2016 年浙江广厦建设职业技术学院单招英语模拟试题及答 案
第二部分： 英语知识运用（共两节， 满分 45 分）
第一节 单项填空 （共 15 小题； 每小题 1 分，满分 15 分） 从 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项，并在答题卡上将该项 涂黑。 21. —— Look out! Th
ere’s a bear coming! —— _______ it! That was lucky or my car would have been damaged. A. Miss Having missed B. To miss C. Missed D.
22. _______ return of the Shenzhou V marked China’s success in its first manned spaceflight and _____ first step of its manned space program. A. The; the D. The; 不填 23. —— I really don’t know how to thank you enough. —— ___________. A. No problem It doesn’t matter B. Think nothing of it C. Not at all D. B. A; the C. A; 不填
24. The traffic problem we are looking forward to seeing ________ should have attracted the local government’s attention. A. solving D. solved B. solve C. to solve
25.——Tommy, what’s wrong with your pen again? There isn’t enough time. —— The ink ______ come out. A. doesn’t D. can’t B. won’t C. hasn’t
26. Everything has two sides. Beautiful songs, sometimes, _________ be just noise to others.
A. must D. could B. may C. should
27. —— Did the policeman let you in? —— No, ________ I told him who I was. even if A. if B. once C. as though D.
28. The sunspot came into its active stage, ________ that happens once every eleven years. A. one D. what B. it C. the one
29. —— What do you think of my work, Miss Kate? —— I’ll come ________ to the point — your work isn’t good enough. A. friendly D. politely B. straight C. honestly
30. It’s said that it’s thanks to so many common understandings _______ they signed an agreement on peaceful development. A. why D. which B. that C. so
31. Tom did very well in the last exam and much to my joy, Mary did no _________ than Tom. A. better D. further B. worse C. faster
32. 10 percent of the workers’ salary was _______ by the employer for no right reason. A. kept away kept up B. kept off C. kept back D.
33. —— Why didn’t you help the little boy? —— Oh, sorry. He had struggled to his feet ________ I ran over. A. before D. since B. after C. until
34. —— Your brother is very careful and honest. —— I agree. What he has just done _______ itself.
A. speaks out D. thinks out B. thinks of C. speaks for
35. What limited money the able housewife made full use of ______ such a big family! A. to support D. supported B. support C. supporting
第二节 完形填空 （共 20 小题； 每小题 1.5 分，满分 30 分） 阅读下面短文，从短文后所给各题的四个选项（A、B、C 和 D）中，选出可以填 入空白处的最佳选项，并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 Time is very important in our lives. It 36 oureverybody moments. However, time never had any 37 inmy life until I received a watch from my father thatorganized my life and made me more 38 . It’s round in the center with two silver bands that goaround my wrist. And all of it is made of silver. This 39 tells me the importance of time in my life. I received this 40 on a gray-sky day. I had to go tothe airport at 9:00 am to 41 up my uncle Ali and takehim to my father’s house 42 , I was late because I was 43 out with my friends. Later on that day, around 11:00am, I 44 my uncle, but I was very 45 for him. He had 46 the airport and taken a taxi to my father’s house. I got to my father’s house at 2:00 pm on the sameday and looking at my angry father’s face I felt 47 ofmyself at that moment. After I said hi to my 48 fatherand tired uncle, my father asked me to sit next to himwhere he handed me this watch as a gift from him. Thenhe said, “ Essa, did you have 49 with your friendstoday?” I answered, “Yes, father, and I’m sorry about notpicking up my uncle Ali.” He said, “What you 50 was not very nice and you should be sorry for your 51 .” Iwas ashamed and said, “Father, I’ll never do it again, Ipromise.” He said, “I hope today you learned something important, and this watch will be a 52 for you.” He told me to take this watch and use it as an organizer of my 53. I learned a very important lesson from my father: to 54 time and never be late to get someone. This watch is 55 to me, not because of its price, but because of the lesson that I learned from it. 36. A. appreciates D. explains 37. A. importance D. interest 38. A. confident D. responsible B. organizes B. similarity B. independent C. orders C. necessity C. efficient
39. A. object D. stranger B. belonging B. letter B. pick B. Fortunately B. hanging B. remembered B. nervous B. recognized B. frightened B. happy B. fun B. did B. words B. hope D. reminder 53. A. life thought 54. A. waste D. enjoy 55. A. useful D. important B. day B. respect B. necessary C. way C. neglect C. different D. C. put C. However C. standing C. saw C. early C. left C. disappointed C. angry C. appointment C. thought C. actions C. requirement D. C. matter C. gift D.
40. A. card D. thing 41. A. call bring 42. A. Otherwise D. Hopefully 43. A. going D. leaving 44. A. forgot D. visited 45. A. anxious D. late
46. A. reached D. found 47. A. ashamed D. shy 48. A. kind D. doubtful
49. A. pleasure D. quarrels 50. A. said forgot 51. A. ideas 52. A. wonder D. promises
第三部分：阅读理解（共 20 小题； 每小题 2 分，满分 40 分）
阅读下面短文，从每题所给的四个选项（A、B、C 和 D）中，选出可以填入空白处的最 佳选项，并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 (A) For children with cancer, the facts of life include the facts of death. There is always the fear they might not live to grow up, yet they realize that fighting cancer is the only way of beating it. So they fight. And sometimes, they win. It may take years. It certainly takes support from parents and doctors. Unfortunately, many parents can’t deal with their child’s illness. And doctors, no matter how caring, have other patients to care for.At times like these, the Children’s Cancer Foundation (formerly theChildren’s Cancer Fund) can help. We’re a group of Hong Kong doctors, nurses, psychologists, parents of children with cancer and concerned persons. All of us are volunteers. We’re with the children every day, listening to and encouraging them. We also advise parents, educate the public and send doctors overseas to study new cancer treatments. Our funding has brought better equipment to the wards. And paid for special fiats where children can recover in a hygienic (卫生的), yet cheerful home setting. We want to do even more. But to do it, we need your support. It will be money well spent. Onelooks at our past achievements should prove that. To the children, your contribution will also be ashow of support. A sign that you’re behind them, which is just the sort of news that a six-year-old withcancer needs to hear. 56. This text can most probably be ____________. A. an advertisement C. an announcement B. a piece of news D. a report
57. A child with cancer may live to grow up if ______________. A. he tries to fight cancer with others’ help B. he is taken care of by his parents C. he is sent to the hospital D. he accepts help from the Children’s Cancer Fund 58. As for the Children’s Cancer Foundation, which of the following statements is NOT true? on. A. It is made up of volunteers, including doctors, nurses,psychologists and so B. It can help the children with cancer in many ways.
C. It has made achievements in helping the children with cancer. D. It has set up a lot of hospital in Hong Kong for the children with cancer. 59. We can know from the text that ____________. A. those who work for the Children’s Cancer Foundation are not paid B. the Children’s Cancer Foundation gets its money from the parents of the children with cancer C. only doctors and nurses are wanted to help the children with cancer D. every child can get help from the Children’s Cancer Foundation
(B) Healthy relationships are fun and make you feel goodabout yourself. The relationships that you make in yourteenage years will be a special part of your life. They willteach you some of the most important lessons about whoyou are. This may help you understand different kinds ofrelationships, what makes each relationship special, andhow to communicate in a positive way. What makes a relationship healthy? Communication and Sharing: The most importantpart of any healthy relationship between two people isbeing able to talk and listen to each other. You and the otherperson can find out what your common interests are. You can share your feelings with the other person and trust that he or she will be there to listen to you and support you. In healthy relationships, people don’t lie. Communication is based on honesty and trust. By listening carefully and sharing your thoughts and feelings with other people, you show them that they play an important part in your life. Respect and Trust: In healthy relationships, you learnto respect and trust important people in your life. Disagreementsmay still happen, but you learn to stay calm and talkabout how you feel. Talking calmly helps you to understand the real reason for not getting along. It makes it mucheasier to figure out how to fix it. In healthy relationships,working through disagreements often makes the relationship stronger. In healthy relationships, people respecteach other for who they are. This includes respectingand listening to yourself and your feelings so you can setboundaries and feel comfortable. You will find that youlearn to understand experiences and feelings of others aswell as having them understand your experiences and feelings. How do I know that I have a healthy relationship with someone? You know that you are in a healthy relationship withsomeone because you feel good about yourself whenyou are around that person. Unhealthy relationships canmake you feel sad, angry, scared, or worried.
Healthy peer relationships involve an equalamount of giving and taking in the relationship. In unhealthyrelationships, there is an unfair balance. You may oftenfeel that you are giving the other person more attentionthan that he or she gives to you. You should feel safe around the other person and feelthat you can trust him or her with your secrets. In ahealthy relationship, you like to spend time with the otherperson, instead of feeling that you have to spend timewith him or her. 60. The lessons you learn about the relationships in yourteenage years may help you understand the followingEXCEPT __________. A. different kinds of relationships of people and occasions C. how to communicate in a positive way relationship special B. different kinds D. what makes each
61. To have a healthy relationship, you shouldn’t _________. A. talk and listen to each other interests C. disagree and quarrel with each other as you give B. have common D. take as much
62. When disagreements happen, you learn to stay calmbecause___________. A. talking calmly helps you to understand the realseason for not getting along B. talking calmly makes it much easier to figure out howto fix them C. working through disagreements often makes therelationship stronger D. all of the above 63. Which of the following relationships is healthy? A. You feel upset when you are around someone. B. You like to talk to someone and listen to him or her. C. Giving without taking. D. You feel that you have to spend time with him or her. 64. The passage implies that __________. A. it’s easy to establish a good relationship with someone B. you don’t need to give anything to make relationships healthy C. healthy relationships need money, time, energyand care
D. mutual respect and trust lead to strong relationships
(C) Japanese doctors have used thin sheets of tissue from people’s cheeks to repair damaged corneas (角膜). A team from Osaka University transplanted thin layers of cheek cells onto the eyes of four patients with a rare and painful eye condition, reports BBC online. Patients whose vision had been cloudy could see well afterwards, and the “new corneas” remained clear more than a year after the operation. Doctors can also take cells from a healthy eye and grow them in a dish to produce a new cornea, or they can transplant corneas from donors. But these techniques may not work when both eyes are too badly damaged by accident or disease. The team hope their work may help solve the problem and lead to other types of grow-your-own tissue transplants. The cornea is the clear layer of cells on the surface of the eye. It cat be damaged by trauma (外伤) or by a range of diseases. The team worked with four patients who had a painful condition that caused cloudy corneas and dry eyes. Often the eye can regenerate cornea cells but none of the four patients had this ability. The researchers took a 3mm-widesquare of tissue from inside the mouth (cheeks) and grew it into a thin layer in the lab. They used a special low-temperature technique to separate a very thin sheet off each batch (组). They then laid that onto the patient’s eye. The cell layers stuck onto the eye and developed into tissue that looked and acted like a healthy cornea. However, long-term follow-up and experience with a large series of patients are needed to assess the benefits and risks of this method. “Yet, it does offer the potential of treating severe eye diseases that are resistant to standard approaches,” said the head of the research, Kohji Nishida. 65. Now doctors can repair the damaged corneas with thefollowing methods EXCEPT ___________. A. using mouth tissue B. taking cells froma healthy eye and growing them in a dish C. transplanting corneas from another person D. using finger tissue 66. If both eyes are too badly damaged, we can treat them _____________. A. only by using mouth tissue B. by taking cells from a healthy eye and growing them in a dish
C. by transplanting healthy corneas from donors D. by none of the mentioned methods 67. We can infer from the passage that________. A. the new technique can be widely used in the operations B. the new technique needs to be further tested C. the new technique has more benefits than risks. D. any new technique has risks 68. Which of the following is the best title? A. A New Invention Technique C. Mouth Tissue Can Restore Your Vision Restore Your Vision B. A New D. Transplanting Can
(D) Sliver Screen: The Myth Updated: 2006-10-08 12:34 Genre: Martial Art Plot Outline: Intrepid archeologist Jack and ambitious scientist William set out on an adventure that leads them to the greatest discovery in Chinese history.Their journey starts in Dasar, India, where they stumble upon an ancient sword from the Qin Dynasty, and a magical gemstone that appears to be able to defy the force of gravity. These finds not only lead them to a mythical mausoleum (陵墓), but also connects Jack to his dark past life. Through strange dreams, Jack sees himself reincarnated (使转生) as Meng Yi, a general who fell for the First Emperor’s beautiful consort (配偶) Ok Soo some 2,000 years ago. As Meng Yi commands his troops in an increasingly desperate war against rebels, he also has to battle his own inner desires in choosing between eternal love and loyalty. Back to the present day, where the final secret of the First Emperor is about to be revealed, as the two adventurers successfully enter the Heavenly Palace — a fortress loaded with death traps and unspeakable evils. But thecloser Jack comes to this precious and final truth, the morehe gets lost between the past and the present. Leading cast overview: Jackie Chan ... archeologist Jack
Tony Leung Ka Fai ... scientist William Kim Hee Seon ... Ok Soo Mallika Sherawat ... Princess Samantha 69. “The Myth” is about ____________. A. the love story of Jack and the princess B. the adventurous finds by Jack and William C. the history of the First Emperor of China D. the history of ancient wars that happened in China 70. From this passage, we can see that _________. A. “The Myth” is a famous novel B. a human being can really be reincarnated C. we can See a lot of beautiful scenes in the film D. Jackie Chan plays the role of Jack 71. The underlined phrase “stumble upon” refers to ___________. over A. fall over B. come across C. cry over D. think
(E) THE PRESIDENT: Good morning. On Sunday, ournation will observe the fifth anniversary of the Septemberthe 11th terrorist attacks. Every American has memories ofthat day that will never leave them. We remember the images of fire and terror at the Pentagon (五角大楼), in Pennsylvania, and in the heart of New York City. We remember the ruthlessness of those who murderedthe innocent and took joy in their suffering. We rememberthe courage of the police and firefighters and rescuepersonnel who rushed into burning buildings to save lives, knowing they might never emerge (出现). And we remember the victims － moms and dads, sons and daughters, brothers and sisters, husbands and wives － and the loved onesthey left behind. As night fell on America on September the 11th,2001, we felt grief and great sorrow. Yet we also saw that,while the terrorist could kill the innocent, they could
notdefeat the spirit of our nation; The despair and tragedy of that day were overcome by displays of selflessness, courage and compassion (同情). And in the days and weeks that followed, Americaanswered history’s call to bring justice to our enemies andto ensure the survival and success of liberty. And thatmission continues today. Five years later, Americans remember the fears anduncertainty and confusion of that terrible morning. Butabove all, we remember the resolve of our nation to defendour freedom, rebuild a wounded city, and care for ourneighbors in need. Today, America is confronting another disaster thathas caused destruction and loss of life.This time the devastation (破坏) resulted not from the malice (恶意) of evil men, but from the fury (狂怒) of water and wind. Hurricane Katrina flattened entire towns along ourGulf Coast, and left one of America’s most storied citiesunder water. Tens of thousands have lost homes and loved ones and all their earthly (世间的) possessions. The storm took countless lives and forced hundreds ofthousands of people to flee from their communities with noassurance of returning soon. 72. According to this passage, which of the following is NOT true? A. The United States will observe the fifth anniversary of the September the 11th terrorist attacks. B. Americans have forgotten ruthlessness of those who murdered the innocent four years later. C. America is facing another disaster which called Hurricane Katrina. D. Tens of thousands of people flee from their hometown to elude the storm. 73. From the passage, we can infer that ________. A. Americans have the determination to defend their freedom and the security of their country B. Americans feared the terrorist attacks C. keeping peace is the duty of America itself D. Americans only felt great sorrow 74. What does the underlined word “grief” probably mean in Paragraph 3? A. belief sadness B. determination C. poverty D.
75. What is the main idea of this passage?
A. Call on the whole nation to fight against the terrorist B. To make peace with the terrorists. C. To overcome the survivals’ compassion. D. Ask for help from other countries.
第 II 卷（共 35 分）
第一节 短文改错 （共 10 小题； 每小题 1 分，满分 10 分）
此题要求改正所给短文中的错误。 对标有题号的每一行作出判断： 此行无错误：在该行右边横线上画一个勾（√）； 此行多一词：用斜线（＼）划掉，在该行右边横线上写出该词，并也用斜线划掉。 此行缺一词：在缺词处加一个（∧），在该行右边横线上写出该加的词。 词行错一词：在错的词下划一横线，在该行右边横线上写出改正后的词。 Last Saturday afternoon our class had a football match Class 3. ____________ At first, our forward Li Yang took a pass from one teammate ____________ and ran forward, shook off two defenders. Then he passed the ball ____________ to his partner who was in the front of the goal. His partner jumped ____________ highly and hit the ball to the goal with his head. The goalkeeper of ____________ Class 3 tried his best to catch the ball, and it was too late. The ____________ ball already flown into the goal. The match went on. At the end of the ____________ 76. 77. 78. 79. 80. 81. 82.
first half, Class 3 kicked the ball into their goal. But the draw didn’t ____________ discourage us. During the second half, we began to sing a song naming ____________ 84. 85. 86. 83.
Believe Yourself for our team. 30 second just before the end of the
____________ match, our team kicked another ball into the goal. We won at last! ____________
第二节 书面表达 （ 满分 25 分 ） 假如你是江苏南通某中学高三学生李明，你于 2006 年 11 月 10 日收到了居住在澳 门的笔友 Joy Nelson 寄来的一封信，请您仔细阅读他的邮件并回一封邮件给他。 注意： 1．回信的内容必须包括对方想要了解的全部情况。 2．词数在 100 左右。 From: To: Forward: Subject: Sent: Dear Li Ming, Glad to hear from you last Friday. From your letterI’ve learned a lot about Nantong. Great changes have takenplace in Nantong during the past few years. It must be morebeautiful than it used to be. I’m expecting to visit itsometime in the near future. Now, I’m eager to know something about your school life,especially about what you usually do after class. I willbe delighted if you can tell me something about it. I am looking forward to your reply. With best wishes. Yours ever, Joy Nelson Tell me about your school life Friday, November 10th, 2006, 9:35 AM email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org
To: Forward: Subject: Dear Joy,
Re: Tell me about your school life
I was very glad to receive your letter on November 10th. At your request, I’ll tell something about myschool life. _____________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________ ____________________________ Yours ever, Li Ming
【单项选择】 21．C。考查省略结构。根据后半句可知，miss 的动作已发生；missed it 为“I have missed it”的省略。 22．A。考查冠词。此句中的“return”和“first step”后都有词语加以限制，所以应特指。 23．B。考查交际用语。当对方表达感谢或歉意时，可以用“Think nothing of it”来回答，意为“不用客 气”或“别放在心上，没什么”。 24．D。考查非谓语动词。动词 see 的宾语为先行词 the traffic problem，即：see the traffic problem solved。 25．B。考查时态。由“ … what’s wrong with your pen again?”可知，这支笔出毛病是经常性的行为。 will 可表示某种倾向和习惯，故选 B。 26．B。考查情态动词。由 sometimes 可知，此处应用表示可能性不大的情态动词，即 may。 27．D。考查连词。注意本空前省略了 he didn’t not。 28．A。考查代词。one 可替代同类可数名词，此处作 stage 的同位语。此处为泛指，故不加 the。 29．B。考查副词。come straight to the point 意思是“直说”，符合语意。 30．B。考查强调句。只有 B 项符合结构和意思要求。
31．B。考查比较级。“A + no + 比较级+than + B”表示“A 与 B 都不……”；根据句意，选 B。 32．C。考查短语动词。keep back 意为“扣留；扣下”；keep away 意为“避开；离开”；keep off 意为 “使……不接近；使离开”；keep up 意为“(士气等)不低落；(价格、工资等)保持高水准”。 33．A。考查连词。根据语境，选 A。本句意为“我还没有来得及跑过去，他就已经站起来了。” 34．C。考查短语动词。speak out 意为“大声且清楚地说出”；speak for 意为“代替……讲话；(事情)显 示(某人的优点等)”；think of 意为“认为……；想到……”；think out 意为“想出(计划等)；想透 (问题等)”。故选 C。 35．A。考查非谓语动词。不妨把感叹句变为陈述句，问题便迎刃而解。The able housewife made full use of the limited money to support such a big family. 故选择 A 项，不定式短语作目的状语。 【完形填空】 36．B。根据下句中的 organize 可知应选 B 项，意为“时间构成了我们生活中的每—时刻”。 37．A。因第一句话说的就是时间的重要性，直到父亲送给我一块表我才意识到时间的重要性。 38．D。下文父亲给我手表是因为我接人去晚了，可见他教我要有时间观念，做个有责任的人。 39．A。前面描述的是表，此处当然指的是表这个物体。 40．C。根据下文，这是父亲送给我的礼物。 41．B。 42．C。前后构成转折关系。 43．B。 go out 意为“出去；熄灭”；hang out 意为“闲逛”；stand out 意为“交出；显眼”；leave out 意为“省去；遗漏”。 44．B。到了晚些时候，大约上午 11 点的时候我才记起了这件事。 45．D。此时已经过去两个小时了，要去接他已经太晚了。 46．C。 47．A。此时的作者当然是觉得惭愧了。 48．C。此时的父亲当然是感到生气了。 49．B。 have fun 意为“玩得高兴”。 50．B。你这样做不好。 51．C。
52．D。希望这块手表可以时刻提醒你时间。 53．A。这里与前文呼应，你要做个有时间安排的人。 54．B。尊重时间，不要迟到。 55．D。从本文内容可知作者说这块表对其意义之大。 【阅读理解】 56．A。主旨推断题。从文中最后一段话 “But to do it, we need your support.”以及“To the children you’re behind them...”可以看出，这是一篇为患病的儿童争取赞助的公益广告。而不是新闻、通知 或是报告。 57．A。句意理解题。从文中第一段第二句“There is always the fear …of beating it.”可知与癌症做斗争 是战胜它的惟一方法。 58．D。辨别正误题。注意问的是“不正确”的，D 项中所讲的医院文中根本未提到。 59．A。常识推理题。由常识可知志愿者一般是没有报酬的。 60．B。细节判断题。由第一段最后一句可知。 61．C。细节理解题。从第三段第五句可知。 62．D。细节推断题。从第三段第二、三句可知。 63．B。细节理解题。从最后一段可知。 64．D。综合推理题。由全文可知。 65．D。前三项的方法都在文中有所提及，但 D 项没有。 66．D。根据第一段和第二段提到的技术及第二段 But these techniques may not work when both eyes are too badly damaged by accident or disease 可知，these techniques 即是指本题中前三项的内容。 67．B。由最后—段第—句可知。 68．C。本文主要讲述的是利用嘴部组织来修复受损的眼角膜技术。 69．B。海报主要介绍影片的内容，Jack 和 William 的冒险经历与奇怪的发现。 70．D。根据 Leading cast overview 下面的介绍可知。 71．B。由上下文可知，stumble upon 意为“偶然发现”。 72．B。由文章第二段首句可知答案。 73．A。由全文内容可知答案。
74．D。grief 与 sorrow 应为并列意义，所以 D 项正确。 75．A。文章为美国总统对美国人民的演说，即号召美国人民与恐怖分子及自然灾害作斗争。 【短文改错】76. match 后加上 with high 81. and → but 82. already 前加上 had seconds 【书面表达】 One possible version: Dear Joy, I was very glad to receive your letter on November 10th, 2006. At your request, I’ll tell something about myschool life. In Grade 3 at my senior high school, I have six subject Chinese, English, physics, chemistry and PE. School hours usuallybegin at 8 am and end at 4 pm. After class, we have sports, suchas ball games and so on, or do some reading in the school library.After school, I don’t usually go home at once. I have joined theSchool English Corner, where students can practice oral Englishwith the foreign teachers and other students. Every afternoon, I spend one hour there before I return home. Nantong is a really beautiful city. Welcome to Nantong. I’ll appreciate it if you can also tell me something about yourschool life. I'm looking forward to it. With best regards. Yours ever, Li Ming 77. √ 78. shook →shaking 79. 去掉 the 80. highly →
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