求学快递网 求学考场
  1. 找试卷
  2. 找答案
  3. 专业标签
原创试题专区 开通学校服务赚现金

2016年6月英语四级提分冲刺试卷(三)

  • 试卷类型:在线模考

    参考人数:185

    试卷总分:255分

    答题时间:125分钟

    上传时间:2016-09-24

试卷简介

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。

试卷预览

1.

For this part, you are allowed 30 minutes to write a short essay on the following question.You should write at least 120 words but no more than 180 words. Suppose your university is collecting opinions to improve the whole campus,what suggestions will you make and why?

(1)

A.He likes Paris a lot.

B.He doesn't know French.

C.He is good at French.

D.He is a Frenchman.

(2)

A.It was held in China.

B.It was about setting up a factory.

C.It has got a new board.

D.It was unsuccessful.

(3)

A.Persuade him to quit smoking.

B.Find a new job for him.

C.Ask him to be independent.

D.Tell him how to work.

(4)

A.She is looking for a bus stop.

B.She is heading for a place.

C.She hates taking a walk.

D.She knows the way herself.

(5)

A.To buy a new map.

B.To ask another person.

C.To go with her.

D.To find the library himself.

(6)

A.His sister.

B.His father.

C.His mother.

D.His brother.

(7)

A.Getting ready for the exams.

B.Taking the final exams.

C.Seeing somebody else.

D.Preparing for something unknown.

(8)

A.She is looking for Linda.

B.Linda is staying with Mike.

C.She doesn't know where Mike is.

D.Mike is waiting for Linda.

(9)

A.She can't find it.

B.She will fix it right now.

C.She asks the man to sew it.

D.She forgets where it is.

(10)

A.It cannot be removed.

B.It is from some drinks.

C.It is made by the woman.

D.It is newly made.

(11)

A.20% of the full price.

B.80% of the full" price.

C.Haft of the full price.

D.Full price.

(12)

A.To take a computer class.

B.To have an interview.

C.To ask the man some questions.

D.To discuss about the advertisement.

(13)

A.She has a computer related major.

B.She can mend computers.

C.She is good at language.

D.She is a college student now.

(14)

A.Software can solve all the problems.

B.Software may take the place of hardware.

C.Hardware is not needed any more.

D.Hardware will develop better.

(15)

A.Surprised.

B.Disappointed.

C.Serf-confident.

D.Hesitating.

(16)

A.Running is a sport easy to do.

B.People can wear good shoes.

C.Much equipment is needed.

D.Business for sports is developing now.

(17)

A.It prevents them from becoming overweight.

B.It removes worries and unhappiness.

C.It protects them from illnesses.

D.It can help cure mental disease.

(18)

A.To please his father who was sick.

B.To make money for his father.

C.To help the American Liver Foundation.

D.To stay free of liver disease.

(19)

A.To run as fast as they can.

B.To take a long running race.

C.To keep running without stopping.

D.To make sure they are healthy enough to run.

(20)

A.They are more independent than before.

B.They have to get married late.

C.They like to live with their parents.

D.They move out before getting married.

(21)

A.It is set by friends and family members.

B.It is only for blind people.

C.People don't know each other.

D.People will not meet again.

(22)

A.They want to broaden their business.

B.They are places for most people to date.

C.They try to do something for single people.

D.They hold some activities to sell more books.

(23)

A.Drinking too many soft drinks is harmful.

B.Children should not drink soda.

C.Mothers are to blame for soft drink problems.

D.Children should be friendly at school.

(24)

A.Soft drinks cause children's aggressive behavior.

B.Soft drinks have too much sugar.

C.Soda is the worst soft drink.

D.Children should have soft drinks but soda.

(25)

A.Destroy their.own possessions.

B.Fight with other students.

C.Stay away from others.

D.Attack other people verbally.

3.

听录音,回答下列题

Cigarette smoking kills.That we know.So, manufacturers made(26)cigarettes as a safer smoking choice--safer than tobacco.E-cigarettes contain the drug nicotine (尼古丁) like cigarettes.But they do not use tobacco.And you do not light them.They are(27)by battery.So, if e-cigarettes are so safe, why have poison control centers around the United States seen an(28)in telephone calls about e-cigarette poisonings? The answer is children.Most of the calls are from people(29)children who have played with the devices.In the period of one month this year, the United States Centers for Disease Control say 215 people called the Center with ecigarette(30).More than half of these calls were for children aged five and younger.The devices(31)had made them sick.Tim McAfee, director of the CDC's Office on Smoking and Health, says the problem is(32)Meaning, the U.S.federal government does not control e-cigarettes even though they contain liquid nicotine.Mr.McAfee adds that liquid nicotine is a well-known danger.Mr.McAfee explains that nicotine poisoning happens when the(33)gets into the skin, gets into the eyes or is swallowed.Even a small amount, he says, can make a person sick.Nicotine poisoning can cause stomach pain or a sense of unbalance.Headaches are also(34)of nicotine poisoning.And too much nicotine can kill.Tim McAfee says e-cigarettes do not create the level of risk to people that tobacco products do.He(35)that almost 500,000 Americans die each year from cigarettes.

(1)

第(26)题

(2)

第(27)题

(3)

第(28)题

(4)

第(29)题

(5)

第(30)题

(6)

第(31)题

(7)

第(32)题

(8)

第(33)题

(9)

第(34)题

(10)

第(35)题

4.

Questions are based on the following passage.Eating fruits and vegetables has proved helpful in preventing various chronic (慢性的) illnesses. 

Does that mean the more the better? 

The data from 16 studies were analyzed,(36)more than 833,234 adults.The span of the studies(37)from 5 to 26 years.56,423 adults participating in the studies died.Overall, the more fruits and vegetables people(38), the less likely they were to have died during the study period.For every(39)serving eaten, up to four a day, the chance of dying for any reason decreased by 5 percent.Those who ate four servings a day were 24 percent less(40)to have died than those who ate none at all.However, eating five or more daily servings indicated no added(41)Higher consumption of fruits and vegetables also showed(42)no effect on the probability of dying from cancer. 

Although the recommendation of the(43)serving varies with age, health status and other factors, most adults are called for to fill half their plate with fruits and vegetables.The food pyramid(金字塔) model(44)that adults eat three to five servings of vegetables and two to four servings of fruits daily. 

However, the study did not determine whether certain fruits or vegetables were more or less beneficial than others.It indeed inferred that there's a(n)(45)to how much fruit and vegetables are good for you. 

A.additional 

B.annual 

C.benefit 

D.boundary 

E.consumed 

F.daily 

G.essentially 

H.financially 

I.investing 

J.involving 

K.likely 

L.limit 

M.probable 

N.ranged 

O.suggested

(1)

37第(36)题选

(2)

38 第(37)题选

(3)

39 第(38)题选

(4)

40 第(39)题选

(5)

41 第(40)题选

(6)

42 第(41)题选

(7)

43 第(42)题选

(8)

44 第(43)题选

(9)

45 第(44)题选

(10)

46 第(45)题选

5.

根据下面资料,回答下列题 

Creative Destruction of Higher Education 

A.Higher educauon is one of the great successes of the welfare country.What was once the privilege of a few has become a middle-class entitlement, thanks mainly to government support.Some 3.5 million Americans and 5 million Europeans will graduate this summer.In the modern world universities are developing rapidly: China has added nearly 30 million places in 20 years.Yet the business has changed little since Aristotle taught at the Athenian Lyceum (雅典学园): young students still gather at a specific time and place to listen to the wisdom of scholars.

B.At present, a revolution has begun, thanks to three forces: rising costs, changing demand and new technology.The result will be the complete change of the university.While the prices of cars, computers and much else have greatly fallen, universities have been able to charge ever more for the same service because they are protected by public funding and the high value employers place on degrees.For two decades the cost of going to college in America has risen by 1.6 percentage points more than inflation every year. 

C.For most students, the university remains a great deal.The total lifetime income from obtaining a college degree, in net-present-value (净现值) terms, can increase as much as $ 590,000.But an increasing number of students have gone deep into debt, especially the 47% in America and 28% in Britain who do not complete their course.As for them, the degree by no means values for that sum of money.And the government becomes more and more unwilling to fund the university.In America government flmding per student fell by 27% between 2007 and 2012, while average tuition fees, adjusted for inflation, rose by 20%.In Britain, tuition fees close to zero two decades ago can reach$15,000 a year. 

D.The second factor resulting in change is the labor market.In the standard model of higher education, people go to university in their 20s.A degree is an entry ticket to the professional classes.But automation is beginning to have the same effect on white-collar jobs as it has on bluecollar ones.According to a study from Oxford University, 47% of occupations are at risk of being automated in the next few decades.As innovation wipes out some jobs and changes others, people will need to top up their human capital all through their lives. 

E) By themselves, these two forces would be pushing change.A third--technology--ensures it.The internet, which has turned businesses from newspapers through music to book sale upside down, will turn over higher education.Now the MOOC, or "Massive Open Online Course", is offering students the chance to listen to star lecturers and get a degree for a fraction of the cost of attending a university.MOOCS started in 2008; however, they have so far failed to live up to their promise.Largely because there is no formal system of accreditation (认证), drop-out rates have been high.But this is changing as private investors and existing universities are drawn in.One provider, Coursera, claims over 8 million registered users.Though its courses are free, it received its first $1 million in incomes last year after introducing the option to pay a fee of between $ 30 and $100 to have course results certified.Another, Udacity, has teamed up with AT&T and Georgia Tech to offer an online master's degree in computing, at less than a third of the cost of the traditional version.Harvard Business School will soon offer an online "pre-MBA" for $1,500.Starbucks has offered to help pay, for its staff to take online degrees with Arizona State University. 

F) MOOCs will destroy different universities in different ways.Not all will suffer.Oxford and Harvardcould benefit.People of great ambition will always want to go to the best universities to meet eachother, and the digital economy tends to favor a few large institutions in charge of its operation.Thebig names will be able to sell their MOOCs around the world.But ordinary universities may sufferthe fate of many newspapers.Were the market for higher education to perform in future as that fornewspapers has done over the past decade or two, universities' incomes would fall by more thanhalf, employment in the industry would drop by nearly 30% and more than 700 institutions wouldshut their doors.The rest would need to adjust themselves to survive. 

G) Like all revolutions, the one taking place in higher education will have victims.Many towns andcities rely on universities.In some ways MOOCS will further make the difference both amongstudents and among teachers.The talented students will be much more comfortable than the weakeroutside the structured university environment.Superstar lecturers will earn a fortune, to the angerof their less charming colleagues. 

H) Politicians will come under pressure to halt this revolution.They should remember that statesoending should benefit society as a whole, not protect professors from competition.The change of universities will benefit many more people than it hurts.Students in the rich world will have access to higher education at lower cost and greater convenience.The flexible nature of MOOCs appeals to older people who need training.EdX, another provider, says that the average age of its online students in America is 31.In the modern world online courses also offer a way for countries like Brazil to go ahead Western ones and supply higher education much more cheaply.And education has now become a global market: the Massachusetts Institute of Technology discovered Battushig Myanganbayar, a remarkably talented Mongolian teenager, through an online electronics course. 

I) Rather than maintaining the old model, governments should make the new one work better.They can do so by supporting common standards for accreditation.In Brazil, for instance, students completing courses take a government-run exam.In most Western countries it would likewise make sense to have a single, independent organization that certifies exams.Changing an ancient institution will not be easy.But it does promise better education for many more people.Rarely have need and opportunity so neatly come together.

(1)

The introduction of automation affects the labor demand and then brings about the revolution of higher education.

(2)

The weaker students and the less attractive teachers will suffer from the innovation of higher education.

(3)

MOOCs are improving in that private investors and existing universities are engaged in them.

(4)

As for those students who do not complete their course, the university degree is definitely not worth $ 590,000.

(5)

Despite a rapid increase in the number of university graduates, higher education has had little difference since its beginning.

(6)

Governments are supposed to support common standards to certify online courses of higher education.

(7)

In order to avoid the failure, ordinary tmiversities need to adapt themselves to the digital economy.

(8)

Thanks to online courses, students may approach higher education much more cheaply andconveniently.

(9)

Due to the protection of public funding and the employers' emphasis on degrees, university students in America pay for a rising expense.

(10)

Mostly because of the lack of formal recognition, the rates of quitting on MOOCs have been high.

最新推荐

    相关试卷

      微信扫码,立即支付

      微信扫描上方二维码

      ×
      平台更新说明
      更新版本:V.2 更新时间:2018年3月7日
      更新内容:
      1.修改若干Bug
      2.完善页面逻辑,提高做题体验度
      3.设立会员体系,为用户提供专属服务
      4.增加外部出卷功能,学校用户开通学校服务后即可拥有自己的试卷库和学生测试中心,可自主出题组卷,为本校考生组织考试