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2017年在职申硕英语考试真题

来源:考试吧 2018-02-13 14:53:02 考试吧:中国教育培训第一门户 模拟考场

  Part I Oral Communcication (10 points)

  Section A

  Directions: In this section there are two incomplete dialogues and each dialogue has three blanks and three choices A, B and C, taken from the dialogue. Fill in each of the blanks with one of the choices to complete the dialogue and mark your answer on the Answer Sheet.

  Dialogue One

  A.When is it taking place?

  B.Is Alan attending?

  C.That'll be interesting.

  Alice: We're having a meeting tomonow. Can you make it?

  Kevin: 1

  Alice: We're planning at 10 o'clock. Is that OK?

  Kevin: Yes, that'll be fine.

  Alice: We're going to go over last quarter's sales figures.

  Kevin: Good. I have some input I'd like to make.

  Alice: Frank is also going to make some suggestions on improving the bottom line.

  Kevin; 2 He's got keen insights.

  Alice: Yes, he's going to outline some new sales strategies

  Kevin: 3

  Alice: No, he's flying to San Francisco and won't be able to make it.

  Kevin: Oh well, maybe he'll phone in.

  Dialogue Two

  A.I'll drop by there on my way to class today.

  B.I thought you liked the apartment.

  C.I've decided to look for a new place.

  Roger: Hello.

  Ann; Hello Roger, This is Ann

  Roger: Oh hi, Ann. How have you been? How's your new apartment working out?

  Ann: Well, that's what I'm calling about. You see, 4

  Roger: Oh, what's the problem with your place now? 5

  Ann: Oh, I do, but it's a little far from campus, and the commute is just killing me. Do you think you could help? I thought you might know more about the housing situation near the school,

  Roger: Well, I know there's an apartment complex around the corner that seems to have a few vacancies. 6

  Ann: Hey, thanks a lot

  Roger:No problem.

  Section B

  Directions: In this section there is one incomplete interview which has four blanks and four choices A,B, C and D), taken from the interview. Fill in each of the blanks with one of the choices to complete the interview and mark your answer on the Answer Sheet.

  A.Thanks, Rachel.

  B.That's what we did

  C.we were all talking about some TV shows.

  D.it's a real honor to have you here.

  Maddow: Joining us now for the interview is Hillary Clinton, former secretary of state, former senator, former first lady. Secretary Clinton, 7 Thank you for being here.

  Clinton: It's great to be here with you. 8

  Maddow: What does a person do after 11 hours of testimony? You’re the only human being I know of on Earth that has done 11 straight hours. What did you do after that?

  Clinton:Well, I had my whole team come over to my house and we sat around eating Indian food and drinking wine and beer. 9 It was great.

  Maddow: And was it like, "Let's just talk about TV, let's not talk about what just happened?"

  Clinton: Yes. Yes, 10 It was great just to have that chance to thank them because they did a terrific job, you know, kind of being there behind me and getting me ready.

  Part II Vocabulary (10 points)

  Directions: In this part there arc ten sentences, each with one word or phrase underlined. Choose the one from the four choices marked A, B, C and D that best keeps the meaning of the sentence. Mark your answer on the Answer Sheet

  11.The specially developed skin paint will wear off in 2-4 days, but can be removed instantly with alcohol.

  A. remain B. dry C. work D. disappear

  12.She was tired of his constant complaining and did't want to tolerate him anymore.

  A. catch up to B . put up with C. come up with D. live up to

  13.The supporters of either party have rationalized their own opinion in terms of argument.

  A. with regard to B. in contrast to C. in addition to D. as opposed to

  14.How is it possible thal such widespread deception has come to take place right under our noses?

  A. delay B, damage C. fraud D. shock

  15.It is not yet clear whether the deletion of data at the troubled bank was accidental or deliberate.

  A. obvious B. intentional C. surprising D. foolish

  16.When required to eat vegetables, many children only do so reluctantly.

  A. automatically B. anxiously C. obediently D. unwillingly

  17.Recently, the Internet hasgiven rise toa new type of marketplace.

  A. created B. conceived C. increased D. improved

  18.Another 1,000 workers were dismissed when ihe machinery plant was in difficulties.

  A. taken off B. driven off C. put off D. laid off

  19. Credit creates the false idea that you can own things without paying for them.

  A. image B. illusion C. imagination D. impression

  20. For the audience to better understand the new concept, the professor elaborated it with many examples.

  A. summarized B. concluded C. classified D. explained

  Part III Reading Comprehension (25 points)

  Section A

  Directions: In this section, there are four passages followed by qucsiions or unfinished stalements, each with four suggested answers A, B, C and D. Choose the best answer and mark your answer on the Answer Sheet.

  Passage One

  Under the right circumstances, choosing to spend time alone can be a huge psychological blessing. In the 1980s, the Italian journalist and author Tiziano Terzani. after many years of reporting across Asia, holed himself up in a cabin in Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan. "For a month I had no one to talk to except my dog Baoli," he wrote in his book A Fortune Teller Told Me. Terzani passed the time with books, observing nature, "listening to ihe winds in the trees, watching butterflies, enjoying silence" For the first time in a long while he felt free from the unending anxieties of daily life:"At last I had time to have time."

  Terzani’s embrace of isolation was relatively unusual: Humans have long considered solitude an inconvenience, something to avoid, a punishment, a realm of loners. Science has often associated it with negative outcomes. Freud, who linked solitude with anxiety, noted that, "in children the first fears relating to situatious are those of darkness and solitude." John Cacioppo, a modern social neuro-scientist who has extensively studied loneliness—what he calls “chronic perceived isolation”—contends that, beyond damaging our thinking powers, isolation can even harm our physical health. But increasingly scientists are approaching solitude as something that, when pursued by choice, can prove a therapy.

  This is especially true in times of personal disorder, when the instinct is often for people to reach outside of themselves for support.“When people are experiencing crisis it's not always just about you: It's about how you are in society," explains Jack Fong, a sociologist at California State Polytechnic University who has studied solitude.

  In other words, when people remove themselves from the social context of their lives, they are better able to see how they're shaped by that context. Thomas Merton, a monk and writer who spent years alone, held a similar notion. "We cannot see things in perspective until we cease to hug them to our breast,” he writes in Thoughts in Solitude. "people can go for a walk or listen to music and feel that they are deeply in touch with themselves.”

  21. Tiziano Terzani spent a month alone to______.

  A.embrace isolation B. study butterflies

  C. write a book D. look after his dog

  22.The word "solitude", (Para. 2) is closest in meaning to "_____".

  A.growing anxious B. feeling empty

  C. being helpless D. staying alone

  23.The opinions of Freud and Cacioppo are cited to show that _____.

  A.children tend to fear darkness and solitude

  B. solitude pursued by choice can be a therapy

  C. chronic isolation can harm interpersonal relations

  D. solitude has long been linked with negative outcomes

  24.According to Jack Fong, the sense of personal crisis may be influenced by _____.

  A. an isolated lifestyle B. mental disorder

  C. low seif-esteem D. social context

  25.The main idea of the passage is that .

  A.solitude should be avoided at all costs

  B. anxieties of daily life may cause personal crisis

  C.choosing to spend time alone can be a blessing

  D. seeking support is useless for tackling personal crisis

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