2017年成人高考专升本《英语》应试模拟题(8)

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一、语音知识
1、
A.soup
B.routine
C.route
D.shoulder


2、
A.area
B.appeal
C.bacteria
D.cafeteria


3、
A.Canadian
B.mission
C.million
D.billion


4、
A.Russian
B.revision
C.session
D.tension


5、

A.injure
B.sure
C.culture
D.measure

二、词汇与语法知识
6、
How________of you to remember my birthday!
A.thoughtful
B.Thoughtfully
C.careful
D.carefully


7、
We had a long telephone________yesterday evening.
A.dialogue
B.conversation
C.talk
D.speech


8、 ________ have I heard anything like that in my life.
A.Only
B.Surprisingly
C.Never
D.However


9、
You may think you know the answer but you don’t,________ ?
A.don't you
B.may you
C.may not you
D.do you


10、 The Smiths will move to New York.But we hope to________with them.
A.keep touch
B.keep at touch
C.keep on touch
D.keep in touch


11、 Do you think it necessary________an English diary every day?
A.keep
B.to keep
C.keeping
D.kept


12、
Don't let that old rascal take you________  with his clever talk--none of it is true.
A.along
B.In
C.about
D.down


13、
________ an exciting city Shanghai is!
A.So
B.Very
C.What
D.How


14、 ________had he arrived home than it began to rain.
A.Not until 
B.No sooner 
C.Scarcely 
D.hardly


15、 The ski resorts are usually crowded. There are many people________skiing.
A.enjoy
B.that want
C.who enjoy
D.want


16、 She always buys ________my birthday
A.anything nice to 
B.anything nice for
C.something nice to 
D.something nice for

17、
He asked me how long________going to stay in the hotel.
A.time was I
B.time Iwas
C.was I
D.Iwas


18、
Dreams are often an elegant means of highlighting problems________  in the present or the past.
A.faces
B.facing
C.faced
D.that face


19、
Do earthquakes ________ often in North America?
A.break
B.break out
C.happen to
D.occur


20、
We haven't heard ________ news of him since he left the company.
A.many
B.a lot
C.much
D.a few


三、完型填空
21、 回答21-35题
    Most people are born with the natural ability to 21stories, but only a rare few have the determination to become 22authors, and even fewer have the joy of seeing their novels top the23 of bestselling books.Some of the world' s famous crime writers have achieved the24 success of all.Who can 25 the appeal of famous detectives like Sherlock Holmes, Miss Marple or Hercule Poirot? Even if you haven' t read the original books you will have seen 26 in films or on the TV.
    If you have an ambition to become the 27Agatha Christie what should you do? The best starting 28 is to read lots of examples of crime fiction written by good authors.You will need a notebook to carry around with you or 29 better, some loose 30 of paper that you can 31 notes on and then file into a folder.After all, the most everyday situation -- for example, watching a woman get 32 a train -- may be the 33 for your first bestseller.
    Like any good recipe you have to know the main 34 of a successful novel.These are: an/a
35 story, strong characters and a memorable setting.

A.say
B.tell
C.speak
D.announce


22、
A.amateur
B.special
C.professional
D.authoritative


23、
A.queue
B.list
C.row
D.line


24、
A.largest
B.greatest
C.highest
D.prime


25、
A.deny
B.refuse
C.insist
D.hide


26、
A.the story
B.the book
C.authors
D.them


27、
A.next
B.following
C.subsequent
D.later


28、
A.spot
B.tip
C.point
D.mark


29、
A.even
B.still
C.very
D.so


30、
A.strips
B.sheets
C.layers
D.pieces


31、
A.complete
B.do
C.fill
D.make


32、
A.out
B.down
C.off
D.from


33、
A.notion
B.idea
C.invention
D.inspiration


34、
A.parts
B.ingredients
C.slices
D.sections


35、
A.original
B.secondhand
C.Interesting
D.well-known 

四、阅读理解
36、 回答36-55题
    Companies that employ illegal immigrants are to be named and shamed in a further attempt to crack down on people smuggling.  The move by the Home Office comes four months after officials launched a concerted effort to identify and prosecute companies breaking the law.  More than 200 companies have already been fined for hiring illegal labor. The Home Office says names of companies and directors are to be published on the UK Border Agency website. The agency will publish how many  illegal immigrants the company was employing and how much it was fined.
    By May this year there had been 137 prosecutions under the new rules leading to fines totaling 500,000--almost 3,000 per firm.  The total number of prosecutions was 10 times more than were carried out in 2007, and double the total for the previous decade.
    Immigration chiefs are also switching their focus from small-time illegal employers,  such as takeaway restaurants, in an effort to major organized criminal enterprises supplying illegal labor, often relying on international networks to smuggle people into the UK.
    Some 7,500 immigration officers will be re-organized into more localized teams with police and customs officials in an effort to better target what the Home Office says are illegal working hotspots. These could include areas of the economy where there is a high demand for labor including agriculture, construction and hospitality.  Nobody knows how many people are working without permission in the UK--although estimates put the number of illegal residents at more than 500,000.
    Trade Union leaders have also raised concerns about the government's strategy, arguing that it could drive the worst employers further underground, penalizing exceptionally poor workers unable to break out of a situation they did not necessarily choose.

What has happened in the first four months of the campaign to crack down on companies hiring illegal workers?
A.Nothing. The campaign is still in its beginning stage.
B.7,500 immigration officers will be re-organized into more localized teams.
C.200 companies have been fined.
D.3,000 small-time illegal employers have been cracked down.


37、 What steps will officials take to "shame" these companies?
A.They will publish their names as well as the details of the offence online.
B.They will shut down their business.
C.They will inform the police about the illegal hiring.
D.They will give poor workers working permission.


38、
Immigration officials are now focusing on________
A.small-time illegal employers
B.fining individual workers
C.large-scale organized criminal operations
D.the government's strategy


39、
Trade Union officials fear that this new campaign (战役) might end up unjustly penalizing________, by driving the employers further underground.
A.employers
B.workers
C.illegal residents
D.companies 

40、 回答40-59题
Student Volunteers Needed!
On Saturday, December 12th,from 10 A.M.until 4 P. M. , Carverton Middle School will be holding a music festival in the school gymnasium. The special event will feature a variety of
professional musicians and singers.

 


Task

Time

Date

Make posters

1 P.M.一4 P.M.

December 5th

Set up gym

11 A.M.一4 P.M.

December 1th

Help performers

9 A.M.一4 P.M.

December 12th

Welcome guests

10 A.M.一2 P.M.

December 12th

Clean up gym

4 P.M.一7 P.M.

December 12th

Interested students should speak with Ms.Braxton,the music teacher.Students who would like to help at the festival must have written permission from a parent or guardian.

What time will the festival begin?
A.10A.M.
B.11A.M.
C.1P.M.
D.2P.M.


41、 In line 2,the word feature is closest in meaning to________
A.look
B.keep
C.include
D.entertain


42、
What job will be done the day before the festival begins?
A.Making posters.
B.Setting up the gym.
C.Cleaning up the gym.
D.Helping the performers.


43、
Who is told to talk to Ms.Braxton?
A.Parents.
B.Students.
C.Teachers.
D.Performers. 

44、回答44-63题
Human needs seem endless.They might be regarded as making up several levels.When there is enough money to satisfy one level of needs, another level appears.The first and most basic level of needs involves food.Once this level is satisfied, the second level of needs, clothing and some sort of shelter, appears.By the end of World War Ⅱ , these needs were satisfied for a great majority of Americans.Then a third level appeared.It included such items as automobiles and new houses.
By 1957 or 1958 this third level of needs was fairly well satisfied.Then, in the late 1950s, a fourth level of needs appeared: the "life-enriching   level.While the other levels involve physical satisfaction, that is, the feeding, comfort, safety, and transportation, this level stresses mental needs for recognition, achievement, and happiness.It includes a variety of goods and services.Among them are vacation trips, the best medical and dental care, and recreation.Also included here are fancy goods and the latest styles in clothing.On the fourth level, a lot of money is spent on services, while on the first three levels more is
spent on goods.A fifth level would probably involve needs that can be achieved best by community action.Consumers may be spending more on taxes to pay for government action against disease, ignorance, crime, and prejudice.After filling our stomachs, our clothes closets, our garages, our teeth, and our minds, we now may seek to ensure the health, safety, and leisure to enjoy more fully the good things on the first four levels.

According to the passage, man will begin to think about such needs as housing and clothing only when________
A.he has saved up enough money
B.he has grown dissatisfied with his simple shelter
C.he has satisfied his hunger
D.he has learned to build houses


45、 It can be inferred from the passage that by the end of World War Ⅱ , most Americans________
A.were very rich
B.lived in poverty
C.did not own automobiles
D.had own automobiles
46、 What is the main concern of man on the fourth level?
A.The more goods the better.
B.The more "luxury" items the better.
C.The more mental satisfaction the better.
D.The more earnings the better.


47、 The author tends to think that the fifth level________
A.would be little better than the fourth level
B.may be a lot more desirable than the first four
C.can be the last and most satisfying level
D.will become attainable before the government takes actions

48、 回答48-67题
    Shoes are outer coverings for the foot.They have soles, and most have heels.The upper part of most shoes extend no higher than the ankle.Boots are footwear that reach beyond the ankle.People wear shoes to protect their feet from harsh weather, sharp objects, and uncomfortable surfaces.Shoes are also an important part of people's clothing.As a result, fashion often determines the style of shoes that individuals wear.The desire to be fashionable has led to many unusual shoe styles.In the 1300's, many European men wore shoes called crackowes, which had an extremely long toe.From the 1300's  to the 1700's, some European women wore shoes with really thick soles causing walking to be virtually impossible without support.Shoes once worn in the Orient were connected to a stilt(高跷) as high as six inches.Traditionally, most shoes are made of leather.But many other materials are now used.Including canvas, velvet, and synthetic substances such as plastics.Footwear materials and style vary somewhat, depending on climate, custom, or other differences.Farmers in Netherlands often wear heavy wooden shoes that protect their feet from the damp environment while Japanese wear shoes outside their home but prefer soft slippers at home.In fact, people in some regions often wear foot coverings other than shoes.Some wear sandals during the hot summer and switch to warm boots for the cold winter.

What is the main topic of the passage?
A.The history of the shoes.
B.Shoes around the world.
C.The definition of shoes.
D.Shoes and fashion.


49、 What can be inferred from the passage about different types of shoes?
A.Boots are defined to be higher than shoes.
B.People in the 1300's to 1700's like to wear uncomfortable shoes.
C.People in Japan do not like to wear shoes.
D.History has proven that the best shoes are made of leather.


50、
According to the passage, what is the main reason for people to wear shoes?
A.To look fashionable.
B.To feel comfortable.
C.Because everyone else wears them.
D.To protect their feet.


51、
What is a type of shoes that is mentioned in the passage?
A.Slippers.
B.Sandals.
C.Soles.
D.Crackowes. 

52、回答52-71题
    Sometimes children are kidnapped.Kidnapping is like stealing a child.It is important that kidnapped children are found and brought home as soon as possible.The sooner the public knows about a kidnapping the sooner they might be able to help.Some people decided to start a program that would alert the public about kidnappings right away.This program is called Care Alert.The Care Alert program gives television and radio stations important information about a recently kidnapped child.These stations will then tell the public what happened in hopes that someone might be able to help.Anyone that may have seen something about the kidnapping could then call the police.Sometimes one parent of a child kidnaps his or her own child.These kidnappings are not usually used in the Care Alert program.The Care Alert program is only used when a stranger has taken a child.When a child is kidnapped he is in a lot of danger.It is very important to find him as soon as possible.It is hoped that this new Care Alert program will save children's lives.

What is kidnapping based on the passage7 It is________
A.taking a child away without permission
B.making a child sleeping with a song
C.hugging a child with love
D.saving a child from a stranger


53、 Sometimes one parent of a child will kidnap his or her own child.In this case,________ the Care  Alert program.
A.publics will get information from
B.television may not get information from
C.the parent will be punished by
D.the child will be saved by


54、 The purpose of this new Care Alert program is to save children's________
A.kidnappers
B.lives
C.toys
D.parents


55、 The best title for the article is________
A.Kidnapping Announcement
B.Children's Care
C.Kidnapping Alert
D.Watch Your Kids
五、补全对话
56、

回答56-60题
A.How about her
B.What happened
C.I believe he 
D.poor Alan
E.I can imagine 
F.I guess something
G.Is she fine now
H.I don't know
Robyn: Has Alan shown up yet?
Scottie: Nope.56 might have come up.Robyn: I wonder what happened,
Scottie: 57I hope it's nothing serious.Robyn: Last week his sister was admitted to the hospital.Scottie: Oh? 58 ?
Robyn: His sister had a car accident last week.Scottie: 59 ?
Robyn: She's still in a coma(昏迷).Scottie: Oh, 60His sister is the only relative he has left since his mother died last year.

________


57、 ________


58、 ________


59、 ________


60、 ________

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61、

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