) revolutionary C) short-sighted D) traditional

  5. Which of the following can be inferred from the last paragraph? A) We have developed industry at the expense of countrysideB) We have forgotten what our original countryside looked like C) People living on islands should protect natural resources for their survivalD) We should destroy all the built-up areas. KEY:D A C C A Smuggling It is not unusual for a pet to be sent by air cargo from Colombia to New York, but last December's shipment of a 4-year-old sheep dog caught a New York Kennedy Airport Customs inspector's eye. The dog looked to be on its last legs, and there was an unusual lump on the side of its body. An X-ray and emergency surgery revealed the presence of 10 condoms tightly packed with five pounds of cocaine that had been surgically implanted in the dog's abdomen - yet another first for Customs in the war on drugs. When it comes to transporting drugs, the methods used are only as limited as a smuggler's imagination. Kilo bricks of cocaine are routinely concealed beneath false bottoms of containers that hold poisonous snakes. "You've got snakes that are 12feet long," says a United States Fish and Wildlife Service agent - and sometimes the drug is in the snake. "Who's going to pull it out and feel it?" In 1994, United States Customs seized 204,391 pounds of cocaine, 559,286 pounds of marijuana and 2,577
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pounds of heroin. Just how much actually flows into the country is anyone's guess. Some customs officials estimate that only 10 percent of the drugs coming into the country are ever seized. In Miami, the District Attorney won't even prosecute small fry. "It's got to be over five kilos of cocaine, above a kilo of heroin and more than 5,000 pounds of marijuana or it's not something that we're going to stop the presses on," says Tom Cash, a retired agent. Given this deluge, one can only wonder if agents are ever confounded by some of the smuggling methods. "There are things we haven't seen before," says John McGhee, a Miami Customs special agent, "but nothing really surprises us."
  1. The dog was different from others in that A) it could stand only on its hind legs. B) it had only two legsC) it was very attractive D) it had a very big abdomen
  2. How many methods are used to transport drugs? A) As many as a smuggler can think of. B) Beyond the smuggler's imagination. C) Only a limited number. D) Only a few.
  3. How many pounds of heroin were estimated to be smuggled into the United States in 1994? A) 204,391 B) 2,577 C) 25,770 D) 559,286
  4. Which of the following could best replace the expression "small fry" in the third paragraph? A) Small dogs. B) Small sheep dogs. C) Small smugglers D) Small ringleaders.
  5. What is this article about? A) Drug transportation from Columbia to New York. B) A new method for drug smuggling. C) Varied drug transportation methodsD) Types of drug. KEY:D A C C C 2011 年职称英语综合类阅读理解题库资料(
  13)_2011 职称英语考试辅导 Preserving Nature for Future Demands for stronger protection for wildlife in Britain sometimes hide the fact that similar needs are felt in the rest of Europe. Studies by the Council of Europe, of which 21 counties are members, have shown that 45 per cent of reptile species and 24 per cent of butterflies are in danger of dying out. European concern for wildlife was outlined by Dr Peter Baum, an expert in the environment and natural resources division of the council, when he spoke at a conference arranged by the administrators of a British national park. The park is one of the few areas in Europe to hold the council's diploma for nature reserves of the highest quality, and Dr Peter Baum had come to present it to the park once again. He was afraid that public opinion was turning against national parks, and that those set up in the 1960s and 1970s could not be set up today. But Dr Baum clearly remained a strong supporter of the view that natural environments needed to be allowed to survive in peace in their own right. "No area could be expected to survive both as a true nature reserve and as a tourist attraction," he went on. The short-sighted view that reserves had to serve immediate human demands for outdoor recreation should be replaced by full acceptance of their importance as places to preserve nature for the future. "We forget that they are the guarantee of life systems, on which any built-up area ultimately depends," Dr Baum
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went on. "We could manage without most industrial products, but we could not manage without nature. However, our natural environment areas, which are the original parts of our countryside, have shrunk to become mere islands in a spoiled and highly polluted land mass."
  1. Recent studies by the council of Europe have indicated that A) wildlife needs more protection only in Britain B) all species of wildlife in Europe are in danger of dying out. C) there are fewer species of reptiles and butterflies in Europe than else where D) many species of reptiles an butterflies in Europe need protecting
  2. Why did Dr Baum come to a British national park? A) Because he needed to present it with a council's diploma. B) Because he was concerned about its management C) Because it was the only national park of its kind in Europe. D) Because it was the only park which had ever received a diploma from the Council.
  3. The last sentence in the second paragraph implies that A) People should make every effort to create mere e
 

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