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北京2015年成人学士学位英语预测试题及答案(9)

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北京2015年成人学士学位英语预测试题及答案(9),本试卷总分100分,共有6类型题目。

题型:

  • Reading Comprehension
  • Vocabulary and Structure
  • Identification
  • Cloze
  • Translation Section A(英译汉)
  • Translation Section B(汉译英)
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1

Questions are based on the following passage.
For well over 2000 years the world's great religions have taught the virtues of a trusting heart. Now there is another reason to merit the wisdom of the ages: scientific evidence indicates that those with trusting hearts will live longer, healthier lives.
As a result of the work published in the 1970s by two pioneering heart specialists, Meyer Friedman and Ray H. Rosenman,nearly every American is aware that blood Type A people are impatient, and easily moved to hostility (敌意) and anger. (79) Many have come to believe that Type A's are at a much higher risk of suffering heart attack or dying of heart disease than others. The driving force behind hostility is a cynical mistrust of others. If we expect others to
mistreat us, we are seldom disappointed.This generates anger and leads us to respond with hostility.
(80) The most characteristic attitude of a cynic is being suspicious of the motives (动机) of
people he doesn't know. Imagine you are waiting for an elevator and it stops two floors above for longer than usual. How inconsiderate! You think.In a few seconds, you have drawn hostile conclusion about unseen people and their motives.
Meanwhile, your cynical mistrust is leading to noticeable physical consequences. Your voice rises. The rate and depth of your breathing increases. Your heart is beating faster and harder, and the muscles of your arms and legs become tight. You feel "charged up", ready for action. If you frequently experience these feelings, you may be at increased risk of developing serious health problems. Anger can add to the risk of heart and other diseases.

A cynic,in the passage, is a person __________                                    查看材料

  • A.whose behavior. usually leads to serious health problems
  • B.who is always ready to fight
  • C.who usually has doubts about the people around him
  • D.whose behavior. usually seems strange to the people he knows
2
According to the passage, if you have a fixed idea in mind that people will mistreat you,you will always find it__________ 查看材料
  • A.to be wrong
  • B.to be so
  • C.to be disappointing
  • D.to be pleasing
3
The author‘s intention in writing the passage is to__________ 查看材料
  • A.praise the wisdom of the old people
  • B.advise people to be patient
  • C.analyze the danger of heart diseases
  • D.persuade people to be trustful
4
According to the author, people with trusting hearts are __________ 查看材料
  • A.not likely to be mistreated by others
  • B.less likely to get heart diseases
  • C.usually intelligent and wise
  • D.usually very religious
5
The book by Meyer Friedman and Ray H. Rosenman most probably discusses__________ 查看材料
  • A.people"s characters and their blood types
  • B.friendliness and hostility
  • C.trust and mistrust of people
  • D.heart diseases and death rate
6

Questions  are based on the  following passage.
When we accept the evidence of our unaided  eyes and describe the Sun as a yellow star, we have summed up the most important single  fact about it--at this moment in time. It appears probable, however, that sunlight will be  the color we know for only a negligibly (微不足道的) small part of the Sun's history.
Stars, like individuals, age and change. As  we look out into space, we see around us stars at all stages of evolution.There are faint  blooded dwarfs so cool that their surface temperature is a mere 4,000 degrees Fahrenheit; there are  scaring ghosts blazing at 100,000 degrees Fahrenheit and
almost too hot to be seen, for the great  part of their radiation is in the invisible ultraviolet range. Obviously, the "daylight"  produced by any star depends on its temperature; today (and for ages
to come) our Sun is at about 10,000 degrees  Fahrenheit, and this means that most of the Sun's light is concentrated in the yellow band of  the spectrum, falling slowly in intensity toward both
the longer and shorter light waves.
That yellow "hump" will shift as  the Sun evolves,and the light of the day will change accordingly. (80) It is  natural to assume that as the Sun grows older, and uses up its hydrogen fuel—which  it is now doing at the spanking rate of half a billion tons a second—it will  become steadily colder and redder.

What is the passage mainly about?                                    查看材料

  • A.Faint dwarf stars.
  • B.The evolution cycle of the Sun.
  • C.The Sun"s fuel problem.
  • D.The dangers of invisible radiation.
7
What does the author say is especially important about the Sun at the present time? 查看材料
  • A.It appears yellow.
  • B.It always remains the same.
  • C.It had a short history.
  • D.It is too cold.
8
Why are very hot stars referred to as "ghosts"? 查看材料
  • A.They are short-lived.
  • B.They are mysterious.
  • C.They are frightening.
  • D.They are nearly invisible.
9
According to the passage, as the Sun continues to age, what color is it likely to become? 查看材料
  • A.Yellow.
  • B.Violet.
  • C.Red.
  • D.White.
10
In the last sentence of the third passage, to which of the following does "it" refer? 查看材料
  • A.Yellow "hump".
  • B.Day.
  • C.Sun.
  • D.Hydrogen fuel.
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