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2009年12月河南省成人高等教育本科毕业生申请学士学位外国语水平统一考试英语 绝密★启用前 2009年12月河南省成人高等教育本科毕业生申请学士学位外国语水平统一考试英语试题册(A)     注意事项 一、将自己的姓名、准考证号、接受申请单位填写在答题卡和答题纸上。考生必须填划相应的试卷类型和报考语种,否则不给分。 二、在120分钟内答完全部试题,不得拖延时间。考试结束后把答题卡和答题纸放在桌上,监考人员收卷后方可离开考场,答题卡、答题纸和试题册不得带走。 三、多项选择题的答案一定要填划在答题卡上,翻译与作文写在答题纸上。凡是写在试题册上的答案无效。 四、多项选择题只能选一个答案,多选作废,选定答案后,用HB浓度以上的铅笔在相应字母的中部划一条横线,正确方法是:[A]    [B ]   [C]    [D]  使用其他符号答题者不给分,划线要有一定粗度和浓度;答题纸一律用钢笔或圆珠笔书写。 五、如果要改动答案,必须先川橡皮擦净原来选定的答案,然后再按照上面的规定重新答题。 Part I  Vocabulary and Structure    (20 points,20 minutes) Directions: There are 20 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.  1. More than 800.000 people in the United States are now employed in jobs _______to computers. A. Associated    B. connected     C. related      D. linked 2.  The bill came, and when I paid it I found.that I had only enough for a quite inadequate_____. A. tip        B. fee       C. Tuition         D. pay 3.  Ancient Egyptians knew how to________dead bodies from decay. A. preserve    B. conserve   C. reserve    D. deserve 4. _______I regard as most important is that people have come to realize the importance of healthy living.  A. Everything        B. All        C. What        D. That 5. With more than 205 bars. pubs and restaurants. there is_______ something for everyone to do in Liverpool. A. often        B. always     C. seldom     D. hardly 6.________some say China has become the world's manufacturer. A. It is wonderful          B. It is without wonder    C. No wonder             D. There is not any wonder 7.  Stephen Hawking has worked on the basic laws which_______ universe. A. manipulate             B. direct C. perform                D. govern 8. My father seemed to be in no_______ to look at my school report. A. feeling     B. attitude    C. emotion    D. mood 9. Having decided to rent a flat,.we_______contacting all the accommodation agencies in the city. A. set about           B. set down C. set out             D. set up 10. The new appointment of our president_______from the very beginning of next semester. A. takes effect                  B. takes part C. takes place                   D.takes times 11.John has been the only one of the students who________to France.     A. has been                     B. have been     C. had been                   D. has being 12. When I saw  her smiling face. I knew she ______ good news of her driving test.    A. has     B. has had    C. had had    D. was having 13. The culture and customs or America are more like_______of England than of any other country.    A. that    B. what      C. which      D. those 14. It was ______ that he had to ask for help.    A. so big work               B. so big job    C. such a big work            D. such a big job 15. I remember _______ to help us if we ever got into trouble.    A. once offering him        B. him once offering    C. him to offer             D. to offer him 16. When______with a strong enemy. they had always retreated.    A. being faced              B. facing    C. faced                   D.being facing 17. Don't you think it is time that you_______smoking?    A. give up                 B. would give up    C. gave up                 D. must give up 18. Hot _______it was, he still went out.    A. even though            B. however    C. As                    D. despite 19. It is not ______many years later after their mental and physical maturity that his children began to know the truth of their mother. A. for      B. during      C. as long as      D. until 20. Only recently______to realize the dangers caffeine might bring to our health. A. that scientists began     B. have scientists begun C. scientists have begun    D. that did scientists begin Part II            Cloze Test             (10 points, 10 minutes) Directions:There are 10 blanks in the.following passage. For each blank there are four choices marked A. B. C and D  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.     Today in the United States. the car is the most popular sort of transportation in all of the United States. It has completely  21  the horse as a means of everyday transportation. Americans use their car for nearly 90 per cent of all personal trip.      Most Americans are able to buy cars. The average price of a recently made car was 2,050 in 1950, 2,740 in 1960 and up to 4,750  22  1975.During this period American car manufacturers set about  23  their products and work efficiency. As a result, the yearly income of the 24   family increased from 1950 to 1975 faster than the price of cars. For this reason  25  a new car takes a smaller  26  0f a family's total earnings today.      In 1951 proportionally it took 8.1 months of an average family's  27  to buy a new car. In 1962 a new car  28  8.3 0f a family's annual earnings. By 1957 it only took 4.75 month's income. In addition,the 1975 cars were technically  29  to models from previous years.      The influence of the automobile extends throughout the economy  30  the car is so important to Americans. Americans spend more money to keep their cars running than on any other item. 21.A.denied    B. reproduced    C. replaced    D. ridiculed 22.A. on       B.in            C. behind     D. about 23. A. raising      B. making     C. reducing      D. improving 24. A. unusual     B. interested    C. average      D. biggest 25. A. bringing     B. obtain      C. bought      D. purchasing 26. A. part       B. half       C.number       D. side 27. A. income    B. work       C. plans       D. debts 28. A.used      B. spent       C. cost       D. needed 29. A. famous     B. superior     C. fastest      D. brand-new 30. A. then     B.as      C. so      D. which Part III   Reading Comprehension         (40 points. 40minutes) 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. Questions 31 to 35 are based on the following passage:       Though it is a mere one to three percent of the population. the upper class possesses at least 25 percent of the nation's wealth。This class has two segments: upper-upper and lower-upper. Basically. the upper-upper class is the “old rich”---families that have been wealthy for several generations-an aristocracy of birth and wealth. Their names are in the Social Register. a listing of acceptable members of high society. A few are known across the nation. such as the Rockefellers. Roosevelts,and Vandrbilts. Most are not visible to the general public. They have no relation to the rest of the community. drawing their income from the investment of their inherited wealth. By contrast. the lower-upper class is the “new rich”. Although they may be wealthier than some of the old rich.the new rich have been greedy to make their money like everybody else beneath their class. Thus their prestige is generally lower than that of the old rich. who have not found it necessary to lift a finger to make their money. and who tend to look down upon the new rich.      However its wealth is acquired, the upper class is very,very rich.They have enough money and leisure time to cultivate an interest in the arts and to collect rare books. paintings. and sculptures. They generally live in exclusive areas. belong to exclusive social clubs. communicate with each other and marry their own kind-all of which keeps them so distant from the masses that they have been called the out-of-sight class.More than any other class. they tend to be conscious of being members of a class. They also command an enormous amount of power and influence here and abroad. as they hold many top government positions. run the council on foreign relations. and control multinational corporations,Their actions affect the lives of millions. 3 I . All the following statements are true EXCEPT that ______.               .      A. the upper-upper class is of aristocratic origin      B. the -old rich-enjoy higher prestige than the "new rich'     C. the "old rich' isolate themselves and lead a lonely life     D. the upper class owns at least a quarter of the country 's wealth 32. The -old rich" get richer________.     A. through the Social Register             B. Through their reputation     C. by investing their inherited wealth       D. to be pleasing 33. The reason why the "old rich" look down upon the “new rich” is that     A. the former are wealthier than the latter     B. the latter thirst for money     C. the "new rich" have no interest in arts     D. the"old rich" are conscious of being members of the upper class 34. The upper class is also called the out-of-sight class be
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