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西南大学网络与继续教育学院课程考试试题卷类别: 网教              专业:英语            ; u6 g4 R8 w2 p, D. Y& J: H4 d* y
课程名称【编号】: 英语阅读一 【0008】                 A卷/ U8 L$ P4 f! v1 L8 }0 t3 R
         考试时间: 80 分钟               满分:100分/ p! c$ P$ L& D' [  f- `1 w
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语法与词汇。(每题2分,20小题,共40分)1.—“What courses are you going to do next semester?”  —“I don’t know. But it’s about time ___on something.” A. I’ d decide     B. I decided      C. I decide      D. I’ m deciding  2.The police have offered a large___ for information leading to the robber’s arrest. A. award     B. compensation     C. prize      D. reward  3.I arrived at the airport so late that I ___missed the plane. A. only      B. quite       C. narrowly    D. seldom  4.The popularity of the film shows that the reviewers’ fears were completely___. A. unjustified      B. unjust      C. misguided     D. unaccepted  5. The head of the Museum was ___ and let us actually examine the ancient manuscripts. A. promising    B. agreeing    C. pleasing     D. obliging 6. _____ their policy can be changed the future for that country will be indeed bleak.A. Even if      B. Unless                    C. Now that             D. As long as7. She said she would work it out herself _____ ask me for help.A. and not to           B. but not                    C. and prefer not           D. rather than8. —“I bought this shirt for 35 dollars yesterday.”
& u$ c4 D/ x" c$ i—“It’s on sale today for only 29. You should have waited.”1 E- Y4 O+ R. H; ^
—“On really? But how _____ I know?”A. would    B. can            C. did            D. do9. They were pushed into battle _____.A. unprepared    B. unpreparedly  C. not preparing it  D. without preparing it10. She asked that she _____ allowed to see her son in police custody.' s' b! c9 L4 s  u# M) ^

  O1 x6 Q0 A  {% `/ qA. would be     B. could be      C. be    D. was11. ____ the sight of the police officers, the men ran off.# h, Y; J' p# V0 z
A. In         B. At           C. On        D. With 12. ____ the wall, we decided that we should need three tins of paint.
( t# H) b! K1 x$ ?1 w. q& r, n- e, V A. Making up    B. Doing up     C. Putting up      D. Sizing up 13. _____ the whole, early American city planning was excellent.In          B. From          C. On          D. Above 14. ____ we are having these days!
; o; }5 r5 _" i' H' D A. What a lovely weather            B. What lovely weathers
/ F. _! h/ `* u! ~3 S  y0 F. g! kC. What lovely weather             D. What lovely a weather 15. ____, a man who expresses himself effectively is sure to succeed more rapidly than a man whose command of language is poor.+ j$ G; m! S$ f; i, p5 o
A. Other things being equal              B. Were other things equal$ K- x6 j2 I3 p( S4 N  `- j' P$ Y
C. To be equal to other things              D. Other things to be equal 16. After a concert tour in Asia, Canada and the U.S., he will _____ work on a five-language opera.6 O' b8 s% F( B5 ~8 K. _# @" ?+ Z
A. confine             B. indulge          C. resume        D. undergo 17. After briefly ____ the history of the author, Prof. Li turned to the novel itself immediately.
; R. r$ k' u  S A. dipping in          B. dipping at        C. dipping into     D. dipping to 18. After negotiation, the two countries ____ the terms of peace.
3 X) Z: N) T8 I8 O A. agreed with         B. agreed in         C. agreed to       D. agreed on 19. A man has to make _____ for his old age by putting aside enough money to live on when old.3 ]' ?4 T! b' F+ h4 f7 o
A. supply         B. assurance         C. provision     D. adjustment20. A writer has to ____ imagination as well as his experiences for his writing.
* S* A' D* r9 p* O" i5 S+ q# G A. drawing back from           B. draw in
4 t; @( z% x4 k' c: SC. draw up                    D. draw on段落阅读理解:请简要概括下列段落的主题(Topic)或主旨大意(Main Idea)。(每题5分,6小题,共30分)1. Running is one of the best exercises of all. Next time you have to go to the store for a loaf of bread, try running instead of walking. You will be building up your leg muscles and giving your heart and lungs a good workout.
3 {4 w' j! l# l" T8 g2 |The Topic: ______________________.
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2. There are many ways to invest your hard-earned savings cautiously. In fact, there are so many ways that it all becomes a little confusing. One way through the confusion, which financial advisers recommend, is to know what you want to achieve, know how much risk you are prepared to take and go from there. But which way? Two common answers to this question are investment funds and investment-led insurance for the long term.
5 L, r$ J6 M% ?8 E' T! A& mThe Topic: ______________________.?: f7 C7 {7 j% o# {: t/ a
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3. A relationship is an invisible link that brings people closer. Cooperation and trust strengthen a good relationship, and help both sides grow and prosper.$ H. d' Y0 X4 ]4 A, b+ y
The Topic: ______________________. 4. The most important breakthroughs are coming in cancer, heart disease, brain afflictions such as stroke, and autoimmune diseases such as Type I (juvenile) diabetes, multiple sclerosis and rheumatoid arthritis. Here are some treatments that could reach patients within five to ten years.
7 v- G! V4 Q2 z, \* z! mThe Topic: ______________________.5. However, because of recent changes in coffee production and marketing, shade coffee plantations are a threatened habitat. In the past twenty years, coffee has begun to be grown with no shade canopy at all. While this manner of cultivation produces increased yields, these cannot be kept for many years without intensive management (additions of chemical fertilizers and a range of insecticides, herbicides and fungicides).
( b% s# p' A5 `* B) SThe Topic: _______________________.6. Philip Coates-Wright freely admits that his obsession with Napoleon rules his life. It has cost him his marriage, eats up all his spare money, and dominates his spare time. Philip, 29, a lecturer in modern history, is a founder member of the Napoleonic Association, which re-enacts battles all over England. On field, he is a French Brigade Commander and wears authentic uniforms. The orders he gives his troops are in 18th century French. Philip even got married in a French Hussar’s uniform.   R4 m4 H. X  p
The Main Idea: _____________________________.4 ^! D9 F% m' s, V' Y
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篇章阅读理解:请阅读下面的文章,并回答问题。(每题2分,5小题,共10分)We had just started a round of Bloody Marys. My girl friend took a sip, looked idly around the room and suddenly, with more vivacity (轻松活泼) than I had seen in weeks, exclaimed, “Isn’t that Ernest Hemingway?” ???? At the end of the bar, talking on the telephone, was a tall man with a white beard, handsome and imposing. ??? “It’s Hemingway all right,” I said. ??? “Why don’t you ask him to have a drink with us?” she said, knowing I wouldn’t dare. ??? What matter if the barman at the Ritz threw me out? My life was over anyway. “I’ll ask him,” I said. ??? “No, no, don’t ,” she said. “I was just kidding.” ??? “I wasn’t,” I said, squaring my shoulders and striding to the bar. Hemingway had just ended his phone call. ??? “Mr. Hemingway,” I said, “the young lady at the far table and I would like you to join us for a drink, if you have time.” ??? He looked at me, then across the room at her. Whether it was because I was so obviously on the spot or because she was so pretty-she really did look like a cross between Gene Tierney and Audrey Hepburn, as people often remarked-he said, “I’ve got another phone call to make, and then I’ll join you.” ??? When I returned to the table, my girl friend asked: “What’d he say? What’d he say?” ?? “He said he’d join us for a drink. Maybe he was just kidding.” ??? A few minutes later, with both of us studiously not looking toward the end of the bar, a shadow loomed over the table and Hemingway sat down. We ordered another round of Bloody Marys. ??? Hemingway told us he was going down to Spain for the bullfights. He said he had fully recovered from injuries suffered when his small plane had crashed in the African jungle a few months before. He asked me what kind of car I drove, and when I told him I had a Triumph TR-2-a big engine for a small chassis (汽车底盘) -he remarked, “Get us the manifold pressure in one of those and you can really roll.” ??? We chatted for a few moments. Then he looked at his watch and said: “I’d like to stay longer, but I’ve got a dinner date. Nice talking to you.” ??? My girl friend took my hand and smiled warmly at me for the first time in weeks. “You’ve got nerve,” she said. ??? I signaled for the check. “Monsieur Hemingway a paye,” the waiter said. Mr. Hemingway had paid for the drinks.
; r+ D3 e$ n7 I0 e1. When they first saw Hemingway, the latter _______________.
  W/ H$ U1 B( v9 FA. was drinking Bloody Marys 5 b9 |" Z4 j' O$ T
B. was talking to the barman3 Y, n+ t  h' b5 j
C. was talking on the phone
+ f( e$ {$ B: e* \% a+ m8 mD. was walking idly around the room2. The girl suggested that the author go and ask Hemingway to have a drink with them because ______.??- e3 F" |1 }; ^
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B. she was sure Hemingway would come2 o9 e1 y" J4 [' e8 n+ b& n. b
C. she wanted to talk to Hemingway very much1 b$ \9 u* f0 ?; U* D
D. she was sure the author would do as she suggested
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5 x2 L: D3 e4 c4 E6 K3. After the author went to invite Hemingway, the latter _____. % l7 s+ }/ w6 {# F5 u
A. said he didn’t have time
1 i$ h3 {! g. K. vB. promised to join them later6 E' @! L4 G6 I
C. first said no and then said yes
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; X" o$ s/ o; u, n6 U' ~4. Hemingway talked with the two people about the following except _____.
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D. the book he was writing5. Which of the following is NOT true with Hemingway according to the passage?
* w# e. n+ }4 Y; K$ cA. Hemingway was polite and considerate.
! \/ I/ w: T  n; gB. Hemingway was injured a few months before.
  ?" ]2 E. U/ n; F* J  rC. Hemingway thought people needed pressure in life.  f. m0 ?6 {# P8 `
D. Hemingway was too busy to find time to talk to common people.
% L$ G8 q" q0 V. @, q0 } 书面表达。(每题10分,2小题,共20分)
$ Z& O! d8 M1 g) e) M4 K) T* f5 hLaura Ingalls Wilder wrote many books about her life in the wilderness. Unit 1 is a true story from one of her books. On the edge of the Big Woods of Wisconsin in 1872, she lived with her family in a little log house. It is miles from any neighbors and far from any town. On day her father was away from home, leaving the family alone in the wilderness. At night there came a big bear. Discuss the kind of life the family lived in the big woods.2.  In Unit 8 “Two Boxes of Gold”, Herbert Blamyre was trusted one day with the urgent task of carrying two boxes of gold from London to Naples. On the way he came to know Levison and Major Baxter. His traveling companions seem friendly, but they are not all trying to help him. Which of the two was more suspicious, Levison or Major Baxter? Give your reasons.附件是答案,核对题目下载Q 7 6 1 296021
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