2018年华南师范大学网络教育学院入学考试大学英语备考题库

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2018年华南师范大学网络教育学院入学考试大学英语备考题库
  

2018年大学英语备考题库

一、语法和词汇
1. When did you see her? What ________ then?
A.was she doing        B.did she do           C.is she doing           D.has she hone

2. Be quiet! They ________ a meeting in the next room.
A.are having              B.have          C.were having         D.will had

3. “What will you ________ at six this evening?” “I’ll probably be having supper.”
A.do             B.doing             C.have              D.be doing

4. We ________ on it for many hours but we have not yet reached any conclusion.
A.work         B.have been working        C.are working            D.have had worked

5. We all hope you ________to the party next week.
A.to come           B.be able to come             C.come                D.will be able to come.

6. I ________ help. I can do it myself.
A.need to           B.don’t need              C.needn’t         D.need

7. Since the road is wet, ________last night.
A.it must have rained               B.it must rain
C.it must be raining                  D.it must have been raining.

8. I’ve come to ask him for the book. That’s why I ________ wait until he comes back.
A.need         B.should            C.ought to               D.have to

9. Great changes ________ in China since 1978.
A.take the place         B.took the place of           C.have taken place     D.have been taken place

10. The medicine________ cool, clean and dry.
A.must keep              B.must be kept           C.must be keep              D.must be in .

11. “Have you moved into the new house?”“Not yet. The rooms ________.”
A.are being painted           B.are painting             C.are painted              D.are being paint

12. This kind of wood ________ houses.
A.used to building            B.are used to building           
C.is used to build              D.is used to building

13. A group of ________will come to our school tomorrow.
A.Germany               B.Germans         C.German           D.Japaneses

14. That bottle is made of________.    
A.glass                B.glasses                    C.the glass                  D.a pair of glasses
15. There are ten ________ in our school.
A.woman teachers           B.women teacher
C.woman teacher             D.women teachers

16. This piece of ________ is long enough for you to make a shirt.
A.cloth                B.clothes                 C.clothing                  D.suit

17. English was taught at the beginning of ________ century in China.
A.nineteen           B.nineteenth             C.the nineteenth              D.the nineteen

18. John turned round and looked at him in ________ surprise.
A.an                          B./                             C.the                          D.a

19. We’ll leave our school in________.
A.two year and a half                     B.two years and a half
C.two and half a years             D.two and half a year

20. We’ll take ________ trip to Hangzhou tomorrow.
A.a two-days             B.a two-day             C.a two day’s                 D.a two day

21. The flowers smell ________ and look________.
A.good; beautiful                    B.good; beautifully         
C.well; beautiful                     D.well; beautifully

22. Girl students are much cleverer in our class than ________ in theirs.
A.this                  B./                    C.it                     D.those

23. This ladder is too long for this truck. We need ________ truck to carry it.
A.a small            B.the small         C.a bigger           D.a biggest

24. Alice isn’t the oldest girl in her class, but she is older than________.
A.any of the girls                            B.any other girl
C.some the other girls              D.some of the other girls

25. Will you have________ cup of tea?
A.the other                B.other                      C.an other                 D.another .

26. I don’t think there is ________ important in today’s paper.
A.something               B.nothing               C.anything                D.thing .

27. Some people like to stay at home on Sundays, but ________ like to go to the cinema.
A.another                  B.others                     C.other                             D.the other

28. “What’s in your ________ hand?”
“An orange.”
A.another                 B.the other                 C.other                    D.others

29. “________ some hot coffee now?”
“Yes, please.”
A.Do you like            B.Will you like           C.Would you like      D.Should you like

30. “________have you visited the Great Wall?”
 “Twice.”
A.How soon        B.How often            C.How many times               D.How long

31. “Would you like to watch TV or listen to the radio?”
“________.”
A.Yes, I’d like to watch TV           B.No, I do not watch TV
C.Yes, to listen to the radio            D.I’d like to watch TV

32. ________was the population in China by the end of last year?
A.How much            B.What         C.How many           D.Which

33. I hear Mary ________ back in two days.
A.comes              B.come              C.will come             D.coming .

34. He wanted to see the film very much, ________he couldn’t get a ticket.
A.but                   B.and                      C.or                    D.so

35. Can you tell me ________ is the nearest way to the station?
A.what                B.if                   C.which                     D.that

36. ________you don’t like him is none of my business.
A.What                     B.Who                C.That                D.Whether

37. Are you the boy ________ bicycle was stolen?
A.who his            B.of which the         C.his          D.whose

38. The girl________ an English song in the next room is Tom’s sister.
A.who is singing       B.is singing        C.sang         D.was singing

39. Is this the hospital ________ he worked ten years ago?
A.that           B.where            C.which              D.the one .

40. I’ll tell you ________ he told me yesterday.
A.all which          B.all what         C.that all            D.all

41. It is five days ________ we came here.
A.when        B.before           C.as             D.since

42. Tom had finished his work ________ his wife came back.
A.after         B.before             C.while               D.then

43. There was ________ much noise ________ the speaker could not make himself heard.
A.so; that           B.so; as               C.such; that                D.so; as to

44. He told us ________ story that all of us were pleased to hear it.
A.so interesting                        B.such interesting
C.such an interesting                D.so an interesting

45. The workers were busy ________ new houses throughout the winter.
A.build               B.to build            C.building               D.built

46. Is this house large enough for us________?
A.living              B.living in          C.to live             D.to live in

47. Our TV set doesn’t work. I think we’ll have it ________ tomorrow.
A.repairing          B.repair            C.repaired          D.being repaired

48. Because of my poor English I’m afraid I can’t make myself ________.
A.understand            B.be understood              C.understood            D.understanding

49. All the information about our school ________ in the book.
A.have been              B.is                     C.has                  D.are

50. Half of the money ________ your brother.
A.belong to         B.belong           C.belongs to              D.belongs

51. Not only my sister but also Mary and John ________ interested in that film.
A.am                  B.is               C.be                  D.are

52. Neither my mother nor my father ________ Japanese.
A.doesn’t teach          B.don’t teach           C.teach             D.teaches

53. Necessity is the mother of  
A.discovery         B.an idea          C.invention               D.thought

54. I   the little girl very clever.
A.hear                B.too bad           C.find                 D.make

55. I was late for work this morning because I   the first bus.
A.missed            B.caught              C.forgot            D.left

56. One should   one’s promise.
A.take                 B.do                  C.keep              D.support

57. She sang  
A.good indeed           B.well indeed             C.very good indeed          D.very well indeed


58. In England buses and cars keep to the left   of the road.
A.top            B.side               C.way                 D.corner
59. Minghua is   good progress with his English.
A.taking             B.making            C.having             D.getting

60. When we reached the office, the clock on the wall was   eight.
A.beating           B.hitting             C.striking           D.ringing
.
61. His cold was growing  
A.harder             B.worse              C.heavier            D.seriously

62. They may   the books for about two weeks.
A.borrow            B.lend                 C.keep               D.have

63. We stopped   but couldn’t   anything.
A.to hear; listen          B.listening; hear         C.to listen; hear          D.hearing; listen

64. I’m very busy, so I can’t   that problem with you for the moment.
A.discuss            B.quarrel            C.answer             D.explain

65. Police officers working on the murder have   hundreds of families.
A.asked              B.researched                     C.questioned           D.demanded

66. Thanks, it will always   me of you.
A.remember              B.remind            C.remain              D.regard

67. She was born in Japan but has now   in the United States.
A.fixed                B.stuck              C.settled                  D.housed

68. Usually carelessness   to failure.
A.leads               B.happens                 C.gets                  D.agrees .

69. Will the   of houses and land continue to increase?
A.worth              B.value               C.cost                 D.importance

70. You couldn’t   any secrets for an hour in that little town.
A.keep                B.get                  C.learn                D.hear

71. When she came home she sensed something  . Had someone got in?
A.terrible             B.unusual         C.uncomfortable        D.bad

72. I’m   a lot of experience in my job.
A.accepting               B.gaining            C.receiving         D.winning

73. It’s no   that you failed in the exam. You’re always being so careless.
A.wonder            B.trouble                 C.doubt              D.matter

74. The survey covers a representative   of the population.
A.example          B.sample            C.principle           D.principal
75. The close   are not allowed to get married.
A.relations          B.relativities              C.relatives          D.relationships

76. He was so poor that he had   than one hundred dollars.
A.no less             B.not less          C.more             D.no more

77. Don’t worry. I will make every   to help you out of trouble.
A.way          B.effort             C.means           D.method .

78. The inspector advised the old lady not to stay   in the flat for a few nights.
A.lonely             B.single              C.on her own             D.of her own

79. Human history is often compared   a long river.
A.with                 B.to            C.for                 D.along

80. Last night he wanted to give up the job, but this morning he  
A.made up his mind     B.changed his mind     C.made progress    D.grew up

81. He is leaving tomorrow. Would you like to   at the airport?
A.meet him               B.visit him           C.see him off           D.look for him

82. Rising costs make it hard to   the business.
A.carry on           B.go on            C.hold on           D.put on

83. If you have any questions, please   your hands.
A.put out            B.put up              C.put on           D.put down .

84. Would you please   a piece of paper and a pen?
A.bring out         B.give out          C.take out           D.find out

85. The teacher   the picture and started to tell the story.
A.tried on            B.pointed at            C.relied on         D.put on

86. A car is   many different parts.
A.made of           B.made from           C.made up of            D.made in

87. The parents have to   their children’s education.
A.spend               B.cost               C.pick up            D.pay for .

88. Don’t lose heart. I’ll help you   the others.
A.go over            B.catch up with              C.go up        D.run with

89. The doctor asked my father to   smoking.
A.give out          B.give away              C.give up            D.give back

90. Students should not only learn facts, but also learn how to   facts.
A.look for                 B.find out                  C.find                      D.look
91. Paul was   by his uncle after his father died.
A.brought up              B.grown up             C.held up           D.put up

92. Tom isn’t an honest student. You can’t   him for help.
A.rely on             B.ask for           C.go on with           D.talk about .

93. If a piece of ice is taken into a warm room, it will soon   water.
A.turn off           B.turn down              C.turn into          D.turn on

94. He fell down on the road and was too weak to   
A.hold up           B.get up             C.bring up          D.leave for

95. The baby often   in the middle of the night.
A.wakes up               B.brings up         C.gets up             D.picks up .

96. I know that the accident   in a small village.
A.took place        B.was taken place             C.took the place         D.was taken the place of

97. It took Dick a long time to   a book for his son at the bookstore.
A.pick up           B.pick out           C.pick off         D.pick over

98. Don’t hesitate to   me if you are in trouble.
A.turn up             B.turn to            C.turn in           D.turn out

99. The first word of a sentence should   a capital letter.
A.begin with              B.start as             C.be filled with          D.be covered with

100. The plane had already   before we got to the airport.
A.taken down           B.taken off         C.taken away             D.taken up

101. Early in the morning we   on our journey.
A.set off                     B.begin off              C.start off                  D.get off

102. The money she spent   more than 1000 dollars.
A.added             B.added to                C.added up                      D.added up to

103. If you want to see the play,   your name on this piece of paper.
A.get down               B.put down         C.take down           D.copy down

104. The experiment, though they had tried their best,   to be a failure.
A.turned up         B.turned out            C.turned in         D.turned on

105. The thief   the policeman and ran away.
A.broke out of           B.broke away from           C.broke up with         D.broke off

106.   ! There is a car coming.
A.Look forward         B.Look around         C.Look about          D.Look out
107. You have done well in your studies, I hope you can  
A.keep it up              B.keep it out             C.keep it down          D.keep it off .

108. In the past few years, Shanghai   a new look.
A.has taken on          B.has appeared          C.has turned up         D.showed

109. It’s going to rain we’d better   our tools and go indoors.
A.put down         B.put away              C.put off            D.put up

110. Last night a quarrel   between two brothers in our neighborhood.
A.broke out               B.broke up         C.broke away             D.broke in .

111. I am   selecting some short stories for your outside reading.
A.thinking of            B.thinking over         C.thinking out            D.thinking hard

112. We would rather not   Mary because she is not a trustworthy person.
A.depend for             B.rely in            C.rely for           D.rely on

113. She hasn’t much acting ability, but uses the stage as a chance to  
A.show up                 B.show off          C.show over            D.show out

114.   the fog, we should have reached Paris.
A.Because of             B.In spite of            C.In case of         D.But for

115. You can’t get to the museum   by catching No.112 bus.
A.other than              B.more than        C.better than           D.rather than

116. The doctor’s mistakes in judgment   the death of the patient.
A.resulted from         B.brought out             C.broke off             D.led to

117. Mr. Smith can’t   his wife’s death though she has been dead for a long time.
A.get over          B.get away with               C.get away          D.get off .

118. When hair is burned, it   a terrible smell.
A.pushes off              B.takes out               C.keeps out             D.gives off

119. The strong wind was   the broken window.
A.free from               B.ready for          C.sure of          D.responsible for

120. Bob has recently   tennis to provide himself with some relaxation.
A.taken in          B.taken up          C.taken with              D.taken out

121. Why don’t you   your bad habits?
A.do with           B.get rid of                      C.get off             D.get along with

122. The idea seems good, but it needs to be  
A.given out               B.tried out           C.found out            D.worked out
123. We’ve   our friendship for a long time.
A.kept on           B.kept up            C.kept out               D.kept up with

124. During the rush hour they were   in the heavy traffic.
A.held on            B.held own             C.held off          D.held up

125. Hard work can often   a lack of intelligence.
A.make for         B.make at            C.make up for          D.make out at

二、阅读理解  
1. The lady lived in a first class hotel that faced the park. Her driver called for her every morning at eleven. As he helped her into the car one Saturday morning, she noticed a man in rags (穿着破旧衣服) on a bench across the street looking attentively at the hotel with a dreamy expression on his face. He was there again the next morning—the next. It interested the lady. She told her driver to wait and crossed over to the man on the bench.
“I simply have to know,” she said, “why you keep looking at the hotel that way every morning.”
The man smiled.
“Lady,” he said, “I’m a penniless failure. I sleep on this bench when the police don’t drive me away, and I dream that some day—just once—I’m going to spend a night in that smart hotel across the way.”
The lady, feeling very pleased with herself, said, “Tonight your dream is going to be true. I’m going to pay for the best room in the house for you.”
The following morning the woman told the man to come to her breakfast table and asked, “How did you sleep?”
The man proved disappointing.
“Good Heavens, why?” she asked, “Wasn’t the bed soft and warm enough for you?”
“It wasn’t that,” he explained, “you see, down there I can dream I’m in the hotel. Here the whole night through, I kept dreaming I was back on the park bench.”
(1) A good title for this passage is   .
A.Don’t Break a Fond Dream    B.A Rich Lady   C.A Poor Man’s Dream   D.A Smart Hotel

(2) The word “smart” in this passage means   .
A.high          B.magnificent          C.big          D.comfortable

(3) When the lady asked the man to her breakfast table, it was   .
A.Monday           B.Wednesday           C.Tuesday               D.Saturday

(4) The man would rather sleep on the bench than in the hotel because   ,
A.he didn’t like the warm and soft bed                     B.he liked to sleep in the park
C.he wanted to have a good dream                            D.he couldn’t pay for it
(5) There was   between the park and the hotel.
A.a river             B.a shop             C.a forest           D.a road

2. Hundreds of years ago, a Roman army came north from England to make war on Scotland. The Scots, a brave people, loved their country very much. They fought hard to drive the enemy out of Scotland, but there were too many of the Romans. It looked as if the Romans would win.
One night, the leader of Scots marched his soldiers to the top of a hill. “We will rest here tonight, my men,” he said, “Tomorrow we will fight one more battle. We must win or we will die.”
They were all very tired. So they ate their supper quickly and fell asleep. There were four guards on duty, but they too, were very tired, and one by one, also fell asleep.
The Romans were not asleep. Quickly they gathered at the foot of the hill. Slowly they climbed up the hillside, taking care not to make a sound. Closer and closer they came to the sleeping Scots. They were almost at the top. A few minutes more, the war would be over. Suddenly, one of them put his foot on a thistle (蓟). He cried out and his sudden cry woke the Scots. In a moment, they were on their feet and ready for battle. The fighting was hard but it did not last long. The Scots wiped out the Romans and saved their country.
The thistle is not a beautiful plant. It has sharp needles all over it. Few people like it. But the people of Scotland liked it so much that they made it their national flower.

(1) Hundreds of years ago there was a war between   .
A.Roman army and North English               B.Roman army and the Scots
C.England and Scots                                    D.A brave people and the Scots

(2) At first it looked as if the Roman would win because   .
A.the Scots were not brave                           B.the Roman army was so strong
C.the Scots did not have a good leader        D.the Romans had the support from the Scottish

(3) “We must win or we will die.” What the leader of the Scots said means   .
A.they were sure to win
B.they couldn’t escape from death
C.they would win and then they would die
D.they must try hard to win, otherwise they would be killed.
(4) The Romans climbed up the hill quietly because   .
A.they didn’t want to wake the Scots
B.they wanted to reach the top
C.they wanted to catch the four guards firsts
D.they were afraid of the sharp needles of the thistle

(5) The people of Scotland made thistle their national flower because   .
A.it is a beautiful plant
B.it is fresh and lovely
C.it had so many sharp needles all over it
D.it was the thistle that helped the Scots to win the battle

3. One morning last summer Joyce Andrews made some sausage sandwiches for her husband’s lunch. There was one sausage left over. Mrs. Andrews didn’t care for them herself, and so she gave the last one to Henry, their little dog, Henry ate it up quickly.
During the morning the dog got ill. He wouldn’t stop shaking his head, and he couldn’t stand up properly. Joyce thought, “He’s eaten something that didn’t agree with him. Maybe that sausage was bad …” She suddenly remembered her husband’s lunch. She ran to the telephone and called Jim at his office.
“Jim, I hope you haven’t eaten any of those sandwiches yet.”
“You have? Two? Well, listen—don’t eat any more. I gave Henry the last sausage, and now he’s ill. Go to the doctor, Jim.”
“What? You feel all right? No, Jim, don’t take a chance with your health. I’m sure those sausages are bad. Please go…”
“Yes, Jim. Tell him about the dog. Get some medicine.”
Jim came home at lunchtime and went to bed. “I had a very unpleasant hour at the doctor’s,” he told Joyce. “The medicine made me very sick.”
The next morning Jim was fine. Henry seemed quite fit again too. At eleven o’clock the milkman came with the milk.
“Morning, Mrs. Andrews,” the milkman said. “How’s your dog this morning? I’ve been thinking about him…”
“Have you? Well, he seems all right now, but…”
“Yesterday morning he and I had a little accident. He jumped up at me, and I dropped a bottle of milk on his head.”
(1) When Joyce was   , she gave the sausage to the dog.
A.having breakfast                                        B.preparing lunch for her husband
C.making a telephone to her husband           D.drinking a bottle of milk
(2) Joyce telephoned Jim because   .
A.she wanted him to come home to have lunch
B.Jim’s dog was badly ill
C.Jim was ill and needed to go to the hospital.
D.she thought the sausage would do harm to him

(3) Joyce’s husband   .
A.did take her advice that he should go to the hospital
B.didn’t believe her
C.knew why Henry kept shaking his head
D.didn’t eat any of those sandwiches

(4) Which of the following is true according to the passage?
A.It was the sausage that made Henry ill.
B.Jim ate only two sandwiches, so he was quite all right.
C.The milkman explained Henry’s illness.
D.Jim felt very unpleasant because of her wife’s telephone.

(5) “Don’t take a chance with your health.” means “  .”
A.Do take care of your health
B.If you catch every chance, you will be lucky
C.Chances can bring us good health
D.Don’t worry about your health no matter what happens

4. Tom Smith was a writer. He wrote detective stories for magazines. One evening he could not find an end for a story. He sat with his typewriter in front of him. But he had no idea. So he decided to go to the cinema.
When he came back, he found that he had a visitor. Someone had broken into his house. The man had had a drink, smoked several cigarettes, and had read his story. The visitor left Tom a note:
“I have read your story and I don’t think much of it. Please read my suggestions and then you can finish it. By the way, I am a thief. I’m not going to steal anything tonight. But if you become a successful writer, I’ll return!”
Tom read the man’s suggestions. Then he sat down and wrote the rest of the story. He is still not a successful writer. And he is waiting for the man to return. Before he goes out in the evening, he always leaves a half-finished story near his typewriter.

(1) Tom Smith wrote about  .
A.animals            B.policemen            C.children          D.soldiers

(2) Tom went to the cinema because  .
A.he wanted to meet a visitor                B.he hoped to get ideas
C.he was feeling tired                            D.he could not finish a story

(3) The man broke into Tom’s house in order to  .
A.have a drink           B.visit Tom          C.steal something              D.read Tom’s story.

(4) With the help of the thief’s suggestions, Tom   .
A.because a successful                    B.could finish writing the story
C.could find the thief                            D.could write many stories.

(5) Tom is waiting for the thief to return   .
A.to meet him                                 B.to give some money
C.to give him some more ideas       D.to read his story

5. Once every 30 seconds there is an earthquake. But don’t worry because most are so weak that they cannot be felt. Only a few hurt people.
But many earthquakes happen in China, so it is important to know what to do when one hits. In Japan, children are given lessons on earthquake safety because many happen there. Here are the National Earthquake Bureau’s (国家地震局) top tips on how to stay safely in an earthquake.
● If you are indoors during an earthquake, hide under a desk. Stay away from windows and anything that could fall on you.
● If you are outdoors, try to move away from buildings and streetlights. These could fall on you.
● If you are in a shop and far from the door, do not run outside. Everyone will be doing that and you will find it hard to get out. Hide under a desk, don’t get into a lift during an earthquake.
● When an earthquake has ended, be careful because aftershocks may still happen. These are just as dangerous as the earthquake itself, so stay under the desk until you really think it is safe to get up.
● If you are at home and you smell gas, open a window and get out of the building quickly. A gas line in your house may be broken. This could be very dangerous.
● Make sure you wear shoes after an earthquake. There may be broken glass on the ground.

(1) What do you know about earthquakes after reading the passage?
A.They happen very often on the earth.                     B.Most of them happen in China.
C.They usually last thirty seconds.                      D.Many of them can hurt people.

(2) The words “top tips” in the second passage mean   .
A.things we want to know                    B.what to do at once
C.very interesting news                         D.very important information

(3) We mustn’t try to get out if we are in a shop when an earthquake happens because   .
A.it’s more dangerous outside               B.we may lost our way
C.people may hurt each other                D.the door will fall on as

(4) When an earthquake ends, we should stay where we are because   .
A.aftershocks may still happen              B.moving people are hurt more easily
C.we need a good rest there                  D.anything moving will bring aftershocks

(5) On the whole, the most important thing during an earthquake is   .
A.to stay where you are as long as possible
B.to be careful with everything we do
C.to keep away from glass on the ground
D.to run outside as quickly as possible

6. There was something wrong with Mrs. Black’s skin that always gave her a lot of trouble. So one day she went to see her doctor. However, he could not find anything wrong with her. Then he sent her to the local(当地的)hospital for tests. And soon the hospital sent the results of the tests to Mrs. Black’s doctor. The next morning, the doctor telephoned her to give her a list of things that he thought she should not eat, as any of them might be the cause of her skin trouble.
Mrs. Black carefully wrote down all the things on a piece of paper. Then she left it beside the telephone and went to a ladies’ meeting.
Two hours later she got back home. And she found her husband was waiting for her. There was a big basket full of packages beside him. When he saw her, he said, “Hi, dear. I have done all your shopping for you.”
“Done all my shopping?” she asked in surprise, “But how did you know what I wanted?”
“Well, when I got home, I found your shopping list beside the telephone,” answered her husband, “So I went to the shops and bought all the things you had written down.”
“Oh, my dear! You have bought all the things the doctor did not allow me to eat.” said Mrs. Black.

(1) Mrs. Black was having a lot of trouble with her   .
A.lungs                B.heart                     C.skin                 D.eyes

(2) After he got the results of the tests, Mrs. Black’s doctor suggested that she should   .
A.have more rest                                                         B.do more exercises
C.pay more attention to her food and drink               D.go to the local hospital again

(3) After she had hung up, she   .
A.went out to a meeting                 B.went out for a walk
C.went to the shops                        D.phoned her husband.

(4) When she got home,  .
A.she found her husband waiting for her                   B.she couldn’t find her shopping list
C.her husband had done all her shopping for her       D.both A and C

(5) Mr. Black bought all the things that   .
A.her wife didn’t want to eat                              B.her wife wanted to buy
C.the doctor asked Mrs. Black to eat                  D.the doctor didn’t allow Mrs. Black to eat

7. Hank Stram was on vacation traveling through Europe by train with his two children, Tina and Max. Their seats were in the last carriage(车厢)of the train.
After they had eaten their lunch, Hank got up. “I’m just going down to the dining car to get a coffee. I’ll be back soon. We won’t get to the station till five this afternoon.”
The dining car was near the front of the train. As the train was traveling fast and moving from side to side, Hank decided to drink his coffee there and not to carry it back to his seat. Soon he got talking to another person who happened to be from America, too. They found that they had a lot in common and got on well. There was an announcement in German when the train started moving again. But Hank paid no attention.
Finally they said goodbye to each other and Hank started to walk through the carriages when he found he couldn’t go on further. He was in the last carriage!
Meanwhile, his children were enjoying their trip. They looked out of the window and talked happily. They thought their father was on the same train. At about three o’clock, Tina decided to see what their dad was up to. But when she went through just a few carriages, she found herself at the front of the train. Finally she discovered the truth. The train had divided in the station where they had stopped. The front part was going to Frankfort and the other part was going to Bonn. Then they knew they had lost their dad.
At five o’clock their train stopped in Bonn Station. But Hank was not with them. Where was he?

(1) Where were Hank and his two children traveling to?
A.Frankfort                      B.Bonn               C.Berlin              D.Europe

(2) Why did Hank leave his children?
A.He was going go get himself a coffee.
B.He was going to have lunch in the dining car.
C.He wanted to have a talk with somebody else.
D.He was going to buy his children each a coffee.

(3) Why didn’t Hank get back to his seat immediately after the announcement?
A.It was too noisy in the dining car and Hank couldn’t hear a single word of the announcement.
B.He didn’t know German.
C.He was having his coffee.
D.He didn’t pay any attention to the announcement.

(4) When did the two children realize that they had lost their dad?
A.When the train stopped in a station.                             
B.Two hours after their father left them.
C.By the time the train stopped in Bonn Station.            
D.After they found the train had divided.
.
(5) From the passage we can conclude that Hank   .
A.went home alone                         B.was in Bonn with his children
C.was in Frankfort                          D.was still drinking coffee in the dining car

8. Macao is only forty miles from Hong Kong and it is easy to reach. You can get there by sea. It is an interesting place and it has a long history. Macao is part of China and most people living there are Chinese.
The first Europeans to go to Macao came from Portugal. More than four hundred years ago the Portuguese went there to trade with China. Some settled and made their homes there. They built strong forts to guard the city and the harbor. They also built churches, schools, hospitals and other places. Slowly the city grew. People from many countries came to live and work in Macao.
Today many people visit Macao, some only go there to watch dog-racing or motor-racing or to gamble with their money. But Macao is a quiet and peaceful place. It is pleasant just to walk around and look at the old buildings and forts. You feel you are back in the old days. Of course, some of the buildings are now in ruins (废墟). The Church of St. Paul has only the front wall with many steps leading up to it. But it is still interesting to see.
When you are hot and tired, there are small cool gardens to rest in. When you are hungry, there are good restaurants with many kinds of food. Nearby are some islands, which are also nice to visit and are easy to get to. There is certainly a lot to see and to do in Macao.

(1) Macao is easy to get to because   .
A.it is part of China and most people there are Chinese.
B.it is an interesting place
C.it is very fast and cheap by sea
D.it is not far away from Hong Kong

(2) Which of the following is NOT TRUE?
A.The Portuguese were the first Europeans to go to Macao.
B.Some Portuguese settled in Macao and made their homes nearly half a century ago.
C.The city Macao grew slowly.
D.People there put up strong forts to defend the city.

(3) You feel in Macao you are back in the old days because   .
A.some of the buildings are now in ruins
B.you can watch dog-racing or motor-racing
C.you go about and look at the old buildings and forts with pleasure
D.it is a peaceful place

(4) Where will you have a break when you feel worn out?
A.In good restaurants.                    B.In small cool gardens.
C.On some islands.                         D.In beautiful parks.

(5) The writer’s idea seems to be that   .
A.people from many countries came to live and work in Macao
B.the Portuguese were willing to do business in China
C.people in Macao serve good food
D.Macao is a quiet and peaceful place with a lot to see and to do



三、完型填空

1. Who says honesty is dead? Last Tuesday morning Alan Reed, a student at Claremont college here, was getting  1  money out of the bank. He wanted to have 50 dollars and the teller(银行出纳员)  2  him five twenties instead of five tens. For a few seconds, as Alan tells it, he wondered  3  to do. Should he give the extra money back? Keep it?  4  he kept it, he could buy several new CDs, or he could take his friend Simon to a big dinner.  5  no one would ever notice(注意). But then he  6  the teller. She was a middle-aged woman with a sweet face, and she reminded him of his mother. She had been nice to him. Then he thought that there were probably exact(精确的)  7  kept of how much money was paid out, and the  8  would probably get in trouble.  9  of all, Alan felt he would probably feel  10  about keeping the extra money. Alan gave back the money.

(1) A.less                    B.some                     C.any                          D.several
(2) A.added                B.took                      C.asked                    D.gave
(3) A.what                  B.how                    C.where                     D.when .
(4) A.So                      B.If                        C.As                          D.Since
(5) A.quickly              B.Shortly                C.Probably              D.Safely
(6) A.saw                    B.listened to           C.heard                     D.looked at
(7) A.records              B.dates                   C.photos                     D.places
(8) A.mother               B.student               C.lady                      D.man .
(9) A.Each                  B.Worst                  C.Part                       D.Best
(10) A.excited            B.satisfied              C.happy                     D.guilty

2. Professor Green, known to the world as a scientist, is not only absent-minded but short-sighted as well. His mind is always busy 1 scientific problems and he seldom notices what is going on around him.
One fine day recently, he went for a walk in the countryside, but as usual he had a book in his hand, and had no sooner set out for his walk 2 he became absorbed(吸引住)in reading. He hadn’t gone far when he bumped into a big cow and fell down. In the fall, he had lost his glasses, without which he couldn’t see. He thought he had his head 3 a fat lady. “I’m sorry, Madam.” he said politely before searching for his glasses. As soon as he had 4 , he realized his mistake.
5 he was fixing his mind on his book 6 and paid no attention to anything else. He had scarcely been walking for five minutes 7 he fell over again, 8 both his book and his glasses. This time he got very angry, taking his umbrella, he gave the “cow” a wild blow. Then, 9 his glasses, he realized with horror that he made a second mistake.
A large fat woman was 10 away from him in horror.

(1) A.to think            B.thinking                  C.thinking about              D.to think of
(2) A.when                 B.then                       C.that                               D.than .
(3) A.to                       B.against                   C.about                            D.onto
(4) A.put it on           B.taken them off       C.put them on                   D.taken them out
(5) A.Very quick        B.Soon                       C.Fast                              D.At once
(6) A.always               B.again                      C.usually                           D.very much .
(7) A.when                B.soon                      C.then                              D.the moment
(8) A.holding              B.getting                    C.finding                          D.losing
(9) A.after finding      B.before taking off    C.after holding                  D.before wearing.
(10) A.run                 B.to run                     C.running                         D.ran
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2018年大学英语备考题库参考答案

一、语法和词汇
1-5. AADBD       6-10. BADCB           11-15. ACBAD         16-20. ACBBB
21-25. ADCDD   26-30. CBCCC    31-35. DBCAC         36-40. CDABD
41-45. DBACC   46-50. DCCBC    51-55. DDCCA         56-60. CDBBC
61-65. BCCAC    66-70. BCABA   71-75. BBABC         76-80. DBCBB
81-85. CABCB    86-90. CDBCB    91-95. AACBA         96-100. ABBAB
101-105. ADBBB     106-110. DAABA     111-115. ADBDA           116-120. DADDB
121-125. BBBDC
 
二、阅读理解
1.ABCCD
2.BBDAD
3.BDACA
4.BDCBC
5.ADCAB
6.CCAAD
7.BADDC
8.DBCBD
 
三、完型填空
1.BDABC     DACBD
2.CDBCB     BADAC
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