2017-11-24 Friday

专升本英语强化练习3

作者:文献建设部    时间:2017-09-21

                                强化练习

语法练习:

1. Peter felt lonely at first, but after a time he got ______alone and even enjoyed it.
    A. used to living  B. using to live
    C. used to live    D. to be used to living
2. I felt so embarrassed that I couldn’t do anything but _____ there.
    A. to sit   B. sitting    C. sat    D. sit 
3. When I got my first job, I ______ early.
    A. could get up              B. used to getting up
    C. was used to get up        D. used to get up
4. William suggested _______ a party for Elizabeth who was going to retire soon.
    A. held    B. to hold    C. holding    D. holds
5. All my friends said that the film was worth ________.
    A. see      B. to see     C. to be seeing    D. seeing
6. Although _______ ten tears ago, the machine is still in good condition.
    A. make   B. makes   C. made   D. making
7. John found ______ difficult to pass the entrance examination.
    A. it     B. this    C. that    D. what
8. ______ more time, he will make a first-class tennis player sooner or later.
    A. Giving   B. To give   C. Given   D. Be given
9. He clearly remembers ________ by the window watching people outside rushing to their office.
    A. having stood  B. standing  C. to stand  D. to be standing
10. I stayed up all night ______ to find a new solution to the problem.
    A. trying    B. have tried   C. try   D. tried
11. The whole class couldn’t help _______ when they saw the haircut of their new classmate.
    A. to laugh  B. laughing  C. laughed  D. to be laughing
12. It takes courage for one ________ the huge task.
    A. to be faced up to    B. facing up to
    C. faces up to          D. to face up to
13. _______ from the moon, our earth, with water _______ seventy percent of its surface, appears as a “blue ball”.
    A. Seen, covering       B. Seen, covered
    C. Seeing, covering     D. Seeing, covered
14. My children are looking forward to ______ a trip to Beijing next month.
    A. make   B. making   C. be making   D. having made
15. Smith regretted ______ to the meeting yesterday.
    A. not going B. not having been going  C. not to go  D. not to be going 
16. _______ how to operate a switchboard, I had to ask the office supervisor to show me the correct procedures.
    A. Not known  B. Not to know  C. Not knowing  D. Having not known
17. When he was in the middle school, he ______ half an hour reading aloud every morning.
    A. used to spend        B. was used to spend
    C. used to spending     D. was used to spending
18. It’s no good _______ to his proposal because he will never change his mind.
    A. object  B. to object  C. objecting  D. to have objected
19. Most of the students are said to ______ the proposed new training system.
    A. object   B. oppose   C. disagree   D. opposite
20. _______ she realized it was too late to go home.
    A. No sooner it grew dark than      B. Hardly did it grow dark that
    C. Scarcely had it grown dark than  D. It was not until dark that


词汇及短语练习:

1. This popular sports car is now being ________ at the rate of a thousand a week.
    A. turned down  B. turned out  C. turned up  D. turned on
2. There is no _______ to the house from the main road.
    A. access         B. avenue       C. exposure       D. edge  
3. Eating too much fat can _______ heart disease and cause high blood pressure.
    A. attribute to   B. attend to   C. contribute to  D. devote to
4. He will surely finish the job on time _________ he’s left to do it in his own way.
    A. in that    B. in case     C. as far as    D. so long as 
5. I suggested he should _______ himself to his new conditions.
    A. adopt    B. regulate    C. suit    D. adapt
6. The British constitution is ______ a large extent a product of the historical events described above.
    A. within     B. to     C. by     D. at
7. I didn’t know the word. I had to ________ a dictionary.
    A. loom out   B. make out    C. refer to    D. go over
8. I have no objection ________ your story again.
    A. to hear  B. to hearing  C. to having heard  D. to have heard
9. In Britain people _______ four million tons of potatoes every year.
    A. swallow      B. dispose      C. consume     D. exhaust
10. The director was critical _______ the way we were doing the work.
    A. at        B. in       C. of      D. with
11. He is _______ about his chances of winning a gold medal in the Olympics next year.
    A. optimist    B. optional    C. outstanding    D. obvious
12. I don’t mind _______ the decision as long as it is not too late.
    A. you to delay making         B. your delaying making
    C. your delaying to make       D. you delay to make
13. In no country_____ Britain, it has been said, can one experience four seasons in the course of a single day. 
    A. other than  B. more than  C. better than  D. rather than
14. Tony is very disappointed _____ the results of the exam.
    A. with     B. for    C. toward    D. on
15. None of us expected the chairman to ______ at the party. We thought he was still in hospital.
    A. turn in    B. turn over    C. turn up    D. turn down
16. She spent most of last week _______ backwards and forward between her home and the hospital.
    A. to travel   B. traveling   C. traveled    D. on traveling 
17. Although they plant trees in this area every year, the tops of some hills are still _______.
    A. bare      B. vacant      C. blank      D. hollow
18. I’d _______ his reputation with other farmers and business people in the community and then make a decision about whether or not to approve a loan.
    A. take into account        B. account for
    C. make up for              D. make out
19. Don’t get your schedule _______; stay with us in this class.
    A. to change    B. changed    C. changing    D. change
20. Would you be ______ kind as to step this way, please?
    A. as       B. very       C. too     D. so


阅读练习:

   We find that bright children are rarely held back by mixed-ability teaching. On the contrary, both their knowledge and experience are enriched. We feel that there are many disadvantages in streaming (把----按能力分班) pupils . It does not take into account the fact that children develop at different rates. It can have a bad effect on both the bright and the not-so-bright child. After all, it can be quite discouraging to be at the bottom of the top grade!
   Besides, it is rather unreal to grade pupils just according to their intellectual ability. This is only one aspect of their total personality. (83) We are concerned to develop the abilities of all our pupils to the full, not just their academic ability. We also value personal qualities and social skills, and we find that mixed-ability teaching contributes to all these aspects of learning.
   In our classrooms, we work in various ways .The pupils often work in groups: this gives them the opportunity to learn to co-operate, to share, and to develop leadership skills. (84) They also learn how to cope with personal problems as well as learning how to think, to make decisions, to analyze and evaluate, and to communicate effectively. The pupils learn from each other as well as from the teacher.
   Sometimes the pupils work in pairs; sometimes they work on individual tasks and assignment, and they can to this at their own speed. They also have some formal class teaching when this is appropriate. We encourage our pupils to use the library, and we teach them the stills they need in order to do this efficiently. An advanced pupil can do advanced work: it does not matter what age the child is. We expect our pupils to do their best, not their least, and we give them every encouragement to attain this goal.
51. In the passage the author’s attitude towards “mixed-ability teaching” is __________.
    A. critical        B. approving              C. questioning          D. objective
52. By “held back” (line 1, Para .1) the author means ___________.
    A. made to remain in the same classes    B. forced to study in the lower classes
    C. drawn to their studies                       D. prevented from advancing
53. The author argues that a teacher’s chief concern should be the development of the student’s___________.
    A. Personal qualities and social skills learning ability and communicative skills
    B. Total personality learning ability and communicative skills

C. learning ability and communicative skills        

 D. intellectual ability

54. Which of following is NOT MENTIONED in the third paragraph?
    A. Group work gives pupils the opportunity to learn to work together with other.
    B. Pupils also learn to develop their reasoning abilities.
    C .Group work provides pupils with the opportunity to learn to be capable organizers.
    D .Pupils also learn how to participate in teaching activities,
55. The author’ purpose in writing this passage is to __________.
    A. argue for teaching bright and not-so-bright pupils in the same class
    B. recommend pair work and group work for classroom activities
    C. offer advice on the proper use of the library
    D. emphasize the importance of appropriate formal classroom teaching


完型练习:

   Britain was a wealthy country a hundred and fifty years 61. There were a 62 very rich people 63 received money from land or investment, and did not need to work.
They used to have large 64 of servants to look 65 them. There were also many middle class people, who worked as businessmen or as doctors or lawyers. They usually had several servants to 66 their houses and cook their meals. 
But there were also many poor people, and there was a big 67 between the rich and the poor.
   The poor had very difficult lives. Many worked as servants. They used to be 68 little, and they had to work long hours. But at least they lived in warm house and were well 69.
   70 who worked in factories were often less 71. They used to work many hours a day, in dangerous and unhealthy conditions. But, even so, they did not use to 72 enough to feed their families. They often lived in slums which were built cheaply by the factory owners.
   The 73 paid people were those who worked 74 the farms. At certain times of the year, they did not use to earn 75 because there was no work 76 them to do.
Life for the poor was not was not always bad. There kind farmers and factory owners who helped there workers. And many people were 77 about the poor.  One of them was Charles Dickens, the famous British writer. When he was young, his family was always short 78    money. His father was a clerk, who used to 79 more than he earned. When Dickens was eleven, his father was 80to prison, and Dickens had to work in a factory. At this time, very young children used to work in factories and mines, and clean chimneys.

61 .A. ago      B early     C. before   D. Soon     

62. A. little    B. much         C. few        D. many

63. A. which    B. what    C. who   D. Whose     

64. A. amounts   B. numbers     C. deals     D. plenties

65. A. after    B. for       C. at       D. Like        

66. A. clear    B. clean         C sweeten      D. declare

67. A. space    B. room   C. gap    D. Distance   

68. A. got        B. received         C accepted      D. paid

69. A. kept       B. fed        C. felt     D. Lived     

70. A. These      B. Those        C. This           D. That

71. A. fortunate   B. favorable  C. favorite  D. Financial  

72. A. engage   B. eliminate   C. earn  D. learn

73. A. bad     B. worse    C. good     D. Fewest       

74. A. in          B. on            C. at           D. above

   75. A. something  B. everything  C. nothing  D. Anything 
   76. A. for        B. of          C. as        D. to
   77. A. considered  B. concerned   C. convinced D. Contributed 
   78. A. of     B. to     C. in     D. at
   79. A. cost     B. spend       C. waste      D. Lend     
   80. A. sent    B. brought     C. pulled   D. entered