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河南专升本英语阅览部分【解题练习】1-8

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A very strict officer was talking to some new soldiers whom he had to train. He had never seen them before, so began, “My name is Stone, and I’m even harder than stone, so do what I tell you or there’ll be trouble. Don’t try any tricks (狡计) with me, and then we’ll get on well together.”
    Then he went to each soldier one after the other and asked him his name, “Speak loudly so that everyone can hear you clearly,”he said, “and don’t forget to call me ‘sir’.”
    Each soldier told him name, until he came to the last one. This man remained silent. and so Captain Stone shouted at him, “when I ask you a question, answer it! I’ll ask you againWhat’s your name, soldier?”
    The soldier was very unhappy, but at last he replied, “My name’s Stonebreaker, sir,” he said nervously (严重地).
1. The officer was strict
   A. because the soldiers were new.     B. with any of his soldiers, new or old.
   C. because he was named Stone.      D. only when he was before soldiers.
2. According to what the officer said,
   A. obeying his orders would sometimes bring no trouble.
   B. trouble would come if anybody made tricks.
   C. he always got on well with his soldiers.
   D. he often had trouble with his soldiers.
3. The last soldier remained silent because
   A. he didn’t like the way the officer spoke to them.
   B. he wanted to see what would happen if he disobeyed his order.
   C. the question was difficult for him to answer.
   D. he was afraid the officer would be angry when he heard his name.
4. According to the officer, how to answer the question,“How old are you ?”
   A. (sadly)Twenty, sir.               B. (clearly)Twenty.
   C. (loudly)Twenty, sir               D. (quickly)Ten years younger than you, sir
5. Which is the best title (标题) for the passage?
   A. A Clever Answer      B. A Terrible Answer
   C. A Sorry Answer       D. A Strange Answer

 
    Paul couldn’t sleep last night. He woke up early and sat up, and then he lay down again. He felt terrible. “I must be sick,” he thought. “but I must study for that test.”
    He got up and looked for his history notebook. He finally found it under a pile of clothes on a chair. He went over his history notes, but he couldn’t remember any of the facts in the notes. “What shall I do?” he thought. He felt terrible.
    Just then Paul’s telephone rang. He put down his notebook and picked up the telephone.
    “Good morning,” Jack’s voice said, “You must be wrong about that test.”
    “What do you mean?” Paul asked weakly.
    “We’re not going to have the test today.” Jack said. “I wrote down the date in my notebook. The test will be next Wednesday; it isn’t today. How do you feel this morning?”
    “Fine,” said Paul. “Just fine!” Suddenly he really felt fine.
1. Paul felt uneasy because he 
   A. was seriously ill.                   B. was too tired.     
   C. was worried about the coming test.     D. couldn’t find his history notebook.
2. It seemed that Paul
   A. was good at history.                 B. liked to study history.
   C. lost interest in history.               D. was ready for the history test.
3. What made Paul feel fine at once?
   A. The telephone call.             B. the coming test.
   C. Jack’s notebook               D. The fact that the test was not to be given that day.
4. “How do you feel this morning?” From this question we can see Jack
   A. knew Paul.                         B. knew Paul very well.
   C. wanted to help Paul with his history.     D. would lend Paul his notebook..
5. We can guess from the passage that
   A. Jack was as poor at history as Paul.     B. Jack was as good at history as Paul.
   C. Jack was better at history than Paul.     D. Jack was poorer at history than Paul.

 
    The Antarctica is a actually a desert. It is the only continent on the earth without a river or a lake.
    The Antarctica is all ice all year round. The warmest temperature ever recorded (所记载的) there is zero, at the South Pole. Explorers (探险家) used to think that a place so cold would have a heavy snowfall. But less than ten inches of snow falls each year. That is less than half an inch of water. Ten times that much moisture (水份) falls in parts of the Sahara.
    The little snow that falls in Antarctica never melts (消融). It continues to pile up deeper and deeper year after year and century after century. When the snow gets to be about eighty feet deep it is turned to ice by the weight of snow above it .
1. Antarctica is called a desert because it 
   A. is sandy.                              B. has the same temperature as a desert.
   C. has little moisture and no lakes or rivers.     D. there are no people there.
2. Antarctica has 
   A. ten times as much moisture as the Sahara.
   B. the same amount of moisture as the Sahara.
   C. about one—tenth of the moisture of the Sahara.
   D. none of the above.
3. The snow in Antarctica is very deep because it 
   A. never stops falling.                   B. piles up year after year.
   C. never melts.                         D. both B and C.
4. The snow turns to ice when
   A. it gets wet.                         B. the next snowfall comes.
   C. the temperature gets colder.            D. the snow above it is heavy enough.
5. The best title (标题) for the passage is 
   A. A Strange Continent                   B. An Ice Continent 
   C. Snowfall at the South Pole              D. The World’s Desert


    一名十分严厉的军官正在和一些他有必要练习的新战士攀谈。他从来没有见过他,所以开端,我的姓名是石头,我乃至比石头更难,所以我告知你或许会有费事。不要和我一同测验任何狡计,然后咱们会一同得到好的。“ 
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