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自考综合英语(一)试题_全国2008年7月自考试卷

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全国2008年7月高等教育自学考试综合英语(一)试题

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I. 用适当的语法形式或词汇填空。从A、B、C、D四个选项中选出一个最佳答案,并将其代码填在答题纸相应的位置上。(本大题共20小题,每小题1分,共20分)
1. I planned(    )the task before last Sunday, but failed because of a bad cold.
A. to finish B. to have finished 
C. finishing D. having finished 
2. Tom has been writing letters all morning, but he should finish them by now,(    )?
A. has he B. hasn’t he  
C. should he D. shouldn’t he  
3. We can make some changes in the plan(    )you find anything improper.
A. in case B. unless 
C. so that D. even though 
4. The manner in which he talked reminded me(    )his grandfather.
A. in B. by 
C. of  D. towards
5. He has made another wonderful discovery,(    )of great importance to science.
A. I think which it B. which I think is
C. that I think is D. which I think it is
6. It’s 10∶00 a.m. Mr. Johnson(    )home now, for he told me that he would meet me in his office at this time.
A. must be B. mustn’t be
C. can be D. can’t be
7. If only we(    )as we were told! This would never have happened.
A. did B. had done
C. would do D. would have done
8. The key(    )success is hardworking and persistence.
A. on B. for
C. to D. of
9. For nearly three hours we waited for the decision, only(    )to come again the next day.
A. to tell B. to be told
C. being told D. telling
10. In our opinion, there is much(    )in their proposal.
A. to improve B. improving
C. to be improved D. to have been improved
11. Hardly had he rushed out of the gate(    )the whole building collapsed right behind him.
A. when B. than
C. then D. that
12. His report is(    )it gives a quite clear idea of every fact.
A. written as well that B. written too well that
C. written so well that D. written well so as
13. The book is much too difficult for me; most of it is quite(    )my understanding.
A. over B. behind
C. against D. beyond
14. She will have some visitors tomorrow, so the has to have somebody(    )her six-bedroom house today.
A. cleaned B. cleaning
C. clean D. to be cleaned
15. The wife blamed the husband for not having told her that they were(    )short of money.
A. turning B. running
C. going D. proving
16. It is hardly(    )that I shall be able to present on the occasion.
A. possibly B. feasible
C. incredible D. likely
17. John won’t go hunting tomorrow, and(    ).
A. won’t his brother neither B. won’t his brother either
C. neither his brother will D. neither will his brother
18. However hard I tried, I could not(    )him that he was wrong.
A. believe B. ensure
C. convince D. persuade
19. After three days, he came(    ). But staring at his wife and children, he could recognize none of them.
A. out B. up
C. across D. to
20.(    )to our disappointment, all our efforts were proved useless.
A. Many B. Much
C. More D. Such

II. 认真阅读下面两篇短文,每篇短文后有五个问题。根据短文的内容从A、B、C、D四个选项中选出一个最佳答案,并将其代码填在答题纸相应的位置上。(本大题共10小题,每小题2分,共20分)
Passage 1
 It would be interesting to discover how many young people go to universities without any clear idea of what they are going to do afterwards. If one considers the enormous variety of courses offered, it is not hard to see how difficult it is for a student to select the course most suited to his interests and abilities. If a student goes to a university to acquire a broader perspective of life, to enlarge his ideas and to learn to think for himself, he will undoubtedly benefit. Schools often have too restricting an atmosphere, with its timetable and disciplines, to allow him much time for independent assessment of the work he is asked to do. Most students would, I believe, profit by a year or so’ s exploration of different academic studies, especially those “ all-rounders ” with no particular interest. They should have a longer time to decide in what subject they want to take their degrees, so that in later life, they do not look back and say, “I should like to have been an archaeologist. If I hadn’t taken a degree in Modern Languages, I wouldn’t have ended up as an interpreter, but it’s too late now. I couldn’t go back and begin all over again.”
 There is, of course, another side to the question of how to make the best use of one’s time at a university. This is the case of the student who excels in a particular branch of learning. He is immediately accepted by the university of his choice, and spends his three or four years becoming a specialist, emerging with a first-class Honor Degree and very little knowledge of what the rest of the world is all about. It therefore becomes important that, if students are not to waste their opportunities, there will have to be much more detailed information about courses and more advice. Only in this way can we be sure that we are not to have, on the one hand, a band of specialists ignorant of anything outside of their own subject, and on the other hand, an ever-increasing number of graduates qualified in subjects for which there is little or no demand in the working world.
21. The main idea of the first paragraph is that(    ).
A. a student should not select his speciality in a hurry 
B. “all-rounders” are the treasure of a university 
C. every student should study for a degree 
D. if a student is not satisfied with what he is studying, he can go back and begin all over again 
22. The quotation at the end of the first paragraph means that (    ).
A. the student is happy with his work being an interpreter 
B. the student complains about being an interpreter 
C. the student is asking to start other courses 
D. it is too late for the student to become an interpreter 
23. Based on the second paragraph, which of the following statements is TRUE? (    )
A. A student should not be limited to book knowledge only. 
B. Every student should strive for a first-class Honor Degree. 
C. Many specialists are ignorant of what is going on around them. 
D. The working world rejects unqualified specialists. 
24. The main idea of the passage probably is that (    ).
A. if a student goes to a university to acquire a broader perspective of life, he will undoubtedly benefit 
B. only in this way can we be sure that we are not to have a band of specialists ignorant of anything outside. 
C. it would be interesting to discover how many young people go to universities without any clear idea of what they are going to do in the future
D. college students should realize the importance of having much more detailed information and more advice without wasting their opportunities 
25. The word “all-rounders” in the first paragraph probably means a person who (    ).
A. is good at all subjects 
B. is not sure of whatever he is doing 
C. takes no interest in doing anything 
D. does not know how to make best use of his time 
Passage 2
One day Mr. Kerry was walking along the Strand in London, killing time, when his eye was caught by a huge picture displayed upon the wall of a house. It represented a human figure covered with long, dark hair, with huge nails upon his hands and a most fearful expression. On coming nearer, he heard a man call out “Walk in, ladies and gentlemen, the most wonderful curiosity ever exhibited—only five pence—the wild man from Africa—he eats raw food, and many other pleasing and surprising performances. ” Mr. Kerry paid his money and was admitted. At first the crowd prevent him seeing anything, for the place was full to suffocation (窒息), and the noise awful. At last Mr. Kerry obtained a place in the front, and to his horror, he saw a figure that was far worse than the portrait outside. 
It was a man, nearly naked, covered with long, shaggy hair that grew even over his nose and cheekbones. He sprang about, sometimes on his feet, sometimes on all-fours, but always uttering the most fearful yells, and glaring upon the crowd in a manner that was really dangerous. Mr. Kerry did not feel exactly happy at the whole thing, and began heartily to wish himself outside. Suddenly, the savage gave a crazier scream than before and seized a piece of raw beef, tore to pieces eagerly, and ate in the wildest manner. “I’ll go now,” thought Mr. Kerry, “for who knows whether, in his hungry moods, he might not want to finish his dinner with me.” Just at this moment, some sounds struck his ear that surprised him. He listened more attentively and, to his amazement, found that among the most fearful cries and wild yells, the savage was talking Irish. Now, Mr. Kerry had never heard of an African Irishman so he listened very closely. He turned to the savage and addressed him in Irish.
“Who are you?” said Mr. Kerry.
“Billy McCabe, sir.”
“And what do you mean by playing your tricks here, instead of earning your living like an honest man?”
“Well,” said Billy, “one may do some strange things to earn his living.”
26. Mr. Kerry was walking along the Strand because(    ).
A. he had nothing else to do
B. he was late for an appointment
C. he was looking for something to do
D. he was unwilling to go home
27. Inside the house,(武汉自考) at first, Mr. Kerry(    )
A. was nearly suffocated
B. could see nothing 
C. was pushed out
D. couldn’t hear anything
28. The wild man gave the impression of being dangerous by(    )
A. the way he moved B. the way he dressed
C. the looks he gave D. the cries he made
29. Mr. Kerry decided to leave the house because(    )
A. he felt frightened B. he felt hungry 
C. he didn’t wish to eat with the savage D. he feared he might have a heart attack 
30. The wild man surprised Mr. Kerry by speaking Irish since(    )
A. he was on show in London
B. he was a primitive savage
C. he spoke native language before
D. he was thought to be African

II. 根据国际音标标出下列单词中划线字母或字母组合的读音。(本大题共20小题,每小题0.5分,共10分)(注意:考生使用新式或老式音标均可)
31. solid 32. celebration 33. emergency 34. author
35. unwilling  36. instrument 37. challenge 38. phrase
39. equally 40.divide 41.convince 42.product
43. stretch 44. pleasure 45. hearing  46. commit
47. careless 48. concerning 49. besides 50. rather

IV. 完形填空。(本大题共20小题,每小题0.5分,共10分)
A.从下列单词中选择适当的词填空,每个词只能用一次。
 I don’t often lose things and I’m especially careful with money, so I was quite surprised when I reached 51 my wallet and it wasn’t there. At first, I thought it was 52 that I could have left it at home. Then I remembered 53 it out to pay for the taxi, so I knew I had it 54 me just before I walked into the restaurant. I wondered 55 it was possible that it could 56 slipped out of my pocket while I was eating dinner. Thinking about 57 possibility, I turned and walked back to the table 58 I had been sitting. Unfortunately, there were several people sitting at the table 59 the time, so I called a waiter and explained 60 him that my wallet had fallen out of pocket while I was sitting at the table a few minutes earlier.
B.根据课文的内容在每个空白处填入一个恰当的词。
 Closely related to English reserve is English modesty. Within their hearts, the English are perhaps 61 less conceited than anybody else, but in their 62 with others they value at least 63 show of modesty. Self-praise is felt to be impolite. If a person is, 64 us say, very good at tennis and someone 65 him if he is a good player, he will seldom reply “Yes,” because people will think him conceited. He will probably give an answer 66 , “I’m not bad,” or “I think I’m very good,” or “Well, I’m very 67 on tennis.” (i.e. I’m very fond of it.) 68 if he had managed to reach the finals 69 last year’s local championships, he would say it in such a way as to suggest that it was only 70 to a piece of good luck.

V.根据所学课文内容完成下列句子。(本大题共10小题,每小题2分,共20分)
71. According to the author of “The Time Message”, the biggest problem for a first-year college student is ______.
72. Bob Sugg recognized Cross, the criminal, because______.
73. When Louise Mallard saw her husband, she died. According to the doctor, she died of______.
74. By making his students observe with their own eyes, Professor Agassie wanted to show them that facts are stupid things until______.
75. In “Love of Life”, the man found bones of a man and ______ besides the bones.
76. When Dr. Coleman the “trashman”, said “Hello” to people on the route, most of them______.
77. In “Thank You, Ma’am”, instead of turning the boy to the police, the woman treated him nicely What she gave him was not only money, but also______.
78. Although Jim was dying of cancer, his example and his words taught the author______.
79. ______helped Lois Diaz-Talty made up of her mind to lose weight.
80. That Christy Brown’s mother never gave her son up was not because she felt it a rigid duty, but because______.

VI. 将下列句子译成英语。(本大题共10小题,每小题2分,共20分)
81.陷入绝望的人做事容易不顾后果。
82.与大卫想的不同,琳达并未拒绝跟他一起看电影。
83.在过去的二十年里,我们一直保持联系。
84.他一下车就遇到一位老朋友。
85.约翰深吸了一口气,说道:“我决定自首。”
86.那本书放得太高了,我拿不到。
87.他要求我们一个接一个地离开房间。
88.发生在她身上的事情实在太让人吃惊了。
89.此时此刻,任何语言都难以描述我的心情。
90.你应该向我们详细解释这些钱的来历。


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