大学英语二级测试题 大学英语二级测试题
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Part I Listening Comprehension (25%) Section A Directions: In this section, you will hear 10 short conversations and 2 long conversations. At the end of each conversation, one or more questions will be asked about what was said. Both the conversation and the questions will be spoken only once. After each question there will be a pause. During the pause, you must read the choices and decide which is the best answer.
  1. A. He thinks the professor is not strict enough. B. He himself will hand in the paper before the deadline. C. He thinks the professor may accept papers that are handed in after September
  22. D. He will ask the professor to change the deadline.
  2. A. The woman should have an operation. B. She should forget about the trouble. C. She should speak out what troubles her. D. She should think more carefully about the trouble.
  3. A. He is a plumber. B. He is a carpenter. C. He is a policeman. D. He is a car repairman.
  4. A. It was exciting. B. It was touching. C. It was boring. D. It was funny.
  5. A. The conversation probably takes place at a bus stop. B. The man is disgusted at the train drivers. C. The man is not satisfied with the public transportation service, especially the train services. D. The man is not very polite.
  6. A. A history book. B. A math book. C. An English book. D. A music book.
  7. A. He is a student. B. He is an architect.. C. He is a man who has just lost his job at college. D. He is an army major.
  8. A. She would make the man another lunch. B. She tries to buy the man's lunch for him. C. She will get the man a cup of coffee. D. She is going to look for the man's lunch box.
  9. A. He is sick. B. He is worried. C. He is confident. D. He is angry.
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  10. A. After 9:30 the next morning. B. Before 9:30 this evening. C. Before 9:30 the next morning. D. After 9:30 this evening. Conversation 1 Questions 11 to 15 are based on the following conversation:
  11. A. They are very modern. B. They are very beautiful. C. They are very relaxing. D. They are very expensive.
  12. A. No, he doesn’t. B. Yes, he sometimes does. C. No, because he hasn’t got one. D. Yes, he always does.
  13. A. She plays tennis. B. She plays mah-jong. C. She plays golf and table tennis. D. She plays table tennis
  14. A. By email. B. By phone. C. By post. D. By fax.
  15. A. She views it as unnecessary. B. She has never thought about it. C. She finds it quite interesting. D. She considers it very important. Conversation 2 Questions 16 to 20 are based on the following conversation:
  16. A. Get everything ready for the interview. B. Talk with her partners on the phone. C. Figure out how much travel time is involved. D. Dress up for the appointment.
  17. A. Because he meets so many new people and wants to interact with them. B. Because he is often delayed by a traffic tie-up on the way. C. Because he has a habit of having long talks with other people. D. Because it takes him a long time to prepare a report at the convention.
  18. A. He prefers to communicate with his colleagues by phone. B. He prefers to communicate with his colleagues by fax. C. He prefers to communicate with his colleagues by personal contact. D. He prefers to communicate with his colleagues by email.
  19. A. Many people in China love to chat with foreigners. B. Many people in China love to travel to work by bicycle. C. Many people in China love to use the Internet. D. Many people in China love to take part in social activities.
  20. A. She will catch a ride to her place of arrival. B. She will drive her own car. C. She will ride a bicycle, as most Chinese do. D. She will take a taxi.
Section B Directions: In this section, you will hear one short passage. At the end of the passage, you will hear some questions. Both the passage and the questions will be spoken only once. After you hear a question, you must choose the best answer from the four choices marked A, B, C and D. Then choose the best answer from each of them. Questions 21 to 25 are based on the passage you have just heard.
  21. A. They take longer vacations today than employees did in 19
  79. B. They take happier vacations today than employees did in 19
  79. C. They took longer hours today than employees did in 19
  79. D. They work shorter hours today than employees did in 19
  79.
  22. A. He observed the banker hard at work. B. He talked with the banker for a whole day. C. He helped the banker conduct business. D. He praised the banker for his good work.
  23. A. The connection between time and productivity is always positive. B. The connection between time and productivity is not always positive. C. The connection between time and productivity should never be positive. D. The connection between time and productivity should always be positive.
  24. A. The banker spent 70 percent of his time doing busy work. B. The banker spent all of his time doing busy work. C. The banker spent 90 percent of his time doing busy work. D. The banker spent 80 percent of his time doing busy work.
  25. A. Employers evaluate employees according to the amount of time on the job. B. Employers evaluate employees according to their job performance. C. Employers evaluate employees according to the working time and job performance. D. Employers evaluate employees according to their work attitude and job efficiency. Part II Reading Comprehension (Skimming and Scanning) (10%) Directions: In this part, you will have 15 minutes to go over the passage quickly and answer the questions on Answer Sheet . For questions 1-7, mark Y (for YES) if the statement agrees with the information given in the passage; N (for NO) if the statement contradicts the information given in the passage; NG (for NOT GIVEN ) if the information is not given in the passage; For questions 8-10, complete the sentences with the information given in the passage. The Winner’s Guide to Success How do successful people think? What drives them? To find out I interviewed some people most successful in motivating others: the nation’s top motivational speakers and best-selling authors of how-to-succeed books. Here are seven keys to success that they share: Take full responsibility. While people blame everyone from their parents to the government for their failure to get ahead, motivational superstars refuse to adopt the victim attitude. Their belief is “if it’s to be, it’s up to me.” Given up by his parents at birth and labeled as a retarded child, Les Brown had every reason to lose hope. But when a high school teacher told him “Someone else’s opinion of you does not have to become your reality,” Brown realized that his future lay in his own hands. He went on to
become an Ohio State legislator and author. Today he earns $20,000 per hour as one of America’s top motivational speakers. Brown understood that you couldn’t control things in life such as nature, the past and other people. But you can control your own thoughts and actions. Taking responsibility for your life is one of the most empowering things you can do. Live life “on purpose”. What most separates motivational superstars from others is that they live life “on purpose” ? they are doing what they believe they can. “Having a purpose in your life is the most important element of becoming a fully functioning person.” Says Wayne Dyer, an author of a best seller. When you live your life on purpose, your main concern is doing the job right. You love what you do. People want to do business with you, because they sense your commitment. Write out a plan. Trying to achieve your goals without an action plan is like trying to drive from Los Angeles to Denver without a map. The wasted time, energy and money will cause you to give up long before you reach your destination. “Goals that are not in writing are not goals at all. They are merely fantasies.” Be willing to pay the price. Wanting a big house, a luxury car or a million dollars is nice, but the problem is that practically everyone wants these things. Successful people find out what it costs to make their dreams come true and make it happen. They don’t complain about the work it takes. Become an expert. One striking factor about the motivational speakers I interviewed is their unusual drive to be the best. They’ll do almost anything to improve their skills. Patricia Fripp, who speaks to Fortune 500 executives on how to become more successful, took a comedy workshop and hired a private speech coach to improve her speaking ability. Fripp did this even after being named one of the most exciting speakers in North America by a trade magazine. Never give up. When you truly devote yourself to your goal, giving up isn’t even a choice. You must be willing to do whatever it takes to make it happen. Spend as much of your day as you can on achieving your goals and dreams. When Jack Canfield and Mark Victor Hansen wrote Chicken Soup for the Soul, they were turned down by more than a hundred publishers. But instead of giving up, they stayed focused on their goal. Eventually, a small company decided to publish the book. It not only became a bestseller, but also hatched an entire series of Chicken Soup books that has sold more than 12 million copies. Don’t delay. In his book Live Your Dreams, Les Brown recalls talking on the phone with a friend named Marion. The next day she died. Later Brown was helping clean out her office when he came across notes for a play. Unfortunately, it would never be published. Marion was the only one who knew the ending. We don’t have forever. Top achievers know this, but rather than seeing it as negative or discouraging, they use the knowledge to spur themselves on, they go after what they want? energetically and passionately accomplishing their dreams. You can too.
  1. The motivational superstars refuse to adopt the victim attitude.
  2. Unsuccessful people’s belief is “ if it’s to be, it’s up to you.”
  3. As a retarded child, It is reasonable for Les Brown to lose hope.
  4. One of the most exciting things is to take responsibility for your life.
  5. People want to do business with the person who has a purpose in his or her life.

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The wasted time, energy and money will lead you to give up until you reach your destination. Successful people are willing to pay the price. . What most separates motivational superstars from others is that One striking factor about the motivational speakers I interviewed is . The entire series of Chicken Soup books has sold more than copies.
Part III Reading Comprehension (Careful Reading) (30%)
Directions:There are 3 passages in this section. 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 Answer Sheet with a single line through the center. Passage One Questions 26 to 30 are based on the following passage. Flying over a desert area in an airplane, two scientists looked down with trained eyes at trees and bushes. After an hour’s flight one of the scientists wrote in his book, “Look here for probable metal.” Walking across hilly ground, four scientists reported, “This ground should be searched for metals.” From an airplane over a hilly wasteland a scientist sent back by radio one word “Uranium.” None of the scientists had X-ray eyes: they had no magic powers for looking down below the earth’s surface. They were merely putting to use one of the newest methods of locating minerals in the ground─using trees and plants as signs that certain minerals may lie beneath the ground on which the trees and plants are growing. This newest method of searching for minerals is based on the fact that minerals deep in the earth may affect the kind of bushes and trees that grow on the surface. At Watson Bar Creek, a mineral search group gathered bags of tree seeds. Boxes were filled with small branches from the trees. Roots were dug and put into boxes. Each bag and box was carefully marked. In a scientific laboratory the parts of the forest trees were burned to ashes and tested. Each small part was examined to learn whether there were minerals in it. Study of the roots, branches, and seeds showed no silver. But there were small amounts of gold in the roots and a little less gold in the branches and seeds. The seeds growing nearest to the tree trunk had more gold than those growing on the ends of the branches. If the trees had not indicated that there was gold in the ground, the scientists would not have spent money to pay for digging into the ground. They did dig and found more gold below. They dug deeper. They found large quantities of gold.
  26. Scientists were flying over a desert or a hilly wasteland or a mountain region in order to search for. A) gold B) silver C) metals D) minerals
  27. The study of trees, branches and roots indicates that. A) there were larger amounts of gold in the branches far from the tree trunk than in the seeds. B) there were smaller amounts of gold in the tree roots deeper in the ground than in the branches. C) there were larger amounts of gold in the seeds growing closer to the tree trunk than in the seeds farther from it. D) there were larger amounts of gold in the branches than in the leaves on the ends of the br
 

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