大学英语(1) ( 第2次 )

发布时间:2023-04-20 04:04:59浏览次数:79
第 2 次作业一、单项选择题(本大题共 50 分,共 50 小题,每小题 1 分) !"!#$ "%&意志力好奇心 自卑感"虚荣心'(尊敬关心 问候"关系)"* "+,- ".$/0 "12,/3 "45/ EE E"The writer tells us that the host is silly.%The host has to answer and explain ( )> "because a lot of questions are raised by the caller'The passage doesn't tell us ( )( >?"what the hotlines programmes are)The word "operator" in the last sentence refers to the( ) "both A and B)It was not yet eleven o’clock when a boat crossed the river with a single passenger.While the youth stood on the landing-place searching in his pockets for money, the boatman lifted a lantern. By the newly risen moon, he took a very careful look at the stranger9s appearance. He was a young man of eighteen years with brown, curly hair, well-shaped features. His bright, cheerful eyes were nature9s gifts, and worth all that art could have done for his adornment (装饰 ). And now, as it seemed, he wason his first visit to town. He was wearing a rough gray coat, which was in good shape,but which had seen many winters before this one. In his left hand was a walking stick,and a leather bag in his right hand. The bag seemed not so much stocked. The youth, whose name was Robin, paid the boatman, and then walked forward into the town with a light step, as if he had not already traveled more than thirty miles that day. As he walked, he surveyed his surroundings as eagerly as if he were entering London or Madrid, instead of the little metropolis (中心城市 ) of a New England colony$*E E -"Winter#At what time of day did Robin cross the river? ( ) ="Night%Robin was apparently going to town ( )?3 3"on one of his regular trips there'How did Robin appear as he walked into town? ( )&!& &"He seemed frightened by the strange surroundings)How far had Robin traveled? 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( )"3" 53"The increase of the use of nuclear power in Ontario#Why is Canadian-made nuclear reactor so popular? ( ) K"Both B and C%The first nuclear power station was established in Canada in( )4+6 +)1 4+."1959'Which statement is TRUE according to the passage? ( )534)1 /J  "Canadian scientist developed the CANDU reactor in 1950’s.)Besides Canada, which countries use the CANDU reactor? ( )EG I"All of the above#AE/"/"">>80E-浮标//58/&漂移 Mark spent the night on the buoy. In the early morning he fell asleep. He was having abad dream when a shout woke him up. A ship, the Good Hope, came up and he climbed onto it and thanked the captain. The captain told him that John had been picked up by another ship and the ship''s captain had sent out a message. "Without the message I would not have found you on the buoy," he said.Why didn't Mark and Dan go sailing together? ( )"" "Mark would like to go with John#Mark tried to tie the boat to the buoy so that( )88 >"he might be picked up by a passing ship%John and Mark became separated because ( )>8 8> 8>"John had to stay in the boat to radio for help'What made it possible for Mark to be found on the buoy? ( )882& &2&"The captain saw him as the fog cleared)The word "he" in the last sentence refers to ( ) 8"Mark%In 1620, about half the USA was covered by forests. Today the forests have almost gone. A lot of good land has gone with them, leaving only sand. China doesn''t want to copy the USA''s example. We''re planting more and more trees. We''ve built the " Great Green Wall" of trees across northern part of our country. The Great Green Wall is 7,000 kilometres long, and between 400 and 1,700 kilometres wide. It will stop the wind from blowing the earth away. It will stop the sand from moving towards the rich farmland in the south. More "Great Green Walls" are needed. Trees must be grown all over the world. Great Green Walls will make the world better.In 1620, about ?( )the USA was covered by forests "a fourth#A lot of good land has gone with ?( ) "forests%The Great Green Wall in China is ?( )long. ./666/.66 ./666"400 kilometers'Trees must be grown in ( ) HE "every part of the world)( )will make the world better52$5 22$"Flowers and grass'& E5>>D//EE主持人 EH;!无知 L5!BB@5(5>>/I think that it''s necessary for radio stations to improve the hotline programmes. In my opinion, if a caller doesn''t know what is going on, the operator should not let the callers take part in itThe sentence "some people do nothing but break the whole programmes" may tell us that ( ) "some people have unclear thoughts#According to the passage, which of the following is not true? ( )
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