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2009年黑龙江学位英语真题及答案
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2009年黑龙江省成人本科毕业生申请学士学位

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英语考试试卷[附答案]

150 minutes

Paper One

(90 minutes)

Part I Vocabulary and Structure (10 points; 15 minutes)

 

Directions: Each of the following sentences is provided with four choices. Choose

 the one that best completes the sentence. Then, mark your answer by

 blackening the letter of your choice on the Answer Sheet.

1. When you come back from London, would you please buy me ______of a small radio?

A. ten dollar's worth                              B. worth ten dollars

C. ten dollars of worth                           D. ten dollars' worth 

2. Although she ______law for only a little over eight years, Florence Allen became in 1992 the first woman to sit on a state supreme court.

A. would practice                                  B. practices

C. had practiced                                     D. has practiced

3. It was necessary that he ______his mother, otherwise she would have known this from someone else, and been very angry with him.

A. told.                                                   B. had told

C. tell                                                     D. would tell   

4. The school was named ______the hero who gave his life for the cause of the revolution.

A. after                                                      B. for

C. with                                                      D. about  

5. The news media ______radio, television and newspapers.

A. compose of                                           B. are consisted of

C. are composed of                                    D. consist 

6. They turned a deaf ear to our demands, ______enraged all of us.

  A. that                           B. which              C. as                    D. this

7. He is so sick today that he does not ______having anything to eat.

A. turn out                    B. tend to        C. make for         D. feel like

8. Age is not important. It's brains and knowledge that______.

  A. judge                        B. impress           C. count              D. survive

9. We haven't the ______idea of what you meant.

  A. smallest                    B. dimmest         C. weakest          D. slightest

10. Many things ______impossible in the past are common today.

  A. to consider                                           B. considered     

  C. considering                                          D. being considered

11.When asked ______they needed most, the kids said they wanted to feel

   important and loved.

  A. what                         B. why                 C. whom             D. which 

12. ______the project as planned, we’ll have to work two more hours a day.

  A. Completing                                                 B. Complete    

  C. To complete                                         D. Completed   

13. ______hungry I am, I never seem to be able to finish off this loaf of bread.

  A. Whatever                                             B. Whenever

  C. Wherever                                             D. However

14. — How can the problem be solved?

     — Well, we must ______it to the president’s own judgment.

  A. depend                                                  B. leave              

  C. suggest                                                        D. realize

15. He is very popular among his students as he always tries to make them ______in his lectures.

  A. interested                                             B. interesting                            

  C. interest                                         D. to interest  

16. The present situation is very complex, so I think it will take me some time to ______its reality.

  A. make up                                   B. figure out     

  C. look through                                      D. put off  

17. In those days, our ______concern was to provide people who were stopped by the snow storm with food and health care.

  A. normal                                      B. constant       

  C. permanent                                       D. primary   

18. As he works in a remote area, he visits his parents only______.

     A. occasionally                                    B. anxiously      

      C. practically                                  D. urgently 

19. Nowadays the Chinese are becoming more familiar with different cultures and other ways of doing things, ______is often the case in other countries.               

   A. what                                    B. as           

      C. who                                        D. that

20. We have been told that under no circumstances ______the telephone in the office for personal affairs.

     A. may we use                             B. we may use     

      C. we use                                     D. do we use 

 

Part II Cloze Test (10 points, 20 minutes)

Directions: Read the passage through. Then, go back and choose one suitable word

 or phrase marked A, B, C, or D for each blank in the passage. Blacken

         the corresponding letter of the word or phrase you have chosen on the

         Answer Sheet.

Cars are an important 21 of life in the United States.  22 most people feel that they are poor. And 23 if a person is poor he doesn't feel really poor 24 he has a car.

   There are three main reasons the car became so 25 in the United States.  26 of all, the country is a huge one and Americans like to move 27 in it. The car provides the most comfortable and 28 form of transportation. 29 a car people can go any place without spending a lot of money.

   The second reason cars are popular is the fact 30 the United States never developed 31 and inexpensive form of public 32 . Long-distance trains have never been 33 common in the United States as they are in other parts of the world. Nowadays there is a good system of air-service  34  planes. But it is 35 expensive to be used frequently.

   The third reason is the most important one, though. The American spirit of independence is 36  really made cars popular. Americans don't like to wait  37  a bus, or a train or even a plane. They don't like to have to 38 an exact schedule. A car gives them the freedom to schedule 39  time. And this is the freedom that Americans want 40 to have.

21. A. role                 B. part                        C. effect                            D. basis 

22. A. Without a car B. Not with a car       C. Without no car      D. With not a car  

23. A. ever                 B. still                        C. even                       D. quite  

24. A. although          B. when                      C. whether                 D. but  

25. A. qualified          B. increasing              C. developing            D. popular

26. A. First                 B. Firstly                    C. At first                   D. The first 

27. A. around             B. on                          C. along                     D. forth  

28. A. cheap               B. most cheap            C. cheapest                D. cheaper

29. A. Through           B. By                          C. With                      D. As 

30. A. which               B. that                        C. where                     D. what 

31. A. an interested    B. an affected            C. an efficient            D. a satisfied 

32. A. movement              B. carriage                 C. shipping                D. transportation  

33. A. quite                B. very                       C. too                         D. as   

34. A. providing         B. to provide                     C. provided                D. provides 

35. A. very                 B. so                           C. too                         D. as  

36. A. that                  B. what                       C. how                        D. which 

37. A. for                    B. on                          C. beside                    D. about 

38. A. run                   B. further                   C. chase                     D. follow  

39. A. their own         B. their self                C. theirs own             D. theirs self 

40. A. best                  B. most                      C. worst                     D. least 

 

Part III Reading Comprehension (Skimming and Scanning)(40 points; 55

 minutes)

Section 1

Directions: Each of the following passages is followed with five questions. For

           each question there are four choices. Choose the best answer to each

 question. Then blacken the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet.

Questions 41 to 45 are based on the following passage:

All the housewives who went to the new supermarket had one great ambition: to be the lucky customer who did not have to pay for her shopping. For this was what the notice just inside the entrance promised. It said: “Remember, once a week, one of our customers gets free goods. This May Be Your Lucky Day!”

For several weeks Mrs. Edwards hoped, like many of her friends, to be the lucky customer. Unlike her friends, she never gave up hoping. The cupboards in kitchen were full of things which she did not need. Her husband tried to advise her against buying things but failed. She dreamed of the day when the manager of the supermarket would approach her and say: “Madam, this is Your Lucky Day. Everything in your basket is free.” One Friday morning, after she had finished her shopping and had taken it to her car, she found that she had forgotten to buy any tea. She went back to the supermarket, got the tea and went towards the cash-desk. As she did so, she saw the manager of the supermarket approach her. “Madam,” he said, holding out his hand, “I want to congratulate you! You are our lucky customer and everything you have in your basket is free!”

41. The housewives learnt about the free goods _______.

   A. on TV                                                    B. from the manager

   C. at the supermarket                                D. from the newspaper

42. Mrs. Edwards ________.

   A. was always very lucky                          B. had no friends

   C. hoped to get free shopping                   D. got disappointed easily

43. Mrs. Edwards’s husband tried to ________.

   A. make her unhappy                                 B. cheer her up

   C. buy things with her                               D. keep her from buying things

44. Mrs. Edwards went back to the supermarket quickly because she had to ______.

   A. buy another thing                                  B. talk to the manager

   C. pay for her shopping                             D. find her shopping

45. Mrs. Edwards must have been ________.

   A. pleased                B. delighted               C. proud                 D. disappointed

 

Questions 46 to 50 are based on the following passage:

A third of British people are overweight, states a report published in January by the Royal College of Physicians, the result of an 18-month-long study. About 5of children weigh too much, and are likely to stay that way for life; in the mid-twenties age group the proportion of fat people  rises to a third, and of the middle-age population half are overweight.

Fat people risk severe health problems, says the report, including high blood pressure, breathlessness, and various forms of heart disease. Smoking is particularly risky for overweight people.

The safest way to lose weight is to eat cereals, bread, fruit and vegetables, and cut down on fatty meats, butter and sweet foods. Current diets do far more harm than good; slimming machines that vibrate muscles have not been proved useful; saunas (蒸气浴) merely remove a little body water, and health farms, says the report, serve as expensive holidays.

The report emphasizes that exercise is most important to health. Though it doesn’t necessarily reduce weight, it maintains the correct proportion of body fat to body muscle. And it isn’t only for the young. From middle age a minimum of 20 minutes of gentle physical jerks should be practiced three times a week.

The report advocates several public health measures to combat the high prevalence of overweight in this country. They include an increase of tax on alcohol to reduce its increasing, and dangerously fattening consumption; and the provision of more sports facilities by local authorities. Britain’s doctors, the report concludes, must learn to be more sympathetic and specific in their advice to the overweight, encouraging a change in eating habits on a long-term basis, and taking into account the many—often complex—reasons why fat people are fat.

46. The passage is mainly about______.

A. why many British people are overweight           

B. how to avoid getting overweight

C. British people’ s overweight problem         

D. the relations between overweight and health

47. According to the reporta person is most likely to stay fat for the whole of his life if he______.

A. gets fat in middle age                             B. gets fat in his twenties

C. gets fat when he is a child                      D. is born fat

48. The report thinks that exercise________.

A. is a way to reduce weight                       C. can convert fat to muscle

B. is a sure way to keep one healthy           D. sometimes increases weight

49. The report points out that drinking too much alcohol________.

A. will also cause a person to get overweight

B. will cause a person to do less sports

C. will make a person forget the fact that he is fat

D. will lead a person to bad eating habits

50. The report suggests that when treating the overweight, doctors should______.

    A. encourage a long-term diet for everyone

    B. first consider why so many people are overweight

    C. know that there are complex reasons why a person gets overweight

    D. be more considerate and give detailed advice

 

Questions 51 to 55 are based on the following passage:

A scientist who does research in economic psychology and who wants to predict the way in which consumers will spend their money must study consumer behavior. He must obtain data both on the resources of consumers and on the motives that tend to encourage or discourage money spending.

   If an economist were asked which of the three groups borrow most—people with rising incomes, stable incomes or declining incomes—he would probably answer those with declining incomes. Actually, in the years 1947-1950, the answer was: people with rising incomes. People with declining incomes were next and people with stable incomes borrowed the least. This shows us that traditional assumptions about earning and spending are not always reliable. Another traditional assumption is that if people who have money expect prices to go up, they will hasten to buy. If they expect prices to go down, they will postpone buying. But research surveys have shown that this is not always true. The expectations of price increases may not stimulate buying.

   The investigations mentioned above were carried out in America.  Investigations conducted at the same time in Great Britain, however, yielded results that were more in agreement with traditional assumptions about saving and spending patterns. The condition most favorable to spending appears to be price stability. If prices have been stable and people consider that they are reasonable, they are likely to buy. Thus, it appears that common business policy of maintaining stable prices is based on correct understanding of consumer psychology.

51. According to the passage, if one wants to predict the way consumers will spend their money, he should _______.

A. try to encourage or discourage consumers to spend money

B. carry out investigations on consumer behavior

C. do researches in consumer psychology in a laboratory

D. rely on traditional assumptions about earning and spending

52. According to paragraph 2, one traditional assumption is that people with______ incomes borrow most.

A. average             B. stable                C. declining             D. rising

53. The results of the investigations on consumer psychology carried out in America were ______ those of the investigations made at the same time in Great Britain.

A. not as good as                                B. much better than

C. exactly the same as                        D. somewhat different from

54. Which of the following statements is always TRUE according to surveys mentioned in the passage_______?

A. Consumers will put off buying things if they expect prices to decrease.

B. Consumers will spend their money quickly if they expect prices to increase.

C. The price condition has an influence on consumer behavior.

D. Traditional assumptions about earning and spending are reliable.

55. From the results of the surveys, the writer of this article _______.

A. concludes that the saving and spending patterns in Great Britain are better than

  those in America

B. concludes that consumers always expect prices to remain stable

C. does not draw any conclusion

D. concludes that maintaining stable prices is correct business policy 

 

Section 2

Directions: Read the following passage, and then decide whether the statements are

 true(A) or false (B) (判断对错,对的在答题卡上画A 错的在答题卡

上画B)

Questions 56 to 60 are based on the following passage:

Joe Bloggs worked in a large and famous company. The president of the company believed in keeping his employees (雇员) happy. One yearhe offered them a pension (养老金) fund. The idea was that the workers would pay five percent of their wages into a pension fund. The company would also pay a sum equal to five percent. When an employee retired from the companyhe could take with him all the money that he and the company had put into his pension fund.

“I will open the pension fund, ”the president of the company said, “as soon as you all agree to join. Unless you all join, I won’t open the fund. You’ve got a week to make up your minds.

The idea was a very good one and everyone except Joe Bloggs agreed to join.

“I don’t understand it,” Bloggs said.

   His co-workers tried to explain it to him, but he just kept saying, “I still don’t understand it.”

   Time passed and when there was only an hour left before the week was up, the president sent for Joe Bloggs to come to his office on the 20th floor.

“Mr. Bloggs,” he said, “all the employees agree with what I am going to say to you. So listen carefully.”

   “It had better be good.”Bloggs said.

   “Oh, it is,” the president said. “If you don’t agree to join the pension fund before I finish counting to ten, the security guards will throw you out of the window.

Joe Bloggs immediately signed the form which said he would agree to join the plan.

 “Now that you have explained it clearly”, he said, “of course I’ll join.”

(  )56.The company would put more money into an employee’s pension fund.

(  )57.The employees could not take the money from his pension fund until their

      retirement.

(  )58.The president gave his employees one week to decide whether to join the

      pension fund or not.

(  )59.Joe Bloggs was called to the president’s office two days before the end of the

      week.

(  )60.Joe agreed to join the pension fund after realizing its importance.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A

 


 

Paper Two

60minutes

卷二总分

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Part IV. Reading Comprehension (Short Answer Questions) (10 points; 15

 minutes)

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Directions: This passage is followed by five questions or incomplete statements. Read the passage carefully. Then answer the questions or complete the statements in the fewest possible words. Write your answers on Paper Two.

Questions 61 to 65 are based on the following passage. 

Imagine a classroom missing the one thing that has long been considered a necessary part to reading and writing: paper. No notebooks, no textbooks, no test paper. And there are no pencils or pens, which, after all, always seem to run out of ink at the critical moment.

A “paperless classroom” is what more and more schools are trying to achieve. Students don’t do any handwriting in this class. Instead, they use palm-sized (手掌大小的), or specially designed computers. The teacher downloads texts from Internet libraries and sends them to every student’s personal computer.

Having computers also means that students can search the Web. They can look up information on any subject they’re studying, from math to social science.

And exams can go online, too. At a school in Tennessee, U.S.A., students take tests on their own computers. The teacher records the grades on the network for everyone to see and then copies them into his or her own electronic grade book.

A paperless classroom is a big step towards reducing the waste of paper. The school teacher, Stephanie Sorrell in Kentucky, U.S.A., said she used to give about 900 pieces of paper each week to the students. “Think about the money and trees we could save with the computers, ”she said.

But, with all this technology, there’s always the risk that the machines will break down. So, in case of a power failure or technical problem, paper textbooks are still widely available for these hi-tech students.

61. Students use____________________________ instead of doing any handwriting

 in a paperless classroom.

62. Texts for a paperless classroom are from____________________________.

63. When an exam goes online, the teacher will easily record the grades on the

   network and then copy them into his or her own _________________________.

64. The last but one paragraph mainly tells us that ________________________can

 be saved by the use of computers.

65. Paper textbooks are used in a paperless classroom if _____________________.

Part V. Writing (30 points: 45 minutes)

Task 1

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DirectionsFor this part, you are required to write a letter of about 80 words to ask for the permission of a 5 days’ leave from your work. Your letter should include the following information:

假使你是陈鹏,要写一封请假信,相关内容如下:

1.写信的目的——请假5天(写明起止日期)

2.请假的理由——家人生病需要你去照顾

3.希望能准假

                                                                              

                                                                              

                                                                               

                                                                              

Task 2.

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Directions: For this part, you are required to write an essay in about 150 words on the importance of sports. Your essay should include the following information:

1.     现在体育运动越来越受到人们的重视和欢迎

2.     参加体育运动的益处:强身健体(improve health)、放松身心(relax oneself)、结交新朋友(make new friends……

3.     你打算如何做

                                                                              

                                                                               

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21-25  BACBD  26-30  AACCB  31-35  CDDAC  36-40  BADAB

41-45  CCDAD  46-50  CCBAD  51-55  BCDCD  56-60  FTTFF

61palm—sizedor specially—designed computers

62Internet libraries

63electronic grade book

64money and trees/paper

65there is a power failure or technical problem Task 1.

 

 

 

 

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