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【英语】入学考试模拟试题一

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(I)、 When someone gives you a present, it is very (1)______ to neglect to thank him for it. If it is given to you personally, you may thank him right away, though a note of thanks or a(n) (2)______ reference to the gift in a later letter always gives pleasure. If the gift is sent to you, you should write a letter of (3)______ at once. Try to thank of the things you like about the gift and mention (4)______ in the letter.
Polite (5)______ inChinademand that a person stand up when anyone enters a room or when anyone hands him something. In the West people do not stand up nearly so frequently. When you are (6)______ a cup of tea or something to eat, for example, it is not correct to rise or even to make a slight rising movement. Remain seated and receive it with a slight (7)______ of the head and a smile and say, "Thank you."
If you are a man you must rise (8)______ feet when a lady comes up but not otherwise. A lady rises only when she is (9)______ to the host or to the guest of honor, or to a considerably older woman, not otherwise.
InChinawe use two hands when giving something to a person, or when receiving it, if we want to be very (10)______.
1.A. polite B. thoughtful C. impolite D. attentive
2.A. slight B. uneasy C. excessive D. appreciative
3.A. thanks B. reply C. answers D. attitude
4.A. them B. thank C. it D. kindness
5.A. tastes B. manners C. circumstances D. habits
6.A. introduced B. offered C. asked D. suggested
7.A. inclination B. affection C. intention D. attention
8.A. to B. from C. up D. at
9. A. called B. introduced C. suggested D. asked
10.A. careful B. polite C. graceful D. civilized

答案: CDACB   BAABB

(II)、 Many men tried to fly like birds. They made wings for themselves, usually of feather and tried to fly (1)______ moving their arms as a bird (2)______ None of them was successful. A bird has a very light body but very strong wing muscles. A man on the contrary has a (3)______ body and not very strong arm muscles. A man will never fly like a bird. His muscles are not (4)______. He can only fly properly in a plane with an engine. There is a kind of plane that doesn't have an engine. It (5)______ a glider. It's pulled into the air, rather like (6)______ a kite. If there is a good wind, it can (7)______ into the air and sometimes cover long distances. Some men didn’t find sitting in a glider (8)______. They wanted to glide by (9)______ wings, like the "bird men" of old time. But the wings of the modern "bird men" were different. They were straight and strong. They weren’t (10)______ feathers.
1. A. by     B. through   C. with   D. in
2. A. moves  B. does     C. has     D. looks
3. A. strong  B. light     C. heavy   D. big
4. A. strong enough  B. enough strong
  C. light enough   D. hard enough
5. A. is spoken B. is said   C. is called  D. is named
6. A. fly      B. flying   C. to fly     D. putting
7. A. rise     B. raise     C. run      D. rush
8. A. so excited        B. too excited
  C. exciting enough   D. very excited
9. A. being      B. doing     C. having on    D. wearing
10. A. made from B. made into  C. made of     D. make of

答案: ABCAC   BDADC

2Reading Comprehension

(1)、Ben was a poor man with a large family. One morning, waking up very early from cold and hunger, he decided to go shooting in a wood near his home. The wood belonged to a rich gentleman, and Ben had no right to go there. But, in the wood there were lots of rabbits and birds that were good to eat, and Ben determined to take the risk. Suddenly he saw the owner, with a group of friends, coming towards him in the woo d there was a look of anger on the rich man's face as he saw the gun in Ben's hands.
    Ben's heart sank with fear, but he saw there was no hope of escape, so he walked boldly up to these people and said to the gentleman, "good morning, sir, and what has brought you out so early this morning?" the rich man, rather surprised, said he and his friends were taking a little exercise to get an appetite for their breakfast. Then, looking at Ben with suspicion (怀疑), he said, “but why are you so early in the morning? Well, sir,” said Ben, “I just come out to see if i could get a breakfast for my appetite." the whole crowd burst into laughter at Ben's ready wit, and with a smile the rich man walked on. Leaving Ben to try his luck with the rabbits.
    1. This is a story about ______.
     A. a rich man who owned a big wood
     B. a poor man who lived all by himself
     C. a clever man who tried to get something to eat for his breakfast
     D. a hunter with a large family
    2. One morning Ben went to a wood ______.
     A. to get a little exercise
     B. to take in some fresh air
     C. hoping to get something to eat
     D. to visit the rich owner
    3. There was a look of anger on the rich man's face. Why?
     A. he was not expecting Ben at this early hour.
     B. he knew Ben was there hunting.
     C. he didn't like the poor man at all.
     D. Ben had not told him he would come.
    4. Why was the rich man surprised?
     A. he had not expected such a bold question from Ben.
     B. he wondered why Ben didn't run away.
     C. Ben wasn't afraid of him.
     D. Ben had a gun in his hands.
    5. Ben's ______ made the whole crowd burst into laughter.
     A. funny looks
     B. interesting words
     C. quick and witty response
     D. promise to leave right away

答案: CCDAC

(2)、     It is understood that a ballad is a song that tell a story, but a folk song is not so easily define d a ballad is a folk song, but a folk song is not a ballad until it tells a story. Folk song then has included many kinds of music for example, a sailor's song of the sea is a folk song. The blues, a type of jazz popular innew orleans, may be a folk song. In fact, there are folk songs for every job
    "home on the range" shows how a popular song may be come a folk song. It was first picked up as a folk song in 1910 by john lomax insan antonio, texas. Lomax heard the song from an old man who had been a cook many years before. The song was known all over the midwest though it did not come to national attention until the early 1930s. By 1947 "home on the range" was so popular that it be came the official state song ofkansas.
    1. A folk song is also a ballad when it ______.
     A. tells a story
     B. is sung by workers
     C. makes the listeners feel sad
     D. covers many kinds of music
    2. According to the author, which of the following is not always a folk song?
     A. ballad
     B. sailor's song.
     C. a state song
     D. a goatherd's song.
    3. A c cording to the passage, which of the following is not true of a folk song?
     A. it is passed on orally.
     B. it has different forms.
     C. it may talk about work.
     D. it is found only in the western states.
    4. The author uses the example of the " home on the range " to show that folk songs ______.
     A. always tells a story
     B. are based on written forms
     C. may come from popular songs
     D. have be come state, songs
    5. The main topic of the passage is the ______.
     A. different kinds of folk songs
     B. development of popular music
     C. definition of a ballad
     D. importance of folk songs in american life

答案: ACDCA

(3)、     Robert is nine years old and joanna is seven. They live at mountebenezer. Their father has a big property. Inaustraliathey call a farm a property.
    Robert and joanna like school very much. At school they can talk to their friends but robert and joanna cannot see their friends. They live 100, perhaps 300, miles away and like robert and joanna, they all go to school by radio.
    Mountebenezer is in the centre ofaustralianot many people live in "the centre". There are no schools with desks and blackboards and no teachers in "the centre". School is a room at home with a two-way radio. The teacher also has a two-way radio. Every morning she calls each student on the radio. When all students answer, lessons begin...think of your teacher 300 miles away!
    The children in "the centre" do not go to a school because ______.
     A. they live too far away from one another
     B. they do not like school
     C. they are not old enough to go to school
     D. their families are too poor
    2. In order to send their children to school, parents in "the centre” ofaustraliamust have ______.
     A a property
     B. a car
     C. a school room at home
     D. a special radio
    3. Teachers in "the centre" ofaustraliateach ______.
     A. not in a classroom but at the homes of the students
     B. by speaking only and not showing anything in writing
     C. without using any textbooks or pictures
     D. without knowing whether the students are attending
    4. When children are having a lesson, they can hear their teacher ______.
     A. but their teacher cannot hear them
     B. and their teacher can hear them too
     C. but cannot hear their schoolmates
     D. and see him or her at the same time
    5. A "property" inaustraliais a ______.
     A. house
     B. school
     C. farm
     D. radio

答案: ADBBC

(4)、     Concerning money or anything else, conflicts between husband and wife usually reflect a power struggle. Conflicts between parent and child often center around the same issue. As children enter adolescence, they begin to demand greater freedom to go where they please, do what they please, and make decisions without parental interference. Many american parents do not know how to deal with their teenagers and seek advice from books, lectures, and parent-training courses. Parents want to maintain a friendly relationship with their teenagers and also want to guide them so that their behavior will be whatever the parents consider proper and constructive. But in a society of rapidly changing social and moral values, parents and children often disagree about what is important and what is right. Arguments may concern such unimportant matters as styles of dress or hairdos. But quarrels may also concern school work, after school jobs, decisions, use of the family car, dating, and sexual behavior. Some families have serious problems with teenagers who drop out of school, run away from home, or use illegal drugs. Be cause so much publicity is given to the problem teenager, one gets the impression that all teenagers are trouble-makers. Actually, relatively few adolescents do anything wrong, and nearly all grow up into "solid citizens" who fulfill most of their parents' expectations. In fact, re cent studies show that the "generation gap" is narrowing. The vast majority of teenagers share most of their parents' values and ideas. Many parents feel that they ~et along with their adolescents quite well.
    1. A c cording to the writer, conflicts between husband and wife usually reflect ______.
     A. feelings of hatred
     B. power struggle
     C. that they don't care for each other
     D. that they may appeal to divorce
    2. As children enter adolescents, they begin to do the following except ______.
     A. demanding greater freedom to go where they please
     B. making decisions without parental interference
     C. getting married whenever they please
     D. doing what they please
    3. "... Generation gap is narrowing " means ______.
     A. the adolescents now be come timid
     B. parents used to get along with their children
     C. the vast majority of teenagers share most of their parents' values and ideas
     D. parents and teenagers don't like to quarrel
    4. Parents and children often disagree about what is important or right be cause ______.
     A. they have different styles of life
     B. they hate each other
     C. parents think that their children are troublemakers
     D. they are in a society of rapidly changing social and moral values
    5. When many american parents don't know how to deal with their children they seek advice from the following except ______.
     A. neighbors     B. parent-training course
     C. books         D. lectures

答案: BCCDA

 (5)、     Mark felt that it was time for him to take part in his community, so he went to the neighborhood meeting after work. The area's city councilwoman (女议员) was leading 

a discussion about how the quality of life was de creasing . The neighborhood faced many problems.
    Mark looked at the charts taped to the walls. There are charts for parking problems, crime, and for problems in vacant buildings. People were supposed to suggest solutions to the councilwoman.
    It was too much for mark. “the problems are too big," he thought. He turned to the man next to him and said, "i think this is a waste of my time. Nothing i could do would make a difference here."
    mark thought some more on his way to the bus stop. "people should just take care of themselves,” he decided "that's enough to do. I can't take on all the problems of the world"
    as he neared the bus stop, mark saw a woman carrying a grocery bag and baby. She was trying to unlock her car, but she didn't have a free hand as mark got closer, her other child, a little boy, suddenly darted into the street. The woman tried to reach for him, but as she moved, her bag shifted and groceries started to fall out. Mark ran to take the boy's arm and led him back to his mother. Then he picked up the groceries while the woman smiled in relief. "thanks!" she said “you’ve got great timing!"
    “just being neighborly," mark said as he rode home, he glanced at the walls of the bus. On one of them was “small acts of kindness add up." mark smiled and thought, “maybe that's a good place to start."
    1. It is known from the passage that _________.
     A. mark played an active part in community activities
     B. the city councilwoman was responsible for the falling of life quality
     C. visual aids were used to display the seriousness of problems
     D. many people were discouraged by the many problems facing them
    2. In mark's opinion , ___________.
     A. nobody was so able as to solve the problems
     B. he was not in the position to solve such problems
     C. many people were too selfish to think about others
     D. he already had more than enough work to do
    3. The word "darted" in paragraph 5 can be best replaced by _________.
     A. " walked " B. " marched " C. "wandered " D. " dashed "
    4. What is the implication of the words on the bus wall?
     A. you should be kind to your neighbors and they will treat you the same way.
     B. everyone can play his own part to make things better.
     C. all small acts will add up to kindness.
     D. it's a small a ct to help a person in nee d
    5. The passage is mainly about ____________.
     A. how individuals can help make a difference
     B. running a neighborhood meeting to solve its problems
     C. citizens' reactions to the problems they face
     D. solving problems through group action

答案: CBDBA

(5)、     Walking through the dry leaves on his way home, pat thought of what a bad day in school it had been. But every day was a bad day for him; he and the school did not like each other. But now that he was in the forest, pat began to feel more like his usual self. He stopped to look at the qui ck moving stream of water called the totopotomy. This little river was named for a man pat liked, totopotomy chief of the friendly paumunkey indians. He had heard stories about boys caught by the paumunkeys who, when they were free, did not want to go home. Pat could understand how they felt. They did not have to go to school; they lived in the fresh air, and went fishing and hunting. How wonderful that must be!
    The gentle sounds of a bird singing could be heard through the trees. Pat looked up, and tried to make the same sound uncle langloo had told him to try and learn the language of the birds, and he was trying. Pat wanted to be like his uncle in every way langloo winston was a hunter who spent most of his time living with the indians. He fished with them, talked with them, even dressed like them, and the indians loved him.
    When pat reached home, a young slave named caesar ran out to meet him. Pat gave him a friendly push, and both boys roiled in the red earth. Caesar's job was to serve pat, but he was more friend than servant. Even as a boy, pat henry did not believe in such differences between men.
    1. This passage is about ______.
     A a servant         B. a school boy
     C. uncle langloo    D. totopetomy
    2. The paumunkeys did all the following except ______.
     A not having to go to school    B. living in the fresh air
     C. going fishing and hunting    D. not wanting to go home
    3. A c cording to the passage, pat didn't ______.
     A. want to be like his uncle in every way
     B. try to make the sounds of a bird singing
     C. like to go to school
     D. go to school a cross the forest
    4. Pat thought caesar was his ______.
     A. friend B. servant C. master D. slave
    5. It's safe to say that pat came from ______ family.
     A. an indian B. a rich C. a poor D. a black

答案:BDCAB

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