《大学英语1》模拟试卷1

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《大学英语 》模拟试卷()第一部分:交际用语(共  小题;每小题  分,满分  分)此部分共有  个未完成的对话,针对每个对话中未完成的部分有  个选项,请从、、、 四个选项中选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并用铅笔将答题卡上的相应字母涂黑。 A. I hope it won’t happen again B. I accept your apologyC. You should be very sorry D. It could happen to anyone   !"!# $A. What’s your name? B. Not too bad. C. How do you do? D. Fine, thank you.% $ &&!'' ( )*+')',A. She’ll start at five o’clock B. She finishes at five o’clockC. She doesn’t finish at five o’clock D. She doesn’t stop at five o’clock  !$! &!', (!-.A. her teacher worked hard B. Susan worked hardC. the teacher was surprising D. Susan was surprised / !( (A. Last night. B. Yesterday. C. This evening D. I am.第二部分:阅读理解(共  小题;每小题 % 分,满分 % 分)此部分共有  篇短文,每篇短文后有  个问题。请从每个问题后的 、、、四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并用铅笔将答题卡上的相应字母涂黑。 0!!(1 2!! *)) (&!!(3The eyes themselves can send several kinds of messages. Meeting someone’s glance (目光)with your eyes is usually a sign of interest, while looking away often shows a desire ofdisinterest. As we mentioned earlier, this is why salespersons on the street try to catch our eye.Once they’ve managed to have contact with a glance, it becomes harder for the coming personto draw away. A friend explained how to use this rule to get a ride. “When I’m trying to get aride, I’m always careful to look somewhere else as they pass, but if I can catch somebody’seye, he’ll almost always stop.” Most of us remember trying to avoid a question we didn’tunderstand by glancing away from the teacher. At times like these we usually became veryinterested in our textbooks, fingers, the clock — anything but the teacher’s stare. Of course,the teacher always seemed to know the meaning of this behavior, and ended up calling onthose of us who showed our worry. Another kind of message the eyes express is a double attitude. When someone glancestoward us with the proper expression on the face, we get a clear message that the looker isinterested in us — so we have the expression “making eyes”. At the same time, when our longglances toward someone else are avoided by her, we can be sure that the other person isn’t asinterested in us as we are in her. The eyes express both control and being controlled. We’ve all played the game of trying tostare down somebody, and in real life there are also times when down-staring eyes are a sign1 of giving in. In some church ( 教 会 ) orders, for example, members in lower positions areexpected to keep their eyes down when speaking to members in higher positions.24*!  !!)& .A. look him in the eyes B. not have contact with the person’s glance C. pass the person quicklyD. send a message through your eyes 54'' (* .!(!*A. look somewhere else B. are careful C. catch the driver’s eye D. wave your hand 64* +  * ( ')!.!A. they are afraid of being called on by the teacher B. their fingers need cleaning C. they want to answer the teacher’s questions very much D. the teacher has stared at them for too long a time 748!, (9 0!!(!&&!)! A. catching each other’s eye B. attracting one’s attention C. looking at someone in a way that shows your interest D. noticing that something interesting has happened 4:)*&!!(A. Meeting Someone’s Glance B. Messages of Our Eyes C. The Eyes of Human Being D. Making Eyes 0!!(1 !! *)) (&!!(3Muggs was the worst of all my dogs. He always acted as if he thought I wasn’t one of thefamily. There was an advantage in being one of the family, for he didn’t bite the family asoften as he bit strangers. In his last years Muggs used to spend almost all his time outdoors. As a result the garbageman, the iceman and the laundryman (洗衣工)wouldn’t come near the house. We had todrag the garbage down to the corner, take the laundry out and bring it back, and meet theiceman away from home. After this had gone on for some time we hit on a good idea forgetting the dog into the house so that we could lock him up while others needed to comeinside the house. Muggs was afraid of only one thing, thunder and lightning. It frightened himout of his senses. He would rush into the house and hide under a bed or in a clothes closet. Sowe made a thunder machine out of a long narrow piece of iron with a wooden handle on oneend. Mother would shake this with all her strength when she wanted Muggs into the house. Isuppose it was the most complex system for running a household that was ever devised. Ittook a lot out of Mother.*!**!).!8!+! !(9*A. being able to touch Muggs without being bitten B. being protected by Muggs from strangers C. being bitten less severely than strangers were by Muggs D. being bitten less often than strangers were by Muggs :(!!(! ) ' !'!A. he did not like families with dogs 2 B. he was afraid of being bitten by Muggs C. he knew the family were unfriendly to him D. he could pick up the garbage at the corner %  #( (  *    ' ;.  8      !  (  !9    &!)  ! 89A. we suddenly thought of a good idea B. we carefully studied a good idea C. we agreed on a good idea D. we felt excited about a good idea : !' !!A. draw Mugg’s attention when someone came near the house B. frighten Muggs into the house C. get Muggs used to thunder and lightening D. give the children something to play with /)! *&!!(!((A. was a dog nobody ever likedB. was the worst dog the author ever saw C. caused a lot of trouble to the familyD. changed the way of housewives to run a household 第三部分:词汇与结构(共  小题;每小题  分,满分  分)此部分共有  个未完成的句子,针对每个句子中未完成的部分有  个选项,请从、、、 四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并用铅笔将答题卡上的相应字母涂黑。2 — It is going to rain today.— Oh, so I have to _____ my umbrella with me. A. go B. send C. bring D. take 5 _____ is good for your health. A. To eat more fruits B. Eating more fruits C. Eat more fruits D. Have eaten more fruits6 _____ , Paula gave up her well-paid job in a bank. A. Surprising B. To my surprise C. Surprised to me D. Surprising to I 7 The doctor came towards us _____ for having kept us waiting so long. A. fully apologized B. apologized C. full of apologies D. to be apologized You _____ before 10 a.m.A. will to complete B. to complete C. are complete D. are to complete 第四部分:完形填空(共  小题;每小题  分,满分  分)以下短文中含有  个未完成的句子。针对每个句子中空缺部分有  个选项,请根据文章的意思从 、、、 四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,使文章完整通顺,并用铅笔将答题卡上的相应字母涂黑。It is always interesting to visit another country, especially for those who have nevertraveled a great deal. Foreign __21__ can be very educational for anyone if he is interestedenough to make preparations beforehand. Learning the language of the new country would bedifficult for the traveler, __22__the benefits of such an effort would become obviousimmediately __23__ his arrival. It may not seem important to him when he comfortably staysat home, but knowing how to __24__a meal or book a room is necessary for the newcomer in3 a strange country. Without knowing the language, it is very difficult __25__ the stranger tounderstand the people of the new country and their customs. Of course, in our small world it is often possible to find someone __26__ understands ourown, but this is only second-best for the traveler. To be sure, he can see places and things__27__ the use of a language, but places and things __28__ not the heart of any country. Toget the greatest benefit from a trip__29__another country, it is how important for the visitor to__30__ an understanding of the language.21. A. travel B. country C. language D. people22. A. when B. so C. and D. but23. A. on B. before C. while D. at24. A. buy B. order C. eat D. book25. A. of B. to C. for D. in26. A. who B. where C. which D. whom27. A. without B. with C. by D. that28. A. is B. are C. were D. had29. A. of B. in C. to D. on30. 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