高起专、高起本英语入学考试样题

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学习中心:____________   准考证号:____________   姓名:____________

Instructions:

l  笔试部分共包括三部分内容。

l  请将第一部分至第三部分答案写在答题卡(机读卡)上或将答案写在试卷每题的题号旁边(无机读卡的学习中心)。

Part I  Vocabulary and Grammar词汇和语法 (30 points)

Questions 1 – 15: Choose the best answer from A, B, C and D. Write your answers on the Answer Sheet. A, B, C, D选项中选择一个正确的答案写在答题卷上。

1.         I don’t like talking on _______ telephone; I prefer writing _______ letters.

A. a, the     B. a, 不填         C. the, the        D. the, 不填

2.         Tom remembered _______ there with his father several years ago.

A. having been     B. to be      C. had been        D. to have been

3.         There was a small room into _______ we put all the books.

A. which      B. where      C. that            D. it

4.         Scarcely had her husband arrived home _______ his wife started complaining.

A. when       B. that            C. than            D. and

5.         The players tried their best despite the fact that there was no hope of _______ winning the game.

A. their      B. theirs     C. them       D. they

6.         Your advice on this issue is of great _______ to us.

A. price      B. cost            C. usefulness      D. value

7.         Betty went out _______ the fact that she had a bad cold.

A. except for B. in spite of         C. instead of      D. besides

8.         How did you _______ the football match yesterday?

_______.

A.     think, Very boring

B.      like, Very bored

C.      feel, Very bored

D.     find, Very boring

9.         Only after you have obtained enough data _______ reach a sound conclusion.

A. can you    B. you can         C. will you        D. you will

10.     What a wonderful meal! I’ve never eaten _______ one before.

A. a better        B. a best     C. the better      D. the best

11.     You _______ go now. It's getting late.

A.    had rather

B.    would rather

C.    had better

D.    would better

12.     Would you repeat your name and address? I didn't quite _______ it.

A. catch      B. say             C. understand      D. listen to

13.     _______ we go to him or he comes to us will not make any difference.

A. Whether    B. That            C. If              D. What

14.     After a year's hard work, he won the first _______ in the national contest.

A. reward     B. award      C. prize      D. price

15.     Kitty talks as if she _______ on the spot.

A. is         B. were       C. has been        D. be

Part II     Cloze 完型填空 (30points)

Questions 16 – 30: Choose the best answer from A, B, C and D. Write your answers on the Answer Sheet. A, B, C, D选项中选择一个正确的答案写在答题卷上。

To communicate well with other people, you must learn to speak well, right? Yes, but speaking isn’t _______ (16). Some experts say only 30 percent of communication comes _______ (17) talking. Your gestures and other actions _______ (18), too. _______ (19) in different cultures, the same action can have different meanings.

Everyone around the world knows the “OK” hand gesture, _______ (20) they? Be careful not _______ (21) too much! In Spain, the OK sign is considered rude. If you go shopping in Japan, it means you’d like your change in coins _______ (22) paper money. In France, making the OK sign means you think something is worthless. _______ (23) a gesture as common as the OK sign is not generally understood. Check _______ (24) you use it so as not to get yourself into trouble.

If you understand everything in this article _______ (25), nod your head. Does that mean yes? Not among some Malaysians. The Malaysians _______ (26) with something by shaking their heads from side to side. To many foreigners visiting Malaysia, this is clearly a no _______ (27). Wow, _______ (28) different!

Understanding even _______ (29) key gestures from different cultures can make you a better communicator. So _______ (30) time you go overseas, find out the local gesture, and let your body talk.

16.     A. anything  B. something       C. nothing         D. everything

17.     A. from      B. to              C. for             D. in

18.     A. do        B. mind       C. matter     D. decide

19.     A. So        B. But             C. That            D. What

20.     A. do        B. don’t     C. are             D. aren’t

21.     A. assume         B. assuming        C. to assume       D. to assuming

22.     A. in case of     B. instead of      C. in spite of         D. in need of

23.     A. Even      B. Even if         C. As              D. As if

24.     A. after          B. until      C. before     D. while

25.     A. so far         B. so much         C. that far        D. that much

26.     A. accept         B. differ     C. agree      D. disagree

27.     A. sense          B. means      C. way             D. sign

28.     A. what      B. how             C. why             D. this

29.     A. little         B. a little        C. few             D. a few

30.     A. last      B. later           C. other      D. next

Part III    Reading Comprehension 阅读理解 (40 points)

Passage One

Writing is not an easy skill. It is both mental and physical. A person must be able to move the muscles in the hands and fingers to form letters and numbers. Some people are not able to move these muscles easily. Experts say teachers should suspect dysgraphia(书写困难) if they see handwriting that is unusually difficult to understand.

Children with dysgraphia often hold their writing tools in an unusual position. They may also place the paper in an odd position for writing. The disorder generally appears when they first learn to write. Children continue to write wrong or misspelled words, even after their teacher has shown them the correct way.

 

Experts say the cause of the disorder is not known. Some people with dysgraphia are able to improve their writing ability. But others are not. As with other disorders, the most important part of treatment is for someone to first identify the problem.

There are some simple methods to help these children. For example, schools can give them more time to complete writing activities. Students might be permitted to type their work. They do not have to write by hand. Teachers can also permit students to take exams by speaking the answers instead of writing them.

Experts say people with dysgraphia may be able to write well if they work slowly and develop their skills. Technology can help. One way to avoid the problem is to use a computer. Students can use the computer spell checker to help make sure every word is correct.

Questions 31 – 35: Choose the best answer from A, B, C and D. Write your answers on the Answer Sheet. A, B, C, D 选项中选择一个正确的答案写在答题卷上。

31.     Children may be considered to have dysgraphia if _______.

A.      they hold their pen in an unusual position

B.      their hands and fingers are unusually shaped

C.      their handwriting is unusually hard to understand

D.      they place the paper in an unusual position for writing

32.     Children with dysgraphia _______.

A.   can improve their writing ability later on

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