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2012年12月大学英语B统考阅读理解重点题解析1.题库不是为一个人准备的,所以这次我们做到尽量完整,大家根据各自情况选择复习Passage1VeryfewpeoplewerecomingtoeatattheWhiteRoseRestaurant,anditsownerdidntknowwhattodo.Thefoodinhisrestaurantwascheapandgood,butnobodyseemedtowanttoeatthere.Thenhedidsomethingthatchangedallthat,andinafewweekshisrestaurantwasalwaysfullofmenandtheirladyfriends.Wheneveragentlemancamewithalady,asmilingwaitergaveeachofthemabeautifulmenu.Themenuslookedexactlythesameontheoutside,buttherewasanimportantdifferenceinside.ThemenuthatthewaiterhandedtothemangavethecorrectpriceforeachdishandeachbottleofwinewhilethemenuthathehandedtotheladygaveamuchhigherpriceSowhenthemancalmlyordereddishafterdishandwineafterwine,theladythoughthewasmuchmoregenerousthanhereallywas1.Thewaitergaveabeautifulmenutotheguestswhenagentlemanandhisladyfriendcameintotherestaurant.A.TB.F2.Themenusfortheguestswerethesameontheoutsidebutdifferentinside.A.TB.F3.Themaleguestcouldremaincalmwhenheordereddishafterdishbecausehewasrich.A.TB.F4.Theladythoughtofherfriendverygenerousafteramealatthisrestaurant.A.TB.F5.Thestorymainlysuggeststhatpeopleliketogotoexpensiverestaurants.A.TB.F答案BABABPassage2Mr.Whitelivedinasmallvillage.Hisparentshadntenoughmoneytosendhimtoschool.Hehadtohelpthemtodosomethinginthefields.Buthedidntliketoliveinthepoorplace.Whenhewassixteen,hegottothetownandfoundworkinafactory.Threeyearslaterhebecametallandstrong.SohewassenttoAfricaasasoldier.Hestayedthereforfiveyearsandgotsomemoney.ThenhecamebacktoEnglandandboughtashopinasmalltown.NopeopleinthetownwenttoAfricaexcepthim.Andhehopedtheythoughthewasafamousmanandthattheycouldrespecthim.ThechildrenoftenaskedhimtotellthemsomestoriesandhislifeinAfrica.OnedayafewchildrenaskedhimtotellthemsomethingabouttheanimalsinAfrica.Hetoldthemhowhefoughtwiththetigersandelephants.Hisstoriessurprisedthemallandsomepolicemenandworkerswenttolistentohim.Itmadehimhappier.Justamanwhotaughtgeographyinamiddleschoolpassedthere.Hestoppedtolistentohimforawhileandthensaid,Couldyoupleasetellusarareanimal,sirCertainly,saidMr.Turner.OnedayImetarhinoceros(犀牛)byariverPleasewaitaminute,sir,saidtheman.TherearentanyrhinocerosinAfricaatallItsrarejustbecausetherearentany6.Mr.Whitewasborninafarmersfamily.A.TB.F7.Mr.Whitehopedtoberespectedbecausehewastherichestmanintheirtown.A.TB.F8.Thechildrenoftenaskedhimtotellthemsomethinginterestingbecauseheknewmorethananyotherpersoninthetown.A.TB.F9.AllpeoplebelievedMr.Whiteexceptthechildren.A.TB.F10.Mr.Whitewouldntliketoadmitthathewaswrong.A.TB.F答案ABABAPassage3WearebusytalkingaboutandusingtheInternet,buthowmanyofusknowthehistoryoftheInternetManypeoplearesurprisedwhentheyfindthattheInternetwassetupinthe1960s.Atthattime,computerswerelargeandexpensive.Computernetworkdidntworkwell.Ifonecomputerinthenetworkbrokedown,thenthewholenetworkstopped.Soanewnetworksystemhadtobesetup.Itshouldbegoodenoughtobeusedbymanydifferentcomputers.Ifpartofthenetworkwasnotworking,informationcouldbesentthroughanotherpart.Inthiswaycomputernetworksystemwouldkeeponworkingonthetime.AtfirsttheInternetwasonlyusedbythegovernment,butintheearly1970s,universities,hospitalsandbankswereallowedtouseittoo.However,computerswerestillveryexpensiveandtheInternetwasdifficulttouse.Bythestartofthe1990s,computersbecamecheaperandeasiertouse.ScientistshadalsodevelopedsoftwarethatmadesurfingintheInternetmoreconvenient.TodayitiseasytogetonlineanditissaidthatmillionsofpeopleusetheInterneteveryday.Sendingemailismoreandmorepopularamongstudents.TheInternethasnowbecomeoneofthemostimportantpartsofpeopleslife.11.TheInternethasahistoryofmorethanfourtyyears.A.TB.F12.Anewnetworksystemwassetuptomakecomputerscheaper.A.TB.F13.AtfirsttheInternetwasonlyusedbythegovernment.A.TB.F14.SoftwaremadesurfingtheInternetmoreconvenient.A.TB.F15.Todayitsstillnoteasytogetonline.A.TB.F答案ABAABPassage4In1920,barelyoutofhisteens,AlfredHitchcockwenttoworkforanAmericanfilmcompanywhichhadopenedastudioinIslington,London.Hisfirstjobatthestudiowaswritingcaptions(脚本)forsilentmovies.Withintwoyears,hewaswritingscripts(剧本)andworkingasanassistantdirector.Fortherestofthe1920s,HitchcockworkedononefilmafteranotherinBritainandGermany.Filmingwasoftenaroughandready(匆忙做成的)affairandtheassistantdirectorwasrequiredtostepinandpluggaps.Acameramanwentmissing,Hitchcockbecameacameraman.Asceneneededrewriting,Hitchcockrewroteit.Someoneneededtobeinchargeofmoneywhenthefilmcrewwasonlocation,Hitchcocklookedafterthemoney.Atthesametime,thisbeingtheeraofsilentmovies,Hitchcockwaslearningthelanguageofcinematellingastory-notthroughdialogue,butthroughvisualimages(视觉影象).Thisledtohissuccesslater.Whenhebegantodirecthisownfilms,firstinBritainandlaterinHollywood,hewasdeterminedtomakefilmsthatheldtheaudiencesattentionandkepttension(紧张感).Hesucceeded.Hitchcocksabilitytoputyouontheedgeofyourseatmakeshimoneofthegreatestmakersofsuspense(悬念)movies.16.AlfredHitchcocksfirstjobatthestudiowaswritingcaptionsforsilentmovies.A.TB.F17.Accordingtothecontext,stepinandpluggapsinLine3,Para.2meansaskingforoneshelp.A.TB.F18.TellingastorythroughdialoguepreparedHitchcockforhissuccesslater.A.TB.F19.Hewasdeterminedtodrawtheaudiencesattentionandkeeptensioninhisfilmmaking.A.TB.F20.Hehadtakenupdifferentjobsbeforehesucceeded.A.TB.F答案ABBAAPassage5Theworkerswhobroughtthegirltotheorphanage孤儿院knewlittleabouther.Thestreetswheretheyfoundherhadbeenherhomeformanyyears.Herparentswereunknown.Theyleftherlongago.Attheorphanage,thegirl,likeallthechildrenthere,wastaughttoreadandwrite.Whileshewasstudyingattheorphanage,shelearnedsomethingelse-tobeindependent.Attwentyone,shelefttheorphanageandbeganworkasasecretary.Andthen,in1975,whileshewasstillworkingasanordinarysecretary,somethingspecialhappened.SheenteredtheMissHongKongcompetitionandwonit.Thiswastheturningpointinherlife.Nowhername,MaryCheung,wasknowntoeverybody.Maryenteredthecompetitionbecauseshewantedtoshowthatorphanagegirlscouldbesomething.Winningthecompetitiongaveherthechancetostartanewlife.Thisledherfirstintotelevisionandthenintobusinessasamanager.Whenshewasworkingasamanager,shehadtroublewithherreports.MyEnglishjustwasntgoodenough.shesays.Luckily,shehadaboyfriendwholaterbecameherhusbandtohelpher.MarystudiedmanagementatHongKongPolytechnicandgraduatedin1980.Shestartedherownbusinessin1985.Butshedidnotstopdevelopingherself.ShethenstudiedattheUniversityofHongKong.Since1987,shehadspentalotoftimeonphotography.Shehasheldseveralexhibitionsofherworkinmanyplaces-China,NewZealandandParis.Shestillfoundtime,however,toworkonTV,writefornewspapersandbringupherfamily.Thegirlfromthestreethascomealongway,butherjourneyisnotfinishedyet.21.BeforeMaryCheungwasbroughttotheorphanage,shehadlivedinthestreetsformanyyears.A.TB.F22.Thesentenceorphanagegirlscouldbesomethingmeansthatorphanagegirlscouldbepopularandsuccessful.A.TB.F23.Herlifechangedin1985.A.TB.F24.Thispassageisprobablytakenfromanovel.A.TB.F25.MarysboyfriendwasgoodatEnglish.A.TB.F答案AABBA2.资料编辑由365iop网编辑完成,有问题可以反馈Q28638354,九月统考3天通过辅助Passage6IfyoutravelbyairacrossthecenterofAfricaorSouthAmerica,youflyoverforestsforthousandsofkilometers.Thesegreatforestsaretheoceansoftrees.Therearethousandsandthousandsofdifferentkindsofplantsandanimals.However,theworldsforestsaregettingsmallerallthetime.Wearecuttingdownthetreesbecauseweneedwood,andweneedmorefarmland.Somepeoplesaythattherewillnotbeanyforestslikethesein20or30years.WhatwillhappeniftheydisappearIfwecutdownourforests,alotofplantsandanimalswilldisappearfromtheworld.Inalotofplacesthenewfarmlandwillsoonlookliketheolddeserts.Cropswillnotgrowthere.Itwillnotrainveryoften,andtheweatherwillgetveryhot.Perhapstheclimateoftheworldwillchange.Thiswillbedangerousforeveryoneintheworld.Thatiswhywemusttakecareofourforests.26.Thepassagemainlytellsusabouttheimportanceoftakingcareofplants.A.TB.F答案A27.Forestsarehomesfordifferentkindsofanimals.A.TB.F答案A28.Theneedformorewoodandmorelandhelptoprotectourforests.A.TB.F答案B29.Wellhavemoreandgreaterforestsnin20or30yearsinsomepeoplesview.A.TB.F答案B30.Thewriterthinksitnecessarytoprotecttheforests.A.TB.F答案APassage7WhatmakesonepersonmoreintelligentthananotherWhatmakesonepersonagenius,likethebrilliantAlbertEinstein,andanotherpersonafoolArepeoplebornintelligentorstupid,orisintelligencetheresultofwhereandhowyouliveTheseareveryoldquestionsandtheanswerstothemarestillnotclear.Weknow,however,thatjustbeingbornwithagoodmindisnotenough.Insomeways,themindislikealegoranarmmuscle.Itneedsexercise.Mentalexerciseisparticularlyimportantforyoungchildren.Manychildpsychologists心理学家thinkthatparentsshouldplaywiththeirchildrenmoreoftenandgivethemproblemstothinkabout.Thechildrenarethenmorelikelytogrowupbrightandintelligent.If,ontheotherhand,childrenareleftaloneagreatdealwithnothingtodo,theyaremorelikelytobecomedullandunintelligent.Parentsshouldalsobecarefulwithwhattheysaytoyoungchildren.Accordingtosomepsychologists,ifparentsarealwaystellingachildthatheorsheisafooloranidiot,thenthechildismorelikelytokeepdoingsillyandfoolishthings.Soitisprobablybetterforparentstosayverypositivethingstotheirchildren,suchasThatwasaverycleverthingyoudid.orYouaresuchasmartchild.31.Thewordintelligentinthe1stparagraphprobablymeanbright.A.TB.F答案A32.Accordingtothecontextwecanguessthatageniusisanormalpersonwhileanidiotisafunnyperson.A.TB.F答案B33.Apersonbornwithagoodbrainandputtingitintoactiveuseismorelikelytobecomeagenius.A.TB.F答案A34.Itisbetterforparentstopraiseandencouragetheirchildrenmoreoften.A.TB.F答案A35.Intelligenceisobviouslytheresultofwhereandhowyoulive.A.TB.F答案BPassage8Amangotintoatrainandfoundhimselfsittingoppositeawomanwhoseemedtobeaboutthirtyfiveyearsold.Soontheybegantalkingtoeachother,andthemansaidtoher,DoyouhaveafamilyYes,Ihaveoneson,thewomananswered.Oh,reallysaidtheman.DoeshesmokeNo,hesnevertouchedacigarette,thewomanreplied.Thatsgood,themancontinued.Idontsmokeeither.Tobaccoisverybadtooneshealth.AnddoesyoursondrinkwineOh,no,thewomanansweredatonce.Hesneverdrunkadropofit.ThenIcongratulateyou,maam,themansaid.AnddoesheevercomehomelateatnightNo,never,hisneighboranswered.Hegoestobedimmediatelyafterdinnereverynight.Well,themansaid,hesawiseyoungman.HowoldisheHessixmonthsoldtoday.Buthewillgrowuptobeagentleman,thewomanrepliedproudly.36.Themanandthewomanaretalkingaboutthewomansson.A.TB.F答案A37.Thewomanthinkshersonwillbeagentleman.A.TB.F答案A38.Theconversationtookplaceonatrain.A.TB.F答案A39.Theworddisappointedprobablybestdescribesthemansfeelingattheendoftheconversation.A.TB.F答案B40.Thewomanissoproudofhersonthatshedoesnotreallyunderstandwhatthemansquestionsmean.A.TB.F答案BPassage9Mr.Youngranhisownbusinessandworkedveryhard.Hiswifewasafraidthathewouldgetsickifhecontinuedlikethat,sosheoftentriedtogethimtotakeavacation.Atlastshemanagedtopersuadehimtodoso,andshehopedthathewouldbeabletoenjoyhisvacationwithoutanydisturbance,sobeforetheyleft,Mrs.Youngwenttoseeherhusbandssecretary.Shesaidtoher,Myhusbandneedsavacationverymuch,sowhateverhappens,pleasedontbotherhimwithtelegramsandlettersaboutbusinessproblemswhileweareaway.Justwaittillwegetback.AfterMr.andMrs.Younghadbeenawayaboutaweek,Mr.Youngreceivedaletterfromhissecretarywhichsaid,Somethingterriblehappenedtoyourbusiness,butImnotgoingtobotheryouwithitwhileyouareenjoyingyourvacation.41.Mr.Youngwastheownerofaprivatebusiness.A.TB.F答案A42.Mrs.Youngworriedaboutherhusbandsbusiness.A.TB.F答案B43.Mrs.Youngwasafraidthatherhusbandsvacationmightbespoilt.A.TB.F答案A44.ThesecretarydidntexplaininherletterwhathadhappenedtoMr.Youngsbusiness,becauseshedidntwanttospoilMr.Youngsvacation.A.TB.F答案A45.YoucanlearnfromthestorythatMr.Younghadastupidsecretary.A.TB.F答案A3.资料编辑由365iop网编辑完成,有问题可以反馈Q28638354,大学英语B统考3天通过辅助Passage10HereisastorytoldaboutanAmericangeneralwhowasaveryimportantfigureintheAmericanarmyduringtheFirstWorldWar.EverybodyintheUnitedStatesknewhimandmanypeoplewishedtohaveapictureorsomethingofhisintheirhomes.SoonafterthewarthegeneralreturnedtoWashington.Onedayhewenttoadentistandhadsixteethpulledout.Aweeklaterthegeneralheardthathisteethwerebeingsoldinshopsat5each.Oneachoftheteeththerewasalabelwiththenameofthegeneralandwordsbuytheseteethandshowthemtoyourfriendsathome.Thegeneralgotangry.Herushedtohisofficeandorderedsixofficerstogoaroundthecityandbuyallhisteeth.Theofficerswentoutandvisitedeveryshopinthecapital.Theywereawayfromtheofficeallday.Intheeveningtheyreturnedandputonthetableinfrontofthegeneraltheteeththeyhadbought.Theyhadcollected175teeth.46.Manyfamilieswantedtohaveasignatureofthegeneral.A.TB.F答案B47.ThegeneralcamebacktoWashingtonaftertheFirstWorldWar.A.TB.F答案A48.Thegeneralorderedhismentolookforallhisteethandbuyallofthem.A.TB.F答案A49.Thefactthatthegeneralsnamewasonthelabelofeachtoothshowsthatthegeneralwasfamous.A.TB.F答案A50.Theteeththeycollectedmostprobablycost1150.A.TB.F答案BPassage11Thewordhorsepowerwasfirstusedtwohundredyearsago.JamesWatthadmadetheworldsfirstwidelyusedsteamengine.Hehadnowayoftellingpeopleexactlyhowpowerfulitwas,foratthattimetherewerenounitsformeasuringpower.Wattdecidedtofindouthowmuchworkonestronghorsecoulddoinoneminute.Hecalledthatunitonehorsepower.Withthisunithecouldmeasuretheworkhissteamenginecoulddo.Hediscoveredthatahorsecouldlifta3300poundweight10feetintotheairononeminute.Hisenginecouldlifta33poundweight100feetinoneminute.Becausehisenginedidtentimesasmuchworkasthehorse,Wattcalleditatenhorsepowerengine.51.ThepassagesaysthatWattmadethefirstwidelyusedsteamengine.A.TB.F答案A52.Wattwantedtofindawaytolifta3300poundweight.A.TB.F答案B53.Hemadeupaunitofmeasurementbasedonthestrengthofahorse.A.TB.F答案A54.Onehorsepowerwouldequaltheweightofonehorse.A.TB.F答案B55.ThepossibletitleforthispassageisTheOriginoftheTermHorsepower.A.TB.F答案APassage12Snowflakeslooklikewhitestarsfallingfromthesky.Buttherehavebeentimeswhensnowhaslookedred,green,yellow,orblack.Therehavebeensnowflakesofalmosteverycolor.Thinkhowitwouldseemtohavecoloredsnowflakescomingdownallaroundyou.BlacksnowfellinFranceoneyear.AnotheryeargreysnowfellinJapan.Itwasfoundthatthesnowwasmixedwithashes.Thismadeitlookdark.Redsnowhadcomedowninothercountries.Whenthishappened,thesnowwasmixedwithreddust.Mostsnowlookswhite,butitisreallythecolorofice.Snowisicethatcomesfromsnowcloud.Eachsnowflakebeginswithasmalldropoffrozenwater.Morewaterformsaroundthisdrop.Thewaythewaterfreezesgivesthesnowflakesitsshape.Notwosnowflakesareeverjustthesamesizeorshape.Sometimesthesnowflakesarebrokenwhentheycomedown.Othersnowflakesmeltastheyfall.Allsnowflakesareflatandhavesixsides,iftheyarenotbrokenormelted.Whentheairiscoldanddry,thefallingsnowflakesaresmallandhard.Iftheairwetandwarm,thesnowflakesarebigandsoft.WouldyoubesurprisedtoseesnowflakesasbigasyourheadfallingfromtheskyIthappenedonceintheUnitedStates.Itcouldhappenagain.56.Thefirsttwoparagraphsmainlytellusthatsometimessnowhasdifferentcolors.A.TB.F答案A57.Notwosnowflakesarejustthesamesize,butallsnowflakesarehard.A.TB.F答案B58.Snowflakesbeginwithcloud.A.TB.F答案B59.Thebiggerthesnowflakesare,thesoftertheyare.A.TB.F答案A60.BlacksnowfellonlyinEuropeanCountries.A.TB.F答案BPassage13Hobbswasanorphan.Heworkedinafactoryandeverydayhegotalittlemoney.Hardworkchangedhimthinandweak.Hewantedtoborrowalotofmoneytolearntopaintpictures,buthedidnotthinkhecouldpayoffthedebts.Onedayalawyersaidtohim,Onethousanddollars,andhereisthemoney.AsHobbstookthepackageofnotes,hewasverydumbfounded(惊呆了的).Hedidntknowwherethemoneycamefromandhowtospendit.Hesaidtohimself,Icouldgotofindahotelandlivelikearichmanforafewdays,orIgiveupmyworkinthefactoryanddowhatIdliketodopaintingpictures.Icoulddothatforafewweeks,butwhatwouldIdoafterthatIshouldhavelostmyplaceinthefactoryandhavenomoneytoliveon.Ifitwerealittlelessmoney,Iwouldbuyanewcoat,oraradio,orgiveadinnertomyfriends.Ifitweremore,Icouldgiveuptheworkandpayforpaintingthepictures.Butitistoomuchforoneandtoolittlefortheother.Hereisthereadingofyouruncleswill,saidthelawyer,tellingwhatistobedonewiththismoneyafterhisdeath.Imustaskyoutorememberonepoint.Yourunclehassaidyoumustbringmeapapershowingexactlywhatyoudidwithhismoney,assoonasyouhavespentit.Yes,Isee.Iwilldothat,saidtheyoungman.61.Hewantedtoborrowmoneybecausehewantedtolearntopaintpictures.A.TB.F答案A62.Withthemoneyhegot,Hobbsfirstplannedtohaveahappylifeforafewdays.A.TB.F答案B63.WhatHobbswasaskedtodowasnothingbuttobuysomepictures.A.TB.F答案B64.WhatHobbsreallylovedtodowaspaintingpictures.A.TB.F答案A65.Thebesttitleforthepassage.A.TB.F答案BPassage14ElvisAronPresley,wasoftencalledthekingofrockmusic,diedonAugust16th,1977,attheageoffortytwo.Heleftagreatinfluenceonpopularmusic,andmillionsoffans.Duringhislifetime,Elvissoldmorethanfourhundredmillionrecords.AfterPresleydied,manyofhisrecordsrosequickly.WhenPresleydied,manymournersjourneyedtoMemphis,Tennessee,Presleyshome,topaytheirlastrespects.WhilemostofthesefansknewalotaboutthesongsofElvis,fewofthemknewthestoryofhowElvishadhisfirstrecordwhichwasforhismother.HepaidfourdollarstoasmallMemphisrecordingshop,andrecordedtwosongs.ThesongswereMyHappinessandThatsWhereYourHeartachesBegin.SamPhilips,whoownedtheshopwhereElvismadetherecord,likedPresleyssongs.Hesaidhewouldcallhimsomeday.Aboutayearlater,Philipsdidcallandaskhimtocutarecord.ThisfirstrecordhadBlueMoonofKentuckyononeside,andThatsAllRight,Mamaontheother.66.ThepassageismainlyabouthowElvisPresleybeganhiscareer.A.TB.F答案A67.Mournersareusuallyrecordproducers.A.TB.F答案B68.Withouttherecordforhismother,Elvismightnothavebecomeastar.A.TB.F答案A69.WhenPresleydied,peoplewenttoMemphisforhismothersstoryoflife.A.TB.F答案B70.ThepassageshowsthatmanypeoplelovedElvis.A.TB.F答案BPassage15Threementravelingonatrainbeganaconversationabouttheworldsgreatestwonders.Inmyopinion,thefirstmansaid,theEgyptianpyramids(埃及金字塔)aretheworldsgreatestwonder.Althoughtheywerebuiltthousandsofyearsago,theyarestillstanding.Andrememberthepeoplewhobuiltthemhadonlysimpletools.Theydidnothavethekindofmachinerythatbuildersandengineershavetoday.IagreethatthepyramidsinEgyptarewonderful,thesecondmansaid,butIdonotthinktheyarethegreatestwonder.Ibelievecomputersaremorewonderfulthanthepyramids.Theyhavetakenpeopletothemoonandbroughtthembacksafely.Inseconds,theycarryoutmathematicalcalculationsthatwouldtakeapersonahundredyearstodo.Heturnedtothethirdmanandasked,WhatdoyouthinkisthegreatestwonderintheworldThethirdmanthoughtforalongtime,andthenhesaid,Well,Iagreethatthepyramidsarewonderful,andIagreethatcomputersarewonderful,too.However,inmyopinion,themostwonderfulthingintheworldisthisthermos.Andhetookathermosoutofhisbagandhelditup.Theothertwomenwereverysurprised.Athermostheyexclaimed.Butthatsasimplething.Oh,no,itsnot,thethirdmansaid.Inthewinteryouputinahotdrinkanditstayshot.Inthesummeryouputinacolddrinkanditstayscold.Howdoesthethermosknowwhetheritswinterorsummer71.TheunderlinedwordthermosinChinesemeans保温瓶.A.TB.F答案A
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