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北航12年6月课程考试《综合英语2》考核试题(一)

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北航12年6月课程考试《综合英语2》考核试题(一)

一、单选题(共 20 道试题,共 40 分。)
1.  I'm moving to the countryside because the air there is much fresher than___in the city.
A. ones
B. one
C. that
D. those
     
2.  Cars do cause us some health problems —in fact far more serious ___than mobile phones do
A. one
B. ones
C. it
D. those
     
3.  The results of the survey are interesting and they____more questions than they can answer.
A. bring about
B. prohibit
C. project
D. benefit from
    
4.  I've tried very hard to improve my English. But by no means ___with my progress.
A. the teacher is not satisfied
B. is the teacher not satisfied
C. the teacher is satisfied
D. is the teacher satisfied
     
5.  Sarah had her washing machine repaired the day before yesterday___she?
A. had
B. did
C. hadn't
D. didn't
     
6.  Take the medicine now. I believe it will____your pain.
A. release
B. relive
C. reject
D. relieve
     
7.  Only after my friend came___.
A. did the computer repair
B. he repaired the computer
C. was the computer repaired
D. the computer was repaired
     
8.  The schools themselves admit that not all children will be successful in the jobs ___ they are being trained.
A. in that
B. for that
C. in which
D. for which
     
9.  ——Do you have anything to say for yourselves? ——Yes,there's one point ___we must insist on.
A. why
B. where
C. how
D. /
    
10.  I was given three books on cooking, the first ___I really enjoyed.
A. of that
B. of which
C. that
D. which
     
11.  The dish____terrible! I don't like it at all.
A. tastes
B. tasted
C. will taste
D. is tasted
     
12.  Your mother told me that you overslept this morning, ____?
A. didn't she
B. didn't you
C. did she
D. did you
     
13.  —Is that the small town you often refer to? —Right, just the one you know ___I used to work for years.
A. that
B. which
C. where
D. what
    
14.  By no means ____ our mistakes.
A. we ought ignore
B. we ought to ignore
C. ought we ignore
D. ought we to ignore
     
15.  — Andrew won't like it, you know. —___? I don't care what Andrew thinks!
A. So what
B. So where
C. So why
D. So how
     
16.  My grandma still treats me like a child. She can't imagine___ grown up.
A. my
B. mine
C. myself
D. me
     
17.  ____by the look on her face, she didn't catch what I meant.
A. Judging
B. Judged
C. Judge
D. To judge
     
18.  Scientists have many theories about how the universe ___ into being.
A. came
B. was coming
C. had come
D. would come
     
19.  The owner of the cinema needed to make a lot of improvements and employ more people to keep it running, ___ meant spending tens of thousands of pounds.
A. who
B. that
C. as
D. which
     
20.  We've ____paper and ink. Ask Mrs. Edward to lend us some.
A. run away with
B. run out of
C. run off
D. run down
     
二、阅读理解(共 3 道试题,共 60 分。) 
                                                                         (A)
  Last week, 169 Junior 1 students at No. 35 Middle School of Shenyang took their first no-teacher exam. After the teacher handed out the exam paper, he left the room and never came back. A student collected in the papers when the exam ended.
    “That test was not only a test of knowledge, but also a test of moral (道德). We wanted to show students how important honesty (诚实)is, ”said Cai Wenguo, the school’s headmaster. The school says no cheating (作弊)happened in the test. Next year, it wants 80% of its exams to be without teachers. But students have different ideas.
    “I was happy and excited during the exam because my teachers trusted (信任)me, ”said Lang Yudan, a 13-year-old girl in Class 11.
    “Schools must trust students a lot not to use invigilators (监考人). But I think it is too early. Some students will cheat if there are no invigilators. And the students will not be able to ask for help when needed. ”said Hua Sha.
    “I don’t like having invigilators in exams. When they walk around the classroom, they make me nervous. I would get higher marks without them in the room because I would feel more relaxed. ”Liu Qingxi said.
    “I think it’s very important to have invigilators in exams. Many students want to check their answers with each other after they have finished papers. And they can also keep the classroom in order when something unusual happens. They may make me nervous, but I still think we need them. ”Shangguan Yuan said.
    Not using invigilators may be a good idea. But before using it, schools must tell students the importance of honesty and try to find ways to solve something unusual in exams.1). The passage mainly (主要地)talks about ______.
A. how to pass an exam
B. how to make students honest
C. whether there is cheating in exams
D. whether invigilators are needed in exams
     
2). No. 35 Middle School of Shenyang held a no-teacher exam to _______.
A. let the students have a good rest
B. teach the students in a better way
C. help all the students pass the exam
D. find whether the students were honest
   
3). From what the students have said, we know ________.
A. invigilators really help them a lot
B. all of them think it is a good idea
C. something unusual never happens in exams
D. not all of them agree with the head
     
4). What does Hua Sha think about no-teacher exams?
A. It’s a good idea to have no -teacher exams but something must be done first.
B. If there are no invigilators, the students will certainly get lower marks.
C. Exams without invigilators will never be held since students are not honest.
D. She thinks it’s the best way to show that schools trust their students a lot.
     
5). In the sentence “And they can also keep the classroom in order when something unusual happens”“they”refers to (指)_________.
A. students
B. headmasters
C. invigilators
D. schools
      
                                                                         (B)
    I hear many parents saying that their teen-age children are rebellion(反叛). I wish it were so. At your age you ought to be growing away from your parents. You should be learning to stand on your own two feet. But take a good look at the present rebellion. It seems that teenagers are all taking the same way of showing that they disagree with their parents. Instead of striking out bravely on their own, most of them are trying to seize at one another’s hands for safety.
      They say they want to dress as they please. But they all wear the same clothes. They set off in new directions in music. But somehow they all end up crowded round listening to the same record. Their reason for thinking or acting in thus-and-such a way is that the crowd is doing it. They have come out of their cocoon (蚕茧) ---- into a larger cocoon.
      It has become harder and harder for a teenager to stand up against the popularity wave and to go his or her own way. Industry has firmly open up a teen –age market. These days every teenager can learn from newspapers and TV what a teenager should have and be. And many of today’s parents have come to award(奖励) high marks for the popularity of their children. All this adds up to great difficulty for the teenager who wants to find his or her own path.
      But the difficulty is worth getting over. The path is worth following. You may want to listen to classical music instead of going to a party. You may want to collect rocks when everyone else is collecting records. You may have some thoughts that you don’t care to share at once with your classmates. Well, go to it. Find yourself. Be yourself. Popularity will come --- with the people who respect you for who you are. That’s the only kind of popularity that really counts.
1). The writer’s purpose in writing this passage is to tell _____.
A. reader how to be popular in the world
B. teenagers how to learn to decide things for themselves
C. parents how to control and guide their children
D. people how to understand and respect each other
    
2). According to the writer, many teen-agers think they are brave enough to act on their own, but, in fact, most of them ______.
A. have much difficulty in understanding each other
B. are not sure of themselves
C. dare not to do things
D. are very much afraid of getting lost
    
3). Which of the following is NOT true according to the passage?
A. There is no popularity that really counts.
B. What many parents are doing is actually keeping their children from finding their own path.
C. It is not necessarily bad for a teen-ager to disagree with his or her classmates.
D. Most teen-agers say they want to do what they like to, but in fact they are doing the same.
     
4). During the teen-age years, one should learn to _____.
A. become different from others in as many ways as possible
B. get into the right season and become popular
C. find one’s real self
D. rebel against parents
     
5). The best title for the passage is
A. To be the most popular one
B. How to win respect
C. Make your own decision
D. Control your children
      
                                                                       (C)
   One of the things I always believe is that no matter how bad something is, you can take something positive out of it. The one thing I wasn’t sure of that was on September 11.
      I usually wake up at 6:30 or 7:00 in the morning. That day, I happened to wake up earlier. I turned on the TV and I saw that a plane had crashed into the North Tower of the World Trade Center. My first reaction was that it was a terrible accident. Then I saw another plane fly into the South Tower and I realized that I was witnessing(目击) an act of terrorism.
      My wife and I spent the day watching the terrible pictures over and over again. When I watched family members looking for their loved ones, the pain in their eyes was something I would never forget. I couldn’t understand how something this terrible could have happened.
It wasn’t until a few weeks after September 11 that I began to see that perhaps some good did come from this tragedy(悲剧). People seem different now, more understanding, more tolerant(宽容的). Things that seemed to be such a trouble before are no longer big things. Personally, I am more tolerant than I was. I realize life is too short, and too precious(珍贵的)to let myself get worried over small things. I’ve learned also that you can’t take things for granted. Things change in the blink(眨眼) of an eye. People go to work and don’t come back. One moment they’re living and the next minute they’re not. And no matter who you are, there is nothing you can do about it. We never know when our time here will be over, so we call need to make the most of every minute we have. You try to learn from what happened. You can’t be used up by it. You can’t live by it. All you can do is just live.
1). The underlined word “positive” in the first paragraph probably means .
A. terrible
B. bad
C. good
D. real
     
2). What did the writer see after he turned on the TV that morning?
A. A fire starting.
B. A plane flying.
C. A terrible accident.
D. An act of terrorism.
     
3). What was the writer doing all that day?
A. Watching TV.
B. Saving injured people.
C. Looking for his loved ones.
D. Searching for the terrorists.
     
4). Which is the right time order?a. a plane crash into the North Tower of the World Trade Center
A. c-a-b-d-e
B. b-a-d-e-c
C. d-b-e-a-c
D. d-b-a-e-c
     
5). From September 11, the writer has realized that .
A. people should value every minute they have
B. he has become less tolerant towards others
C. he should get worried about little things
D. life is too short to care about others
     

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