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北航12年6月课程考试《大学英语2》考核试题(随机)

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北航12年6月课程考试《大学英语2》考核试题
试卷总分:100       测试时间:--       试卷

得分:100
单选题
阅读理解



、单选题(共 20 道试题,共 40 分。)    得分

:40
1.  He underwent four( )operations in two

weeks.
A. excessive
B. extensive
C. intensive
D. successive
      满分:2  分  得分:2
2.  All the parts of this washing machine

are( ), so that it is very convenient to

replace them.
A. normalized
B. modernized
C. mechanized
D. standardized
      满分:2  分  得分:2
3.  Mother bought Ann a pair of shoes which

didn’t suit her, ( )being too large.
A. except for
B. rather than
C. apart from
D. as well as
      满分:2  分  得分:2
4.  Exercising is( ) as any to lose

unwanted weight.
A. as a good way
B. so a good way
C. as good a way
D. too good a
      满分:2  分  得分:2
5.  ____ is the firemen rescued them in face

of raging fire.
A. It touched me most
B. Most touched me
C. To touch me most
D. What touched me most
      满分:2  分  得分:2
6.  In the advanced course students must

take performance tests at monthly ( )
A. gaps
B. intervals
C. length
D. distance
      满分:2  分  得分:2
7.  He had a great desire to have a home of

his own( )he had always lived with his

parents.
A. when
B. for
C. before
D. where
      满分:2  分  得分:2
8.  It is highly desirable that a new dean

( )for this department.
A. be appointed
B. appoint
C. will be appointed
D. is appointed
      满分:2  分  得分:2
9.  ( )about the bookkeeper’s honesty,

the company asked him to resign.
A. There be some questions
B. There were some questions
C. There have been some questions
D. There being some questions
      满分:2  分  得分:2
10.  In the Spring Export Commodities Fair,

the __ of fine china attracted much

attention of customers from all over the

world.
A. succession
B. array
C. string
D. procession
      满分:2  分  得分:2
11.  I don’t think it advisable that Tim (

)to the job since he has no experience.
A. is assigned
B. will be assigned
C. be assigned
D. has been assigned
      满分:2  分  得分:2
12.  His carelessness ( )his failure in

the examination.
A. add to
B. lead to
C. in addition
D. lead-in
      满分:2  分  得分:2
13.  Her grandson is the( )of her eye.
A. pearl
B. diamond
C. orange
D. apple
      满分:2  分  得分:2
14.  Hotel rooms must be( )by noon, but

luggage may be left with the porter.
A. departed
B. abandoned
C. vacated
D. displaced
      满分:2  分  得分:2
15.  I think the chief thing that( )me

about Mr.Bush was his kindness and humor.
A. hit
B. stuck
C. beat
D. knocked
      满分:2  分  得分:2
16.  Don’t put the TV set in( )place.
A. a such warm
B. what warm a
C. how warm a
D. too warm a
      满分:2  分  得分:2
17.  I don’t doubt ( )the plan will be

well-conceived.
A. that
B. why
C. whether
D. when
      满分:2  分  得分:2
18.  ( )you have understand this rule, you

have no further difficulty.
A. Once
B. Unless
C. Only
D. Until
      满分:2  分  得分:2
19.  It’s difficult to keep up ( )these

changes in fashion.
A. within
B. in
C. at
D. with
      满分:2  分  得分:2
20.  It is often easier to make a promise

than to( ).
A. keep it out
B. give it out
C. break it out
D. carry it out
      满分:2  分  得分:2


  

  

北航12年6月课程考试《大学英语2》考核试题
试卷总分:100       测试时间:--       试卷

得分:100
单选题
阅读理解



、阅读理解(共 3 道试题,共 60 分。)    得

分:60
1.        It came as something of a surprise

when Diana, Princess of Wales, made a trip

to Angola in 2004, to support the Red

Cross's campaign for a total ban on all

anti-personnel landmines(地雷). Within hours

of arriving in Angola, television screens

around the world were filled with images of

her comforting victims injured in explosions

caused by landmines. "I knew the

statistics," she said. "But putting a face

to those figures brought the reality home to

me; like when I met Sandra, a 13- year-old

girl who had lost her leg, and people like

her."
      The Princess concluded with a simple

message: "We must stop landmines". And she

used every opportunity during her visit to

repeat this message.
      But, back in London, her views were

not shared by some members of the British

government, which refused to support a ban

on these weapons. Angry politicians launched

an attack on the Princess in the press. They

described her as "very ill-informed" and a

"loose cannon (乱放炮的人).”
      The Princess responded by brushing

aside the criticisms: "This is a distraction

we do not need. All I'm trying to do is

help."
      Opposition parties, the media and the

public immediately voiced their support for

the Princess. To make matters worse for the

government, it soon emerged that the

Princess's trip had been approved by the

Foreign Office, and that she was in fact

very well-informed about both the situation

in Angola and the British government's

policy regarding landmines. The result was a

severe embarrassment for the government.
      To try and limit the damage, the

Foreign Secretary, Malcolm Rifkidnd, claimed

that the Princess's views on landmines were

not very different from government policy,

and that it was "working towards" a

worldwide ban. The Defence Secretary,

Michael Portillo, claimed the matter was "a

misinterpretation or misunderstanding."
      For the Princess, the trip to this

war-torn country was an excellent

opportunity to use her popularity to show

the world how much destruction and suffering

landmines can cause. She said that the

experience had also given her the chance to

get closer to people and their problems.

1). Princess Diana paid a visit to Angola in

2004________ .
A. to voice her support for a total ban of

landmines
B. to clarify the British government's stand

on landmines
C. to investigate the sufferings of landmine

victims there
D. to establish her image as a friend of

landmine victims
      满分:4  分  得分:4
2). What did Diana mean when she said "...

putting a face to those figures brought the

reality home to me" (Line 5, Para.1)?
A. She just couldn't bear to meet the

landmine victims face to face.
B. The actual situation in Angola made her

feel like going back home.
C. Meeting the landmine victims in person

made her believe the statistics.
D. Seeing the pain of the victims made her

realize the seriousness of the situation.
      满分:4  分  得分:4
3). Some members of the British government

criticized Diana because_________ .
A. she was ill-informed of the government's

policy
B. they were actually opposed to banning

landmines
C. she had not consulted the government

before the visit
D. they believed that she had misinterpreted

the situation in Angola
      满分:4  分  得分:4
4). How did Diana respond to the criticisms?
A. She paid no attention to them.
B. She made more appearances on TV
C. She met the 13-year-old girl as planned.
D. She rose to argue with her opponents.
      满分:4  分  得分:4
5). What did Princess Diana think of her

visit to Angola?
A. It had caused embarrassment to the

British government.
B. It had brought her closer to the ordinary

people.
C. It had greatly promoted her popularity.
D. It had affected her relations with the

British government.
      满分:4  分  得分:4
2.        As you are students of English, it

’s very possible that you’ll be interested

in England. That’s where the language was

first spoken. But England is often called by

other names. This often confuses people and

I wonder if you know what these names mean.

So, now I would like to tell you about this

matter of names. I believe that you have

heard people use the names—England, Britain

or Great Britain. Let’s see what each of

these names means. If you look at a map of

Europe, you’ll see a group of islands—one

larger island off the northwest coast, one

smaller and many tiny ones. These make up

what is called the British Isles (不列颠群岛

). The largest island of the British Isles

is Britain. It is also called Great Britain.

The smaller island is Ireland (爱尔兰).

Britain is divided into three parts:

Scotland, Wales and England. But sometimes

the Word “England” is used instead of

“Britain”. Why so? In ancient times, what

is Britain now used to be three different

countries. People in These different

countries spoke different language. Over

many years the three countries became one.

England is the largest and richest of the

three and it has the most people. So the

English people take it for granted that

their own name stands for the whole island.  

         
      There’s another thing that confuses

people: sometimes you may hear people say “

the Untied Kingdom of Great Britain and

Northern Ireland”. That is official name of

the country. Northern Ireland is only one

sixth of the island of Ireland. The rest of

the island is an independent state, called

the Republic of Ireland. So we have the

names of “England”, “Britain”, “Great

Britain”, and “the United Kingdom of Great

Britain and Northern Ireland”. Now do you

know what each of them means?
1). English was first spoken in_______.
A. Britain
B. England
C. Great Britain
D. Ireland
      满分:4  分  得分:4
2). Britain is divided into______.
A. England, Britain, and Wales
B. England, Scotland, and Wales
C. Wales, Scotland, and Great Britain
D. Great Britain, Wales, and Scotland
      满分:4  分  得分:4
3). According to the passage, which of the

following statements is true?
A. Wales is the richest of the three
B. Scotland is the largest of the three
C. Sometimes English is used instead of

Britain
D. Britain is the only name of the largest

island of British Isles

      满分:4  分  得分:4
4). The United Kingdom of Great Britain and

Northern Ireland is______.
A. part of Britain
B. part of British Isles
C. the official name of the whole country

England
D. the largest country of all mentioned in

the passage
      满分:4  分  得分:4
5). Which of the following is an independent

country?
A. Wales
B. Scotland
C. Northern Ireland
D. The Republic of Ireland
      满分:4  分  得分:4
3.        The British National Health

Service (NHS) was set up in 1948 and was

designed to provide equal basic health care,

free of charge, for everybody in the

country. Before this time health care had to

be paid for by individuals.
      Nowadays central government is

directly responsible for the NHS although it

is administered by local health authorities.

About 83 percent of the cost of the health

service is paid for by general taxation and

the rest is met from the National Insurance

contributions paid by those in work. There

are charges for prescription and dental care

but many people, such as children, pregnant

women, pensioners, and those on Income

Support, are exempt from payment.
      Most people are registered with a

local doctor (a GP, or General Practitioner)

who is increasingly likely to be part of a

health centre which serves the community.
      As the population of Britain gets

older, the hospital service now treats more

patients than before, although patients

spend less time in hospital. NHS hospitals—

many of which were built in the nineteenth

century—provide nearly half a million beds

and have over 480, 000 medical staff. The

NHS is the biggest employer in Europe

although Britain actually spends less per

person on health care than most of her

European neighbours.
      During the 1980s there was

considerable restructuring of the Health

Service with an increased emphasis on

managerial efficiency and the privatization

of some services (for example, cleaning). At

the end of the 1980s the government

introduced proposals for further reform of

the NHS, including allowing some hospitals

to be self-governing, and encouraging GPs to

compete for patients. Patients would be able

to choose and change their family doctor

more easily and GPs would have more

financial responsibility. The political

questions continue of how much money should

be provided to support the NHS and where it

should come from.

1). We can know from the first paragraph

that ______.
A. the original aim of the NHS was to

provide equal basic health care for

everybody
B. people didn’t have to pay for health

care since the NHS was set up
C. patients were charged for receiving

health care before 1948
D. the NHS was an organization which gave

free advice to villagers
      满分:4  分  得分:4
2). What do we know about the NHS?
A. It’s managed by the central government.
B. Its cost is mainly paid for by the

National Insurance contributions.
C. It hires more people than any other unit

in Europe.
D. Fewer patients go to its hospitals than

before because they spend less on health

care.
      满分:4  分  得分:4
3). All the following statements about GPs

are true except that they ______.
A. take care of the local people’s health
B. often take part in competitions to see

who is the best
C. work under high pressure nowadays
D. have more responsibilities than before
      满分:4  分  得分:4
4). What does the underlined word “exempt”

probably mean?
A. suffering
B. different
C. prevented
D. free
      满分:4  分  得分:4
5). The biggest problem for the NHS is

______.
A. many hospitals are too old to be used
B. some services are in the charge of

individuals
C. more and more patients go to GPs for

treatment
D. there is not enough money for further

reform
      满分:4  分  得分:4


  

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