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2011年5月北京自考学位英语真题(五)

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2011年5月北京自考学位英语真题(五)

Part III Identification (10%)

Directions: Each of the following sentences has four underlined parts marked A, B, C and D. Identify the one that is not correct. Then blacken the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet.

46. I like this house with a beautiful garden in front, but I don't have enough money to buy that.

47. I invited Joe and Linda as well as Tom to dinner, but neither of them came.

48. You can arrive in Beijing earlier for the meeting though you don't mind taking the night train.

49. Why not stay at home since that the road is so slippery after the heavy snow?

50. Look out! Don't get too close to the house that roof is under repair.

51. Some children want to challenge themselves by learning a language different from which their parents speak at home.

52.But for the help of my English teacher, I would not win the first prize in the English Writing Competition.

53.Those brave army soldiers would rather die with their heads high than lived with their knees bent.

54. No sooner had Professor Smith begun to speak when some noise arose from the audience.

55.It is no good try to remember grammatical rules. You need to practice what you have learned.

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 mysterious tiger has been a symbol of power and strength for centuries. Its power is a 56 to hunters, 57 have tried to kill it to prove their own skill and 58 . In India 59 the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, large parties of 60 from around the world 61 go out on huge tiger hunts. Hundreds’ of tigers could be killed in a few weeks. As a 62 of this over-hunting, 63 with loss of habitat (栖息地), the population of tigers in India dropped from about 40,000 64 the turn of the twentieth century to about 2,000 by 1972.

With the help of India and other concerned countries, the World Wildlife Fund 65 Operation Tiger in 1972 to save the tiger 66 dying out. Since then, seventeen tiger preserves (保护区) have been 67 , and the tiger population in India has risen to 68 4,000 and 5,000.

But when people live on the 69 of the tiger preserves, tigers sometimes kill their farm animals and attack people --about 600 people in India have been killed by tigers in the last dozen years. 70 tigers do not eat humans. But “old, wounded and homeless” tigers can become habitual (习惯的) man-eaters. In one area in India, villagers have 71 a clever solution. They wire lifelike human dummies (假人) to electricity 72 the tigers get a(n) 73 shock when they attack. It is hoped that in this way tigers will learn to 74 people. But the conflict between human and tiger 75 . Only if people have enough food, shelter and fuel will the tiger survive in the long run. And only if the tiger and its forest survive will people have a natural world they can return to.

56. A. succession B. challenge C. guarantee D. intelligence

57. A. that B. which C. who D. those

58. A. bravery B. intention C. ambition D. harmony

59. A. on B. throughout C. with D. for

60. A. statesmen B.salesmen C. sportsmen D. chairmen

61. A. had better B. would rather C. ought to D. used to

62. A. result B. condition C. lack D. cause

63. A. provided B, guided C. perceived D. combined

64. A. with B. for C. at D. in

65. A. fastened B. founded C. surveyed D. interfered

66. A. through B. from C. away D. out

67. A. set up B. stood up C. paid back D. hold back

68. A. among B. through C. between D. from

69. A. edge B. back C. front D. center

70. A. Occasionally B. Usually C. Rarely D. Repeatedly

71. A. looked up to B. passed by C. kept in touch with D. come up with

72. A. as soon as B. so that C. as long as D. for fear that

73. A. delicate B. sensitive C. electric D. magnificent

74. A. protect B. attack C. avoid D. penetrate

75. A. remains B. removes C. releases D. relieves

参考答案:

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