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2015湖南省成人高考学士学位英语模拟试题及答案四

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2015湖南省成人高考学士学位英语模拟试题及答案四 2015年湖南成人高等教育学士学位外语水平考试模拟试题(四)

英语试卷一

Part I Dialogue Completion (15 points)

Directions: There are 15 shot incomplete dialogues in this part, each followed by 4 choices marked A, B, C and D. Choose the best one to complete the dialogue and mark your answer on the ANSWER SHEET with a single line through the center.

1. Bill: Well, Tom. I’m sorry I must be off now.

Tom: ______. I hope to hear from you soon.

A. Enjoy yourself

B. That’s all right

C. Keep in touch

D. Cheer up

2. Mr. William: I’ like to invite you dinner this Sunday, Mr. Smith.

Mr. Smith:________.

A. Oh, no, let’s not

B. I’d rather stay at home

C. I’m very sorry, but I have other plans

D. Oh, no. that’ll be too much trouble

3. Tim: How was the football match between Italy and England last night?

Jack:_________.

A. It was a good deal

B. It was a tie game

C. It was an afterthought

D. It’s hard to believe

4. Diana: _________ It will help you a lot.

Mary: That’s good idea. Let’s make some.

A. You’d better have some tea.

B. Would you please make me some tea?

C. I promise to get you some tea .

D. Help yourself to some tea.

5. Pauline: Thank you ever so much for your help with my math.

Anna: ________.

A. Glad to hear that

B. Not worth thinking

C. You are too polite

D. Think nothing of it

6. Sian: You should have thanked her before you left.

Mori: _________. But when I was leaving I couldn’t find him anywhere.

A. I meant to

B. I meant

C. I meant doing so

D. I meant doing

7. Peter: Excuse me, what is the best way for me to improve my English?

Samuel: ________. If you don’t practice, nothing else will be able to help you.

A. Don’t loose heart

B. Keep practicing

C. Don’t give up

D. Keep your courage

8. Mr. Shaw: Mr. Taylor, I’m sorry I used your pencil when you were out just now.

Mr. Taylor: ________.

A. You’re welcome

B. It’s a pleasure

C. That’s all right

D. Don’t mention it

9. Sissy: I need to see a doctor.

Jennet: _______?

Sissy: I think I have a headache.

A. What for

B. What

C. How about

D. What about

10. David: Charles, could you drive me to the railway station?

Charles: ________

A. No thinks.

B. I’ll be there on time.

C. Sure, why not?

D. Never mind

11. Max: My son has been admitted by Beijing University.

Walt: Congratulations! He is very smart!

Max: _________.

A. You are right.

B. Don’t mention it

C. Yes, he is

D. Thank you very much

12. Student: Do you mind our performing rock’ n’ roll in the hall?

Teacher: _________.

A. Oh, I’d rather you didn’t actually

B. Of course not, it’s not allowed here

C. No you can’t

D. Great! I’d prefer to listen to rock’ n’ roll

13. Customer: I’ m sorry, but I didn’t know it is a no-smoking place.

Clerk: __________

A. That’s all right.

B. How can you say that?

C. That’s impossible.

D. Sorry, but that’s no excuse.

14. Waiter: How would you like your coffee?

Customer: _________.

A. It’s well done

B. Very nice, thanks

C. Black, please

D. Only one cup

15. Virginia: What about going downtown to do some shopping this afternoon?

Rena: _________

A. Go ahead, please.

B. Good idea!

C. Me, too.

D. Help yourself.

Part II Reading Comprehension (20 points)

Directions: There are 4 passages in this part. Each of the passages is followed by 5 questions or unfinished statements. For each of them there are 4 choices marked A, B, C and D. Choose the best one and markyour answer on the ANSWER SHEET with a single line through the center.

Passage One

Jack Billabong is an aboriginal stockman. On Friday afternoon he was riding along the track towards the Hendersonhomestead. He was looking for a prize bull which had escaped from the Borrogee paddock. Hereached the hills and saw at once that he could not go further.

The fire in the forest had gone out. But the air was still full of smoke and fallen trees had blocked the track. Jack was just going to turn back when he saw something moving in the smoke. He waited. It was a girl on a horse, and she was riding towards him.

“There’s a badly burnt man at the homestead,” the girl shouted. “He saved my life. Please help me to save him.”