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. W: Would you do me a favor?
A. I would.
B. With pleasure.
C. I don' t know if I can.
D. What is the favor?
2. W: Operator, I want to make a person-to-person call to Toronto, Canada. The number is 932 - 0808.
A. But I don' t know whom you want to call.
B. What' s the name of the party you' re calling?
C. What' s the address of the person you' re calling?
D. What's the extension number you' re calling?
3. Speaker A: Wow! How nice the room is!
A. It' s just so so.
B. So it is,
C. Is that so?
D. So you love it.
4. W: Sunshine Hotel. May I help you?
A. All fight. My name is David Jones and my room number is 103.
B. Yes. We need a double room for this weekend.
C. Thank you, I' d like to make a long distance call to New Zealand.
D. Sorry. I don' t think you can help us. Thank you anyway.
5. M: I want to try on that black pair.
A. Do you mean this black pair or that black pair?
B. Oh, I thought the red ones looked very nice on you.
C. Would you mind changing another pair?
D. Get the red ores, please. I' m busy.
6. Guest: I' d like a room with an ocean view (风景), please.
Clerk: I' m sorry. __________
A. Those rooms are all ordered.
B. Those rooms are all possessed.
C. Those rooms are all owned.
D. Those rooms are all held.
7. Speaker A: Are you feeling better now?
A. Well, not too better yet, thank you.
B. Well, not too good yet. Better than I was though.
C. Well, it doesn' t matter.
D. I' m all right now.
8. W: My watch is not working.__________
M: It' s ten past twenty.
A. What time is it?
B. What' s the time?
C. What is time by your watch?
D. what time is it by your watch?
9. Speaker A: Can I do anything for you?
Speaker B :__________
A. No. You can' t do anything for me.
B. Never mind.
C. It' s my pleasure.
D. No, it' s all right. I can manage myself.
10. Speaker A: I' m terribly sorry for being so careless.
Speaker B :__________
A. Never mind.
B. Don' t worry about it.
C. Don' t feel sorry about it.
D. I feel sorry too.
M: I' d like to see a pair of brown shoes.
A. What do you want?
B. What can I do for you?
C. What do you like?
D. Do you want to buy something?
12. W: Please deposit (投进去) twenty more cents.
A. Oh, dear, I don' t have any more money. I' 11 have to hang up now.
B. Deposit twenty more cents. It' s an astronomical figure for me.
C. Sorry, I didn' t owe you twenty more cents.
D. Sorry, I didn' t even have a bank account book.
13. Katherine : Linda ! I haven' t seen you for ages. How are you?
Linda: Fine. And you?
Katherine: Pretty good. How' s Frank?
Linda: Oh, don't you know? We got divorced two years ago.
A. Oh, I am sorry.
B. What a pity !
C. It is really a problem.
D. Hope you' II be better.
14. W :A man from AT&T would like to talk with the manager on the new project. Is she available?
A. I' m sorry. She is engaged just now.
B. I' m sorry. She is free.
C. Pardon, please. She said she would come to meet sooner or later.
D. She said she should apologize for inconvenience.
15. Speaker A: Hello. May I speak to Sally, please?
A. May I ask who you are?
B. Yes. But the number is engaged.
C. Yes. This is Sally.
D. Thanks 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 :
On November 19, 1863, Abraham Lincoln went to Gettysburg in Pennsylvania to speak at the National Soldiers Cemetery. The Civil War was still going on. There was much criticism of Presi-dent Lincoln at the time. He was not at all popular. He had been invited to speak at Gettysburg on-ly out of politeness. The principal speaker was to be Edward Everett, a famous statesman and speaker of the day. Everett was a handsome man and very popular everywhere.
It is said that Lincoln prepared his speech on the train while going to Gettysburg. Late that night, alone in his hotel room and tired out, he again worked briefly on the speech. The next day Everett spoke first. He spoke for an hour and 57 minutes. His speech was a perfect example of the rich oratory of the day. Then Lincoln rose. The crowd of 15,000 people at first paid little attention to him. He spoke for only nine minutes. At the end there was little applause. Lincoln turned to a friend and remarked,"I have failed again". On the train back to Washington, he said sadly, "That speech was a fiat failure, and the people are disappointed".
Some newspapers at first criticized the speech, but little by little as people redid the speech they began to understand better. (76)They began to appreciate its simplicity and its deep mean-ing. It was a speech which only Abraham Lincoln could have made.
Today, every American school child learns Lincoln' s Gettysburg Address by heart. Now eve-ryone thinks of it as one of the greatest speeches ever given in American history.
1. In 1863, Abraham Lincoln was__________.
A. very critical
C. very popular
D. very courteous
2. Lincoln was invited to speak at the National Soldiers Cemetery because he was__________.
A. a famous speaker
B. a very handsome man
C. President of the country
D. a popular statesman
3. It can be inferred from the text that__________.
A. Lincoln prepared his speech very carefully before he went to Gettysburg
B. Lincoln was very busy at the time and didn' t have much time to prepare his speech
C. Lincoln' s speech was full of rich words
D. Lincoln' s speech was very long
4. It was a fact that Lincoln' s speech was__________.
A. an immediately success
B. warmly applauded
C. a total failure
D. not well-received at first
5. Which of the following statements is NOT true according to the passage?
A. Lincoln' s Gettysburg Address has deep meaning.
B. Lincoln' s Gettysburg Address is simple in style.
C. Lincoln' s Gettysburg Address is memorized by every American school child.
D. Lincoln' s Gettysburg Address is the greatest speech ever delivered in the United States.
Questions 6 to 10 are based on the following passage:
(77)In what now seems like the prehistoric times of computer history, the early post-war era( 站后时期 ), there was a quite widespread concern that computers would take over the world from man one day.Already today, less than forty years later, as computers are relieving us of more and more of the routine tasks in business and in our personal lives, we are facing with a less dramatic but also less foreseen problem. People tend to be over-trusting (过分信任) of computers and are re-luctant to challenge their authority. Indeed, they behave as if they were hardly aware that wrong buttons may be pushed, or that a computer may simply malfunction(失灵).
(78)Obviously, there would be no point in investing (投入) in a computer if you had to check all its answers, but people should also rely on their own internal computers and check the machine when they have the feeling that something has gone wrong.Questioning and routine double checks must continue to be as much a part of good business as they were in pre-computer days.
Maybe each computer should come with the following warning: for all the help this computer may provide, it should not be seen as a substitute for fundamental thinking and reasoning skills.
6. What is the main purpose of this passage?
A. To look back to the early days of computers.
B. To explain what technical problems may occur with computers.
C. To discourage unnecessary investment in computers.
D. To warn against the blindness to the probable shortcomings of computers.
7. The passage recommends those dealing with computers to__________.
A. be reasonably doubtful about them
B. check all their answers
C. substitute them for basic thinking
D. use them for business purpose only
8. An "internal computer" ( Para. 2 ) is__________.
A. a computer used exclusively by one company for its own problems
B. a person’s store of knowledge and the ability to process it
C. the most up to date in home computer a company can buy
D. a computer from the post-war era which is very reliable
9. The passage suggests that the present day problem with regard to computers is __________.
10. It can be inferred from the passage that the author would disapprove of__________.
A. computer science courses in high schools
B. businessmen and women who use pocket calculators
C. maintenance(连续不断) checks on computers
D. companies which depend entirely on computers
Questions 11 to 15 are based on the following passage:
To swim across the English Channel takes at least nine hours. It' s a hard work and it makes you short of breath. To fly over the Channel takes only twenty minutes ( as long as you' re not held up at the airport), but it' s an expensive way to travel. You can travel by hovercraft if you don' t mind the noise, and that takes forty minutes. Otherwise you can go by boat, if you forget your sea-sickness ills. All these means of transport have their problems and the weary( 不耐烦的)travel-er often dreams of being able to drive to France in his own car. "Not possible", you say. Well,wait a minute. People are once again considering the idea of a Channel tunnel or bridge.
This time, the Greater London Council is looking into the possibility of building a Channel link straight to London. (79)A bridge would cost far more than a tunnel, but you would be able to go by rail or by car on a bridge, whereas a tunnel would provide a rail link only.
Why is this idea being discussed again? Is Britain becoming more conscious of the need for links with Europe as a result of joining the EEC( 欧共体) ? Well, perhaps. The main reason,though, is that a tunnel or bridge would reach the twenty square kilometers of London' s disused dockland(船坞地) ~ A link from London to the continent would stimulate trade and re-vitalize(使…重新有活力) the port, and would make London a main trading center in Europe. (80)With a link over the Channel, you could buy your fish and chips in England, and be able to eat them in France while they were still warm!
11. Which of the following statements is TRUE?
A. Swimming across the Channel takes less than four hours.
B. The idea of a Channel tunnel or bridge is a very new one.
C. It is considered to be more difficult to swim across the channel than any other means.
D. A tunnel or bridge would only reach as far as the coast.
12. A tunnel would be__________.
A. less expensive to be built than a bridge
B. more expensive to be built than a bridge
C. less expensive to be built than a rail
D. more expensive to be built than a rail
13. If they built a Channel tunnel, you would__________.
A. neither take a train nor go by car
B. only take a train
C. either take a train or go by car
D. only take a bus
14. It can be concluded that many of London' s dockyards are__________.
A. not used
B. seriously blocked
C. fully used
D. opened again
15. Channel link would__________.
A. allow us to buy fish and chips in France
B. make the journey from Europe to England dangerous but easier and faster
C. decrease more trade for London' s dockyards
D. make London more prosperous again
Part 11Vocabulary 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 answer that best completes the sentence.Then mark the corre-sponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center.
16. One must try his best to __________to the new environment.
17. Christmas is a holiday usually celebrated on December 25th __________the birth of Jesus Christ.
A. in accordance with
B. in terms of
C. in favor of
D. in honor of
18. Hospital doctors don' t go out very often as their work __________all their time.
A. takes away
B. takes in
C. takes over
D. takes up
19. Do you know why John didn't__________ at the party yesterday evening?
A. show off
B. show down
C. show up
D. show in
20. Stupid people often find it difficult to__________their prejudices.
A. give in
B. give away
C. give into
D. give up
21. They built the wall especially high so that the little boy couldn' t __________it.
A. get on
B. get up
C. get to
D. get over
22. If you don' t put the milk in the refrigerator, it may__________.
A. go by
B. go off
C. go on
D. go back
23. No sooner had I closed the door than somebody started knocking __________it.
24. Every director needs an assistant that he can __________to take care of problems that may occur in his absence.
A. count of
B. count for
C. count on
D. account for
25. Living things are __________cells, and cells do not grow to more than twice the size they were at first.
A. made from
B. made up of
C. made up from
D. made of
26. Do what you think is right,__________ they say.
D. if only
27. Our society has changed and __________in it.
A. so the people have
B. the people have so
C. so have the people
D. have the people so
28. Young__________ he is, he knows what is the right thing to do.
29. She __________the washing out in the garden because it was fine yesterday.
30. He is very __________in using money.
31. Babies often__________ down when they are learning to walk.
32.__________ English, she is studying Japanese and French.
B. Except for
33. __________your homework and make sure that you don' t__________ any mistakes.
A. Do ; do
B. Make; make
C. Make; do
D. Do; make
34. The flat where we live __________three rooms only.
A. is comprised of
B. is made of
D. is composed of
35. Because the company was doing more business, it was necessary to __________the factory.
36. A country must always be __________guard against spies and invaders.
37. We must leave the party at exactly 9: 00__________ we' 11 be late for work.
A. for else
38. He remembered clearly that he__________the book on her desk yesterday.
39. I don' t think he is serious,__________.
A. do I
B. is he
C. don' t I
D. isn' t he
40. Cancellation of the flight __________many passengers to spend the night at the airport.
41.__________in a recent science competition, the three students were awarded scholarships totaling$ 21,000.
A. Judged the best
B. Judging the best
C. To be judged the best
D. Having judged the best
42. Everything we eat and drink contains some salt; we can meet the body' s need for it from natu- ral sources without turning __________the salt bottle.
43. I' d rather have a room of my own, however small it is, than__________a room with someoneelse.
B. to share
D. to have shared
44. He will surely finish the job on time __________he' s left to do it in his own way.
A. in that
B. so long as
C. in case
D. as far as
45. In my opinion, you can widen the __________of these improvements through your active partici-pation.
Part ⅢIdentification ( 10 % )
Directions: Each of the following sentences has four underlined parts marked A,B, C and D. Identify the one that is not correct. Then mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center.
Part 1VCloze ( 10% )(成人高考更多完整资料免费提供加微信/QQ：29838818)
Directions: There are 20 blanks in the following passage, and for each blank there are 4 choices markde A, B, C and D at the end of the passage. You should choose ONE answer that best fits into the passage. Then mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center.
Do you know insurance(保险) ? Buying insurance is a56by which people can protect themselves57large losses. Protection against fire is one kind of insurance. Large numbers of people pay58sums of money59an insurance company. Although thousands of people have paid for fire insurance, only60will lose their homes by fire. The insurance company will pay for these homes61of the sums of money it has collected.
The first modem fire insurance company was62in London, England, in 1666. A great fire had just63most of the city, and people wanted to protect against64losses. The fire company grew rapidly.65, other companies were founded in other areas.
Benjamin Franklin helped form the fast fire insurance company in America in 1752. He also66a new kind of insurance for67The new insurance would offer protection against the loss of crops68storm.
In 1759, Benjamin Franklin helped start69new insurance. This company, which offered70insurance, collected some money71from different men. Although a man died, his family was given a large sum of money. Today, this company is72in business.
Over the years, people have73from many new kinds of insurance when they have suf- fered from74accidents as car, plane crashes. Tomorrow, almost everyone has75kind of insurance.
56. A. idea
57. A. against
58. A. small
D. a lot of
59. A. for
60. A. few
B. quite a few
C. a few
61. A. out
62. A. recognized
C. come into being
63. A. injured
64. A. longer
65. A. Quickly
66. A. insisted
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