山东省2006年专升本考试英语试题 年专升本考试英语试题 山东省
Part I Listening Comprehension (15%, 1 point each) Section A (5 points) Directions: In this section, you will hear 5 short dialogues. At the end of each dialogue, a question will be asked about what was said. The dialogues and question will be spoken only once. After each question there will be a pause. During the pause, you must read the four choices marked A, B, C and D, and decide which is the best answer. Then mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center.
  1. A. Not to go shopping downtown. C. Look for a new wallet.
  2. A. Working on an assignment together. C. How they will spend the weekend.
  3. A. He didn't have time to go to the movie. C. The movie was inexpensive.
  4. A. He is doing well in the class. C. The lecture is not very clear.
  5. A. The man used to be unhealthy. C. The man ate a lot every day. Section B (5 points) Directions: In this section, you will hear 2 conversations. At the end of each conversation, some question will be asked about what was said. The conversation will be spoken twice. After each question there will be a pause. During the pause, you must read the four choices marked A, B, C and D, and decide which is the best answer. Then mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center. Conversation 1
  6. A. They are passive. C. They are not afraid to make mistakes.
  7. A. Independent. C. Hardworking. Conversation 2
  8. A. A comfortable hotel. C. A traditional family-style hotel.
  9. A. A policeman. C. A passer-by.
  10. A. In the next street. C. Two-minute drive to the west. Section C ( 5 points ) Directions: In this section you will hear a short passage. At the end of the passage, you will hear some question. 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 mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center.
  11. A. Busy. B. Boring. C. Variety. D. Typical. B. Working with police uniform. D. Having a break. B. 6 C. 4 D.
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B. Guard her money D. Not to take the train. B. What they will do that afternoon. D. Returning books to the library. B. The movie was not worth seeing. D. He didn't understand the movie. B. The book is confusing. D. The lecture are from the book. B. The man is handsome. D. The man has become a better person.
B. They don't speak much in class. D. They rarely ask you to explain something. B. Passive. D. Both A and C.
B. A modern hotel. D. An inexpensive hotel. B. A waiter. D. A hotel receptionist. B. Next to a bank. D. On the left side of the street.

  12. A. Working with normal clothes. C. Not on the job.
  13. A. 7

  14. A. Because some robbers were stealing money from her. C. Because she was having a baby.
  15. A. Together with another policeman. C. He lend her a hand when she was giving baby. Part II
B. Because someone jumped out at her. D. Because she was
B. He drove her to the hospital with his police car. D. He called the police station for help.
Vocabulary and Structure (20%, 1 point each )
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.
  16. A smart appearance makes a impression at an interview. A. favorite B. favorable C. favoring D. favored

  17. It is recommended that passengers smoke during the flight. A. not B. need not C. could not D. would not

  18. The price of beer from 50 cents to $4 per liter during the summer season. A. altered B. separated C. ranged D. differed

  19. As we all know, fresh air, nutritious food and exercise to better health. A. attribute B. contribute C. add D. distribute

  20. He failed in this exam, proves that he wasn't working hard enough. A. that B. it C. what D. which

  21. with the size of the whole earth, the highest mountain does not seem high at all. A. Compared B. Compare C. Comparing D. While comparing

  22. After the flood, the villagers are trying their best to get thing back to . A. ordinary B. normal C. common D. usual

  23. The murderer was brought in, with his hands behind his back. A. being tied B. having tied C. to be tied D. tied

  24. To be frank, I really prefer the former program to the . A. late B. later C. lately D. latter

  25. We received 400 applications the job. A. on B. of C. in D. for

  26. This hotel $60 for a single room with bath. A. pays
  27. B. costs C. prices D. charges
the content is concerned, the book is worth reading. A. As long as B. As far as C. As well as D. As good as

  28. He hoped the firm would him to the Paris branch. A. exchange B. transmit C. transfer D. remove

  29. Not only you and I but Peter, the top student in our grade, not able to solve the problem. A. are B. were C. am D. is

  30. You should have to your way of thinking to the new life style. A. adept B. adopt C. adapt D. adjust

  31. Only when he had done it that he had made a mistake. A. he then realized B. he realized C. did he realize D. before he realize

  32. The European Union countries were once worried that they would not have supplies of petroleum. A. sufficient B. proficient C. efficient D. potential
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  33. This is the first time you have been late. A. by all means B. by no means C. in some cases D. in any case

  34. Not having a good command of English can be a serious preventing you from achieving your goals. A. obstacle B. fault C. offense D. distress

  35. He thinks he is superior his classmates because his father is an important person. A. than Part III B. to C. of (30 points, 2 points each ) D. with
Reading Comprehension ( 1 )
Directions: This part is to test your reading ability. There are 3 tasks for you to fulfill. You should read the materials carefully and do the tasks as you are instructed. Taskl Directions: After reading the following passage, you will find 5 unfinished statements, numbered 36 through
  40. For each statement there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. You should make the best choice and mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center. Most of us grow up taking certain things for granted. We tend to assume that experts and religious leaders tell us "the truth". We tend to believe that things advertised on television or in newspapers can't be bad for us. However, encouragement of critical thinking in students is one of the goals of most colleges and universities. Few professors require students to share the professors' own beliefs. In general, professors are more concerned that students learn to question and critically examine the augments of others, including some of their own beliefs or values. This done not mean that professors insist that you change your beliefs, either. It does mean, however, professors will usually ask you to support the views you express in class or in your writing. If your premises (前提) are shaky, or if your arguments are not logical, professors personally point out the false reasoning in your arguments. Most professors want you to learn to recognize the premises of your arguments, to examine whether you really accept these premises, and to understand whether or not you draw logical conclusions. Put it this way: Professors don't tell you what to think ; they try to teach you how to think. On the other hand, if you intend to disagree with your professors in class, you should be prepared to offer a strong argument in support of your ideas. Argument just for the sake of arguing usually does not promote a critical examination of ideas. Many professors interpret it as rudeness.
  36. In the first paragraph, the writer tries to tell us that people A. easily accept certain things without a second thought C. are forming their views during their growth B. grow up through learning certain things in life D. have strong beliefs in authorities while getting old

  37. Nowadays, most colleges and universities encourage students to . A. criticize others C. give their own ideas B. share professors beliefs D. change their own beliefs

  38. The word "shaky" (line 1, para. 3 ) most probably means "". A. creative B. firm C. false D. weak

  39. To help students develop their critical thinking, professors mainly teach them . A. choice of their premises C. skills of drawing conclusions B. the way to think independently D. different kinds of argument

  40. According to the writer, the right way to argue is to . A. argue mainly for the sake of arguing C. support your idea with sound reasoning B. prove it with a good conclusion D. examine others' ideas critically
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Task 2 Directions: After reading the following passage, you will find 5 unfinished statements, numbered 41 through
  45. For each statement there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. You should make the best choice and mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center. It would be difficult to have a society like ours without public goods such as defense, transportation, and other services. A public good is one that a person can use without reducing the use of it for another person. One of the best
example of a public good is national defense. One person can benefit form our national defense without reducing another person's benefits. In fact, it is difficult to keep any person in our society from enjoying the benefits of national defense. The market system does not work well in producing public goods. This is because a person who refuses to pay for a public good cannot be kept from using it. Suppose that the neighbors in a high crime area decide to hire a police force. Each neighbor, except Mrs. Smith, agrees to pay $100 a year for it. Mrs. Smith refuses to pay because she knows that if all the others pay the $ 100, the police will guard the area anyway. So Mrs. Smith can enjoy the services of the police force without paying $ 1
  00. The market system has no way to deal with this type of problem. For this reason, we cannot ask each person to make
a direct payment in the form of product price. Therefore, we collect money for public goods by using taxes.
  41. According to the passage, public goods are . A. services enjoyed by all people C. products that we make for national defense B. what we can buy and sell in public D. taxes paid by the people involved

  42. The writer gives the example of national defense in paragraph 2 in order to show that . A. there will be no safety if there is no national defense B. all the people should be responsible for national defense
C. a public good is a shared benefit for the whole society D. some public goods are more important than others
  43. The person who does not pay for a public good . A. keeps himself from using its benefit C. fails to keep its benefit from being used
  44. In the third paragraph the author explains . A. what role the market system plays in producing public goods B. how weak the market system is in producing public goods C, why some people refuse to pay for public goods D. what we can do not make use of the market system
  45. From the passage we learn that the purpose of collecting taxes is to . A, ensure the continuous supply of public goods C, get extra money to support public goods Task 3 Directions: After reading the following passage, you will find 5 unfinished statements, numbered 46 through
  50. For each statement there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. You should make the best choice and mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center. Our environment is getting worse and worse with the increase of the world population, which affects the environment in two ways. Firstly, the limited energy resources will be used up much faster. Secondly, the increasing population creates more pollution, another severe problem that needs to be solved. Both problems are long-term ones because actions taken now show their results slowly over many years. They are also urgent because delays in action can lead to great suffering and social problems. The question seems to be difficult to handle for most people. However, a
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B. cannot enjoy its benefit at any time D, enjoys its benefit all the same
B, reduce the difference between the rich and the poor D. remind people of their duty
person can be a protector of environment in everyday life if he takes actions to save the environment right now. With the development of technology, cars make transportation easier and quicker than before, but we can't ignore the disadvantages brought to us by more and more cars in use. For example, we are consuming gasoline (汽油), which is a non-renewable (无法更新的) resource, and will soon be gone. Moreover, the exhausted gas from cars pollutes our air, and our health is therefore threatened by air pollution, which has a big potential effect on our daily life. So we can consider walking, taking buses, carpooling (合用汽车), instead of driving cars alone. This seems to be a very slow process that can't be so effective if it's taken by a single person. But when more and more people become aware of the importance and positively take it as their personal
 

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