关于公开 2005 年冬季四川省大学英语三级考试试题的通知 高函[2006]13 号 高函
各高等学校: 各高等学校: 为便于各高校结合考试分析本校大学英语教学情况, 根据各参考院校要求, 现将 2005 年冬 季四川省大学英语三级考试试题予以公开。 四川省教育厅高教 处 二 OO 六年三月二十 日
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一、将校名、姓名、学校代号、准考证号和试卷代号分别填写在答题纸、试 卷二(含填充式听写和作文纸)上。看清试卷一封面上的试卷代号,你现 在做的是 A 卷,须在答题纸试卷代号栏相应字母 A 上划线。划错或不 划 均判为零分,责任由考生自负。 二? 答题前仔细读懂各部分题目的说明要求。 三? 多项选择题的答案一定要做在答题纸 答题纸上,每题仅限一个答案,多选作答 答题纸
错 处理。选定答案后,用 2B 浓度的铅笔在相应字母的中部划一条横线。 其 正确方法是:[A][B][C][D]。使用其他符号者不给分。划线的浓度一定要 盖过字母底色。 四? 如果要改动答案,必须先用橡皮擦净原来选定的答案,然后再按上面的 规 定重新答题。 五? 填充式听写 作文 填充式听写和作文 作文用钢笔或圆珠笔分别按要求写在试卷二 试卷二中相应的各部 试卷二 分, 并保持卷面整洁。写在其他地方无效。 六? 考试时间为 120 分钟 分钟,不得拖延时间。本试卷做完后,把试卷一、试卷 二 和答题纸放在桌上,一律不得带走。待监考人员收完所有试卷后考生方 可 离开考场。 Part I Listening Comprehension (15%) (20 minutes) Section A Directions: In this section, you will hear 10 short conversations. At the end of each conversation, a question will be asked about what was said. Both the conversation and the question will be spoken twice Example: You will hear: You will read: A) At the office. B) In the waiting room. C) At the airport. D) In a restaurant.
  1. A) They are good friends. C) They met each other before. B) They both are interested in art. D) They both are interested in India.
  2. A) In a drugstore. B) At a bookstore. C) In the library. D) At the post office.
  3. A) 6:
  30. B) 7:
  00. C) 7:
  30. D) 8:
  00.
  4. A) Policeman and thief. C) Policeman and driver. B) Doctor and patient. D) Teacher and student.
  5. A) He is studying a hot major. C) He is confident about it. B) He is as scared as the woman. D) He is offered many job openings.
  6. A) 1
  00. B)
  85. C)
  50. D)
  15.
  7. A) She didn't want to write her report.C) She didn't want to talk about the concert. B) She didn't like the concert. D) She was busy writing her report.
  8. A) Susan. B) Linda. C) Anne. D) Angela.
  9. A) A healthy way of life. C) Whether they should move to Africa. B) A marvelous book on wildlife. D) Whether they once lived in the
same city.
  10. A) No one was killed in a train accident. B) A plane crash killed more than 300 people. C) Over 300 people died in a train accident. D) Over 300 people were injured in a train crash. Section B Questions 11 to 12 are based on the passage you have just heard.
  11. A) The speaker. B) Lisa. C) The parents. D) Neil.
  12. A) The parents came back. C) The kids continued the party. B) The parents spoiled the party. D) The kids cleaned up the room. Section C Spot Dictation
注意: 听力理解的 C 节(Section C)为填充式听写 为填充式听写(Spot Dictation), 短文及题目 短文及题目(S1 注意: 为填充式听写 - S
  6) 在试卷二(Test Paper Two)上。现在请取出试卷二做听写题。 在试卷二 上 现在请取出试卷二做听写题。 Part II Vocabulary and Structure (20%) (20 minutes) Directions: There are 20 incomplete sentences in this part. For each sentence there a r e f o u r choices marked A), B), C) and D). You must choose the one answer that b e s t completes the sentence. Then mark the corresponding letter on the A n s w e r S h e e t with a single line through the center.
  13. Only in a few countries a reasonable standard of living. A) the whole population enjoy C) do the whole population enjoy B) the whole population enjoys D) does the whole population enjoy
  14. We have to the government for a home improvement loan. A) applied B) approached C) apologized D) appointed
  15. , a man who expresses himself effectively is sure to succeed more rapidly than a man whose command of English is poor. A) Were other things equal C) Other things being equal B) To be equal to other things D) Other things to be equal
  16. "May I speak to your manager Mr. Smith at four o'clcok this afternoon? "I'm sorry. Mr. Smith to a conference before then. A) has gone B) will have gone C) had gone D) would have gone
  17. There was a large crowd in the square against the Iraq war.
A) protesting
B) protecting
C) preventing
D) promoting

  18. The writer has published many books, are well received by the readers. A) all of whom B) all of which C) all of them D) all of these
  19. After a whole day of hard work I'm very tired. It's time we home. A) go B) shall C) went D) should go
  20. The continuous rain the harvesting of the wheat crop by two weeks. A) set out B) set aside C) set off D) set back
  21. In those two years, Professor Brooks often had us such oral presentations in class. A) did B) done C) to do D) do
  22. It is quite necessary for a qualified teacher to have good manners and knowledge. A) intensive B) ineffective C) extensive D) expensive
  23. I admire George as an artist, I do not like him as a man. A) Only if B) Much as C) If only D) As much

  24. The ceremony is not for the of the dead, but for the comfort of the living. A) respect B) purpose C) sake D) impression
  25. Criticism and self-criticism is necessary it helps us to correct our mistakes. A) until B) unless C) in that D) in which
  26. We need someone really who can organise the office and make it run smoothly. A) effective B) efficient C) essential D) executive
  27. Some of the experiments in our textbook are difficult to perform. A) to describe B) be described C) describing D) described
  28. Tom graduated from a famous university at a very young age. He have been an outstanding student. A) must B) could C) should D) might
  29. Let's hang up some nice paintings on these walls of the great hall. A) blank B) bare C) empty D) vacant
  30. The student in glasses confessed to the final English exam for another student. A) take B) taking C) have taken D) having taken
  31. The idea sounds very good but will it work in ? A) practice B) common C) advance
  32. I like climbing mountains my wife prefers water sports. A) as B) for C) while D) turn D) when
Part III Reading Comprehension (40%) (35 minutes) Directions: There are four passages in this part. Each passage is followed by five q u e s t i o n s o r unfinished statements. For each question, there are four choices marked A ) , B ) , C) and D). You should choose the best answer. Then mark the c o r r e s p o n d i n g letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center. Passage One Questions 33 to 37 are based on the following passage. An earthquake is caused by a sudden slip on a fault (断层). A fault is a fracture in the crust (地壳) of the earth along which rocks on one side have moved relative to those on the other side. Stresses in the earth's outer layer push the sides of the fault together, build up and the rocks slips suddenly, releasing energy in waves that travel through the rock to cause the shaking that we feel during an earthquake. Earthquakes tend to be concentrated in narrow zones. There are 7 major crustal plates on earth, about 80 km thick, all in constant motion relative to one another. They move at between 10 and 130 mm per year. It is estimated that there are several million earthquakes in the world each year. Many of these earthquakes go undetected because they occur in remote areas or have very small magnitudes (震级). The USGS Earthquake Information Center locates 12,000 to 14,000 earthquakes each year (about 35 per day). On average, about 60 earthquakes per year are classified as significant, with 19 classified as major. A significant earthquake is one of magnitude
  6.5 or higher or one of lesser magnitude that causes casualties (伤亡) or considerable damage. Major earthquakes have a magnitude larger than
  7.
  0.
  33. The main idea of the passage is . A) how earthquakes are formed and classified B) how earthquakes can be predicted and located C) earthquakes do not so often occur on the earth D) earthquakes are considered to be a threat to humans
  34. Which of the following is NOT mentioned in this passage? A) Earthquakes of large magnitudes cause casualties. B) Earthquakes often happen in narrow zones. C) Earthquakes involve the release of energy. D) Earthquakes can cause waves in the sea.
  35. What can we learn from the passage? A) Scientists can locate most earthquakes. B) Earthquakes are very common on the earth. C) Scientists can find a way to prevent earthquakes.
D) More earthquakes of higher magnitudes are detected than those of lower ones.
  36. How do scientists distinguish a significant earthquake from a major earthquake? A) A significant earthquake is of higher magnitude. B) A significant earthquake can kill more people. C) A major earthquake is of higher magnitude. D) A major earthquake is of lower magnitude.
  37. The word "fracture" (Line 1, Paragraph
  1) most probably means . A) a stress in the crust C) an outer layer of the crust B) a large hole in the rock D) a cracked part in the rock Passage Two Questions 38 to 42 are based on the following passage. It was a happy combination of mountains, sea, and sun which made farming become the leading industry of the Southern Colonies (殖民地). The ocean made plentiful clouds, the clouds hitting the mountains made plentiful rain, the rain washing down the mountains for thousands of years had built a wide plain of fertile (肥沃的) soil. The rivers which had brought down the soil were steep near the mountains, but near the coast they were wide and rolling, deep enough for the small boats of the time to sail for miles. It was far enough south for the summers to be hot, so that the growing season lasted from six months in Maryland to about nine in South Carolina. If you add these ideal farming conditions to the early discovery of a New World crop which was always in demand in the Old World, you will readily understand why the Southern Colonies became a farming group. Tobacco! This was the breath of life in Virginia, the oldest of the Southern Colonies. Men talked, thought, and bought in tobacco. It was a farming country, and other crops were also grown, but while the Southerner might have competition in the production of fruits and grains (wheat and rice and barley 大麦), in tobacco he was a master. Tobacco! It was a magic word. Everything revolved around its production and it had a tremendous effect upon life in the South.
  38. "A New World crop" in the last sentence of the 1st paragraph most probably refers to . A) wheat B) rice C) tobacco D) barley
  39. According to this passage ideal farming conditions in the Southern Colonies mainly consisted of . A) a long coast and high mountains B) plentiful rain and the long growing season C) hot summers and steep mountain rivers D) plentiful clouds and deep soil
  40. Which of the following was NOT a factor that makes the Southern Colonies
become a farming group? A) Competition in producing fruits and grains. B) The early discovery of a New World crop. C) Favorable geographical location. D) Ideal farming conditions.
  41. Tobacco was said to be "a magic word" because . A) it brought a big profit to the Southern Colonies B) tobacco was in steady demand in the Old World C) the Southerner had competition in its production D) the Southerner's life depended on it to a great extent
  42. The phrase "revolved around" can be replaced by . A) was only interested in C) moved in a circle around B) was closely connected with D) gradually developed into Passage Three Questions 43 to 47 are based on the following passage. Information has always been at the center of human communication. You may ask why. Well, communication between people involves giving and receiving information. The way we give and receive information today has experienced a revolution in the development of the mass media in the 20th century. The first truly mass communication medium was the newspaper. For the first time in history, people could read about events in their country and from around the world every day. However, there were two problems with newspapers of that time. Firstly, newspapers were available only in large cities, for getting newspapers to the countryside was a difficult and time-consuming task. Secondly, newspapers weren't always reliable, as there was a limited range of opinions. Nowadays, we can choose from a wide variety of sources to get information. Television and the Internet have given us the chance to be informed about everything the minute it happens. Numerous radio and TV stations, satellite channels and millions of websites help people keep up with the latest news. People live history and are part of it. The media
 

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