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2024年吉林农业大学成人高考专升本入学考试英语真题 

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第一部分:选择题单选

PartⅠ Vocabulary and Structure

1. It’s no use telephoning me at the office this week because I’m    D     .

A) on leave       B) on holidays     

C) by my leave    D) on business

2. She is pleased with what you have given him and     D    you have told him.

A) that     B) which    

C) all what  D) all that

3. He as well as I     C    you.

A) agree with       B) agree to

C) agrees with      D) am to agree

4. There are seven students from Japan,      B  are from Iran, and     are from         places.

A) Other….the rest…others      

B) Others….the rest…..other

C) The other…rest…another     

D) Another…the rest…the other

5. I found that my cheating in yesterday’s English test    C     to my parents that very evening.

A) reported      B) be reported     

C) had been reported   D) is reported

6. The police accused him of setting fire to the apartment but he denied   D   in the area on the night of the fire.

A) have been     B) to be  

C) to have been     D) having been

7. He got home     D  Christmas Day and he had a good time       the Christmas holidays.

A) at, in     B) on, at

C) in, on       D) on, in

8. If he had put the gold watch in a safe place, he    A   it.

A)would not have lost    B) will not lose  C) would not lose  D) would not lost

9. He has been asked to account   D   his absence.

A) of    B) on    C) about    D) for

10. I don’t like this wine, I like    A     wine.

A) some other         B) some others    C) other   D) another

11. It is necessary that one    B     an entrance examination to be admitted to a college.

A) will take    B) take

C) takes         D) is to take

12. He was    C     with murder.

A) accused     B) arrested    

C) charged         D) sentenced

13. The neighbors do not consider him quite   B     as most evening he awakens them with his drunken singing.

A) respectful B) respectable

C) respective D) respected

14. John felt sorry because the film    A   when he        the cinema.

A) had begun, reached    B) begun, got to   C) had begun, arrived   D) begun, arrived

15. The children were    B     for getting their shoes and socks wet.

A) suffered     B) accused   

C) scolded  D) complained

16. How did it come     A    that you made a lot of mistakes in your homework?

A) about   B) to   C) after    D) with

17. By the end of this term I   A      my Master’s degree.

A) shall have obtained        

B) shall obtain

C) may have obtained       

D) ought to have obtained

18. Only one little boy     A    the accident; everyone else was killed.

A) survived      B) suffered     

C) submitted     D) succeeded

19. Whether he agrees or not will be    B     consequence to our decision.

A) no        B) of no 

C) little    D) making little

20. He often comes to class    C     .

A) lately         B) to be late    

C) late   D) be late

21. I had hoped     C    my letter.

A) her to answer    B) that she answer    C) that she would answer D)her answering

22. We did not find     C    to prepare for the worst conditions we might face.

A) it worth       B) it worthy   

C) it worthwhile  D) worth our while

23. Many an airplane and many a big gun    B     in the exhibition.

A) are shown     B) has been shown

C) has shown   D) shown

24. I am very keen on sports,     D    ?

A) don’t I      B) didn’t I  

C) am not I       D) aren’t I

25. John is the only one of the staff members who   A      to be transferred,

A) is going  B) are going    

C) have been going D) has been going

26. If he    C     medicine yesterday, he would be well now.

A) took          B) would take    

C) had taken      D) would have taken

27. We prefer that the plan   A      before being put into execution.

A) be fully discussed  

B) must be fully discussed

C) will be fully discussed  

D) is fully discussed

28. She is such an irritation woman. I don’t known how you can    B     her.

A) put up  B) put up with

 C) stand up with  D) stand with

29. There are twelve of us, so    B     get into the car at the same time.

A) we any not at all    B) we can’t all  C) all we may not      D) all we can’t

30. Why do you stand and watch the milk    A     over?

A) boiling      B) boiled

C) to boil        D) being boiled

31. I have always   A      to visit my mother on her birthday.

A) made it a point B) made great efforts  C) made up my mind   D) made decisions

32. It never     D   to me that he would defeat the strong boxer.

A) happened    B) struck         

C) revealed    D) occurred

33. There are many problems   B      at the meeting.

A) solved    B) to be solved     

C) solving   D) having been solved

34. By the end of this term I   A      my Master’s degree.

A) shall have obtained  B) shall obtain C) may have obtained D) ought to have obtained

35. It is not clear that he is D  the trip.

A) enjoy     B) plan   C) on to  D) up to

36. I tried to get out of the business,    B      I found impossible.

A) who  B) which  C) that  D) what

37. You are old enough to    D     your own living.

A) win    B) maintain   C) gain D) earn

38. He is a very honest official and never   A     any gifts from people who sought his help.

A) accepted     B) received       

C) took up     D) excepted

39. If there is a strike of bus drivers, they  A      walk to school.

A) may have to    B) must have to     

C) may have      D) must have

40. Helen apologized for    B     the party.

A) her not being able to attend   

B) her being not able to attend

C) her being able not to attend   

D) not her being able to attend

41. He     C    the day when he would see his home again.

A) look forward   B) countered on  

C) longed for      D) figured out

42. If you want to telephone him, you will have to   D      the number in the book.

A) look at          B) look to     

C) look through      D) look up

43. The girl is not     D    she used to be.

A) that    B) which    C) as   D) what

44. He gave      C   came into the room a newly-published textbook.

A) who B) whom         

C) whoever        D) whomever

45. It is almost impossible to   C     the situation because it is very complicated.

A) recover      B) preserve     

C) describe         D) maintain

46. When the lecture was going on, he came in    C   .

A) with no one notice     

B) with no one to notice

C) without being noticed  

D) without anyone noticing

47. The professor gave orders that the test   C      before 10:30.

A) will finish    B) will be finished  

C) be finished    D) shall finished

48. Whether he agrees or not will be    B    consequence to our decision.

A) no          B) of no          

C) little        D) making little

49. The meeting has been     D    till next Tuesday.

A) put over      B) put in     

C) put away      D) put off

50. He will probably be awarded a Nobel Prize on account of his   C      achievements in chemistry.

A) high   B) worthwhile      

C) outstanding D) powerful

51. The driver broke the traffic rules. He was sure    B    .

A) to be fining    B) to be fined

C) being fined    D) to fine

52. He looks as if he     C   nothing about the news.

A) would know  B) knew

C) would have known  D) should know

53. He paid the boy $10 for washing ten windows, most of  D        hadn’t been cleaned for at least a year.

A) who   B) those   C) that  D) which

54. If I can get     D   with my exams, I’ll take a long vacation.

A) under  B) beyond C) behind D) through

55. Only when it rains   A      .

A) does the river overflow       

B) the river does overflow

C) overflow does the river     

D) overflows the river

56. I am doubtful     A    he is still alive.

A) that  B) whether    C) what   D) when

57. Many things    A     impossible in the past are common today.

A) considered    B) to consider    

C) which consider  D) considering

58. We can sail there in an hour, if the wind is favorable   D      us.

A) of     B) at    C) with      D) to

59. Sarah is the only one of the youngest girls   D      in the band.

A) who play      B) that play  

C) which plays      D) who plays

60. The number of people    B     now is greater than it was last year this time.

A) out of date     B) out of work   

C) out of the question D) out of other

61. If you had worked hard before, you   B      about the coming exam now.

A) would not be worried     

B) would not have been worried

C) could not be worried      

D) could not have been worried

62. He planned     B    this experiment yesterday, but he didn’t find time to do so.

A) to have made    B) to make     

C) making          D) to do

63. It is desired that he    C     everything ready before nine.

A) got  B) gets  C) get     D) has got

64. I’m sorry I missed     B     you while in Beijing.

A) to see         B) seeing          

C) to have seen  D) having seen

65. It is the best that we    C    the plan to sometime later.

A) shall postpone to draft   

B) shall postpone drafting

C) should postpone drafting 

D) should postpone to draft

66. He insisted that he was quite  D      the charge.

A) inferior to     B) amused at     

C) innocent of   D) qualified for

67. If all your deeds are really good, you   D    .

A) needn’t to have fear about your investigations   

B) needn’t have fear you being investigated

C) need have no fear for their having investigated  

D) need have no fear of their being investigated

68. She came to see me   A     I would help her.

A) in the hope that  B) hold out hope that  C) in the hope of  D) place the hope upon

69. Alice usually   A     her little brother when her parents are away from home.

A) looks after   B) looks on

C) looks for      D) looks about

70. He bought a    C    picture of two men working in a field.

A) three-hundreds-year-old

B) three-hundred-years-old

C) three-hundred-year-old      

D) three-hundred-year-olds

71. You could find he was surprised from the   B     on his face.

A) shock  B) look  C) sight D) appearance

72. He had been using my good handkerchief    D     a dust cloth!

A) out    B) up       C) with  D) for

73. I don’t want   C     of the two magazines. Please show me        .

A) any;the other    B) both;another

C) either;another D) neither;the other

74. It was not until it got dark   A     working.

A) that they stopped B) when they stopped  C) did they stop D) that they didn’t stop

75. You never told me you have seen the film,   C     ?

A) had you  B) didn’t you  

C) did you  D) weren’t you

76. He was not     C   enough to give the old woman his seat on the bus.

A) modest    B) concerned  

C) considerate  D) moderate

77. I don’t think I could      A   another night without sleep.

A) stand   B) support C) put up D) carry

78. He decided to go     C    some job advertisements.

A) look at        B) so to look at    

C) and look at        D) for looking at

79. He has learned English and German. Now he is going to learn   D      language.

A) others  B) other  C) some  D) another

80. I don’t want to use Mary’s ball pen because I don’t like   A      .

A) that ball pen of hers  

B) that her ball pen

C) her that ball pen      

D) that ball pen of her

81. Will you be so kind    C     me a favor, Sir?

A) as to do       B) as doing  

C) to do          D) enough to do

82. She has lost her handbag with     A    of money in it.

A) a considerable sum

B) an important sum

C) a valuable sum   

D) an extraordinary sum

83. The driver tried to   D      the accident by bringing the car to a sudden stop.

A) cause B) control C) minimize D) prevent

84. It is true that the old road is less direct and so a bit longer. We don’t take the new one,    B   , because we don’t feel safe on it.

A) anyway        B) though   

C) therefore     D) because

85. By the end of next month, the bridge   C     .

A) will be built     B) has been built

C) will have been built D) is to be built

86. Many of the world’s great novels are reported   C     into films last year.

A) to be made     B) to make       

C) to have been made D) to have made

87. If the sun     C    itself out, all the life on the earth would be extinct.

A) has burnt      B) had burnt      

C) burnt         D) would burn

88. I still can’t    B    why she married a man like that.

A) reason out    B) figure out       

C) make believe   D) take in

89. It is a common observation    B     adults do not like poetry.

A) in which  B) that  C) as  D) therefore

90. It was twenty years ago     D   he joined the party.

A) as    B) when    C) since D) that

91. He’ll never succeed,     C     hard he tries.

A) whatever       B) though         

C) however        D) if

92. Do you know     D    the repairs?

A) to do      B) how to do   

C) to make         D) how to make

93. He is looking for a job that will give him greater     C    for initiative.

A) place B) scope C) space D) suitability

94. I’m sorry to hear that Peter and Dick have   C      . They were such good friends.

A) fallen       B) dropped off  

C) fallen out        D) dropped out

95. He couldn’t even rent a cheapest car,   A       this one.

A) let alone buy       

B) let alone to buy

C) to say nothing in buying          

D) to say nothing to buy

96. It can not be   A      strongly emphasized that economy is the foundation of a country.

A) too  B) very        C) as   D) so

97. I could do it myself but I’d sooner you    D     it.

A) would do     B) do   

C) have done    D) had done

98. He doesn’t know the answer    D     I’ve told him several times.

A) in spite      B) even          

C) while         D) although

99. By the end of July, you   A     here for three years.

A) will have studied  B) studies

C) will study  D) have studied

100. If the weather was fine, I  D      walk home from work each evening.

A) used       B) was used to

C) use to     D) used to

第二部分:阅读理解

Part II  Reading Comprehension

Passage 1

The potential of closed-circuit television and other electronic teaching tools is so great that it is inspiring to imagine “the school of tomorrow”

Televised lessons will be given in a central building having perhaps four or five master studios. The lessons will be carried into classrooms all over a city, or even an entire country.

After a televised lesson has been given, the classroom teacher will take over for the all important “follow-up” period. The students will ask any troublesome questions, and difficult points will be cleared up through discussion.

The teacher in the classroom will have Additional electronic tools on the teacher’s desk; the traditional bright red apple will have been replaced by a multiple-control panel and magnetic tape players. The tape machines will run pre-recorded lessons which pupils will follow by head-phones. The lessons will be specifically connected closely to the student’s level of ability. For instance, while the class as a whole studies history, each student will receive an individual history lesson directed to his particular level of ability

Should questions arise, the students will be to talk directly to the teacher on individual “intercoms” without disturbing the rest of the class. In this way, the teacher will be able to conduct as many as three classes at the same time.

1. Closed- circuit television will probably carry lesson to   D     .

A) a single classroom    B) in school

C) all the classrooms in the world     D) all the classrooms in a city or a country

2.After the televised lesson   D     .

A) the students will go to their next class

B) the classroom teacher will take over

C) the students will ask questions

D) both B and C

3. In the schools of tomorrow, the teacher’s desk will    A    .

A) contain electronic equipment  

B) actually be a television set

C) no longer exist               

D) look like an isolation cabin

4. In the schools of tomorrow, students will    B    .

A) all study different subjects at the same time

B) study at different levels within a subject at the same time

C) not study

D) not have to read books

5. Electronic tools will enable the teacher    A    .

A) teach more than one class at the same time        

B) retire

C) teach only a small number of pupil     D) rely on TV stations only

Passage 2

In spite of the strong opposition to new and stricter environmental laws, however, it is still possible to attack the problem of chemical pollution; but we must attack it from three directions. First, we need more independent research into the effects of chemicals by scientists who are not paid by the government or by large industrial companies. Second, scientists need to educate the general public and inform them about the dangers of chemicals in the environment. If the public knows that a certain chemical threatens the health of their children, then it will put pressure on politicians in local and national governments. If the politicians want to remain in office, they will take action to correct the situation. Third, economists need to educate governments about the long-term economic costs of chemicals. It will be extremely expensive to clean areas of land which are contaminated(污染)by chemicals; it will be even more costly to give medical treatment to people who are suffering from serious illnesses after exposure to dangerous chemicals. If governments realize this, the short-term economic benefits of chemicals will seem much less attractive to them.

If we can put pressure on governments in these three ways, perhaps they will begin to behave more responsibly. They will perhaps pass new laws against pollution and enforce them strictly. Perhaps, then, the chemical producers will begin to behave more responsibly.

6. Which of the following might be the best title for the passage?  D  

A) The Environment in Danger.          B) The Problem of Chemical Pollution.

C) New and Strict Environmental Laws.    D) Possible Solutions to Chemical Pollution.

7. Which of the following statements best describes the organization of the passage?   

   C  

A) Two contrasting views of a problem are presented.

B) A procedure is explained and its importance is emphasized.

C) A general statement is given and possible ways are presented.

D) Recent scientific advancements are outlined in order of importance.

8. Which of the following is true of the governments mentioned in the passage?  C  

A) They are already behaving in an extremely responsible way.

B) They do not believe that it is possible to solve the chemical pollution.

C) They think chemicals do little harm to the health of humans.

D) They are unwilling to stop the use of certain chemicals.

9. Which of the following can be inferred from the passage?   B  

 A) The economy is more important to governments than the people’s health is.

 B) Governments think chemicals bring them more economic benefits than economic costs.

 C) The public knows enough about the dangers of chemical pollution.

 D) The governments fully realize the long-term economic costs of chemical pollution.

10. According to the passage, what will happen if the governments stop the use of some chemicals?  A  

 A) The economy of the countries will suffer.              

 B) Unemployment in the countries will grow.

 C) Some people and scientists will criticize them.       

 D) The chemical producers will strongly protest.

Passage 3

The accuracy of scientific observations and calculations is always at the mercy of the scientist’s time-keeping methods. For this reason, scientists are interested in devices that give promise of more precise time-keeping.

In their search for precision, scientists have turned to atomic clocks that depend on various vibrating atoms or molecules to supply their “ticking”. This is possible because each kind of atom or molecule has its own characteristic rate of vibration. Atom on ammonia, for example, vibrates or “ticks” 24 billion times a second.

One such atomic clock is so accurate that it will probably lose no more than a second in 3000years. It will be of great important in fields such as astronomical observation and long range navigation. The heart of this Atomichron is a cesium atom that vibrates 9.2billiontimes a second when heated to the temperature of boiling water.

An atomic clock that operates with an ammonia molecule may be used to check the accuracy of predictions based on Einstein’s relativity theories, according to which a clock in motion and a clock at rest should keep time differently. Placed in an orbiting satellite moving at a speed of 18,000 miles an hour, the clock could broadcast its time reading on a similar model. Whatever differences develop would be checked against the differences predict.

11. The selection says that the accuracy of scientific observation depends on   B   .

A) methods of measurement              

B) time keeping methods

C) basic assumptions                   D) earlier experiments

12. Atomic clocks difference according to   D   .

A) function                            B) the type of molecule or atom used             

C) the rate of vibration D) both b and c

13. The Atomichron will be used in   A   .

A) making astronomical observation      B) broadcasting

C) measuring vibration rates            D) all of the above

14. From the selection, we may assume that temperature changes   B   .

A) affect only ammonia molecules

B) may affect the vibration rate of atoms

C) affect the speed at which atoms travel

D) do not affect atoms in any way

15. An appropriate title for this selection would be  A    .

A) A Peacetime Use of the Atom           B) Atoms and Molecules

C) The Satellite Timekeeper              D) The Role of the Clock

Passage 4

The development of Jamestown in Virginia during the second half the seventeenth century was closely related to the making and the use of bricks. There are several practical reasons why bricks become important to the colony.

Although the forests could initially supply sufficient timber, the process of lumbering(采伐) was extremely difficult, particularly because of the lack of roads.

Later, when the timber on the peninsular (半岛) had been depleted (耗尽),wood had  to be brought from some distance. Building stone was also in short supply. However, as clay was plentiful. It was inevitable that the colonists should turn to brick—making.

In additional to practical reason for using brick as the principal construction material, there was also an ideological reason. Brick represented durability and permanence. The Virginia Company of London instructed the colonists to build hospitals and new residences out of brick.

In 1662, the Town Act of the Virginia Assembly provided for the construction of thirty-two brick buildings and prohibited the use of wood as a construction material. Had this law ever been successfully en forced, Jamestown would have been a model city. Instead, the residents failed to comply fully with the law; and by 1699 Jamestown had collapsed into a pile of rubble with only three or four habitable houses.

16. In the first half of 1600’s. most buildings in Jamestown were probably   C    .

A) earth  B) stone  C) wood  D) brick

17. which of the following was NOT a reason for using brick in construction?  D  

  A) Wood had to be brought from some distance.

  B) There was considerable clay available.

  C) The lumbering process depended on good roads.

  D) The timber was not of good quality.

18. It can be inferred from the passage hat settlers who built with bricks in the 1600’s were   B   .

  A) planning to return to England

  B) obeying the laws

  C) not concerned about durability

  D) interested in large residences

19. It can be inferred from the passage that prior to the action of the Virginia Company of London, Jamestown had an insufficient number of   B     .

A) colonists   B) medical facilities    C) clay sources     D) bricklayers

20. According to be passage, what eventually happened to Jamestown?  A  

A) It was practically destroyed.         B) It became a model city.

C) It remained the seat of government.   D) It was almost completed.

Passage 5

Let children learn to judge their own work. A child learning to talk does not learn by being corrected all the time: if corrected too much, he will stop talking. He notices a thousand times a day the difference between the language he uses and the language those around him use. Bit by bit, he makes the necessary changes to make his language like other people’s. In the same way, children learning to do all the other things they learn to do without being taught——to walk, run, climb, whistle, ride a bicycle compare their own performances with those of more skilled people, and slowly make the needed changes. But in school we never give a child a chance to find out his mistakes and correct them for himself. We do it all for him. We act as if we thought that he would never notice a mistake unless it was pointed out to him, or correct it unless he was made to let him work out, with the help of other children if he wants it, what his word says, what the answer is to that problem, whether this is a good way of saying or doing this or not.

If it is a matter of right answers, as it may be in mathematics or science, give him the answer book. Let him correct his own papers. Why should we teachers waste time on such routine work? Our job should be to help the child when he tells that he can’t find the way to get the right answer. Let the children learn what all educated persons must someday learn, how to measure their own understanding, how to know what they know or do not know.

21. According to the passage, the best way for children to learn things is by    C    .

A) asking older people many questions   

B) 1istening to skilled people’s advice

C) making mistakes and correcting them  

D) doing what other people do

22. Which of the following does the author think teachers should NOT do?   A    

A) Let children mark their own work.      B) Allow children to make mistakes.

C) Point out children’s mistakes to them. D) Give children correct answers.

23. According to the author, teachers in school should   C     .

  A) allow children to learn from each other

  B) point out children’s mistakes whenever found

  C) correct children’s mistakes as soon as possible

  D) give children more book knowledge

24. The passage suggests that learning to speak and learning to ride a bicycle are   A     .

  A) different from learning other skills  B) the same as learning other skills

  C) not really important skills           D) more important than other skills

25. The best title of this passage could probably be   B     .

  A) Let Children Correct Their Exercises B) Let US Make Children

  C) Learn Let Us Teachers Stop Work      D) Let Children Learn By Themselves

Passage 6

At the bottom of the world lies a mighty continent still wrapped in the ice age and, until recent times, unknown to men. It is a great land mass with mountain ranges(山脉) whose extent and elevation are still uncertain. Much of the continent is a complete blank on our maps. Man bas explored, on foot, less than one percent of its area.

Antarctica differs fundamentally from the Arctic regions. The Arctic is a ocean, covered with drifting packed ice and hemmed(包围) in by the land masses of Europe, and North America. The Antarctic is a continent almost as large as Europe and Australia combined, centered roughly on the South Pole and surrounded by the most unobstructed(无限制的,不受阻挡的)water areas of the world---the Atlantic , Pacific, and Indian Oceans.

The continental ice sheet is more than two miles high in its centre; the air over the Antarctic is far more refrigerated than it is over the Acrylic regions. This cold air current from the land is so forceful that it makes the nearby seas the stormiest in the world and renders unlivable those regions whose counterparts at the opposite end of the globe are inhabited. Thus, more than a million persons live within 2,000 miles of the North Pole in an area that includes most of Alaska, Siberia, and Scandinavia--- a region rich in forest and mining industry. Apart from a handful of weather stations, within the same distance of the South Pole there is not a single tree, industry or settlement.

26. The best title for this selection would be    C    .

A) Iceland   B) Land of Opportunity  

C) The Unknown Continent  D) Utopia at Last

27. At the time this article was written, our knowledge of Antarctic was    A    .

A) very limited      B) vast  

C) fairly rich       D) nonexistent

28. The Antarctic is bordered by the   D     .

A) Pacific Ocean    B) Indian Ocean   

C) Atlantic Ocean   D) All three

29. The Antarctic is made uninhabitable primarily by   A     .

A) cold air  B) calm seas  C) ice   

D) lack of knowledge about the continent

30. According to this article    C    .

  A) 2,000 people live on the Antarctic Continent

  B) a million people live within 2,000 miles of the South Pole

  C) weather conditions within a 2,000 miles radius of the South Pole make settlements impractical

  D) only a handful of native inhabit Antarctica

Passage 7

During the summer session there will be a revised schedule of services for the university community. Specific changes for intercampus bus services, summer hours for the cafeteria, the infirmary(学校医院)and recreation and allelic facilities will be posted on the bulletin board outside of cafeteria Weekly movie and concert schedules which are in the process of being arranged will be posted each Wednesday outside of cafeteria.

Intercampus buses will leave the main hall every hour in the half hour and make all of the regular stops on their route around campus. The cafeteria will serve breakfast, lunch, and early dinner from 7 a.m. to 7p.m. on weekends. The library will maintain regular hours during the week, but short hours on Saturday and Sundays.

All students who want to use the library borrowing services and recreational athletic, and entertainment facilities must have a valid summer identification card. This announcement will also appear in the next issue of the student newspaper.

31. Which of the following is the main purpose of this announcement?  B  

A) To tell campus personnel of the new library services.

B) To announce the new movies on campus this summer.

C) To notify university people of important schedule changes.

D) To remained the students to validate their identification cards.

32. Specific schedule revisions for which of the following facilities are listed in this announcement?  D  

A) athletic and recreational.    

B) Food and transportation.

C) Bookstore and post office.    

D) Medical and audio-visual.

33. Time for movies and concerts are not listed in this announcement because    B    .

A) film or concert occurs every Wednesday at 7p.m.

B) the full list would be too long

C) films and concerts cannot be announced publicly

D) the full list is not ready yet

34. According to the announcement which of the following is true of summer hours for the library?  C  

A) It has them only on the weekends.  

B) It has them both weekdays and weekends.

C) It has no special summer hours.    D)The information is not available.

35. According to the announcement, a validated identification card is required to    B    .

A) ride on intercampus buses      

B) Read announcements in the cafeteria

C) Make use of the infirmary      

D) check books out of the library

Passage 8

Every country tends to accept its own way of life as being the normal one and to praise or criticize others as they are similar to or different from it. And unfortunately, our picture of the people and the way of life of other countries is often a distorted one.

Here is a great argument in favor of foreign travel and learning foreign languages. It is only by travelling in, or living in, a country and getting to know its inhabitants and their language that one can find out what a country and its people are really like. And how different the knowledge one gains this way frequently turns out to be from the second-hand information gathered from other sources! How often we find that the foreigners whom we thought to be such different people from ourselves are not very different after all!

Differences between peoples do, of course, exist and, one hopes, will always continue to do so. The world will be a dull place indeed when all the different nationalities behave exactly alike, and some people might say that we are rapidly approaching this state of affairs. With the much greater rapidity and ease of travel, there might seem to be some truth in this at least as far as Europe is concerned. However this may be, at least the greater ease of travel today has revealed to more people than ever before that the Englishman or Frenchman or German is not some different kind of animal from themselves.

36. Every country criticizes ways of life in other countries because they are   D    .

A) distorted    B) normal     

C) similar to each other            

D) different from its own

37. One who travels in a foreign country and learns its language will   C    .

A) find out what its people are like

B) argue in favor of this country and the language

C) know the country and its people better

D) like its inhabitants and their language

38. The knowledge on gains by travelling in a foreign country is often   D    .

A) from second-hand information

B) gathered from other sources than (from) its inhabitants

C) gained from the arguments about the country

D) different from what one had before the travel

39. Differences between people    A  .

A) will gradually disappear because of ease of travel

B) do exist even though different nationalities behave exactly alike

C) will always continue to exist and the world will be a dull place

D) will not exist as one hopes

40. “However” most probably meant   D    .

A) Somewhat        B) By whatever means    C) Anyhow          D) No matter what

Passage 9 

While it’s true that women love shopping for clothes, the same cannot be said for shopping in supermarkets, which is for most people a stressful experience involving queues and a lot of frustration.

Last Saturday was typical. My husband’s boss was coming to dinner and I had planned what I thought was an impressive three-course meal. I set off from the local supermarket early, hoping to avoid the queues, only to find that everyone had had the same idea. It took 15 minutes to park and then, just when I thought I could start some serious shopping, I found I didn’t have the one-pound coin I needed to release a trolley, which meant I had to join a long queue inside to get some change. Not a good start.

But think positive. Once in the shop, things went well until the fruit and vegetables section, which had no asparagus, my starter course for the dinner party. This meant I would have to go to another supermarket after this one, as the supermarkets had caused the two greengrocers in town to close down. The same thing happened in the diary section, which, at over a hundred yards long, had every dairy product on the planet except the one I needed. I would have to buy that at the next supermarket too. By now, my trolley had decided to misbehave, and was going in every direction but the one I was pointing it in, making me look an idiot.

Nonetheless, I made it to the checkout tills. I joined one of the extremely long queues and the cashier had just started putting my shopping through when her till jammed. “You’ll have to go to another till,” she said, unapologetically. It took another 20 minutes to get out of the supermarket and another ten to get out of the car park – the queues, see.

41. In the writer’s opinion, ___C_____.

A) shopping makes people feel anxious.  

B) women only enjoy shopping for clothes.

C) supermarket shopping isn’t enjoyable.

D) supermarket shopping should not involve so much queuing.

42. What does the word “Trolley” probably mean?  B  

A) A small cupboard that can be locked, where you can leave your clothes, bags, etc.

B)A small vehicle with wheels that can be pushed or pulled along and is used for carrying things.

C) A small plastic card that you can use to buy goods and services and pay for them later.

D) An animal that people keep for pleasure.

43. Why does the woman have to go to another supermarket?  C  

A) Because the local greengrocers didn’t have what she needed.

B) Because the diary section in another supermarket was bigger.

C) Because she wanted to buy two items that she needed.

D) Because she was reluctant to join the long queue.

44. At the checkout tills ____D____.

A) the woman queued for 20 minutes.

B) the woman decided to go to another checkout before she reached the cashier.

C) the cashier was sorry that the woman had to go to another till.

D) went to another checkout because there was a problem with the till.

45. According to the writer, she ____B____.

A) joined four queues             

B) joined five queues

C) queued for three-quarters of an hour

D) joined two queues because of her own mistake

Passage 10

  In these days of technological triumphs, it is well to remind ourselves from time to time that living mechanisms are often incomparably more efficient than their artificial imitations. There is no better illustration of this idea than the sonar (声纳) system of bats. It is billions of times more efficient and more sensitive than the radars and sonars designed by man.

   Of course, the bats have had some 50 million years of evolution to refine their sonar.Their physiological mechanisms for echo location, based on all this accumulated experience, therefore deserve our thorough study and analysis.

   To appreciate the precision of the bats' echo locatton, we must first consider the degree of their reliance upon it. Thanks to sonar, an insect - eating bat can get along perfectly well without eyesight. This was brilliantly demonstrated by the Italian naturalist Lazzaro Spallanzani.He caught some bats in a bell tower, blinded them. and released them outdoors. Four of these blind bats were recaptured ,after they had found their ways back to the bell tower,and on examining their stomachs’ contents, Spallanxani found that they had been able to capture and eat flying insects. We know from experiments that bats easily find insects in the dark of night, even when the insects make no sound that can be heard by human ears. A bat will catch hundreds of softbodied silent flying insects in a single hour. It will even detect and chase pebbles ( 卵石 ) tossed ( 向上扔) into the air.

46. According to the author, the sonar system of bats is an example of the idea that    C   .

A) this is the age of technological triumphs

B) modern machines are inefficient

C) living mechanisms are often more efficient than man - made machines

D) artificial imitations are always less efficient than living mechanisms

47. The author suggests that the sonar system of bats    B   .

A) was at the height of its perfection 50 million years ago                

B) is better than man- .made sonar because it has had 50 million years to be refined

C) should have been discovered by man many years ago               

D) is the same as it was 50 million years ago                              

48. Echo location in this article means the    D   .                                         

 A) location of echoes                                                       

 B) ability to determine where an echo comes from                            

 C) scientific term for sound waves                                             

 D) ability to locate unseen objects by echoes

49. This article was written to illustrate ____D____.                                          

   A) the deficiencies of man - made sonar    

   B) the dependence of man upon animals

   C) that we are living in a machine age                                             

   D) that the sonar system of bats is remarkable

50. The following is the main point of the article:     B                         

   A) A bat will catch hundreds of insects in a single hour

   B)There is a perfection in nature which sometimes can not be matched by man's creative efforts.  

   C) The phrase "blind as a bat"is valid.

   D) Sonar and radar systems of man are inefficient.        

第三部分:完型填空

PartⅢ  Cloze

Cloze 1

Has it ever struck you that what the tourist considers most picturesque about a country the local resident often thinks shameful and unprogressive? The average visitor   46   the Middle East finds camels fascinating; 47   they attract him strongly or they repel him strongly, but    48  , he finds them romantic and   49    local color. If,   50   , he talks enthusiastically about camels to a local    51   , hoping to gain favor in his sight thereby, he will almost certainly be    52  . He will be met with  53    incomprehension of his viewpoint, or even hostility    54    it.

It seems to be a fact that familiarity    55    contempt, and that those who seek excitement and romance cannot see it at    56   , under their noses, but only in distant lands. The Middle Easterner traveling abroad enjoys  57    cowboys and Indians in America, old castles and cathedrals in France, and Gypsies in Spain. Is it not because they are unprogressive    58    he enjoys these sight; his pleasure is not mixed with feelings of superiority, just  59    the European or American visitor to the Middle East is    60   by camels and veiled women and ancient buildings, not    61   they make him feel how rich and clever he is    62   ,   63    because they are strange and remote and mysterious, arousing    64    him feelings of curiosity which are deeply rooted in man’s   65  .

B)46. A) for   B) to   C) at   D) with

B)47. A) both B) either  C) any   D) neither

C)48. A) in case       B) in this respect     C) in other words    D) in any case

A)49. A) full of     B) in addition     C) instead of         D) after all

B)50. A) ever   B) however       C) yet   D) above all

D)51. A) head        B) candidate       C) colleague         D) acquaintance

D)52. A) bothered     B) disturbed        C) disgusted       D) disappointed

A)53. A) blank        B) bleak C) blind          D) bland

D)54. A) at       B) for  C) with  D) to

B)55. A) bleeds        B) breeds      C) breaks          D) breathes

C)56. A) village       B) cottage        C) home D) house

D)57. A) looking     B) to look          C) to see  D) seeing

A)58. A) that      B) which         C) what   D) why

B)59. A) like         B) as   C) that         D) because

D)60. A) destined    B) doomed     C) favored         D) fascinated

D)61. A) as          B) since          C) for D) because

A)62. A) by contrast   B) in conclusion    C) in that  D) to sum up

A)63. A) but       B) since        C) so    D) for

B)64. A) atB) in C) out ofD) within

A)65. A) nature       B) birthC) existence        D) individuality

Cloze  2 

An American warship once paid a visit    46    a port in a hit country where the British base invited the officers of the American warship to a party   47   .

Now, Americans like their drinks to have plenty of ice in them,   48   in a cold climate, but at the time the warship’s visit to the British base, it was   49   known that the British   50   ever had ice, even in    51   countries.

The captain of the American ship did not want to have drink warm drinks at the British party, but it    52   very impolite to   53    the British captain’s invitation, so the American captain   54   , but an hour before party was  55    to begin, sent a small boat ashore to his host with several large tins of ice from the warship’s refrigerators.

When the American offices went ashore for the party, they were looking forward to 56    plenty of ice in their drinks. They were    57   very surprised when,   58   their arrival, they were served drinks with no ice in them at all, they thought that the servants might 59  not yet have had time to    60   the ice that had been sent from the ship, but the party continued, and    61    there was no ice. Of course, the American officers were too   62    to ask what had happened to the ice that they had sent.

When the party at last   63    to an end, the American captain thanked his British host for the pleasant party. Then the secret of the ice came    64   . The British captain thanked the American captain for it and said.“It    65  me to have the first really cold bath I had in this line.”

B)46. A) at  B) to C) on D) in

A)47. A) ashore       B) aboard

        C) above          D) afloat

C)48. A) if B) except  C) even D) only

D)49. A) obviously    B) certainly

       C) actually        D) generally

A)50. A) hardly       B) rarely

          C) seldom        D) nearly

B)51. A) many hottest  B) the hottest

      C) some hottest  D) these hottest

B)52. A) should be B) would have been

      C) must have been D) could be

D)53. A) neglect      B) ignore

        C) oppose         D) refuse

A)54. A) accepted     B) approved

       C) received      D) allowed

A)55. A) due   B) sure

        C) bound         D) ready

B)56. A) have        B) having

         C) be having      D) be had

B)57. A) however     B) therefore

       C) nevertheless    D) moreover

C)58. A) in   B) with   C) on  D) after

C)59. A) surely       B) maybe

        C) perhaps       D) almost

A)60. A) unpack      B) uncover

       C) unfreeze      D) unset

B)61. A) yet       B) still          

        C) even          D) rather

D)62. A)patient       B) thirsty

         C) careless       D) polite

A)63. A) came  B) went C) got D) had

B)64. A) away B) out C) about D) through

A)65. A) allowed     B)let

       C) admitted      D) suggested

Cloze  3 

Doctors say anger can be an extremely damaging emotion unless you learn how to   46    with it. They warn that angry hostile feeling can    47   heart disease, stomach    48    headaches, and    49    cancer. Anger is a normal    50    that all feel    51   . Some people express anger    52   in a calm reasonable way. Others    53    with anger and scream and yell. But other people keep their anger    54   . They can not or will not    55   it. This is called repressing anger.   56    years many doctors thought that    57   anger was more dangerous to a person’s    58    than expressing it.

Doctors said that  59  the feeling to express the anger only makes the feeling    60  . And this can lead to many  61  problems. Doctors thought a person could    62    these problems by pouring the anger  63 , by expressing it freely. But recently some doctors    64    this. They said that people who express anger repeatedly and explosively become in fact    65   anger.

C)46. A) solve    B) overcome  

      C) deal     D) handle

B)47. A) occur      B) lead to  

   C) take place      D) happen

A)48. A) problems   B) results  

C) questions       D) bothers

B)49. A) possible    B) possibly  

C) nearly         D) almost

D)50. A) function    B) sensation  

C) sense          D) emotion

A)51. A) from time to time B) in time

  C) sooner or later   D) on occasion

A)52. A) frankly        B) openly  

C) sincerely       D) honestly

A)53. A) explode        B) choken  

C) expend         D) blow

C)54. A) away          B) off  

C) inside          D) within

A)55. A) express        B) open  

C) tell D) explode

C)56. A) In B) Afte  C) For D) During

A)57. A) repression     B) depressing

  C) pressing        D) opposing

C)58. A) feeling        B) body  

      C) health          D) brain

B)59. A) showing    B) repressing

  C) keeping        D) expressing

A)60. A) continue    B) persist   

       C) move on        D) survive

B)61. A) technical     B) medical  

   C) scientific        D) systematic

A)62. A) prevent       B) give up  

        C) answer      D) leave

B)63. A) free  B) out C) away D) outside

B)64. A) argued        B) disputed  

        C) declared        D) claimed

A)65. A) more and more  B) all at once

  C) more or less     D) a great deal

Cloze  4 

When people search online,they leave a trail that remains stored on the central computers of firms such as Google,Yahoo and Microsoft.Analyzing what we're looking for on the Web can offer a remarkable 51insight of our anxieties and enthusiasms.

UK writer John Battelle wrote on his blog,"This can tell us 52extraordinary things about who we are and what we want as a 53culture"

Google's experimental service Google Trends,for example,compares the numbers of people searching for different words and phrases from 2004 to the present.

According to these graphs,sometimes people's interests are driven obviously 54 driven by the latest news:when the Spice Girls,a pop group,announce a reunion,there's an immediate 55rush to find out more about them.Other results are strikingly seasonal:people go shopping online for coats in winter and sandals(凉鞋)in summer.

The most fascinating possibility is that search data might help 56predict behavior.When we search online for a certain brand of stereo system,we are surely indicating we are more 57likely to buy that brand.

Perhaps we search for a political candidate's name when we are thinking about 58voting for him or her.Maybe we even search for stock market crash just before we start 59withdrawing from our investments.This information could clearly be useful to a marketer-it's already how Google decides which 60 advertizements to show on its search results pages–or to a political campaign manager.

Cloze  5 

Blue collar and government jobs are among the most(promising)careers for U.S.graduates,according to U.S.News magazine's 2008 Best Careers report.U.S.employers are increasingly off shoring professional jobs.This means less jobs(require)college-graduate skills,the magazine says.As in many other countries,U.S.high school students are told that college is the(way).So there's a growing(shortage)of skilled people in jobs that don't require a college education.But the report also says that some rewarding blue-collar careers,such as technical work in the biomedical equipment and security systems sectors,are more(likely to go)to college graduates.These are more knowledge-based than the usual blue-collar jobs.Government is becoming an employer of(choice).Corporations,fueled by pressures to compete globally,continue to get ever(leaner).Non-profit organizations are increasingly strapped for cash.Government is able to pay employees well,(whether or not)their practices are economically sound,the magazine says.The report also indicates that social(status)may be the enemy of contentment in career.People are flocking in greater numbers to careers in the law,medicine and architecture.Yet recent surveys of job satisfaction in those professions(paint)a less-than-rosy picture.”

第四部分:翻译

Part IV  Translation

1. There is more entertainment in a good book than in a month of typical TV programming.

一本好书带给人的乐趣胜过一个月中所有典型的电视节目带给人的乐趣。

2. His failure to observe the safety regulations resulted in an accident to the machinery.

他没有遵守安全规则,结果机器出了故障。

3. We have the pleasure to introduce ourselves to you with a view to building up business relations with your firm.

我们有幸向您自我介绍,以期与贵公司建立业务关系。

4. These reports provide information on your courses and activity planning for the year.

这些报告为你提供本年度的课程与活动计划的信息。

5. On the moon itself the force of gravitation is one sixth as much as it is on the earth.

月球本身的引力相当于地球引力的六分之一。

6. Should your price be found competitive, we intend to place a large order with you.

如果你们的价格有竞争力,我们打算向你方大量订货。

7. This book is divided into sixteen units that deal with topics of everyday conversation.

本书共分为16个单元,内容涉及日常生活会话。

8. It was reported that the construction of the railway had been held up by flood.

据报道,那条铁路因洪水泛滥而停止修建。

9. Unless the problem of talents and funds is solved, talking about the task is useless.

不解决人才和资金问题,谈论这项任务是无济于事的。

10. The steady rise in the quality of our products owes much to the improvement of the equipment.

我们产品质量的稳步提高在很大程度上是由于设备有所改进。

11. Energy can neither be created nor destroyed, a universally accepted law.

能量既不能被创造也不能被消灭,这是一条普通公认的规律。

12. In our everyday life we see things moving about on the ground or in the air.

在我们的日常生活中,我们总看见许多东西在地面或空中运动。

13. If you touch the charged body with your hand, you will connect it with the ground.

如果你用手触摸带电体,你就使它跟地面接通了。

14. The present question is that many people consider impossible what is really possible if effort is made.

目前的问题是,很多人把努一把力能做到的事看成是做不到的。

15. It has been decided that the fund will be distributed to those who need help badly.

已经决定,这部分资金将拨给那些急需帮助的人。

16. The time will come when man can fly to wherever he likes in the universe.

人们在宇宙中可以自由翱翔的时代将会到来。

17. It will be greatly appreciated if you will send us your samples immediately.

如能立即寄来你方样品,我们将不胜感激。

18. If you are buying a car, you may pay for it out of savings.

如果你要买一辆汽车,你可以用自己的储蓄存款支付。

19. It is self-evident that the development of science and technology is of great importance.

不言而喻,科学技术的发展是至关重要的。

20. The village was named after the high mountain standing in front of it.

这个村庄是以矗立在它面前的那座高山命名的。

21. It is well known that lung cancer is caused at least in part by smoking too much.

众所周知,肺癌至少部分地是由于吸烟过多而引起的。

22. Once the price for the land is agreed on, we can go ahead with the building project.

土地价格一旦商定,我们便可以着手进行我们的建设项目。

23. Since the speaker cannot come we may as well cancel the meeting.

既然演讲者不能来,我们可能取消此次会晤。

24. It is commonly believed that the more we use our brains, the more mentally active we will be.

人们普遍认为,用脑越多,智力就越活跃。

25. When liquids change into gases rapidly at a fixed temperature, they are said to boil.

液体在固定温度迅速变为气体叫沸腾。

26. 调查研究表明老年人戒烟比年轻人要容易些。

Research indicates that old people find it easier that young people to give up smoking.  

27. 就你的试卷而言,你显然事先没有做好准备。

So far as your exam paper is concerned, it is clear that you have not done your review.  

28. 他刚刚到家就被要求作另一次旅行。

No sooner had he arrived home than he was asked to start on another journey.

29. 我们产品质量的提高在很大程度上是由于设备有所改进。

The rise in the quality of our products owes much to the improvement of the equipment.

30. 我们相信全球变暖正在影响着我们的生活

We are convinced global warming is affecting our life.

31. 环境污染正在造成森林的死亡。

Environmental pollution is resulting in the destruction of forests.

32. 工会主席将辞职这一消息迄今还未得到证实。

The news that the president of the Labor Union willl soon resign hasn’t been confirmed.      

33. 史密斯先生越老越热爱生活。

The older Mr. Smith is, the more he loves life.         

34. 众所周知,中国人口比世界上任何一个国家的都要多。

As is known to all, the population of China is larger than that of any other country.

35. 如果我们能帮得上忙,尽管和我们联系。
If there is any way we can be of help, please do not hesitate to contact us.

36.他意识到他没有权力这样说他的父亲。

He realized that he had no right to say things about his father.         

37.就经济发展而言, 中国在过去的三十年里取得了巨大的成就。

As for the economic development, China has made outstanding achievement in the past 30 years.

38.只有你提前付款,我们才能同意你的订单。

We can agree to your order on condition that you pay in advance.

39.珍妮尽量控制自己,不让人看出她很紧张。

Jane held tight onto herself I order not to let others see that she was nervous.   

40. 体检证实她身体状况良好。

Medical tests indicate that she is in good health condition.

 

 

 

第五部分 作文

作文1

内容:海伦借同学汤姆一本《英语口语》书,读完之后本打算奉还,却不知何故找不到此书,故此写信向同学道歉,并告诉对方打算买一本新书,还给同学。

时间:5月10日

Dear Tom,

I am sorry to tell you that I am unable to return the book, Spoken English, that you were kind enough to lend me last month.

I finished the book and intended to return it to you today, but last night I failed to find it anywhere.

I am trying to buy a new one for you. Even if I finally get a new copy, my delay in returning it to you will certainly have caused you some inconvenience. Again I do apologize for not returning the book on time.

Yours sincerely,

Helen

作文2

河北省石家庄市石家庄师专方国华先生邀请北京外国语大学英语系伍德先生(Wood)去其学校与英文教师共同讨论有关英语语法问题,伍德先生欣然接受邀请,于是给方先生回了一封信,并期望广大英文教师对伍德先生的新书《简明英语语法》提出宝贵意见。

伍德单位地址:北京市

伍德到达学校的时间:2012年8月16日至18日

写信时间:2012年5月26日

Dept. of English

Beijing Foreign Studies University

Beijing, China

May 26th, 2012

Dear Fang Guohua,

I’ll be delighted to accept your kind invitation for the English Grammar Seminar, to be held during the period of August the 16th -18th at Shijiazhuang Teachers College, Shijiazhuang, Hebei province. It will be great pleasure for me to explore English grammatical problems with all your English teachers. Also, I look forward to hearing about your valuable opinion of my new book, Concise English Grammar. Criticism and suggestions are welcome.       

Yours sincerely,

Wood

作文3

The students’ union of your department is planning an English speaking contest. Write an announcement which covers the following information:

1. the purpose of the contest (演讲比赛的目的)

2. time and place of the contest (演讲比赛的时间、地点)

3. what is required of the candidates(对于选手的要求)

English Speaking Contest

To improve students’ spoken English and enrich after-class activities, the Students’ Union of Department of English is organizing a school-wide English-speaking contest, to be held on Oct 10th, 2012, at the Students’ Recreation Center.

Contestants are required to prepare a speech entitled “Think globally, act locally”. Each speech shall be a minimum of three minutes in length and a maximum of five minutes. The top ten contestants will be given awards and certificates. Those who are interested may sign up with Mr. Liu in Room 306 of the First Teaching Building on or before September 30th, 2012.

Students’ Union of Department of English

作文4

请根据以下内容写一份通知

内容:公司将要举办学习操作新履行订单系统的培训班,希望所有班组长先学习这套新系统,以便能在线与相关的各装运公司进行有效的业务联系。如有事,请电话通知秘书。

要求:带上笔记本和钢笔;中间休息备有咖啡和茶水

培训时间:2012年6月12日   星期二上午9时

地点:厂办公大楼

联系电话:65238679

通知时间:June 10, 2012

NOTICE

A training program on the New Order Fulfillment System is offered to all shift supervisors in our company who are expected to learn the system first, aiming at a more efficient on-line business communication with relative shipping and freight companies.

The training program will be implemented on Tuesday, Jun 12, 2012 at 9:00 a.m., in the Administrative Office Building. A notebook and a pen will be necessary for the course. Light refreshments like coffee and tea are available during the interval.

Please contact the sectary at 65238679 in case you are not able to attend the program.

The Administrative Office

June 10, 2012

作文 5

日期:2012年3月6日

写信人:马丁

收信人:大卫

内容:马丁得知朋友大卫期末考试没及格写信安慰他,劝他不要沮丧。建议他认真复习,不清楚的内容可以请教老师和同学。相信大卫下个学期一定会赶上其他同学。如果需要帮助,一定不要客气。

Dear David,

I’m sorry to hear of your failure in the final exam and I know well what you must be feeling now. Please don’t feel too much distressed for this frustration.

You know every failure that you experience is a chance to learn from it and find success. So you can actually learn from your experience. Find your problems, reflect on them, then work hard and fight through the setbacks. Remember to ask help from your teachers and classmates when necessary. You are not alone in the path to success.

Don’t lose heart and keep on working, and I’m convinced you will soon catch up with your classmates next semester. If there is anything I can help with, let me know please.

Sincerely yours,

Martin  

作文 6

内容提要:你听说Tom有一部电子词典要出售,你有意购买,所以写一封便条询问电子词典的价钱、新旧程度等事宜。

August 24, 2014

Dear Tom,

I was informed that you are going to sell an electronic dictionary, and I am interested in buying it, so I am writing to get some information about the electronic dictionary, including how much are you going to sell it at, the condition of electronic dictionary. If it is convenient , you can send me the photo of the electronic dictionary to my telephone, and my phone number is 13504407777. You can feel free to call me at any time you want to contact me.

I’m looking forward to your reply.

Best wishes.

Truly yours

Mary

作文 7

内容提要:你原本和王教授约好讨论论文事宜,结果你的室友突然生病,你陪他去医院,没能及时去见王教授,请写一封道歉信,说明原因,并询问下次见面的时间。

写信日期:2014年8月24日

August 24, 2014

Dear Prof. Wang,  

I am terribly sorry that I missed the appointment with you. Yesterday, my roommate suddenly went ill, and my other roommates were not in, so I had to take him to the hospital. When I got to your office, it was too late, and you had already left. Please forgive me. I know you’re busy these days, but I wonder if you could agree to meet me at 2 o’clock on Friday afternoon. I’m looking forward to your early reply.  

Truly yours

Tom

作文8

内容提要:你的朋友Henry获得了哥伦比亚大学的奖学金,你写一封恭贺信,向他表示祝贺,并且向他请教一下如何提高英语成绩。

写信时间:2014年8月24日

August 24, 2014

Dear Henry,

I’m so pleased to hear that you’ve got the scholarship to University of Columbia. Congratulations on your success. You really deserve it because you are such an intelligent and hardworking student. I’ve never doubted your ability to achieve great aims. You will have a brilliant future, and I wish you all the best in your life and academic studies in the USA. I

Meanwhile, I am writing to ask you how to improve my English. If it is possible, could you recommend some useful ways, which you are convinced to be helpful to me to improve my English?

I’m looking forward to your reply.

Truly yours

Tom

作文9

1.Some people live to work.有些人活着为了工作
2.Other people work to live.有些人工作为了活着
3.Your opinion.

Why We Work
When we live in the world,we all work for some reasons or other.Different people have different attitudes towards work.Some people live to work.They devote themselves to their work.The aim for which they work is to realize the value of life,to promote the development of society and to make more people live a happy life.They make great contributions to society and at the same time they also find pleasure in their work.
On the other hand,other people work to live.They regard work as a way of making a living.The purpose for which they work is to kill time or to make enough money to support themselves and their families.They often regard work as what they have to do.So they can’t obtain pleasure and enjoyment from their work.Such people,once they can afford to support themselves and their families,perhaps quit their work.
In my opinion,we shouldn’t go to extremes.Since we are members of society,we should do what we can to better the society so that we can live in a more comfortable and more convenient surrounding.Good life is an assurance of smooth work.Only when we realize this can we live happily and work well.

作文10

1.有人认为某些数字会带来好运,
2、有些人认为数字与好运无关,
3、你的观点是什么?
Do"Lucky Numbers"Really Bring Good Luck
Some people take it for granted that some lucky numbers can bring them good luck.For instance,the so-called lucky number 8 is widely used now because it sounds like"getting rich"in Chinese and is believed to bring good fortune.
Yet many others don’t think this way.They believe that numbers have nothing to do with luck.They regard numbers simply as mathematic symbols for counting.They are anything but a mystery.They laugh at those who think numbers can bring good luck.
As for me,I’m in favor of the latter opinion.I think our society is very modern now.We mustn’t count on the so-called lucky numbers to fulfill our wishes.Whether we can have good luck or not depends on ourselves.If we work hard,good luck will come to us.

作文11

1.关于考试人们众说纷纭,有人认为考试时一种好的检测方式,有人认为考试并不能检测人的真是能力,简单谈一下你的观点。
Examinations
There are many arguments about examination.Some people think it is a good way to test how examinees have mastered what they have studied and it is an effective way to choose among candidates.So,as a traditional and popular method,it is widely accepted.
However,in some people’s opinion,it is not the most scientific way to test a person’s ability.To some students,examination means nothing but anxiety and heavy burdens.What is more,teachers’judgments can’t always be impartial.All these will cause frustration to examinees and provoke their strong negative attitude towards examination.
As for me,although the content of examination can hardly cover all the knowledge an examinee has grasped and the result of an examination may show only part of a person’s ability,its function should not be totally ignored.Its basic function is just like a mirror—it reflects both examinees and examiners.Both of them can check their work and learn how to improve it.Of course,there is a long way to go before we could find a simpler and more effectiveway of judging a person’s ability.

作文12

1.吃快餐食品可以节约时间;
2.但有些快餐食品不健康;
3.谈谈你的看法。
Fast food restaurants such as McDonald’s and KFC provide food served within a few minutes.Therefore,many people,especially those who are busy with their work,would choose fast food in order to save time.
But we should also be aware that some kinds of fast food are not so healthy.They are usually fried or overcooked,and therefore increase the risk people of getting overweight.It may even cause some diseases.
In my opinion,when we are really running out of time,fast food is a good choice to avoid hunger and make us return to work with some energy.At the same time,eating fast food should not become a long-term habit so health problems will not arise.

作文13

1.有些人觉得中国人全民学英语没必要;
2.有人认为掌握一门外语就多了一项技能;
3.谈谈你的看法。
Nowadays it is a trend for Chinese to learn English.Without certain certificates showing their English ability,it may be hard even to find a job,even though most jobs have nothing to do with English.For some,it is a waste of time and resources for so many people to learn English.
On the other hand,it is believed that grasping a foreign language means obtaining a useful skill,which could make a person be able to fulfill more jobs and demands in the society.
To me,the most time-consuming task for students in China is learning English.They have to spend a lot of precious time reading,memorizing words,and doing exercises.To them,the only meaning in English learning is to deal with tests.Therefore,it is not necessary for all the people to learn English.

作文14

1.越来越多的家庭拥有私家车
2.私家车的增多带来很多问题
3.你对此的看法
Private cars are no longer a sign of luxury in most cities in China.More and more families could afford at least one private car,which make their lives more convenient and wonderful.Therefore the number of cars on road keeps increasing year by year.
This trend is undoubtedly a positive sign of a wealthier population.Yet the side effects of it appear at the same time.The cities are becoming more crowded,the air is seriously polluted and the noise is very disturbing.
The government should persuade people to choose public transportation and special measures could be taken to control the amount of cars on road.After all,convenience should not be realized by destroying the environment people live in.

作文15

1)计算机被人们广泛使用;
2)计算机既有好的影响也有坏的影响;
3)我的看法。
Positive and Negative Effects of Computer
With the rapid development of information technology,computers play more and important part in our daily life.Nowadays,it has paid more people attentions than before.Different people have different attitudes.
Most people think that computers have positive effects on us.Firstly,it can enrich our horizon.We can obtain more knowledge and get more information about the world.Secondly,it can make our office work efficient.Instead of these paper,pencil,ruler,calculator and so on,now we can deal with the files,cartographies,tables by a computer.
It goes without saying that every coin has two sides,so does computers.Many teenagers become so addicted to computer games or online chat that they ignore their study.Some of them even do not go to school instead of go to the Internet cafes.
As far as I am concerned,the positive effects of computer are important as the negative effects.Therefore,we should make good use of computers and let them do well to people and make our life wonderful.

 


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