辽宁专升本模拟题英语试卷发布员 2020-11-12 历年真题 ℃
1.The boy now for the 1ight in his room is still on.
A. must study
B. must be studying
C. must have studied
D. would study
2.He failed in the examination, __________ made his father very angry.
3.It is very important that enough money______ to fund the project.
B.must be collected
D.can be collected
4.By the end of last month, I _____ all the CDs of Justin Bieber.
D. had collected
5.Not being able to speak English, they felt rather______ in the USA.
6.His speech _______ the young people to continue their study.
7.---Have you seen the TV play My Ugly Mother?
---Yes, it’s well worth ____ . It’s ____ moving that I’ve seen it twice.
A. seeing, too
B. to see, enough
C. seeing, so
D. to see, such
8.The improvements in technology have ______the prices of computer considerably in recent months.
A) brought back
B) brought down
C) brought on
D) brought up
9.What he has done shows that he is not a man ______.
A. whom you can believe
B. that you can believe
C. whom you can believe in
D. what you can believe in
10.No sooner ____ to the station ____ the train left.
A. had I got， when
B. I had got， than
C. had I got， than
D. did I get， when
What do we talk about when we talk about money? We often think about what we can buy with the money we have, what we can’t buy because we don’t have enough and what we’re planning to buy when we have more. We discuss the careers that bring us money and the expenses that take it away. We talk about our favourite shops and restaurants, the causes we support, the places we’ve been and seen. We share dreams that only money can make real.
In short, we talk about everything but money itself. In daily life, money is still a major conversational taboo. This is a shame, because money is as interesting as the things it does and buys, and the more you know about it, the more interesting it is.
As a financial advisor, I’ve seen hundreds of people learn to control their money instead of letting it control them and watched as they increased as they increased their freedom, power and security by handling money consciously. Wouldn’t you like to know that you’ll always have enough money to live exactly as you want to?
You will never be powerful in life until you’re powerful over your own money. Talking openly about it is the first step.
11.Which of the following is NOT discussed when we talk about money?
A. The careers that bring us money
B. The causes we support
C. The dreams that only money can make real
D. Money itself
12.What can we know from the second paragraph?
A. We should know more about money itself rather than avoid talking about it.
B. Money itself can interest us and bring us happiness.
C. The more money we earn, the more we should know about it.
D. It is a shame that people talk too much about money.
13.What does the writer want to say in the third paragraph?
A. People should learn how to make money.
B. People should know the value of money.
C. People should learn to control their money.
D. People should know how to use money to increase their power.
14.The writer’s advice that _____.
A. the more you talk about money, the more you can control it.
B. we should learn to be a good master of our money if we want to be powerful in life
C. we should not be so worried about money if we want to have a free life
D. the more money you have, the more powerful you are
15.What will the writer probably talk about after the last paragraph?
A. The importance of money
B. Money, power and security
C. The other steps for people to control money
D. The steps for people to make money
Many people hope that the whole world will one day speak a commonlanguage. Over the Years, people have made up new languages with this aim.At least six hundred languages have been developed in the search for alanguage which all human beings would be able to speak. The most famousone, Esperanto ( 世界语) , was the idea of Ludwig Zamenhof, a doctor inWarsaw. He published a book about his new language in 1887.
To encourage people to learn the Language, he made it as simple aspossible. Esperanto has never been accepted as an official world language, butit has been suggested as an auxiliary language. By 1950 it had been taught toone and a half million speakers, and it was spoken in six hundred schools.Today Esperanto is spoken by about eight million people, and more than onehundred newspapers and magazines in the language are published regularlythroughout the world. Thousands of books have been written in Esperanto,including those translated from other languages.
Today the need for a new auxiliary language like Esperanto seems less obvious. Throughout this century English has grown more and more important. It has become a second language for many millions of people. The fact that more are learning English shows that the use of English is still growing worldwide. No one would deny the usefulness of world language, but not many people think that Esperanto is likely to play such a role.
16.Over the years, people have made up new languages in the hope that ______.
A) all people will be able to speak a common language
B) people will learn a foreign language better
C) people can understand each other better
D) people will be able to speak several languages
17.Zamenhof made the language as simple as possible because ______.
A) he wanted people to learn it quickly
B) he hoped more and more people would be willing to learn it
C) he wanted everyone to speak it without any difficulty
D) he hoped it would be accepted as an official world language
18.Which of the following is NOT true of English?
A) It is widely taught in schools.
B) It has become a second language for many millions of people.
C) Many books have been written in English.
D) It is less popular than Esperanto.
19.It is not likely that Esperanto will____.
A) be learned by many people
B) play such an important role as English does
C) be used as a written language
D) remain a useful language
20.What is the best title of the passage?
A) The language made by one man.
B) A talk about the world language.
C) English as a second language for everyone.
D) Esperanto—a better language than English.
Your passport is your official identification as an American citizen. In American, most people never consider obtaining a passport unless they are planning a trip out of the country. In Europe,where travel from one country to another is much more common, almost everyone carries a pass- port. A passport is final proof of identity in almost every county in the world.
In 1979 almost 15 million American held passports. Most of these passports were obtained to travel outside the country because, except for a few Western nations, passports are required to enter every country. And if you travel abroad, you must have a valid passport to return the country.
When traveling abroad, you will need a passport for identification when exchanging dollars for francs or marks or other foreign currency. You may also need your passport to use a credit card, buy an airplane ticket or check into a hotel. As a passport is an official U.S. document, it is valuable as identification in any emergency overseas, such as floods, fires or war.
Don’t confuse passports and visas. (83)Whereas a passport is issued by a country to its citizens, a visa is official permission to visit a country granted by the government of that country. For some years, many countries were dropping their visa requirements, but that trend has reversed. They may be obtained from the embassy of the country you wish to visit.
Passport applications are available at passport agency offices in large cities like Boston, New York, or Chicago. In smaller cities, applications are available at post offices and at federal courts. To get your first passport, you must submit the application in person, along with a birth certificate and two pictures.
21. The main purpose of this passage is to___________.
A.discuss traveling in other countries
B.distinguish between passports and visas
C.discuss the financial uses of a passport
D.provide information about passports
22. Passports are beneficial for___________.
A. exchanging currency
B. using a credit card
C. checking into hotels
D. all of the above
23. We can conclude from the passage that_________.
A.passports are more important than visas
B.visas and passports are the same thing
C.foreign government issue visas instead of passports
D.visas are required to obtain passports
24. The passage suggests that_________.
A.Most people don’t realize how important passports are
B.passports aren’t important once you are in the country you’ve chosen to visit
C.passports are simple to obtain through the mail
D.passports are obtained at the embassy once you enter a country.
25. As used in this passage, the word “valid” in the second paragraph means__________.
Most people have no idea of the hard work and worry that go into the collecting of those fascinating birds and animals that they pay to see in the zoo. One of the questions that is always asked of me is 30 I became an animal collector in the first 31 .The answer is that I have always been interested in animals and zoos. According to my parents, the first word I was able to say with any 32 was not the conventional “mamma” or “daddy”, 33 the word “zoo”, which I would 34 over and over again with a shrill 35 until someone, ins groups to 36 me up, would take me to the zoo. When I 37 a little older, we lived in Greece and I had a great 38 of pets, ranging from owls to seahorses, and I spent all my spare time 39 the countryside in search of fresh specimens to add to my collection of pets.
30. A.how B.where C.when D.whether
31. A.region B.field C.place D.case
32. A.clarity B.emotion C.sentiment D.affection
33. A.except B.but C.except for D.but for
34. A.recite B.recognize C.read D.repeat
35. A.volume B.noise C.voice D.pitch
36. A.close B.shut C.stop D.comfort
37. A.grew B.was growing C.grow D.grown
38. A.many B.amount C.number D.supply
39. A.living B.cultivating C.reclaiming D.exploring