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北京2015年成人学士学位英语预测试题及答案(10)

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北京2015年成人学士学位英语预测试题及答案(10),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.
Throughout the colonial period there was a remarkable shortage of women, which varied with the regions and was always greatest in the frontier areas.This shortage enhanced women's status and position and allowed them to pursue different careers. (80) The Puritans (清教徒) regarded idleness (无所事事) as a sin, and believed that life in an underdeveloped country made it necessary that each member of the community perform. an economic function. Thus work for
women was not only approved but also was regarded as a civic (市民的) duty. Puritan town councils (议会) expected widows (寡妇)and independent women to be self-supporting.There was no social prohibition against married women working; on the contrary, wives were expected to help their husbands in their trade and won social approval for doing extra work in or out of the home.
The vast majority of women worked within their homes, where their labor produced most articles needed for the family.The entire colonial production of cloth and clothing and partly that of shoes was in the hands of women.In addition to these occupations, women were found in many
different kinds of employment.They were butchers, silversmiths and gunsmiths.They ran mills,plantations, shipyards, and every kind of shops.They were gatekeepers, jail keepers, journalists,.printers, nurses, and teachers.

What does the passage mainly discuss?                                    查看材料

  • A.Colonial marriages.
  • B.The Puritan religion.
  • C.Colonial women"s employment.
  • D.Education in the colonies.
2
According to the passage, where in colonial North America were there the fewest women? 查看材料
  • A.Puritan communities.
  • B.Seaports.
  • C.Frontier settlements.
  • D.Capital cities.
3
It can be inferred from the passage that the Puritans were __________ 查看材料
  • A.uneducated
  • B.hardworking
  • C.generous
  • D.wealthy
4
According to the passage, Puritans believed that an unmarried adult woman should be__________ 查看材料
  • A.financially responsible for herself
  • B.returned to England
  • C.supported by her family
  • D.trained to be a nurse
5
According to the passage, what did the Puritans expect from married women? 查看材料
  • A.They should adopt needy children.
  • B.They should assist in their husbands" trade or business.
  • C.They should work only within their own homes.
  • D.They should be apprenticed.
6

Questions are based on the  following passage.
He was a qualified doctor who rarely  practiced but instead devoted his life to writing.He once said: "Medicine is my lawful wife, and literature is my  lover."  Russian writer Anton Pavlovich Chekhov was a great playwright and one of the  masters of the modem short story.
(77) When Chekhov entered the Moscow  University Medical School in 1879, he started to publish hundreds of comic  short stories to support his family. After he graduated, he wrote regularly for a local daily newspaper.
As a writer he was extremely fast, often  producing a short story in an hour or less. Chekhov's medical and science experience can be seen through the  indifference(冷漠) many of  his characters show to tragic events. In 1892, he became a full time writer and published some of his most  memorable stories.
Chekhov often wrote about the sufferings of  life in small town Russia. Tragic events control his characters who are filled with feelings  of hopelessness and despair.
It is often said that nothing happens in  Chekhov's stories and plays. He made up for this with his exciting technique for developing  drama within his characters. (78) Chekhov's work combined the calm attitude of a scientist  and doctor with the sensitivity(敏感)of an artist
Some of Chekhov's works were translated  into Chinese as early as the 1940s. One of his famous stories, The Man in a Shell (装在套子里的人), about a school teacher's extraordinarily  orderly life, was selected as a text for Chinese senior students.

Anton Pavlovich Chekhov__________                                    查看材料

  • A.had a lawful lover
  • B.was an illegal writer
  • C.used to be a lawyer
  • D.was a competent doctor
7
In 1880, Chekhov__________ 查看材料
  • A.became a full-time writer
  • B.studied medicine in Moscow University
  • C.practiced medicine in his hometown
  • D.published his most memorable stories
8
Which of the following adjectives can‘t be used to. describe Chekhov? 查看材料
  • A.Sensitive.
  • B.Cool.
  • C.Quick-minded.
  • D.Warm-hearted.
9
Which of the following is the right order of the events?
a.became a doctor
b.became a full time writer
c.started to publish comic short stories
d.wrote regularly for a local daily newspaper
e.entered the Moscow University Medical School 查看材料
  • A.e→c→a→d→b
  • B.d→a→b→c→e
  • C.e→c→b→a→d
  • D.a→e→c→b→d
10
When did Chekhov begin to publish stories? 查看材料
  • A.After he graduated.
  • B.When he became a university student.
  • C.In the 1940s.
  • D.In 1892.
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