2020年11月成人本科学位英语统一考试

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  • Country music star Kenny Rogers, known for classics like "The Gambler" and "Islands in the Stream",died Friday night.He was 81.He died of natural causes at home in Sandy Springs, Georgia. During his six-decade career,the popular singer sold more than 100 million albums worldwide,won three Grammy Awards and was given a place in the Country Music Hall of Fame.(76)He also published several photography books,donated time and money to noble causes,appeared in a number of made-for-television movies and launched a restaurant chain. Kenneth Donald Rogers was born in Houston on Aug.21,1938.The fourth of Edward and Lucille's eight children,Rogers grew up in a government housing project. He was the first person in his family to receive a high school diploma. “As early as elementary school,I began to see music and singing as a relief from all the awkwardness and embarrassment of growing up poor, shy and often an outsider,"Rogers wrote in his 2012 book,Luck or Something Like it:A Memoir. He entered his first talent contest when he was 10.His version of“Lovesick Blues”won him the grand prize: a half-gallon of ice cream and a meeting with a country music star. In high school,he formed a vocal group called the Scholars.They recorded a few forgettable songs, then went their separate ways. As a solo artist, Kenneth Rogers recorded a song called “That Crazy Feeling",which was released to the public. In 1959, jazz pianist Bobby Doyle heard Rogers play at a club and asked him to join the Bobby Doyle Three as a bassist(贝斯手)and harmony singer. Rogers wasn't a bass player but signed on anyway. The group disbanded (解散)in the mid-1960s.By then,Rogers had"learned how to be a musician from Bobby Doyle,”as he wrote half a century later.

    1. From the passage we learn that Kenny Rogers was born in the()  

    Aearly 1960s

    Blate 1930s  

    Cearly 1950s

    Dlate 1940s  

  • 2. According to the passage,"()"is one of Kenny Rogers' best remembered songs.  

    AThe Gambler  

    BThat Crazy Feeling  

    CLovesick Blues  

    DLuck or Something Like it:A Memoir  

  • 3. The word version in Paragraph 4 is probably closest in meaning to()  

    Atranslating

    Breading  

    Csinging

    Ddancing  

  • 4. According to the passage, Kenny Rogers()  

    Acame from a rich family

    Bwas very confident  

    Cdidn't finish high school

    Dwasn't a bass player  

  • 5. Which of the following contributes the most to his success as a country music star?  

    AThe government housing project that he grew up in.  

    BThe first talent contest that he took part in.  

    CThe association with Bobby Doyle.  

    DThe restaurant chain that he launched.  

  • When Ella's owners escaped from their home, they weren't able to take the dog with them. But as wildfires raced through,Ella stood watch at the only house that was still standing in the neighborhood. (77)Ella stayed in the ruins for almost two days. The family wasn't sure if Ella would survive the flames.But a family friend told Ella's owners,Mike and Leahna Copsey,that he'd seen her standing guard outside their neighbor's house. The Copseys' neighborhood was almost completely destroyed by the Camp Fire,the deadly California wildfire that started on Nov.8,2018.The death toll(死亡人数)was 71,and more than 1,000 missing persons had been reported. As for Ella,the dog is now living with Kayla Westman, the Copseys' eldest daughter. Westman has created a GoFundMe page where visitors can make donations to help her pay for Ella's medical bills. So far, she's raised $175 of a $650 goal to help Ella,who suffered burns in the fire. “Like many other animals that have been affected by the Camp Fire,Ella is one of them. After going through the fire we are very lucky to have her back with us,"Westman wrote on the GoFundMe page."And while her bills have already been discounted(打折)for fire victims,it's still adding up quickly. Already spending $250,any little bit helps for the future visits we will be making.” The family also said that a local animal protection society has provided food,toys and a bed for Ella.(78)Still,even though Ella is safe,the family is without a home.A separate GoFundMe page for the Copseys says that the family has“lost everything in this fire.”

    6. When the Camp Fire went out of control, ()  

    Aboth Ella and its owners escaped from the fire  

    B Ella escaped but its owners stayed to take care of their home  

    CElla's owners escaped but Ella stayed in the neighborhood  

    Dboth Ella and its owners stayed in the neighborhood  

  • 7. After the Camp Fire came to an end,()in the Copseys' neighborhood.  

    Aa few houses remained in good condition  

    Ball the houses were destroyed except one  

    Chalf of the houses remained standing  

    Dmost houses survived the fire  

  • 8. Which of the following statements is TRUE according to the passage?  

    A1,000 people died in the fire.  

    B71 people went missing in the fire.  

    CNo animals were injured in the fire.  

    DElla finally got together with its owners.  

  • 9. Kayla Westman planned to raise()dollars for Ela's medical treatment.  

    A175

    B650

    C250

    D350  

  • 10. It is learned from the passage that()  

    Apeople in the neighborhood have not paid enough attention to animals  

    B animals in the neighborhood are not worth man's care and protection  

    Cblood is thicker than water  

    Dthere exists a good relationship between people and dogs  

  • Last week,Seth Priebatsch,the CEO and founder of SCVNGR, wrote a post encouraging young people with entrepreneurial aspirations(创业愿望)to drop out of college.(79)He may be right,but that makes me sad. I’ve been worrying about Priebatsch’s “drop-out” advice because for the most part,I think it's terrible counsel. As a parent who pays two college tuitions,I'm a strong believer in the importance of higher education not just because I think degrees will help my kids get good jobs, but because the college experience is making them better, smarter, and more interesting people. (80)They have the rest of their lives to start companies if they choose to do that,but when else will they be free to study art history, read great books, learn to write well, or become fluent in another language? And from a more practical perspective,they've creating relationships with classmates and professors that will benefit them personally and professionally for a lifetime. Entrepreneurship(创业)as a career path is now widely popular and it's my view that this generation will emerge as the most entrepreneurial generation in history. But colleges and universities are way behind the curve on this trend. Sure, there are now over 400 distinguished professors in graduate and undergraduate entrepreneurship programs with more than 200,000 students, according to the Kauffman Foundation. But if you're well on your way to starting a company as a freshman,a class or two in entrepreneurship is not going to keep you happy and it's probably not going to help you grow your company. Here's my solution:colleges and universities need to come up with a whole new curriculum (课程设置)for young entrepreneurs so that they can continue to learn the skills they need to succeed in business but still enjoy the resources that higher learning offers.

    11. Which of the following is the main idea of the passage?  

    ADropping out of college is key to business success.  

    BMany successful people dropped out to accelerate their success.  

    CEntrepreneurship is a popular career path now.  

    DDropping out of college is not a wise decision for young people.  

  • 12. The word counsel in Paragraph 2 is closest in meaning to()  

    Agoal

    Bindustry  

    Cadvice

    Dreaction  

  • 13. What solution does the author offer in the last paragraph?  

    A College should design a whole new curriculum for young entrepreneurs.  

    BCollege should create opportunities for students to work with local entrepreneurs.  

    C The government should provide loans for young entrepreneurs.  

    DThe government should make favorable policies to help young entrepreneurs.  

  • 14. The author's position on dropping out of college is()  

    Asupportive

    Bneutral  

    Cnegative

    Dpositive  

  • 15. According to the passage,which of the following statements is NOT TRUE?  

    A College provides young adults with both the intellectual capital and the social capital.  

    B The author thinks Priebatsch's 'drop-out'advice is acceptable.  

    CEntrepreneurship courses that universities offer are far from enough.  

    D The author thinks college education is very important.  

  • 1. A red rose,together with a letter,()left on her desk.  

    Awere  

    Bwas  

    Chad  

    Dwere being  

  • 2. They will fly to New York,()they plan to stay for two or three days.  

    Athere  

    Bwhere  

    Chere  

    Dwhich  

  • 3. Sam doesn't eat meat; his wife doesn't()  

    Atoo  

    Balso  

    Cneither  

    Deither  

  • 4. Alice doesn't speak English()her sister.  

    Amore fluently as

    Bso fluently as  

    Cso fluently than

    Das fluently than  

  • 5. When I see Jane in the street,she()at me.  

    Aalways smiled  

    Bis always smiled  

    Cwas always smiling  

    Dalways smiles  

  • 6. The goods()when we arrived at the airport.  

    Awere just unloading

    Bwere just being unloaded  

    Chad just unloaded

    Dwere just been unloaded  

  • 7. Some of the questions()by the students were very difficult()  

    Araised, to be answered

    Braised,to answer  

    Cto be raised,answering

    Draising,to answer  

  • 8. The teacher says this is()for the beginners.  

    Atoo difficult a book

    Ba too difficult book  

    Ctoo difficult book

    Ddifficult too a book  

  • 9. ()the English examination,I would have gone to the exhibition last Sunday.  

    AIn spite of

    BBut for

    CBecause of

    DAs for  

  • 10. In the hot daytime,elephants go to sleep in the cool ()of the trees.  

    Aplace

    Bshade

    Cshadow

    Dcover  

  • 11. ()already left for London.  

    ASmiths have

    BThe Smiths has  

    CThe Smiths have

    DSmiths has  

  • 12. The population of Shanghai is about three times as large as()of Nanjing.  

    Aone

    Bthat

    Cit

    Dthis  

  • 13. The big difference between men and women is that men are()stronger.  

    Aboldly

    Bbodily

    Ccompletely

    Dphysically  

  • 14. Many people enjoy calling()their friends at Christmas.  

    Aon  

    Bfor  

    Cof  

    Dto  

  • 15. Your proposal sounds________,so it may be accepted at the meeting.  

    A available  

    B reasonable  

    C embarrassing  

    D confusing  

  • 16. Hurry up!We have()to spare.  

    Aa little time

    Ba few time

    Cfew time

    Dlittle time  

  • 17. ——When is Frank going to leave?   ——He is going to set out()this week.
      

    Asometimes  

    Bsome time  

    Csometime  

    Dsome times  

  • 18. George took()of the fine weather to plant some trees in the garden.  

    Achance  

    Binterest  

    Ccharge  

    Dadvantage  

  • 19. Jane()German and French very fluently though she was born and grew up in Australia.
      

    Atalks

    Bsays

    Cspeaks

    Dtells  

  • 20. We were()for half an hour in a traffic jam,so we arrived late.  

    Aheld up  

    Bbroken down  

    Cput back  

    Dkept off  

  • 21. To be()is to state or express things in an open and honest way.  

    Afrank  

    Bguilty  

    Csmart  

    Dupset  

  • 22. She likes to be(),watching TV and doing nothing else all day long.  

    Aactive  

    Bdiligent  

    Cidle  

    Drestless  

  • 23. When you are faced with()in the mainland of China, you can dial 110 for help.  

    Aa wedding

    Ban emergency  

    Ca harvest

    Da festival  

  • 24. They set up a huge monument in the square()Abraham Lincoln.  

    Ain honor of  

    Bin disgust of  

    Cin doubt about  

    Din dislike for  

  • 25. Now the washing machine doesn't work at all! There()be something wrong with it.
      

    Acan

    Bshall

    Cmust

    Dcould  

  • 26. Hugh Johnson is not a man to be trusted:()he said is seldom true.  

    Awhy

    Bwhat

    Cif

    Dthat  

  • 27. Mrs Jones was()all in black at her husband's funeral.  

    Aput on

    Bdressed

    Cworn

    Dhad  

  • 28. Tom's uncle works at a small railway station,which()Lowton Cross.  

    Acall

    Bcalls

    Cis called

    Dhas called  

  • 29. The flowers in the garden need()badly;otherwise they will dry up soon.  

    Awatering  

    Bto water  

    Cwatered  

    Dto have watered  

  • 30. If the whole operation()beforehand, a great deal of time and money would have been lost.  

    Awas not planned

    Bhas not been planned  

    Chad not been planned

    Dwere not planned  

  • 1. 请选出句中不正确的一项:The dancing party is to be taken place in five minutes and everybody is ready.  

    Ais  

    Bbe taken place  

    Cin  

    Dis ready  

  • 2. 请选出句中不正确的一项:The war was broken out while the young couple were on a voyage to Italy.  

    Awas broken out  

    Bwhile  

    Con  

    Dto Italy  

  • 3. 请选出句中不正确的一项:I used to swimming every day when I was a boy of ten.  

    Aswimming  

    Bevery day  

    Cwhen  

    Dof ten  

  • 4. 请选出句中不正确的一项:The farther we get away from the earth,the thinner is the air.  

    Afarther  

    Bget  

    Cthe thinner  

    Dis the air  

  • 5. 请选出句中不正确的一项:There is a surprising news that the big forest fire is approaching the city now.  

    A a surprising news  

    Bthat  

    C is approaching  

    Dnow  

  • 6. 请选出句中不正确的一项:The doctor examined Jim careful to see if his heart worked properly.  

    Acareful  

    Bif  

    Cworked  

    Dproperly  

  • 7. 请选出句中不正确的一项:Mr Blair and his wife lived in a old house, in front of which there was a very beautiful garden.  

    Alived  

    Ba old house  

    Cwhich  

    Da very beautiful  

  • 8. 请选出句中不正确的一项:As we know,all animals need air,and so plants do.  

    AAs  

    Bknow  

    Cneed  

    D so plants do  

  • 9. 请选出句中不正确的一项:If the captain were more careful, his ship would not have sunk.  

    AIf  

    Bwere  

    Ccareful  

    Dsunk  

  • 10. 请选出句中不正确的一项:He knows little of biology,and still more of physics.  

    Aknows  

    Bof  

    Cand  

    Dmore  

  • Spring is the season when kind-hearted people mistakenly take thousands of wildlife babies from their mothers. It is important to know how to help(56)hurting. The best way to make sure  (57) an animal is truly motherless or not is to wait and check it for a period of time. Animals often  (58)to be abandoned but are not. Rabbits feed their young only (59) dusk and dawn,which is probably why you never see them.If the babies are fat and warm,they are being(60)good care of.If you are unsure,place some strings or sticks (61)the entrance of the nest.If the sticks are later disturbed,the mother has (62)  to feed her young. A lot of baby birds fall out of the nest.If they are not injured, it is safe to put them 63  into the nest.The mother will not (64) the babies even if you touch them.Birds (65)are learning to fly are often found on the ground, and the mother looks after them there. If a bird nest falls(66)in a storm, you can make a new one (67) making a few holes in a plastic butter container. Nail the "nest"as (68)as you can on the same tree,and place uninjured baby birds in it. The mother will often come back home in a day. In spring,it is common for mother deer to(69)their babies alone for most of the day to protect them. The baby deer has no scent(气味).It can lie in the grass and be(70 ),because animals that kill and eat them hunt mostly by scent.If you see a baby deer all alone,this is  (71) .Do not take it away from its (72) place. The bottom line is that natural mothers provide best care and survival training for their babies. (73) ,if the animal baby is obviously injured,its mother has been (74)by another animal,or you have seen the baby's (75) worsen over a couple of days, you should bring it to a wildlife protection center.

    1. ()56  

    Afrom

    Bwith

    Cbesides

    Dwithout  

  • 2. ()57  

    Awhat

    Bwhere

    Cwhether

    Dwhen  

  • 3. ()58  

    Aappear

    Bsound

    Cbecome

    Dsmell  

  • 4. ()59  

    Aon

    Bin

    Cwith

    Dat  

  • 5. ()60  

    Ataken

    Bgiven

    Cbelieved

    Dlooked  

  • 6. ()61  

    Aafter

    Bbesides

    Cacross

    Dbelow  

  • 7. ()62  

    Adeparted

    Boffered

    Creached

    Dreturned  

  • 8. ()63  

    Ainside

    Bback

    Caway

    Dout  

  • 9. ()64  

    Alove

    Bkiss

    Creject

    D welcome  

  • 10. ()65  

    Athat

    Bwhen

    Cwhat

    Dhow  

  • 11. ()66  

    Aover

    Bapart

    Cout

    Daway  

  • 12. ()67  

    Ain

    Bwith

    Cat

    Dby  

  • 13. ()68  

    Ahigh

    Blow

    Cwide

    Ddeep  

  • 14. ()69  

    Aput

    B find

    Ctake

    Dleave  

  • 15. ()70  

    Acalm

    Bnervous

    Csafe

    Ddangerous  

  • 16. ()71  

    Aworrying

    Bstrange

    Cexciting

    Dnormal  

  • 17. ()72  

    Adoing

    B hiding

    Ceating

    Dthinking  

  • 18. ()73  

    AFurthermore

    BMoreover

    CHowever

    DTherefore  

  • 19. ()74  

    Aprotected

    Brobbed

    Cattacked

    Dhelped  

  • 20. ()75  

    Asystem

    Bcondition

    Cmemory

    Dmuscle  

  • 1. He also published several photography books.  
  • 2. Ella stayed in the ruins for almost two days.  
  • 3. Still, even though Ella is safe, the family is without a home.  
  • 4. He may be right,but that makes me sad.  
  • 5. They have the rest of their lives to start companies if they choose to do that.  
  • 6. 你觉得这首诗怎么样?  
  • 7. 你经常去听音乐会吗?  
  • 8. 上周五我去图书馆借了本书。  
  • 9. 放学后,这些孩子们一直在操场上踢足球。  
  • 10. 去年夏天我们班去露营了。