天一教育-安徽专升本专业培训机构
当前位置: 主页 > 试题中心 >

2015年普通专升本《大学英语》完型填空练习题

时间:2014-09-21 12:27来源:未知 作者:admin 点击:
The first and smallest unit that can be discussed in relation to language is the word. In speaking, the choice of words is 1 the utmost importance. Proper selection will eliminate one source of _2 breakdown in the communication cycle. Too o

       The first and smallest unit that can be discussed in relation to language is the word. In speaking, the choice of words is 1 the utmost importance. Proper selection will eliminate one source of _2 breakdown in the communication cycle. Too often, careless use of words 3 a meeting of the mind of the speaker and listener. The words used by the speaker may 4 unfavorable reactions in the listener 5 interfere with his comprehension; hence, the transmission-reception system breaks down.

  6 , inaccurate or indefinite words may make 7 difficult for the listener to understand the 8 _ which is being transmitted to him. The speaker who does not have specific words in working vocabulary may be 9 to explain or describe in a 10 that can be understood by listeners.

  l. [A]of [B]at [C]for [D]on

  2. [A] inaccessible [B] timely [C] likely [D]invalid

  3. [A] encourages [B] prevents [C] destroys [D]offers

  4. [A] pass out [B] take away [C] back up [D]stir up

  5. [A] who [B] as [C] which [D]what

  6. [A] Moreover [B] However [C] Preliminarily [D] Unexpectedly

  7. [A] that [B]it [C] so [D] this

  8. [A] speech [B] sense [C] message [D] meaning

  9. [A] obscure [B] difficult [C] impossible [D] unable

  10. [A] case [B] means [C] method [D] way

  l.[A] 2. [C] 3. [B] 4.[D] 5. [C] 7. [A] 8. [C] 9. [D] 10. [D]

  5

  Although interior design has existed since the beginning of architecture, its development into a specialized field is really quite recent. Interior designers have become important partly because of the many functions that might be 1 in a single large building.

  The importance of interior design becomes evident when we realize how much time we _ 2 surrounded by four walls. Whenever we need to be indoors, we want our surroundings to be as attractive and comfortable as possible. We also expect 3 place to be appropriate to its use. You would be shocked if the inside of your bedroom were suddenly changed to look 4 the inside of a restaurant. And you wouldn't feel 5 in a business office that has the appearance of a school.

  It soon becomes clear that the interior designer's most important basic 6 is the function of the particular space. For example, a theater with poor sight

  lines, poor sound-shaping qualities, and 7 few entries and exits will not work for its purpose, no matter ho w beautifully _8 . Nevertheless, for any kind of space, the designer has to make many of the same it might be kind of 9 . He or she must coordinate the shapes, lighting and decoration of everything from ceiling to floor. 10 addition, the designer must usually select furniture or design built-in furniture, according to the functions that need to be served.

  1. [A] consisted [B] contained [C] composed [D] comprised

  2. [A] spend [B] require [C] settle [D] retain

  3. [A] some [B]any [C] this [D] each

  4. [A] like [B] for [C] at [D]into

  5. [A] correct [B] proper [C] right [D] suitable

  6. [A] care [B] concern [C] attention [D] intention

  7. [A] too [B] quite [C]a [D] far

  8. [A] painted [B] covered [C] ornamented [D] decorated

  9. [A] solutions [B]conclusions [C] decisions [D] determinations

  10. [A] For [B]In [C]As [D] With

  1-5: BAD AC 6-10: BADCB

  7

  The government is to ban payments to witnesses by newspapers seeking to buy up people involved in prominent cases such as the trial of Rosemary West.

  In a significant 1 of legal controls over the press, Lord Irvine, the Lord Chancellor, will introduce a 2 bill that will propose making payments to witnesses illegal and will strictly control the amount of 3 that can be given to a case before a trial begins.

  In a letter to Gerald Kaufman, chairman of the House of Commons Media Select Committee, Lord Irvine said he 4 with a committee report this year which said that self regulation did not offer sufficient control.

  5 of the letter came two days after Lord Irvine caused a storm of media protest when he said the 6 of privacy controls contained in European legislation would be left to judges rather than to Parliament.

  The Lord Chancellor said introduction of the Human Rights Bill, which European Convention on Human Rights legally binding in Britain, laid down that everybody was 8 to privacy and that public figures could go to court to protect themselves and their families. "Press freedoms will be in safe hands with our British judges," he said.

  Witness payments became an 9 after West was sentenced to 10 life sentences in 1995.

  Up to 19 witnesses were said to have received payments for telling their stories to newspapers. Concerns were raised 10 witnesses might be encouraged to exaggerate their stories in court to ensure guilty verdicts.

  1. [A] tightening [B] intensifying [C] focusing [D] fastening

  2. [A] sketch [B] rough [C] preliminary [D] draft

  3. [A] publicity [B] penalty [C] popularity [D] peculiarity

  4. [A] sided [B] shared [C] complied [D] agreed

  5. [A] Release [B] Publication [C] Printing [D] Exposure

  6. [A] translation [B] interpretation [C] exhibition [D] demonstration

  7. [A] changes [B] makes [C] sets [D] turns

  8. [A] authorized [B] credited [C] entitled [D] qualified

  9. [A] impact [B] incident [C] inference [D] issue

  10. [A] what [B] when [C] which [D] that

  1---5: ADADB 6--10: BBCDD
 

(责任编辑:admin)
顶一下
(0)
0%
踩一下
(0)
0%
------分隔线----------------------------