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导语:尊宝娱乐教育网小编为大家整理了2005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. A library is more than just a place where books are stored. A library is a source of information. That information may come from books (fiction, nonfiction, or reference books), from periodicals (newspapers, magazines, and journals), from audio-visual material (records, cassettes microfilm, video tapes, etc. ), or even from a computer terminal. Students go to libraries to study and to write research papers. The periodicals room of a university library is where foreign students often find newspapers and magazines from their countries. In the reference room, they can find catalogs from many universities in the U.S. and other countries. If you are buying a used car, the reference librarian can show you the Blue Book, which lists the prices of new and used cars. People who need information in a hurry can telephone the reference librarian at many libraries. (86)There are as many different library services as there are types of people who use them. Children's libraries provide materials for young readers. They sometimes have story tellers who read stories to groups of children, and a few have computers for the children to play with. Music lovers can listen to recordings of their favorite musicians in music libraries. Some libraries offer special services for blind people, such as books in Braille, "talking" books, and Kurzweil Reading Machines. Libraries provide entertainment as well as information. Novels and short stories from a library's fiction collection are a good source of enjoyable reading practice. Public libraries often sponsor lectures on topics of interest to members of the community, and a few even offer concerts and films. No matter what your interests are, you will find that a library can be a great place to enjoy yourself while you learn. 16 In libraries readers can get information from . A. computer terminal, books, periodicals, or nonfiction B. books, periodicals, audio-visual materials or video apes C. periodicals, books, audio-visual materials or a computer terminal D. materials, reference books , periodicals, audio-visual or journals 17.In the reference room of the library you can find _________. A. materials for young readers B. university catalogs C. newspapers and magazines D. the fiction collection 18. Foreign students often go to to read newspapers and magazines from their countries. A. periodical rooms B. reference rooms C. music roomsD. computer centers 19. The last sentence in the last paragraph implies that readers can. A. find entertainment and information in a library B. read both novels and short stories in a bookstore C. enjoy concerts and films in a theater D. attend many lectures at colleges 20.What is the main idea of the passage is that_____ A. There are many kinds of libraries. B. A library is a place where books are stored. C. Libraries provide entertainment. D. Libraries offer many different services. Very old people do raise moral problem for almost everyone who comes into touch with them. Their values-this can’t be repeated too often-are not necessarily our values. Physical comfort, cleanness and order are not necessarily the most important for them. The social services from time to time find themselves faced with a flat with going-bad food covered with dust on the table, and an old person lying alone on bed, taking no notice of anything. Is it doing harm to personal freedom to insist that they go to live with some of their relatives so that they might be taken better care of? Some social workers are the ones who clean up the dust, thinking we are in danger of carrying this idea of personal freedom to the point where serious risks are being taken with the health and safety of the old. Indeed, the old can be easily hurt or harmed. The body is like a car: it needs more care as it gets older. You can carry this comparison right through to the provision of spare parts. (87) But never forget that such operations are painful experiences, however good the results. And at what point should you stop treating the old body? Is it right to try to push off death by using drugs to excite the forgetful old mind and to activate the old body, knowing that there is little hope? You cannot ask doctors or scientists to decide, because so long as they can see the technical opportunities, they will feel sure to have a try on the belief that while there’s life, three’s hope. When you talk to the old people, however, you are forced to the conclusion that whether age is happy or unpleasant depends less on money or on health than it does on your ability to have fun. 21. From Paragraph 1, we can infer that ______. A. very old people enjoy living with their relatives B. social services could have nothing to do with very old people C. very old people prefer to live alone so that they can have more personal freedom D. very old people are able to keep their rooms clean 22. According to the passage, some social workers think that _______. A. health and safety are more important than personal freedom B. personal freedom is more important than health and safety C. old people should have the idea of cleaning their rooms D. one should not take risks of dealing with old people 23. In the author’s opinion, A. the human body can’t be compared to a car B. the older a person ,the more care he needs C. too much emphasis has been put on old people’s values D. physical comfort, cleanness and order are necessary to the old 24.The italicized word“it”in the last paragraph refers to _______. A. whether age is happy or unpleasant B. the conclusion you have come to C. one’s money or one’s health D. your talk to the old people 25.The author thinks that _______. A. medical decisions for the old people should be left to the doctors B. old people can enjoy a happy life only if they are very rich C. the opinion that we should try every means possible to save old people is doubtful D. it is always right to treat old people and push off death Without proper planning, tourism can cause problems. For example, too many tourists can crowd pubic places that are also enjoyed by the inhabitants of a country. If tourists create too much traffic, the inhabitants become annoyed and unhappy. They begin to dislike tourists and to treat them impolitely. They forget how much tourism can help the country’s economy. It is important to think about the people of a destination country and how tourism affects them. Tourism should help a country keep the customs and beauty that attract tourists. Tourism should also advance the well-being of local inhabitants. Too much tourism can be a problem. (88)If tourism grows too quickly, people must leave other jobs to work in the tourism industry. This means that other parts of the country’s economy can suffer. On the other hand, if there is not enough tourism, people can lose jobs. Businesses can also lose money. It costs a great deal of money to build large hotels, airports, air terminals, first-class roads, and other support facilities needed by tourist attractions. For example, a major international-class tourism hotel can cost as much as 50 thousand dollars per room to build. If this room is not used most of the time, the owners of the hotel will lose money. Building a hotel is just a beginning. There must be many support facilities as well, including roads to get to hotel, electricity, sewers to handle waste, and water. All of these support facilities cost money. If they are not used because there are not enough tourists, jobs and money are lost. 26.The world “ inhabitants” in the first paragraph means . A. tourists B. passengers C. citizens D. population 27. Too much tourism can cause all these problems EXCEPT______ A. a bad effect on other industries B. a change of tourists’ customs C. over-crowdedness of places of interest D. pressure on traffic 28.It can be inferred from the text that . A. the author doesn’t like tourism developing so fast B. local people will benefit from tourist attraction C. other parts of a country’s economy won’t benefit from tourist D. we can’t build too many support facilities 29.The author thinks it is good for local people to know that tourism will . A. waste a lot of money B. weaken their economy C. help establish their customs D. help improve their life 30. The main idea of the passage is . A. tourism burdens the local people with many problems B. tourism needs a proper planning C. tourism must be supported by building and hotels D. tourism can provide people more jobs The universities have trained the intellectual pioneers of our civilization—the priests, the lawyers, the statesmen, the doctors, the men of science, and the men of letters。 The conduct of business now requires intellectual imagination of the same type as that which in former times has mainly passed into those other occupations。 There is one great difficulty which hampers all the higher types of human endeavor。 In modern times this difficulty has even increased in its possibilities for evil。 In any large organization the younger men, who are novices, must be set to jobs which consist in carrying out fixed duties in obedience to orders。 No president of a large corporation meets his youngest employee at his office door with the offer of the most responsible job which the work of that corporation includes. The young men are set to work at a fixed routine, and only occasionally even see the president as he passes in and out of the building。 Such work is a great discipline。 It imparts knowledge, and it produces reliability of character; also it is the only work for which the young men, in that novice stage, are fit, and it is the work for which they are hired.(89)There can be no criticism of the custom, but there may be an unfortunate effect that prolonged (长久的)routine work dulls the imagination。 The way in which a university should function in the preparation for an intellectual career, such as modern business or one of the older professions, is by promoting the imaginative consideration of the various general principles underlying that career. Its students thus pass into their period of technical apprenticeship with their imaginations already practiced in connecting details with general principles. The routine then receives its meaning, and also illuminates the principles which give it that meaning. Hence, instead of a drudgery issuing in a blind rule of thumb, the properly trained man has some hope of obtaining an imagination disciplined by detailed facts and by necessary habits. Thus the proper function of a university is the imaginative acquisition of knowledge. Apart from this importance of the imagination, there is no reason why business men, and other professional men, should not pick up their facts bit by bit as they want them for particular occasions. A university is imaginative or it is nothing-at least nothing useful. 31. According the passage, is a basic requirement for work in all professions. A. imagination B. reliability of character C. discipline D. obedience to orders 32. Which of the following serves best as the title of the passage? A. Limitation of the University B. The Proper Function of the University C. Importance of Intellectual Imagination D. Absurdity of Apprenticeship Period 33. In modern times, the period of technical apprenticeship . A. may have bad effects upon the young man B. can very well train the young man C. is a root cause if many evils D. is unnecessary for the employee and the business 34. If a university is to be of any use, it should prepare the student for an intellectual career by . A. offering knowledge and developing skills B. developing student’s independence in thinking C. disciplining the students in their subject fields D. promoting the imagination in connecting details with general principles 35. What’s the “ great difficulty which gets in the way of all the higher types of human effort”? A. Prolonged and fixed routine work in the apprenticeship period B. The young employee’s seldom seeing the president of the company. C. Universities’ failure to get young people ready for future work. D. Young men having to obey orders in the early stage of their work PartIII Vocabulary and structure: Directions: There are 40 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.We learned that the next entertainment would of ballet entitled The Golden Harvest. A. consist B. insist C. resist D. assist 37. Overwork often illness. You must be careful about your health now. A. induces B. reduces C. introduces D. produces 38.We were completely when we finally reached the destination. A. worn off B. worn down C. worn out D. worn away 39.Time presses. It’s no use talking only. Let’s to some solid work. A. come down B. lay down C. get down D. look down 40.When you apply for your passport to be renewed , you have to send a Photograph. A. fresh B. present C. recent D. modern 41.The old lady was standing by an electric heater, and her nightdress fire. A. took B. caught C. started D. set 42.They will be given an opportunity to exchange next week. A. voices B. views C. visions D. minds 43.Although they had a quarrel the other day, Jim and Peter are now on friendly terms . A as well B. as soon C. as usual D. as normal 44.The engineer’s hard work and popularity led to his rise in salary and in position. A. possession B. promotion C. resolution D. regulation 45.While in London , we pay a visit to the hospital founded the nurse Florence Nightingale. A. in place of B. in honor of C. in favor of D. in line with 46.As is known to all, hot metal as it grows cooler. A. contracts B. retreats C. condenses D. compresses 47.I’m going to buy a house, modern comfortable and in a quite environment. A. before B. in all C. after all D. above all 48.Marry has great acting ,but she needs training to be a real actress. A. potential B. possibility C. probability D. productivity 49.Even with his remarkable achievement , Mary’s husband still holds a position in the local government. A. little B. minor C. tiny D. small 50. Proper can ease people’s relationship and make their conversation more pleasant. A. insult B. speeches C. compliments D. noises 51.The student was just about to the question, when suddenly he found the answer. A. arrive at B. submit to C. work out D. give up 52.Having a cup of tea while reading the newspaper is one of my favorite . A. manners B. times C. occasions D. pastimes 53. The boy is thoroughly because his parents always give him whatever he wants. A. destroyed B. spoiled C. uneducated D. wasted 54.It is not easy to the ability to speak fluent English or write idiomatic English. A. attain B. acquire C. obtain D. gain 55.When I saw Jane, I stopped and smiled, but she me and walked on. A. defied B. excluded C. missed D. ignored 56.Not only Tom but also his wife fond of watching television. A. are B. were C. be D. was 57. Whether the Army or the Navy it, it should be done soon. A. do B. will do C. to do D. does 58. great was the destruction that the South took decades to recover. A. Very B. Too C. So D. Such 59. a certain doubt among the students as to the necessity of the work. A. There existed B. It existed C. There had D. They had 60. may happen, we will not change our plan. A. No matter when B. No matter where C. No matter who D. No matter what 61.The farmer used wood to build a house to store grains. A. with which B. to which C. which D. in which 62.We were all overjoyed at the news the experiment turned out a success. A. that B. which C. this D. what 63. I intended yesterday, but I had to attend a meeting. A. to come B. to be coming C. to have come D. that I came 64.The story was so funny that the girls help laughing. A. might not B. needn’t C. wouldn’t D. couldn’t 65.I think much attention your pronunciation. A. must be paid to B. ought to pay C. must pay to D. should be paid by 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. There is no end to the magic within this circle of the world wo live in.The greatest magicians today are ___66_____ the physicists and chemists, the mathematicians and astronomers: the wise men seeking the answers __67____ the riddles of earth and universe. But___68_____ many of them can tell us how to walk __69____ a floor,“ by the law of gravitation” ___70__ the readiest answer 71 that. Gravitation is __72____ the most familiar thing in all the world, and we were all brought __73___ on the story of Newton and his apple and the law of gravitation.__74___ physicists have begun to say that gravitation may be __75____ an illusion. If it is an illusion, __76____ it is pure magic that__77____ our feet on the ground and our furniture __78____ floating off into space. And who cares, ___79___ as the magic works and the illusion is __80___? It is all a matter of vocabulary ___81___ for no town scholars have ever agreed ___82___ a definition of magic; but there is no denying __83____ every time man has finally understood and explained a __84____ he has ceased to call it magic and called it __85____ instead. 66.A. forever B. already C. extremely D. still 67.A. for B. to C. on D. after 68.A. not one B. not any C. none one D. no any 69.A. above B. along C. across D. under 70.A. used to be B. is used to C. has used to D. used to be 71.A. upon B. as C. by D. to 72.A. recently B. probably C. awfully D. quietly 73.A. in B. of C. up D. on 74.A.Lately B. Tiny C. Timely D. Last 75.A.often B. only C. nearly D. indeed 76.A.but B. yet C. and D. then 77.A.breaks B. puts C. keeps D. follows 78.A.for B. from C. over D. by 79.A.as long as B. as if C. so that D. such as 80.A.covered B. formed C. maintained D. adapted 81.A.really B. fully C. usually D. perhaps 82.A. with B. at C. about D. on 83.A.when B. what C. that D. since 84.A.wander B. wonder C. difficulty D. theory 85.A. science B. weight C. furniture D. measure Paper Two Part V Translation(15minutes 15%) Directions: Translate the following sentences into Chinese 86. There are as many different library services as there are types of people who use them. 87. But never forget that such operations are painful experiences, however good the results. And at what point should you stop treating the old body? 88. If tourism grows too quickly, people must leave other jobs to work in the tourism industry. This means that other parts of the country’s economy can suffer. 89. There can be no criticism of the custom, but there may be an unfortunate effect that prolonged (长久的)routine work dulls the imagination。 Part VI Writing Write a composition on the topic "Global Shortage of Fresh Water." You should base your composition on the outline below: We often think that water will never be used up. In fact water is rather limited on the earth. What should we do about the water shortage?
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