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福建师范大学18年8月课程考试《高级英语(一)》作业考核试题
《高级英语(一)》期末考试
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I.Vocabulary20%
1.TheuseofthepesticidehadbeenbannedintheUnitedStatesbutthefalconswereeatingmigratorybirdsfromotherplaceswhereDDTwasstillused.
[A]authorized[B]developed[C]disseminated[D]prohibited
2.Thebeautyofthescenefilleduswithenchantment.
[A]imaginativeability[B]nostalgia[C]delightfulinfluence[D]dignity
3.IheardthesoftvoicedMrs.Flowersandthetexturedvoiceofmygrandmothermergingandmelting.
[A]sweet[B]rough[C]gently[D]sharp
4.In1940theDemocratsnominatedRooseveltforanunprecedentedthirdterm.
[A]unimportant[B]unheardof[C]unjustified[D]unhampered
5.Hisstrengthisincrediblecertainlygreatenoughtoenablehimtotakeamaninhishandsandwrenchhisheadoff.
[A]impossible[B]unbelievable[C]probable[D]imaginable
6.IheardthesoftvoicedMrs.Flowersandthetexturedvoiceofmygrandmothermergingandmelting.
[A]carryingaway[B]blendingtogether[C]fadingaway[D]dyingdown
7.Thesearen’tidlequestions.Somesociologistssaythatyouranswerstothemcouldexplainalotaboutwhatyouarethinkingandaboutwhatyoursocietyisthinking.
[A]lazy[B]casual[C]serious[D]interesting
8.I’mskepticalofthewinningsoftheteam.
 [A]respectfulto[B]doubtfulabout[C]accustomedto[D]pleasedat
9.ImaginemybewildermentwhenIheardthenews.
[A]anger[B]annoyance[C]puzzlement[D]disagreement
10.Changingtheworldgraduallydependsontheexasperatinganduncertaininstrumentsofpersuasionanddemocraticdecisionmaking.
[A]exciting[B]convincing[C]exaggerating[D]annoying
11.ShesaidthatshehadmadethewafersexpresslyformeandthatshehadafewinthekitchenthatIcouldtakehometomybrother.
[A]frankly[B]actually[C]openly[D]particularly
12.Itsuddenly________himthathehadworkedfortwelvehourswithouteatinganything.
[A]happenedto[B]dawnedon[C]occurredon[D]cameto
13.Itisthis“humanness”ofthegorillawhichissobeguiling.
[A]lovely[B]creative[C]charming[D]vexing
14.Youshouldnotbe________ofdifferentreligiousbeliefs.
[A]tolerant[B]tolerable[C]intolerant[D]intolerable
15.AllthechildrenintheclassdidwrongbutDavidwas________forpunishment.
[A]singledout[B]runout[C]filledout[D]chosenout
16.Thesweetscentofvanillahadmetusassheopenedthedoor.
[A]taste[B]odour[C]sound[D]smile
17.IfyoutravelbyplaneBeijingandGuangzhouare________neighboringcities.
[A]virtually[B]completely[C]vehemently[D]variably
18.AsIsubsidedontoapatchofopengroundIcalledtotheothersandwavedthemon.
[A]begantodig[B]settleddownon[C]gazedat[D]catchsightof
19.Howmuchharderwillitbetoeliminatetheprejudiceagainstwomen?
[A]correct[B]justify[C]getridof[D]payattentionto
20.Ihavedoneallthetediousworkwhilemenreapedtherewards.
[A]hardandtiring[B]longanddull[C]interesting[D]office
II.TextComprehension20%
1.Rashidwas(“Rashid’sSchool”)
[A]astrongandenergeticmanwhospeaksgoodEnglish.
[B]afraillookingmanwithoutenergy.
[C]anenergeticmanbuthedidntlookstrong.
[D]astrongwilledmanwhowasconfidentthatthesuccessoftheeducationforthevillagerswasoutofquestion.
2.WhenRashidtalkedabouthisschoolsaying&quotitistherealizationofadream&quothisfloridtoneshowedthat(“Rashid’sSchool”)
[A]hewasconceitedandhethoughthimselftobebetterthananyotherschoolmasters.
[B]hewasnotsurewhetherthevisitorswouldagreewithhim.
[C]hedidntwantthevisitorstocriticizehisschool.
[D]hewasproudandsatisfiedwithhisschoolandhehadadesireforthevisitorstosharehisfeelings.
3.“Assoonasthechildrenofthevillagewereoldenoughtoworkinthefieldstheybecameeconomicallyimportanttotheirfamilies.Againstthatargumenteducationcarriedverylittleweight.”(“Rashid’sSchoolAtOkhla”)Thisshowsthat
[A]tothevillagerseducationmeantnothingforitcouldnotbringanyeconomicbenefitstotheirfamilies.
[B]thevillagersattachedmuchimportancetoeducationbecauseitwouldreducethechildren’sburdenontheirfamilies.
[C]thevillagersbelievedthatchildrenweresoimportanttotheirfamiliesthattheyshouldnotargueagainsteducation.
[D]tothevillagerstheirfamiliesdependedonchildrenandeducationcouldsolvethisproblem
4.Theauthorof&quotFourChoicesForYoungPeople&quotdoesnotthinkmuchofthedropoutsbecause(“FourChoicesForYoungPeople”)
  [A]theyareunsatisfiedwiththepresentsocietyandwantasuddenchange.
  [B]whiletheyscornthepresentsocietytheydependonitforaliving.
  [C]theymakefruitlesseffortstochangetheimperfectsociety.
  [D]theauthordoesnotagreewiththeminregardingthesocietyasimperfect.
5.Whichofthefollowingistrueabouttheauthorsopinion?(“FourChoicesForYoungPeople”)
[A]Theauthorinsistsongradualchangeasbeingthemostefficientmethodofimprovingthisimperfectworldunderanycircumstances.
[B]Theauthorpersonallyfavorsagradualreformofthesocietybecausealthoughittakestimeitsometimesdoeswork.
[C]Theauthorconsidersallsocialrevolutionsfruitlessbecausetheyfailtodoawaywithsuchfamiliarmattersasthebuyingandsellingofgoodssocialinstitutionsandofficework.
[D]Theauthorrejectsallthealternativesthinkingtheyareeitherimpracticalorfruitless.
6.BycomparingthereformsoftheworldtothemilitarycampaignintheApenninesduringWorldWarIItheauthorintendsto(“FourChoicesForYoungPeople”)
[A]expresshisfeelingthatoneneedsbraveryandenergytoovercomedifficultiesinreformingtheworld.
[B]createanimpressionuponreadersthatdrasticchangesareinevitableinsolvingsocialproblems.
[C]expresshisopinionthattherealworldisbesetwithsocialproblemswhichinsteadofbeingsolvedonceforalloftenleadtoothers.
[D]makehisideaknownthattodealwithsocialproblemstheyoungshoulddrawontheexperienceoftheold.
7.In&quotRockSuperstars...&quottheauthorbeginswithdescriptionsofthreeshortscenes.Whichistrueofthem?(“RockSuperstars”)
[A]WhenMickJaggersprinkledwaterovertheaudienceattheendofhisperformancehisfanssurgetofolloweagertobebaptizedthenandtherebythissingerpriest.
[B]AliceCoopertookhisownlifeattheendofarockconcertinordertoshockandthrilltheaudience.
[C]ArockfanworshippedBobDylanasagodandactuallycrawledonhiskneesintooneofhisconcerts.
[D]ToAmericanadultsAliceCooperwasahorriblesingerwithweirdandloathsometastesandhabits.
 8.WhattwoaspectsofAmericanlifearetouchedinrockmusic?(“RockSuperstars”)
  [A]politicalattitudes&ampemotionallife
  [B]religiousbeliefs&amphumanfeelings
  [C]humandesires&ampreasons
  [D]sociologicalconcepts&ampfacts    奥鹏作业答案

9.Thetitle&quotAMostForgivingApe&quotisarrestinginthat(“AMostForgivingApe”)
  [A]itmakesanapeasubjectwhichwillarousethereadersinterest.
[B]itarousesthereadersinterestforitsharplycontrastswiththestereotypedimageoftheape.
  [C]theword&quotforgiving&quotisaseldomusedexpression.
  [D]itseemsatotallyunfamiliartopictothereader.
  
  
10.Theauthorinsertsabriefaccountofthegorillainvariousaspectsbeforehecomestodescribinghisencounterwiththegorilla.Whichofthefollowingisnottalkedaboutinthataccount?(“AMostForgivingApe”)
  [A]Thisrarespeciesisstillbeingbutcheredbytribesmen.
  [B]Gorillashavefargreaterphysicalstrengththanhumanbeings.
  [C]Thegorillaisaforgivinganimalwithhumanqualities.
  [D]Thegorillahasgoodeyesightandhearing.
11.Bysaying&quotthegorillaissomethingofaparadox.&quottheauthorwantstomeanwhatscontradictoryaboutthegorillaisthat(“AMostForgivingApe”)
  [A]helooksferociousbutisinfactafriendlyanimal.
  [B]wethinkweknowhimverywellbutinfactweknowverylittleabouthim.
  [C]thespeciesisrarebuttheyrestillbeingbutchered.
  [D]itfascinatesscientistsbutnotromantics.
12.“Allthis(thegorilla’scharge)isnomorethanshadowboxingasageneralrule.”(“AMostForgivingApe”)Thissentencemeansthat
[A]thegorillawillfightbravelyasinashadowboxing.
[B]thegorillaismerelyactingoutgesturesofaggressivenesstowarntheenemyaway.
[C]thegorillaisstrongenoughtousejustpartofhisenergytodefeattheenemy.
[D]thegorillaisscaredawaybytheenemy
13.Whenhumansseeagorilla(“AMostForgivingApe”)
  [A]theyhavethesamefeelingsaswiththeotherwildbeasts.
  [B]theyfeeltheurgetorecognizeandcommunicatewithit.
  [C]theyhaveaninstincttograbtheirbinocularsatonceandobserveitclosely.
  [D]theyfeelfrightenedandrunaway.
14.Bysaying&quotSheisoursidesanswertotherichestwhitewomanintown&quotMargueriteexpressesherimpressionthat(“ALessonInLiving”)
[A]sheiswelleducatedsothatshecouldansweranyquestionsraisedbytherichestwhitewomanintown.
[B]shehadthegraceoftherichestwhitewomanintownandthuswastheprideoftheblackpeoplethere.
[C]sheisgoinguptobecometherichestwhitewomanintown.
[D]shewantedtobecomeafriendoftherichestwhitewomansintown.
15.“ButtheytalkedandfromthesideofthebuildingwhereIwaitedforthegroundtoopenupandswallowme...”(“ALessonInLiving”)Thisshowsthat
[A]Margueritewassoeagerthatshecouldnotwaitanylonger.
[B]themischievousMargueritewantedtofindaplacetoplaywithotherchildren.
[C]MargueritewassoashamedofMomma’sbehaviourtowardsMrs.Flowersthatshereallywantedtofindaplacetohideherself.
[D]MargueritecametorealizehowintimateMommaandMrs.Flowerswere.
16.InMrs.Flowersview(“ALessonInLiving”)
[A]apersonwhofailedtousehisbooksproperlyshouldbepunished.
[B]peoplewhohadnotbeentoschoolweremoreeducatedandintelligentthancollegeprofessors.
[C]oneshouldbeashamedofignorancebutshouldnotshowcontempttothosewhoareilliterate.
[D]poemsarebettertobereadaloudthannovels.
17.Marguerite&quotwantedtogobbleuptheroomentireandtakeittoBailey.&quotThismeansthat(“ALessonInLiving”)
[A]shewantedtoeatsomeofthecakesMrs.FlowersgaveherandtaketheresthomeforBailey.
[B]shewantedtolookattheroomcarefullyandlatertakeBaileyheretohavealook.
[C]shewantedtoremembereverythingintheroomsothatshecoulddescribetoBaileyindetailhowtheroomwasfurnishedanddecoratedwithgoodtaste.
[D]shewantedtoexpressherfeelingthattheroomwasbeautifulandsaysotoBailey.
18.Accordingtotheauthorof“I’dRatherBeBlackThanFemale”whichofthefollowingistrue?(“I’dRatherBeBlackThanFemale”)
 [A]WomenintheU.S.arecontentwiththeirlifeandtheydon’thavetoparticipateinpolitics.
 [B]ItishardertoeliminatetheprejudiceagainstwomenbecausewomenintheU.S.aremorebrainwashedandcontentwiththeirrolesassecondclasscitizensthanblackseverwere.
 [C]RacialdiscriminationismoreseriousthansexualdiscriminationintheU.S.becauseit’stheauthor’spersonalexperience.
[D]WithmanincontroltheU.S.doesn’tneedwomen’sparticipationinpolitics.
19.WhichofthefollowingisNOTtheauthor’schiefcomplaintaboutTV?(“TheTroubleWithTelevision”)
[A]Itmakespeoplethinkcasuallythatcomplexitymustbeavoidedandvisualstimulationisasubstituteforthought.
[B]Itsellsneatresolutionstohumanproblemsthatusuallyhavenoneatresolutions.
[C]Itsappealtoshortattentionspanisinfactinefficientcommunication.
[D]Itsserialkaleidoscopicprogramsmakeitmorelikelythatyoufocusyourattentionyourself.
20.WhichofthefollowingisNOTtrueaccordingtotheauthorof“ThetroublewithTelevision”?(“TheTroubleWithTelevision”)
[A]ThenumberofhoursAmericansspendonTVisanindicationofthetremendousinfluencetelevisionhasonthedailylifeoftheAmericanpeople.
[B]TheAmericanpublicisnotwellawareoftheadverseeffectsoftelevision.
[C]AllAmericanpeopleshouldstopwatchingtelevision.
[D]NewsonTVisreadveryfastandmadetoobriefandincoherenttobecomprehensible.
III.BlankFilling
Fillineachblankwithanexpressionselectedfromthelistbelowinitsproperform.15%
dropoutofbedeficientinfrownedatbestuckinbeararesemblanceto
giveexpressiontofollowtakeone’splaceinthepresenceofdesert
1.LikeallIndianvillagesOkhla________atthattimeinthemorning.Mostofthepeoplewereworkinginthefieldandthewomenhadgatheredatthewellwhichwastheirmeetingplaceandcenterofgossip.
2.Asthebigproblemsofthethirtieswerebroughtundersomekindofroughcontrolnewproblems________.
3.WhenPresleyappearedonaTVshowakindof“debate”tookplace.Mostoftheolderviewers______hisperformancewhilemostoftheyoungerviewersapplauded.
4.Gorillashavegoodeyesightbut________bothhearingandsmelling.
5.TheEuropeaninhabitantsofEastAfricataketheirholidaysinthiscoolgreenplaceforit_______anyofthelushergolfingresortsinsouthernEngland.
6.Icannothelpfeelingafear________somanypeople.
7.HadIreallybeenabout________mysubconsciousdesiretomovetowardshimIwouldhavepausedatthismoment.
8.AgainstMrsFlowersprotestMommapulledupmydress.Thedresswasovermyheadandmyarms__________thesleeves.
9.Shehadanicebox.It__________thatshewouldhaveiceonanordinarydaywhenmostfamiliesinourtownboughticelateonSaturdaysonlyafewtimesduringthesummer.
10.“Awomanwill__________thegametohaveacoupleofkidsjustaboutthetimewe’rereadytorunherformayor.”Thismaybesaidbyapoliticianwithsexualprejudice.
IV.Cloze15%
Therearetenblanksinthefollowingpassage.Fillineachblankwithaproperwordtakenfromthelist.Notethattwoofthegivenwordsarenotapplicable.
rightlyinresponsiblemisgivingsviewsshortlyofaboutincreasedforteachalone
__(1)__beforehisgraduationJimBinnspresidentoftheseniorclassatStandfordUniversitywrotemeaboutsomeofhis__(2)__.“Morethananyothergeneration”hesaid“ourgeneration__(3)__theadultworldwithgreatskepticism…thereisalsoan__(4)__tendencytorejectcompletelythatworld.”
Apparentlyhespeaks__(5)__alotofhiscontemporaries.DuringthelastfewyearsIhavelistenedtoscores__(6)__youngpeopleincollegeandoutwhowerejustasnervous__(7)__thegrownupworld.Roughlytheirattitudemightbesummedupaboutlikethis“Theworldis__(8)__prettymuchofamessfullofinjusticepovertyandwar.Thepeople__(9)__arepresumablytheadultswhohavebeenrunningthings.Iftheycan’tdobetterthanthatwhathavetheygotto__(10)__ourgeneration?Thatkindoflessonwecandowithout.”
V.Translation20%
A9%TranslatethefollowingsentencesintoChinese.
1.IhadreadATaleofTwoCitiesandfoundituptomystandardasaromanticnovel.SheopenedthefirstpageandIheardpoetryforthefirsttimeinmylife.
2.Wordsmeanmorethanwhatissetdownonpaper.Ittakesthehumanvoicetoinfusethemwiththeshadesofdeepermeaning.
3.Almostanythinginterestingandrewardinginliferequiressomeconstructiveconsistentlyappliedeffort.Thefullesttheleastgiftedofuscanachievethingsthatseemmiraculoustothosewhoneverconcentrateonanything..
B11%TranslatethefollowingsentencesintoEnglishbyusingthewordsgiven.
1.这个解决方法的问题在于它已不可能大规模地加以实践。(troublepractical)4%
2.五十年代青少年灰心失意的精神状态都体现在他们的表演中。3%
3.她在班上是最后一名,但这不等于说她没头脑。(follow)4%
VI.AnswertheQuestion10%
Whatarethefourchoicessuggestedbytheauthorandwhichofthemisthewriterinfavorof?Why?
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福建师范大学网络与继续教育学院
《高级英语(一)》期末考试A卷(答题卷)
教学中心专业学号姓名成绩
注:考试时间为100分钟
I.Vocabulary20%
1.2.3.4.5.6.7.8.9.10.
11.12.13.14.15.16.17.18.19.20.
II.TextComprehension20%
1.2.3.4.5.6.7.8.9.10.
11.12.13.14.15.16.17.18.19.20.
III.BlankFilling15%
1.2.3.4.5.
6.7.8.9.10.
IV.Cloze15%
1.2.3.4.5.
6.7.8.9.10.
V.Translation20%
A.9%
1.
2.
3.
B.
1.4%
2.3%
3.4%
VI.QuestionAnswer10%
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