大学英语三级模拟试题( ) 大学英语三级模拟试题(
Class Name Part II Vocabulary
  21. All things considered , the planned trip will have to be . A. complained B. contracted C. cancelled D. consisted
  22. Are there any for believing that there is no life on the moon ? A. facts B. foundation C. grounds D. bases
  23. The publishing of the writer’s recent works will surely his national reputation . A. magnify B. strengthen C. enlarge D. enhance 24 . The winds today turn out strong and . A. variable B . varied C . various D . valuable 25 . The old woman can’t hope to her cold in a few days . A. get over B. get out C. get away D. get off 26 . In the market , merchants with customers . A. discussed B. debated C. quarreled D. bargained 27 . It is of you to get rid of a dishonest friend . A . sensible B . sensed C. sensitive D . sense
  28. The hero in that film is based on a real historical figure , not an . A. imaginable B. imaginative C. imaginary D . imagination
  29. On the day of my , all my friends in the city came to see me off . A. arrival B. departure C. absence D. advent
  30. Tommy thought he had all the for the job , so he went bravely to the manager . A. diplomats B. qualifications C. identifications D. artificials
  31. the wise leadership of the Party , we have achieved great success during the past two decades . A. Because B. Due to C. On account D. Owing to
  32. The customer the money on the counter and went away . A. lay B. laid C. lied D. was laying
  33. I can’t her talking like that about my friends . A. stand B. afford C. know D. sure
  34. suggestions are welcome at any time . A. Productive B. Liable C. Constructive D. Portable
  35. A thick fog had the trees into ghosts. A. transferred B. transformed C. translated D. transported
  36. In the end he from the competition . A. withdrew B. returned C. retired D. quitted
  37. The tomato juice left brown on the front of my jacket . A. spot B. point C. track D. trace
  38. He spoke at the meeting of his company . A. in place B. on behalf C. on account D. instead
  39. The scientist brain research all his life . A. applies B. permits C. studies D. pursues
  40. I want to know if the bank will him the loan he has applied for .
A. grind
B. grant
C. grand
D. guide
Part III Structure
  41.When I was at college I three foreign languages , but I all except a few words of each . A . spoke ; had forgotten B. spoke ; have forgotten C. had spoke ; had forgotten D. had spoke ; have forgotten
  42. You’d if the car went over the cliff . A. killed B. have killed C. be killed D. been killed
  43. Charles Babbage is generally considered the first computer . A. to have invented B. inventing C. to invent D. having invented
  44. The sick woman needs . A. looking after B. to be looking after C. to look after D. being looked after
  45. a reply , he decided to write again . A. Not receiving B. Receiving not C. Not having received D. Having not received
  46.I told Sally how to get here , but perhaps I for her . A. had to write it out B. must have written it out C. should have written it out D. ought to write it out
  47. If he , he that food . Luckily he was sent to the hospital immediately . A. was warned ; would not take B. had been warned ; would not have taken C. would be warned ; had not taken D. would have been warned ; had not taken
  48. , he never spends a cent on charity . A. Rich as is he B. Rich as he is C. He is as rich D. Though rich he is
  49. Was it during the Second World War he died ? A. that B. while C. in which D. then
  50. I don’t believe he ‘ll go , ? A. is he B. does he C. was he D. will he
  51. Not one can be sure in a million years . A. what man will look like B. what will man look like C. man will look like what D. what look will man like
  52. This is all she said about it . A. who B. that C. whom D. what
  53. Swimming is a very good sport , everybody knows . A. as B. that C. which D. who 54 . Mr Zhang gave the textbooks to all the pupils , except who had already taken them . A. ones B. these C. the others D. the ones
  55. It was not long I forgot it all . A. after B. before C. then D. when
  56. The teacher or her students planning to go . A. was B. be C. were D. will
  57. You must be very careful your health . A. of B. for C. with D. at

  58. “ What is she ? ” “ She is .” A. a writer and a poet B. a writer and poet C. writer and poet D. the writer and poet
  59. He kept car for twenty years . A. his first large black foreign B. his black first foreign large C. his large first black foreign D. his foreign black large first
  60. a few words , she doesn’t know any French at all . A. Apart from B. Unless C. Apart D. Except for Part IV Reading Comprehension Question 61 to 65 are based on the following passage : Who talks more , women or men ? The seemingly contradictory evidence is reconciled by the difference what I call public private speaking . More men feel comfortable doing “ public speaking ” , while more women feel comfortable doing “ private ” speaking . Another way of capturing these differences is by using the terms report-talk and rapport-talk . For most women , the language of conversation is primarily a language of rapport : a way of establishing connections and negotiating relationships . Emphasis is placed on displaying similarities and matching experiences . From childhood , girls criticize peers who try to stand out or appear better than others . People feel their closest connections at home , or in settings where they feel at home ? with one or a few people they feel close to and comfortable with ? in other words , during private speaking . But even the most public situations can be approached like private speaking . For most men , talk is primarily a means to preserve independence and negotiate and maintain status in a hierarchical social order . This is done by exhibiting knowledge and skill , and by holding center stage through verbal performance such as storytelling ,joking , or imparting information . From childhood , men learn to use talking as a way to get and keep attention . So they are more comfortable speaking in larger groups made up of people they know less well , in the broadest sense , “ public speaking ” . But even the most private situations can be approached like public speaking , more like giving a report than establishing rapport .
  61. Another term for “ private talking ” is . A. report talk B. rapport talk C. persuasive talk D. women’s talk
  62. When women talk , they tend to . A. criticize their friends who stand out B. make others feel at home C. approach public situations like private talking D. seek close relationship with other speakers
  63. Men talk in order to . A. make new friends B. share experience C. negotiate with others D. get attention
  64. The purpose of this passage is to . A. compare and contrast the male and female talking styles B. analyze the male and female talk C. inform of the gender difference D. draw people’s attention to the difference

  65. The conclusion we can draw from this passage is that . A. men talk more than women B. men and women have different conversational styles C. men like to display their knowledge and skills in their talk D. men are more independent than women Question 66 to 70 are based on the following passage : It’s generally agreed that the greatest threat facing the world today is the warming of the earth’s atmosphere , commonly called global warming or the greenhouse effect . It is the world’s biggest problem because it is truly a world-wide problem . It involves everything in the world , from the North to the South poles , from the bottom of the ocean to the edge of the atmosphere . We therefore obviously need to find a solution to it . But first of all , we need to be clear about what it is that causes the greenhouse effect . Basically , we have been producing too many of the gases which , when they are released into the earth’s atmosphere , trap heat , and thus raise its temperature . There are several gases involved , but the main ones are carbon dioxide and chlorofluorocarbons?often called CFCs . The carbon dioxide comes from burning forests and from burning fossil fuels such as oil and coal . The CFCs are given off by refrigerators and air-conditioning systems . Carbon dioxide is to blame for 56% of the greenhouse effect , and CFCs for 23% . We now dump 24 billion tons of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere every year. If this figure were to double , the average global temperature could go up between 1 to 4 degrees C . This may not sound like much , but a two degree rise would make the world hotter than it has ever been in human history . Unfortunately , to make matters worse , the warming effect may not make itself apparent until it is too late . The temperature of the world has risen by more than half a degree this century , and the oceans have risen by at least 10 cms . But just as it takes time for a kettle of water to boil , so it may have taken 30 years or so for the ocean to swell . This means that the global warming we are experiencing now is only a result of the carbon dioxide and other gases we have dumped into the atmosphere up to the 1960s . Since then , our use of fossil fuels has increased rapidly . In other words , the damage may have already been done . Temperatures are expected to increase by at least
  1.3 Celsius degrees by 2030 and 3 degrees by the year 2070 .
  66. The best title for this text is . A. Cause and Effect of Global Warming B. Damages Done by Global Warming C. Global Warming and Industrial Development D. Solution to the Problem of Pollution
  67. A contributing factor to the greenhouse effect is . A. the earth’s atmosphere B. the world climate C. the forest fire D. the two poles
  68. The greenhouse effect we are experiencing now is resulted from . A. the present environmental pollution B. the poisonous gases produced 30 years ago C. the development of industry D. the wastes dumped by people
  69. The world temperature rise for this century is . A. 1 to 4 degrees C B. 3 degrees C C. over half a degree C D.
  1.3 degrees C
  70. We may infer from this passage that . A. carbon dioxide and CFCs are equally harmful to the environment
B. global warming is a direct cause for natural disasters C. the world temperature rise has been going up more quickly as time passes D. people’s living standard has been on the rise Question 70 to 75 are based on the following passage : Time spent in a bookshop can be most enjoyable , whether you are a book-lover or merely there to buy a book as a present . You may even have entered the shop just to find shelter from a sudden shower . Whatever the reason , you can soon become totally unaware of your surroundings . The desire to pick up a book with an attractive dust-jacket is irresistible , although this method of selection ought not to be followed , as you might end up with a rather dull book . You soon become engrossed in some book or other , and usually it is only much later that you realize you have spent far too much time there and must dash off to keep some forgotten appointment ?without buying a book , of course . This opportunity to escape the realities of everyday life is , I think , the main attraction of a bookshop . There are not many places where it is possible to do this .A music shop is very much like a bookshop . You can wander round such places to your heart’s content . If it is a good shop , no assistant will approach you with the inevitable greeting : “ Can I help you , sir ?” You needn’t buy anything you don’t want . In a bookshop an assistant should remain in the background until you have finished browsing . Then , and only then , are his services necessary . Of course , you may want to find out where a particular section is , but when he has led you there , the assistant should retire discreetly and look as if he is not interested in selling a single book . You have to be careful not to be attracted by the variety of books in a bookshop . It is very easy to enter the shop looking for a book on , say ancient coins and to come out carrying a copy of the latest best-selling novel and perhaps a book about brass-rubbingsomething which had only vaguely interested you up till then . This volume on the subject , however , happened to be so well illustrated and the part of the text you read proved so interesting that you just had to buy it . This sort of thing can be very dangerous . Apart from running a huge account , you can waste a great deal of time wandering from section to section . Book-sellers must be both long-suffering and indulgent .
  71. You may spend too much time in a bookshop because . A. the dust-jackets are very attractive B. you start reading one of the books C. it is raining outside D. you have to make sure you can’t buy a dull book as a present
  72. In a good bookshop . A. nobody takes any notice of you B. the assistant greets you in a friendly w



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