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2005年江西省高校专升本考试英语试卷
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2005年江西省高校专升本考试英语试卷
(供2006年高校专升本考生参考)
  Part I              Listening Comprehension           (20 minutes)
  Section A
  Directions: In this section, you will hear 10 short conversations. At the end of each conversation, a question will be asked about what was said. Both the conversation and the question will be spoken only once. After each question there will be a pause. During the pause, you must read the four choices marked A), B), C) and D), and decide which is the best answer. Then mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center.
  Example: You will hear:
  You will read:  
  A)  At the office.
      B) In the waiting room.
  C) At the airport.
  D) In the restaurant.
  From the conversation we know that the two were talking about some work they had to finish in the evening. This is most likely to have taken place at the office. Therefore, A) “ At the office “ is the best answer. You should choose [A] on the Answer Sheet and mark it with a single line though the center.
       
         Sample Answer  [A] [B] [C] [D]             
  1. A)  They don’t go to the concert. C) Her brother will lend a car to him.
   B)  The subway is fine for her.  D) They’ll rent a car to the concert.
  2. A)  Driving her car. C) Having a meal.
   B)  Typing an essay. D) Going back home.
  3. A)  The movie is excellent. C) He has no time to see it.
   B)  He wants to see it again. D) The movie is not good.
  4. A)  Go to the Seventh Street. C) Get her passport ready.
   B)  Take ten pictures. D) Develop the photos herself.
  5. A)  She’s in a bus. C) She’s on a plane.
   B)  She’s in a train. D) She’s in a taxi.
  6. A)  The woman forgot to bring her raincoat.
   B)  The woman was late for the school bus.
   C)  The woman got wet in the rain.
   D)  The woman lost her way.
  7. A)  Write a letter to Nancy. C) Call Nancy while she was home.
   B)  Meet Nancy and talk with her. D) Make an appointment with Nancy.
  . 
  8. A)  30 dollars. C) 21 dollars.
   B)  24 dollars. D) 15 dollars.
  9. A)  She was stopped by a police.
   B)  She lost her driving license.
   C)  She noticed the speed limit.
   D)  She was walking too fast.
  10.  A)  Teacher and student.
   B)  Doctor and patient.
   C)  Co-workers in an office.
   D)  Manager and employee.
  Section B
  Directions:  In this section, you will hear 3 short passages. At the end of each passage, you will hear some questions. Both the passage and the question will be spoken only once. After you hear a question, you must choose the best answer from the four choices marked A), B), C) and D). Then mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center.
  Passage One
  Questions 11 to 13 are based on the passage you have just heard. 
  11. A)  He was a professor. C) He was an engineer.
   B)  He was a businessman. D) He was an official.
  12. A)  He had to go to the airport early next morning.
   B)  He was going to hire a new driver.
   C)  He would have his old car repaired.
   D)  He and John’s mother would go abroad.
  13. A)  He would take a taxi. C) He would go there by bus.
   B)  He would ride a bike. D) He would walk to school.
  Passage Two
  Questions 14 to 16 are based on the passage you have just heard.
  14. A)  Because he speaks several languages.
   B)  Because he has more experience.
   C)  Because he is patient and kind.
   D)  Because he is a robot.
  15. A)  They are often too busy to ask patients many questions.
   B)  They can’t get enough education to cope with serious diseases.
   C)  Their patients are often unwilling to tell them the truth.
   D)  Their patients often ask them to treat their diseases on holidays.
  16 A)  He can help other doctors to treat patients.
   B)  He can give useful information to other doctors.
   C)  He can take care of other doctors’ patients.
   D)  He can write out prescriptions for other doctors.
   
  Passage Three
  Questions 17 to 20 are based on the passage you have just heard.
  17. A)  In America.
   B)  In Europe.
   C)  In Asia.
   D)  In Canada.
  18. A)  It is 88 stories high.
   B)  It is so far the tallest in the world.
   C)  It is the fifth tallest building in Asia.
   D)  It is as tall as the World Trade Center in New York.
  19 A)  It keeps some of the Chinese traditional style.
   B)  It looks like a huge television tower.
   C)  It is a combination of twin towers.
   D)  It has a supermarket and a grand theater inside.
  20 A)  Most tall buildings are not quite safe.
   B)  New York will not construct new tall buildings.
   C)  It is necessary to build more tall buildings in big cities.
   D)  Tall buildings must be able to withstand earthquakes.
  
  Part II           Reading Comprehension             (40 minutes)
  Directions:  There are 4 passages in this part. Each passage is followed by some questions or unfinished statements. For each of them there are four choices marked A), B), C) and D). You should decide on the best choice and mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center.
  Passage one
  Questions 21 to 25 are based on the following passage.
  In the past, a city’s major shopping district was in its downtown area. People could get downtown more easily than they could get to other parts of the city. Before the 1960s, the best way to travel in a city was on a street-car, a subway, a railroad, or an elevated train. All of these ran on tracks that led downtown.
  As our cities grew outward, people living far from the center of town needed a place they could drive to quickly. Driving downtown was difficult. Finding a parking space downtown was something almost impossible. People also needed a shopping place where they could park easily.
  To meet the shopping needs of people living in the suburbs, groups of businesses moved farther out, too. Today, most suburbs have large shopping centers.
  Modern and well-planned shopping centers are built on large areas of ground. They have even more space for parking than they do for stores. The shopping centers have many different kinds of stores. Often, the shoppers can do all their shopping in one place.
  The very large shopping centers have malls which make shopping pleasant. The mall is an area between stores set aside for walking. Shoppers can stroll(漫步)from store to store and enjoy beautiful fountains, statues, and plants. There are benches so that shoppers may rest. Some shopping centers have malls with roofs that protect shoppers from the weather outside.
  21.  The first paragraph tells us that in the past ________.
  A)    few people drove cars to do shopping
  B) it was convenient to do shopping downtown
  C) people liked to live in downtown areas
  D) street-cars were the main vehicle within a city
  22.  Why did some businesses move from downtown to the suburbs?
  A)    They needed more space to build modern large stores.
  B) People no more liked to do shopping in city centers.
  C) Shopping downtown was difficult due to heavy traffic.
  D) Downtown businesses were not as good as before.
  23.  Nowadays people prefer to go shopping in big malls because malls ________. 
  A)    are close to their homes
  B) have much larger walking space
  C) can shelter people from sunshine
  D) are more pleasant for shoppers
  24.  The passage is mainly about ________.
  A)    changes of people’s shopping habits
  B) the need for modern shopping centers
  C) people’s life in the center of big cities
  D) how to run a business in the suburbs
  25.  We can conclude from the passage that ________.
  A)    suburban areas are beautiful and pleasant places
  B) elevated trains will be built to connect shopping centers
  C) only city people visit big shopping centers
  D) suburban people will have more shopping centers
  Passage Two
  Questions 26 to 30 are based on the following passage.
  When I arrived in Beijing more than five years ago, I had already given blood 79 times. I wanted to continue to be a donor(献血者). But entering a Red Cross clinic(诊所)in Beijing, I was surprised to be received as a hero. For me, a blood donation was simply a good habit and gift of love to humans.
      In Canada, donors can give 450 ml each time, every 51 days. That means six times a year. In China, we can give only 200 ml, every four months.
      In 1984, there were only 19 donors in Beijing who offered their blood for free. One year later, there were 141. In 1986, 1,083, and so on until the figure reached 10,046 in 1990, 14,016 in 1992 and more than double that the following year. There were 41,037 in 1994, and my statistics stop here. I’m so glad to see that the Chinese have understood that giving blood is not dangerous, and that it’s a way to say, in a real communist spirit, “Brother, I love you”.
      In fact, every time I give blood, I think of my blood running in a man or a woman’s veins(血管). Through donation thirteen Chinese have become my relatives now. Giving blood is like giving birth. Some of these thirteen people may have died without my donation; doesn’t that make it worth becoming a volunteer(志愿者)? What makes me even happier is when I can convince a Chinese friend to come with me and become a donor too.
  Things have become easier since May 1, 1996. A Hong Kong donor offered a well-equipped mobile unit to the Red Cross here. The vehicle stands in front of the Xidan Shopping Mall every Wednesday and Sunday morning, from May to the end of October. Donors just need a few minutes. I hope this public example will encourage new donors, and blood donation will become a social trend among the population.
  26.  When the writer first went to the Red Cross clinic in Beijing to donate his blood he was surprised ____.
  A)    how he was respected by the people there
  B) what a good habit blood donation is
  C) that donors only gave 200 ml each time in China
  D) that most Chinese people were willing to donate blood
  27.  The number of voluntary blood donors in Beijing in 1993 is ____.
  A)    more than 30,000    
  B) more than 28,000
  C) more than 15,000
  D) more than 14,000
            
  28.  According to the writer, more and more Chinese are giving blood free because _______.
  A)    they know the advantage of blood donation
  B) they have learned how to donate blood
  C) they have realized its great significance
  D) they know it’s a way to show their generosity
   
  
  29.  The word “that” in Line 3, Para. 4 mostly probably means ____.
  A)    Becoming a volunteer
  B) donating blood
  C) having relatives
  D) saving people’s life
  30. The purpose of the writer in writing this passage is to ____.
  A)    explain blood donation is not harmful to the donor’s health
  B) convince readers of the importance of blood donation
  C) tell us his donation experience in China
  D) show people how to give blood free
  Passage Three
  Questions 31 to 35 are based on the following passage.
  Don’t Waste Advertising Dollars
  The most important aspect of direct mail marketing(直邮营销)isn’t a creative letter or an attractive offer. It’s a good mailing list of customers. In fact, advertising professionals say that as much as 60 percent of your success in direct mail depends on getting the right names. But before you can find the perfect list, you need to define your ideal customer based on factors such as:
  l Geographic location
  l Age, sex and income level
  l Profession or educational level
  l Hobbies
  l Size of a company
  If you’re trying to sell luxury cars(豪华轿车)to rich people, it’s obviously a waste of money to mail an offer to those who earn $30,000 a year.  But that’s just what some companies do.  This is truly one area where you can be “penny wise and pound foolish.”  You can try to search for mailing lists yourself. But it’s generally best to find a broker(经纪人)who can identify the right lists for your company. Then, make sure the names are readily available. A list may be only 12 months old and has many names and addresses on it. But it can no longer be accurate(精确)because people move, close post office boxes, retire, and make other changes.
  31.  The phrase “an attractive offer” (Line 2, Para. 1) in the passage probably means ________.
  A)    valuable products
  B) direct mail marketing
  C) a good mailing list
  D) something cheap
  32.  What is considered most important in direct mail marketing?
  A)    Writing a friendly letter.
  B) Getting the right names.
  C) Giving a low price.
  D) Having a list of customers.
  33. What is an ideal customer (Line 4, Para. 1) according to the passage?
  A)    One who will buy your products or service.
  B) One who will buy a luxury car.
  C) One who is richer than others.
  D) One who is not very poor.
  34.  If a man is “penny wise and pound foolish” (Line 3, Para. 2), people think he is ________.
  A)    a person who saves up every bit of money
  B) a person who is only capable of doing small things
  C) a person who is sometimes clever and sometimes foolish
  D) a person who can deal with different kinds of situations
  35.  It’s very important that you can get in touch with the names on the list, because ________.
  A)    people are always changing
  B) people move frequently
  C) mailing lists are very expensive
  D) mailing lists are seldom accurate
  
  Passage Four
  Questions 36 to 40 are based on the following passage.
  The laptop computer(便携式电脑)is popular all over the world because it is small enough for us to put on the upper part of our legs. People use them on trains and airplanes, in airports and hotels. These computers connect people to their workplace. In the United States today, they also connect students to their classmates.
  Westlake College in Virginia will start a laptop computer program that allows students to do schoolwork anywhere they want. Within five years, each of the 1500 students at the college will get a laptop. Westlake College has started a large computer program for its students. With laptop computers, the students will be connected not only to the Internet but also to libraries. In addition, they can use e–mail to “speak” with their teachers, their classmates, and their families. However, the most important part of the laptop computer program is that students will be able to use computers without going to computer labs. They can work with it at home, in a fast–food restaurant or under the trees---anywhere at all.
  At Westlake College, more than 90 percent of the students use computers, either desktop (台式)or laptop, but the laptop users can work and study in any of the places. Just as one of the Westlake teachers said, “Here we are in the middle of the city and we’re giving students a window on the world.”
  36. The laptop computer is becoming more and more popular because it is _________.
  A)    very convenient to use in a lot of places
  B) cheap enough for everyone to get one
  C) small enough to put into one’s pocket
  D) easy to take to and from classrooms
  37. What is the main purpose of the laptop computer program in Westlake College?
  A)    To give the students more free time to do their school work..
  B) To give the students help in their homework out of classes.
  C) To offer the students more chances to work in the future.
  D) To allow the students to do school work anywhere.
  38. Which of the following is TRUE according to the passage?
  A)    90 percent of the teachers and students in Westlake College use computers.
  B) Today most students in Westlake College do their studies outside the classrooms.
  C) Westlake College is making a program to encourage students to use laptops.
  D) Students in Westlake College can do everything they like to.
  39. What is the meaning of the words “giving the students a window on the world” in the last
  sentence of the passage?
  A)    Showing them pictures of the world.
  B) Giving them chances to travel around the world.
  C) Offering them Information from around the world.
  D) Inviting their teachers from other countries.
  40. We can learn from the passage that __________.
  A)    laptop computers are difficult to use
  B) laptop computers are more powerful than desktop
  C) Westlake College is a very rich university
  D) Westlake College’s students will mainly use laptops
   
   
   
  Part III                Vocabulary and Structure              (15 minutes)
  Directions:  There are 30 incomplete sentences in this part. For each sentence there are four choices marked A), B), C) and D). Choose the ONE answer that best completes the sentence. Then mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center.
  A)  worked C) being worked
  B)  working D) having worked
  41. Most of the employees ________ in this company are young people.
  42.  It might be days ________ the patient can stand on his own feet.
  A)  when C)  before
  B)  as D) after
                  
  43. All ________ the people want are lasting peace and social progress.
  A)  what C)  those
  B)  such  D) which
  44.  We plan to finish the work on the 15th of next month. By then, we ________ for ten weeks.
  A)  are working C)  were working
  B)  have been worked D) will have worked
  45. We have nothing to do now but ________ till John comes back.
  A)  wait C)  to wait
  B)  to be waiting D) waiting
  46. ________ was from his father that he first heard of Ba Jin, the great Chinese writer.
  A)  That C)  Which
  B)  It D) What
  47. According to his report, the sales of our goods are to go up ____ 8.6 percent this year.
  A)  at C)  by
  B)  in D) with
  48.  She went on with her study and became successful at last _______ independence.
  A)  in line with C)  by means of
  B)  in case of D) with regard to
  
  49. Don’t worry. We’ll ________ all the debts we owe you within two years.
  A)  bring about C)  get away
  B)  take off D) pay off
  50.  The United Nations expressed the hope ________ the two sides should soon stop fighting in the area.
  A)  which C)  what
  B)  that D) when
  51.  His fellow workers saw him fall down and blood came out from the open ________.
  A)  wound C)  injury
  B)  hurt D) damage
  52.  ________ in Shanghai for more than ten years, she knows the city very well.  
  A)  Having been lived C)  Having lived
  B)  Lived D) Living
  53.  After they washed, Mom provided paper ________ for the children to dry their hands on.
  A)  tours C)  towers
  B)  towels D) towns
  
  54.  New technologies and skills will speed up the ________ of information.
  A)  advance C)  transfer
  B)  movement D) progress
  55. Mr. White is so self-confident that it never ________ to him that sometimes he should listen to others.
  A)  happens C)  reminds
  B)  occurs  D) reveals
  56. Susan is now in a famous university in the South, ________ in history.
  A)  majoring C)  taking
  B)  working D) dealing
  57. Concentrating on her writing, Mary was not ________ of what had happened around the
  house.
  A)  worthy C)  considerate
  B)  sensitive D) aware
  58. The old lady offered a $50 ________ to the kids in the neighborhood who had helped to find
  her cat.
  A)  reward C)  award
  B)  prize  D) praise
    
  59.  The United States is rich ____________ most of the metals and minerals needed to supply its
  basic industries.
  A)  with   C)  for
  B)  as D) in
  60.  By the end of this year, it ____________ 16 years since the emergence of the World Wide
  Web as an electronic–publishing vehicle.
  A)  has been C)  will be
  B)  will have been D) had been
  61.  We hope that such a book ________ is helpful to our research work is on sale.
  A)  that C)  which
  B)  as D) till
    
  62.  While I ________ down the street, I noticed a police car over there.
  A)  walked C)  would walk
  B)  had walked D) was walking
          
  63.  I hoped that the book was as ________ as the one you lent me.
  A)  good C)  better
  B)  well D) best
   
  64.  Children are encouraged to _____ feelings of sadness that they may be holding inside.
  A)  say C)  indicate
  B)  express D) demonstrate
  65.  The teacher told the class to ______their exercises while he was out of the classroom.
  A)  go on with C)  look out of
  B)  live up to D) take part in
  66. If you carefully think it ______ again, you will find a way out.
  A)  about C)  along
  B)  up D) over
            
  67. The police ________ for the thief in the region at the moment.
  A)  are running      C)  are reaching
  B)  are searching D) are charging
  68.  She is so kind that all of us like to make friends ______ her.
  A)  of C)  with
  B)  by                          D) to
   
  69.  He ______ the news from the radio. You needn’t go to tell him.
  A)  learns C)  will be learning
  B)  had learnt    D) must have learnt
  70.  We have four typewriters in our office, but ________ of them are in good order.
  A)  none C)  neither
  B)  not D) no
   
   
  
      
  Part IV                      Cloze                      (15 minutes)
  Directions:  There are 20 blanks in the following passage. For each blank there are four choices marked A), B), C) and D) on the paper. You should choose the ONE that best fits into the passage. Then mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center.
   
  Large cities are too big to control. They   71     their own living conditions on the people who    72    in them. City dwellers(居民)are often     73    by their environment to    74     a wholly unnatural way of life. They lose   75    with the land beauty of nature.
  It is possible to live such an air-conditioned existence in a large city that you are   76      aware of the seasons. A few flowers in a public park may    77     you that it is spring or summer. A few leaves hanging    78     the tree may remind you that it is autumn. Beyond that,
  79    is going on in nature seems totally unrelated.   80   the distinction between day and night is   81   .
  The funny thing about it all is that you pay    82    for the “privilege” of living in a city. The demand   83   accommodation is so great that it is often impossible for ordinary people to buy a house   84    their own. Unbelievable rents must be paid for tiny flats which even country hens   85    refuse to live in.   86    from accommodation, the cost of living is very high.
  In addition to all    87    , city dwellers live   88    constant threat. The crime rate in most cities is very high. Houses are broken    89     with alarming frequency. Cities    90   crime and violence and are full of places you would be afraid to visit at night. If you think about it, they are not really fit to live in at all.  
  71.  A) impose   B) depend   C) charge   D) confirm
  72.  A) maintain    B) stay        C) retain      D) survive
  73.  A) pushed     B) transformed  C) driven    D) forced
  74.  A) construct   B) adapt       C) adopt     D) receive
  75. A) knowledge  B) notice     C) touch    D) relation
  76.  A) badly      B) nearly        C) barely      D) boldly
  77.  A) reform     B) remind     C) find       D) remember
  78.  A) on       B) to   C) for   D) with
  79.  A) what      B) it             C) that        D) which
  80.  A) Still       B) Even          C) Whereas    D) While
  81.  A) drawn     B) lost           C) remained    D) disappeared
  82.  A) hardly      B) mainly   C) suitably      D) highly
  83.  A) for         B) on            C) in         D) to
  84.  A) of         B) by           C) to           D) in
  85.  A) do         B) could         C) must         D) would
  86  A) Except     B) Apart         C) Despite       D) Beyond
  87.  A) which       B) such   C) this         D) those
  88.  A) upon       B) among   C) against       D) under
  89.  A) on          B) against  C) into           D) by
  90.  A) compose     B) include        C) breed         D) convert 
   
  Part V                  Writing                        (30 minutes)
  Directions:  For this part you are required to write a poster entitled Contribution Wanted. You should write the poster on the basis of the following instructions given in Chinese. Remember to write the poster in the space given on the Composition sheet.
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