A 卷（问卷） 考试方式：闭卷
I. 单项选择。(1’ ×15=15’) 1. The factory ___________ his brother works lies in the south of the city. A. that the enemy. A. for; for B. for; against
C. in; with D. of; for D. and most of whom 3. Our English teacher has five brothers and sisters, ______ are very successful in their work. A. most of whom A. that A. which A. in which A. a, that B. where B. on that B. most of who C. in which C. on it C. most of them D. Both B and C D. when C. on which C. the, that B. should arrive D. should be arriving D. that D. the, when 4. Mr. Brain had found a building ________ he could start his school. 5. Mr. Black would never forget the day ______ he joined the army. 6. He helped his father on the small farm ________ they lived. B. with which B. a, when 7. There was ______ time ________ I hated to go to school. 8. Mr. White ________ at 8:30 for the meeting, but he didn’t show up. A. should have arrived C. should have had arrived A. first time C. the first time A. to A. quality A. in a fact A. he was able to C. could he be able to A. lose his heart A. reward B. award B. down B. which C. on which D. where 2. The brave soldiers made up their minds to die ________ their country in the fight ________
9. I thought her nice and honest ________ I met her. B. for the first time D. by the first time C. up D. over C. quantity D. quantities D. in a matter of fact
10. I have much trouble in working out the problem. Who can I turn _______ ? 11. The goods are of good _____. B. qualities B. as a fact 12. The boy looks stupid, but _______ he is smart. C. as a matter of fact 13. Only when the war was over ______ return home. B. was he able to D. would he be able B. lose his hearts C. prize C. lose heart D. medal D. lose hearts
14. Though he failed in the exam this time, he did not _____. 15. The police offered a _______ for any information about the robbery（抢劫）.
II. 完形填空。(1’ ×15=15’） There was a woman in Detroit, who had two sons. She was worried 1 them, especially the younger one, Ben, 2 he was not going well in school. Boys in his class 3 fun of him because he seemed so 4 . The mother 5 that she would, herself, have to get her sons to do better in school. She 6 them to go to the Detroit Public Library to read a 7 a week and do a report about it for her. One day, in Ben’s class, the teacher held up a rock and asked if anyone knew it. Ben 8 up his had and the teacher let him speak. “Why did Ben raise his hand?” they wondered. He 9 said anything, what would he possibly want to say? Well, Ben not only 10 the rock, he said a lot about it. He named other rocks in its group and even knew where the teacher had found it. The teacher and the students were 11 . Ben had learned all this from doing one of his book 12 . Ben later went on to the top of his class. When he finished high school, he went to Yale University 13 at last became one of the best doctors in the United States. After Ben had grown up, he learnt something about his mother that he did not know as a 14 . She, herself, had never learned how to 15 . 1. A. about B. on C. with D. over 2. A. because B. so C. but D. though 3. A. played B. got C. took D. made 4. A. clever B. hard C. slow D. quick 5. A. asked B. decided C. forgot D. heard 6. A. made B. let C. told D. considered 7. A. notice B. message C. book D. question 8. A. looked B. gave C. took D. put 9. A. always B. even C. quickly D. never 10. A. found B. played C. knew D. threw 11. A. afraid B. surprised C. worried D. unhappy 12. A. pictures B. exercises C. shops D. reports 13. A. so B. and C. or D. however 14. A. doctor B. child C. student D. teacher 15. A. read B. work C. teach D. show III. 阅读理解。(1.5’×20=30’) 1 Rebecca Stevens was the first British woman to climb Mount Everest (珠穆朗玛峰). Before she went up the highest mountain in the world, she was a journalist (记者) and lived in a small flat (公寓) in South London. In 1993, Rebecca left her job and her family and traveled to Asia with some other climbers. She found that life on Everest in hard, “You can’t carry everything on your back,” she said, “you can only take things that you will need. You can’t wash on the mountain, and in the end I didn’t even take a toothbrush. There is no water but snow.” When Rebecca reached the top of Mount Everest on May 17, 1993, it was the best moment of her life. Suddenly she became famous. Now she has written a book about the trip and people often ask her to talk about it. She has a
new job too, on a science program on television. Rebecca is well-known today and she has more money than before, but she still lives in the little flat in South London among her pictures and books about mountains! 1. How did the scientists do the test? A. With very rich breakfast. B. With different kinds of food or sometimes none. C. Without no breakfast at all. 2. What does the result show? A. Breakfast has little to do with a person’s work. B. Girl students should have little for breakfast. C. Breakfast has great effects on work and study. 3. Can it help lose weight if you have no breakfast? A. No, it can’t. B. It is hard to say. C. Yes, it can. 4. What does the word “reduce” mean in the last sentence? A. Increase. B. Give up. C. Cut down. 5. Which of the following is NOT true? A. If you do not eat much for lunch and supper, you may lose weight. B. It is bad for your health to have no breakfast. C. The more breakfast you have, the more quickly you will learn in class. 2 “How are you?” is a nice question. It’s a friendly way that people in the United States greet each other. But “How are you?” is also a very unusual question. It’s a question that often doesn’t have an answer. The person who asks “How are you?” hopes to hear the answer “Fine”, even if the person’s friend isn’t fine. The reason is that “How are you?” isn’t really a question and “Fine” isn’t really an answer. They are simply other ways of saying “Hello” or “Hi”. Sometimes, people don’t say what they mean either. For example, when someone asks “Do you agree?” the other person might be thinking, “No, I disagree, I think you are wrong …” But it isn’t very polite to disagree so strongly, so the other person might say “I’m not sure.” It’s a nicer way to say that you don’t agree with someone. People also don’t say exactly what they are thinking when they finish talking with other people. For example, many talks over the phone finish when one person says “I’ve to go now.” Often, the person who wants to stop gives an excuse: “Someone’s at the door.” “Something is burning on the stove.” The excuses might be real, or it might not. Perhaps the person who wants to hang up simply doesn’t want to talk any more, but it isn’t polite to say that. The excuse is more polite, and it doesn’t hurt the other person. Whether they are greeting each other, talking about an idea, or finishing a talk, people often don’t say exactly what they are thinking. It’s an important way that people try to be nice to each other, and it’s all part of the game of language. 6. When a person in the United States asks “How are you?” he or she wants to hear “______” A. How are you? B. Hello. C. I don’t know. D. Very well, thank you. 7. If you have different opinions from someone, it is polite to say “________”. A. You’re wrong B. I’m not so sure if you are right C. What do you mean D. No, I don’t agree with you
8. Which of the following is a polite way to finish a talk? A. I have no time to talk with you now. B. I want to stop. C. I have to go now. D. I don’t want to talk any more. 9. According to the passage, when a person says “Something is burning on the stove.”, it means that _______. A. he is giving an excuse B. he is hurting someone’s feelings C. he is talking to a person at the door D. he is going to another place 10. One of the rules of the game of language is probably ________. A. “Always say what you mean” B. “Don’t disagree with people” C. “Usually say exactly what you are thinking” D. “Be polite” 3 The kings of ancient Egypt planned strong tombs (坟墓) to keep their bodies safe after death and to hold their treasures(财宝). The Great Pyramid was build thousands of years ago for a king called Khufu. It stands on the west bank of Nile River not far from Cairo (开罗). In fact, all the pyramids along the Nile are on its west bank. The ancient Egyptians compared the rising of the sun to the beginning of life and the setting of the sun to the end of life. This is why the kings’ dead bodies were buried (埋葬) on the west bank of the Nile. The people of Mexico also built pyramids. They did not build the pyramids for tombs. They used to build a pyramid and then a temple on top of it. The pyramids of Mexico are not as high as those the Egypt, but they are bigger. Each of the pyramids has a wide stairway (阶梯) that goes from the bottom to the top. More pyramids were built in the Americas than in Egypt. About 90 pyramids are known to have stood in Egypt, while several hundred small pyramids are scattered pyramid in Mexico is almost 2,000 years old. Scientists think it tool 10,000 men more than ten years to build it. On the top they built a temple of the sun. The temple is no longer there but people still call it the Pyramids of the Sun. Near it is another huge pyramid, the Pyramid of the Moon. 11. In ancient Egypt pyramids were build ______. A. for visitors to see B. for kings to live in C. as the kings’ tombs D. for king Khufu 12. All the pyramids along the Nile are on its west bank, because in ancient Egypt people thought __. A. they died in the west B. the sun sets in the west C. the end of their lives was like the setting of the sun D. they would go to the west after death 13. The pyramids in ancient Mexico were built ____. A. for the kings B. for the people C. for wars D. for the gods 14. How many world- famous pyramids are mentioned in the passage? A. Two B. Three C. Four D. Five 15. The passage mainly tells us ___. A. about the pyramids in Egypt, in Mexico and in the Americas B. the differences of the pyramids between Egypt and Mexico C. the similarities of ancient pyramids in the world D. the history of modern pyramids
4 From early times, man has been interested in art. People have often worked together to collect and save the world’s art treasures. Fine art treasures from many countries are kept in an art museum called the Louvre (卢浮宫) in Paris, France. The works of art have been collected by the people of France over many centuries. It is the biggest are museum in the world. The Louvre has not always been a museum. The first building was a fort (堡垒). In 1190, it was the king’s castle with high walls and a round tower. It had a moat (护城河) to keep out the enemies. Over the years, the number of buildings around the castle grew. By 1350, the castle no longer needed a fort. The Louvre became a palace home for French kings and queens. During time of peace, new treasures were brought in. During the days of war, many treasures were stolen, and the buildings were damaged. When Francis I became king of France in 1515, he brought in many artists from other countries. One of the artists was Leonardo da Vinci from Italy. Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa is the best known painting in the museum today. In 1793, the Louvre became a public museum. It is a place where art treasures are kept for everyone to enjoy. Every year millions of people from all over the world come to the Louvre to see the masterpieces. 16. How long has the Louvre been a museum? A. For over 800 years. B. Since 1350. C. Since 1515. D. For over 200 years. 17. Most of works of art in the Louvre have been collected probably by _______. A. the French people B. Francis I C. Leonardo da Vinci D. people of the world 18. Which of the following in NOT mentioned in the passage? A. Da Vinci once stayed in France. B. Mona Lisa is kept in the Louvre. C. The Louvre was once a church as well as a palace. D. The Louvre is a place of interest to different people from all over the world. 19. Why is it good for the works of art ot be kept in public museums? A. Works of art will not be stolen. B. Works of art will not be damaged. C. Artists can study the works of art. D. Everyone has a chance to enjoy the works of art. 20. According to the passage, which of the following statements in TRUE? A. Louvre is always a museum since it was built. B. All the art treasures in the Louvre have been destroyed in the war. C. Louvre was once the king’s castle in history. D. There is still a fort near the Louvre now.
IV. 补全句子。(0.5’×10=5’) 1. Though he is retired, he is still a__________ in his work. 2. Elias cold not continue to pay the school f________. 3. Man and woman are born e_________.
4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.
It is generally believed that too much v_______ shown on TV greatly influenced teenagers. The company was f______________ in 1996. We had a p________ afternoon without the children. The hotel guests tried their best to e_________ from the burning building. Bears won’t a__________ you if you pretend to be dead. He opened a law office to help people on their l_________ problems. A s__________ person always thinks about himself.
V. 选词填空。(1’ ×10=10’) out of work fight against 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. VI. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. worry about come to power vote for as a matter of fact blow up put in prison turn to be grateful for in return
Nobody seems to understand it; I don’t know who to ______________. You have helped me so much. I am really ___________ it. I wasn’t angry at his words. _____________, I thought them quite reasonable. Rebels（叛乱分子）tried to __________ the bridge and were stopped by the police in time. The people who are _________ will have to make a living in another way. We should _________ pollution. The economy in China has developed quickly since the new government ________________. 20 people ___________ the plan. John __________ his study because he has been ill for a week. He ________________ because of stealing . 句型转换。(3’ ×5=15’) He realized that he was wrong only then.（改成倒装句） After he left school, he worked in his father’ company.（改成分词短语作状语） The pen was broken. He wrote with the pen.（改成介词+关系代词的定语从句） The age is six. Children go to school at this age. （改成介词+关系代词的定语从句） The reason was his car broke down. He was late for work for this reason. （改成关系副词的 定语从句）
VII. 写作。(10’) 情景：你们戏剧小组（drama group）要举行会议来讨论“英语之夜”出演的戏剧（play）. 任务：请你就此用电子邮件给王教授写一封 50 词左右的邀请信，内容包括： ● 会议的主要内容 ● 会议的时间地点 ● 邀请王教授参加会议
A 卷（答卷） 考试方式：闭卷 适用班级：2011 级商务英语专业
Class: ________ Name: ___________ No.: _______ Marks: _________
I. 单项选择。(1’ ×15=15’) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
II. 完形填空。(1’ ×15=15’） 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
III. 阅读理解。(1.5’×20=30’) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
IV. 补全句子。(0.5’×10=5’) 1. _________________ 4. _________________ 7. _________________ 10. ________________ 2. _________________ 5. _________________ 8. _________________ 3. _________________ 6. _________________ 9. _________________
V. 选词填空。(1’ ×10=10’) 1. _________________ 4. _________________ 7. _________________ 10. ________________ 2. _________________ 5. _________________ 8. _________________ 3. _________________ 6. _________________ 9. _________________
VI. 句型转换。(3’ ×5=15’) 1. He realized that he was wrong only then.（改成倒装句） _________________________________________________________________________ 2. After he left school, he worked in his father’ company.（改成分词短语作状语） _________________________________________________________________________ 3. The pen was broken. He wrote with the pen.（改成介词+关系代词的定语从句） _________________________________________________________________________ 4. The age is six. Children go to school at this age. （改成介词+关系代词的定语从句） _________________________________________________________________________ 5. The reason was his car broke down. He was late for work for this reason. （改成关系副词的 定语从句） _________________________________________________________________________ VII. 写作。(10’) Dear Prof. Wang, _______________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ Yours, Zhang Li