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12000年4月自考英语二试题12000年10月自考英语二试题62001年4月自考英语二试题112001年10月自考英语二题162002年4月自考英语(二)试卷212002年10月自考英语二试卷252003年4月自考英语二试题292003年10月自考英语二试题342004年上半年自考英语二试卷382004年10月自考英语(二)试题432005年上自考英语二试卷482005年10月自考英语(二)试卷532006年4月自考英语(二)试卷572006年10月英语(二)试卷632007年4月英语(二)试卷682007年10月英语(二)试卷7420002006年自考英语(二)试题答案802000年4月自考英语二试题PARTONEⅠ.VocabularyandStructure(10points,1pointforeach)从下列各句四个选项中选出一个最佳答案,并在答题纸上将相应的字母涂黑。1.Almosteverythingamanagerdoes________decisionsindeed,somesuggestthatthemanagementprocessisdecisionmaking.AimposesBimprovisesCinvolvesDindicates2.Astronomersandscientiststhinkthatablackholeisaregionofspace_______whichmatterhasfallenand________whichnothingcanescape.AtowardstowardsBintofromCoutoffromDthroughthrough3.Americanmendontcrybecauseitisconsiderednot________ofmentodoso.AcharacteristicBtolerantCsymbolicDindependent4.Attheendof1994theBritishGovernmentintroducednewmeasurestohelp________domesticworkersfromabusebytheiremployers.AprotectBsuspectCexpectDinspect5.Robotsdifferfromautomaticmachines________aftercompletionofonespecifictask,theycanbereprogrammedbyacomputertodoanotherone.AsothatBinwhichCgiventhatDinthat6.Thespecificuseofleisure________fromindividualtoindividual.ArangesBdistinguishesCvariesDcovers7.Coffeedelaysthebodyclockinthemorning,andadvances________atnight.AitBthemCthecoffeeDthebody8.Nationsare________asagedwhentheyhave7percentormoreoftheirpeopleaged65orabove.AlimitedBclassifiedCoriginatedDprocessed9.Itistouchingtoseehowacatordogespeciallyadog________itselftofamilyandwantstosharein2allitsgoingsandcomings.AattributesBappliesCassignedDattaches10.Youneednt________himaboutthissincehecouldfindoutforhimself.AtellBbetellingChavetoldDhavetotellⅡ.ClozeTest(10points,1pointforeach)下列短文中有十个空白,每个空白有四个选项。根据上下文要求选出最佳答案,并在答题纸上将相应的字母涂黑。Decisionsabouthousingcaninfluencethequalityofyourfuturelife.Individualandfamilyneedschange(11)thetime,andhousingshouldbeflexibleenoughto(12)thesechangingneeds.Theplantobuyahomemaybe(13)ofthemostimportantfinancialdecisionsaperson(14)makes.Theplantobuyahomeis(15)topresentandfutureincome.Rentalhousing,whilenotrequiring(16)largeinitialinvestment,stilltakesalargeportionofafamilysmonthlybudget.Housingprovidesasetting(17)daytodayliving.Housing,furnishings,andequipmentmustbeplannedwithpresentandfutureneedsandintereststakeninto(18).Somepeopleacquirefurnishingsandequipmentbeforetheymoveintotheirownhome.Familysize,health,andincomeare(19)thefactorsinfluencinghousingchoices.Housingshortagesinmanypartsofthecountryseriously(20)thefreedomofchoiceinsecuringshelter.Manyfamiliesmove,andhousingmaynotbepermanent.11.AbyBonCoverDat12.AmeetBreachCseekDcatch13.AsuchBthatConeDeach14.AstillByetCevenDever15.AsavedBtiedCspentDcost16.AsoaBasoCsuchaDasuch17.AtoBforCwithDfrom18.AamountBaccountCaccessDaverage19.AbetweenBwithinCamongDacross20.AavoidBencourageClimitDextendⅢ.ReadingComprehension(30points,2pintsforeach)从下列每篇短文的问题后所给的四个选择项中选出一个最佳答案,并在答案纸上将相应的字母涂黑。PassageOneQuestions21to25arebasedonthefollowingpassage.Art,saidPicasso,isaliethatmakesusrealizethetruth.Soisamap.Wedonotusuallyassociatethepreciseworkofthemapmakerwithafancifulobjectofart.Yetamaphasmanyqualitiesthatapaintingorapoemhas.Itistruthrealizedinasymbolicway,holdingmeaningsitdoesnotexpressonthesurface.Andlikeworkofart,itrequiresimaginativereading.Thus,mapandrealityarenot,andcannotbe,identical.Noaspectofmapuseissoobviousyetsooftenoverlooked.Mostmapreadingmistakesoccurbecausetheuserforgetsthisvitalfactandexpectsaonetoonecorrespondencebetweenmapandreality.Amap,likeapainting,isjustonespecialversionofreality.Tounderstandapainting,youmusthavesomeideaofthemediumwhichwasusedbytheartist.Youwouldntexpectawatercolortolookanythinglikeanoilpaintingoracharcoal(木碳)drawing,evenifthesubjectmatterofallthreewereidentical.Inthesameway,thetechniquesusedtocreatemapswillgreatlyinfluencethefinalrepresentation.Asamapreader,youshouldalwaysbeawareoftheinvisiblehandofthemapmaker.Neveruseamapwithoutaskingyourselfhowithasbeenbiasedbythemethodsusedtomakeit.Iftheentiremapmakingprocessoperatesatitsfullpotential,communicationtakesplacebetweenthemapmakerandtheuser.Themapmakertranslatesrealityintotheclearestpossiblepictureunderthecircumstances,andthemapreaderconvertsthispicturebackintoanimpressionoftheenvironment.Forsuchcommunication3totakeplace,themapreaderandthemapmakermustknowsomethingabouthowmapsarecreated.21.Mapisalie_________.AthathaslittletruthinitBthatfewofusbelieveCthatweusetoexpressthetruthDthatcheatspeopleinatrickyway22.Mapresemblesartinthat________.AtheyarebothabsoluteliesBtheyarebothpreciseaswellasfancifulCtheymustbereadwithimaginationDtheybothexpressmeaningsinasuperficialway23.Mostmapreadingmistakesoccurbecause________.AthemapisnotmadeaccordingtorealityBthereareobviousdifferencesbetweenthemapandrealityCtheuserforgetstheonetoonecorrespondencebetweenthemapandrealityDtheuseroverlooksthegapbetweenthemapandreality24.theinvisiblehandofthemapmaker(inParagraph3)refersto________.AthetechniquesusedtocreatemapsBthesubjectmatterofthemapCthesymbolsusedinthemapDthefinalrepresentationofthemap25.Thelastparagraphdescribesmainly________.AhowmapsarecreatedBwhatthecommunicationbetweenthemapmakerandthereaderisChowthemapmakertranslatesrealityintoapictureDhowthereaderconvertsthepicturebackintorealityPassageTwoQuestions26to30arebasedonthefollowingpassage.Musicwhichisoriginalisindividualandpersonal.Thatistosay,itcanbeidentifiedasbelongingtoaparticularcomposer.Ithasparticularqualities,orastyle,whicharenotcopiedfromanother.Ifyoucanrecognizethestyleofacomposer,youwillprobablybeabletotellthatacertaincompositionbelongstohimorhereventhoughyouhaveneverhearditbefore.Abasketmakerhastheskillofweavingandinterweavinghismaterialstocreatecolorfulpatterns,andanexpertcarpenter(木匠)hastheskillofjoiningtogetherdifferentshapesandsizesofwoodtomakeabeautifulpieceoffurniture.Theseskillsmaybereferredtoasworkmanship(技艺).Similarly,inmusicacomposerorganizeshismelodies(旋律)andrhythmsandcombinessoundstocreateharmony.Acomposermaybecapableofthinkingupverygood,originaltunes,yetiftunesarepoorlyorganized,thatis,iftheworkmanshipispoor,thefinalresultwillnotbetostandard.Goodmusicexpressesfeelingsinawaythatissuitabletothosefeelings.Theremaybejoy,sorrow,fear,love,anger,orwhatever.Badmusic,ontheotherhand,mayconfuseunrelatedfeelings,itmaynotexpressanyimportantfeelingatall,oritmayexaggeratesomefeelingsandmakethemvulgar,thatis,cheapandugly.Goodmusicwillstandthetestoftime.Itwillnotgooutoffashionbutwillcontinuetobeenjoyedandrespectedlongafteritisfirstintroduced.Itwillgainakindofpermanentstatuswhilebadmusicwilldisappearandbeforgottenquickly.Inpopmusic,wherethegeneralruleseemstobethenewerthebetter,thetestoftimeisthehardesttestofalltopass.26.Apieceoforiginalmusic________.AhasapersonalstyleBsoundsveryfamiliartoourearsCisonewhosestyleyoucannotrecognizeDcannotberecognizedasbelongingtoanycomposer27.Wecanseegoodworkmanshipin________.AdifferentshapesandsizeoffurnitureBmaterialsforcreatingcolourfulpatterns4CapieceofmusicwithitsmelodiesandrhythmsorganizedinharmonyDapieceofmusicwithverygood,originaltunesmixedtogether28.Apieceofmusiccanbesaidtobegoodif_________.AithelpstowhileawaythehoursBitcombinesdifferentrhythmsandsoundsCitmakespeopleforgettheirsorrowsandworriesquicklyDitexpressesacertainfeelinginaproperway29.Accordingtothelastparagraph,thetestoftimeisthehardestofalltopasssuggeststhat________.Athenewerthemusicis,theharderitcanpassthetestoftimeBitismostdifficultformusictogainakindofpermanentstatusCpopmusicwillceasetobeenjoyedsoonafteritisintroducedDgoodmusicneedntpassthetestoftime30.Thispassageisconcernedwith________.AhowtocomposemusicBhowtoenjoymusicChowtojudgemusicDhowtoperformmusicPassageThreeQuestions31to35arebasedonthefollowingpassage.Tobehistoricallymindedistoseethingsinrelationandinperspective,andtojudgetolerantly.Wemustrememberhowdifferentlymenhavethoughtandactedindifferenttimes.Wemustalwayskeepanopenmind,readytoreceiveandweighnewevidence.Ifwegraspthisidea,wewillneverthinkthatahistorian(历史学家)issomeonewhocanrememberdates.Thatchildishideaislikecallingamanastatesman(政治家)becausehecanrememberthenamesofvotersinhisdistrict.Awaitercouldremembermorenamesandatelephoneoperatormorenumbersthanthegreatesthistorian.Thetruehistorianisnotcontenttotakeallhisfactsfromotherhistorians.Todayhemakessurethathisstatementsarebasedonsounddocumentsorsourceswhichgobacktothetimeofthefactsthemselves.Butthehistorianneedsalwaystobeinhisguardnottobemisledbyhissources.Adocumentmaynotbearealone.Itsauthormaybelyingonpurposeforsomereason.Hemaybesogreatlyinfluencedbynational,religious,party,orpersonalbackgroundsastobetotallyunfairtotheotherside.Ifhonest,hemaybemisinformedastothefactsandmistakeninhisinferences.Anyonewhoreadstheaccountspublishedinthedifferentcountriesconcerningthecausesandresultsofwarswillrealizethatthehistorianneedscautionandtraininginhandlingthesesources.ThetrainedhistorianasksfirstDidthiswritermeantotellthetruthandsecondWasheinapositionorframeofmindtotellthetruthevenifhewantstoEverystatementmustbepatientlyweighedandtestedandcombinedwithallotheravailableinformationinordertogetatthetruth.31.Ahistoricallymindedresearcher_________.AalwayskeepsanopenmindtohistoryBlooksatonehistoricaleventwithoutrelatingittoanotherCseesthingsfromasinglepointofviewDrefusestoacceptnewevidence32.InParagraph1theauthormeanstoillustratethat________.AdifferentmenthinkandactdifferentlyBthestudyofhistoryisnotmerelyamatterofrememberingdatesCastatesmancanrememberthenamesofvotersinhisdistrictDawaitercanremembermorenamesthanthegreathistorians33.Thetruehistorianshouldbasehisstatementson________.AfindingsofotherhistoriansBdocumentscreatedatthepresenttime5ChisowninferencesDsoundhistoricalmaterials34.WhichofthefollowingisthetopicofParagraph3ASomehistoricaldocumentsmaynotbereal.BSomeauthorsmaynotbehonest.CHistoriansshouldbecarefulabouttheirsources.DHistoriansmaybeinfluencedbytheirownbackground.35.Itisemphasizedinthelastparagraphthat________.AwarsareaccountedfordifferentlyindifferentcountriesBthehistorianneedscautionandtrainingindealingwithhissourcesCsomewritersmaynotbetellingthetruthDsomewritersmaynotbeinapositionorframeofmindtotellthetruthPARTTWOⅣ.WordSpelling(10points,1pointfortwowords)将下列汉语单词译成英语并写在答题纸上。每个词的词类和第一字母已在答题纸上给出。首字线后的每条短线上只写一个字母。36.修理v.r37.科学n.s38.温度n.t39.政府n.g40.制服,军服n.u41.必要的a.n42.字典n.d43.旅行,行程n.j44.有价值的a.v45.丈夫n.h46.警告v.w47.呼吸v.b48.实验室n.l49.控制n.c50.量,数量n.q51.接受v.a52.秘书n.s53.金融的a.f54.化学n.c55.多数n.mⅤ.WordForm(10point,1pointforeach)将括号中的各词变为适当形式填入空白。答案写在答题纸上。56.Muchofthecarbonintheearth________(come)fromthingsthatoncelived.57.Chinaisnotwhatshe________(use)tobe.58.Inthepasttwodecades,research________(expand)ourknowledgeaboutsleepanddreams.59.Ifyoucannotunderstand,askWouldyoumind________(rephrase)thequestion,please60.Manypreschoolteachersdonotliketohavecommerciallymadetoyweapons________(bring)intotheclassroom.61.Robots,alreadytakingoverhumantasksintheautomotivefield,arebeginning________(see)inotherindustriesaswell.62.Letusconsidertheearthasaplanet________(revolve)roundsun.63.Televisionads_________usually________(repeat)overandoveragain.64.Themoretimeyouwaste,the________(easy)itistocontinuewastingtime.65.Iwouldratherhe________(buy)thehousenextyear.Ⅵ.TranslationfromEnglishintoChinese(15points)将下列短文译成汉语并将答案写在答题纸上。Althoughstudentsofallsubjectsarejudgedbytheirperformanceincourseworkandexaminations,theymaybegivenlittleornoadviceonstudy,revisionorexaminationtechniques.Thosewhoknowthattheyareworkinghard,yetfeelthattheyarenotdoingaswellastheycouldeitherincourseworkorexaminations,arelikelytobenefitmostfromstraightforwardadvicebecausetheyknowthattheyneedhelp.However,studentswhoaresatisfiedwiththeirprogresscanalsobehelpedtodoevenbetter6work,justastalentedathletes(运动员)canimprovetheirperformancewhenwellcoached.Itwouldobviouslybebest,therefore,intheirfirstfewweeksatcollege,ifallstudentsweretoconsiderhowtousetheirstudyandleisuretime.Learningtoworkeffectively(tothink,understand,select,organize,andexplainorremember)wouldhelpthemnotonlyatcollegebutalsoinanycareer.2000年10月自考英语二试题I.VocabularyandStructure10points,1pointforeach从下列各句四个选项中选出一个最佳答案,并在答题纸上将相应的字母涂黑。1.Shewasmore_____thanfrightened.asurprisingbinterestedchateddsurprised2.Theattentionofthepublicwascontinually______tonewpossibilitiesinscientificfieldsandthediscoveryofnewknowledge.aappliedbdrawncreferreddthrown3.Few,_____any,livetheirliveswithoutsomedegreeofunhappinessandsuffering.alikebexceptcifdwhen4.Manywomenaretooconcerned_____stayingthinandtheybelievethatvitaminsaresomekindofmagiccuretoreplacefood.aatbincfordto5.Ineducation,thereshouldbeagoodbalanceamongthebranchesofknowledgethatcontribute____effectivethinkingandwisejudgment.aatbincfordto6._____thenumbersinemployment,thehotelindustrywasthesecondlargestindustryinthiscountrylastyear.aInlinewithbIntermsofcInaccordancewithdInproportionto7.AirtravelissoquicknowadaysthatwecanleaveLondonafterbreakfastandarriveinnewYork_____eighthours.ainbforcafterduntil8.Itisalsotruethattheeffectofadrugismuch_____uponyoungstersthanadults.abiggerbfewercgreaterdlittle9.Becausethereading_____inmostcollegecoursesareveryheavy,studentsshouldplantoreadeveryday.aassignmentsbschedulescactivitiesdprograms10.Forlongtimeefficiencyandhappinessitisbesttoobservethe____ofhealthandsoundworkingconditions.aprinciplesbideascelementsdfactorsII.ClozeTest10points,1pointsforeach下列短文中有十个空白,每个空白有四个选项。根据上下文要求选出最佳答案,并在答题纸上将相应的字母涂黑。AlthoughAmericaninformality不拘礼节iswellknown,manynewvisitorsthinkthatitindicatesalackofrespect.Thisisespeciallytrueinthebusinessworld.Americansoftenusefirstnames_11_meetingastrangeranddonotalwaysshakehands.Theyoftenjustsmileandsayhiorhello,_12_thanusingamoreformalhandshake.ItisgoodtorememberthattoanAmericansuchaninformalgreetingreallymeansthe_13_thingasamoreformalhandshakesomeplaceelse._14_,Americansdonotusuallygiveaspecialfarewellorhandshaketoeachpersonwhentheyleaveapartyorbusinessmeeting.Theywilloftenjustwavegoodbyetothewholegrouporperhapssay,well,solongeverybody,Illseeyoutomorrow.Theythenwillleave._15_7handshakes.Americansseem_16_totallyhurriedandhardworkingortotallyinformalandatease.Oftenyouwillseemenworkingatofficedesks_17_theirsuitcoatsandties.Theymayleanfarbackintheirchairsandevenputtheirfeetuponthedesk_18_theytalk.IntheUnitedStates,youshouldthereforeunderstandthatbeinginagreat_19_doesnotindicateunfriendlinessandbeinginformalandateasedoesnotshowalackofrespect.Americanshaveagreatrangeofcustomsandhabitsthatatfirstmayseempuzzlingtoavisitor.In_20_youwilllearnthesenewways.11.auponbforcasdat12.amorebbettercratherdother13.asuchbsomecsamedwhole14.aSimilarlybHowevercThereforedEspecially15.aSomebThencSodNo16.abothballceitherdneither17.awithbwithoutcindon18.awhilebwherecwhichdbecause19.aworrybtroublecpridedhurry20.atimebcasecturndvainIII.RreadingComprehension30points,2pointsforeach从下列每篇短文的问题后所给的四个选项中选出一个最佳答案,并在答题纸上将相应的字母涂黑。PassageoneQuestions21to25arebasedonthefollowingpassage.Theeconomiccostsofnoisetosocietyareseveral.Airportsarecurrentlyoperatingatlessthancapacitybecauseofnoiseregulationswhichrestricttheirhoursofoperation.Forinstance,atWashingtonsNationalAirportnojettrafficisallowedfrom11pmto7am.Otherairportsrestricttheuseofcertainrunways.Oneestimateisthatnoiserestrictionsreducepossibleairportuseby20percent.Theprofitablecargotradeisespeciallyaffectedbynightrestrictions.Inthecaseofairports,jetenginesmaybemodifiedtoreducetheirnoiselevel,orinsulation隔音fromairtrafficnoisemaybeprovidedbythepurchaseoflandaroundairportsortheinsulationofbuildings.Oneestimateisthat$5.7billionwouldberequiredtoequipallexistingjetengineswithnoisecontroldevices.However,consideringthecurrentstateoftheart,eventakingthisstepwillnotreducenoiselevelsatallpointstoacceptablevalues.Somecombinationofmethodsisprobablynecessary.Ifallaircraftweremadequieterbyexistingmethods,therewouldbeanumberofeconomicbenefits.Anincreaseinairportcapacitywouldoccur.Propertyvaluesnearairportsmightrise.Transportationcoststoandfromairportscouldbereducedsincetheairportsnowcouldbelocatedclosertopopulationcenters.Muchresearchstillneedstobedoneontheeconomicaspectsofnoisereductionandnoiseeffects.Althoughsomeoftheeffectsofnoisepollutionareknown,moremustbediscoveredaboutitseffectsonhealth,productivity,propertyvaluesandthequalityoflife.Furthermore,thecostofnoisepollutiontotheeconomyasawholeneedstobeinvestigated.Thepublicmustbealertedtothedangersandeconomiccostsofnoisepollutionsothatpeoplemaymakeintelligentchoicesandexertappropriatepressures.21.ThereisnojettrafficatWashingtonsnationalairportfrom11pmto7ambecause_____.aitisextremelydangeroustoflyinthedarkbnoiseregulationsrestrictthehoursofairportoperationcsomeofitsrunwaysarenotingoodconditiondcargoplanesproducedisturbingnoises22.Thecurrentstateoftheartinpara.2means______.8aadevelopedsenseofbeautybthevolumesofpresentdaytrafficcthemostrecentlydevelopedtechnologydinsulationofairtrafficnoise23.Noisereductioncouldleadto_____.aincreasedairportcapacityblowerpropertyvaluesceffectivemodificationofexistingjetenginesdmoretransportationcoststoandfromairports24.WhatisnotmentionedinthepassageaPsychologicalstrain.bHandlingcapacityofcargo.cMeasuresfornoisereduction.dPublicpressures.25.Theauthorofthepassageisconcernedprimarilywith_____.atheeffectsofnoiseonthequalityoflifebtheroleofairtrafficrestrictionsctheproductionofquieterenginesdtheeconomicaspectsofnoisereductionPassagetwoQuestions26to30arebasedonthefollowingpassage.Duringastateofdeeprelaxation,severalphysiologicalchangestakeplaceinthebodythebodysoxygenconsumptionisreducedtheheartbeatdecreasesmuscletensionandsweatingease,andthereisdecreasedsympathetic交感的nervoussystemactivity.Thisrestfulstatenotonlyallowsthebodytorepairandrestoreitself,butithasacalmingeffectontheconsciousness.Howtoachievethisstateofrelaxation,however,isamatterofopinion,andinsomemedicalcircles,amatterofcontroversy争议.ArecentreportbyDr.DavidHolmesoftheUniversityofKansasinthejournalAmericanpsychologistsaidthatsimplysittinginanarmchairhasjustasmanybeneficialcharacteristicsforthebodyasmeditation冥想does.Researchersofotherrelaxationtechniquesdisagree.Theseexpertsbelievethatmorestructuredtechniques,suchasmeditation,leadtoaconditionofdeeprelaxation.Thedebategoeson,butonethingappearstobecleartherelaxationresponsecanbereachedbyanumberofmethods,andthemethodsthemselvesarenotasimportantasgettingthere.Oneday,onemethodmayworkbestonanotherday,analternativemethodmaybemoreappropriate.Onceyouareawareofallthemethods,youcanfindtheonethatworksbestonyou.Someoftherelaxationtechniquesaremeditation,autoanalysis自我心理分析andprogressivemusclerelaxationresponse.Morethanjustsittingquietlyinachair,theyhavetheaddedbenefitofstructureanddiscipline,andforthesereasonsappeartobemoreeffectiveformostindividuals.26.Accordingtothepassage,whichofthefollowingstatementsisnottruewhenapersonisinastateofdeeprelaxationaThebodytakesinlessoxygen.bTheheartbeatslessfrequently.cMusclesbecometenseandthebodysweatseasily.dTheconsciousnessbecomesmoreorlesscalmed.27.Peopleseemtoagreethat____.asittinginanarmchairbenefitsapersonasmeditationdoesbstructuredrelaxationtechniquesaremorebeneficialforapersonctoachieveastateofdeeprelaxationispossiblethroughvariousmeansdwhatpeopleareallstrugglingforisastateofdeeprelaxation28.Inthethirdparagraph,thephrasegettingtheremeans_____.aarrivingatonesdestinationbgettingwhatonewantsmostcfindingoutasuitablerelaxationtechniquedreachingastateofdeeprelaxation29.Asfarasrelaxationisconcerned,theauthorindicatesthat_____.aaimsaremoreimportantthanmeansbmeansaremoreimportantthanaims9cmoreandmorepeopleareinterestedinrelaxationtechniquesdsomerelaxationtechniquesarebetterthanothers30.Theauthorsattitudetowardrelaxationdiscussedinthepassageisbestdescribedas______.asubjectivebobjectivecoptimisticdcriticalPassagethreeQuestions31to35arebasedonthefollowingpassage.Peopleseldomfeelneutralaboutpoetry诗.Thosewholoveitsometimesgivetheimpressionthatitisanadequatesubstituteforfood,shelter,andlove.Itisnt.Words,nomatterhowsatisfying,areneveranequivalentforlifeitselfanditshumanexperiences.Thosewhodislikepoetryonprinciplesometimesclaim,ontheotherhand,thatpoetryisonlywordsandgoodfornothing.Thatsnottrueeither.Itiseasytobecomefrustratedbywordsinpoetryorinlifebutwhenwordsrepresentandrecreategenuinehumanfeelings,astheyoftendoinpoetry,theycanbeveryimportant.Poetryis,infact,morethanjustwords.Itisanexperienceofwords,andthosewhoknowhowtoreadpoetrycaneasilyextendtheirexperienceoflife,theirsenseofwhatotherpeoplearelike,theirawarenessofthemselves,andtheirrangeofhumanfeelings.Onereasonpoetrycanbesoimportantisthatitissocloselyconcernedwithfeelings.Poetryisoftenfullofideas,too,andsometimespoemscanbepowerfulexperiencesofthemind,butmostpoemsareprimarilyabouthowpeoplefeelratherthanhowpeoplethink.Poemsprovide,infact,alanguageforfeeling,andoneofpoetrysmostinsistentmeritsinvolvesitsattempttoexpresstheinexpressible.Howcananyone,forexample,putintowordswhatitmeanstobeinloveorwhatitfeelsliketolosesomeoneonecaresaboutPoetrytries,anditoftencapturesexactlytheshadeofemotionthatfeelsjustrighttoareader.Nosinglepoemcanbesaidtoexpressallthethingsthatloveordeathfeelslike,ormeans,butoneofthejoysofexperiencingpoetryoccurswhenwereadapoemandwanttoday,yes,thatisjustwhatitislikeIknowexactlywhatthatlinemeansbutIveneverbeenabletoexpressitsowell.Poetrycanbethevoiceofourfeelingsevenwhenourmindsarespeechlesswithgrieforjoy.31.Peopleseldomfeelneutralaboutpoetryinpara.1inthiscontextmeansthat_____.afewpeoplethinkthatpoetryisneutralbpeoplealwaysdifferintheirviewsaboutpoetrycpeoplerarelytakeabiasedopinionaboutpoetrydpeoplegenerallythinkofpoetryasextremelyimportantortotallyuseless32.Theauthorsuggeststhat_____.apoetrytendstomakethereaderdisappointedbpoetrymakesitsreaderssentimentalcpoetryismoreimportantthanwordsdpoetryoftencapturesrealhumanfeelings33.Accordingtotheauthor,poetry_____.aismorethanjustwordsbisthepoetsfeelingsaboutwordscisanythingbutpatternsoflinesdisanexperimentontheuseofwords34.Poetrytries,persistently,toexpress______.awhatloveanddeathmeanbwhatpeoplethinkaboutthemselvescwhatpeoplefeelbutfindithardtodescribedhowpeoplegothroughlife35.Thispassageismainlyabout______.athestructureofpoetrybthecomponentsofpoetrycthenatureandimportanceofpoetrydtheappreciationofpoetryIv.WordSpelling10points,1pointfortwowords将下列汉语单词译成英语并写在答题纸上。每个词的词类和第一个字母已在答题纸上给出。首字母后的每条短线上只写一个字母。36.护照n.p37.目标n.t38.邮费n.p39.海洋n.o

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