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工硕联考英语模拟预测题(含答案)

2007年12月19日  所属:其他考研  来源:中国在职学习网  作者:佚名

一份工硕联考英语模拟预测题,仅供参考。
Part One  Vocabulary and Structure
  Directions:
  In this part there are 20 incomplete sentences, each with four suggested answers. Choose the one you think is the best answer. Mark your choice on the Answer Sheet by drawing with a pencil a short bar across the corresponding letter in the brackets.
  1. The first, second, and third prizes went to Jack, Tom, and Harry ______.
  (A) equally  (B) differently
  (C) similarly (D)respectively
  2. He had never given a speech to so many people, so he felt ______.
  (A) excited    (B) stupid
  (C) disappointed  (D) nervous
  3. Success in the lab doesn‘t always mean immediate success on a large ______.
  (A) business (B) account
  (C) way    (D) scale
  4. Dinner will be ready _____, but we still have time for a drink.
  (A) presently (B) currently
  (C) lately   (D) finally
  5. It is impossible to ______with a person whose methods are completely opposed to your own.
  (A) cooperate  (B) correspond
  (C) compete   (D) compare
  6. It was the training that he had as a young man _____ made him such a good engineer.
  (A) has   (B) later
  (C) which  (D) that
  7. Other considerations _____ equal, the pressure remains constant.
  (A) being   (B) be
  (C) will be  (D) is
  8. The policeman needs to see _____ your ID card or your driver‘s license.
  (A) every   (B) each
  (C) either  (D) both
  9. “Let‘s start our meeting immediately _____ everyone has arrived,” the chairman said.
  (A) although  (B) until
  (C) after   (D) now that
  10. I walked eight miles today. I never guessed that I could walk ______far.
  (A) that (B) this
  (C) such (D) as
  Part Two Reading Comprehension
  Directions:
  In this part there are 4 passages followed by questions or unfinished statements, each with four suggested answers. Choose the one you think is the best answer. Mark your choice on the Answer Sheet by drawing with a pencil a short bar across the corresponding letter in the brackets.
  Questions 11-15 are based on the following passage:
  Until recently the opportunities for criminal activities on the Internet have been low. However, the volume of business done on the Internet is growing rapidly, as people order books and other products and make money transactions. All this is creating temptations for hackers(黑客)。
  Hackers are often young people who are interested in computers. They use them to move quietly to the Internet, looking for ways to break into computers systems run by banks, telephone companies and even Government departments. They look for examples of credit cards and try to steal the numbers.
  Hackers rarely admit to a successful break-in. The first indication of a hacking may be when a customer discovers a wrong money transaction on a credit card account. It is harder to check on somebody misusing an online connection unless there is a massive download of information which would call the attention of the consumer.
  11. The main idea of the first paragraph is that ______.
  (A) the opportunities for criminal activities on the Internet have been low
  (B) the opportunities for criminal activities on the Internet are low
  (C) there are more opportunities for criminal activities on the Internet
  (D) people should not make money transactions on the Internet
  12. The word “temptations” in the first paragraph is closest in meaning to ______.
  (A) interests (B) attractions
  (C) benefits (D) profits
  13. In the passage, it‘s said that hackers may attack the Internet system of all the following institutions except _____.
  (A) banks
  (B) telephone companies
  (C) universities
  (D) government departments
  14. Which of the following is not the reason for a hacking being found?
  (A) The customer found something wrong with his account.
  (B) There was a huge amount of information being downloaded.
  (C) There was a wrong money transaction.
  (D) The hacker proudly admitted his successful break-in.
  15. In the last sentence of the paragraph, “somebody” refers to a______.
  (A) customer (B) card user
  (C) hacker (D) bank clerk
  Questions 16-20 are based on the following passage:
  For any Englishman, there can never be any discussion as to who is the world‘s greatest writer. Only one name can possibly suggest itself to him: that of William Shakespeare(莎士比亚)。 Every Englishman has some knowledge of his work. All of us use words and phrases from Shakespeare’s writings that have become a part of the English-speaking people.
  Shakespeare, more perhaps than any other writer, made full use of the English language. Most of us use about five thousand words in our normal employment of English; Shakespeare in his works used about twenty-five thousand! There is probably no better way for a foreigner (or an Englishman!) to appreciate the richness and variety of the English language than by studying the various ways in which Shakespeare uses it. Such a study is well worth the effort (it is not, of course, recommended to beginners), even though some aspects of English usage, and the meaning of many words, have changed since Shakespeare‘s day.
  16. From the first two sentences of the passage we can conclude that ________.
  (A) it can‘t be discussed about who is the world’s greatest poet
  (B) it can‘t be discussed about who is the world’s greatest dramatist
  (C) Shakespeare is regarded as a greatest writer
  (D) Englishmen like to discuss about who is the world‘s greatest writer
  17. According to the passage many English words and phrases that we use today are from ______.
  (A) Englishmen (B) Shakespeare‘s works
  (C) English speaking people (D) ancient people
  18. To learn the richness of the English language, people should ______.
  (A) read Shakespeare‘s plays
  (B) learn from an English man
  (C) be glad to be a foreigner
  (D) write and read more
  19. The author does not suggest beginners reading Shakespeare‘s plays, probably because _____.
  (A) the works are for native speakers
  (B) only Englishmen can understand his plays
  (C) the works are too difficult for a beginner
  (D) some of English usage and the meaning of many words have changed
  20. In this passage the author wants to _______.
  (A) show the richness of English language
  (B) tell how great a writer Shakespeare is
  (C) tell that some English words are out of use now
  (D) tell that some aspects of English usage have changed since Shakespeare‘s day
  Questions 21-25 are based on the following passage:
  Oxford and Cambridge differ from the rest of the universities in Great Britain in many important respects, but resemble each other quite closely.
  Oxford was founded in the 12th century. There are at present 35 colleges: three are for women only and the rest take both men and women. There are at present approximately 9,400 students in residence, of whom over a third are women. The city of Oxford is popular with tourists because of the University‘s many beautiful medieval buildings.
  Cambridge was founded in the 13th century. There are at present 28 colleges, of which only one is for men students only and two for women only. The remaining 25 take both men and women. There are at present over 9000 students in residence, of whom a third are women. Cambridge University has made the city of Cambridge an internationally famous tourist entre.
  21. With the first sentence, the author wants to say that _____.
  (A) Oxford and Cambridge are different
  (B) Universities in Britain are different in many aspects
  (C) Oxford and Cambridge share many similarities
  (D) Oxford and Cambridge are different from each other
  22. The ratio of male to female students in residence at both universities is about _____.
  (A) 1:2 (B) 1:3
  (C) 3:32 (D) 3:10
  23. Which of the following statements is NOT true?
  (A) Oxford has a longer history than Cambridge.
  (B) There are 32 colleges in Oxford that only accept men.
  (C) There is one college at Cambridge that only accepts men
  (D) There are more male students than female at both universities
  24. Tourists go to the city of Oxford to _____.
  (A) study there
  (B) see the medieval buildings
  (C) view the river
  (D) look at the residents

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