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吉林省学位外语复习资料第三套题

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吉林省学位外语复习资料第三套题

ialogue One

Mark: There is a sailor there. I am going to ask that sailor if he knows where I can find a boat to Mosquito City.

Mark:   1 C. Excuse me!

Sailor: Yeah. What can I do for you, buddy?

Mark: I am going to...        2 B. I want to go to Mosquito City.

Sailor: Mosquito City. Oh! Wow! Well, it's a great place, Mosquito City, buddy!

Mark: Ok, so I want to go there.        3 D. Can I go there on your boat?

Sailor: No, but ifyou walk about a mile to your left, you will come across a big banana boat.

Mark: A banana boat? ...that direction?

Sailor: Yeah,just ask for John. He is a friend of mine. Ok?          4 A. He will take you there.

Mark: Ok. Ok. Good on you.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                Dialogue Two

Blanca: Hello. I'm calling about the apartment you advertised.

Manager: Yes.         5 C. What kind of apartment are you interested in?

Blanca: I'm interested in a one-bedroom. Do you have any available?

Manager: Yes. I have one. When do you need it?

Blanca: Sometime around next week.

Manager:       6 A. Well, it's a one-bedroom apartment.

The monthly rent is $650, with a $300 security deposit. You pay electricity only. Gas and water is

included. Both the heat and stove are gas. You'll be assigned a sheltered parking space at no extra charge.  7 D. And...that's probably it.

Blanca: Sounds good. May I come over tomorrow to take a look?

Manager: Sure.

Dialogue Three

Mary: We've been married 8 years in August.

Joan: Wow, that's a long time!        8 B. Do you regret it?

Mary: Not in the least!

Joan: Why?

Mary: Because we are happy.

Joan: 9 C. That is the most important thing.

      How have you stayed so happy?

Mary: We spend time together.

Joan: Anything else?

Mary: We talk to each other.

Joan: Every day?

lVIary: Yes, every day! It's important too!

JToan: Do you wish to change anything?

Mary: _10 A. I wish we had got married sooner!

Joan: Why do you say that?

rVlary: So I could have spent more time with her!

Passage One

    When we meet a person, our first impression is based on their body language and their speech. When someone

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    To get a hold of your bad habit of using "uhm", you can try the following exercises:  1) Record your speech when you prepare; 2) Write out your entire speech beforehand; 3) Take a moment to center yourself; and 4) Speak a little more slowly. Make a pledge today: drop the "uhm"!

 11.  The main topic ofthe passage is _ D.how to make your speech flow

 12.   By the "bad habit", the author refers to . C. speaking in a broken way

 13.   The "bad habit" is harmful because it makes the speaker look  C. unconfident

 14.  The word "unleam"(Para. 5) can be replaced with c  B. stop 

15.   The last paragraph is concerned with   A. the strategies to get rid ofthe bad habit

Passage Two

     Saving energy means saving money. Homeowners know this basic fact, but they often don't know what kinds of adjustments they can make in their houses and apartments that will result in savings.

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     be leaky to let in cold wind, and choose double-paned  (取层)  windows if you're building an addition or replacing old windows. Most areas of your home or apartment offer opportunities to save energy and ruoney. The results are significant and are well worth the effort.

 16.  According to the passage, which ofthe following would an energy assessor do?

  D.  Check your heating system.

 17. As is implied in the passage, energy assessment is  B. worthwhile in the long run

 18. Which ofthe following is NOT mentioned in the passage?    C.Alocal energy company will send an energy assessor on request.

19. According to the passage, double-paned windows     A.are energy efficient 

 20. Which ofthe following best expresses the main idea ofthis passage?   A.There are many things a homeowner can do to save energy and money.

 Passage Three

   Is Halloween celebrated where you live? In the United States and Canada, Halloween is widely known andcelebrated every year on October 31. Halloween customs, though, can be found in many other parts of the globe.    ……………………………………

   In view of the foregoing, it is wise-for you to know about the dark origins of Halloween and similar celebrations.Having this fuller understanding may help you decide whether to participate in these holidays.

21.   According to the author, the theme ofHalloween is to     C. contact the spirit ofthe dead

 22.   Many people regard Halloween celebrations as harmful because    B.  some ofthe celebration activities are frightening

23.   Those who celebrate Halloween without knowing its origins may _ A.  not understand Halloween's true meaning

24.   According to the passage, Halloween was probably first celebrated by _D. Celts

25.  The author's purpose in writing this passage is to     C. tell people to be carefulin deciding whether to celebrate Halloween

Passage Four

Scientists measured the impact that people have on the environment using a term called carbon "footprint." That footprint reflects the amount ofcarbon dioxide that is em/tted (摊放) into the atmosphere as a result of someone's daily

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    The new findings are an important contribution to climate research, says Matthew Kahn, an environmental economist at the University of California, who was not mvolved with the study. Kahn would like to see the analysis applied to other parts of the world-Europe, India and China, for instance. That would give scientists a better feel for how culture might mix xvith location to infiuence our carbon footprints.

26.   "Footprint" refers to the amount ofcarbon dioxide released by   A. anindividual

27.   What is the new finding concerning the footprints ofpeople living in cities and those living in suburbs? D. The latter are higher than the former.

28.   What is the key factor m. entioned to explain the new findings?  B. Distance travelled by cars.

29.  What cloes Matthew Kahn think ofthe new findings?  A. He thinks highly ofthem.                                    

30.   What is the purpose ofthe author in writing the passage?  C.Yo introduce the research on carbon footprints.

 Part II! Vocabulary and Structure (10 points)

31. Will you please call my husband as soon as possible? C.phone

32. We'll give every teacher space to develop. C.room 

33. I have to go at once. B.immediately

34. The policeman asked him to identify the thief. A. name

35. We were all there when the accident occurred.  A.happened

36. It took me exactly a week to complete the work. D. finish

37. The herb medicine eventually cured her disease. C. finally

38. Sulphur has occasionally been found in the earth in an almost pure state. C. sometimes

39. When doves are about two weeks old, they are covered with grey feathers and are  ready to ly their wings. D. test

40. I rarely wear a raincoat because I spend most of my time in a car.B. seldom                      

41. I had to keep the video camera ready  _  I saw something that needed to be filmed.      B. incase

42. l'd appreciate  _  if you would like to teach me how to use the computer. B. it

43. People get wiser and more experienced _  the increase ofage. A. with

44. The way  _ such research impacts on us may not be immediately obvious.  A. in which

45. The fact that the child was born didn't prevent him from performing well at school.      A. weak

46. The U.S. devotes _ ofitsincome to universities and colleges as Germany. D.  twice as much 47.  bothers me is that I have failed the road test. C. What

48. It is   the teachers to see that these rules are observed. C. upto 

49. What he said was too    for me to understand and I got totally lost. C. complex 

50. What I did was right, and ifl had done anything less, it  wrong. A.  would have been

Part IV Cloze (10 points)

A new report says more and more intemational students are attending colleges and universities in the US. It also notes a large increase in the number ofinternational students      51 B.from    China.The report is a joint project of the State Department and the Institute oflntemational Education (IIE), a non-profit educational and traini_ng  52 C.organization   .The report documents the     53 A. number    0finternational students in the US during the 2011-2012 school year. It says more than 764,400 such students _ 54 D. wereattending American colleges and universities during that period,    55 C.which     represents an increase of almost 6% compared to one year earlier.  56 B.Bycomparison   , the number ofAmericans       57 A. studying   0verseas mcreased by one percent. The report says 194,000 students at American colleges and universities were from China. That is an increase of more than 23% over the year 58 D. before   . Peggy Blumenthal, an assistant to the IIE president, 59 C.described    the effect of the ncrease in Chinese students, "Now they have been coming for some time. But this year was the   60 B. highest    level ever, and it really showed in the figures, driving the whole global, international undergraduate enrollment to be higher than the graduate students."

Part V Translation (15 points)

    A study found that people generally become happier and experience less worry after age fifty. In fact, it found thatby the age of eighty-five, people are happier with their life than they were at eighteen.

    有一项研究发现,一般来说,人过了50岁,幸福感会增强,而烦心事却会减少。实际上,研究还发现,一个人85岁时比他18岁时幸福感更强。

    随着年龄增长而明显改善的并非只是幸福感。另一项研究表明,八十多岁的人报告的睡眠问题最少。研究者对150 000美国成年人进行了调查。研究的初衷是试图证实一个普遍的看法,即年龄增长会使睡眠问题增加。调查确实发现中年时期睡眠问题会有所增如,尤其是中年妇女。但是,除此之外,被调查人报告,随着年龄增长,他们的睡眠质量反而有所改善。

Part VI Writing (15 points)

1.你认为业余爱好对人们有好处还是坏处?

2.举例说明业余爱好对人们有什么好处或者坏处。

The Advantages or Disadvantages ofllaving Hobbies

    Most people have hobbies, and I think this is very good, because hobbies can bring them many advantages.

    First of aH,a hobby can make boredom a thing ofthe past, because the hobby can fill their empty hours with interesting and constructive activities.  For example,I like gardening.  Whenever I feel bored,1 would go to my balcony to take care of the plants and enjoy the beautiful flowers. Then l would feel relaxed.A hobby can also add to the sense of self-esteem. Because knowing oneself is an expert at something can increase one's confidence. Thirdly,a hobby can bring one in contact with new and interesting people. Other people who share the same hobby are an excellent source of friendship. For example, people who like singing have organized some singing organizations, and many ofthem have become close friends.

Hobbies can often bring a lot of advantages to the people who invest time and energy iIl them. So I think we all should have hobbies.


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