华南师大成人高等教育15级本科15学年第一学期

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华南师大成人高等教育15级本科15学年第一学期

《大学英语》课程测试题

Part I Dialogue Completion(15 points)

1. Client: Hello, May I speak to Mr. Smith?

Secretary: _____

A Hello. Thanks for calling.

B Speaking, please.

C Hello. Who're you, please?

D I'm sorry. He's at a meeting now.

2. Roommate A: I wish you wouldn't have your radio so loud.

Roommate B: ______

A I'm afraid so

B It's none of your business

C Sorry! Is it disturbing you?

D Really? It's not my fault.

3. Mary: We're having a few people for a dinner Friday. We'd love to have you.

Tom:____

A Oh, I'd love to. But I'm afraid.

B Oh, really! What time should I come?

C No, I have to prepare for the exam.

D Yes, though I have to take the exam.

4. Son: I'm terribly sorry. Mom. I've broken an Italian vase.

Mom:_____

A Oh, what a shame!

B Oh, dear, how awful it is!

C Oh, that doesn't matter.

D Oh, I'm so sorry about that.

5. Jane :Hello.

Danny: Hi, Jane. Is John there, please?

Jane:_______

A. No. He's not here at the moment.

B No. He's away. Call bace later.

C Sorry. I don't know where he is

D Sorry. He's not here right now. Any message?

6. Teacher: You're late again!

Student: Sorry,____.

A I won't do that anymore.

B but it's my own business

C I'm afraid I've overslept

D but I need more sleep

7. Guest: Oh, it's ten o'clock. I must be leaving now.

Host:______

A It's OK. Please walk slowly

B Why do you want to go now?

C Yeah, it's really late. Do as you like.

D Won't you stay for another cup of tea?

8. Cathy: Do you mind opening the door for me?

Robert: _____

A Yes, I'll do it

B It's nothing

C That's all right

D Not at all.

9. Katherine: Haven't seen you for ages, Linda! How are you getting on?

Linda: Quite well. And you?

Katherine: Pretty good. How's your husband?

Linda: Oh, we've got divorced.

Katherine:______

A Oh, I'm so sorry to hear that.

B What a shame!

C It's really a problem

D Hope you'll get better.

10.Customes officer: Could I have you name, please?

Passenger:\

Customers officer:\

Passenger:\

A How do you spell your last name.

B What's your last name,please.

C How to pronounce your last name.

D How could speak your last name.

11. Stranger: ____. Do you know where the nearest bank is, please?

Resident: Sure. It's on King Street, between Sixth and Seventh Avenue.

Stranger: Thank you.

A Help me

B Forgive me

C Excuse me

D Trouble you

12. Mary: Peter, would you like to go to a party this Sunday?

Peter:_____. What kind of party you mean?

Mary: It's a birthday party.

A Sounds good

B Looks nice

C Seems all right

D Feels great

13. Lucinda: Can you come and have dinner with us?

Jonathan: Sounds good. What shall I come?

Lucinda: At eight.______

A We’ll be seeing you B We wait for you

B We wait until you come D We’ll be expecting you

14. A Stranger: ____. Can you tell me where the Big Hen Supermarket is?

ser-by: Got me, boy. I’m a stranger here myself.

A Stranger: Well, thank you anyway.

A I’m sorry B Excuse me

C Never mind D Glad to meet you

15. Student A: How is everything with Mary?

Student B: She had an accident in her new car and she’s still in hospital.

Student A: _____

A That’s great! B That’s too bad.

C That sounds nice D That’s OK.

Part II Reading Comprehension (40 points)

Passage one

Michael Phelps has already been considered by some as the greatest all-around competitor in the history of his sport. At the 2004 U.S. Trials, Phelps qualified for Athens in six individual events across every possible stroke. He finally earned five titles of Olympic champion. Should Phelps match Mark Spitz's record in Athens or Beijing in 2008, he will earn a $1 million bonus from his sponsor. Michael Phelps was born on June30, 1985. His father was a good athlete, and passed his ability on to his kids.

Michael's coach told Michael's mother that her son was a rare talent. Long-limited with big hands and feet, he took to instruction very well, loved to work hard and never seemed nervous in competition. By all accounts, his frame is perfect for a swimmer. His big hands and feet are like paddles(浆) in the water. The butterfly is his signature stroke, but he's shown the ability to dominate in any event.

In 1999, Michael broke a record in the 200-meter butterfly for the 20-year-old age group at the Junior Nationals. At 15, Michael became the youngest swimmer to compete Sydney. Olympics for the U.S in 68 years. In an astonishing performance, he medaled six times and set five world records. Michael won the 200-meter butterfly with a new world mark, and also turned in record times in the 100-meter butterfly and 200-meter individual medley(混合泳)—— doing so on the same day, which was a first in swimming history.

Outside of his swimming career, Michael was a normal teenage. He didn't like getting out of the bed in the morning; but refused to slow down once his day began. Michael had his sights set on more than Olympic glory. He wants to transform his sport the way other great athletes like Michael Jordan and Tiger Woods have.

16. Which of the following is the biggest achievement of Michael Phelps far?

A An all-around competitor in the history of swimming.

B Breaking of a record in the 200-meter butterfly

C Six individual events across every possible stroke.

D Five titles of Olympic champion.

17. From Paragraph 1 it can be inferred that the passage was written ____

A right in 2005

B at a time between 2004 and 2005

C just before Athens 2004

D immediately after Athens 2004

18. Michael Phelps turned to be the youngest American swimmer _____

A in 1999, when he broke a record in the 200-meter butterfly

B in 2004, when he attended Athens 2004

C in 2000, when he attended Sydney Olympics

D in an astonishing performance at home in the U.S

19. _____ hating to get out of his bed in the morning. Michael Phelps wouldn't slow down once his day began.

A As

B Though

C Once

D Despite of

20. The last sentence of the passage tells us that Michael Phelps is so ambitious as to ____

A win many more gold medals for the U.S.

B remake history of his sport like M.Jordan and T.Woods.

C become the greatest world record breaker in sport history

D be by far the greatest sportsman with Olympic glory.

Passage two

I needed to get some money so, after Christmas, I took a job in the clothes department at Graham’s for the first fortnight of the January sale. I can't say that I enjoyed it, but it was an experience I'll never forget.

I could never understand why there were so many things in the sales; where did they all come from ? Now I know the secret! Firstly, there is the special winter stock and the stock that people buy all the year round; some of these things are slightly reduced. Secondly, there are the summer clothes they couldn't sell last year; these are heavily reduced to clear them. Thirdly, there are cheap clothes bought in specially for the sales; these are put out at high prices ten days before the sale begins and then are reduced by 60% in the sale. Clever! Lastly, they buy in \

When the big moment arrived to open the doors, the security guards, looking less confident than usual, came up to them, keys in hand. The moment they had unlocked the doors, they hid behind the doors for protection as the noisy crowd changed in. It was a battlefield. I couldn't keep her feet and was knocked over by people pushing from behind.

Clothes were flying in all directions as people searched for the sizes, colors and styles they wanted, Quarrels broke out. Mother were using their small children to crawl through people's legs and get hold of things they couldn't get near themselves.

Within minutes I had half a dozen people pushing clothes under my nose, each wanting to be the first served. Where had the famous English queue gone? The whole day continued like that, but I kept my temper! I was taking money hand over fist and began to realize why, twice a year , Graham's were happy to turn their expensive store into a battlefield like this.

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华南师大成人高等教育 15 级本科 15 学年第一学期 《大学英语》课程测试题

Part I Dialogue Completion(15 points) 1. Client: Hello, May I speak to Mr. Smith? Secretary: _____ A Hello. Thanks for calling. B Speaking, please. C Hello. Who're you, please? D I'm sorry. He's at a meeting now. 2. Roommate A: I wish you wouldn't have your radio so loud. Roommate B: ______ A I'm afraid so B It's none of your business C Sorry! Is it disturbing you? D Really? It's not my fault. 3. Mary: We're having a few people for a dinner Friday. We'd love to have you. Tom:____ A Oh, I'd love to. But I'm afraid. B Oh, really! What time should I come? C No, I have to prepare for the exam. D Yes, though I have to take the exam. 4. Son: I'm terribly sorry. Mom. I've broken an Italian vase. Mom:_____ A Oh, what a shame! B Oh, dear, how awful it is! C Oh, that doesn't matter. D Oh, I'm so sorry about that. 5. Jane :Hello. Danny: Hi, Jane. Is John there, please? Jane:_______ A. No. He's not here at the moment. B No. He's away. Call bace later. C Sorry. I don't know where he is D Sorry. He's not here right now. Any message? 6. Teacher: You're late again! Student: Sorry,____. A I won't do that anymore. B but it's my own business C I'm afraid I've overslept D but I need more sleep 7. Guest: Oh, it's ten o'clock. I must be leaving now. Host:______

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A It's OK. Please walk slowly B Why do you want to go now? C Yeah, it's really late. Do as you like. D Won't you stay for another cup of tea? 8. Cathy: Do you mind opening the door for me? Robert: _____ A Yes, I'll do it B It's nothing C That's all right D Not at all. 9. Katherine: Haven't seen you for ages, Linda! How are you getting on? Linda: Quite well. And you? Katherine: Pretty good. How's your husband? Linda: Oh, we've got divorced. Katherine:______ A Oh, I'm so sorry to hear that. B What a shame! C It's really a problem D Hope you'll get better. 10.Customes officer: Could I have you name, please? Passenger:" It's Panie, Sarah Paine. Customers officer:"______ ?" Passenger:" It's P-A-I-N-E. A How do you spell your last name. B What's your last name,please. C How to pronounce your last name. D How could speak your last name. 11. Stranger: ____. Do you know where the nearest bank is, please? Resident: Sure. It's on King Street, between Sixth and Seventh Avenue. Stranger: Thank you. A Help me B Forgive me C Excuse me D Trouble you 12. Mary: Peter, would you like to go to a party this Sunday? Peter:_____. What kind of party you mean? Mary: It's a birthday party. A Sounds good B Looks nice C Seems all right D Feels great 13. Lucinda: Can you come and have dinner with us? Jonathan: Sounds good. What shall I come? Lucinda: At eight.______

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A We’ll be seeing you B We wait for you B We wait until you come D We’ll be expecting you 14. A Stranger: ____. Can you tell me where the Big Hen Supermarket is? A Passer-by: Got me, boy. I’m a stranger here myself. A Stranger: Well, thank you anyway. A I’m sorry B Excuse me C Never mind D Glad to meet you 15. Student A: How is everything with Mary? Student B: She had an accident in her new car and she’s still in hospital. Student A: _____ A That’s great! B That’s too bad. C That sounds nice D That’s OK. Part II Reading Comprehension (40 points) Passage one Michael Phelps has already been considered by some as the greatest all-around competitor in the history of his sport. At the 2004 U.S. Trials, Phelps qualified for Athens in six individual events across every possible stroke. He finally earned five titles of Olympic champion. Should Phelps match Mark Spitz's record in Athens or Beijing in 2008, he will earn a $1 million bonus from his sponsor. Michael Phelps was born on June30, 1985. His father was a good athlete, and passed his ability on to his kids. Michael's coach told Michael's mother that her son was a rare talent. Long-limited with big hands and feet, he took to instruction very well, loved to work hard and never seemed nervous in competition. By all accounts, his frame is perfect for a swimmer. His big hands and feet are like paddles(浆) in the water. The butterfly is his signature stroke, but he's shown the ability to dominate in any event. In 1999, Michael broke a record in the 200-meter butterfly for the 20-year-old age group at the Junior Nationals. At 15, Michael became the youngest swimmer to compete Sydney. Olympics for the U.S in 68 years. In an astonishing performance, he medaled six times and set five world records. Michael won the 200-meter butterfly with a new world mark, and also turned in record times in the 100-meter butterfly and 200-meter individual medley(混合泳)—— doing so on the same day, which was a first in swimming history. Outside of his swimming career, Michael was a normal teenage. He didn't like getting out of the bed in the morning; but refused to slow down once his day began. Michael had his sights set on more than Olympic glory. He wants to transform his sport the way other great athletes like Michael Jordan and Tiger Woods have. 16. Which of the following is the biggest achievement of Michael Phelps far? A An all-around competitor in the history of swimming. B Breaking of a record in the 200-meter butterfly C Six individual events across every possible stroke. D Five titles of Olympic champion. 17. From Paragraph 1 it can be inferred that the passage was written ____ A right in 2005 B at a time between 2004 and 2005 C just before Athens 2004

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D

immediately after Athens 2004

18. Michael Phelps turned to be the youngest American swimmer _____ A in 1999, when he broke a record in the 200-meter butterfly B in 2004, when he attended Athens 2004 C in 2000, when he attended Sydney Olympics D in an astonishing performance at home in the U.S 19. _____ hating to get out of his bed in the morning. Michael Phelps wouldn't slow down once his day began. A As B Though C Once D Despite of 20. The last sentence of the passage tells us that Michael Phelps is so ambitious as to ____ A win many more gold medals for the U.S. B remake history of his sport like M.Jordan and T.Woods. C become the greatest world record breaker in sport history D be by far the greatest sportsman with Olympic glory. Passage two I needed to get some money so, after Christmas, I took a job in the clothes department at Graham’s for the first fortnight of the January sale. I can't say that I enjoyed it, but it was an experience I'll never forget. I could never understand why there were so many things in the sales; where did they all come from ? Now I know the secret! Firstly, there is the special winter stock and the stock that people buy all the year round; some of these things are slightly reduced. Secondly, there are the summer clothes they couldn't sell last year; these are heavily reduced to clear them. Thirdly, there are cheap clothes bought in specially for the sales; these are put out at high prices ten days before the sale begins and then are reduced by 60% in the sale. Clever! Lastly, they buy in "second" and they are sold very cheaply. When I arrived half an hour before opening on the first day of the sale, there was already a queue around three sides of the building. This made me very nervous. When the big moment arrived to open the doors, the security guards, looking less confident than usual, came up to them, keys in hand. The moment they had unlocked the doors, they hid behind the doors for protection as the noisy crowd changed in. It was a battlefield. I couldn't keep her feet and was knocked over by people pushing from behind. Clothes were flying in all directions as people searched for the sizes, colors and styles they wanted, Quarrels broke out. Mother were using their small children to crawl through people's legs and get hold of things they couldn't get near themselves. Within minutes I had half a dozen people pushing clothes under my nose, each wanting to be the first served. Where had the famous English queue gone? The whole day continued like that, but I kept my temper! I was taking money hand over fist and began to realize why, twice a year , Graham's were happy to turn their expensive store into a battlefield like this. In the sale fever, people were spending money like water without thinking whether they needed what they were buying. As long as it was a bargain it was OK.

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You won't believe this but as soon as I got home I crashed out for four hours. Then I had dinner and went back to bed, fearing the sound of the alarm, which would tell me to get ready for the second day of the sale. 21.What kind of clothes is likely to be sold 5% cheaper? A Last summer's clothes. B Clothes not in perfect condition. C Clothes bought in specially for the sales D Clothes for winter 22. Which of the following statement is true? A the customers gave up the queuing, for which the English are famous. B The customers kept their temper whlie looking for clothes they wanted. C Small children enjoyed crawling through peoples legs. D The security guards were fearless of the crowd. 23. In the author's opinion, why were Graham's happy to make their expensive store into a "battlefield" A There were too many clothes and they wanted to clear them in the sales. B They were eager to show that they were clever at doing business. C They could take the chance to raise the prices of all their clothes. D They wanted to make more money by having sales. 24. The expression "crashed out" means ____ A chatted with her friends B slept soundly C broke down D dined out 25 What would be the best title for the passage? A The Best Bargain B Hunting for a job C Sale Fever D A Pleasant Fortnight. Passage Three 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 President Lincoln at the time. He was not at all popular. He had been invited to speak at Gettysburg only out of courtesy. 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 commented sadly, “That speech was a flat failure, and the people are disappointed.” Some newspaper at first criticized the speech. But little by little, as people read the speech,

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they began to understand better. They began to appreciate its simplicity and its deep meaning. It was a speech which only Abraham Lincoln could have made. Today, every American school child learns Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address by heart. Now everyone thinks of it as one of the greatest orations ever given in American history. 26. In 1863, Abraham Lincoln was _______. a. very critical b. unpopular c. very popular d. very courteous 27. Lincoln was invited to speak at the National Soldiers Cemetery because he was_______. a. a famous orator b. very handsome c. President of the United States at the time d. a popular statesman 28. In 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 oratory d. Lincoln’s speech was very long 29. Lincoln’s speech was _______. a. an immediate success b. warmly applauded c. a total failure d. not well-received at first 30. Which of the following statements is NOT true? 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 every delivered in the United States. Passage Four As contrasts go, there are few other pairs of culture as distinct from each other as the Japanese and Americans. Japan’s many centuries of history and especially its Buddhist heritage have given the Japanese an attitude of repose——the best course is to let it be: When the time is ripe, things will work out by themselves. America, on the other hand, is just a few centuries old and displays an almost volcanic liveliness and restlessness. For the Japanese, social harmony has a prior claim in every circumstance; for the Americans, harmony is the result of the rational interaction of free and fair-minded people. One does not lightly move from traditions in Japan, many of which are centuries old; in the United States, the habits and attitudes of even one’s parent’s generation are suspect. Every culture, through its legal and institutional arrangements, mirrors the society’s resolution of some basic human problems. These can provide a useful framework for the analysis of cultural differences. Organizations also face the same problems and usually take their cue from the prevailing culture in designing solutions to their problems. This suggests that the perspective

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provided by viewing culture through the framework of this problem will be useful for organizational analysis as well. The following sections present a discussion of such a framework in the context of the contrast between Japan and the United Stares. Before this is presented, however, we must alert the reader that the differences are stated here as being sharper than they may be in reality. On each of the aspects discussed later, there is naturally considerable variation within each culture, because examples demonstrating the cultural reality opposite to the one described in this book can be found easily. Thus, the following discussion should be viewed in the way it is presented, as generalizations and tendencies rather than as absolutes. 31. Cultural differences between the Japanese and the Americans are the ___ A most obvious B slightest C same D less suitable 32. Those who are likely to doubt their parents’ values and ways of doing things are probably ____ A the Japanese B the Americans C both the Japanese and the Americans D neither the Japanese nor the Americans 33. How many types of cultural differences are mentioned in the first paragraph? A Six B Five C Four D Two 34. The phrase ”alert the reader”(Line 1, paragraph 3) means __ A remind the reader B teach the reader C trust the reader D deceive the reader 35. The passage is probably the ____ A main part of a research proposal B opening remark of a lecture C conclusion of a thesis D introduction to a book Part III Vocabulary and Structure (20 points) 36. The suggestion that colleges ____ administrated by professors was approved by the board. A ) is B) are C ) be D )were 37. Success in life is not ___ you make. A) what money B) How many money C) how much money D) what amount of money 38. Thirty minutes ___ all that the students can use to write the short passage in about 120 words in the test. A) are B) is C) were D) was 39. In the formal debate, the same number of members speak for each team, and both teams are granted an equal amount of time _____ A) during which to make their arguments B) in which they make their arguments

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C) at which their arguments are made D) in which to make their arguments 40. In terms of artistic value, it is hard to say that one country’s art form is greater than ___. A) that of another B) another one C) one of another D) one another 41. It is high time we ____ something to stop air pollution. A) do B) did C) will do D) are doing 42. ___ much you may dislike it, junk mail comes to most of you anyway. A ) Whatever B) Whichever C ) However D) Whenever 43. Neither of the employees nor the boss ___ satisfied with the profits. A) were B) was C) be D) been 44. It almost seemed as if the good man ____ trying to teach us all he knew at this last lesson. A) were B) be C) would be D) will be 45. If you have told us earlier ___, we could have introduced him around. A) whom he was B) who he was C) who was he D) whoever was he 46. Without air, there ___ no wind or rain. A) will be B) would be C) is D) are 47. In this research institute more and more employees are willing to do ___ they are required of. A) what B) which C) that D) whether 48. He said he wished to ___ in the army during the last three years. A) serve B) be serving C) have been serving D) be served 49 . _____, we made a plan for the future study. A) Summarized our present work B) Summarizing our present work C) Having summarized our present work D) Being summarized our present work 50. If workers had been paid decent wages, profits _____ so great. A ) would be B) were not to be C) wouldn’t have been D) would have been

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51. The report ____, the secretary submitted it to the committee. A) having been prepared B) had been preparing C) prepared D) had prepared 52. John suggested ___ anything about it until they found out more facts A) not to say B) not say C)not say out D) not saying 53. The lady was made ____ on the floor waiting for ten minutes before attended to. A ) to stand B ) stand C) standing D) stood 54. Rather than ___ quietly by the fireside, he’d prefer to take a long walk in the countryside on Sundays however cold it might be. A) sit B) to sit C) sitting D) sat 55.. The doctor ____ me to the danger of not getting enough rest while working overtime.. A) alerted B) reminded C) led D) persuaded Part IV Cloze (10 points) From childhood to old age, we all use language as a means of broadening our knowledge of ourselves and the world about us. When humans first __56___, they were like newborn children, unable use this _57___ tool. Yet once language developed, the possibilities for human knie, a future _58__ and cultural growth increased. Many linguists believe that evolution is __59___ for our ability to produce and use language. They claim that our highly evolved brain provides us with an innate(天生的) language is inborn, but that language itself develops gradually, as a function of the growth of the brain during childhood. Therefore there are critical _60__ times for language development. Current ___61___ of innateness theory are mixed; however, evidence supporting the existence of some innate abilities is undeniable, _62___ , more and more schools are discovering that foreign languages are best taught in __63___ grades. Young children often can learn several languages by being exposed to them, while adults have a much harder time learning another language once the__64___ of their first language have become __65____ fixed. 56. A . generated B. evolved C. born D. originated 57. A. valuable B. appropriate C. convenitent D. favorite 58. A. attainments B. feasibility C. entrainments D evolution 59. A essential B available C reliable D responsible 60. A organizations B organisms C humans D children 61 A potential B performance C preference D passion 62. A ideological B biological C social D psychological 63 A reviews B reference C reaction D recommendation 64. A In a word B In a sense C Indeed D In other words 65. A firm B firmly C form D former

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