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2007年10月自考英语(一)00012真题.doc.doc

www.4juan.com自考及各类其他考试历年试题免费免注册下载超过2万套word文档试题和答案2007年10月自考英语(一)试题1做试题,没答案上自考365,网校名师为你详细解答2007年10月自考英语(一)试题网站上我找不到此版本文字版的,都是图片,我照着图片打吧,呵呵。4juan.com首打哦,sotired。I.1.Tosomeextentthegoodserviceatthehotel_____thepoorfood.A.broughtoutB.cameaboutC.gotdowntoD.madeupfor2.Ifyou________intakingthisattitude,wellhavetoaskyoutoleave.A.insistB.resistC.persistD.exist3.Hell________hisnervousnessoncehesonstage.A.getoverB.getoffC.getoutD.getthrough4.Attheageoffourteen,Maggiewenttoa________girlsschoolalongwithhersister.A.nearB.nearbyC.closeD.neighbor5.MirandahappilyacceptedaninvitationtolunchatRules,her________restaurant.A.popularB.preferredC.favoredD.favorite6.Werequestthatallcellphones________forthedurationoftheperformance.A.beturnedoffB.shouldturnoffC.oughttobeturnedoffD.tobeturnedoff7.Whowasthefirstperson________todayA.spoketoyouB.withyouspokeC.youspoketoD.spokewithyou8.Apersonwhotalksto________isnotnecessarilymad.A.himselfB.oneselfC.yourselfD.itself9.Spanishpeopleusuallyspeak________thanEnglishpeopleA.quickB.quicklyC.morequickD.morequickly10.Didyouhear________MarysaidA.thatB.whatC.whichD.thatwhatII.Peoplework,playandshareideaswithoneanother.Tolivetogether,theymustunderstandoneanother.Notonlyaretheremanywaysforthem__11__othersknowwhattheythinkorwant,therearealsowaysin__12__theycanfindoutwhatothersthinkorwant.Thesewaysofknowingaboutothersorlettingothersknowyourideasarecalledcommunication,__13__ofwhichisdonebylanguage,whetherspokenorwritten.Tohavewww.4juan.com自考及各类其他考试历年试题免费免注册下载超过2万套word文档试题和答案2007年10月自考英语(一)试题2communication,theremustbepeoplewholistentoandunderstand__14__language.Besides,theremustbepeopletoreadandunderstandwrittenlanguage__15__thereiscommunication.Therearewaysofcommunicatingwithoutlanguage,too.Asmileisunderstoodeverywhere__16__islaughingorcrying.Pointingtosomethingdirects__17__totheobject.__18__aglancecanbeusedtocommunicate.Somemovementsofthe__19__alsohavespecialmeanings.Forexample,wenodtosayYesandshakeourheadstomeanNo.Sometimespicturesareusedtoexplainathoughtorto__20__astory.Atothertimes,asimplesoundorevenacolorisusedtogiveinformation.Red,forexample,isoftenasignofdanger.11.A.letB.toletC.lettingD.havinglet12.A.thatB.whatC.whichD.how13.A.manyB.fewC.afewD.most14.A.spokenB.writtenC.foreignD.native15.A.beforB.afterC.asD.for16.A.asB.soC.eitherD.neither17.A.subjectB.movementC.attentionD.care18.A.HoweverB.EvenC.SoD.And19.A.languageB.eyesC.bodyD.matter20.A.speakB.sayC.talkD.tellIIIPassageOneUrbanlegendsaresimilartomodernfolklore民间传说consistingofstoriesoftenthoughttobefactsbythosespreadingthem.Thetermisoftenusedtomeansomethinglikeafalsestory,thoughtheyarenotnecessarilyunture.Despitethename,atypicalurbanlegenddoesnotnecessarilyoriginate(起源于inanurbansetting,becausethetermisdesignedtosetthemapartfromtraditionalfolkloreinpreindustrialtimes.AsAmericanslovetheirautomobiles,someofthemostfamiliarurbanlegendsinvovlecars.Oneofthebestknownistheclassicstoryoftwoteenagersinacarparkedlateatnightinaquietloverscorner.Thecoupleislisteningtomusicwhenthecarradioannouncestheescapeofadangerousmurderer.Frightened,thegirldemandstobetakenhome.Butwhentheboytriestostartthecar,itwontrun.Hegetsouttolookforhelp.Astimegoesbyandthereisnosignofherboyfriend,thegirlbecomesmoreandmorefrightened.Herfirghtturnstoterrorwhenshehearsasoftclick,clicknoiseontheroofofthecar.Finally,sheisrescuedbythepolice,whotellhernottolookback.Naturally,though,shedoeslookback.Herboyfriendssbodyishangingupsidedownfromatreebyarope.Ashisbodymovesinthesoftwind,hisringrubsclick,click_againsttheroofofthecar.Butnotallurbanlegendsassociatedwithcarsaresohorrible.ThePlayboysCartellsofamanwhoplanstobuyaluxurysportscar.HeseesanadvertisementforanearlynewPorschefor29.95.Hefiguresthepriceisamistakebutgoestocheckitoutanyway.AwomanatthehouseassureshimthatthepriceiscorrectandinviteshimtotestdrivethePorsche.Hedrivesafewmilesandhurriesbacktothehousetoclosethedeal.Astheownershippapersarechanginghands,hesuddenlysays,ButwhyareyousellingthiscarsocheapThewomansmilesandanswers,Myhusbandleftmeandmovedinwithhissecretarylastweek.HeaskedmetosellhisPorscheandsendhimthemoney.21.Urbanlegendsaresocalledbecausetheyare____.A.folktalessetincitiesB.folkloreofindustrialtimesC.lovedbypeopleincitiesD.madeupbypeopleincities22.Thetwostoriesinthepassageshowthat____.A.urbanlegendsaboutcarsarehorribleB.urbanlegendsareusuallystoriesaboutloverswww.4juan.com自考及各类其他考试历年试题免费免注册下载超过2万套word文档试题和答案2007年10月自考英语(一)试题3C.somepopularunbanlegendshavetodowithcarsD.mosturbanlegendsareunbelievablestoriesaboutcars23.Itisimpliedinthefirststorythat____.A.theboyfriendwastheescapedmurdererB.theboyfriendwasmurderedbyhisrivalC.thepolicewereinsearchoftheboyfriendD.theescapedmurderedkilledtheboyfriend24.Thesoftnoisethatfrightenedthegirlcamefrom____.A.thetreeinthewindabovethecarB.TheropehangingdownfromthetreeC.theroperubbingagainsttheroofofthecarD.theboyfriendsringrubbingagainstthecar25.Inthesecondurbanlegends,thehusband____A.wenttolivewithhissecretaryB.movedintohissecretarysofficeC.neededthemoneytohireanewsecretaryD.plannedtosetupanofficewiththemoneyPassageTwoTheEnglishsettlementinAmreicafollowedtwodifferentpathsrepresentedbysettlementsatJamestowninVirginiaandPlymouthinMassachusetts.ThefirstpermanentEnglishcolonistsinAmericasettledatJamestownin1607.TheVirginiaCompanyoflondon,whichorganizedthesettlement,certainlyexpectedprofit.TheQueen,permittingthesettlement,hopedforgreaterempire,power,andprofit.TheindividualswhosailedtoVirginiawantedgloryandgold.Thus,themajorreasonforthesettlementofVirginiawastomakemoney.Inthebeginning,theVirginiaCompanyfoundthatpeoplewouldnotgotoAmericadespiteglowingdescriptions.In1618,whentheVirginiaCompanybegangivingfiftyacresoflandtoeachindividualwhocametoAmerica,thefutureofAmericancolonizationwasfinallysecured.LatercoloniesallhadtocompetewithVirginiasfreeholdsystemofgrantsofland.Inthissense,landwhichmeantwealthandstatusattractedcolonist.Incontrast,thefirstpermanentEuropeansettlementinNewEnglandwasfoundedatPlymouthbythePilgrimsforreligiouspurposes.Thesesettlers,laterknownasthePilgrimFathers,camefromNottinghamshire.TheywerecruellytreatedbytheChurchofEnglandandin1606fledtoHolland,where,inLeiden,theyfoundthereligiousfreedomtheywerelookingfor.Althoughtheyremainedthereforsomeelevenyears,theyrealizedthattheirchildrenweregrowinguptobeDutchratherthanEnglish.Intheend,theydecided,withthebackingofLondonmerchants,toleavefortheEnglishcoloniesinNorthAmerica.Afterasixtyfivedayjourney,thePilgrimsarrivedatProvincetownonNovember21,1620.TheysoondiscoveredPlymouthHarboronthewesternsideofCapeCodBay,andmadetheirhistoriclandingonDecember21.OthergroupsofsettlersfollowedtheexampleofthePilgrimstheCatholicsettlementofMarylandin1633,RogerWilliamssRhodeIslandrefugein1636,andWilliamPennssettlementofaQuakercolonyinPennsylvaniain1681.26.TheEnglishsettlementatjamestownmainlyresultedfromthedesireforA.gloryB.powerC.wealthD.fame27.Thefreeholdsystemofgrantsoflandwasintroducedin____.A.1606B.1607C.1618D.162028.OnNovember21,1620thePilgrimFathersarrivedat____.A.ProvincetownB.PlymouthC.RhodeIslandD.MassachusettsBay29.ThePilgrimFatherswereoriginallyfrom.____.www.4juan.com自考及各类其他考试历年试题免费免注册下载超过2万套word文档试题和答案2007年10月自考英语(一)试题4A.PlymouthB.LondonC.LeidenD.Nottinghamshire30.TheEnglishsettlementsatjamestownandPlymouthwererespectivelyduetoreasonsof____.A.wealthandreligionB.wealthandfameC.politicsandreligionD.politicsandfamePassageThreeAttheendofthenineteenthcentury,arisinginterestinNativeAmericancustomsandanincreasingdesiretounderstandNativeAmericanculturespromptedresearcherstobeginrecordinglifestoriesofNativeAmericans.Theyhadadistinctreasonforwantingtohearthestoirestheywereafterdataonlanguageandculturethatwouldaddtotheirownfieldobservations,andtheybelievedthatthepersonalstories,evenofasingleindividual,couldincreasetheirunderstandingoftheculturesthattheyhadbeenobservingfromwithout.Inaddition,manyresearchersatthe,turnofthecenturybelievedthatNativeAmericanmannersandcustomswererapidlydisappearing,andthatitwasimportanttopreserveforpeopleinthefutureasmuchinformationascouldbeadequatelyrecordedbeforetheculturesdisappearedforever.Therewere,however,argumentsagainstthismethodasawayofacquiringaccurateinformation.FranzBoas,forexample,describedautobiographiesasbeingoflimitedvalue,usefulchieflyforthestudyofhowmemorydistorts(歪曲truthPaulRadin,anotherscholar,arguedthatinvestigatorsrarelyspentenoughtimewiththetribestheywereobserving,andinevitablyderivedresultstoomuchinfluencedbytheirownemotionstobereliable.Evenmoreimportantly,astheseleftstoriestransformedfromthetraditionaloralformtothewrittenform,muchwaslost.Editorsoftendecidedwhatelementsweresignificanttothefieldresearchonagiventribe.Inaddition,NativeamericansthemselvesrecognizedthattheessenceoftheirlivescouldnotbecommunicatedinEnglishandthateventstheythoughtsignificantwereoftenconsideredunimportantbytheirinterviewers.Indeed,asmentioningthenamesofdeadrelativesbrokewithNativeAmericantradition,theyveryactoftellingtheirstoriescouldforceNativeAmericannarratorstodistorttheircultures.31.Inthelate19thcentury,researchersweremainlyinterestedin____.A.protectingNativeAmericantribesB.recordingNativeAmericanculturesC.changingNativeAmericancustomsD.learningNativeAmericanlanguages32.TheresearchersstudiedNativeAmericanculturesmainlybymeansof___.A.fieldobservationsB.comparisonsofculturesC.NativeAmericanlifestoriesD.NativeAmericanlanguages33.FranzBoasbelievedthatlifestoriesareoflimitedvaluebecauseA.memorydepartsfromtruthB.fieldobservationsareinadequateC.researcherscannotremembereverythingD.researchersemotionsaffectobservations34.Thethirdparagraphdiscusses____.A.howNativeAmericansmisledresearchersB.howeditorsmisreadtheresearchofscholarsC.howresearchersmisunderstoodNativeAmericanlifeD.howpublishedlifestoriesdistortNativeAmericanlife35.WhichofthefollowingbestdescribestheorganizationofthepassageA.Twodifferentresearchmethodsinculturalstudyarecompared.B.Aresearchmethodisdescribedandthenitslimitationsdiscussed.www.4juan.com自考及各类其他考试历年试题免费免注册下载超过2万套word文档试题和答案2007年10月自考英语(一)试题5C.Thehistoricalbackgroundsoftworesearchmethodsaredescribed.D.Aresearchmethodisquestionedandthenanewmethodproposed.IV.36.海湾n.g___37.命运n.f___38.提醒v.r_____39.业余爱好n.h____40.比,比率n.r____41.浪费糟蹋v.w____42.正式的,正规的a.f_____43.哑的,无言的a.d___44.独立的a.i_____45.巨大的大量的a.v___46.评论,评注v.n.c______47.实施强制v.e______48.快速的敏捷的a.s____49.戳,刺,挤n.v.t_____50.相应地ad.a__________51.空白空白的n.a.b_____52.潜在的潜力a.n.p________53.忽略俯瞰v.o_______54.意大利人,意大利语n.I______55.无论在哪里conj.w_______V.56.Thingsstartedtogo____badwrongforEricafterhelosthisjob.57.Therehavebeenquestionsaboutthe____accurateofthereport.58.Waterhadgotintotheradio,andnowitwascompletely____use.59.Anypolicythatcreatesunemplymentwillmeetwithstrong____resist60Thetestmeasureslanguagelearners____achieveinreadingEnglishnovels.61.Hertopicwascomplex,butshe____simpleitinawaythatwecouldallunderstand.62.Usingaseatbeltwillreducethe____likelyofseriousinjuryinacaraccident.63.Hespentmuchofhissparetimemakingsmall____woodtoysforhischildren.64.Hisbodyachedalloverandthe____soundarmfeltasifitweredroppingoff.65.Whenpeoplearefamousandwealthy,theytendtosearchforsomethingelseto____richtheirlives.VI.66.我不记得在什么地方见过这辆车。67.还没有决定由谁来主持明天的会议.68.如果不辞职的话,他现在会过得更好.69.这个房间不够大,容纳不了这么多人.70.回到家她才发现把手表忘在办公室里了.VII.Therelationshipbetweennatureandcultureisofbasicinteresttoscholarsintheirstudyofpeoplesbehaviorwww.4juan.com自考及各类其他考试历年试题免费免注册下载超过2万套word文档试题和答案2007年10月自考英语(一)试题6andthinking.Naturedeterminesthatinallcultures,peopleeat,drinkandsleeptostayalive.Beyondthis,wecannotpredicthow,when,orwherethese,functionsarefulfilledbecausecultureplaysapartindefiningthem.Norcanwesaymuchaboutthemeaningsthattheyallhaveinvariouscultureswithoutindepthstudy.Cultureshapeswhatoneats,howoneeats,andwhenoneats,andinfluencesideasabouteating.Thehumanbodyrequirescertainnutrientsforsurvival,buttheycanbeprovidedinmanyways.Forexample,eatingmeatisnotanecessityforsurvivalpeopleinmanycultureshaveavoidedmeatofanysortforcenturies.www.4juan.com自考及各类其他考试历年试题免费免注册下载超过2万套word文档试题和答案2007年10月自考英语(一)试题7以下为图片原版www.4juan.com自考及各类其他考试历年试题免费免注册下载超过2万套word文档试题和答案2007年10月自考英语(一)试题8

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