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北京2015年成人学士学位英语预测试题及答案(7)

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北京2015年成人学士学位英语预测试题及答案(7),本试卷总分100分,共有6类型题目。

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  • Reading Comprehension
  • Vocabulary and Structure
  • Identification
  • Cloze
  • Translation Section A(英译汉)
  • Translation Section B(汉译英)
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Directions: There are three passages in this part. Each passage is followed by some questions or unfinished statements. For each of them there are four choices marked A, B, C and D.You should decide on the best choice and blacken the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet. Passage 1
Questions  are based on the following passage.
I was only eight years old when the Second World War ended, but I can still remember something about the victory celebrations in the small town where I liveD.(76) We had not suffered much from the war there, though like most children of my age, I was used to seeing bombed houses in the streets and the enormous army lorries passing through. But both at home and at school I had become accustomed to the phrases "before the war" and "when the war's over.  Before the war," apparently, things had been better, though I was too young to understand why, except there had been no bombs then, and people had eaten things like ice cream and bananas, which I had only heard of. When the war was over, we would go back to London, but this meant very little to me. I did not remember what London was like.
What I remember now about VE Day was the afternoon and the evening. It was a fine May day. I remember coming home at about five o'clock. My father and mother came in about an hour later. After dinner I said I wanted to see the bonfire ( 篝火), so when it got dark my father took me to the end of the street. The bonfire was very high, and some people had collected some old clothes to dress the unmistakable figure with the moustache (小胡子 ) they had put on top of it. Just as we arrived, they set light to it. The flames rose and soon covered the "guy." Everyone was cheering and shouting, and an old woman came out of her house with two chairs and threw them on the fire to keep the fire going.
I stood beside my father until the fire started to go down, not knowing what to say. He said nothing either. He had fought in the First World War and may have been remembering the end of that. At last he said, "Well, that's it, son. Let's hope that this time it really will be the last one."

Where did the narrator live before the Second World War ?                                    查看材料

  • A.In a small city
  • B.In London
  • C.In Europe
  • D.In the countryside
2
What kind of food had the narrator certainly not tasted during the war ? 查看材料
  • A.Bread.
  • B.Butter.
  • C.Ice cream.
  • D.Bones.
3
The unmistakable figure with the moustache most probably represents __________ 查看材料
  • A.someone who died in the First World War
  • B.someone who had won the war
  • C.an imaginary figure
  • D.the most hated person in the war——Hitler
4
The narrator‘s father 查看材料
  • A.had fought in the Second World War
  • B.may have suffered much during the previous war
  • C.helped build a bonfire on VE Day
  • D.added something to the fire to keep it going too
5
By saying "Let‘s hope that this time it really will be the last one", the father meant that 查看材料
  • A.he hoped there would be no more wars in the world
  • B.he wished the Second World War had not happened
  • C.he hoped people would build more bonfires
  • D.he wished people would learn many lessons from the war
6

Directions: There are  three passages in this part.Each passage is followed by somequestions or  unfinished statements. For each of them there are four choices marked A, B,  Cand D.You should decide on the best choice and blacken the corresponding  letter on the AnswerSheet.
passage1
Questions  are  based on the following passage.
What exactly is a lie?  Is it anything we say which we know is untrue? Or is it somethingmore than  that? For example, suppose a friend wants to borrow some money from you. You  say“I wish I could help you but I'm short of money myself.”n fact, you are not  short of moneybut your friend is in the habit of not paying his debt and you  don't want to hurt his feelings byreminding him of this. Is this really a lie ?
Professor Jerald  Jellison of the Universityof Southern California has made a scientific studyon  lying. (76) According to him, women are better liars thana men,  particularly when telling a“white lie,”such as when a woman at a party tells  another woman that she likes her dress when she really thinks it looks awful.  However, this is only one side of the story. Other researchers say that men are  more likely to tell more serious lies, such as making a promise which they have  no intention of fulfilling. This is the kind of lie politicians and businessmen  are supposed to beparticularly skilled at:   the lie from which the liar hopes to pofit or gain in some way.
Research has also been  done into the way people's behavior. changes in a number of small,apparently  unimportant ways when they lie. It has been found that if they are sitting down  atthe time, they tend to move about in their chairs more than usual. To the  trained observer they are saying, “I wish I were somewhere else now.” They  also, tend to touch certain parts of theface more often, in particular the  nose. One explanation of this may be that lying causes a slightincrease in  blood pressure. The tip of the nose is very sensitive to such changes and the  increasedpressures make it itch.
Another gesture which  gives liars away is what the writer Desmond Morris in his book
Manwatching calls  "the mouth cover."(77) He says there are several typical forms of  this, such as coveting part of the mouth with the fingers, touching the  upper-lip or putting a finger of the hand at one side of the mouth. Such a  gesture can be understood as an unconscious attempt on the part
of the liar to stop  himself or herself from lying.
Of course, such  gestures as rubbing the nose or covering the mouth, or moving about in a chair  cannot be taken as proof that the speaker is lying. They simply tend to occur  more frequently in this situation. It is not one gesture alone that gives the  liar away but a whole number of things, and in particular the context in which  the lie is told.

According to the  passage, a "white lie" seems to be a lie __________                                    查看材料

  • A.that other people believe
  • B.that other people don"t believe
  • C.told in order to avoid offending someone
  • D.told in order to take advantage of someone
7
Research suggests that women__________ 查看材料
  • A.are better at telling less serious lies than men
  • B.generally lie far more than men do
  • C.lie at parties more often than men do
  • D.often make promises they intend to break
8
Researchers find that when a person tells lies__________ 查看材料
  • A.his blood pressure increases measurably
  • B.he looks very serious
  • C.he tends to make some small changes in his behavior
  • D.he uses his unconscious mind
9
One reason why people sometimes rub their noses when they lie is that__________. 查看材料
  • A.they wish they were somewhere else
  • B.the nose is sensitive to physical changes caused by lying
  • C.they want to cover their mouths
  • D.they are trying to stop themselves from telling lies
10
The tone of this passage tells us that the writer__________ 查看材料
  • A.hates to lie
  • B.enjoys lying
  • C.often tells a lie
  • D.tries to analyze lying
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