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2007年江苏专转本(英语)真题试卷

2020-11-21

一、1.

A.height of the hillB.speed of soundC.distance to the hillD.intensity of sound

2. Practical application of this principle resulted in______.

A.new electronic instruments for planesB.a radio directing and ranging deviceC.new radio sets for RAF bombersD.an electronic detecting device

3. Radar enabled the English to______.

A.detect German planes on their way to LondonB.direct the outnumbered RAF planes effectivelyC.confuse German bomber pilotsD.both A and B

4. It can be inferred from the passage that______.

A.light waves could be used in a device similar to radarB.radar was a practical application of a well-known principleC.radar gready increased the effectiveness of the Royal Air ForceD.sound waves are reflected from a hillside under all conditions

5. The author of this passage probably intended to explain ,______.

A.exactly how radar worksB.why the British used radio waves in their deviceC.how radar(word and device)came to beD.how radar helped the British win the Battle of Britain

A.cared little about philosophyB.applied their knowledge to constructionC.saw the necessity for developing theoretical scienceD.studied the past and learned from it

8. The ancient Romans did not concern themselves with______.

A.theoretical or abstract thoughtB.applied mathematicsC.studyingD.either A or C

9. In construction, the Romans made extensive use of______.

A.iron oreB.geometry and trigonometryC.Greek mathematical thoughtD.both B and C

10. Many Roman inventions were based on Greek weapons because the______.

A.Greeks had superior weaponsB.Romans were involved in frequent warsC.Romans were familiar with many types of weaponsD.Greeks proved themselves inspired inventors

11. The author of this passage probably wanted to explain why______.

A.he considered the Romans a practical peopleB.Roman architects and engineers were the best in ancient timesC.theoretical thinking is necessary for the growth of a nationD.the Romans contributed little to philosophical thought

A.The United StatesB.CanadaC.The U. S. and CanadaD.Europe

14. In this article, a network is a group of connected______.

A.radio or TV stationsB.peopleC.computersD.roads

15. Before the invention of the Internet, our connections with people took place mainly

A.in personB.by phoneC.by letterD.by e-mail

16. Which of the following has happened since the invention of the Internet and e-mail?

A.People are talking on the phone more than ever.B.Interaction through the computer has replaced a lot of person to person interaction.C.Americans are turning into hermits.D.Sixty million Americans have bought computers.

17. Which of the following was NOT one of the discoveries of the Pew study?

A.The Internet has put us in touch with more people than expected.B.People use the Internet to get advice on careers, medical problems, and other questions.C.For many Americans, the Internet plays an important role in helping them make important decisions.D.Internet addiction is a growing problem among people who use computers.

A.The father wanted the children to learn more about religion.B.The children got poor grades in their regular school.C.The regular school teachers neglected the children.D.Friends and relatives thought the children should learn religion.

20. The purpose of the cruise mentioned in the passage was to______.

A.have funB.test the author"s sailing abilityC.reward the author for completing summer schoolD.get to the island

21. Why did the author have to plot the course of her cruise?

A.She had to demonstrate her ability to do so.B.She was afraid of getting lost.C.The coast was dangerous.D.The tides were strong.

22. How long did the author"s cruise last?

A.All summer.B.Overnight.C.A week.D.One day, morning till night.

23. Apparently a knockabout is______.

A.a seaman"s knotB.a cruiseC.an islandD.a boat

A.New England establishmentsB.the Latin grammar school and the academyC.the public high schoolD.both B and C

26. According to the passage, which of the following sequences indicates the order in which the school developed?

A.Latin grammar school, public high school, academy.B.Latin grammar school, academy, public high school.C.Public high school, Latin grammar school, academy.D.Public high school, academy, Latin grammar school.

27. Since 1908, secondary-school enrollments have______.

A.almost doubled every ten yearsB.practically doubledC.declined in enrollmentD.increased tenfold

28. In the southern states, the principal means of secondary education even after 1900 continued to be the______.

A.Latin grammar schoolB.academyC.classical language schoolD.church school

29. One can properly infer from this article that "Latin grammar school" refers to______.

A.the Boston Free Latin SchoolB.all elementary schools in the United StatesC.schools which taught Latin exclusive of all other subjectsD.a number of grammar schools which developed in New England

二、2.Vocabulary and Structure

0. Mary is one of the brightest students who______from New York University.

A.graduatedB.have graduatedC.had graduatedD.has graduated

1. My friend"s son, who is a soldier, was delighted when he was______only a few miles from home.

A.campedB.situatedC.placedD.stationed

2. She has bought some lovely______to make herself a dress.

A.stuffB.clothingC.materialD.pattern

3. She is pleased with what you have given her husband and______you have fold him.

A.thatB.whichC.al whatD.all that

4. I passed my exams but it was a long time______my friends about it.

A.that I didn"t tellB.before I told"C.after I toldD.since I told

5. The stone statue in the city square was put up______the fallen heroes.

A.in memory ofB.in search ofC.in terms ofD.in view of

6. When I applied for my passport to be renewed, I had to send a______photo.

A.freshB.familiarC.recentD.late

7. The Americans and the British not only speak the same language but also ______ many social customs.

A.joinB.shareC.createD.maintain

8. ______from the hill-top, the lake scenery is beyond description.

A.SeenB.SeeingC.To seeD.Having seen

9. In many schools, students don"t have easy access ______computers.

A.ofB.intoC.forD.to

10. His success was due to______he had been working hard all the time.

A.thatB.the fact whichC.the fact thatD.the fact what

11. He didn"t want to go to the cinema but they begged so hard that he finally______ and went with them.

A.gave offB.gave awayC.gave outD.gave in

12. The toy boat turned over and sank to the ______of the pool.

A.bottomB.groundC.floorD.base

13. You mustn"t be______, or else you will make a lot of mistakes.

A.quickB.hastyC.rapidD.fast

14. Do not disturb me. I______letters all morning and have written six so far.

A.writeB.am writingC.was writingD.have been writing

15. Teachers always tell their students that it is no good ______ today"s work for tomorrow.

A.to leaveB.leavingC.leftD.leave

16. I have really got angry with John because______I suggest, he always disagrees.

A.whateverB.anythingC.whatD.everything

17. George had great difficulty in swimming across the lake, but he finally succeeded on his fourth ______.

A.processB.attemptC.displayD.intention

18. After much thought, the engineer found a very______solution to the problem.

A.logicalB.necessaryC.cleverD.ordinary

19. Edison tested more than one thousand materials to see if they could______electric current and glow.

A.bringB.makeC.carryD.produce

20. If we had known that she had planned to arrive today, we______her at the bus station.

A.will have metB.might meetC.had metD.might have met

21. When a machine is______, suitable materials must be chosen for its parts.

A.buildingB.buildC.to buildD.to be built

22. His wide ______ of the newspaper world enabled him to become a successful editor.

A.careerB.experienceC.experimentD.information

23. Scientists have recently ______ the theory that eating too much fat is bad for the heart.

A.put forwardB.put alongC.put outD.put up

24. When we reached the station, the train had not arrived yet; so we______.

A.needed not to hurryB.needn"t have hurriedC.didn"t need to hurryD.had not needed to hurry

25. Many things______impossible in the past are quite common today.

A.consideringB.being consideredC.to be consideredD.considered

26. We believe that the young generation will prove______of our trust.

A.worthB.worthyC.worthwhileD.worthless

27. The two elements ,______water is made up are the gases oxygen and hydrogen.

A.thatB.whichC.of whichD.with which

28. So fast______that it is difficult for us to imagine its speed.

A.light travelsB.travels lightC.does light travelsD.does light travel

29. Output is now six times ______it was before liberation.

A.thatB.whichC.whatD.of which

30. Most foreign businessmen are ______ the government"s new policy on foreign investment.

A.in relation toB.in possession ofC.in contrast ofD.in favor of

31. He made such a______contribution to the university that they are naming one of the new buildings after him.

A.modestB.generousC.realD.adequate

32. It has always been the ______ of our firm to encourage workers to take part in social activities.

A.campaignB.procedureC.policyD.rule

33. We arranged to meet at the theatre at seven but she didn"t______.

A.turn upB.turn downC.turn offD.turn round

34. The passengers______out of the exit when we arrived at the airport.

A.were just comingB.just cameC.are just comingD.just come

35. As soon as World War II ended, Einstein urged that atomic energy ______ to peaceful use.

A.is putB.be putC.would be putD.will be put

36. Surveys have revealed that quite a lot of people watch TV only to______time.

A.wasteB.spendC.killD.take

37. Neither the teacher not her students ______ to attend the meeting by the headmaster.

A.has been askedB.has askedC.just cameD.have been asked

38. The photographs of Mars taken from satellites are______than those taken from the earth.

A.much clearerB.the clearestC.clearestD.more clearer

39. Although I hadn"t seen him for years, I______his voice on the telephone at once.

A.realizedB.recognizedC.heardD.discovered

三、3.Cloze

A.inB.atC.onD.for

2.(67)

A.clearlyB.quicklyC.eagerlyD.badly

3.(68)

A.carB.planeC.busD.helicopter

4.(69)

A.hotB.coldC.mildD.changeable

5.(70)

A.soB.veryC.muchD.too

6.(71)

A.tookB.madeC.paidD.reached

7.(72)

A.sadnessB.horrorC.disappointmentD.astonishment

8.(73)

A.prepareB.stayC.unpackD.pack

9.(74)

A.backB.forwardC.overD.across

10.(75)

A.storeB.supermarketC.restaurantD.baker"s

11.(76)

A.a littleB.a wordC.muchD.any

12.(77)

A.bakerB.managerC.assistantD.waiter

13.(78)

A.understandB.obeyC.pay attention toD.take care of

14.(79)

A.whenB.afterC.untilD.as

15.(80)

A.beganB.stoppedC.intendedD.continued

16.(81)

A.importantB.impossibleC.excitingD.interesting

17.(82)

A.couldB.couldn"tC.wouldD.wouldn"t

18.(83)

A.awakeB.asleepC.waitingD.confused

19.(84)

A.pollutedB.pollutingC.interestedD.interesting

20.(85)

A.FrenchB.SpanishC.EnglishD.Chinese

A.acrossB.awayC.alongD.over

23.(87)

A.moreB.muchC.leastD.little

24.(88)

A.style. ,B.wayC.methodD.manner

25.(89)

A.followB.to followC.followedD.following

26.(90)

A.toB.inC.forD.at

27.(91)

A.levelsB.standardsC.heightsD.varieties

28.(92)

A.daytimeB.nighttimeC.shallowD.deep

29.(93)

A.now thatB.in order thatC.so thatD.for fear that

30.(94)

A.restfulB.restlessC.usefulD.useless

31.(95)

A.whereverB.howeverC.wheneverD.whichever

32.(96)

A.activeB.awakeC.asleepD.aware

33.(97)

A.InsteadB.StillC.MoreoverD.Then

34.(98)

A.layB.laidC.liedD.lain

35.(99)

A.deepB.soundC.deeplyD.lightly

36.(100)

A.conferenceB.consentC.confidenceD.command

37.(101)

A.eitherB.bothC.neitherD.not only

38.(102)

A.ItB.OneC.ThisD.That

39.(103)

A.makesB.forcesC.causesD.leads

40.(104)

A.SoB.ThusC.OrD.But

41.(105)

A.turnB.goC.fallD.become

四、4.

Section ADirections: Translate the following English into Chinese.

0. They used radio waves instead of sound waves, since radio waves can penetrate fog and clouds. ( Passage 1)

1. Because of their frequent wars, many of their inventions were no more than improvements in the design of Greek weapons with which they were familiar. (Passage 2)

2. In the past, many people were worried that the Internet isolated us and caused us to spend too much time in the imaginary world of the computer. ( Passage 3 )

3. (非英语类学生必做)Summers with father were always enjoyable. Swimming, hiking, boating, fishing—the days were not long enough to contain all of our activities. (Passage 4)

4. (非英语类学生必做)There never seemed to be enough time to go to church, which disturbed some friends and relations. (Passage 4)

5. (英语类学生必做)The curriculum consisted mainly of the classical languages, and the purpose of this kind of school was the preparation of boys for college, where most of them would be fitted for the ministry. (Passage 4)

6. (英语类学生必做)Just as the curriculum of the academy grew out of that of the Latin grammar school, so the curriculum of the public high school developed out of that of the academy. ( Passage 4)

五、5.

Section BDirections: Translate the following Chinese into English.

0. 使他吃惊的是,她不仅没有表扬他,反而批评了他。

1. 陈大夫整个晚上都在为伤员做手术。

2. 我们提议对计划作修改。

3. 他那么细心,不会不注意到这一点的。

4. 很难说这两个人中谁年龄大些,看上去他们年龄差不多。

六、6.Writing

0. In this part, you are required to write an essay about making the most of our school days. You should write at least 120 words and base your composition on the outline ( given in Chinese) below;1.生命是短暂的,时间是宝贵的;2.在校学习的时间更短暂;3.应该充分利用在校时光。

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