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导语:尊宝娱乐教育网小编为大家整理了2006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 (15 minutes 15%) Section A (10%) Directions: In this part you will hear 10 short conversations. At the end of each conversation, a question will be asked about what was said. The conversation and question will be spoken only once. After each question there will be a pause. During the pause, you must read the four choices marked A, B, C and D, and decide which is the best answer. Then mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center. 1. A. At a bus station. B. At a department store. C. In a library. D. In the street. 2. A. At 12:30. B. At 11:30. C. At 11:00. D. An hour ago. 3. A. Nothing special. B. Excellent. C. Very disappointing D. Very exciting. 4. A. Jim hadn't enough money to buy a new car. B. Jim hadn't planned to buy a new car. C. Jim should have repaired his old car. D. Jim shouldn't have Went money buying a new car. 5. A. Sailing B. Cooking C. Painting D. Fishing 6. A. He is a doctor. B. He is a dressmaker C. He is a engineer. D. He is a hairdresser. 7. A. In the waiting room. B. On the platform. C. On the train. D. At the station gate. 8. A. George's brother. B. George's wife. C. George's father. D. George's father-in-law. 9. A. A writer. B. A teacher. C. A reporter. D. A student. 10. A. Pleased. B. Disappointed C. Excited. D. Frightened. Section B (5%) Directions: In this section, you will hear one dialogue and one short passage. At the end of the dialogue and the passage, you will hear some questions. The dialogue and passage as well as the questions will be spoken only once. After you hear a question, you must choose the best answer from the four choices marked A, B, C and D. Then mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center. Questions 11 -12 are based on the following dialogue. 11.A. A film star. B.A singer. C. A swimming star. D. A dancer. 12. A. She cannot win any international competition. B. She is too old for swimming. C. She cannot compete with others D. She is not confident now. Questions 13-15 are based on the following passage. 13. A. Because the great fisheries are to be exhausted. B. Because it is important for food resources. C. Because people have not realized the importance of sea resources. D. Because fishes are fewer than Indian Tigers. 14. A. Sea resources can last forever. B. None of the great sea fisheries are to be exhausted. C. Fish supply has no effects on people. D. Sea resources are important to people. 15. A. Europe and Asia. B. The whole world. C. Asia and America. D. North America. Part II Reading Comprehension (30 minutes 30%) Directions: In this part there are four reading passages. Each passage is followed by some questions or incomplete statements. For each of them there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. You are required to choose the best answer from the four choices. Then mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center. Questions 16--20 are based on the following passage. The exact number of English words is not known. The large dictionaries have over half a million entries, but many of these are compound words (schoolroom, sugar bowl) or different derivatives of the same word (rare--rarely, rarefy), and a good many are obsolete words to help us read older literature. Dictionaries do not attempt to cover completely words that we can draw on: the informal vocabulary, especially slang, localism, the terms of various occupations and professions; words used only occasionally by scientists and specialists in many fields; foreign words borrowed for use in English; or many new words or new senses of words that come into use every year and that may or may not be used long enough to warrant being included. (86) It would be conservative to say that there are over a million English words that any of us might meet in our listening and reading and that we may draw on in our speaking and writing. Professor Seashore concluded that first-graders enter school with at least24,000 words and add 5,000 each year so that they leave high school with at least80,000. These figures are for recognition vocabulary, the words we understand when we read or hear them. Our active vocabulary, the words we use in speaking and writing , is considerably smaller. You cannot always produce a word exactly when you want it. But consciously using the words you recognize in reading will help get them into your active vocabulary. (87) Occasionally in your reading pay particular attention to these words, especially when the subject is one that you might well write or talk about. Underline or make a list of words that you feel a need for and look up the less familiar ones in a dictionary. And then before very long find a way to use some of them. Once you know how they are pronounced and what they stand for, you can safely use them. 16. According to the author's estimation, there are words in English. A. more than half a million B. at least 24,000 C. at least 80,000 D. more than a million 17. The italicized word "obsolete" in the first paragraph is closest in meaning to A. no longer in use B. profound C. colorful D. common 18. One's recognition vocabulary is_ . A. less often used than his active vocabulary B. smaller than his active vocabulary C. as large as his active vocabulary D. much larger than his active vocabulary 19. The author does not suggest getting recognition vocabulary into active vocabulary by . A. making a list of words you need end looking up the new ones in a dictionary B. spending half an hour studying the dictionary C. consciously using the words you recognize in reading D. trying to use the words you recognize 20. From the passage we team that . A. dictionaries completely cover the words we can make use of B. "schoolroom" is used in the passage as an example of a specialized term C. once you know how a word is pronounced and what it represents, you have turned it into your active word D. active vocabulary refers to words we understand when we read and hear them Questions 21--25 are based on the following passage A third of Britons are overweight, states a report published in January by the Royal College of Physicians, the result of an 18-month-long study. About five percent of children weigh too much, and are likely to stay that way for life; in the mid-twenties age group the proportion of fat people rises to a third, and of the middle-aged population half ere overweight. Fat people risk severe health problems, says the report, including high blood pressure, breathlessness, and various forms of heart disease. Smoking is particularly risky for overweight people. The safest way to lose weight is to eat cereals, bread, fruit and vegetables, and cut down on fatty meats, butter and sweet foods. Fad diets do far more harm than good; slimming machines that vibrate muscles have not been proved useful; saunas(桑拿浴)merely remove a little body water, and health farms, says the report, serve as expensive holidays. (88)Exercise is most important to health, the report emphasized; though it doesn't necessarily reduce weight, it maintains the correct proportion of body fat to body muscle. And it isn't only for the young; from middle age a minimum of 20minutes of general physical jerks should be practiced three times a week.. The report advocates several public health measures to combat the high prevalence of overweight in this country. They include an increase of tax on alcohol to reduce its increasing, and dangerously fattening, consumption; and the provision of more sports facilities by local authorities. Britain's doctors, the report concludes, must learn to be more sympathetic and specific in their advice to the overweight, encouraging a change in eating habits on a long-term basis, and taking into account the many ---often complex--reasons why fat people are fat. 21.The passage mainly talks about . A. the cause of Britons' overweight B. how to avoid getting overweight C. Britons' overweight problem D. the relations between overweight and health problems 22. According to the report, a person is most likely to stay fat for the whole of his life if he . A. gets fat in the twenties B. gets fat in his middle age C. is born fat D. gets fat when he is child 23.The report suggests that exercise . A. is a way to reduce weight B. sometimes increase weight C. is a sure way to keep one healthy D. can convert fat to muscle 24.The report points out that drinking too much alcohol . A .will also cause one to get fat B .will cause one to do less sports C. will make one forget the fact that he is fat D. will lead one to bad eating habits 25.Britain's doctors, when treating the overweight, should . A. encourage a long-term diet for everyone B .be more considerate and give detailed advice C. first consider why so many people are fat D. do all of the above Questions 26--30 are based on the following passage. One of the most important ways an individual can reduce pollution is by conserving energy. Conserving energy reduces the air pollution created by power plants. Driving less is one of the best ways to save energy and avoid polluting the air. People can save electricity by buying more efficient light bulbs and home appliances. People can also conserve by using appliances less often. People can also buy products that are safe for the environment. For example, households can help reduce water pollution by using fewer toxic cleaning products. If consumers refuse to purchase harmful products, manufacturers will stop making them. People can also help reduce pollution by eating less meat. Farmers use large quantities of fertilizer and pesticides to raise the production of grain on which cattle, hogs, and poultry feed. Farmers would use much less fertilizers and pesticides if people chose to eat less meat and more grains, beans and vegetables. If consumers would accept produce with slight blemishes or imperfections, farmers could reduce their use of chemicals. One of the simplest ways individuals can prevent pollution is by reusing products. For example, some milk suppliers use glass bottles instead of paper cartons. The bottles may be refilled and used again. People can reuse old paper or plastic bags to carry groceries or to hold garbage.When people reuse products, they avoid both the pollution associated with the creation of a new product and the pollution caused when the product is thrown out. (89) The most important way people can fight pollution is to learn as much as possible about how their actions affect the environment Then they can make intelligent choices that will reduce damage to the planet. 26. There are several ways, listed in the passage, for individuals to conserve energy except . A. driving less B. using more efficient light bulbs and home appliances C. using appliances less often D. using less fertilizer and pesticides 27. The most important way for individuals to reduce pollution is . A. .saving energy B .eating less meat C. using paper bags D. closing all the power plants 28. Learning much about how their actions affect the environment can help people fight pollution because they . A. can make intelligent choices to reduce damage to the environment B.can choose to buy products that are safe for the environment C. can choose to eat less meat and more grains, beans, and vegetables D. would accept produce with slight blemishes or imperfections 29. One of the simplest ways to prevent pollution is . A. driving less B. reusing products C. conserving energy D. buying more efficient bulbs 30. What would be the best title for the passage? A. The Most Important Ways to Reduce Pollution B. The Best Ways to Converse Energy C. The Simplest Ways to Control Pollution D. Individual Efforts on Controlling Pollution Questions 31--35 are based on the following passage. The scope of mankind's activities has experienced expansion from land to ocean, from ocean to atmosphere, and from atmosphere to outer space. Space technology, which emerged in the 1950s, opened up a new era of man's exploration of outer space. (90) Having developed rapidly for about half a century, mankind’s space activities have scored remarkable achievements, greatly promoted the development of social productivity and progress, and produced profound and far-reaching effects. Space technology has turned out to be one field of high technology that exerts the most profound influence on modern society. The continuous development and application of space technology has become an important endeavor in the modernization drive of countries all over the world. The Chinese nation created a glorious civilization in the early stage of mankind's history. The gunpowder "rocket" invented by ancient Chinese was the embryo of modern space rockets. After the People's Republic of China was founded in 1949, China carried out space activities on its own, and succeeded in developing and launching its first man-made satellite in 1970. China has made eye-catching achievements, and now ranks among the world's most advanced countries in some important fields of space technology. In the 21st century, China will continue to promote the development of its space industry in the light of its national situation, and make due contribution to the peaceful use of outer space, and to the civilization and progress of mankind. 31.Space technology emerged . A. with the invention of airplanes B . in the middle of the 20th century C. with the invention of spaceships D. with the invention of gunpowder 32. In the author's opinion, space technology is . A. a waste of money B. valueless to our daily life C. the most profound development of modern society D. greatly improving our daily life 33.China's space activities . A. are carried out on its own B. depend on the important technology C. rely on international cooperation D. aim at the occupation of outer space 34. China launched its first man-made satellite . A. in the first half of the 20th century B,at the beginning of the 19th century C. in the second half of the 20th century D. at the beginning of the 21st century 35. China developed its space technology in order to . A. create a glorious civilization B. rank among the world's most advanced countries C. expand from atmosphere to outer space D. make peaceful use of outer space Part III Vocabulary and Structure (20 minutes 15%) Directions: In this part there are 30 in complete sentences. For each sentence there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. You are required to choose the one that best completes the sentence. Then mark the corresponding letter on the Answer sheet with a single line through the center. 36. She gave her son . A. a good advice B. a good piece advice C. some good advices D. a good piece of advice 37. It is I who responsible for this. A. is B. are C. am D. have been. 38. The Smiths are said to have bought furniture recently. A. a great deal of B. many C. quite a few D. a large number of 39. Please go to to pick up your ID card. A. third window B. the window three C. window third D. the third window 40. No sooner had he gone to bed than he fell . A. sleepy B. slept C. asleep D. sleeping 41.The coal output last year was five years before. A. as much as twice B. twice as much as C. twice so much as D. as twice much as 42. Send for a doctor quickly. The old man . A. will die B. is dying C. dies D. died 43. Come and lend me a hand, ? A. do you B. can you C. will you D. shall you 44. Some of the experiments in the book are easy to perform. A. being described B. described C. to be described D. having been described 45.The teacher often has his students what he tells them. A. repeat B. repeating C. to repeat D. repeated 46.I really appreciate to help me, but I am sure that I can manage by myself. A .you to offer B. that you offer C. your offering D. that you're offering 47.I have made I will never go back on my word. A. that it clear B. it clear that C. it that clear D. clear that it 48. John has great acting ,, but he needs training to be a real actor. A. potential B. possibility C. probability D. productivity 49. Proper can ease people's relationship and make their conversation more pleasant. A. insults B. speeches C. compliments D. noises 50. Then the speaker the various factors leading to the present economic crisis. A. dwelt B. looked on C. turned on D. went on 51. Nobody but a young woman the airplane crash. A. endured B. withdrew C. survived D. lived 52. Nowadays advertising costs are no longer in reasonable to the total cost of products. A. connection B. proportion C. relation D. correspondence 53. It is not easy to the ability to speak fluent English or write idiomatic English. A. require B. acquire C. enquire D. equalize 54.It's usually the case that people seldom behave in a way when angry. A. stable B. legal C. rational D. credible 55. The news that the firm was closing down on account of bad management. A. got about B. came down C. took around D. went over 56. Although he was careful in connecting the plug, he still got an electric . A. alarm B. shock C. damage D. harm 57. He gave his listeners a vivid of what he had experienced in the country. A. impression B. explanation C. conception D. description 58. Exhausted from a day's journey, they a motel and nut un there for the night. A. retreated into B. pulled into C. ran into D. forced into 59. It is highly that the escaped prisoner will use a major airport to get out of the country. A. improbable B.uncertain C. undoubted D. impossible 60. The wind us and we won the sailing race. A. allocated B. constituted C. assigned D. favored 61.If the team were not so evenly matched, it would be much easier to the outcome. A. predict B. precede C. proceed D. propose 62. The new washing machines which sell well in the markets are at the rate of fifty a day. A. turned out B. turned down C. turned up D. turned off 63. The physician said that if I took this medicine twice a day, it should my cold. A. heal B. cure C. treat D. recover 64. h could just see a car in the distance, but I couldn't what color it was. A. make up B. make over C. make out D. make for 65.I was almost totally at a loss; but then an idea suddenly to me. A. occurred B. happened C. appeared D. started Part IV Cloze(15 minutes 10%) Directions: In this part there is a passage with 20 blanks in it. For each blank there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. You are required to choose the best answer from the four choices. Then mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center. As civilization proceeds in the direction of technology, it passes the point of supplying all the basic essentials of life-food, 66 ,clothes, and warmth. Then we are faced 67 a choice between using technology to 68 and fulfill needs which have been regarded as unnecessary 69 , on the other hand, using technology to reduce the 70 of hours of work which a man must do in order to 71 a given standard of living. In other words, we either 72 our standard of living above the necessary for 73 and happiness 74 we leave it at this level and work shorter hours. We shall take 75 as axiomatic that mankind has, by that time, chosen the 76 alternative. Men will be working shorter and shorter hours 77 their paid employment. It 78 that the housewife will also 79 to be able to have more leisure in her life, 80 lowing her standard of living. It also follows that human 81 servants will have completely 82 to exist. Yet the great 83 of the housewives will wish to be 84 completely from the 85 operations of the home such as scrubbing the floors or washing the clothes., or dusting, or making beds. 66. A. dwell B. habitat C. shelter D. nest 67. A. with B. at C. in D. about 68. A. manufacture B. imply C. provide D. relieve 69. A. for B. or C. but D. and 70. A. amount B. figure C. statistics D. number 71.A. attain B. gain C. maintain D. sustain 72. A. rise B. raise C. lift D. increase 73. A. fun B. joy C. comfort D. satisfaction 74. A. and B. but C. or D. nor 75. A. what B. it C. that D. which 76. A. later B. last C. latter D. latest 77. A. in B. for C. on D. about 78. A. takes B. makes C. follows D. gets 79. A. intend B. expect C. tend D. look 80. A. by B. through C. instead of D. without 81.A. domestic B. homely C. interior D. internal 82. A. continued B. emerged C. appeared D. ceased 83. A. many B. deal C. majority D. quantities 84.A. imprisoned B. relieved C. believed D. conceive 85. A. mainly B. every day C. regular D. routine Paper Two Part V Translation(15 minutes 15%) Directions: In this part there are five items which you should translate into Chinese. These sentences are all taken from the reading passages you have just read in Part II. You'd better refer back to the passages so as to identify their meanings in the context. The Chinese translation must be written on the Answer Sheet. 86. It would be conservative to say that there are over a million English words that any of us might meet in our listening and reading and that we may draw on in our speaking and writing. 87. Occasionally in your reading pay particular attention to these words, especially when the subject is one that you might well write or talk about. 88. Exercise is most important to health, the report emphasizes; though it doesn't necessarily reduce weight, it maintains the correct proportion of body fat to body muscle. 89. The most important way people can fight pollution is to learn as much as possible about how their actions affect the environment. Then they can make intelligent choices that will reduce damage to the planet. 90. Having developed rapidly for about half a century, mankind's space activities have scored remarkable achievements, greatly promoted the development of social productivity and progress, and produced profound and far-reaching effects. Part VI writing (25 minutes 15%) Directions: For this part, you are allowed 25 minutes to write a composition on the topic “On Developing Speaking ability” , 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 on the Answer Sheet. In teaching a foreign language, most of the Chinese teachers give priority to the development of reading skills. In fact, speaking is one of the most important means of communication. . In my opinion,
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