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2014年公共英语二级考试(pets2)考前冲刺卷(1)

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    120 分钟
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    7 道题
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外语类->公共英语

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第三部分 阅读理解
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组合题
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20
第一节 短文改错(76~85题)
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未指定技能
组合题
1
10
第二节  书面表达
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第一部分:第三部分 阅读理解 (共5道题) 展开全部
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回答各题
Computer programmer David earns $ 40,000 a year designing new computer games, yet he cannot find a bank to let him have a credit card. Instead, he has been told to wait another two years until he is 18. The 16-year-old works for a small firm in Liverpool. David' s firm releases two new games for the fast growing computer market each month.
But David' s biggest headache is what to do with his money. Even though he earns a lot, he cannot drive a car, take out a mortgage (抵押贷款), or get credit cards. "I got the job because the people who run the firm knew I had already written some programs. " he said. David spends some of his money on records and clothes, and gives his mother 50 pounds a week. "Unfortunately,computing was not part of our studies at school," he said; "but I had been studying it in books and magazines for four years in my spare time. I knew what I wanted to do and never considered staying on at school. " David added, "I would like to earn a million and I suppose early retirement is a possibility. You never know when the market might disappear. "
1 [ 单选题 ] (1.0分) 未指定技能
In what way is David different from people of his age?
  • A
    He often goes out with friends.
  • B
    He lives with his mother.
  • C
    He has a handsome income.
  • D
    He graduated with six O-levels.
2 [ 单选题 ] (1.0分) 未指定技能
What is one of the problems that David is facing now?
  • A
    He is too young to get a credit card.
  • B
    He has no time to learn driving.
  • C
    He has very little spare time.
  • D
    He will soon lose his job.
3 [ 单选题 ] (1.0分) 未指定技能
Why was David able to get the job in.the company?
  • A
    He had done well in all his exams.
  • B
    He had written some computer programs.
  • C
    He was good at playing computer games.
  • D
    He had learnt to use computers at school.
4 [ 单选题 ] (1.0分) 未指定技能
Why did David decide to leave school and start working?
  • A
    He received lots of job offers.
  • B
    He was eager to help his mother.
  • C
    He lost interest in school studies.
  • D
    He wanted to earn his own living.
2 [ 组合题 ] (4.0分) 未指定技能
回答各题
Roben spring a 19th century forger(伪造者),did well in his job mat he was able to make his living for l5 years by selling false signatures of famous Americans.Spring was bom in Englandin l813 aIld arriVed in Philadelphia in l858 to open a bookstore. At first he made some money byselling his small but real collection of early US autographs(亲笔签名).Discovering his ability atcopying handwritin9,he began t01eam the signatures of George Washington and Ben Franklin aIldwrite mem on me title pages of old books.To reduce the chance of being discoVered,he sent hisworks to England and Canada for sale.
Forgers haVe a dimcult tiIne selling their products. A forger can’t go to a respectable buyerbut must deal with people who don’t have much knowledge in the field.Forgers haVe many waysto make their works look real.F()r example,they buy 01d books to use the aged paper of me titlepage,and they treat paper alld ink with chemicals.
After the Civil War,Britain was still fond of me soumem states,so,Spring inVented a re-spectable lady kllown as Miss FaIlny Jackson,me only daughter of General“Stone Wall”Jackson.For several years Miss Fanny’s money problems forced her to seH a great number of letters belong-ing to her famnous father.Spring had to work very hard to satisfy the demaIld.All this actiVity didnot preVent Spring dying in poVerty.
1 [ 单选题 ] (1.0分) 未指定技能
Why did Spring sell his false autographs in England and Canada?
  • A
    There was a greater demand tllere  than in America.
  • B
    There was less chance of being  discoVered mere.
  • C
    Britain was Sprin9’s birthplace.
  • D
    The prices were higher in  England  and Canada.
2 [ 单选题 ] (1.0分) 未指定技能
Robert Spring spent l5 years_________.
  • A
    mnning a bookstore in  Philadelphia
  • B
    writin91etters to Miss Fanny  Jackson
  • C
    as a forger
  • D
    as a respectable seller
3 [ 单选题 ] (1.0分) 未指定技能

According to the passage,forgers are usually sold to_________.
  • A
    experts
  • B
    persons who aren ’t experts
  • C
    book seuers
  • D
    owners of old books
4 [ 单选题 ] (1.0分) 未指定技能

Who was Miss Fanny Jackson?
  • A
    The only daughter of  General“Stone Wall” Jackson
  • B
    A lime known girl who sold her  famer’s letters to Robert Spring.
  • C
    Robert spring’s daughter.
  • D
    An imaginary person created by  spring.
3 [ 组合题 ] (4.0分) 未指定技能
回答各题
Millions of hamburgers are eaten by people in every corner of the world every day. Together with hot dogs and Coca-Cola, hamburgers have been the most important American contribution(贡献) to international eating habits .
The name "hamburger" has nothing to do with ham( 火腿). It is believed that the hamburger was first brought to the United States by Germans from the city of Hamburg some time in the 1850s. From then on the hamburger became a kind of popular American fast food.
Now young people in Asia, Europe and South America have learned to eat while on the move;a hamburger in one hand and a soft drink in the other. There have been cries to anger from Italy and Spain about the shortening of the usual lunch break. Instead, young people have discovered a lunch for which they don't have to stop at all.
However, there are clouds over the hamburger-' s world. People who concern about health dislike the high animal fat in the hamburger. They think the time saved seems a high price to pay for poor health. The packages in which hamburgers are usually served are causing serious pollution problems in many large cities. Big hamburger companies are destroying large areas of South American rainforest to produce the cheap meat they need. So, will the hamburger celebrate its next century?
1 [ 单选题 ] (1.0分) 未指定技能
In which way do hamburgers change people' s eating habits?
  • A
    People can have their meals at any time of the daY.
  • B
    They can be served in any restaurant.
  • C
    People can have them with soft drinks.
  • D
    Meal time can be greatly reduced.
2 [ 单选题 ] (1.0分) 未指定技能
The hamburger, as a kind of popular American fast food, __________.
  • A
    has a history of over one hundred years
  • B
    was brought to Europe in the 1850s
  • C
    is usually eaten with the hot dog
  • D
    is better served in Hamburg
3 [ 单选题 ] (1.0分) 未指定技能
Which of the following is TRUE according to the passage?
  • A
    Young people in Europe don't stop to buy hamburgers.
  • B
    It is suggested that hamburgers be eaten with both hands.
  • C
    Some people in Europe don' t like to reduce their lunch break.
  • D
    Young people in many countries are learning how to eat in their cars.
4 [ 单选题 ] (1.0分) 未指定技能
The writer doesn' t believe that __________.
  • A
    packages for hamburgers are polluting many big cities
  • B
    hamburgers will remain popular for the following 100 years
  • C
    the meat in hamburgers can cause health problems
  • D
    cattle raising leads to the destroying of rainforest
4 [ 组合题 ] (4.0分) 未指定技能
回答各题
8:30 P.M. Outlook
Outlook is back with a new series of reports to keep you update with all that' s new in fheworld of entertainment. Stories go all the way from the technical to the romantic, from stage toscreen. There will be reports of the stars of the moment, the stars of the future and the stars of thepast. The director with his new film, the designer with the latest fashion, and the musician with thepopular song are part of the new Outlook. The program is introduced by Fran Levine.
9:00 P.M.DiscoveryWhen a 10-year-old boy gets a first-class degree in mathematics or an 8-year-old plays chess like a future grand master, they are considered as geniuses. Where does the quality of geniusescome from? Is it all in the genes or can any child be turned into a genius? And if parents do have achild who might become a genius in the future, what should they do? In this 30-minute film. BarryJohnson, the professor at School of Medicine, New York University will help you discover the an-swer.
10:00 P. M.
Science & Health
Is it possible to beat high blood pressure without drugs? The answer is "yes", according to theresearchers at Johns Hopking and three other medical centres. After a study of 800 persons with highblood pressure, they found that after 6 months those devoted to weight loss exercise and eating alow-salt, low-fat food--lost about 13 pounds and became fitter. Plus,35% of them dropped into the"normal" category(范凑)This week, Dr. Alan Duckworth will tell you how these people reducetheir blood pressure to a level similar to what' s achieved with Hypertension drugs.
1 [ 单选题 ] (1.0分) 未指定技能
The main purpose of writing these three texts is__________.
  • A
    to invite people to see films
  • B
    to invite people to topic discussions
  • C
    to attract more students to attend lectures
  • D
    to attract more people to watch TV programs
2 [ 单选题 ] (1.0分) 未指定技能
Who will be most probably interested in Discovery?
  • A
    Parents who want to send their children to a school of medicine.
  • B
    Children who are good at mathematics.
  • C
    Parents who want their children to become another Albert Einstein.
  • D
    Children who are interested in playing chess.
3 [ 单选题 ] (1.0分) 未指定技能
In Science & Health, "Johns Hopking" is_________.
  • A
    a famous university
  • B
    a medical centre
  • C
    a well-known doctor
  • D
    a drug company
4 [ 单选题 ] (1.0分) 未指定技能
Accordjng t0Ⅱ1e mird text,which of me following has almost tlle same effect as Hypertension dlllgs?
  • A
    Exercise  plus a healtlly diet.
  • B
    Loss  of thirteen pounds in weight.
  • C
    six  months of exercise wimout drugs.
  • D
    Low—salt and low—fat food.
5 [ 组合题 ] (4.0分) 未指定技能
回答各题
“How far is it to me next village?”the American asks a man sitting by the side of me road.Insome countries,because ttle man realizes mat the traveler is tired and eager to get to his destination(目的地),he will politely say“Just down the road”.He tllinks this is more encouraging,gent-ler,and therefore the wanted answer.So the American ddves mrough me night,getting more andⅡlore aIlgfy,feeling“tricked”.He minks the man purposely cheated hiIll,for obViously he musthave known the distance quite weU.
Had conditions been turned over,me American would have felt he was“cheating"the driver ifhe had said the next town was close when he knew it was really l5111iles funher on.Though,he,t00,would be sympathetic(同情的)to me weary driver ,he would say“You haVe a good way to goyet;it is at least l5 miles”.The driver might be disappointed,but he would know What to expect.Whether to be concect or polite leads to many misunderstaIldings between people of differem cultures.If you are aware of the situation in advance,it is sometimes easier to recogllize tlle pmblem.
1 [ 单选题 ] (1.0分) 未指定技能
rnle man at the madside tells the Americall it is close to吐le next village because_________.
  • A
    he is playing a tick on him
  • B
    the American expects me answer
  • C
    he doesn’t know me exact  distallce at all
  • D
    he wants to encourage him to go  further
2 [ 单选题 ] (1.0分) 未指定技能
We learn this passage that AInericans_________.
  • A
    are good at cheating
  • B
    are p01ite to aIlybody
  • C
    are sympathetic but honest
  • D
    haVe no sympathy for others
3 [ 单选题 ] (1.0分) 未指定技能

If you ask an American how far it is from the next ViUage,he will_________.
  • A
    teu you the exact distaIlce if he  knows it
  • B
    tell you it is close although he  knows it isn’t
  • C
    say tllat he doesn’t lmow and  encourage you to go on
  • D
    decide whetller you are tired or  not,and then giVe you an answer
4 [ 单选题 ] (1.0分) 未指定技能

The short passage advises us to_________.
  • A
    be polite but honest to  foreigners
  • B
    learn customs of different  countries
  • C
    deci(1e whemer to be p01ite  according to different cultIlres
  • D
    tell more tnlms to Americans than  to people from other countries
第二部分:第一节 短文改错(76~85题) (共1道题) 展开全部
1 [ 组合题 ] (10.0分) 未指定技能
回答各题
When the sun started to set, Jim headed for home. He had hunted long enough:..Just thenhe saw there was, 30 feet in front of him, a wolf.When the sun started to set, Jim headed
for home. He had hunted long enough:..Just then
he saw there was, 30 feet in front of him, a wolf.
Jim looked around. There were other wolfs in the 76.__________
woods in his right, who were waiting for their 77.__________
leader move. The boy did not lift his gun. His 78.__________
heart beaten like a drun (鼓). Jim walked on 79.__________
with the leader wolf in front and others behind following him. 80.__________
The leader wolf was full of the fright in back of Jim. Suddenly Jim 81.__________
turned back and shot at the front wolf. Then the others 82.__________
stopped short, and Jim started to run. He looked back 83.__________
and saw the beasts stand around the dead body of 84.__________
their leader. Without their leader, they were 85.__________
so brave.
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第三部分:第二节  书面表达 (共1道题) 展开全部
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假设你是王霞,计算机专业,即将毕业,现在想要申请去美国留学,就此写一封100词左右的英文申请信。要点:
1.简单的自我介绍
2.申请理由
注意:可以适当添加细节,以使行文连贯。

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