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2020年广东成考高升专层次英语模拟练习(二)

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三、完型填空(共20题;每题1.5分,共30分)
通读下面的短文,掌握其大意,然后从每题的四个选项中选出可以填入相应空白处的最佳选项。
It was the night before the composition was due. As I looked at the list of topics (题目) , "The Art of Eating Spaghetti (意大利面条) " caught my eye. The word "spaghetti" brought back the 36 of an evening at Uncle Alien' s in Belleville 37 all of us were seated around the table and Aunt Pat 38 spaghetti for supper. Spaghetti was an exotic (外来的) treat in 39 days. Never had I eaten spaghetti, and 40 of the grown-ups had enough experience to be 41 it. What laughing 42 we had about the 43 respectable method for moving spaghetti from plate to mouth. 44 , I wanted to write about that, but I wanted to 45 it down simply for my own 46 , not for Mr. Fleagle, my composition teacher. 47 , I would write something else.
When I finished it the night was half gone and there was no 48 left to write a proper composition for Mr. Fleagle. There was no choice next morning but to 49 my work. Two days passed before Mr. Fleagle returned the 50 papers. He said, "Now, class, I want to read you a composition, "The Art of Eating Spaghetti'.”
My words! He was reading my words out 51 to the whole class. 52 laughed, then the whole class was laughing with open-hearted enjoyment. I did my best not to show 53 , but what I was feeling was pure happiness, 54 my words had the power to make people 55 .
36. A. memory B. thought C. knowledge D. experience
37. A. when B. where C. since D. after
38. A. cooked B. served C. got D. made
39. A. their B. past C. last D. those
40. A. none B. one C. earns D. neither
41. A. careful about B. good at C. fond of D. interested in
42. A. speeches B. lessons C. sayings D. arguments
43. A. nearly B. naturally C. officially D. socially
44. A. Especially B. Probably C. Suddenly D. Fortunately
45. A. settle B. put C. bite D. let
46. A. work B. story C. luck D. joy
47. A. However B. Therefore C. As for him D. Except for that
48. A. time B. excuse C. way D. idea
49. A. give up B. continue C. hand in D. delay
50. A. written B. graded C. collected D. calmly
51. A. laid B. fast C. publicly D. calmly
52. A. People B. Nobody C. Somebody D. I
53. A. shock B. wonder C. worry D. pleasure
54. A. if B. for C. while D. although
55. A. excited B. satisfied C. think D. laugh
四、阅读理解(共15题,每题3分,共45分)
阅读下列短文,然后根据短文的内容从每题的四个选项中选出最佳的一项。
Passage 1
During the summer holidays there will be a revised(修改过的)schedule(时刻表) of services for the students. Changes for dining-room and library service hours and for bus schedules will be posted on the wall outside of the dining-hall. Weekly film and concert schedules, which are being arranged(安排), will be posted each Wednesday outside of the student club.
In the summer holidays, buses going to the town center will leave the main hall every hour on the half hour during the day. The dining-room will serve three meals a day from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm during the week and two meals from noon to 7:00 pm on weekends. The library will continue its usual hours during the week, but have shorter hours on Saturdays and Sundays. The weekend hours are from noon to 5:00 pm.
All students who want to use the library borrowing services must have a new summer card. This announcement will also appear in the next week's student newspaper.
56. The main purpose of this announcement is to    .
A. tell students of important schedule changes
B. tell students of new bus and library services
C. show the excellent services for students
D. ask students to renew their library cards
57. At which of the following times will the bus leave the main hall?
A. 8:00, 9:00, 10:00, 11:00
B. 8:00, 9:30, 10:30, 11:30
C. 8:30, 9:00, 9:30, 10:00
D. 8:00, 9:30, 11:00, 12:30
58. Times for films and concerts are not listed in this announcement because  .
A. they are not to be announced
B. hey are hard to arrange
C. the full list is not ready
D. the full list is too long
59. In the summer holidays, the library will have   .
A. no special hours
B. special hours on weekdays
C. special hours on weekends
D. special hours both on weekdays and weekends.
60. We may infer that during the summer holidays    .
A. the student newspaper will sell more copies
B. there will be a concert or a film once a week
C. many students will stay in the university
D. no breakfast will be served on weekends
Passage 2
Most people read short stories. Magazines, newspapers, and books, printed in millions of copies every month, regularly supply the demand for short fiction. In the United States today the short story is overwhelmingly the most popular of current literature.
Perhaps it is the modern manner of living that insistently demands that all current fiction be short. Automobiles, jet planes, telephones, and telegraphs all bow at the alter of speed. And literature shares its place in the favor of the crowd with amusements undreamed of a hundred years ago. The time for leisurely reading of ten volume novels appears to have passed with the horse and buggy and the pony express. The fiction readers demand a literary form that suits their moods and habits. Long introductions, leisurely discourses on philosophy, and detailed descriptive passages become the special joy of a particular kind of reader, whereas the crowd chooses the short story. Small wonder, then, that many writers have turned their talents to the short story.
61. Americans today have less time to spend on reading because they .
A. work long hours
B. spend most of their time traveling
C. spend a lot of time on the telephone
D. have more diversions from which to choose
62. According to the passage, short stories are popular in the U.S. today primarily because they .
A. can be purchased on planes
B. are in abundant supply
C. appear in popular magazines and newspapers
D. are well suited to a fast pace of living
63. According to the passage, a short story differs from a novel in that a short story .
A. contains a philosophical discussion
B. is divided into several volumes
C. is considerably more concise
D. had not been invented a hundred years ago
64. The author of this passage implies that the horse and buggy is no longer a popular means of transportation because .
A. there are fewer horses today
B. its too long to travel that way
C. automobiles make the streets dangerous for horses
D. it is more expensive than driving a car
65. It can be inferred from the passage that authors might choose to write short stories because the short stories would .
A. increase the authors’ popularity
B. have a wider potential readership
C. earn more money than a novel
D. take less time to write than a novel
P assage 3
Children have their own rules in playing games. They seldom need a referee(裁判) and rarely trouble to keep scores. They don’t care much about who wins or loses, and it doesn’t seem to worry them if the game is not finished. Yet, they like games that depend a lot on luck, so that their personal abilities cannot be directly compared. They also enjoy games that move in stages, in which each stage, the choosing of leaders, the picking-up of sides, or the determining of which side shall start, is almost a game in itself.
Grown-ups can hardly find children’s games exciting, and they often feel puzzled at why their kids play such simple games again and again. However, it is found that a child plays games for very important reasons. He can be a good player without having to think whether he is a popular person, and he can find himself being a useful partner to someone of whom he is ordinarily afraid. He becomes a leader when it comes to his turn. He can be confident, too, in particular games, that it is his place to give orders, to pretend to be dead, to throw a ball actually at someone, or to kiss someone he has caught.
It appears to us that when children play a game they imagine a situation under their control. Everyone knows the rules, and more importantly, everyone plays according to the rules. Those rules may be childish, but they make sure that every child has a chance to win.
66. What is true about children when they play games?
A. They can stop playing any time they like.
B. They can test their personal abilities.
C. They want to pick a better team.
D. They don’t need rules.
67. To become a leader in a game the child has to .
A. play well B. wait for his turn
C. be confident in himself D. be popular among his playmates
68. What do we know about grown-ups?
A. They are not interested in games.
B. They find children’s games too easy.
C. They don’t need a reason to play games.
D. They don’t understand children’s games.
69. Why does a child like playing games?
A. Because he can be someone other than himself.
B. Because he can become popular among friends.
C. Because he finds he is always lucky in games.
D. Because he likes the place where he plays a game.
70. The writer believes that .
A. children should make better rules for their games.
B. children should invite grown-ups to play with them.
C. children’s games can do them a lot of good
D. children play games without reasons
五、翻译(共5题;每题5分,共25分)
请将下列各句翻译成英文。
71. 他们没有什么共同之处。
72. 我们希望您早日恢复健康。
73. 他赢的可能性很小。
74. 交通事故是由于粗心驾驶所致。
75. 你们去旅行是坐船还是坐飞机。
 
参考答案:
三. 完型填空
36—40 A A B D A
41—45 B D D C B
46—50 D C A C B
51—55 A C D B D
四. 阅读理解
56—60 A B C C D
61—65 D D C B B
66—70 A B B A C
五.翻译
71. They have nothing in common with each other.
72. We hope you’ll get well soon.
73. He has a poor chance of winning.
74. The traffic accident resulted from carelessness in driving.
75. Will you travel by sea or by air?
 
 
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