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2016年6月英语四级提分冲刺试卷(二)

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    试卷总分:255分

    答题时间:125分钟

    上传时间:2016-09-24

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本套试卷集合了考试编委会的理论成果。专家们为考生提供了题目的答案,并逐题进行了讲解和分析。每道题在给出答案的同时,也给出了详尽透彻的解析,帮助考生进行知识点的巩固和记忆,让考生知其然,也知其所以然,从而能够把知识灵活自如地运用到实际中去。

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1.

For this part, you are allowed 30 minutes to write a short essay about a place which you like most.You should state the reasons and write at least 120 words but no more than 180 words. ____________________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________

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A.Meet Miss Lee at 3:30 p.m.Today.

B.Talk with Miss Lee on the phone.

C.Have a meeting with the woman.

D.Take a message for the woman.


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A.The man was reading something about the new product.

B.The man was talking on the phone.

C.The woman was interested in the new product.

D.The woman was bored with the telephone.

(3)

A.He has a pain in the neck.

B.He listens to music while sleeping.

C.He cares little about other people.

D.He is fed up with the man.

(4)

A.Something is wrong with the air conditioner.

B.The man is going to fix the air conditioner.

C.The woman can use the air conditioner for free.

D.The woman is worried about the quality.

(5)

A.In a restaurant.

B.In a hotel.

C.In a supermarket.

D.In a greengrocer's.

(6)

A.Eat something else.

B.Lose weight soon.

C.Tempt the man to eat something.

D.Buy some candies herself.

(7)

A.The color of the outfit is perfect.

B.The trousers look wonderful.

C.The outfit goes well with the trousers.

D.The outfit is better than the trousers.

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A.The woman's school choir.

B.The man's experience of singing.

C.The man's interest in singing.

D.The woman's talent for singing.

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A.There are few honest people.

B.It takes a long time to find honest friends.

C.People won't be honest until they know you.

D.It will be longbefore you can really tell.

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A.They can be good friends.

B.They are humorous.

C.They are never serious.

D.They like playing jokes.

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A.They have the same friends.

B.They have different ideas about people.

C.They have the same characteristics.

D.They like changes in their lives.

(12)

A.He looks younger than he really is.

B.He is the only math teacher in school.

C.He is not young enough to teach math.

D.He is not so charming

(13)

A.There is no need to prepare for exams.

B.Using English is more important than memorizing.

C.Passing the class is not an easy thing.

D.Complex words shouldn't be used often.

(14)

A.She will learn well because of her passion for it.

B.She will pass the exam because the teacher says so.

C.She needs some more time to know about it.

D.She should put more efforts into her lessons.

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Section B

A.The woman doesn't really like her English teacher.

B.The English teacher is not responsible at all.

C.The woman doesn't like too much homework.

D.The woman should review her lessons today.

(16)

A.She is a big film fan.

B.Her favorites are normal.

C.She looks older than her age.

D.She likes dressing up hemelf.

(17)

A.She worries that Esther can't take care of herself.

B.She doesn't believe Esther's learning ability.

C.She pushes her to start as early as possible.

D.She disagrees at first but fmally agrees.

(18)

A.Esther doesn't like the private school.

B.Esther likes talking with people a lot.

C.Esther is much better than expected.

D.Esther has a natural aptitude for science.

(19)

A.To cheer ourselves up.

B.To forget the anger.

C.To relax ourselves.

D.To have a rest.

(20)

A.People with stress prefer to listen to music.

B.People can release stress by listening to music.

C.People who don't listen to music get more stressed.

D.People get stressed after worldng for a long time.

(21)

A.No hormone is released any more.

B.The body cannot feel the stress.

C.A new hormone is released.

D.A hormone causing stress is reduced.

(22)

A.They are natural and healthy food.

B.They help people lose weight.

C.They are lowest in calories.

D.They are popular with most people.

(23)

A.Eat it in the early morning.

B.Include various nutrients.

C.Eat something low in calories.

D.Eat much for the whole morning.

(24)

A.Using new cups and spoons.

B.Eating meals at the right time.

C.Stopping eating after feeling full.

D.Working hard after meals.

(25)

A.Appetite is the highest when sleeping.

B.People will spend less time eating food.

C.The body needs to relax after exercise.

D.Energy is needed for the next day's exercise.

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听录音,回答下列题

It is always a tough task to decide on the perfect gift for your perfect morn on a Mother's Day.To offer(26)to your problem here are some unique and special gift ideas for mother.Remember that your mother is always going to(27)your feelings behind the gift you buy.So even if you are a bit incorrect in your choice, she will always(28)the gift from someone whom she loves the most.However, a little thought while purchasing gift might make her day more(29)You may also order online Mother's Day gift on various shopping sites.This way you may(30)a range of gift items and decide on the most suitable and special Mother's Day present for your loving morn. Most moms(31)jewelry so you cannot go wrong if you decide to get a piece of jewelry as a Mother's Day gift.On Mother's Day, ring and necklace go as perfect gifts.You may go in for a piece of fashion jewelry which is trendy, comes in(32)style and is easy on pockets.Pearl sets are a favourite of most moms'.But to come to a right decision, you must(33)her a little before the Mother's Day.Engage her in a little discussion on jewelry and she will tell you what is going to be the next item in her collection.Delight her by malting her wish(34)sooner than she expected. Flowers are a wonderful way of expressing your love and(35)to your mother on the special occasion of Mother's Day.Carnations are the traditional flowers for the occasion.But you may say thank you to your dear Mom with a bouquet of her favourite flowers.

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4.

Questions are based on the following passage. 

For centuries, boys were top of the class.But these days, that's no longer the(36) A new study by the OECD, examined how 15-year-old boys and girls performed at reading mathematics and science.Boys still score somewhat better at maths, and in science the genders are(37)equal.But when it comes to the students who really(38), the difference is obvious: boys are50% more likely than girls to fall(39)of basic standards in all three areas. Why are girls performing better at school than their male classmates? First, girls read more than boys.Reading(40)is the basis upon which all other learning is built.When boys don't do well at reading, their performance in other school subjects(41)too.Second, girls spend more time on homework.Researchers suggest that doing homework(42)by teachers is linked to better performance in maths, reading and science.Boys, it(43), spend more of their free time in the virtual world; they are 17% more likely to play online games than girls every, day.They also use the Internet more. Third, peer pressure plays a(44)A lot of boys decide early on that they are just too cool for school which means they're more likely to be(45)in class.Teachers mark them down for this.In anonymous (匿名的) tests, boys perform better.In fact, the gender gap in reading drops by a third when teachers don't know the gender of the pupil they are marking. 

A.Appears 

B.case 

C.distinguishes 

D.dramatically 

E.engaged 

F.experience 

G.lazy 

H.noisy 

I.proficiency 

J.role 

K.roughly 

L.set 

M.short 

N.struggle 

O.suffers

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5.

根据下面资料,回答下列题 

Which Low Carbon Technology Is Now a Reality? 

A.With fossil fuels expected to supply over 70% of the world's energy needs by 2040, we face someurgent questions: where should efforts be focused in reducing greenhouse gas emissions? Which technologies hold the most promise? There are a range of low-carbon solutions and given thechallenge, we will need them all.We hear a lot about the advances being made by refreshablesources of energy such as solar, wind and hydro-electricity and these are certainly valuabletechnologies in combating climate change.But how can we really make a major impact in reducingcarbon emissions from large power plants and industrial facilities? Enter carbon capture andstorage-or CCS-a technology that captures CO2 from fossil fuel production and permanently storesit underground. 

B.The aim is to prevent the release of large quantities of CO2 into the atmosphere (from fossil fuel usein power generation and other industries).It is a potential means of relieving the contribution offossil fuel emissions to global warming and ocean acidification (酸化).Although CO2 has beeninjected into geological formations for several decades for various purposes, including enhanced oilrecovery, the long term storage of CO2 is a relatively new concept.The first commercial examplewas Weyburn in 2000.CCS can also be used to describe the scrubbing (涤气) of CO2 fromenvironmental air as a climate engineering technique. 

C) In November 2014 the Global CCS Institute released its flagship (核心的) publication--the annual Global Status of CCS report. This comprehensive annual update is the prominent source ofinformation on the development of CCS around the world.A lot of work went into updatinginformation in the report, in cooperation with the CCS industry, as there had been quite significantchanges to the CCS landscape in the preceding 12 months.This included the launch of a large-scaleCCS project in the power sector and the beginning of construction of the world's fn-st large-scale CCSproject in the iron and steel sector. 

D.Large-scale CCS is now a reality in the power sector with the October 2014 launch of the BoundaryDam Integrated Carbon Capture and Storage Demonstration Project in Saskatchewan, Canada.Boundary Dam is the first commercial CCS plant in the power sector, removing 90 per cent of theCO2 produced by electricity generation from lignite ( 褐煤 ) coal at Production Unit No.3 of theSaskPower facility.The captured CO2 is primarily used for enhanced oil recovery (EOR) at thenearby Weyburn oil field, although amounts are also to be stored in deep geological formations atthe Aquistore site.The success of the Boundary Dam project and the progression of additionalprojects through planning and construction, indicates that CCS technologies for application in thepower sector are "market ready". 

E) The next 18 -24 months will see CCS be applied across a range of industries and storage types.Afurther two large-scale CCS power projects are in construction in the US--the Kemper CountyEnergy Facility in Mississippi and the Petra Nova Carbon Capture Project in Texas.Both projects areexpected to be operational in 2016.Also in the US, the Illinois Industrial CCS project planned forlaunch later this year will capture CO2 from the Archer Daniels Midland corn-to-ethanol (乙醇) plantin Decatur.Illinois for storage in an onshore deep saline formation.The Abu Dhabi CCS project inthe United Arab Emirates is under construction and from 2016 will provide the world's first large-scale demonstration of CO2 capture from iron and steel production.

F) In addition to the 22 large-scale CCS projects currently in operation or construction around theworld, 14 projects are in advanced stages of planning, many of which are likely to be in a position tomake a final investment decision over the coming year.Together this group of projects covers arange of applications for CCS and could extend to around ten in the number of large-scale CCSprojects operating in the power sector by the end of the decade.Their progression to operationwould add experience in the dedicated geological storage of CO2 and see operational largescale CCSactivity extend to China for the fLrst time. 

G) 2014 saw commercial application in the power sector become a reality and we can look forward to afurther expansion across a diverse range of industries in the coming years.The Global CCS Institutecontinues to cover developments in CCS with up-to-date information, expert insights, workshops,media releases and online seminars.We struggle to make CCS industry information easily accessible and encourage you to engage with us via our website and regular publications. 

H) For detailed information on large-scale CCS projects please visit our online Projects page, which youcan browse or search for projects based on stage, region, industry or capture, transport and storagetype.For the in'st time the Institute's website contains project descriptions for around 40 lesser scale"remarkable" CCS projects, of which four Japanese "remarkable" CCS projects were the key focusof a chapter in the Global Status of CCS report.For ongoing expert information visit our Insightspage, which is regularly updated with articles from experts in carbon capture and storage, publicengagement, legal issues and policy developments. 

I) To join in the discussion you can attend meetings and workshops around the world, and participatein online seminars where you will have the opportunity to listen to and ask questions of a range ofexperts.Visit our Events page to see upcoming meetings, conferences, workshops and seminars.Finally, for a range of up-to-date news and more detailed information, visit our news andpublications sections.We look forward to covering this exciting period in the development of CCSand providing you with the latest information and important issues for the sector.

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Carbon dioxide has been stored in geological formations for different purposes; however, its long term storage is comparatively new.

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A fmal investment decision on many projects in the planning stages is likely to be made within the next year.

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The case of Boundary Dam project and a series of advancements show that CCS technologies are prepared for its application in the power sector.

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More than 70% of the energy demand all over the world is expected to be supplied by fossil fuels by 2040.

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Information about CCS development all over the world can be obtained from the annual Global Status of CCS report.

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The purpose of CCS technology is to avoid releasing a large amount of CO2 into the atmosphere.

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The commercial use of CCS in the power sector was realized in 2014.

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The online Projects page and Insights page of Global CCS Institute will provide detailed information on large CCS projects and expert information.

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It will take a year-and-a-haft to two years for us to see CCS be widely used in various industries and storage types.

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Renewable energy technologies have made great progress, which will help to fight against climate change.

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