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湖北2018年成人学位英语考试预测试题及答案一

  • 年       份:2018 年
  • 类       型:预测试题
  • 合格分数:0 分
  • 总       分:100 分
  • 作       答:120 分钟
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Vocabulary and Structure Directions: In this part there are 20 incomplete sentences. For each sentence there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. Choose the ONE answer that best completes the sentence. Then mark the corre-sponding letter on the ANSWER SHEET with a single line through the centre.

1 We shall have an opportunity to exchange ___________ tomorrow.
A.voicesB.viewsC.visionsD.minds

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2The volcano that raised the islands are still __________ places.
A.inactiveB.enormousC.energeticD.lively

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3___________ do it myself than try to persuade such a silly fellow like him.
A.I' d likeB.I' d ratherC.I' d betterD.I' d like to

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Reading Comprehension Directions: There are 4 passages in this part. Each of the passages is followed by 5 questions or unfin-ished statements. For each of them there are 4 choices marked A, B, C and D. Choose the best one and mark your answer on the ANSWER SHEET with a single line through the centre.

4根据下面资料,回答4-23题
The city has always been an engine of intellectual life, from the 18th-century cafes of Lon-don, where citizens gathered to discuss chemistry and politics, to the Left Bank bars of modem Paris, where Picasso talked about modem art. Without the metropolis, we might not have had the great art of Shakespeare.
And yet, city life isn' t easy. Now scientists have begun to examine how the city affects the brain, and the results are depressing. Just being in an urban environment, they have found, im-pairs(损害) our basic mental processes. After spending a few minutes on a crowded city street,the brain is less able to hold things in memory, and suffers from reduced self-control. While it' s long been recognized that city life is exhausting, this new research suggests that cities actually dull our thinking, sometimes dramatically so.
One of the main forces at work is a complete lack of nature, which is surprisingly beneficial for the brain. Studies have demonstrated, for instance, that hospital patients recover more quickly when they can see trees from their windows, and that women living in public housing are better able to focus when their apartments overlook a lawn. Even these glimpses of nature improve brain performance, it seems, because they provide a mental break from the urban life.
This research arrives just as humans cross an important milestone(里程碑). For the first time in history, the majority of people live in cities. Instead of inhabiting wide-open spaces, we' re crowded into concrete jungles, surrounded by traffic and millions of strangers. In recent years, it' s become clear that such unnatural surroundings have important implications for our mental and phys-ical health, and can powerfully alter how we think.
This research is also leading some scientists to dabble( 涉足 ) in urban design, as they look for ways to make the city less damaging to the brain. The good news is that even slight alterations,such as planting more trees in the inner city or creating urban parks with a greater variety of plants, can significantly reduce the negative side effects of city life. The mind needs nature, and even a lit-tle bit can be a big help.
{TS} Which of the following is the main idea of this passage?
A.The city inspires talented people.B.The city hurts your brain.C.The city has many pleasures and benefits.D.The city seriously affects the natural balance.

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5The word "metropolis" in the first paragraph is closest in meaning to__________.
A.citizenB.natureC.cityD.stress

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6People have just come to realize that__________.
A.human attention is a scarce resourceB.city life can make people very tiredC.the city is an engine of intellectual lifeD.an urban environment is damaging to the brain

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Cloze Directions: There are 10 blanks in the following passage, and for each blank there are 4 choices marked A, B, C and D at the end of the passage. You should choose ONE answer that best fits into the passage. Then mark the corresponding letter on the ANSWER SHEET with a single line through the centre.

7根据下面资料,回答7-16题
Everyone seems to know that grandma' s cookies taste better because they' re made with love.
But is that really (41) ? A researcher from Maryland University devised experiments that put it to the (42.
In the first experiment, people were given candy with a note attached. One note read: "I (43) this just for you. Hope it makes you happy. " A second note read: "Whatever. I don' t care.. I just took it randomly. "(44) the people tested, the candy that came with the former tas-ted better and sweeter.
In the second experiment, people sat in a chair with an electric massage (按摩) device that was either (45) by a real human being or a computer. The massages were(46), but people got more pleasure from the massages operated by a human. The massages operated by the computer weren't viewed as (47).
These simple experiments show how good intentions can (48) to life: food tastes better and pleasure is more pleasant. And it doesn' t,even (49 if the intentions actually exist--it' s the per-ception (50) they' re there that' s important. The general message is that trusting in people' s good intentions makes for a happier life.
{TS}第(41)题答案选
A.fineB.seriousC.strangeD.true

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8第(42)题答案选
A.thoughtB.testC.proofD.question

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9第(43)题答案选
A.likedB.meantC.pickedD.carried

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