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本试卷分第I卷(选择题)和第II卷(非选择题)两部分,共120分。考试时间120分钟。 选择题部分 ( 共80分) 第一部分:英语知识运用(共两节, 满分30分) 第一节: 单项填空(共20小题,每小题0.5分,满分10分) 从A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的选项,并在答题纸上将该选项标号涂黑。 1. — I am not good at playing badminton, you know. — ______. We are playing just for fun. A. That’s true B. Take your time C. Go ahead D. Come on 2. Color shapes our view of ______ world and it may have ______ far more influence on our lives than many of us realize. A. a; a B. the; / C. the; the D. the; a 3. Reading a daily newspaper will make you ______ of what is going on in the world. A. dependent B. ignorant C. alike D. aware 4. “President Xi Jinping’s report,” a smile on his face, he continued, “______ to several hot topics, discusses how to increase peasants’ income.” A. referring B. refers C. having referred D. referred 5. The students clearly kept informed of what to prepare during the summer holidays will not buy many irrelevant books ______. A. blindly B. specially C. practically D. completely 6. Nature is at its most beautiful in spring ______ all kinds of flowers are in blossom, ______ attracts people from all walks of life to take a spring outing. A. that; which B. which; where C. when; that D. when; which 7. Close the door of fear behind you, and you ______ the door of faith open before you. A. will see B. have seen C. are seeing D. saw 8. Hong Kong’s “anti-Occupy Central” movement has announced that over one million signatures have been collected ______ the police. A. in need of B. in support of C. in praise of D. in honor of 9. The China Foreign Exchange Trading System says it will ______ direct trading of the Chinese yuan against the Singapore dollar beginning Tuesday. A. carry on B. carry out C. carry away D. carry off 10. Henry made a list of all the possible solutions, ______ helpful in handling the present situation, though. A. none of them B. none of which C. all of which D. all of them 11. The airplane had a good ______ of newspapers, magazines, television programs, food and drinks. The meal even included a serving of Haagen-Dazs ice cream. A. offer B. number C. supply D. amount 12. The upset mother thought to herself, “If only I ______ what’s going on in my little boy’s head right now.” A. had known B. know C. knew D. have known 13. The director was fully convinced that this moving story, if ______ for television, would be a hit. A. adapted B. being adapted C. to be adapted D. having been adapted 14. Meeting my teachers and fellow students after so many years was a warm occasion, ______ I’d strike into my heart. A. that B. one C. when D. what 15. — How is that, Jane? — I wonder ______ it takes to be a good teacher beyond patience and a great knowledge of students. A. how is it that B. what it is that C. how it is that D. what is it that 16. There is a common belief among the students in our school ______ they should try their best to learn and reach the peak of their academic performances. A. which B. if C. that D. whether 17. It is believed that high achievers are ambitious, hard working, and work toward personal standards of excellence ______ material rewards. A. other than B. or rather C. rather than D. or else 18. If you want to get your ability ______, you have to show it in your work rather than complain all day. A. to recognize B. recognizing C. being recognized D. recognized 19. The findings support another study which showed that being happy ______ reduce the risk of heart disease. A. need B. shall C. can D. must 20. — Are you cleaning my room, Lily? — ______. I can’t bear seeing your room in a mess! A. I can’t help it B. Not at all C. You are clever D. No chance 第二节: 完形填空(共20小题;每小题1分,满分20分) 阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从21~40各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出选项,并在答题纸上将该选项标号涂黑。 The little stream in the green forest flowed past and the beautiful wild flowers surrounded the small house there. All of a sudden, a deer raced into the yard, where a little boy was 21 . The deer caught the boy’s 22 with its antlers (鹿角). This scared the little boy so much that he 23 a loud cry which brought his mother 24 out to see what was the matter. She came out just in time to 25 the deer running off towards the mountains with her little boy. The boy’s mother was greatly 26 ! She ran after the deer as fast as she could, and not too far away, she found her little boy sitting 27 on the grass. When he saw his mother, the little boy laughed and reached out his arms to her. His mother lifted him up and 28 him tightly. She was so happy that she 29 . She hurried back to their home with her precious son. When she got there, she stopped dead in her tracks, 30 at what she saw. The huge tree behind their house had fallen over 31 she was out running after the deer to save her son. The whole house was destroyed under its great 32 . Then the little boy’s mother 33 the day about a year before when a deer 34 from a hunter had run into her house. She felt sorry for the frightened deer, so she covered it with some clothes, 35 it with some fresh grass and let it return to the forest later. The deer seemed to 36 that she had saved its life, because as it left, it kept bending its head to her, as if thanking her for her 37 . She never imagined that the deer 38 remember her kindness. The deer 39 knew the tree was going to fall and hurt her, so it came back to show its 40 . When the boy’s mother thought of all this, she said, “Saving the life of another is the same as saving your own life.” 21. A. sleeping B. crying C. playing D. working 22. A. head B. clothing C. hands D. body 23. A. let out B. brought out C. made out D. put out 24. A. walking B. moving C. jumping D. running 25. A. know B. recognize C. realize D. see 26. A. surprised B. frightened C. excited D. touched 27. A. safely B. painfully C. alone D. freely 28. A. kissed B. kept C. held D. took 29. A. laughed B. waited C. left D. cried 30. A. sorry B. interested C. amazed D. amused 31. A. while B. before C. after D. because 32. A. power B. shape C. height D. weight 33. A. missed B. remembered C. mentioned D. learnt 34. A. suffering B. dying C. escaping D. running 35. A. fed B. sent C. helped D. left 36. A. remember B. recognize C. notice D. understand 37. A. clothes B. grass C. mercy D. entertainment 38. A. might B. could C. will D. must 39. A. somehow B. hopefully C. suddenly D. anyway 40. A. wisdom B. thankfulness C. kindness D. love第二部分:阅读理解(共25小题,每题2分,满分50分) 第一节: 阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 A It was in October. I was aimlessly wandering down the street, heading into a most gloriously beautiful sunset. I had an urge to speak to someone on the street to share that beauty, but it seemed everyone was in a hurry. I took the next-best action. Quickly I ducked into a department store and asked the lady behind the counter if she could come outside for just a minute. She looked at me as though I were from some other planet. She hesitated, and then seemingly against her better judgment, she moved toward the door. When she got outside I said to her, “Just look at that sunset! Nobody out here was looking at it and I just had to share it with someone.” For a few seconds we just looked. Then I said, “God is in his heaven and all is right with the world.” I thanked her for coming out to see it; she went back inside and I left. It felt good to share the beauty. Four years later my situation changed greatly. I came to the end of a twenty-year marriage. I was alone and on my own for the first time in my life. I lived in a trailer park which, at the time, I considered a real come-down, and I had to do my wash in the community laundry room. One day, while my clothes were going around, I picked up a magazine and read an article about a woman who had been in similar circumstances. She had come to the end of a marriage, moved to a strange community, and the only job she could find was one she disliked: clothing sales in a department store. Then something that happened to her changed everything. She said a woman came into her department store and asked her to step outside to look at a sunset. The stranger had said, “God is in his heaven and all is right with the world,” and she had realized the truth in that statement. From that moment on, she turned her life around. 41. The author asked the woman to go outside to ______. A. admire the sunset B. cheer her up C. offer some help D. have a chat 42. Four years later, the author ______. A. found her dream job B. put an end to her marriage C. worked in a laundry room D. lived in the same community 43. After reading the article in the magazine, the author was probably ______. A. disappointed B. puzzled C. inspired D. overjoyed 44. Which of the following shows the right order of what happened? a. I shared a few words and beautiful sunset with the woman. b. The woman I met years ago got into frustration after divorce. c. I got divorced and felt lost in my life. d. I came across a beautiful sunset but had no one to share with. e. The woman felt astonished by the invitation from a stranger. f. I recognized the woman I met before in the magazine. A. b, d, e, f, a, c B. d, e, a, c, f, b C. d, e, a, f, b, c D. b, d, e, a, c, f 45. What can be the best title for the passage? A. Sharing Beauty B. Never give up C. Beauty of Life D. An Unforgettable experience B Bookie’s, the campus bookstore is located at the Campus Activity Centre, main floor. Bookie’s is the only place in Kamloops to buy your course textbooks. There is a booklist in the bookstore listing the books required for each course. If you need help in finding your course textbooks, ask any of the staff in the bookstore. There are more than just textbooks at bookie’s. They carry a wide variety of stationary, art supplies and gift items. You can also buy telephone cards, postage stamps and bus passes. You must show your student card to get a discount for the bus passes. TEXTBOOK RETURNS 1) Do I need my receipt to return books? Yes. 2) How long do I have to return books? Books purchased must be returned within ten working days of the date of the purchase. 3) What if I wrote my name in the book? Unfortunately, we can not give you a full refund for books not in mint condition as publishers will not accept this for credit. 4) What happens if I miss the last day for return? We may purchase the text book as “used” in accordance with our Buyback program. 5) What if I discover that my book has missing pages half way through the semester? We will replace the defective books, new or used, for a like copy of that title. Cash refunds are not given for defective books returned outside the normal return dates. BUYBACKS 1) What books do you buy back? We buy back all current edition textbooks. If we do not use them at UCC, we buy them back according to the value established in the North American marketplace. 2) How much do I get for my books? If bookie’s is buying the book for use at UCC, you will receive 50% of the current new retail price. In order to receive optimum buyback price, discs and supplements must accompany the book. 3) What happens to the books that I sell? Books for bookie’s are processed by our staff and sold to students at 75% of the new retail price. 4) What condition do my books need to be in? Books should be in good condition, meaning that the cover is still attached and all pages intact. Notes and markings on the pages of the books are perfectly fine. Workbooks and study guides are generally not purchased back unless they are free of all markings. No sales receipt is required for these books. BOOKSTORE HOURS Monday–Thursday 9:00am–6:00pm Friday 9:00am–5:00pm Saturday and Sunday Closed46. The intended readers of this passage are ______. A. book dealers B. university students C. publishers D. campus staff 47. The underlined word “defective” can best be replaced by ______. A. latest B. perfect C. brand-new D. incomplete 48. Bookie’s will not buy back your used textbook if ______. A. the cover of the book is missing B. there are markings and notes on the pages C. you have lost the sales receipt D. you miss the last day for return 49. Which of the following is NOT TRUE according to the passage? A. Bookie’s is a place for students to buy their course textbooks. B. Student cards are needed to get a discount for the textbooks. C. Books bought in bookie’s should be returned within ten working days. D. Books bought back are processed by the staff and sold to students. 50. The items which can be bought back don’t include ______. A. textbooks with markings B. workbooks with markings C. textbooks with covers and all pages D. study guides free of markings C Man is a land animal, but he is also closely tied to the sea. Throughout history the sea has served the needs of man. The sea has provided man with food and a convenient way to travel to many parts of the world. Today, nearly two-thirds of the world’s population lives within 80 kilometers of the sea coast. In the modern technological world, the sea offers many resources to help mankind survive. Resources on land are beginning to be used up. The sea, however, still can be expected to supply many of man’s needs. The list of riches of the sea yet to be developed by man’s technology is impressive. Oil and gas explorations have been carried out for nearly 30 years. Valuable amounts of minerals exist on the ocean floor ready to be developed. Fish farming promises to be a good way to produce large quantities of food. The culture of fish and shellfish is an ancient skill practiced in the past mainly by eastern people. Besides oil and gas, the sea may offer new sources of energy. Experts believe that the warm temperature of the ocean can be used in a way similar to the steam in a steamship. Ocean and waves offer possible use as a source of energy. Technology is enabling man to explore even more deeply under the sea. The development of strong, new materials has made this possible. The technology to harvest the sea continues to improve. Experts believe that by the year 2020 the problems that prevent us from exploiting fully the food, minerals, and energy sources of the sea will be largely solved. 51. Which of the following are the types of resources that sea offer man? A. fish, shellfish and oil B. food, gas and oil C. warm temperature and ocean currents D. food, energy sources and minerals 52. How can the warm temperature of the ocean be used as a possible source of energy? A. It can be used as a huge air-conditioner to warm the ship. B. It can work in a way similar to the steam in a steamboat. C. The heat of the warm ocean can be transported to factories. D. The heat of the warm ocean can be stored and delivered. 53. We can conclude from this passage that ______. A. the sea resources have largely been used up B. the sea in the broad sense, has not yet been developed C. the problems stopping us from developing the sea have been solved D. modern technology is good enough to exploit all the sea resources 54. The following statements are true except ______. A. Over half of the world’s population lives within 80 kilometers of the sea coast. B. Resources on land are used up while the sea still can be developed to supply man’s needs. C. Oil and gas explorations have been carried out for nearly 30 years. D. Previously, fishing is an old skill practiced mainly by eastern people. 55. The best title for this passage is ______. A. Harvesting the sea with technology B. Supplying Sea Food C. Technology for Developing the Sea D. Man and the Sea D The word proactivity is fairly common in management literature, but you won’t find it in the dictionary. It means that as a human being you take responsibility for your own life. Look at the word responsibility: ability to choose your response, response-ability. Effective people are proactive because they take responsibility. Their behavior is a product of their own decisions, based on values, rather than being a product of their own conditions, based on feelings. For instance, you are planning a picnic with your family. You’re excited. You have all the preparations. You’ve decided where to go, and then it becomes stormy, killing your plan. Proactive people carry weather within them. They realize what their purpose really was, and they creatively have a picnic elsewhere even if it’s in their own basement with some special games, and make the best of that situation. The opposite of being proactive is to be reactive. Reactive people would say, “What’s the use?” “We can’t do anything.” “Oh, this is so upsetting after all of our preparations and arrangements.” They try to persuade the people around them and usually the picnic will be cancelled. Being proactive is really just being true to your human nature. Your basic nature is to act, and not to be acted upon. That’s true, despite widely accepted theories of determinism (宿命论) used to explain human nature. Determinism says that you don’t really choose anything and that what you call choices are nothing more than automatic responses to outside conditions. The language of reactive people is like: “I can’t.” “Don’t have time.” “I have to.” “I must.” The whole spirit of that language is the transfer of responsibility. They think things are determined by their environment, or by their conditions or their genetic (基因的) makeup. Psychologically, people who believe they are determined will produce the evidence to support the belief, and they increasingly feel victimized and out of control. They’re not in charge of their life at all. On the contrary, a proactive person exercises free will, the freedom to choose the response that best applies to his values. In that way, he gains control over the circumstances, rather than being controlled by them. 56. According to the passage, a proactive person’s behavior can result from ______. A. the environment B. an inner belief C. the genetic makeup D. a temporary feeling 57. When a picnic plan is threatened by a sudden storm, reactive people will probably ______. A. have the picnic as planned B. make the best of the picnic C. complain and give up the picnic D. find somewhere else for the picnic 58. What does “carry weather within them” in the second paragraph probably mean? A. Manage to improve the weather. B. Give in to the weather passively. C. Stress the influence of the weather. D. Find a solution to the weather problem. 59. The characteristics which can describe what a proactive person is like could be ______. A. independent, cautious, flexible B. flexible, confident, sensitive C. independent, active, confident D. generous, responsible, determined 60. It can be concluded from the passage that determinists ______. A. accept things passively B. are in charge of themselves C. are similar to proactive people D. respond to outside conditions actively 第二节: 下面文章中有5处(第61~65题)需要添加小标题。请从以下选项(A、B、C、D、E和F)中选出符合各段意思的小标题,并在答题纸上将相应选项的标号涂黑。选项中有一项是多余选项。 A. Study your industry. B. Avoid common mistakes. C. Don’t overwork yourself. D. Get to know your boss better. E. Improve your communication skills. F. Always come to the table with a solution. With a new year approaching, many people have an “out with the old and in with the new” mentality — and work is usually a big part of that. If you’re feeling that way, here are several tips that can help you become better at your job in 2015.

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