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2022年 成人高考---专升本《英语》考前模拟卷

第 Ⅰ卷 (选择题,共 125 分)

Ⅰ.Phonetics (5 points)

Directions:In each of the following groups of words, there are four underlined
letters or letters combinations Marked A, B, C and D. Compare the
underlined parts and identify the one that is different from the others
in pronunciation. Mark your answer by blackening the corresponding
letter on the Answer Sheet.

1. A. duck B. duty C. dust D. dump
2. A. gain B. gang C. giant D. grain
3. A. allow B. fellow C. now D. cow
4. A. fly B. silly C. simply D. city
5. A.black B.blade C.map D. sack

Ⅱ.Vocabulary and Structure (15 points)

Directions : There are 15 incomplete sentences in this section.For each sentence there are four choices marked A , B, C and D.Choose one answer that best completes
the sentence and blacken the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet.

6.The committee is totally opposed any changes being made in the plans.
A. of B. on C. to D. against

7.We' ll visit Europe next year we have enough money.
A. lest B. until C. unless D. provided

8. My father seemed to be in no to look at my school report.
A. mood B. emotion C. attitude D. feeling

9.He is quite thoughtless , for very se1dom can he other peop1e' s troub1es.
A. agree with B. interfere with C. identify with D. rest with

10. Let' s think of a situation this idiom can be used.
A. where B. which C. that D. what

11. We wou1dn' t lose heart even if we again.
A. wou1d fail B. failed C. had failed D. fail

12.Thoughts are expressed words.
A. by all means B. by no means C. by the way D. by means of

13.The ship from behind the fog.
A. drove B. emerged C. passed D. turned

14. I 'd rather marry a man who had a ( n) of humour than one who was very attractive.
A capability B. sight C. knowledge D. sense

15.There is no specific rule what we should wear to a dinner party.
A.because of B. as to C. as of D.but for

16. The two parties have an agreement on the date of talk.
A.come across B. come down D. come to C. come up

17. My mobile phone isn't in my bag. Where I have put it?
A.can B. must C. should D. would

18.Go back to your room and leave me .
A.alone B.lonely C. along D. almost

19.He insisted that she improve her oral English by doing a lot of practice.
A.could B. would C. might D. should

20. parent say and do has a 1ife-1ong effect on their children.
A. What B. That C. Which D.As

Ш. Cloze(30 points)

Directions : For each blank in the following passage I there are four choices marked A , B, C and D. Choose the one that is most suitable and mark your answer by
blacke ning the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet.

Have you ever had to decide whether to go shopping or stay home and watch TV on a weekend? Now you 21 do both at the same time. Home shopping television networks( 网络) have become a 22 for many people to shop without 23 having to leave their home.

Some shoppers are 24 department stores and supermarkets-fighting the crowds, waiting in lines and sometimes having slight 25 of finding anything they want to buy. They' d rather sit quietly at home in front of the TV set and watch a friendly announcer describe a product 26 a model shows it. And they can shop around the clock , buying something 27 by making a phone call.

Department stores and even mail-order companies are 28 to join in the success of home shopping. Large department stores are busy 29 their own TV channels (频道 )to encourage TV shopping in the future. Customers can ask questions about products and place
30 , all through their TV sets.

Will shopping by television 31 take the place of shopping in stores? Some industry managers think so. 32 many people find shopping at a real store a great enjoyment. And for many shoppers, it is still important to 33 or try on dresses they want to buy. That' s 34 specialists say that in the future , home shopping will 35 together with store shopping but will never entirely replace it.

21. A. must B. should C. shall D . can

22. A. programme B. way C. reason D. purpose

23. A. ever B. never C. still D.once

24. A. proud B. fond C. tired D. careful

25. A. sense B. doubt C. hope D. feeling

26. A. until B. since C. if D. while

27. A. suitably B. cheaply C. simply D. hardly

28. A. nervous B. lucky C. equal D. eager

29. A. putting up B. making up C. setting up D. looking up

30. A. orders B. goods C. books D. answers

31. A. lastly B.finally C. especially D. fortunately

32. A. Then B. Yet C. However D. Therefore

33. A. design B. make C. wear D. touch

34. A. how B. why C. what D. when

35. A. exist B. practise C. follow D. appear

IV. Reading Comprehension (60 points)

Directions : There are five reading passages in this part. Each passage is followed by four question. For each question there are four suggested answers marked A, B,
C and DL Choose the best answer and blacken the corresponding letter on the
Answer Sheet.

Passage One

Mr. Smith was a wealthy industrialist , but he was not satisfied with life. He did not sleep well and his food did not agree with him. This situation lasted for some time. Finally , after several sleepless nights , he decided to consult his doctor. The doctor advised a change of surroundings. "Go abroad , " he said. "But l' m not good at foreign language ," said Mr. Smith. "It doesn't matter , " said the doctor. "It won' t hurt you to talk a little less. Go on a voyage. Take plenty of exercise. Try to reduce your weight. Avoid rich food. "

Mr. Smith went to Switzerland. He did not know French or German , and had to communicate through gestures. He attended a physical training course. The instructor made him bend his knees , swing his arms , stretch his neck and shake his head rapidly. He had to lie on the ground and raise his right and left legs alternately. After a time his muscles grew hard and firm. He forgot the financial crisis and the importance of raising the level of production. He even began to notice individual trees and individual birds.

Finally he returned home. But unfortunately his improvement was only temporary. Soon he was a normal businessman again , worried about his property , his profits , his savings , his advancement in a technological society , and things in general.

36.Mr.Smith went to see his doctor because he
A. had little to eat B. was seriously ill
C. had to sleep D. didn't feel well
D. handshakes

37. In the second paragraph , the word "gestures" means
A. body movements B. simple words C. pens or pencils D. body words

38. When he traveled abroad , Mr. Smith
A. learned boxing B. forgot all about his business
C. raised the level of production D. shook his head all the time

39. In the last paragraph , the word "temporary" means
A. lasting for a short time B. not deep
C. unimportant D. developing very slowly

Passage Two

Public goods are those commodities from whose enjoyment nobody can be effectively exclude^. Everybody is free to enjoy the benefits of these commodities, and one person' s utilization does not reduce the possibilities of anybody else * s enjoying the same good.

Examples of public goods are not as rare as one might expect. A flood control dam is a public goods. Once the dam is built, all persons living in the area will benefit— irrespective of their own contribution to the construction cost of the dam. The same holds true for highway signs or aids to navigation. Once a lighthouse is built, no ship of any nationality can be effectively excluded from the utilization of the lighthouse for navigational purposes. National defense is another example. Even a person who voted against military expenditures or did not pay any taxes will benefit from the protection afforded.

It is no easy task to determine the social costs and social benefits associated with public goods. There is no practicable way of charging drivers for looking at highway signs, sailors for watching a lighthouse, and citizens for the security provided to them through national defense. Because the market does not provide the necessary signals, economic analysis has to be substituted for the impersonal judgement of the marketplace.

40.What does the passage mainly discuss?
A.Mechanisms for safer navigation. B.The economic structure of the marketplace.
C.A specific group of commodities. D.The advantages of lowering taxes.

41.Which of the following would NOT be an example of public goods as described in the passage?
A.A taxi. B. A bridge. C. A fire truck. D. A stoplight.

42.According to the passage, finding out the social costs of a public good is a
A. difficult procedure B. daily administrative duty
C. matter of personal judgement D. citizen' s responsibility

43.Which of the following statements best describes the organization of the first two paragraphs?
A.Suggestions for the application of an economic concept are offered.
B.Several generalizations are presented from which various conclusions are drawn.
C.Persuasive language is used to argue against a popular idea.
D.A general concept is defined and then examples are given.


Passage Three

The strange close understanding between twins is a familiar enough phenomenon. Often they seem to understand each other and share each other' s emotions to such an extent that one suspects some kind of thought communication.

What is not so widely known is that this special relationship often acts as brake on twins' intellectual development. As they are partly isolated in their own private world, twins communicate less with adults than do other children. The verbal ability of a four-year-old twin is typically six months behind that of a non-twin.The problem can be particularly severe in an underprivileged family, a one-parent family for example, where there is little stimulation for children anyway.

Such children, while capable of mutual comprehension in a private language, often remain incomprehensible to outsiders and thus at a severe educational disadvantage. The only solution to the problem, cruel though it may seem, is to separate the twins thus forcing them to acquire ordinaryspeech helped and guided by sympathetic parents and teachers.

44.Many people don't know that .
A.twins understand each other very well
B.twins are slow to learn to talk
C.twins are unlikely to do less well at school than other children
D.there exists more communication between twins

45.What's the reason for twins to be at a disadvantage in their intellectual development?
A.They can only understand their own private language.
B.They communicate with outsiders less than non-twins.
C.There is little stimulation for them.
D.Adults don't like to talk with them.

46.The author probably feels that twins' problem .
A.can not be solved because solution is very cruel
B.can be solved because twins will be separated
C.can not be solved unless the twins are forced to live in an ordinary environment
D.can be solved if the adults communicate with them more often

47.The writer mentions all of the items listed below EXCEPT .
A.twins can help each other
B.twins share each other's emotion
C.twins are able to understand each other in a private language
D.twins communicate less with their parents


Passage Four

The first European stock exchange was established in Antwerp , Belgium (比利 时), in
1531. There were no stock exchanges in England until the 1700' s. A man wishing to buy or sell shares of stock had to find a broker( agents) to transact his business for him. In 1 ρndon ,he usually went to a coffee house , because brokers often gathered there. In 1773 , the brokers of London formed a stock exchange.

In New York City , brokers met under an old button -wood tree on Wall Street. They organized the New York Stock Exchange in 1792. The American Stock Exchange , the second largest in the United States, was formerly called the Curb Exchange because of its origin on the streets of New York City.

A stock exchange is a market place where member brokers buy and sell stocks and bonds (债券) of American and foreign businesses on behalf of the public. A stock exchange provides a market place for stocks and bonds in the same way a board of trade does for commodities. The stockbrokers recelre a small commission on each transaction they make.

The stockholder may sell his stock wherever he wants to unless the corporation has some special rule 10 prevent it. Prices of stock change according to general business conditions and the earnings and future prospects (前景) of the company. If the business is doing well , the stockholder may be able to sell his stock for a profit. If it is not , he may have to take a loss.

48. In the 1600' s, if a man wanted to buy or sell shares of stock , he had to do
it through
A. the government B. himself C. a broker D. the stock exchange

49. The second largest stock exchange in the U. S. used to be called
A. the Wall Street Exchange B. the New York Stock Exchange
C. the Curb Exchange D. the U. S. Exchange

50.Which of the statements is true?
A. The stockholder can sell his stock to anywhere at any time.
B. There were no stock exchange in England in the 1700' s.
C. The price of stock is not stable.
D. The stockbrokers do the transaction without charging for the stockholders.

51. The passage is mainly about
A. the Wall Street B. the stock exchange
C. the stock D. the stockholder and stockbroker


Passage Five

How first learned to invent words is unknown ; in other words , the origin of language is a mystery . All we really know is that men , unlike animals , somehow invented certain sounds to exores thoughts and feelings , actions and things , so that they could communicate with each other ; and that later they agreed upon certain signs, called letters, which could be combined to represent hose hounds and which could be written down. Those sounds, whether spoken , or written in letters, we call words.

The power of words , then , lies in their associations-the things they bring up before our minds. Words become filled with meaning for us by experience ; and the longer we live , the more certain words recall to us the glad and sad events of our past ; and the more we read and learn , the more the number of words that mean something to us increases.

Great writers are those who not only have great thoughts but also express these thoughts in words Which appeal powerfully to our minds and emotions. This charming and telling use of words is what we call literary (文字的) style. Above all , the real poet is a master of words. He can convey his meaning in words which sing like music , and which by their position and association can move men to tears. We should therefore learn to choose our words carefully and use them accurately ,or they will make our speech silly and rude.

52. The origin of language
A. is a legend handed down from the past B. is ref1ected in sounds and letters
C. dates back to the prehistoric period D. is a problem not yet solved

53. One of the reasons why men invented certain sounds to express thoughts and action that

A. they could agree upon certain signs B. they could write them down
C. they could communicate with each other D. they could combine them

54. What is true about words?

A. They are used to express feelings only. B. They can not be written down.
C. They are represented either by sounds or letters. D. They are visual letters.

55. The real power of words exists in their

A. accuracy B. beauty C. charm D. representative function


V. Daily Conversation(15 points)

Directions :Pick out appropriate expressions from the eight choices below and complete
the! following dialogue by blackening the corresponding letter on the Answer
Sheet.

A. What should I do

B. Thank you, mom

C. Where have you been

D. Yes,he is

E. What was wrong with him

F. Were you sick

G. Where is the hospital

H. I'm sorry to hear that

A:Jim , you said you would not stay out late after school , didn't you?
B : Yes ,mom ,I did.
A:But it' s 10 0' clock now. 56 ?
B : Sorry. I've been to the hospital.
A:What? 57 ?
B : No. 1 sent Jack to the hospital.
A : Oh really? 58 ?
B : He had a terrible headache on the way home.
A : Is he better now?
B : 59 .
A : Good for you ,my dear! l' m very glad you can help others.|
B : 60 .

第Ⅱ卷 (非选择题,共 25 分)

VI. Writing (25 points)

Directions:For this part, you are supposed to write a letter in English in 100 - 120 words
based on the following information. Remember to write it clearly.

61.以" Failure and Success" 为题写一篇短文, 内容包括:

(1)人生中遭遇失败很常见;

(2)每个人都渴望成功;

(3)失败是走向成功的必经之路。


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