全国银行招聘考试考前必做英语模拟测试题(5)

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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。
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  • 一、选词填空
  • 二、单选题
  • 三、阅读理解
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  • 一、选词填空
  • 二、单选题
  • 三、阅读理解
1

Her comments about men are (utterly) ridiculous.

A.slightly

B.partly

C.faintly

D.completely

2

Rumors began to (circulate) about his financial problems.

A.spread

B.send

C.hear

D.confirm

3

Language teachers often (extract) examples from grammar books.

A.pull out

B.repair

C.takes

D.dig

4

The parents have to (restrain) their daughter from playing cyber games.

A.disallow

B.reduce

C.prevent

D.confine

5

Come out,or I’ll (bust) the door down.

A.shut

B.break

C.set

D.beat

6

Jane said that she couldn’t (tolerate) the long hours.

A.spend

B.take

C.stand

D.last

7

The chairman (proposed) that we should stop the meeting.

A.stated

B.declared

C.suggested

D.announced

8

We will take your recent illness into (consideration) when marking your exams.

A.discount

B.effect

C.account

D.effort

9

The Chinese medicine (eventually) cured her disease.

A.fortunately

B.apparently

C.finally

D.naturally

10

It took us along time to (mend) the old church.

A.build

B.destroy

C.design

D.repair

1

This skirt was made________your mother___________her own measure.

A.for; to

B.for; for

C.to; to

D.for; by

2

When I came back, I found my bicycle was_______.

A.missed

B.losing

C.robbed

D.gone

3

Although subway fare was cheaper, Danielle chose to take a taxi to the concert hall_______she would not be late.

A.so

B.or

C.but

D.and

4

________did we go swimming in the Changjiang River.

A.Only

B.Once

C.Seldom

D.When

5

A good storyteller must be able to hold his listeners’curiosity_____he reaches the end of the story.

A.when

B.unless

C.after

D.until

6

_____to use crutches for six months severely limited Mr、Lockers ability to work in the shipping facility.

A.Has

B.Have

C.Having

D.Has had

7

—Vm surprised to hear that Sue and Paul have______________.—So am I.They seemed very happy together when I last saw them.

A.broken up

B.finished up

C.divided up

D.closed up

8

The settlement is home to nearly 1000 people, many of_____________ left their village homes for a better life in the city.

A.whom

B.them

C.which

D.those

9

一Do you mind if I_______the TV a bit?—Yes, I do, because I?m busy with my homework now.

A.turn on

B.turn up

C.turn down

D.turn off

10

Students taking the entrance exam are required to provide their student________number.

A.identify

B.identifiable

C.identifiably

D.identification

1

From the health point of view we are living in a marvelous age.We are immunized from birth against many of the most dangerous diseases.A large number of once fatal illnesses can now be cured by modern drugs and surgery.It is almost certain that one day remedies will be found for the most stubborn remaining diseases.The expectation of life has increased enormously.But though the possibility of living a long and happy life is greater than ever before, every day we witness the incredible slaughter of men, women and children on the roads.Man versus the motor car! It is a never-ending battle which man is losing.Thousands of people over the world are killed or horribly killed each year and we are quietly sitting back and letting it happen. It has been rightly said that when a man is sitting behind a steering wheel, his car becomes the extension of his personality.There is no doubt that the motor car often brings out a man’s very worst qualities.People who are normally quiet and pleasant may become unrecognizable when they are behind a steering-wheel.They swear,they are ill-mannered and aggressive, willful as two-year-old and utterly selfish.All their hidden frustrations,disappointments and jealousies seem to be brought to the surface by the act of driving. The surprising thing is that society smiles so benignly on the motorist and seems to condone his behaviour.Everything is done for his convenience.Cities are allowed to become almost uninhabitable because of heavy traffic;towns are made ugly by huge car parks;the countryside is desecrated by road networks;and the mass annual slaughter becomes nothing more than a statistic, to be conveniently forgotten. It is high time a world code were created to reduce this senseless waste of human life.With regard to driving, the laws of some countries are notoriously lax and even the strictest are not strict enough.A code which was universally accepted could only have a dramatically beneficial effect on the accident rate.Here are a few examples of some of the things that might be done.The driving test should be standardized and made far more difficult than it is;all the drivers should be made to take a test every three years or so;the age at which young people are allowed to drive any vehicle should be raised to at least 21;all vehicles should be put through stringent annual tests for safety.Even the smallest amount of alcohol in the blood can impair a personas driving ability.Present drinking and driving laws (where they exist) should be mad much stricter.Maximum and minimum speed limits should be imposed on all roads.Governments should lay down safety specifications for manufacturers,as has been done in the USA.All advertising stressing power and performance should be banned.These measures may sound inordinately harsh.But surely nothing should be considered as severe if it results in reducing the annual toll of human life.After all, the world is for human beings,not motor cars. The main idea of this passage is that________.

A.traffic accidents are mainly caused by motorists

B.thousands of people over the world are killed each year

C.the laws of some countries about driving are too lax

D.only stricter traffic laws can prevent accidents

2

What does the author think of society toward motorists?

A.Society smiles on the motorists.

B.Huge car parks are built in cities and towns.

C.Victims of accidents are nothing.

D.Society condones their rude driving.

3

Why does the author say that his car becomes the extension of his personality?

A.Driving can show his real self.

B.Driving can show the other part of his personality.

C.Driving can bring out his character.

D.His car embodies his temper.

4

Which of the following is NOT mentioned as a way against traffic accidents?

A.Build more highways.

B.Conduct stricter driving tests.

C.Test drivers every three years.

D.Raise the age limit and lay down safety specifications.

5

The attitude of the author is________.

A.ironical

B.critical

C.appealing

D.militant

6

Today there are policemen everywhere, but in 1700, London had no policemen at all.A few old men used to protect the city streets at night and they were not paid.About 300 years ago, London was starting to get bigger and more and more people began to live there.The city was very dirty and many people were poor.There were so many thieves who stole money in the streets that people stayed in their homes as much as possible. In 1750, Henry Fielding started to pay a group of people to stop thieves.They were like policemen and were called uBow Street Runners’because they worked near Bow Street. Fifty years later,there were 120 “Bow Street Runnersz”,but London had become very big and needed more policemen.So in 1829, the first Metropolitan(or London)Police Force was started with 3000 officers.Most of the men worked on foot, but a few rode horses.Until 1920 all the police in London were men. Today,the London police are quite well paid and for the few police officers who still ride horses, the pay is even better than for the others. In 1700, the men who protected the streets were paid___________.

A.a few

B.nothing

C.a little

D.a lot

7

About 300 years ago, many people__________.

A.wanted to leave London

B.had big houses in London

C.became policemen

D.came to live in London

8

People didn’t leave their houses because_________.

A.they had no money

B.they were afraid of losing money

C.the city was not clean

D.they liked homes

9

The “Bow Street Runners” __________.

A.stopped people stealing

B.stole money

C.paid people for them to steal

D.stopped people riding horses

10

Today, London police officers who ride horses are paid _______.

A.the same as their workmates

B.more than their workmates

C.half as much as their workmates

D.less than their workmates