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招生考试英语模拟试题(一)

第一卷 (三大题, 共120分)

Ⅰ单项选择(共20小题,每小题2分,满分40分)

1. We could invite John and Barbara to the Friday night party.

Yes, ______ ? I’ll give them a call right now.

A. why not B. what for C. why D. what

2. Are you going to Tom’s birthday party?

_________ . I might have to work.

A. It depends B. Thank you C. Sound great D. Don’t mention it

3. I always wanted to do the job which I’d been trained ______ .

A. on B. for C. by D. of

good service, the restaurant offers different kinds of traditional Fujian dishes.

A. Far from B. Apart from C. instead of D. Regardless of

5. Giving up my job to go back to full time caudation was a big________, but now I know it was

the best decision I ever made.

A. project B. competition C. commitment D. ambition

6. Bring the flowers into a warm room ___ they'll soon open.

A. or B. and C. but D. for

7. When Alice came to, she did not know how long she _____ there.

A. had been lying B. has been lying C. was lying D. has lain

8. When I got on the bus, I _____ I had left my wallet at home.

A. was realizing B. realized C. have realized D. would realize

9. I'll go to the library as soon as I finish what I _____.

A. was doing B. am doing C. have done D. had been doing

10. Sit down, Emma.You will only make yourself more tired, ________ on your feet.

A. keeping B. to keep C. having kept D. to have kept

11.--Could I use your bike, Jack ? --Of course, you_________ .

A. can B. may C. could D. might

12. I lost my way in complete darkness and, _______ matters worse, it began to rain.

A. made B. having made C. making D. to make

13. The train _________ arrive at 11:30, but it was an hour late.

A. was about to B. was likely to C. was supposed to D. was certain to

14. Don’t leave for tomorrow _________ you can do today.

A. if B. what C. that D. unless

15. Five minutes earlier _________ we could have caught the last train.

A. or B. but C. and D. so

16. Do you have anything more __________,sir?

No, You can have a rest or do something else.

A . typing B. to be typed C. typed D. to type

17. The heavy rain __________ for several days and all the roads were flooded.

A. held on B. kept on C. fell down D. kept up

18. It is such a good place _______ everybody wants to visit _______ it is well-known all over the world.

A. which; that B. as; as C. as; that D. that; as

19. He works in a factory now, but he _______ on a farm for 20 years.

A. worked B. has worked C. had worked D. had been working

20. You _____ pay too much attention to your reading skill, as it is so important.

A. cannot B. should C. must D. needn’t

Ⅱ 完型填空(共10小题,每小题2分,满分20分)

Why do I want to go to college? No one has ever asked me ___21___ a question. But many

times I have asked myself. I have ___22___ a whole variety of reasons. ___23___ important reason is that I want to be a better man.

Many things make human beings different ___24___ or better than or even superior to animals.

One of the most important things is ___25___ .If I fail to receive higher education, my

education ___26___ . As I want to be a fully ___27___ man, I must get a well-rounded education, which good colleges and universities are supposed to ___28___ . I know one can get educated in

many ways, but colleges and universities are ___29___ the best places to teach me how to educate

myself. Only when I am well-educated, will I be a better human being and ___30___ fit into society.

21. A. quite B. so C. such D. another

22. A. come up with B. agreed with C. been fed up with D. got on well with

23. A. Most B. The most C. More D. Much

24. A. to B. around C. between D. from

25. A. education B. weather C. temperature D. science

26. A. finished B. don’t finish C. will not finish D. has finished

27. A. develop B. developed C. developing D. experience

28. A. improve B. graduate C. hear D. provide

29. A. between B. among C. inside D. outside

30. A. can good B. may better C. be able to better D. be able to best

Ⅲ 阅读理解(共15小题,每小题4分,满分60分)

A

Computer programmer David Jones earned £35, 000 a year designing new computer games,

yet he cannot find a bank prepared to let him have a check card. Instead, he has been told to wait

another two years until he is 18.

He works for a small firm in Liverpool, where most young people of his age are finding jobs.

David’s biggest headache is what to do with his money. Though he has high payment, he cannot

drive a car, or get credit cards(信用卡).

David got his job four months ago, a year after leaving school with six O-levels(普通成绩)

and working for a time in a computer shop. “I got the job because the people who run the firm knew

I had already written some programs, ” he said.

“I suppose £35, 000 sounds a lot but I hope it will come to more than that this year.” He

spends some of his money on records and clothes, and gives his mother £20 a week as he lives

with his parents. But most of his spare time is spent working.

“Unfortunately, computing was not part of our studies at school, ” he said. “But I had been

studying it in books and magazines for four years in my spare time. I knew what I wanted to do and

never considered staying on at school. Most people in this business are fairly young, anyway. I

would like to earn a million and I suppose early retirement(退休) is a possibility. You never know

when the market might disappear.”

31. Why is David so different from other young people of his age?

A. He earns an extremely high payment B. He has got a job

C. He lives at home with his parents D. He does not go out much

32. David’s greatest problem is that _______.

A. he can’t be treated as an adult by the bank

B. he doesn’t make as many games as he wishes

C. he doesn’t know what to buy with the money

D. he is too young to drive a car

33. He was employed by the company because _______.

A. he had worked in a computer shop

B. he had written some computer programs

C. he is clever and works hard at his lessons

D. he had learnt to use computers at school

34. He left school after taking six O-levels because _______.

A. he was afraid of getting too old to start computing

B. he did not enjoy school

C. he wanted to work with computers

D. he wanted to earn a lot of money

35. Why does David think he might retire early?

A. He thinks computer games might not always sell so well

B. He wants to stop working when he is a millionaire

C. One has to be young to write computer programs

D. He thinks his firm might close down

B

If Catlin was the painter of the American Indians and Bierstadt the painter of the Rocky

Mountains, the artist of the Western cowboys and settlers was Remington. Born in New York, the son of a wealthy publisher, Remington was a boxer and a football player at Yale University — the last man would expect to become the artist of the Old West. But as a boy he loved horses and fed on the journals of some famous writers.

At the age of nineteen, he left college to look for adventures. He traveled from Montana to

Texas as a prospector(勘探者). Remington had always been interested in journalism. Now he began to write about and to paint and draw what he saw. The subject of the “Winning of the West” attracted the East. Magazines and newspapers were filled with account of prospectors’ adventures, and of battles with cattle thieves and other outlaws — all the tales that were then news and have become legends since. There were also stories by many other writers. Often these were presented by drawings and paintings from Remington’s hand, but it was as a successful journalist that Remington was a great artist.

36. In his pictures, Remington often painted _______.

A. the prospectors’ stories B. mountains and rivers

C. horse races D. American Indians

37. From the text, we can learn that Remington based his art on the _______.

A. stories he had read in the newspaper

B. things he had seen and experienced

C. ideas he had learned at Yale University

D. paintings he had copied from early settlers

38. During his youth, Remington _______.

A. showed his gift as an artist B. was influenced by his father

C. enjoyed sports and reading D. learned journalism at Yale University

39. The paragraphs before this passage most probably discussed _______.

A. cowboys in American art history

B. works of Catlin and Bierstadt

C. the problem of “Winning the West”

D. magazines about the west

C

American magician David Blaine left the glass box in which he had lived for 44 days without

food on October 19. Hundreds of people came to watch the end of his starvation experiment, which had become one of London’s main tourist attractions.

Looking thinner and darker, 30 year-old Blaine was taken out of his box over the River

Thames(泰晤士河) and immediately sent to hospital. He was then slowly reintroduced to food, a process(过程) doctors said could be life threatening. He had been drinking only water since September 5.

A native of Brooklyn, New York, Blaine first became known as a street magician in the early

1990s. He soon found himself doing magic tricks in bars for the likes of American actor Leonardo DiCaprio and his super model friends.

Over the last decade Blaine has become famous with a combination of breathtaking magic and

clever tricks aimed at getting a lot of attention.

In 1999, he was buried in a coffin (棺材) for one week and, in 2000, he spent 62 hours in a

giant block of ice. Last year he stood on the top of a 25-meter pillar(柱子) in the center of New York for 35 hours before jumping into a pile of boxes.

“I think a lot of people are unable to accept that they’re able to do what they can do,” he said.

“They don’t realize we can survive. The human being is an amazing creation.”

But he seemed to have suffered from spending so long in the glass box. He said that at times he

was unable to see, had serious back pains and lost his sense of taste.

40. It is ________ for David Blaine to eat food after such a long starvation.

A. pleasant B. delicious C. dangerous D. important

41. Having spent such a long time in the glass box, he suffered the following EXCEPT that ________.

A. he had become blind B. he had serious back pains

C. he lost his sense of taste D. he was in weak health

42. Which of the following can best describe David Blaine?

A. Brave. B. Adventurous. C. Mad. D. Crazy.

43. Which of the following is NOT true of David Blaine?

A. Blaine was immediately sent to hospital after he was taken out of his box because he was in dangerous condition.

B. Blaine was born and brought up in England.

C. In Blaine’s opinion, people can create a wonder.

D. Blaine didn’t have any food for 44 days.

D

Paul Newman’s career(事业) is long-lasting. Newman has

worked in films for 40 years. His most recent one opened in December.

The film is called “Nobody’s Fool”. Newman plays a 60-year-old construction worker named Sully. To some people, Sully seems to be a loser. But he has a lot of charm(魅力). His life changes when his son comes to town. Late in life, Sully learns to grow up.

“I’ve played a lot of characters and the character I play in 'Nobody’s Fool’ is closer to me than any other role I’ve done,” says Newman.

Newman turned 70 years old on January 26, 1998. “Nobody’s Fool” is his 52nd film. He has won two Oscars in his career.

Newman has found success in other aspects(方面) of life. He has been married for 36 years. He took up car racing at the age of 47 and won prizes.

Twelve years ago, he started a food company called Newman’s Own. He gives away all his

money helping the poor.

44. The underlined sentence implies _______.

A. many film stars leave the screen after they’ve become successful

B. It is not easy for a film star to lose his or her charm

C. not all film stars can remain famous for a long time

D. film stars are successful not only on the screen

45. Newman likes the character of Sully because _______.

A. he finds a lot in the character that is new to him

B. he likes playing an ordinary person

C. he has never played such a wonderful role

D. he sees more of himself in Sully

第二卷 (两大题,共30分)

Ⅳ 单词拼写 (共10小题,每小题2分,满分20分)

46. The Whites bought lots of __________ (家具) before moving in.

47. Is it as cold in _________ (一月) in Australia as it is here in China?

48.Green products are becoming more and more popular because they are environmentally________ (友好).

49. Jeans are still in fashion, __________(尤其)among girls.

50. Most of the black people came from ____________ (非洲) countries.

51. My parents are ____________ (图书管理员) in our school.

52. Can you give me a reasonable _________ (解释) for your being late for school?

53. China is a ___________ (多山) country.

54. _________ (圣诞节) is one of the most important festivals for Westerners.

55. He worked hard and ___________ (成功) in getting a place at art school.

招生考试英语模拟试题(一)

第一卷 (三大题, 共120分)

Ⅰ单项选择(共20小题,每小题2分,满分40分)

1. We could invite John and Barbara to the Friday night party.

Yes, ______ ? I’ll give them a call right now.

A. why not B. what for C. why D. what

2. Are you going to Tom’s birthday party?

_________ . I might have to work.

A. It depends B. Thank you C. Sound great D. Don’t mention it

3. I always wanted to do the job which I’d been trained ______ .

A. on B. for C. by D. of

good service, the restaurant offers different kinds of traditional Fujian dishes.

A. Far from B. Apart from C. instead of D. Regardless of

5. Giving up my job to go back to full time caudation was a big________, but now I know it was

the best decision I ever made.

A. project B. competition C. commitment D. ambition

6. Bring the flowers into a warm room ___ they'll soon open.

A. or B. and C. but D. for

7. When Alice came to, she did not know how long she _____ there.

A. had been lying B. has been lying C. was lying D. has lain

8. When I got on the bus, I _____ I had left my wallet at home.

A. was realizing B. realized C. have realized D. would realize

9. I'll go to the library as soon as I finish what I _____.

A. was doing B. am doing C. have done D. had been doing

10. Sit down, Emma.You will only make yourself more tired, ________ on your feet.

A. keeping B. to keep C. having kept D. to have kept

11.--Could I use your bike, Jack ? --Of course, you_________ .

A. can B. may C. could D. might

12. I lost my way in complete darkness and, _______ matters worse, it began to rain.

A. made B. having made C. making D. to make

13. The train _________ arrive at 11:30, but it was an hour late.

A. was about to B. was likely to C. was supposed to D. was certain to

14. Don’t leave for tomorrow _________ you can do today.

A. if B. what C. that D. unless

15. Five minutes earlier _________ we could have caught the last train.

A. or B. but C. and D. so

16. Do you have anything more __________,sir?

No, You can have a rest or do something else.

A . typing B. to be typed C. typed D. to type

17. The heavy rain __________ for several days and all the roads were flooded.

A. held on B. kept on C. fell down D. kept up

18. It is such a good place _______ everybody wants to visit _______ it is well-known all over the world.

A. which; that B. as; as C. as; that D. that; as

19. He works in a factory now, but he _______ on a farm for 20 years.

A. worked B. has worked C. had worked D. had been working

20. You _____ pay too much attention to your reading skill, as it is so important.

A. cannot B. should C. must D. needn’t

Ⅱ 完型填空(共10小题,每小题2分,满分20分)

Why do I want to go to college? No one has ever asked me ___21___ a question. But many

times I have asked myself. I have ___22___ a whole variety of reasons. ___23___ important reason is that I want to be a better man.

Many things make human beings different ___24___ or better than or even superior to animals.

One of the most important things is ___25___ .If I fail to receive higher education, my

education ___26___ . As I want to be a fully ___27___ man, I must get a well-rounded education, which good colleges and universities are supposed to ___28___ . I know one can get educated in

many ways, but colleges and universities are ___29___ the best places to teach me how to educate

myself. Only when I am well-educated, will I be a better human being and ___30___ fit into society.

21. A. quite B. so C. such D. another

22. A. come up with B. agreed with C. been fed up with D. got on well with

23. A. Most B. The most C. More D. Much

24. A. to B. around C. between D. from

25. A. education B. weather C. temperature D. science

26. A. finished B. don’t finish C. will not finish D. has finished

27. A. develop B. developed C. developing D. experience

28. A. improve B. graduate C. hear D. provide

29. A. between B. among C. inside D. outside

30. A. can good B. may better C. be able to better D. be able to best

Ⅲ 阅读理解(共15小题,每小题4分,满分60分)

A

Computer programmer David Jones earned £35, 000 a year designing new computer games,

yet he cannot find a bank prepared to let him have a check card. Instead, he has been told to wait

another two years until he is 18.

He works for a small firm in Liverpool, where most young people of his age are finding jobs.

David’s biggest headache is what to do with his money. Though he has high payment, he cannot

drive a car, or get credit cards(信用卡).

David got his job four months ago, a year after leaving school with six O-levels(普通成绩)

and working for a time in a computer shop. “I got the job because the people who run the firm knew

I had already written some programs, ” he said.

“I suppose £35, 000 sounds a lot but I hope it will come to more than that this year.” He

spends some of his money on records and clothes, and gives his mother £20 a week as he lives

with his parents. But most of his spare time is spent working.

“Unfortunately, computing was not part of our studies at school, ” he said. “But I had been

studying it in books and magazines for four years in my spare time. I knew what I wanted to do and

never considered staying on at school. Most people in this business are fairly young, anyway. I

would like to earn a million and I suppose early retirement(退休) is a possibility. You never know

when the market might disappear.”

31. Why is David so different from other young people of his age?

A. He earns an extremely high payment B. He has got a job

C. He lives at home with his parents D. He does not go out much

32. David’s greatest problem is that _______.

A. he can’t be treated as an adult by the bank

B. he doesn’t make as many games as he wishes

C. he doesn’t know what to buy with the money

D. he is too young to drive a car

33. He was employed by the company because _______.

A. he had worked in a computer shop

B. he had written some computer programs

C. he is clever and works hard at his lessons

D. he had learnt to use computers at school

34. He left school after taking six O-levels because _______.

A. he was afraid of getting too old to start computing

B. he did not enjoy school

C. he wanted to work with computers

D. he wanted to earn a lot of money

35. Why does David think he might retire early?

A. He thinks computer games might not always sell so well

B. He wants to stop working when he is a millionaire

C. One has to be young to write computer programs

D. He thinks his firm might close down

B

If Catlin was the painter of the American Indians and Bierstadt the painter of the Rocky

Mountains, the artist of the Western cowboys and settlers was Remington. Born in New York, the son of a wealthy publisher, Remington was a boxer and a football player at Yale University — the last man would expect to become the artist of the Old West. But as a boy he loved horses and fed on the journals of some famous writers.

At the age of nineteen, he left college to look for adventures. He traveled from Montana to

Texas as a prospector(勘探者). Remington had always been interested in journalism. Now he began to write about and to paint and draw what he saw. The subject of the “Winning of the West” attracted the East. Magazines and newspapers were filled with account of prospectors’ adventures, and of battles with cattle thieves and other outlaws — all the tales that were then news and have become legends since. There were also stories by many other writers. Often these were presented by drawings and paintings from Remington’s hand, but it was as a successful journalist that Remington was a great artist.

36. In his pictures, Remington often painted _______.

A. the prospectors’ stories B. mountains and rivers

C. horse races D. American Indians

37. From the text, we can learn that Remington based his art on the _______.

A. stories he had read in the newspaper

B. things he had seen and experienced

C. ideas he had learned at Yale University

D. paintings he had copied from early settlers

38. During his youth, Remington _______.

A. showed his gift as an artist B. was influenced by his father

C. enjoyed sports and reading D. learned journalism at Yale University

39. The paragraphs before this passage most probably discussed _______.

A. cowboys in American art history

B. works of Catlin and Bierstadt

C. the problem of “Winning the West”

D. magazines about the west

C

American magician David Blaine left the glass box in which he had lived for 44 days without

food on October 19. Hundreds of people came to watch the end of his starvation experiment, which had become one of London’s main tourist attractions.

Looking thinner and darker, 30 year-old Blaine was taken out of his box over the River

Thames(泰晤士河) and immediately sent to hospital. He was then slowly reintroduced to food, a process(过程) doctors said could be life threatening. He had been drinking only water since September 5.

A native of Brooklyn, New York, Blaine first became known as a street magician in the early

1990s. He soon found himself doing magic tricks in bars for the likes of American actor Leonardo DiCaprio and his super model friends.

Over the last decade Blaine has become famous with a combination of breathtaking magic and

clever tricks aimed at getting a lot of attention.

In 1999, he was buried in a coffin (棺材) for one week and, in 2000, he spent 62 hours in a

giant block of ice. Last year he stood on the top of a 25-meter pillar(柱子) in the center of New York for 35 hours before jumping into a pile of boxes.

“I think a lot of people are unable to accept that they’re able to do what they can do,” he said.

“They don’t realize we can survive. The human being is an amazing creation.”

But he seemed to have suffered from spending so long in the glass box. He said that at times he

was unable to see, had serious back pains and lost his sense of taste.

40. It is ________ for David Blaine to eat food after such a long starvation.

A. pleasant B. delicious C. dangerous D. important

41. Having spent such a long time in the glass box, he suffered the following EXCEPT that ________.

A. he had become blind B. he had serious back pains

C. he lost his sense of taste D. he was in weak health

42. Which of the following can best describe David Blaine?

A. Brave. B. Adventurous. C. Mad. D. Crazy.

43. Which of the following is NOT true of David Blaine?

A. Blaine was immediately sent to hospital after he was taken out of his box because he was in dangerous condition.

B. Blaine was born and brought up in England.

C. In Blaine’s opinion, people can create a wonder.

D. Blaine didn’t have any food for 44 days.

D

Paul Newman’s career(事业) is long-lasting. Newman has

worked in films for 40 years. His most recent one opened in December.

The film is called “Nobody’s Fool”. Newman plays a 60-year-old construction worker named Sully. To some people, Sully seems to be a loser. But he has a lot of charm(魅力). His life changes when his son comes to town. Late in life, Sully learns to grow up.

“I’ve played a lot of characters and the character I play in 'Nobody’s Fool’ is closer to me than any other role I’ve done,” says Newman.

Newman turned 70 years old on January 26, 1998. “Nobody’s Fool” is his 52nd film. He has won two Oscars in his career.

Newman has found success in other aspects(方面) of life. He has been married for 36 years. He took up car racing at the age of 47 and won prizes.

Twelve years ago, he started a food company called Newman’s Own. He gives away all his

money helping the poor.

44. The underlined sentence implies _______.

A. many film stars leave the screen after they’ve become successful

B. It is not easy for a film star to lose his or her charm

C. not all film stars can remain famous for a long time

D. film stars are successful not only on the screen

45. Newman likes the character of Sully because _______.

A. he finds a lot in the character that is new to him

B. he likes playing an ordinary person

C. he has never played such a wonderful role

D. he sees more of himself in Sully

第二卷 (两大题,共30分)

Ⅳ 单词拼写 (共10小题,每小题2分,满分20分)

46. The Whites bought lots of __________ (家具) before moving in.

47. Is it as cold in _________ (一月) in Australia as it is here in China?

48.Green products are becoming more and more popular because they are environmentally________ (友好).

49. Jeans are still in fashion, __________(尤其)among girls.

50. Most of the black people came from ____________ (非洲) countries.

51. My parents are ____________ (图书管理员) in our school.

52. Can you give me a reasonable _________ (解释) for your being late for school?

53. China is a ___________ (多山) country.

54. _________ (圣诞节) is one of the most important festivals for Westerners.

55. He worked hard and ___________ (成功) in getting a place at art school.

 

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