一、单选题（共 30 道试题，共 60 分。）V 1. In English culture, “White” connotes( ).|
2. It's generally acknowledged that the publication of The Silent Language in 1959 by( ) marked the beginning of intercultural communication studies in the United States.
C. Edward T. Hall
D. A. Samovar
3. Intercultural communication is concerned with communication among people from different( ).
D. cultural backgrounds
4. ( )thinking refers to thinking in which images are particularly attended to.
5. Thanks giving Day is( )Thursday in November.
A. the first
B. the second
C. the third
D. the fourth
6. Language is an instrument used in the( )of thought.
7. The explanation for “to move heaven and earth to do something” is( ).
A. “to understand the nature of one's work and be competent in the performance of them”
B. “to lose the opportunity to do something”
C. “to do something without proper material”
D. “to make every effort to achieve or obtain something”
8. In its narrow sense, culture is( ).
A. whatever distinguishes one nation from all the other nations
B. the attributes of man
C. life way of a population
D. intellectual or academic development
9. The expression “ You don't seem to understand ”, can be called( )from the perspective of interpersonal communication.
A. beautiful words
B. negative words
C. redundant words
D. softening words
10. The relationship between language and culture is( ).
A. culture is part of language
B. culture is the carrier and container of culture
C. language and culture are closely related
D. language and culture are separated
11. ( )are defined as “ a class of grammatical forms used in speaking to or about a social superior.”
B. Terms of humility
12. The( )color is usually associated with celebrations and joyful occasions.
13. ( )is the communicative value an expression has in addition to the purely conceptual meaning.
A. Connotative meaning
B. Social meaning
C. Reflected meaning
D. Collective meaning
14. When you meet an American friend of yours who are just off a plane in the airport, you can greet him by saying( ).
A. You must have had a tiring journey.
B. Did you have a good trip?
C. How long did it take you to get here?
D. So you are here finally!
15. The International Association for Intercultural Communication Studies was founded in the U.S. In( ).
16. When you see an American friend having dinner, you can greet him by saying( ).
A. Hello. Have a nice dinner.
B. So, you're having dinner.
C. How much do you have for dinner?
D. How do you enjoy it?
17. Americans don't like being inquired about their choice of voting, because( ).
A. they don't want others to know about it
B. they are afraid to being murdered
C. they don't want others to support their choice of voting
D. they are not sure of their own choice of voting
18. When you want to learn about someone's family relationship with another person, you may ask( ).
A. Are you relatives?
B. Are you family members?
C. How are you called?
D. How are you related?
19. The English speaking people are direct, so( ).
A. they reason from the particular to the general, from parts to the whole, or from the small to the big
B. they reason from the general to the particular, from the whole to the part or from the big to the small
C. they prefer the information structure in which the more important information precedes the less important information
D. they prefer the information structure in which the less important information precedes the more important information
20. English is a hypotactic language and Chinese is a paratactic language because( ).
A. English has more connectives than Chinese
B. English people are analytic thinkers and Chinese people are holistic thinkers
C. the branching sentence patterns dominates in English and the linear sentence can be observed in most sentences in Chinese
D. English relies more heavily on connectives than Chinese does for sentence construction
21. In English speaking countries you usually introduce( ), not the other way round.
A. a man to a woman
B. a woman to a man
C. an old man to a young woman
D. an old woman to a young man
22. Waving good-bye is an example of( ).
23. When you form an “O” with your thumb and forefinger while stretching out the other three fingers, you mean( ).
B. Everything is OK
C. good luck
D. I'm full
24. “Love store” corresponds to( ).
25. ( )relations at the sentential level refer to construction whose components are linked through the use of conjunctions.
26. In a formal English letter of invitation( )appears first.
A. the receiver's name
B. the sender's name
C. the date on which it is prepared
D. the place in which it is prepared
27. The word “workaholic” is often used to refer to( ).
28. In the sentence “He's merely parroting what many others have said”, the word “parroting” refers to( ).
29. ( )is not the way that English speakers respond to compliments.
A. Returning the compliments
B. Expressing his happiness
C. Keeping modest
D. Expressing explicitly his agreement
30. Word( )frequently appears together with “boy” , “man” , “vessel” or “airliner”.
二、多选题（共 10 道试题，共 20 分。）V 1. Paratactic relations refer to construction which are linked through( ).
2. The most common English replies to thank are( ).
A. It is nothing
B. It is my duty
C. Not at all
D. It is my pleasure
3. Nonverbal communication can serve to( )the verbal ones.
4. When English speakers accept an invitation, they may say( ).
A. “That's very kind of you. Thank you.”
B. “That would be very nice. Thank you.”
C. “Thank you very much. I'll try to come.”
D. “I'll go if I am free.”
5. English speaking people often use( ).
A. green with envy
C. green-eyed monsters
6. When English speaking people part, they usually say( ).
B. It's nice to meet you
C. See you tomorrow
D. So long
7. “不敢当”as a response to a praise can be translated into( ).
A. It's very kind of you to say so.
B. I'm not worthy of the praise.
C. Thank you.
D. I do not deserve the praise.
8. The properties of culture are( ).
A. Culture is human specific
B. culture is general and abstract
C. Culture is a national phenomenon
D. Culture is a historical phenomenon
9. When responding to compliment“ you look very nice in this dress”, you should say( ).
A. Thank you, but it is just so so
B. No, it is quite ordinary
C. Thank you, I'm glad that you like it
D. Do you really think so? I was not sure whether it suits me
10. “黄色书刊”can be translated into( ).
A. a yellow publication
B. a filthy publication
C. a pornographic publication
D. a sexual publication
三、判断题（共 10 道试题，共 20 分。）V 1. （ ）To initiate conversation with an Englishman , you can say It's raining today, isn't it ？
2. （ ）In certain situations body action contradicts what is being said.
3. （ ）In English-speaking countries you usually first introduce a man of higher social status to one of low social status, not the other way round.
4. （ ）Given name or forename has recently replace Christian name in many English form, because religious beliefs are very much a matter of privacy.
5. （ ）In the United States, the extended family, rather than the nuclear family, is considered the family.
6. （ ）It is said that the United States represents an “anti-smell” culture.
7. （ ）When an Americans says I thought it was quite reasonable in response to your inquiry about the price of something he has just bought, you can rightly assume that he is willing to tell you its exact price.
8. （ ）When you want to learn about an American's political stand, you can ask Are you a Republican or a Democrat?
9. （ ）Whenever someone responds to the behavior or the behavior residue of another person, communication has taken place.
10. （ ）“Promises” like Why don't we get together one of these days? , though frequently made by Americans, are no commitment.
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