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导语:尊宝娱乐教育网小编为大家整理了2004年江苏省学位尊宝娱乐考试真题,希望对大家有所帮助。更多免费精彩内容,敬请关注本站。 Part Ⅰ Listening Comprehension(15minutes 15%)(共15题 略) Part II Reading Comprehension: Directions: There are some reading passages in this part. Each passage is followed by five questions. For each of them there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. You should decide on the best choice and write down the corresponding letter in the Answer Sheet. Though your parents probably meant to have your name last a lifetime, remember that when they picked it they' d hardly met you, and the hopes and dreams they cared for when they chose it may not match yours. If your name no longer seems to fit you, don't lose heart. Film stars change their names, and with some determination, you can, too. If you wish to pick up a new name, you don't need to make the change official. Under common law, all that is necessary is to start using the name of your choice. Remember, though, that you must use it everywhere-even with your mother-for it to become your legal name. Getting friends and fellow workers to call you Leach instead of Lola may be harder than any paperwork involved, but you' ll probably meet official resistance, too. (86)Be sure that no law prevents you from using the name you have chosen, unless you use it for the purpose of cheating. If the gas company tells you that you cannot get your bill under a new name, they are wrong. You don't have to show them any sort of court document. You have a right to be called by whatever name you choose. By this time, you've probably realized that changing your name is more difficult than replacing your furniture or changing your hair color, though the effect can be unusually encouraging. Don't care too much if you have to keep reminding others of your change of a new name-keep on, and your friends and lover will accept your new name. Good luck! 16. You may wish to change your name because ______. A. you are required to do so B. you don't mean to have your name last a lifetime C. you like to follow what film stars often do D. you may not like your parents' choice 17. If you wish to start using the name of your own choice, you _____. A. must get your friends to call your new name B. don't have to get permission from anybody C. must use it with your mother first D. need to be approved by the court 18. No law keeps you from using whatever name you have chosen, if only ______. A. you pick up a new name not for purpose of wrong-doing B. you can get your fellow workers to call you the new name C. the gas company agrees to get your bill under your new name D. some sort of court document is given to you 19. You may realize that changing your name _____. A. usually has good effect B. is actually asking for trouble C. is not as easy as rearranging your room D. means you have to go through some troubles 20.The purpose of the writer in writing this passage is to _____. A. show you the need of changing your name B. encourage you if you want to change your name C. tell you how easy it is to change one’s name D. list all the difficulties in changing one’s name In recent years many countries of the world have been faced with the problem of how to make their workers more productive. Some experts claim the answer is to make jobs more varied. But do more varied jobs lead to greater productivity? There is evidence to suggest that while variety certainly makes the workers life more enjoyable, it does not actually make him work harder.(87) As far as increasing productivity is concerned, then variety is not an important factor. Other experts feel that giving the worker freedom to do his job in his own way is important and there is no doubt that this is true. The problem is that this kind of freedom cannot easily be given in the modern factory with its complicated machinery which must be used in a fixed way. Thus while freedom of choice may be important, there is usually very little that can be done to create it. Another important consideration is how much each worker contributes to the product he is making. In most factories the worker sees only one small part of the product. Some car factories are now experimenting with having many small production lines rather than one large one, so that each worker contributes more to the production of the cars on his line. It would seem that not only is the degree of workers contribution an important factor, therefore, but it is also one we can do something about. To what extent more money led to greater productivity? The workers themselves certainly think this is important. But perhaps they want more money only because the work they do is so boring. Money may explain demands for shorter working hours.(88) Perhaps if we succeed in making their jobs more interesting, they will neither want more money, nor will shorter working hours be so important to them. 21. Which of these possible factors leading to greater productivity is not true? A. To make jobs more varied. B. To give the worker freedom to do his job in his own way. C. Degree of work contribution. D. Demands for longer working hours. 22. Why workers want more money? A. Because their jobs are too boring. B. In order to enjoy more spare time. C. To make their jobs more interesting. D. To demand shorter working hours. 23. The last sentence in this passage means that if we succeed in making workers jobs more interesting . A. they will want more money B. they will demand shorter working hours C. more money and shorter working hours are important factors D. more money and shorter working hours will not be so important to them 24. In this passage, the author tells us . A. how to make the workers more productive B. possible factors leading to greater efficiency C. to what extent more money lead to greater productivity D. how to make workers jobs more interesting 25. The author of this passage is probably a . A. teacher B. worker C. manager D. psychologist Laziness is a sin. everyone knows that. We have probably all had lectures pointing out that laziness is immoral, that it is wasteful,and that lazy people will never amount to anything in life. But laziness can be more harmful than that, and it is often caused by more complex reasons than the simple wish to avoid work. Some people who appear to be lazy are suffering from much more serious problems. They may be so distrustful of their fellow workers that they are unable to join in any group task for fear of being laughed at or fear of having their ideas stolen. These people who seem lazy may be deadened by a fear of failure that prevents fruitful work. Or other sorts of fantasies may prevent work:(89) some people are so busy planning, sometimes planning great deals of fantastic achievements, that they are unable to deal with whatever " lesser " work is on hand. Still other people are not avoiding work, strictly speaking; they are nearly procrastinating——rescheduling their day. Laziness can actually be helpful. Like procrastinators,some people look lazy when they are really thinking, planning, researching. We should all remember that some great scientific discoveries occurred by chance. Newton wasn't working in the orchard when the apple hit him and he devised the theory of gravity. Taking a rest can be particularly helpful to the athlete who is trying too hard or the doctor who's simply working himself overtime too many evenings at the clinic. So be careful when you' re tempted to call someone lazy. That person may be thinking, resting or planning his or her next book. 26.The main idea of this passage is that__________. A. laziness is a moral sin B. there are advantages and disadvantages in being lazy C. laziness is the sign of deep-seated emotional problems D. lazy people do more careful work 27.The passage states that_________. A. laziness is a disease B. laziness is more beneficial than harmful C. a good definition of laziness is emotional illness D. some people appear lazy because they are insecure 28.Which of the following conclusion does the passage support? A. Most of the time laziness is a virtue. B.Most assembly line workers are lazy. C.The word laziness is sometimes applied incorrectly. D. Most insecure people are lazy. 29. The italicized word ‘devised ’in the second paragraph probably means ______. A. understood B. wrote C. formulated D. proved 30. The final paragraph is . A. critical B. serious C. satirical D. humorous Amongst the most popular books being written today are those which are usually classified as science fiction(科幻小说).Hundreds of titles are published every year and are read by all kind of people. Furthermore, some of the most successful films of recent years have been based on science fiction stories. It is often thought that science fiction is a fairly new development in literature, but its ancestors(原型)can be found in books written hundreds of years ago. These books are often concerned with the presentation of some forms of ideal society, a theme which is still often found in modern stories. Most of classics of science fiction, however, have been written within the last one hundred years. Books by writers such as Jules Verne and H. G. Wells, to mention just two well – known authors, have been translated into many languages. Modern science fiction writers don’t writes about men from Mars or space adventure stories. They are more interested in predicting the results of technical developments on society and the human mind; or in imagining future worlds which are a reflection(反映)of the world which we live in now. Because of this their writing has obvious political undertones(含意). In an age where science fact frequently overtakes(超越)science fiction, the writers may find it difficult to keep ahead of scientific advances. (90)Those who are sufficiently clear – sighted to see the way we are going, however, may provide a valuable lesson on how to deal with the problems which society will inevitably face as it tries to come to terms with a continually changing view of the world. 31. Which of the following statements is NOT true? A) Science fiction is fairly new in literature. B) Science fiction is rather popular with people today. C) Science fiction often deals with some form of ideal society. D) Hundreds of books classified as science fiction are printed every year. 32. Earliest science fiction was written _____. A) one hundred years ago B) by Jules Verne and H. G. Wells C) to tell people how to imagine future worlds D) hundreds of years ago 33. Modern science fiction writers are interested in_______. A) adventures in space B) some form of ideal world C) future worlds which have nothing in common with our present society D) predicting developments in technology and their effects on society 34. In our present world, _____________________. A) science develops as fast as it is predicted by science fiction writers B) science develops faster than writers can imagine C) science fiction writers can always foresee what wonders science can do D) Only science fiction writers can see the way science is going 35. Which of the following is NOT the conclusion that we draw from this passage? A) No one knows anything about what to do with the problems we are to face. B) Sensible science fiction writers may tell us what to do in future. C)our views of the world are subject to change C) It is unbelievable that there will be problems as we try to make progress in science. PartIII Vocabulary and structure: Directions: There are 30 incomplete sentences in this part. For each sentence there are 4 choices marked A, B, C, and D. Choose the one that best completes the sentence. 36. Dictionaries, especially those most frequently used ones should be put where they will be easily . A. accessible B. applicable C. acceptable D. accidental 37. The farmers were more anxious for rain than the people in the city because they had more . A. at hand B. at large C. at ease D. at stake 38. His answer was so confusing that I could hardly make any of it at all. A. sentiment B. sense C. account D. appreciation 39. In spite of the thunderstorm , the children slept all night. A. soundly B. ignorantly C. noisily D. naturally 40. The boys has the local accent while staying with his grandparents in the south. A. saved up B. picked up C. showed up D. mixed up 41. She lost consciousness due to hunger. When she , she found herself in a hospital. A. came out B. came to C. came over D. came up 42 Living here at the top of the mountain with no one else nearby, you must be very . A. lonely B. alone C. single D. sole 43. He drove fast and arrived an hour of schedule. A. in advance B. abreast C. ahead D. in front 44. If better work gets higher pay, the workers will surely have greater to produce. A. intention B. intelligence C. influence D. incentive 45. It’s my turn on tonight , but I don’t feel at all well. A. work B. task C. duty D. obligation 46. It took the old couple a long time to the loss of their dear son. A. get over B. get through C. get across D. get round 47. The teacher said she would the students doing so much homework if they could do well in the mid-term exam. A. let down B. let alone C. let out D. let off 48. Alone in a deserted house , he was so busy with his research work than he felt lonely. A. nothing but B. anything but C. all but D. everything but 49. The report is required to be written only in few pages but with all the details. A. clearly B. precisely C. concisely D. elaborately 50. Maria missed the first bus so as to travel on the same one as Mark. A. unintentionally B. decisively C. predictably D. deliberately 51. This is not a bad thing , because we can learn a lot from it. A. in itself B. by itself C. with itself D. within itself 52. The large company is small ones by buying up their shares. A. taking off B. taking over C. taking in D. taking away 53. The heart is intelligent than the stomach , for they are both controlled by the brain. A. not so B. not much C. much more D. no more 54. I’m busy now, ask him to see me time. A. the other B. some other C. other D. another 55. The Nazi kept in their concentration camps. A. prisoner-of-wars B. prisoners-of-wars C. prisoners-of-war D. prisoner-of-wars 56. Generally speaking, the wooded houses easily. A. catch a fire B. catch fire C. catch the fire D. catch fires 57. Smith behaved so strangely today. I thought he wasn’t acting like . A. him B. he would C. himself D. he does 58. Although he is intelligent, he is lazy. A. fairly/rather B. rather/fairly C. fairly/little D. much/rather 59. She her breakfast when the morning post came. A. had B. have been having C. had been having D. was having 60. Had Alice been more hardworking, she . A. had not failed B. would not have failed C. would not fail D. could not be failed 61. I promise you see her again before long. A. will B. must C. shall D. should 62. We had half day of sunshine yesterday, a forecast of continuous rain. A. as against B. as for C. as of D. as though 63. Once a satellite into orbit rough the Earth, scientists will be able to find a great deal. A. will be put B. has been put C. would be put D. was put 64. I hear that the concert last night was very splendid. I wish that I That concert last night. A. could attend B. have attended C. attended D. could have attend 65. The agreement is a basis Hong Kong was returned to China. A. by which B. of which C. on which D. for which Part IV Cloze . Directions: There are 20 blanks in the following passage. For each blank there are 4 choices marked A, B, C and D under the passage. You should choose the one that best fits into the passage. Nonverbal communication is communication by facial expressions, hand or eye movements, hand signals and body postures. It can be 66 as important to understanding as words are. Misunderstanding-often___ 67 ___but sometimes serious-can 68 between people from different ___ 69 ___ if they misinterpret nonverbal signals. Take, for example, the differences 70 meaning of a gesture very 71 in the United States: a circle made 72 the thumb and index finger. To an American, it means that everything is OK. To a Japanese, it means that you are talking 73 money . In France, it means that something is worthless, and in Greece, it is an obscene 74 . 75 , an American could unknowingly ___76 ___a Greek by using that ___ 77 ___hand signal. The following incident___ 78 ___ how conflicting nonverbal signals can 79 serious misunderstanding. While lecturing to his poetry class at Ain Shams University in Cairo, a British professor became so ___ 80 ___ that he leaned back in his chair and revealed the bottom of his foot ___ 81 ___ the astonished class. 82 such a gesture in Moslem society is the worst kind of ___83___. The next day the Cairo newspapers 84 headlines about the student demonstration that resulted, and they denounced British arrogance and 85 that the professor be sent home. 66.A. most B. very C. more D. just 67.A. amusing B. filling C. happy D. applicable 68.A. raise B. rise C. arise D. arouse 69.A. materials B. literatures C. novels D. cultures 70.A. in B. at C. on D. about 71.A. common B. attractive C. similar D. strong 72.A. through B. using C. by D. with 73.A. about B. through C. for D. to 74.A. feeling B. gesture C. action D. movement 75.A. Nevertheless B. Therefore C. However D. Yet 76.A. offend B. object C. oppose D. invade 77.A obscure B. probable C. particular D. great 78.A. implies B. makes C. fills D. illustrate 79.A. cause B. result C. lead D. bring 80.A. reluctant B. relaxed C. respectful D. friendship 81.A. for B. to C. at D. in 82.A. Making B. Feeling C. Acting D. Moving 83.A. display B. intention C. insult D. purpose 84.A. edited B. published C. brought D. carried 85.A. wanted B. demanded C. persuaded D. took Paper Two Part V Translation(15minutes 15%) Directions: Translate the following sentences into Chinese 86.Be sure that no law prevents you from using the name you have chosen, unless you use it for the purpose of cheating. 87.As far as increasing productivity is concerned, then variety is not an important factor. 88.Perhaps if we succeed in making their jobs more interesting, they will neither want more money, nor will shorter working hours be so important to them. 89.some people are so busy planning, sometimes planning great deals of fantastic achievements, that they are unable to deal with whatever " lesser " work is on hand. 90.Those who are sufficiently clear – sighted to see the way we are going, however, may provide a valuable lesson on how to deal with the problems which society will inevitably face as it tries to come to terms with a continually changing view of the world. Part VI Writing Directions: For this part, you are allowed 25 minutes to write a composition on the topic Life can be meaningful . Your composition should cover the information provided and meet the requirements below. You are given the first sentence of each paragraph . And you are required to write a composition of no less than 100 words. 1. Life may be hard for us 2. We must have a right attitude to life 3. The real meaning of life
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