全国银行招聘考试考前必做英语模拟测试题(2)

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全国银行招聘考试考前必做英语模拟测试题,该试卷为银行招聘考试英语历年真题汇编及预测考点。包含(选词填空、单选题、完形填空题和阅读理解题)以及详细解析。
试题类型:
  • 一、选词填空
  • 二、单选题
  • 三、完形填空题
  • 四、阅读理解
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  • 一、选词填空
  • 二、单选题
  • 三、完形填空题
  • 四、阅读理解
1

They have (given up) the hope to save their friend from drowning.

A.built

B.ended

C.strengthen

D.abandoned

2

We have to act within the existing legal (framework).

A.limit

B.procedure

C.status

D.system

3

This city is famous for its (magnificent) ancient buildings.

A.contemporary

B.distinguished

C.specialized

D.specified

4

Our aim was to (update) the health service and we succeeded.

A.offer

B.provide

C.modernize

D.fund

5

The famous athlete expressed his (regret) at the failure of the running race.

A.disapproval

B.sorry

C.shame

D.disagree

6

We have got to (abide by) the rules.

A.stick to

B.persist in

C.safeguard

D.apply

7

She has proved that she can be (railed on) in a crisis.

A.lived on

B.depended on

C.lived off

D.believed in

8

He was a brilliant (organizer) and positively bubbled with ideas.

A.recipients

B.employees

C.actors

D.planners

9

The police will need to keep a (wary) eye on this area of town.

A.naked

B.cautious

C.blind

D.private

10

It’s impolite to (cut in) when others are having a conversation.

A.leave

B.talk loudly

C.interrupt

D.stand up

1

My mother felt pleased with herself because she______my father to give up smoking.

A.has persuaded

B.had persuaded

C.has advised

D.was given advice to

2

—Can I use the car now?—Sorry, but it_________will repair

A.will repairB

B.has repaired

C.is still being repaired

D.was repaired

3

Mr.Voorhies planned to send the dresser and bed that__________purchased in Bali to the Netherlands.

A.he

B.his

C.him

D.himself

4

It is on October 1,2009 that the Peopled Republic of China_____ its 60th birthday.

A.congratulated

B.kept

C.remained

D.celebrated

5

________new buildings will be built in my hometown.

A.A great deals of

B.A lots of

C.A plenty of

D.A great number of

6

Many people believe we are heading for an environmental disaster_______ we radically change the way we live.

A.but

B.though

C.unless

D.in case

7

一Pm going on a trip to Hainan after the exam.—Really? _________!

A.Have a nice time

B.Congratulations

C.OK

D.It’s nice of you

8

______of my two brothers______ good at English.

A.The older; are

B.The older; is

C.The oldest; is

D.Older; is

9

You may use the room as you like____________you clean it up afterwards.

A.so far as

B.so long as

C.in case

D.even if

10

How much did you_____________fixing the TV?

A.pay off

B.pay back

C.pay for

D.pay down

1

Urbanization and Its Influence

Over half the world’s people now live in cities.The latest “Global Report on Human Settlements’says a significant change took place last year.The report ____(21) this week from U.N.Habitat,a United Nations agency. A century ago,_____(22) than five percent of all people lived in cities._____(23) the middle of this century it could be seventy percent,or______(24) six and a half billion people. Already three-fourths of people in _______ (25) countries live in cities.Now most urban population______ (26) is in the developing world. Urbanization can lead to social and economic progress,but also put_______ (27)on cities to provide housing and____________ (28).The new report says almost two hundred thousand people move_______(29) cities and towns each day.It says worsening inequalities,_______(30) by social divisions and differences in___(31) , could result in violence and crime unless cities plan better. Another issue is urban sprawl(无序扩展的城区).This is where cities______(32) quickly into rural areas?sometimes____(33) a much faster rate than urban population growth. Sprawl is common in the United States.Americans move a lot.In a recent study, Art Hall at the University of Kansas found that people are moving away from the ___(34) cities to smaller ones、He sees a____(35) toward “de-urbanization” across the nation.

A.came on

B.came over

C.came off

D.came out

2

______

A.more

B.less

C.other

D.rather

3

______

A.By

B.Along

C.Through

D.To

4

______

A.really

B.ever

C.barely

D.almost

5

______

A.flourishing

B.thriving

C.developed

D.fertile

6

______

A.extension

B.raise

C.addition

D.growth

7

______

A.pressure

B.restraint

C.load

D.weight

8

______

A.surroundings

B.concerns

C.communities

D.services

9

______

A.onto

B.around

C.into

D.upon

10

______

A.pulled

B.drawn

C.driven

D.pressed

1

Trees should only be pruned(修剪)when there is a good and clear reason for doing so and,fortunately, the number of such reasons is small.Pruning involves cutting away of overgrown and unwanted branches, and the inexperienced gardener can be encouraged by the thought that more damage results from doing it unnecessarily than from leaving the trees to grow in their own ways. First,pruning may be done to make sure that trees have a desired shape or size.The object may be to get a tree of the right height, and at the same time to help the growth of small side branches which will thicken its appearance or give it a special shape.Secondly, pruning may be done to make the tree healthier.You may cut out diseased or dead wood, or branches that are rubbing against each other and thus causing wounds.The health of a tree may be encouraged by removing the branches that are locking up the centre and so preventing the free movement of air. One result of pruning is that an open wound is left on the tree and this provides an easy entry for diseases,but it is a wound that will heal(愈合).Often there is a race between the healing and the disease as to whether the tree will live or die, or that there is a period when the tree is at risk.It should be the aim of every gardener to reduce the risk as far as possible.It is essential to make the area which has been pruned smooth and clean, for healing will be slowed down by roughness.You should allow the cut surface to dry for a few hours and then paint it with one of the substances available from garden shops produced especially for this purpose.Pruning is usually done in winter, for then you can see the shape of the tree clearly without the interference(妨碍)from the leaves and it is, too, very unlikely that the cuts you make will bleed.If this does happen, it is, of course, impossible to paint them properly. Why should pruning be done?

A.Because it can make trees grow taller.

B.Because it can improve the shape of the trees.

C.Because it can get rid of the small ranches.

D.Because it can make the small branches thicker.

2

Trees become unhealthy if the gardener_________.

A.to helps a wound to dry

B.to covers a rough surface

C.damages some of the small side branches

D.allows too many branches to grow in the middle

3

Why is a special material painted on the tree?

A.Because it can help a wound to dry.

B.Because it can cover a rough surface.

C.Because it can make a wound smooth.

D.Because it can prevent disease entering a wound.

4

A good gardener prunes a tree_________.

A.several times throughout the year

B.as quickly as possible

C.occasionally when necessary

D.regularly every winter

5

What was the author’s purpose when writing this passage?

A.To discuss different methods of pruning.

B.To introduce some common knowledge of pruning.

C.To explain how trees develop disease.

D.To give practical instruction for pruning a tree.

6

The establishment of the Third Reich influenced events in American history by starting a chain of events which culminated in war between Germany and the United States.The complete destruction of democracy, the persecution of Jews, the war on religion, the cruelty and barbarism of the Nazis, and especially the plans of Germany and her allies, Italy and Japan, for world conquest caused great indignation in this country and brought on fear of another world war、While speaking out against Hitler^s atrocities, the American people generally favored isolationist policies and neutrality.The Neutrality Acts of 1935 and 1936 prohibited trade with any belligerents or loans to them、In 1937, the President was empowered to declare an arms embargo in wars between nations at his discretion. American opinion began to change somewhat after President Roosevelt’s “quarantine the ag-gressor” speech at Chicago (1937) in which he severely criticized Hitler’s policies.Germany’s seizure of Austria and the Munich Pact for the partition of Czechoslovakia (1938) also aroused the American people.The conquest of Czechoslovakia in March, 1939, was another rude awakening to the menace of the Third Reich.In August, 1939, came the shock of the Nazi-Soviet Pact and in September the attack on Poland and the outbreak of European war.The United States attempted to maintain neutrality in spite of sympathy for the democracies arrayed against the Third Reich.The Neutrality Act of 1939 repealed the arms embargo and permitted “cash and carry” exports of arms to belligerent nations.A strong national defense program was begun.A draft act was passed (1940) to strengthen the military services.A Lend Act (1941) authorized the President to sell, exchange, or lend materials to any country deemed necessary by him for the defense of the United States.Help was given to Britain by exchanging certain overage destroyers for the right to establish American bases in British territory in the Western Hemisphere.In August, 1940, President Roosevelt and Prime Minister Churchill met and issued the Atlantic Charter, which proclaimed the kind of a world which should be established after the war.In December,1941,Japan launched the unprovoked attack on the United States at Pearl Harbor、Immediately thereafter, Germany declared war on the United States. One item occurring before 1937 that the author does not mention in his list of actions that alienated the American public was________.

A.the burning of the Reichstag

B.German plans for world conquest

C.Nazi barbarism

D.the persecution of religious groups

7

The Lend-Lease Act was designed to_________.

A.help the British

B.strengthen the national defense of the United States

C.promote the Atlantic Charter

D.avenge Pearl Harbor

8

The American Policy during the years 1935—1936 may be described as being________.

A.watchful

B.isolationist

C.peaceful

D.indifferent

9

The Neutrality Act of 1939 ______.

A.permitted the selling of arms to belligerent nations

B.antagonized Japan

C.permitted the British to trade only with the Allies

D.led to the Lend-Lease Act

10

The United States entered the war against Germany________.

A.because Germany declared war

B.because Japan was an ally of Germany

C.after Germany had signed the Nazi-Soviet Pact

D.after peaceful efforts had failed