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全国2009年4月高等教育自学考试综合英语(一)试题

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I.用适当语法形式或词汇填空。从A、B、C和D四个选项中选出一个最佳答案,并将正确
 答案写在答题纸上。(本大题共20小题,每小题1分,共20分)
1. Until then, Jack’s sister ________ him an email for more than three months.
 A. hadn’t sent  B. hasn’t sent
 C. will not send  D. would not send
2. He found ________ to adapt himself to his new surroundings in the country.
 A. difficult  B. it difficult
 C. that difficult  D. that it difficult
3. The students are all for Tony’s proposal that the lecture ________.
 A. be put off  B. will be put off
 C. must put off  D. should put off
4. My teacher was supposed to ________ Shanghai for London last week.
 A. leave  B. have left
 C. leaving  D. having left
5. There was no reason for ________ the class meeting yesterday evening.
 A. not your attending  B. your not attending
 C. you not to attending  D. you to not attending
6. The doctor said that his brother had ________ at once.
 A. to operate  B. to be operated
 C. to operate on  D. to be operated on
7. ________ for your help, we’d never have been able to finish the work.
 A. It was not  B. Had it not been
 C. Hadn’t it been  D. If it had been not
 8. I was told that his first job was in a factory,________ worked the night shift.
 A. he just  B. and who
 C. where he  D. there he
 9. My new glasses cost me ________ the pair that I bought some years ago.
 A. three times as much as  B. as three times much as
 C. more than three times as  D. as three times more than
10. It was in a small town near New York ________ Dick and I saw him last Sunday.
 A. that  B. only
 C. there  D. which
11. A good idea ________ him that he should buy a used car with the money.
 A. hit  B. struck
 C. beat  D. caught
12. Because his Spanish was very limited, he could not ________ his ideas easily.
 A. put over  B. get across
 C. get over  D. put through
13. The news, though not wholly bad, was so ________ that I could no longer concentrate
 on my work.
 A. anxious  B. regretful
 C. disturbing  D. disastrous
14. Many trees and flowers have been planted in recent years. They will ________ the
 beauty of the city.
 A. raise  B. rise
 C. add to  D. add up
15. At the meeting, both sides exchanged views on a wide ________ of topics they were
 interested in.
 A. scope  B. range
 C. number  D. series
16. The earthquake put the telecommunication system in the region ________.
 A. out of tune  B. out of order
 C. out of work  D. out of action
17. ________ dieting, you ought to take as much exercise as possible.
 A. Instead of  B. Except for
 C. Apart from  D. In spite of
18. This young man could fix almost everything. He was ________ of a jack-of-all-trades.
 A. everything  B. nothing
 C. something  D. anything
19. ________ all the jobs available, she finally decided to take the one in a remote mountain village and work as a school teacher.
 A. Of  B. To
 C. On  D. In
20. You’d better set out an hour earlier for the airport to ________ possible delays on the way.
 A. deal in  B. allow for
 C. permit of  D. prepare for

II.认真阅读下面两篇短文,每篇短文后有五个问题。根据短文的内容从四个选项中选择一个最佳答案,并将正确答案写在答题纸上。(本大题共10小题。每小题2分,共20分)
Passage 1
Don Lucas grew up in poverty. His father died when Don was eight. His mother, with three small children and limited education, was on welfare and had no job prospects. She packed the three kids into an old car and set out from Indiana to California where she had obtained a job as a supermarket checker. Don enrolled in a high school in a tough part of town. He describes his town as the spot where drive-by shootings were invented. Few of his classmates ever went to college, and Don did not think about college until his senior year. He had been working from 4 to 9 pm daily at a gas station helping his family to make ends meet.
Don recalled, “One day this great-looking girl walked in. She said she had run out of gas and asked if I could help her. I told her I couldn’t leave the station, but I gave her a gas can. She came back later to return the can, driving her brother’s old car, a classic Ford 3-window coupe.”
Don and the girl, Sally, became friends. Sally planned to go to college and urged Don to do the same, “Had I not met her, maybe I would not have gone on.” But with Sally’s encouragement Don enrolled in a community college. 
In his first semester he earned eighteen units of straight “F” grades. He had enrolled in a heavy load of courses, was working long hours, had to commute for two hours every day, and forgot to withdraw from some of his classes.
Despite this mistake, another college, closer to home, admitted him on probation. “I worked hard on my grades, took the college prep classes, went to summer school to keep up, and Sally made sure I attended my classes.”
“I had to get a job. The only real job I’d had to that point was working in gas stations. I knew cars pretty well, so I tried to get a job selling used cars.” He got the job and sold cars between and after classes. He enjoyed the work so much that after a year he got his own used-car dealer’s license. He and Sally began buying old cars, fixing them up inside and out, and selling them for a profit. Thus began Don Lucas Automobiles. Don is now founder and CEO of the Lucas Dealership Group, one of the top fifty multiple-franchise car dealerships in the country. He and Sally have been married for over fifty years.
21. The story tells us ________.
 A. why Lucas loves Sally
 B. how Lucas made old cars useful
 C. how Lucas has become successful
 D. why Lucas has remained poor all his life
22. In Paragraph 1, “tough part of town” refers to a(n) ________ place.
 A. quiet  B. clean
 C. dangerous  D. unpleasant
23. Don’s grades in the community college are ________.
 A. average  B. very good
 C. rather poor  D. remarkable
24. At the second college, Don ________.
 A. was studying diligently
 B. did better than his classmates
 C. didn’t go to school in summer
 D. made a mistake in choosing the courses
25. Don and Sally’s marriage turned out to be ________.
 A. so-so  B. stable
 C. unhappy  D. unsuccessful
Passage 2
Taking charge of yourself involves putting to rest some prevalent myths. At the top of the list is the notion that intelligence is measured by your ability to solve problems-to read, write and to compute. This vision of intelligence stresses formal education and bookish excellence as the true measures of self-fulfillment. It encourages a kind of intellectual prejudice that has brought with it some discouraging results. We have come to believe that someone who has more education, who is very good at some form of school discipline is “intelligent”. Yet mental hospitals are filled with patients who have graduation certificates. A true indicator of intelligence is an effective, happy life lived each day.
If you are happy, if you live every moment for everything that is worth, then you are an intelligent person. Problem solving is a useful help to your happiness, but if you know that given your inability to resolve a particular concern you can still choose happiness for yourself, or at a minimum refuse to choose unhappiness, then you are intelligent. You are intelligent because you have the powerful weapon against nervous breakdowns.
“Intelligent” people do not have nervous breakdowns because they are in charge of themselves. They know how to choose happiness over depression: because they know how to deal with the problems of their lives. 
You can begin to think of yourself as truly intelligent on the basis of what you choose when facing difficulties.
The life struggles are pretty much the same for each of us. Everyone who is involved with other human beings in any social context has similar difficulties. Disagreements, conflicts and compromises are part of what it means to be human.
Similarly, money, age, sickness, deaths, natural disasters and accidents are all events which present problems to all human beings. But some people are able to make it, to avoid depression and unhappiness despite such occurrences, while others suffer nervous breakdowns. Those who recognize problems as a human condition and don’t measure happiness by absence of problems are the most intelligent people, also, the most rare.
26. The conventional notion of intelligence mentioned in the passage ________.
 A. is the root of all mental distress
 B. is a widely held but wrong concept
 C. contributes to one’s self fulfillment
 D. helps eliminate intellectual prejudice
27. We can infer from the passage that an intelligent person knows ________.
 A. how to handle the problems in his life
 B. how to persuade others to compromise
 C. how to put up with some prevalent myths
 D. how to find the best way to achieve success
28. What does the underlined sentence in Paragraph 1 imply?
 A. Many hospitals are full of mental patients.
 B. Most mental patients are college graduates.
 C. Most patients at mental hospitals are intelligent.
 D. Many well educated people have mental illnesses.
29. According to the passage, what kind of people is rare?
 A. Those who emphasize bookish excellence.
 B. Those who regard problems as unavoidable.
 C. Those who believe problems can be avoided.
 D. Those who view absence of problems as happiness.
30. What does the passage mainly discuss?
 A. Intelligent people’s problems
 B. Intelligent and unintelligent people
 C. Intelligent people’s ideas about happiness
 D. Intelligent people and nervous breakdowns

III.用国际音标标出下列单词中划线字母或字母组合的读音,并将正确答案写在答题纸上。(本大题共20小题,每两小题1分,共10分)(注意:使用新式或老式音标均可)
31. swoop  32. surrounding
33. message  34. economist
35. nutrition  36. appointment
37. impatiently  38. fiercely
39. opponent  40. withdrawal
41. miserable  42. breathe
43. breathless  44. response
45. philosopher  46. fashionable
47. acquaintance  48. chemical
49. explosion  50. frightening
IV.完形填空(将正确答案填在答题纸相应的位置上)(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。
 
given know like order    
own restaurants rules served    
small times understand without  
In the U.S., people prefer waiting for a table to sitting with people they don’t know. This means a hostess may not seat a small group until a  51  table is available, even if a large one is. If you are sitting at a table with people you don’t  52 , it is impolite to light up a cigarette  53 first asking if it will disturb them.
At American restaurants, cafes and coffee shops you are usually  54  tap water before you order. You may find the bread and butter is free, and if you  55  coffee, you may get a free refill.
Alcoholic drinks,  56  whisky, vodka, are served straight or on the rocks. In some  57  you can bring your own wine. In some states, you can buy liquor at a restaurant to take home. Every state makes its  58  laws about the sale of alcohol. In some states, you have to buy that at special state-owned stores licensed to sell liquor. Most cities and towns have no rules about opening and closing  59  for stores or restaurants, though they usually do make  60  for bars. Especially in large cities, stores may be open 24 hours a day.
B.根据课文的内容在每个空白处填入一个恰当的词。
It was very late at night on the eve of Memorial Day. She got on the subway  61  at the 34th Street Pennsylvania Station. I am still trying to remember  62  she managed to push herself in 63  a baby on her right arm, a traveling bag in her  64  hand and two children, a boy and a girl, about three and five years old,  65  after her. She was a nice looking white lady in her early twenties. At Nevins Street, Brooklyn, I saw her  66  to get off at the next station—Atlantic Avenue— 67  happened to be the place where I had to get off. Just  68  it was a problem for her to get on, it was going to be a problem for her to get off the train  69  two small children to be  70  care of, a baby on her right arm and a medium-sized bag in her left hand.

V.根据所学课文内容完成下列句子,并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)
71. Bob Sugg read only certain bits of the papers he sold, and his favorite part was ________.
72. John Gardner has said that a society which praises its philosophers and looks down on its plumbers is in for trouble. “Neither ________ ,” he warns.
73. In “The Day I Was Fat”, the author’s mother once said, “ ________ ”, which was the closest anyone had ever come to calling the author fat.
74. In “Another School Year—What For?”, the author points out that the business of college is to put students in touch with ________.
75. William Strickland was identified and arrested after he visited Mr. Budd’s barbershop because ________.
76. According to Henry’s will, his fortune would be divided ________.
77. The druggist insisted that Sangstrom ________, just in case Sangstrom decided to kill him or his own wife.
78. According to Dr. Applebaum, the greatest harm of television is that ________.
79. David and his wife sent letters to the donor family in care of the New England Organ Bank because they did not ________.
80. In the text “In the Laboratory”, the student thinks that it was the best lesson he ever had because ________.

VI.句子翻译。将下列句子译成英语,并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)
81.他走得太快了,我只好跑才跟得上。
82.我们昨天没有时间详细研究这个计划。
83.科学家正在寻求解决这个问题的途径。
84.尽管困难很多,他们还是提前完成了任务。
85.杰克向他的朋友挥手,直到火车从视线中消失了。
86.同学们在英语上狠下功夫,人人通过了考试。
87.随着时间的推移,她发现自己爱上了他。
88.在我提起那次事故之前,谁也没谈及那件事。
89.不是所有的会员都出席了昨天的会议。
90.既然这么多同学不能来,我们最好推迟郊游。


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