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  安徽省2013年普通专升本招生考试
   
Part 1 Vocabulary and Structure (1 point each; 30 points in all)
Direction There are 30 incomplete sentences. You are required to complete each one by deciding on the most appropriate answer from the four choices marked A,B,C and D, and then write the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet .
1.——Mary, thanks very much for your help.
  ——_____.Have a good day.
A. It’s OK   B. It’s my pleasure   C. Nothing particular D. No problem
2. The owner of the store ____his floor when I walked in.
A.is sweeping B. sweeps C. was sweeping D. swept
3. Never ignore the impression you may make_____ others.
A.for B. on C. to D .with
4._______we’ll go for a picnic depends on the weather
A.Whether B. If C. That D. Why
5. As he been in America for 3 years now, Hong Liang is _______for China
A.anxious B. famous C. responsible D. homesick
6. American Global University is a private institution of higher learning, ____in June of 1996.
A.founding B. to found C. having founded D. founded
7. I wish you _____come back to Beijing with us. But that’s for you to decide.
A. will B. should C. would D. shall
8. If you want to eat out, you’ll better call a restaurant and make_________.
A. a reservation B. an effort C. a decision D. a deal
9. I’m terribly sorry. I seem to have _________my book at home
A. scattered B. forgotten C. left D. hidden
10. April Fool’s day is a day _______people play jokes friends.
A. When B. why C. that D. which
11. Even as a child, Daisy was a(n)___ reader. She spent all of her pocket money on books.
A. careful B. patient C keen D. efficient
12 .The ring has been ________in my family, It was my great-grand mother’s originally.
A. handed down B. picked up C left behind D. given out
13. Sophia spoke ________softly that I could hardly hear her.
A. very B. rather C. too D. so
14. We will have made full preparations for the ceremony ____tomorrow.
A when the guests will arrive B. when the guests arrive
C. When will the guests arrive D. when are the guests arriving
15. The newly published book is really good, I would not_ ____for a second to recommend it to my classmates.
A.determine B. hesitate C. discuss D. consider
16.The newly published book is really good. I would not_ ____for a second to recommend it to my classmates
A.much B. more C. the most D. consider
17. Don’t be too formal. Plain simple clothes are _____for school wear.
A.attractive B. mysterious C. appropriate D. expensive
18.——what does "encyclopedia" mean, John ?
  ——Sorry, I have no idea, You’d better _____in the dictionary.
A.look it up B. look at it C. look into it D. look it over
19.It was at university ______I first met Hopkins.
A.where B. in which C. Which D. that
20. It’s been a really hard day today, so I should have a _____sleep tonight.
A.shallow B. sound C. light D. broken
21.If you want to hold someone’s attention, look them _____in the eye, but don’t stare.
A.Sharply B. angrily C. carefully D. directly
22.The ______between successful unsuccessful people is that the former put into practice what they have learned, while the latter don’t.
A.Link B. difference C. balance D. relationship
23.Tom together with his friends ______to play every Sunday afternoon.
A, go B. goes C. has gone D. have gone
24.I will never forget Mary. ______I saw her only once.
A.thought B .by rule C. in return D. in vain
25.The two strangers met_ _____in Beijing and got married one month later.
A.by chance B. by rule C. in turn D in vain
26.I turned to my coach for information on swimming skills, but got _____as he was away.
A.few B. some  C. is D .isn't
27. Lucy seldom goes to the theatre,_ ____ she?
A.does B. doesn't C. is D. isn't
28._____of the earth's surface is covered with water.
A.Two-third .B. Second-thirds C. Second-third D. Two-thirds
29.To my _______, this is one of the worst films I've seen.
A.satisfaction B. disappointment C. relief D. taste
30.——Mike, I'm afraid it's too late, I'd better be going mow.
——_______.I'll call you later.
A.Quite well B. Help yourself C. Good job D. See you
Part 11 Cloze (1 point each; 15 points in all)
Directions: There are 15 blanks in the following passage. For each blank are four choices marked A,B,C and D. You should decide on the best choice and write the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet.
   Long ago there was a busy marketplace in a town. People came to buy and _31____all sorts of things there.
   One day an old man went to the __32___to buy some vegetables. He saw lots of people.__33__them was a young man, strong and fierce. Everyone was ___34___him.
   In front of the strong man, there was a heavy rock. Some people tried to lift it but it was too ____35_for them.
   The strong man said, Look at me. I can lift this heavy rock".
   The man___36____ and took hold of the heavy rock. He pulled and pulled. His face went redder and redder .Slowly he lifted the rock____37___his head to show off.
   "I am the___38___man in the world," he cried.
   Then someone shouted, "You are like a buffalo(水牛)A buffalo is strong too!"___39_____hearing that, all people laughed, including the smiling at him .___40___but somewhat confused, the young man should angrily, "why are you smiling?" Are you stronger than I am?"
The old man said, "You may be very strong,___41___you are too pound. You should not ____42___yourself.True,a buffalo is strong ,but it has no __43____!"
The strong man felt foolish. He looked down at the ground and walked away,__44__he finally realized that it was better to be __45___than strong. After that, no one was afraid of him any more.  
31.A. check B .beg C. sell D .rent
32.A. shop B. market C. mall D. farm
33.A. Among B. Around C. Inside D. Between
34.A .respectful B. afraid of C. surprised at D. satisfied with
35.A. high B. big C. hard D. heavy
36.A. bent forward B. sat down C. turned back  D. stood straight
37.A. beyond B. beside C. under D. above
38.A strongest B. brightest C .tallest D. heaviest
39.A at B. With C. on D .in
40.A. proud B. stupid C. selfish D. Polite
41.A. so B. for C. or D. but
42.A talk about B laugh at C. Speak to D. smile at
43.A. Meaning B. courage C. power D. sense
44.A. thought B. As  C. lest D. if
45.A. fierce B. young C .wise D. funny
Part111 Reading Comprehension (2points each;50points in all)
Section A
Directions: There are four passages in this section .Each passage is followed by five questions or incomplete statements .For each of them there are four choice marked A,B,C and D. You should decide on the best choice and write the corresponding letter on the answer sheet.
Passage1
A happy life and a meaningful life are not the same. Leading a happy life is associated with being a "taker", while leading a meaningful life corresponds with being a "giver".
Happiness is about feeling good and getting what we want, People who are happy tend to think that life is easy. They are in good physical health and able to buy the things that they need and want. Happiness is about satisfying our needs and desires. The pursuit of happiness is often associated with selfish behavior Animal have needs and desires and they can feel happy too. What sets human beings apart from animals is not the pursuit of happiness, but the pursuit of meaning, which is unique to humans.
We can often find meaning in helping others or marking a sacrifice for a "greater good". Meaning often comes at the expense of happiness. When people have invested themselves in something bigger than themselves ,they worry more and have higher levels of stress and anxiety in their lives than happy people. Volunteering in schools, for example, is meaningful but also involves hardship.
Happiness, like any emotion, is felt in the here and now---it eventually fades away. However, meaning is enduring .It connects the past to the present to the future.
46.What is the main idea of the passage?
A.A happy life is basically different from a meaningful life
B.Leading a happy life is connected with being a "taker"
C.Happiness is  about feeling good getting what we want
D.Meaning connects the past to the present to the future
47.Paragraph 2 tells us that the pursuit of happiness______
A.sets humans apart from animals
B.Is associated with selfish behavior
C.Means to give up what one has
D.Is unique to human beings
48.From Paragraph 3 we know that_______
A .helping others can mark our life meaningful
B. meaning cones together with happiness
C .happy people have higher levels of anxiety
D. volunteering in rural schools makes a happy life
49.It is implied in Paragraph 4 that______
A.meaning will disappear sooner or later
B.Living a happy life means to be a "giver"
C.Happiness lasts a relatively short period of time
D.Marking a sacrifice for a "greater good "brings us happiness
50.The passage is organized by_______
A.giving examples B. making contrasts C. defining D. classifying
Passage 2
  Our traditional belief has it that morning larks are most likely to be healthy, wealthy and wise. But those who are early to rise do not always have the upper hand. Researchers have revealed that night owls(夜猫子)are generally brighter and wealthier than those able to get up early in the morning.
Experts examined the habits of 1000 youngsters to determine whether they liked to stay up late and sleep in later in the morning ,or preferred to go to bed early. School performance and inductive reasoning were measured and academic grades in the major subjects were also taken into consideration.
The results show that evening types score higher than morning types on inductive reasoning were measured and academic grades in the major subjects were also taken into consideration.
The results show that evening types score higher than morning types on inductive reasoning, which has been shown to be a good estimate of general intelligence and academic performance. The night owls also have a greater capacity to think conceptually and analyze. Such abilities have been linked to creative thinking, better jobs and higher incomes.
Morning larks, however, often get better exam results in school, possible because lessons are held at the wrong time of day for night owls.
51.The underline expression “morning larks” in Paragraph 1 refers to_____
A.    birds which scream late at night
B.     birds which sing early in the morning
C.    people who like to stay up late at night
D.    people who are early to rise in the morning
52.Traditionally, we hold that_____
A.    morning larks do not always have the upper hand
B.     night owls are generally brighter and wealthier
C.    morning larks tend to be healthy, wealthy and wise
D.    night owls often get better exam results in school
53.Why did experts examine the teenagers on their habits?
A.    To measure their inductive reasoning
B.     To measure their school performance
C.    To determine whether they are night owls or not
D.    To know their academic grades in major subjects
54.Paragraph 3 tells us that_______
A.    night owls have a poorer capacity to analyze
B.     night owls score higher on inductive reasoning
C.    morning larks are more likely to get better jobs
D.    morning larks are more likely to get higher incomes
55.Morning larks often score higher in exams, possibly because____
A.    they are generally brighter
B.     they are early to bed and early to rise
C.    they have a greater capacity to analyze
D.    the arrangement of lessons fits their body clocks
Passage 3
While drunken driving may be decreasing, traffic safety experts remain troubled how to cope with another alcohol-related problem; drunken pedestrians. Studies have shown that pedestrians injured and killed by car often extremely drunk
Some types of pedestrian accidents have been decreasing in the U.S., especially those involving constant at 2,500 a year, The total number of pedestrians killed in traffic accidents is at least 7,000 or one of every seven highway deaths.
Studies have revealed some of the causes, including a lack of adult supervision for children, long delays in traffic signals that encourage jaywalking, less attention paid to pedestrian accidents in the past, and few methods to regulate walking habits. However, the most challenging problem, according to some experts, is alcohol-related. Although puzzled, researchers are making great efforts to find ways to fight against the drunken pedestrian.
However, the most challenging problem, according to some experts, is alcohol-related. Although puzzled, researchers are marking great efforts to find ways to fight against the drunken pedestrian accidents.
56.Which of the following would be the best title for the passage?
A.    Causes for Traffic Accidents
B.     Drunken Pedestrian Accidents
C.    Severe Highway Safety Problems
D.    Consequence of Drunken Driving
57.The annual number of highway deaths is about______
A.49, 000 B. 7,000 C.2, 500 D.1,000
58. Among the causes for walkers’ accidents,  the most challenging is______
A. Long delays in traffic signals
B. drunken pedestrians
C. lack of adult supervision for children
D. few methods to regulate walking habits
59. What can be inferred from the serious?
A. Drunken driving is getting more serious
B. Pedestrian accidents involving children are on the rise
C. Effective measure have been taken to regulate walking habits
D. Long delays in traffic signals may encourage walkers to break traffic regulations
60. The coming paragraph will probably discuss how to cope with_______
A. drunken driving B. drunken jaywalking C. alcohol-related pedestrian accidents D. traffic accidents involving children
Passage4
In writing Smart Thinking, I myself learnt as much as I would hope for its readers, So it was an easy decision to produce a new edition.
This second edition reflects my experiences of teaching with Smart Thinking over the years since it was first published, In revising it, But I have also made some significant changes. Greater assistance has been provided in the earlier chapters of this edition to help readers with the more complicated skills, and later chapters on reasoning and on research have been expanded. The final chapter is now a fully worked example of the skills, offering a model of the power of the approach I am outlining. I would hope that readers will now find the journey towards greater of ability in approach I am outlining. I would hope that readers will now find the journey towards greater ability in critical thinking and reasoning a little bit easier, and with a clearer goal ahead.
61. The author of the passage is _______
A. a teacher B. a publisher C. a reporter D. a bookseller
62. Which of the following is true of the first edition of Smart Thinking?
A. It has been revised several times over the years
B. The decision to produce its new edition is difficult
C. It fails to help its readers improve their thinking skills
D. Writing it is a kind of learning for the author herself
63. In the second edition of the book,_______
A. a chapter on research has been added
B. the chapter on reasoning has been canceled
C. an example of thinking skills has been provided
D. the content of the first edition has been excluded
64. The final chapter of the second edition _________
A. deals with reasoning B. provided a model C. an example of thinking skills has been provided D. the content of the first edition has been excluded
65. The passage is most probably a part of_______
A. a public speech on writing B. a composition on smart thinking
C. a report on research findings D. an introduction to a book
Section B   
Directions: The following is a short passage about healthy habits for TV. After reading the passage, you are required to complete each of the five statements within three words. The answers should be written after the corresponding numbers on the Answer Sheet .
Television, if under proper supervision , can be an excellent source of education and entertainment for kids. But too much time on TV can have unhealthy side effects, Here are some practical ways to make kid’s TV time more effective.
l        Stock the room in which you have your TV with plenty of other non-screen entertainment to encourage kids to do something other than watch TV.
l        Treat TV as a privilege that kids need to earn .Tell them TV viewing is allowed only after their homework has been completed.
l        Choose shows that develop your kids’ interest in hobbies and learning. Then preview the programs to make sure they’re proper before your kids watch them
l        Come up with a family TV schedule. Make sure to turn off the TV when the “scheduled” programs are over instead of watching else on TV.
l        What TV with your kids and talk to them about what they see on TV and share your own beliefs and values, asking them about what they see on TV and share your own beliefs and values ,asking them thought-provoking questions
66. Proper supervision can make ____more effective.
67. Non-screen entertainment can encourage kids to do something else rather than _____.
68. Allow kids to watch TV only after they have complete their______.
69. Before your kids watch TV, you should programs to ensure that the shows chosen are _____.
70. While watching TV, you should take the opportunity to share your own _________with your kids.
Part IV Translation (5 points each; 30 points in all)
Directions: you are required to read the following passage and translate the translate the underlined sentences into Chinese. Remember to write your translation in corresponding space on the Answer Sheet.
While(71)Tiger Momonce aroused a huge wave of debate around the world, the opposite method from Finland’s education system is also drawing widespread attention, This kind of educational mode is called “Sheep Mom”.
Sheep Mom refers to an extensive way of education that sets only basic objective but no core syllabus(教学大纲)72Teachers can feel free to use any teaching method as long as most children can reach the goals. (73)People in Finland firmly believe that education is a “service” and children are “customers”.(74)Since the education mode in Finland is basically like “sheep-herding”(放羊)it is also called “Sheep Mom”.
The result of “sheep-herding” cannot be understanding(低估).In the last four international Program for International Student Assessment (PISA) tests, students from Finland all ranked in the top three in math, reaching and science.(75) This report not only surprised the world, but also shocked people in Finland. (76) In other words , Finland’s education system, which least encourage competition, cultivates the most competitive children.  
Part V  Writing (25 points)
Directions: You are required to write A letter of Appeal according to the given information in more than 100 words. Remember to write it in the corresponding space on the Answer Sheet
假定目前校园内食物,水电浪费现象浪费严重,请你写一份以“校园节约,从我做起”为主题的英文倡导书。先简要阐明倡议的缘由,再详细列出倡议的主要内容(1. 增强节约意识;2. 从小事着手;3.养成节约习惯),最后向全校师生发出呼吁,号召大家立即行动起来。倡议时间:2013414日。
参考词汇:学生会 the Students Union    节约意识 economical awareness
          剩余食物 leftovers            打包    get a doggie bag
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