Part IDialogue Communication ( 15 % )
Directions: In this section, you will read 15 short incomplete dialogues between two speakers, each fol-lowed by 4 choices marked A, B, C and D. Choose the answer that best suits the situation to complete the dialogue by marking the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center.
1. Mary: Your little boy has done a good job at school.
A. Yes, you are very kind.
B. No, you are too polite.
C. Thanks, but you are exaggerating.
D. Yes, I' m proud of him.
2. W : What is all this glass doing on the floor?
A. Look at the window and you' 11 see.
B. I' ll clean it.
C. I' 11 call the repair man.
D. Can' t you find out?
3. W: I' m taking the train downtown to go shopping.
A. Well, you' d better keep an eye on your wallet.
B. Why don' t you stay at home and watch your baby?
C. By the way, what about your plan to visit your parents?
D. Take the train? You're a fool.
4. Client: Hello. May I speak to Mr. Turner?
A. I' m sorry. He' s at a meeting now.
B. I am. Speak, please.
C. Hello. Who' re you, please?
D. Hello. Thank you for calling.
5. Speaker A: You are washing your car even on vacation. It makes me feel guilty.
A. Though I' m washing my car on vacation, I was still criticized by my wife being lazy.
B. Never mind. Everyone does.
C. You shouldn' t. It' s just that I have nothing better to do at the moment.
D. Well, I' m afraid I can' t do better than this.
6. Jack: Hey, how are you, Susie? We haven't seen each other for...it must be close to three years.
A. How do you do?
B. Nice to meet you.
C. Fancy meeting you here.
D. Well. How have you been?
7. Speaker A: Can you come down a little for this watch?
Speaker B :__________
A. Yes, we would like to do so.
B. Sorry, but we go strictly by the price tag.
C. No, but you may try again.
D. Sure. We' 11 come to the first floor as soon as possible.
8. Kate: Do you mind opening the door for me?
A. Yes, I' 11 do it.
B. It' s nothing.
C. That' s all right.
D. Not at all.
9. Desk Clerk: Good afternoon, Holiday Inn.
Customer: Hello, I' d like to book a double room for the nights of 23rd and 24th please.
A. What' s the matter?
B. What can I do for you ?
C. Just a minute, please.
D. Can I help you?
10. Speaker A: Would you care for another helping(还要再吃点东西吗) ?
Speaker B :__________
A. I have helped enough.
B. No more help is needed.
C. No, thanks, I' m quite full.
D. Please pass me the helping.
11.--How' s your brother these days?
--He hasn' t been very well just recently.
--__________. What' s the matter?
--I think he' s been overworking.
A. I' 11 be pleased to hear you ask after him
B. I' m sorry to hear that
C. That' s not too bad
D. I' 11 tell him what you said
12. Speaker A: I' m not at all satisfied with the service.
Speaker B :__________
A. Nobody has complained like that before.
B. I sincerely apologize for that.
C. I wonder why you are satisfied with it.
D. It' s not our fault as there are too many customers.
Local resident: Sure. It' s on Ehn Street: between Eleventh and Twelfth Avenue.
Passer-by: Thank you.
A. Help please. Could you tell me where the post office is?
B. Sorry, where is the post office, please?
C. Trouble you. Could you please tell me where the post office is?
D. Excuse me. Do you know where the post office is?
14. Speaker A : That' s very kind of you to do so.
Speaker B :__________
A. That' s all right, I' m pleased to meet you.
B. As you are our important guest.
C. I' m pleased to be at your service.
D. It' s no trouble at all.
15. Wilson: Hello. May I speak to Peter?
A. Sorry, the number is engaged. Will you hold?
B. Yes, speaking.
C. Hello. Who' re you please?
D. Hello. Thank you for calling.
Part IReading Comprehension ( 30 % )(成人高考更多完整资料免费提供加微信/QQ：29838818)
Directions : There are 3 passages in this part. Each passage is followed by some questions or unfin-ished statements. For each of them there are four choices marked A, B, C and D.You should de-cide on the best choice and mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center.
Questions 1 to 5 are based on the following passage:
In sport the sexes are separate. (76)Women and men do not run or swim in the same races.Women are less strong than men.That at least is what people say. Women are called" the weaker sex" ,or, if men want to please them, "the fair sex". But boys and girls are taught together at schools and universities. There are women who are famous Prime Ministers, scientists and writers.
And women live longer than men. A European woman can expect to live until the age of 74, a man only until he is 68. Are women' s bodies really weaker?
The fastest men can run a mile in 4 minutes. The best women need 4.5 minutes. Women' s speeds are always slower than men' s, but some facts are surprising. Some of the fastest women swimmers today are teenage girls. One of them swam 400 metres in 4 minutes 21.2 seconds when she was only 16. The first" Tarzan" in films was an Olympic swimmer, Johnny Weissmuller. His fastest 400 metres was 4 minutes 59.1 seconds, which is 37.9 seconds slower than a girl50 years later !This does not mean that women are catching men up. Conditions are very different now, and sport is much more serious. It is so serious that some women athletes are given hormone(荷尔蒙)injections. At the Olympics a doctor has to check whether the women athletes are really women or not. It seems sad that sport has such problem. Life can be very complicated when there are two separate sexes !
1. Women are called "the weaker sex" because__________.
A. women do as much work as men
B. people think women are weaker than men
C. sport is easier for men than for women
D. in sport the two sexes are always together
2. Which of the following is true?
A. Boys and girls study separately everywhere.
B. Women do not run or swim in races with men.
C. Famous Prime Ministers are women.
D. Men can expect to live longer than women in Europe.
3. "That at least is what people say. " means people__________.
A. say other things too
B. don' t say this much
C. say this but may not think so
D. only think this
4. What problems does sport have?
A. Some women athletes are actually men.
B. Some women athletes are given hormone injections.
C. Women and men do not mn or swim in the same races.
D. It is difficult to check whether women athletes are really women.
5. In this passage the author implies that__________ .
A. women are weaker than men, but faster
B. women are slower than men, but stronger
C. men are not always stronger and faster than women
D. men are faster and stronger than women
Questions 6 to 10 are based on the following passage:
(77)What do we mean by a satisfactory standard of living? Obviously, it must include the basic necessities of life such as food, clothing and shelter.To get these necessities on regular basis,a person must have a reliable income. But we have other needs which would probably also be in-cluded as basic, such as health and education facilities.
We may think of all of these as our needs. Yet most of us would be far from satisfied if we had nothing more than these which are supplied for us. (78)We all enjoy extra income to spend on things like books, sports or hobbies.Sometimes we save some of this extra income to pay for future expense of this type on holidays. So we must add our wants to our basic needs. Our standard of liv-ing is the degree, to which these needs and wants are satisfied.
But as time goes on, what we think of as our basic needs changes. Twenty years ago a televi-sion would have been a luxury, and still is in many countries now. Even now we cannot say it is a need in the same sense as food, clothing and shelter. Yet if most of the people of a country have one, it comes to be accepted as a need. It is possible therefore to have food, clothing and shelter and still be poor by the standards of our own society.
6. What we need in life is divided into__________ according to this article.
A. the basic necessities and luxury
B. many kinds of need such as food, clothing and houses
C. four groups the basic necessities, luxury, reliable income and future expense
D. the basic necessities and reliable income
7. A person who gets the basic necessities must __________according to the writer.
A. have a reliable income
B. learn how to please his manager
C. finish his work ahead the time
D. get a good education
8. We all enjoy__________.
A. having only reliable income
B. having reliable income and extra income
C. having nothing more than food and clothing
D. having nothing more than reliable income
9. With time going on,__________.
A. a luxury may change into a need which most people want to get
B. the basic needs are getting smaller and smaller
C. a luxury and the basic needs can be exchanged
D. the basic needs can be changed into a luxury
10. If most of the people of a country have a television, we__________.
A. can say the television is a need in the same sense as food and clothing and shelter
B. can say the television must be in the basic necessities
C. cannot say the television is in the basic necessities
D. can say every family must have one
Questions 11 to 15 are based on the following passage:
Increasingly, over the past ten years, people--especially young people--have become aware of the need to change their eating habits, because much of the food they eat, particularly processed food, is not good for the health. Consequently, there has been a growing interest in natural foods.
Foods which do not contain chemical additives (添加剂) and which have not been affected by chemical fertilizers, widely used in farming today.
(79)Natural foods, for example, are vegetables, fruit and grain which have been grown in soil that is rich in organic ( 有机的 ) matter.In simple terms, this means that the soil has been nourished by unused vegetable matter, which provides it with essential vitamins and minerals. This in itself is a natural process compared with the use of chemicals and fertilizers, the main purpose of which is to increase the amount--but not the quality--of foods grown in commercial farming areas.
Natural foods also include animals which have been allowed to feed and move freely in healthy pastures(牧场). Compare this with what happens in the mass production of poultry: there are farms, for example, where thousands of chickens live crowded together in one building and are fed on food which is little better than rubbish. Chickens kept in this way are not only tasteless as food, they also lay eggs which lack important vitamins.
There are other aspects of healthy eating which are now receiving increasing attention from ex-perts on diet. Take, for example, the question of sugar. This is actually a non-essential food! Al-though a natural alternative, such as honey, can be used to sweeten food if it is necessary, we can in fact do without it. It is not that sugar is harmful in itself. But it does seem to be addictive: the quantity we use has grown steadily over the last two centuries and in Britain today each person con-sumes an average of 200 pounds a year! Yet all it does is to provide us with energy, in the form of calories. There are no vitamins in it, no minerals and no fiber.
(80)It is significant that nowadays fiber is considered to be an important part of a healthy di-et.In white bread, for example, the fiber has been removed. But it is present in unrefined flour and of course in vegetables. It is interesting to note that in countries where the national diet con-tains large quantities of unrefined flour and vegetables, certain diseases are comparatively rare.
Hence the emphasis is placed on the eating of whole meal bread and more vegetables by modern ex-perts on "healthy eating".
11. People have become more interested in natural foods because__________.
A. they are more health conscious
B. they want to taste all kinds of foods
C. natural foods are more delicious than processed foods
D. they want to return to nature
12. Soil that is rich in organic matters__________.
A. has had chemicals and fertilizers added to it
B. contains vegetable matter that has not been consumed
C. has been nourished by fertilizers
D. already contains large quantities of vitamins and minerals
13. Chickens raised in poultry farms are all of the following EXCEPT that__________.
A. they are fed on food which is little better than garbage
B. they live in very crowded condition
C. the eggs they lay lack vitamins
D. they are allowed to move about and eat freely
14. According to the passage,__________.
A. people need sugar to give them energy
B. sugar is bad for the health
C. the use of sugar is habit forming
D. sugar only sweetens food, but provides us with nothing useful
15. The best title for this passage is__________.
A. People' s Growing Interest in Natural Foods
B. Natural Foods and Healthy Diet
C. Harmful Effects of Sugar
D. The Importance of Fiber in Foods
Part ⅡVocabulary and Structure (30 % )
Directions: In this part there are 30 incomplete sentences.For each sentence there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. Choose the ONE answerr that best completes the sentence. Then mark the corre-sponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center.
16. According to the American federal government, residents of Hawaii have the longest life__________.
17. A season ticket __________the holder to make as many journeys as he wished within the stated period of time.
18. Fruit is rich __________vitamins.
19. Purchasing the new production line will he a __________deal for the company.
20. We hadn' t met for 20 years, but I recognized her __________I saw her.
A. for the moment
B. the moment when
C. at the moment when
D. the moment
21. Fifty years ago, wealthy people liked hunting wild animals for fun __________sightseeing.
A. than to go
B. rather than to go
C. more than going
D. other than going
22. The Prime Minister refused to comment on the rumor that he had planned to__________.
23. She __________the temptation to buy a coat she could not afford.
24. I feel sure that__________ qualification, ability and experience, you are abundantly suited to the position we have in mind.
A. in case of
B. in terms of
C. in the opinion of
D. in the course of
25. Paper making in China__________ from there to North Africa and Europe.
26. They spent all their spare time __________their spare money, on their experiments.
A. as much as
B. as well as
C. as long as
D. as soon as
27. The story was said to have been based on the information from a reliable__________.
28. It seems very difficult__________.
A. to stop the child to cry
B. restraining the child to cry
C. to stop the child flora crying
D. holding the child' s crying
29. The purpose of this test is to measure students'__________to learn instead of their present achievements.
30. The birth rate in a city__________ to fall as its gross domestic product (GDP) rises steadily,
31. He said there was nothing to be__________.
B. ashamed in
C. ashamed of
D. ashamed at
32. Sometimes children have trouble __________fact from fiction and may believe that such things actually exist.
A. to separate
C. for separating
D. of separating
33. Many a delegate was in favor of his proposal that a special committee __________to investigate the incident.
A. were set up
B. was set up
C. be set up
D. set up
34. Eye contact is important because wrong contact may create a communication__________.
35. There is noto the house from the main road.
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