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2013年11月北京成人学位英语真题及答案(文字版)

  Part I Reading Comprehension (30 %)

  Directions : There are three passages in this part. Each passage is followed by some questions or un- finished statements. For each of them there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. You should decide on the best choice and blacken the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet.

  Passage 1

  Questions 1 to 5 are based on the following passage:

  For 20 months the wrecked Costa Concordia has been lying on its side near the coast of Giglio, a small Italian island. But on Tuesday, as part of the largest salvage (打捞) operation ever conducted, the large ship was finally moved to the upright position. The next step is for the vessel to be removed from the area entirely.

  The Costa Concordia is twice the weight of the Titanic. The ship itself didn't budge(稍微移动) for the first three hours of the operation, Sergio Girotto told reporters. He and other engineers worked for 19 hours before Concordia was declared completely upright.

  The Costa Concordia capsized on January 13, 2012, after its captain, Francesco Schettino, brought the ship too close to the shore. The ship hit coastal rocks, which caused serious damage and allowed water to pour in. (76) Most of the 4,200 people on board made it to land safely, but more than 30 people were killed in the disaster. Two people remain missing. The Concordia's captain is cur- rently on trial for causing a shipwreck and abandoning his ship.

  The operation to right the ship is called par buckling. While par buckling is a standard operation to right capsized ships, it has never before been used on such a large ship. (77)Workers had been waiting for favorable weather conditions to undertake the operation. On Monday, authorities gave the fi- nal go-ahead.

  The process was expected to take no more than 12 hours. But problems with the large system of steel chains caused delays. Engineers worked through the night using cables and metal water tanks to roll the ship onto special platforms.

  The Concordia is expected to be pulled away from Giglio in the spring of 2014 and turned into scrap metal (废金属)。 The ship's owner, Costa Cruises, will pay for the recovery, which has already cost more than $ 800 million.

  1. Which of the following is the best title for the passage?

  A. Ship Safety Management.

  B. Shipwrecks: an Environmental Threat.

  C. The Costa Concordia Disaster.

  D. The Costa Concordia Salvage.

  2. The word "capsized" in the third paragraph is closest in meaning to

  A. turned overB. delayed C. departedD. set sail

  3. According to the passage, the Coneordia's captain has been charged with causing the crash andA. drug use B. alcohol abuse

  C. abandoning his post

  D. setting fire

  4. According to the passage ,which of the following statements is TRUE?

  A. The Costa Concordia is three times the weight of the Titanic.

  B. Engineers in Italy have successfully righted the wrecked Coneordia after an operation that lasted around 12 hours.

  C. The salvage operation went ahead despite bad weather conditions.

  D. As a common means of righting wrecked ships, par buckling had never been carried out on avessel of the Concordia's size.

  5. What will happen to the Concordia eventually?

  A. It will be pulled away to be broken up for scrap metal.

  B. It will be repaired and put into use again.

  C. It will be turned into a museum for tourists.

  D. It will be sunk to the ocean floor.

  Passage 2

  Questions 6 to 10 are based on the following passage:

  (78)Would you risk your life for a country that considered you a second-class citizen? Would you join a military that asked you to risk sacrificing your life but separated you from other soldiers be- cause of the color of your skin? That is precisely what the Tuskegee Airmen did. They were brave, in- telligent, African-American men and women who fought for the United States in World War Ⅱ。

  In 1940, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt agreed to allow African Americans to fly airplanes in the military. Before that, African Americans could only serve in the Armed Forces as part of the ground troops. The first African American airmen reported for duty in 1941. They began their training outside of Tuskegee, Alabama. (79) The soldiers were completely separated by race and the two races could not communicate. About 450 African American pilots finished the training. These men were the original Tuskegee Airmen.

  The Tuskegee Airmen had an amazing record. They did not lose any of the bombers they were es- corting (护航)。 When the war was over in 1945 ,the Tuskegee Airmen were heroes. But when they returned to America, they were appalled to find out that they were still treated like second-class citi- zens. They faced the same segregation (种族隔离)and discrimination (歧视)as they had before they began their training.

  Frederick Henry, one of the original Tuskegee Airmen, lives in Detroit, Michigan. Because he was from the North, he would often forget the segregation rules of the South. Once, Henry was on a bus alone with a white bus driver. Soon, after the two had talked for a while, a wave of other passengers came on the bus. A problem arose when some white passengers were still standing, which was against the rules. Henry was put off the bus, even though he was the first person to board the bus and had paid his fare.

  One thing did change, however. In 1948, President Harty S. Truman signed an executive order prohibiting segregation in the military. Eventually, the Tuskegee Airmen were officially thanked for their amazing efforts in the war.

  6. Which of the following is the best title for the passage?

  A. American Soldiers in World War Ⅱ。

  B. American Civil Rights Movement.

  C. The Tuskegee Airmen.

  D. Racial Discrimination in the U. S.

  7. What does the word "appalled" in the third paragraph probably mean?

  A. Reluctant.

  B. Pleased.

  C. Shocked.

  D. Relieved.

  8. It can be inferred from the passage that Henry

  A. refused to give up his seat to a white passenger

  B. refused to pay his bus fare

  C. had a fight with the bus driver

  D. was the last person to board the bus

  9. In , President Harry S. Truman ordered to end military segregation.

  A. 1940

  B. 1941

  C. 1945

  D.1948

  10. According to the passage, which of the following statements about the Tuskegee Airmen is TRUE ?

  A. In World War II, they never lost a bomber to enemy fire.

  B. They were the first group of black soldiers ever trained by the ground troops.

  C. They were not subjected to racial discrimination in the army.

  D. They were already soldiers in the ground troops before their training at Tuskegee began.

  Passage 3

  Questions 11 to 15 are based on the following passage:

  Coffee is a powerful drink. On a personal level, it helps keep us awake and active. (80) On a much general level, it has helped shape our history and continues to shape our culture.

  Coffee plants grow wild in parts of Africa and were probably used by travelling tribes (部落)for thousands of years, but it wasn't until the 1400s that people figured out they could roast its seeds."Then it really took off," said historian Mark Pendergrast--author of Uncommon Grounds: the Histo- ry of Coffee and How It Transformed Our World. By the 1500s, the drink had spread to coffeehouses across the Arab world within another 150 years, it took Europe by storm. "It actually had a major im- pact on the rise of business," Pendergrast says. Coffeehouses became a spot not just to enjoy a cup but to exchange ideas.

  The insurance industry was founded hundreds of years ago in one of London's 2,000 coffeehous- es. Literature, newspapers and even the works of great composers like Bach and Beethoven were also inspired in coffeehouses.

  It is often said that after the Boston Tea Party of 1773. when American colonists (殖民者)at- lacked British tea ships and threw large boxes of tea into the harbor. Americans everywhere switched over to drinking coffee. "There's a lot of truth to the story, I found," Pendergrast says. He mentions a letter John Adams wrote to his wife, Abigail, in which the Founding Father declares his love of tea but says he will have to learn to accept coffee instead, because drinking tea had become unpatriotic(不爱国的)。

  For all the upsides coffee has brought the modem world, it also brought its fair share of down- sides, too. Europeans carried coffee with them as they colonized various parts of the world, and this frequently meant they made people into slaves in order to grow it.

  11. According to the passage,which of the following has nothing to do with coffee?

  A. Literature.

  B. Newspapers.

  C. The insurance industry.

  D. The oil industry.

  12. According to the passage,which of the following is NOT TRUE?

  A. The Boston Tea Party took place in 1773.

  B. Europeans figured out ways to use coffee during the 1670s.

  C. During the 1770s, more and more Americans began to drink coffee.

  D. Coffee is a refreshing drink.

  13. The author of the book believes that

  A. drinking coffee was unpatriotic

  B. 2000 insurance companies were set up hundreds of years ago

  C. Europeans were responsible for the existence of slavery

  D. coffee actually influenced the rise of business

  14. The phrase "took off" in the second paragraph means

  A. dropped to the ground

  B. became very successful

  C. removed its coat

  D. went away suddenly

  15. Which of the following is an appropriate title for this passage?

  A. When Coffee Became Popular.

  B. Coffee Is a Powerful Drink.

  C. How Coffee Influenced the Course of History.

  D. What Impact Coffee Has on Human Behavior.

  Part Ⅱ Vocabulary and Structure (30 % )

  Directions: In this part there are 30 incomplete sentences. For each sentence there are four choices marked A ,B , C and D. Choose the ONE answer that best completes the sentence. Then blacken the corre- sponding letter on the Answer Sheet.

  16. We don't need air conditioning,

  A. nor can we afford it

  B. neither can afford it

  C. nor we can afford it

  D. neither we can afford it1

  7. Could you find someone

  A. for me to play tennis with

  B. play tennis with

  C. for me to play tennis

  D. play tennis

  18. "You are too self-centered. It's high time you that you are not the most important person in the world," Edgar said to his boss angrily.

  A. realized

  B. have realized

  C. realize

  D. should realize

  19. The government cannot operate effectively it is free from such interference.

  A. so long as

  B. so that

  C. unless

  D. Because

  20. If I had remembered the window, the thief would not have got in.

  A. to close

  B. closing

  C. to have closed

  D. having closed

  21. In Britain, the best season of the year is probably spring.

  A. Later

  B. latter

  C. Last

  D. Late

  22. If it tomorrow, the basketball match has to be canceled.

  A. rain

  B. Rains

  C. rained

  D. will rain

  23. Pacific Ocean is very large sea to the west of North and South America,

  and to the east of Asia and Australia.

  A. The ; a

  B. A ; the

  C. The ; the

  D. A ; a

  24. Neither his fellow workers nor Tod himself to the solution put forward by the employer.

  A. Agree

  B. agrees

  C. agreeing

  D. to agree

  25. If only I hard in the past few months ! But I didn't work hard enough and failed the maths examination.

  A. work

  B. worked

  C. have worked

  D. had worked

  26. None of us knew how the change had come

  A. Across

  B. about

  C. Over

  D. Down

  27. The price of fish is during the Spring Festival.

  A. expensive

  B. High

  C. valuable

  D. Dear

  28. He offered to her a hand as the bag was too heavy for her to carry.

  A. Lend

  B. help

  C. show

  D. borrow

  29. Do you mind if I the mistakes in your report?

  A. pick up

  B. put up

  C. call out

  D. point out

  30. They told me it would be cheap but it cost me nearly $ 500 .

  A. in general

  B. in a word

  C. in detail

  D. in fact

  31. Having been found guilty, the man was given a severe by the judge.

  A. Service

  B. sentence

  C. crime

  D. crisis

  32. Frankfurt, Germany, is one of the most populated regions in Western Europe.

  A. densely

  B. vastly

  C. Enormously

  D. largely

  33. Jean did not have time to go to the concert last night because she was busy for her history examination.

  A. to prepare

  B. preparing

  C. to be prepared

  D. being prepared

  34. By the end of this month, we surely a satisfactory solution to the problem.

  A. have found

  B. will be finding

  C. will have found

  D. are finding

  35. Helen was much kinder to her youngest child than she was to the others, , of course, made the others jealous.

  A. Whom

  B. That

  C. what

  D. which

  36. Linda ,has lived next door to me about 10 years, will move to another city soon.

  A. who

  B. which

  C. That

  D. what

  37. The visitors felt greatly surprised at they saw in the museum.

  A. who

  B. whose

  C. How

  D. What

  38. On no account held responsible for the accident.

  A. the driver can be

  B. can the driver be

  C. the driver does be

  D. does the driver be

  39. by his friend for his mistake, Jim felt very unhappy.

  A. Criticizing

  B. To criticize

  C. Criticized

  D. Having criticized

  40. Our sports meet is planned to take place Saturday morning.

  A. in

  B. At

  C. On

  D. of

  41. You can't afford to let the situation get worse. You must take to put it right.

  A. decisions

  B. Directions

  C. sides

  D. steps

  42. How these big stones were moved to the mountain tops remains a , that is, nobody knows how.

  A. mystery

  B. Possibility

  C. responsibility

  D. faith

  43. Michael Jackson traveled and sang all around the world, his audience with music,dance and fashion.

  A. Entertaining

  B. awarding

  C. giving .

  D. Proving

  44. To improve efficiency, the factory most of its workers with robots.

  A. operated

  B. replaced

  C. Contributed

  D. Accomplished

  45.--Fred: Hi, Paul, do you live near here?

  --Paul: I moved out to the suburbs.

  A. Hi, Fred,how do you do?

  B. Hi, Fred, I'm very well, thanks.

  C. Yes, I do.

  D. No,I don't

  Part IV Cloze ( 10 % )Directions: There are 20 blanks in the following passage, and for each blank there are 4 choices marked A, B, C and D at the end of the passage. You should choose ONE answer that best fits into the passage. Then blacken the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet.

  The mind-success connection is strong, and many obstacles to our success are also mental. Some people rely more on facts, 56 others rely more on feelings. There is no "right way" to be, but we all have the natural ability to "feel" our way successfully 57 an unlighted path.I learned this 58 I was standing on a curb (路边)in a city in Vietnam (越南)。 My objective, a restaurant where my husband Tom was 59 for me, stood on the 60 side of the street, I was 61 and could smell the food. But it seemed as if the restaurant were miles away.The street was 62 with motor cycles, bicycles, cars, trucks and buses. Rather than 63 the traffic into two lanes,the yellow lane markers apparently served only to 64 that you were on a paved.(铺设的) road. People passed, stopped, turned around and crossed center lines.

  Traffic flowed both ways in the same lane, and more traffic turned onto the street from side ones. Even when the signal light turned red, traffic 65 to flow as drivers emirelv 66 the signal, rushing to me from front, back, sides and all angles.

  I was ready to abandon lunch with Tom when a local gentleman 67 my arm. In English, he kindly said, "Crossing the street is not a problem, 68 a dance.”with that we stepped 69 the curb and into the chaos (混乱)。 My heart 70 faster as we walked slowly across. 71 greeting us with sharp horns and angry shouts, drivers saw and adjusted to us. As long as we made no sudden 72 , we were fine. I felt as if we were gracefully swirnming73 a school of fish. The traffic flowed smoothly around us,in all directions. 74 I knew it. we were across.

  Learning to dance through the chaos of traffic is just 75 your feehngs. It's a combination of intention, timing and trust.

  56. A. As B. while C. where D. When

  57. A. along B. withC. beside D. Under

  58. A. where B. what C. when D. Which

  59. A. Waiting B. looking C. expectingD. Seeing

  60. A. Opposed B. nearby C. different D. Opposite

  61. A. earnest B. hungry C. splendid D. won-led

  62. A. Grouped B. pressed C. crowded D. Provided

  63. A. Dividing B. Combining C. cutting D. Joining

  64. A. strengthen B. conclude C. indicate D. Express

  65. A. responded B. transformed C. Recovered D. continued

  66. A. respected B. ignored C. remembered D. Misunderstood

  67. A. hit B. led C. took D. struck

  68. A. besidesB. But C. rather D. Except

  69. A. offB. on C. With D. for

  70. A. beat B. moved C. leapt D. Jumped

  71. A. Regardless of B. In spite of C. For lack of D. Instead of

  72. A. recognitions B. suspicionsC. movementsD. Enjoyments

  73. A. under B. through C. above D. between

  74. A. AlthoughB. After C. Where D. Before

  75. A. followingB. considering C. astonishing D. appreciatingPart

  V Translation (20%)

  Section A

  Directions: In this part there are five sentences which you should translate into Chinese. These sen- tences are all taken from the 3 passages you have just read in Reading Comprehension. You can refer back to the passages to identify their meanings in the context.

  76. Most of the 4,200 people on board made it to land safely, but more than 30 people were killed in the disaster.

  77. Workers had been waiting for favorable weather conditions to undertake the operation.

  78. Would you risk your life for a country that considered you a second-class citizen?

  79. The soldiers were completely separated by race and the two races could not communicate.

  80. On a much general level, it has helped shape our history and continues to shape our culture.

  Section B

  Directions: In this part. there are rite sentences in Chinese. You should translate them into English. Be sure to write clearly.

  81.像往常一样,他们又迟到了。

  82.他们不知道如何应对压力。

  83.在暑假期间,孩子们参观了一个农场。

  84.我昨天看的那部电影是一个真实的故事。

  85.我们正急忙赶往机场去接史密斯先生。

  2013年11月北京地区成人本科学士学位英语水平考试真题

  Part I Reading Comprehension

  Passage 1

  1.D【解析】全文讲述的是对协和号的打捞,只有D符合题意。A.船只安全管理;B沉船:自然的威胁;C.协和号灾难。均不符合题意。

  2.A 【解析】文中说到协和号已经翻倒,需要作业把它扶正,所以capsized就是翻倒的意思,对应A选项。

  3.C 【解析】定位至原文第三段最后一句可知,船长由于沉船罪和弃船罪受审,所以答案选C擅离职守,其他选项文中均未提到。

  4.D【解析】定位至第四段第二句话可知,D选项描述正确。根据第二段第一句可知,A错误;根据最后一段可知作业时间超过了20个小时,B错误;由第二段倒数第二句可知,工人们一直在等好的作业天气,c错误。

  5.A 【解析】由最后一段可知协和号会被拆解,所以A符合题意。Passage 2

  6.C【解析】全文讲述了Tuskegee空军的历史,所以C符合题意。

  7.C【解析】定位至文章第三段,Tuskegee空军回国之后,他们还是受到种族歧视,所以作为战争英雄的他们很震惊。选择C。

  8.A【解析】文中倒数第二段可知,Henry经常忘记种族隔离,之后又提到Henry被赶下了车,我们可以推断出他并没有让座。

  9.D【解析】由最后一段可知。

  10.A 【解析】由文章第三段第二句可知,A正确;Tuskegee空军是第一批黑人空中部队。而不是第一批黑人地面部队,B错误;由文中最后一段可知,直到1948年杜鲁门总统才签署命令废止军队中的种族歧视,C错误;D选项并未提到。

  Passage 3

  11.D【解析】定位文章第三段可知,ABC均被提及,只有D没有。

  12.B【解析】第二段提到十六世纪咖啡传到阿拉伯,150年之后进入欧洲,这时应该是十七世纪,而B选项说的是十八世纪,不符合文意。

  13.D 【解析】第二段倒数第二句话可以看出书籍作者的态度和D选项是一样的。ABC均与文意不符。

  14.B 【解析】后文提到,咖啡风靡阿拉伯世界,随后传至欧洲并产生巨大影响,所以took off的意思是大获成功,选择B。

  l5.C 【解析】本文讲述的是咖啡是如何影响历史进程的,C符合文章主旨。

  PartⅡVocabulary and Structure

  16.A 【解析】考查倒装。句意:我们不需要空调,我们也买不起。否定词在句首,句子倒装,B句子成分不全,CD没有倒装,所以选择A。

  17.A【解析】考查不定式与逻辑主语。句意:你能找个人和我一起打网球吗?句子成分完全,所以BD不正确,和……一起玩用play with,with不能省略。

  18.A 【解析】考查虚拟语气。句意:艾得佳生气地对他的老板说:“你太自以为是了,是时候让你自己意识到你不是世界上最重要的人了。”It is time that…结构中,用虚拟语气,从句中时态用一般过去式。

  19.C【解析】考查状语从句。本题考查条件状语从句,unless表示除非……句子意思是,除非从这些干扰中脱身,否则政府不能有效运转。

  20.A 【解析】考查固定用法。remember to d0,记得做某事。句意是如果我记得关窗子,小偷就进不来了。

  21.D 【解析】考查固定用法。句意:在英国,一年中最好的季节应该是晚春。latesprin9意为晚春。

  22.B 【解析】考查状语从句。句意:如果明天下雨,篮球比赛就得取消。本题考查条件状语从句中主将从现的用法,所以从句用一般现在时。

  23.A【解析】考查冠词。句意:太平洋西至南美、北美,东至亚洲和澳大利亚,是一个大海洋。大洲大洋是专有名词,需要加定冠词the,泛指一边大海用不定冠词a。

  24.B【解析】考查主谓一致。句意:托德和他的同伴们都不赞同雇主提出的解决方案。Neither…nor…意为既不……也不……,采用就近原则,所以动词用单数。

  25.D 【解析】考查虚拟语气。句意:要是我过去几个月努力学习就好了。但是我没有足够努力,没有通过数学考试。if only表示一种虚拟,in the past few months是完成时的标志,所以用过去完成时,选D。

  26.B【解析】考查动词短语。句意:我们都不知道变化是怎么发生的。come across偶遇;come about发生;come over过来;突然感到;come down下降;着陆;崩塌,综合句意选择B。

  27.B【解析】考查词汇。句意:春节的时候,鱼的价钱很高。修饰price用high/low。

  28.A 【解析】考查固定用法。lend sb.a hand是固定搭配,意思是伸出援手,帮助。句意:包太重了以致于她拿不动。他伸出了援手。

  29.D【解析】考查短语意义。point out指出。句意是您介意我指出您报告中的错误吗?

  30.D 【解析】考查短语意义。in general一般而言,总的来说;in a word总之;简言之;in detail详细地;in fact实际上;事实上。综合句意可以得知选D。句意:他们告诉我它可能便宜,但实际上花了我500美元。

  31.B【解析】考查固定用法。句意:发现有罪后,法官判他重刑。宣判用sentence。

  32.A 【解析】考查词汇题。句意是德国的法兰克福是西欧地区人口最稠密的地区。所以选A。

  33.B【解析】考查固定用法。句意:昨晚简没有时间去音乐会,因为她正忙于准备历史考试。be busy doin9…意为忙于做某事,主语和prepare的关系是主动的,所以选B。

  34.C 【解析】考查定语从句。本题考查的是将来完成时,句意为月底之前我们一定可以为这个问题找到一个令人满意的答案。

  35.D【解析】考查定语从句。which引导非限定性定语从句修饰前面整个句子,所以选D。

  36.A 【解析】考查定语从句。wh0引导定语从句修饰Linda。句意:琳达,在我隔壁住了十年,不久就要搬去另一个城市了。

  37.D【解析】考查名词性从句。游客们对他们在博物馆看到的感到非常吃惊。what同时作为主句的宾语和从句的宾语,所以选D。

  38.B 【解析】考查倒装。否定词谓语句首,句子倒装,情态动词Call要提前。句意:无论如何,司机都不会对这个事故负责。

  39.C【解析】考查非谓语动词。吉姆因为失误被朋友批评,感到很不高兴。句中出现by可知是被动关系所以用criticized。

  40.C【解析】考查介词。具体的时间用on来修饰。句意:我们的运动会计划在周六早上举行。

  41.D 【解析】考查固定用法。句意:你不能让情况变得更糟,你必须采取行动让它走上正规。take steps是固定用法,表示采取行动。

  42.A【解析】考查词汇。后文说了没有人知道,所以是一个迷,选A。句意:这些石头怎样被移到山顶的依然是一个谜,也就是说没有人知道。

  43.A 【解析】考查词汇题。句意是,M在全世界巡回演唱,用音乐舞蹈和流行来让听众开心。

  44.B【解析】考查词汇题。句意是,为了提高效率,工厂用机器人替代了大部分工人。

  45.D【解析】考查语境题。后文说他搬到郊区了,所以应该填一个否定的答案。句意:佛瑞德:嗨,保尔,你还在这附近住吗?保尔:没有,我搬到了郊区。

  Part Ⅲ Identification

  46.C 【解析】考查固定用法。Looking forward to中to是介词,所以walk应该改成Walk.in9。

  47.B 【解析】考查定语从句。why引导一个定语从句修饰reason,不能用which。

  48.B【解析】考查冠词。元音前面用an。

  49.B 【解析】考查动词。depend on中depend是动词,前面不需要are。

  50.B【解析】考查最高级。最高级只需要用一种方式修饰即可,去掉most。

  51.C【解析】考查代词。句子中代词指代不明,所以his改为their。

  52.A【解析】考查固定用法。feel like doing意为想要做某事。

  .53.A【解析】考查强调句。句子成分完全,是强调句,所以that应该改为it。

  54.B 【解析】考查数词。300的表述是three hundred of。

  55.D 【解析】考查固定用法。t}le 4-比较级…tlle+比较级,意为越……越……,the better应该在our之前。

  Part IV Cloze

  56.B【解析】表示轻微转折用while。

  57.A 【解析】句意是沿着未照亮的小路,沿着用alon9。

  58.C 【解析】句意是当我伫立在越南一座城市的街头时领悟了这个道理,when引导时间状语从句。

  59.A【解/断:]waiting for等待。look for寻找;expect for期盼;没有see for的搭配。

  60.D 【解析】句意是我丈夫在街对面等我。所以选D。

  61.B 【解析】后面说闻到了食物的香气,可以知道我饿了。

  62.C 【解析】crowded with意为挤满了,句意是挤满了摩托车,其他选项不符题意。

  63.A 【解析】后文出现了int0,同时表示一分为二,所以用dividin9。

  64.C 【解析IA加强;B推测;c表明;D表达。句子的意思是通路标志告诉你你在一个铺好的路上,所以选C。

  65.D【解析】句意是虽然信号灯变了,但是车流继续前进,所以选D。A项respond to回应;B项transform t0变为。

  66.B【解析】句意是好像司机们没看到一样。A尊重;B忽视;c记得;D误会,所以选B。

  67.C 【解析】take sb.’s aHn挽住某人的手臂。句中说一个绅士挽住了我的手臂,所以选C。

  68.B 【解析】not…but…不是……而是……句意是过马路不是问题,而是一场舞蹈。

  69.A 【解析】step off意思是(从高处)走下;从(飞机、汽车等)下来,其他选项不符合句意。

  70.A 【解析】心跳用beat,所以选择A。

  71.D 【解析】根据句意,司机们没有鸣笛或者喊叫,而是配合我们,所以选择instead of。

  72.C【解析】movement是动作的意思,文中是说我们没有突然的动作,所以我们顺利过来了。所以选择c。

  73.B【解析】我们是从车流中穿过,所以用through。

  74.D【解析】句子的意思是在我意识到之前我们就过去了,所以选择D。

  75.c 【解析】A.followin9跟随;B.considering考虑到;C.astonishin9令人吃惊的;D.appreciating欣赏。根据句意,在车流中穿行一定是令人惊讶的,所以选C。

  Part V Translation

  Section A

  76.船上4200名乘客中的大多数人都安全着陆了,但仍有30多人死于灾难。

  77.工人们一直在等待适宜的天气状况,以进行扶正操作。

  78.你会为一个视你为二等公民的国家出生人死么?

  79.士兵们被种族完全隔离,两个种族不交流,不沟通。

  80.从更广泛的意义来说,它塑造了我们的历史,并将继续塑造我们的文化。

  Section B

  81. They are late again as usual.

  82. They don't know how to deal with pressure.

  83. The kids visited a farm during the summer vacation.

  84. The film that I saw yesterday was adapted from a real story.

  85. We are hurrying to the airport to pick up Mr. Smith.

 

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