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      廣東成人高考專升本入學考試一英語科目真題參考
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      廣東成人高考專升本入學考試一英語科目真題參考

      考試科目:英語

      第Ⅰ卷(選擇題,共125分)
      I. Phonetics(5 points)
      Directions:In each of the following groups of words, there are four underlined letters or letter combinations marked A, B, C and D.Compare the underlined parts and identify the one that is different from the others in pronunciation. Mark your answer by blackening the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet.
      1.
      A.land
      B.lamb
      C.father
      D.ladder
      2.
      A.challenge
      B.cheap
      C.choose
      D.character
      3.
      A.sweat
      B.please
      C.beat
      D.meat
      4.
      A.rescue
      B.league
      C.pursue
      D.argue
      5.
      A.action
      B.section
      C.solution
      D.question
       
      II.Vocabulary and Structure( 15 points)
      Directions:There are 15 incomplete sentences in this section. For each sentence there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. Choose one answer that best completes the sentence and blacken the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet.
      6.There ____ no one to help me at this moment, I need to handle the work all by myself.
      A.be
      B. being
      C. to be
      D. been
      7. Mary took a part-time job last summer, but her parents were unhappy about ____ she did.
      A.these
      B. which
      C. that
      D. what
      8. I did not do well on the writing exam, for the topic to write on was unfamiliar ____ me.
      A. to
      B.for
      C. with
      D.about
      9. I can hardly distinguish the two girls, since they look quite ____.
      A.like
      B. unlike
      C. alike
      D. likely
      10. You'd better speak loudly at the meeting ____ everyone can hear you.
      A. except that
      B. such that
      C. in that
      D. so that
      11. Peter would ____ stay at home watching TV than go shopping with his mom.
      A.rather
      B. quite
      C.better
      D. still
      12. By the time you return in two years, your hometown will ____ new look.
      A. have taken on
      B.take on
      C. have been taken on
      D. be taken on
      13. Please make sure that your name is entered in the ____ space when you fill out this form.
      A.vacant
      B. bare
      C.blank
      D.empty
      14. Reading aloud every day can be one of the most ____ ways to improve your spoken English.
      A.evident
      B. effective
      C. favorite
      D.favorable
      15. If Peter had told his teacher about his difficulty in math homework,she ____ him before the exam.
      A. helps
      B. will help
      C. would have helped
      D. would help
      16. ____ all the difficulties, the researcher continued her research.
      A. In case of
      B. In spite of
      C. Because of
      D. Instead of
      17. The organizers of the conference have arranged hotel rooms for those students ____ from out of town.
      A. to come
      B.come
      C. coming
      D. to have come
      18. The job applicant was worried about the interview ____ he was well prepared.
      A. if
      B.because
      C.when
      D. though
      19. It was suggested that this hardworking girl ____ an example for other students.
      A. be set
      B. will be set
      C. could be set
      D. had been set
      20. Since computers were introduced, they ____ to be useful tools for people weak in math.
      A. had prove
      B. have proved
      C. will prove
      D. are proving
       
      Ⅲ. Cloze(30 points)
      Directions: For each blank in the following passage, there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. Choose the one that is most suitable and mark your answer by blackening the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet.
      In our online life, we need to use passwords frequently. We use passwords 21 e-mail, gaming sites, social networking sites, and other shopping sites 22, the passwords most people use are not very 23 and can easily be “broken” by others. In fact, the most commonly used passwords are so simple that it requires very 24 effort to figure them out. Can you guess 25 the most commonly used passwords are? They are: Names of baseball teams, birth dates of a family 26 the year of a special sports event, the random numbers like 156468, 27 the name of a friend, pet, favorite TV star, or band.
      There are prograns 28 to break into people's online accounts. These programs are 29 of trying every word in the English dictionary and the dictionaries 30 many foreign languages, in their effort to break into an account. 31 can even search words backward. Some will try 32 words or words that are followed by numbers, 33 school222. These programs can test millions of passwords in a few minutes. So, you are advised to be careful about 34 passwords so that they will be hard to break. You are also advi dvised not to make them 35 hard to remember. Meanwhile, you need to change them once in a while.
      21.
      A.to
      B. with
      C. by
      D.for
      22.
      A.However
      B.Therefore
      C.Moreover
      D.Besides
      23.
      A. natural
      B.safe
      C.strange
      D.clear
      24.
      A.minor
      B.small
      C.little
      D.tiny
      25.
      A.what
      B. who
      C. where
      D. which
      26.
      A.figure
      B. member
      C.creature
      D.character
      27.
      A. as close as
      B. as good as
      C. as dear as
      D. as well as
      28.
      A.formed
      B.shaped
      C. composed
      D. designed
      29.
      A. typical
      B.capable
      C.sure
      D.true
      30.
      A. from
      B. with
      C. of
      D. for
      31.
      A.They
      B.It
      C.That
      D.Those
      32.
      A.added
      B.gathered
      C. combined
      D. collected
      33.
      A. such as
      B. except for
      C. as for
      D. as of
      34.
      A. locating
      B. searching
      C. choosing
      D. tracking
      35.
      A. rather
      B. too
      C. far
      D. enough
       
      省略部分。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。
       
      Passage Fiv
      Socrates is often referred to as one of the founders of Western philosophy, and yet he wrote nothing, established no school, and held no particular theories of his own. What he did do, however, was frequently ask the questions that interested him, and in doing so developed a new way of thinking. This method proceeds(展開) as dialogue between opposing views, and it earned him many enemies in Athens, where he lived.
      Aa a young man, Socrates is believed to have studied natural philosophy, looking at the various explanations of the nature of the universe, but then became involved in the politics of the city-state and concerned with more down-to-earth moral issues, such as the nature of justice.
      However, he was not interested in winning arguments, or arguing for the sake of making money. Nor was he seeking answers or explanations. He was simply examining the basis of the concepts we apply to ourselves such as “good”, “bad”, and “just”), for he believed that understanding what we are is the first task of philosophy.
      He was sentenced to death on charges of corrupting the young with bad ideas. But he also had many followers, and among them was Plato, who recorded Socrates' ideas in the written works, called dialogues, in which Socrates sets about examining various ideas.
      Socrates'central concern, then, was the examination of life and it was his cruel questioning of people's most valued beliefs (largely about themselves) that earned him his enemies-but he remained committed to his task until the very end. According to the account of his defense at his trial, Socrates chose death rather than face a life of ignorance: “The life which is unexamined is not worth living.”
      52. What is true about Socrates?
      A. Socrates solved the problems of Western philosophy.
      B. Socrates tried to find answers to his questions.
      C. Socrates forced his enemies to accept his ideas.
      D. Socrates cared about the meaning of life.
      53. What is the most important task of philosophy according to Socrates?
      A. Understanding our true self.
      B. Examining some basic concepts.
      C. Challenging the views of enemies.
      D. Giving explanations for arguments.
      54. What is the passage mainly about?
      A. Socrates'beliefs of philosophy.
      B. Socrates'outlook on death.
      C. Socrates' influence on youths.
      D. Socrates' questions about universe.
      55. What is the tone of the passage?
      A. Humorous.
      B. Bitter.
      C. Sympathetic.
      D. Objective.
       
      V. Daily Conversation( 15 points)
      Directions: Pick out appropriate expressions from the eight choices below and complete the following dialogues by blackening the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet.
      A. Sounds great!
      B. This is our first trip here.
      C. When shall we set off?
      D. Could you recommend some places for us?
      E. You are welcome.
      F. What could I get?
      G. Have great fun.
      H. Is there anything interesting there?
      Receptionist: Good morning!
      Mr. Smith: Good morning! Today we are free for sightseeing. 56
      Receptionist: Okay. Have you ever been here before?
      Mr. Smith: No. 57
      Receptionist: Then, I suggest that you visit the Ancient Cultural Street.
      Mr. Smith: 58
      Receptionist: Yes. The architecture is wonderful It represents the folk style of the Qing Dynasty.
      Mr. Smith: 59 Thank you very much
      Receptionist: 60 Have a good time!
       
      第Ⅱ卷(非選擇題,共25分)
      Ⅵ. Writing(25 points)
      Directions: For this part, you are supposed to write an e-mail in about 100-120 words based on the following situation. Remember to write it clearly.
      61.新學期伊始,你們班準備組織一場迎新晚會,讓同學們熟悉起來。你(Li Yuan)打算邀請外教(Tim)來參加迎新晚會。請給他寫一封e-mail,內容包括:
      (1)邀請他參加迎新晚會;
      (2)介紹迎新晚會的一些活動安排;
      (3)希望他能夠做個簡短發言;
      (4)期待他的到來。




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