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东北大学15春学期《大学英语(二)》在线作业2答案辅导资料

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一、单选题(共 25 道试题,共 50 分。)V 1.  
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Would you mind ___ me how ____English words?
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A.
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D. to tell,remember4 E# P/ v7 E3 `, r# a. c4 A" ^' ?
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-- The shop is ________ on Saturday and Monday.
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2 T9 J( o: J6 W7 E" [-- I see. I'll go here on Monday then.4 i* l- s  @) C% x

2 }5 }2 j" l/ W/ `A. open
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D. closed
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4.  They had a party in honor         their victory./ Q+ z8 s2 K! I. N& T
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* ]! c  s( t$ @3 v! }2 r8 ?5.  Applicants will be called to have a(n)_____ .
2 M' P9 v! B. c8 A/ T3 r6 z, {A. interference# H5 o7 v4 z: n0 Q" p, D
B. interpretation7 k0 B8 U5 P+ T* P; z
C. interruption
5 }  s4 [) @1 ~D. interview
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6.  _________ the earth to be flat, many feared that Columbus would fall off the edge of the earth.1 p' O6 i) z8 G- |
A. having believed
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# t$ o, g* j! k& [/ p; lC. believed
/ S+ I& P$ H$ {. M$ D2 w& qD. being believed
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This TV set is too loud, will you please _________?6 C/ E. H9 I4 X  s+ J5 m$ u. Y" F
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turn down it
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C. to turn it down, }$ r5 M2 E+ n/ l6 s: G
D. to turn down it
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* O/ s; `$ G+ h/ d6 g--_______.
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--I'm suffering from a stomachache.
8 b* |% S1 ^1 i( J6 gA. Are you feeling better?
) ]& Q; b1 x; T# C- y( o0 p# ^B. Why are you here?6 i1 ]" }: Y9 c
C. Are you pleased?* ~& G9 e5 C% w1 n  z) p4 E
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9.  _____ a thorough investigation, no trace of Dr Southwell has been found.+ x9 P" x; ^1 h
A. Besides6 A4 K- s/ a0 O' R/ j; ~2 ?( r
B. Except
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A. stole
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  M. @: |) E! v6 s* wC. stealing
3 g7 \" p( Y) Z* VD. being stealing
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11.  On average, a successful lawyer has to talk to several ______ a day.. c% q+ z2 ?) B
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B. supporters
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D. clients
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I got up ______ six ______ the morning _____ July 12th., ~) K& d5 g5 H  i% D0 \

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B. in,on,at
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/ }% [& g. q! W8 ?7 \, v7 dHe said that he would go to London ________.' t# F) i( c+ e" d- _# i/ _( u

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the next month
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C. the month before
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5 n) l3 C# S3 D- s" B1 U: GHe learned how to use sign language to ________ with deaf customers.. e1 l3 j9 R8 i/ P" w
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contact2 n- i* b0 ]( r* J4 `5 X+ c

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touch
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communicate
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15.  
# U1 Y% E" x3 V5 }2 }3 uThere are three ______ and seven _______ in the picture.
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A. deers,sheeps; V1 P" f' I2 y% [- U
B. deers,sheep
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D. deer,sheeps
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7 P$ ?# |) I6 L; m0 X  `. pWe'd better _______on the road. A car may hit us.
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B. not play
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17.  He worked _____ the lock with a nail file and finally managed to get the door open.
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C. in
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: v0 L5 N: [% @: a  \6 n! L18.  What is the correct _____for obtaining a refund?
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B. steps
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D. step
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5 x# K. z2 c5 M/ C# Q+ x  D" |) m-- Hello! Is that Mr. Wang speaking? --Yes,____________?
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A. who's that
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C. I'm speaking% c$ u- m3 \1 \8 u
D. I'm Mr. Wang
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2 j2 I6 p! V. {, {6 q+ ^20.  It is always risky             the business.
; ]+ H% P+ C: n* ?+ ?/ z# T3 m  cA. to start3 b9 _; A' Q$ F' ?; {7 O9 B" H; ^
B. starting3 ]  s% K, J$ K! ?7 R* p3 Z
C. started
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  X6 Y; q' |, Z6 }$ |; g# E6 tDon't read _______ the sun. It's bad ______ your eyes.9 q5 a. q, p% Q5 i2 |' G, ]

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B. in,to
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I'm______ happy today.
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B. quiet
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A. up
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C. off% S* B4 y, ^, m+ h
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- f. X3 A/ b; l' ]/ l( v24.  The boss asked her to take ________ of the office for a few days while he was away.
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C. duty
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25.  
: [! ?2 ~5 o3 W! e# W9 W7 }The trees must _______three times a week.
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C. be watered, N4 {7 D6 T- ~2 j# S6 C( V1 b7 U0 e
D. waters+ U5 ~5 F1 f' C
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          Mr. North looks worried this week. He always   1   good habit. He gets up early in the   2   and does some exercises before breakfast. He thought himself   3   and didn’t often go to see a doctor. But last Friday morning, when he was walking near the garden. He suddenly fell to the   __4__. There was nobody around him and a few minutes later he came back to   5  . He stood up and went back slowly. He thinks something is wrong with his   6   and sometimes it beats fast, sometimes slow now. He can’t fall   7   in the evening. And he often feels   8   when he’s at work.1 N8 S" `) X6 i1 `5 C' R

: r, W$ d; f  g  x* Y4 Y* n  `2 Z        This morning Mr. North came to the   9  . He told the doctor what happened to him. The young doctor   10   him over carefully and then said,” I’m   11   to tell you, Mr. North. The terrible disease is   12__  you. You must give up coffee if you hope to live   13  .”
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      “I don’t smoke at all.”
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B. good
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D. clever
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D. ground
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     For example, she has been learning how to exchange   4   with people. The scientists are teaching her   5   language. When she wants to be picked   6  , Washoe points up with one finger. She rubs her teeth with her finger   7   she wants to brush her teeth. This is done after every meal.
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     Washoe has also been trained to find answers to problems. Once she was put in a room with food hanging from the top. It was too high to   8  . After she thought about the problem, she got a tall box to stand   9  . The food was still too high to be reached. Washoe found a long stick. Then she climbed onto the   10  , caught the stick and  11   down the food with the stick.
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     Washoe   12   like a human, too. The scientists keep her in a fully furnished(布置好家俱的) house. After a hard   13   in the lab, she goes home. There she plays with her toys. She   14   watches television before going to bed.( l8 s' X- U3 O' L+ Y" d
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     Scientists hope to   15   more about people by studying our closest relative---the chimpanzee.
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8 ?" K* M+ t6 _" p9 ^' |三、阅读理解(共 4 道试题,共 20 分。)V 1.  , e+ c- Y2 P5 F
Some people think only school children do not agree with their parents, however, it is not true.' Y  R; i# H& B  _3 _. r0 r
Communication is a problem for parents and children of all ages. If it’s hard for you to communicate with your parents, don’t worry about it. Here are some advice for you to bridge the generation gap (代沟).
' k: q# H& K% vDon’t argue with your parents. Don’t get to your parents when you are angry. Your parents probably won’t consider your ideas if you are shouting at them. And you can’t express yourself well if you are angry. Go some place to cool off. Make sure you understand why you are unhappy. Then think about what you want to say to your parents. If you don’t think you can speak to them at the moment, try writing a letter. 5 I8 R9 y& J% ^6 _1 ?! N
Try to reach a compromise (和解). Perhaps you and your parents disagree on something. You can keep your disagreement and try your best to accept each other. Michael’s mother didn’t agree with him about buying a motorcycle. They argued over it. But they finally came to a compromise. Michael bought the motorcycle, but only drove it on certain days.4 H0 |" o/ k- k: A( V4 p/ h
Of course, your parents might refuse to compromise on something. In these situations, it is especially important to show love and respect to them. Showing respect will keep your relationship strong.: G7 s) q+ B( W5 y- T- W
Talk about your values. The values of your parents are probably different from those of your own. Tell your parents what you care about, and why. Understanding your values might help them see your purposes in life." x0 U3 w! b9 H( w
A good relationship with your parents can make you a better and happier person. It is worth having a try!7 V5 w& H) x& b
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4 D* ~2 h# ^, K- o$ Q2). How many pieces of advice does the writer give us to bridge the generation gap?/ ~) r, s0 ]: x; ]8 ^4 S7 L
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How to bridge the generation gap
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7 h; p: O) K8 f) n% ^  wWhen the Audet family turns on the lights at Blue Farm, they are using electricity that comes from cows—cow manure (粪肥), to be specific.
7 u" b) W0 w* h; s( f. bCows produce a lot of wastes. One cow can create 30 gallons of wastes each day. Now imagine the output of over 1,000 cows at Blue Farm. That’s really a big amount.
! n4 \; H1 `7 N* d, Q8 S; TWhen farmers clean their barns, they put the wastes in a big heap, and spread some of them on their fields for fertilizer(肥料). But now places like Blue Spruce Farm have a new way of using cow wastes. They use them to produce electricity.; c, i% C! G; E* f# _" D
Here’s how it works: A big machine moves back and forth cleaning the barn floor. “The cows aren’t bothered,” says Marie Audet. “They are animals of habit; they get used to it, and just lift one foot and then another to let it go by.” ( o4 r2 b) p0 F  J: i& t2 J3 q
The machine pushes the manure into a big 600-gallon tank like a small swimming pool. The tank is called a digester (化粪池) because what happens there is just like what happens inside a cow: Bacteria(细菌) get to work and continue to digest the manure.
# ]2 `# ]1 e3 G3 Q8 jMethane gas (甲烷、沼气)in the atmosphere is known as a “greenhouse” gas because it keeps heat just like a greenhouse does, causing our planet to warm up. That’s an environmental concern. But the digester has a good result. Its gas is kept and used to power electric generators (发电机).
, x$ j3 {9 @' h8 g. L4 M* VAt Blue Farm, the generators make enough electricity to power 400 homes. The Audet family sells the extra electricity they can’t use themselves.; J3 V0 s9 V: ~1 z
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When I was a teenager growing up in Russia, I wanted to leave school and have my own life. The only way I could do this was to work in the local brick factory in my town, or get married. I was nervous when I told my father I wanted to leave school. I thought he would say, " No! You are going to college. " He took me by surprise when he said, "OK. We'll go to the brick factory. "
& T/ t) @9 N4 N8 }# o# _* l4 pTwo days later, he took me to the factory. I had a very romantic idea of working in a factory. ' I had imagined everyone to be friends working together and having fun. I even imagined there would be music and singing. I guess I had watched too many movies as a teenager.
3 f0 s# r9 |' o+ K* XWhen we arrived at the factory gates, my father spoke to the guard and one minute later we were inside. My father said, "Take your time. Look around." I walked around the factory looking at the building, the workers, and listening to the noise. It was horrible. I ran back to my father and said, "I want to go home. "& h" _- |6 o; j: n4 b% P
He asked me, "What do you think of the factory?"
+ M  r6 F# y* l8 Y+ V"It's terrible," I replied.! ]  d: k# x$ a
"And marriage is even worse!" he said.
; P  ~. Y) h% Z; ?- g# H) AI went back to school the next day thinking about studying hard so I could get into a good college. I enjoyed studying English so I decided to major in languages at college. Thanks to my father and our trip to the brick factory, I now work at the United Nations and my father is very proud of me. I married a very good man and my life is much better than it would have been working in the factory!
: Q% V4 V5 S. k9 o1 B: w' y7 r. r* C1). The writer lived in_________ when she was a teenager.
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; L2 z, s  y4 E- p4 z4). After they visited the factory, the girl________.
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9 s  W/ ~" I. r, u5). The underlined word "horrible" means "_____" in Chinese.2 `, M2 e7 f% X
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     Eating out is more popular in Britain today than it has ever been. It is reported that British people spend more eating out than cooking for themselves and eating at home. It seems that many British people are becoming more and more interested in how good their food tastes, and also how healthy it is.
/ g/ @9 E* s. Q+ M6 D, m$ r8 V     However, eating out can also be expensive, so British people do not eat out every night. When having a date with friends, or having a birthday, many people like to go to a restaurant, and people often also eat in a restaurant before going to the cinema or the theater.
" Y$ u: `$ V& v! Z9 p9 h; i     As in all cultures, there are many rules of manners about eating. The knife and fork should be used in the correct way. It is also impolite to speak with your mouth full when you are eating.
9 L3 I6 S# ^1 T8 E) e1 P     Most British cities have a large collection of food as well as British food, from the very cheap to the very expensive- French, Italian, Indian, Chinese, Thai, Japanese and many, many more.
, F% Q- d9 c; j0 q  N     When people are too tired to cook after work, they often get a “takeaway”. This means that they order from a take-out restaurant by telephone, and then go to get it. Many take-out restaurants also send it to your house. All you have to do is to open the door, pay and eat!
4 P& K5 {* I0 e+ y9 a1). When do British people often eat in a restaurant?( w7 z8 O1 i2 U' Y8 V
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Before watching a movie.& F7 m% e& S+ |! K$ j/ E
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When they feel tired.
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2). Many people prefer to eat out nowadays because __________.
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eating out is cheaper than cooking at home
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people don’t like to stay at home after work
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1 B" {5 b% K3 X3). From the fourth paragraph, we can learn that _________.
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Japanese dishes are most expensive
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French food is most popular
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4). The “takeaway” is the food __________.
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you order and take out of the restaurant
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British table manners
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Best restaurants in Britain
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Best food in Britain
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