09年12月大学英语三级

导读:浙江省大学英语三级考试,浙江省大学英语三级考试试题册2009.12注意事项1.将学校、姓名和准考证号用铅笔或圆珠笔写在答题纸和翻译纸上部的方格内。2.将学校代号、准考证号用铅笔划在答题纸上。3.将试卷代号A卷或B卷划在答题纸上试卷代号一栏的相应字母上;A卷划在A字上;B卷划在B字上。4.多项选择题只能选一个答案,答案一律用铅笔划在答题纸上,写在试题册上无效。76题以后请不要划线。5

09年12月大学英语三级

浙江省大学英语三级考试

试题册

2009. 12

注意事项

1.将学校、姓名和准考证号用铅笔或圆珠笔写在答题纸和翻译纸上部的方格内。

2.将学校代号、准考证号用铅笔划在答题纸上。

3.将试卷代号A卷或B卷划在答题纸上试卷代号一栏的相应字母上;A卷划在

A字上;B卷划在B字上。

4.多项选择题只能选一个答案,答案一律用铅笔划在答题纸上,写在试题册上

无效。76题以后请不要划线。

5.如果要改动答案,必须先用橡皮擦净原来选定的答案,然后再在新选定的字

母上划线。

6.英译中和中译英答案请用钢笔或圆珠笔写在翻译纸上。翻译纸A、B卷应与

试卷代号相同。

7.请在120分钟内答完全部试题,不得拖延时间。

8.教师将答题纸,翻译纸和试题册收回后方可离开考场。

Section B

Directions: In this section, you will hear 3 short passages or conversations. At the end of each passage or conversation, you will hear some questions. The passage or the conversation will be read twice. After you hear a passage or a conversation, you must choose the best answer from the four choices marked A), B), C) and D). Then mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center.

Passage One

Questions 11-13 are based on the passage you have just heard.

11. A) They took it to be a trend. B) They considered it avoidable.

C) They believed it to be a luxury. D) They thought it quite acceptable.

12. A) Critical. B) Serious. C) Doubtful. D) Casual.

13. A) When the existing marriage law is modified.

B) When husbands and wives understand each other better.

C) When the costs of getting a divorce become unaffordable.

D) When people consider marriage an important part of their life.

Passage Two

Questions 14-16 arc based on the passage you have just heard.

14. A) She was a cleaner. B) She was a social worker.

C) She was a physician. D) She was an office worker.

15. A) Because she wanted to earn more money.

B) Because she could not find a daytime job.

C) Because she could not sleep well at night.

D) Because she needed a change and a lighter job.

16. A) She works six nights every two weeks.

B) She is not satisfied with her present job.

C) She has been a night nurse in a hospital for about 25 years.

D) She does not take part in social activities in her working days.

Passage Three

Questions 17-20 are based on the passage you have just heard.

17. A) They are familiar. B) They are very complicated.

C) They are obvious. D) They are not well understood.

18. A) Regular driver training. B) Better public transportation.

C) Improved highway design. D) More strict traffic regulations.

19. A) Highway crime. B) Poor traffic control.

C) Drivers' mistakes. D) Confusing road signs.

20. A) Designing better cars. B) Building more highways.

C) Developing drivers' sense of responsibility.

D) Increasing people's awareness of traffic problems.

Part II Vocabulary

Directions: There are 20 incomplete sentences in this part. For each sentence there are four choices marked A), B), C) and D). Choose the ONE answer that best completes the sentence. Then mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center.

21. Laura is very ________for her age. Anyway, she is only seventeen years old.

A) mature B) sensitive C) modest D) emotional

22. Nowadays more and more teachers ________primary importance________ student-centered teaching approaches.

A) lay...on B) keep...from C) attach...to D) connect...with

23. Officials believe that more than one person are to ________for the fire on Sunday morning.

A) scold B) criticize C) blame D) complain

24. It is said that a foreign-invested firm has bought the shares of our company and________.

A) taken it over B) taken it up C) taken it away D) taken it down

25.I________Margaret in the street yesterday afternoon whom I had not seen for five years.

A) ran over B) ran into C) ran down D) ran away with

26. Since she did not have time to read the entire play before class, she read the ________of the plot.

A) outlet B) outline C) output D) outlook

27. For many old people, financial difficulty is their major ________of worry.

A) source B) issue C) problem D) origin

28. The law requires equal treatment for all, ________of race, religion, or sex.

A) innocent B) aware C) regardless D) despite

29. I'm all in ________of people going out and enjoying themselves so long as they don't disturb others.

A) case B) light C) honor D) favor

30. Her experience tells us that intelligence does not ______mean success.

A) really B) definitely C) certainly D) necessarily

31. It has taken the policemen more than two years to ________the dogs to detect explosives.

A) train B) guide C) raise D) employ

32.1 was short of money and I had no ________but to go back home.

A) way B) choice C) means D) selection

33.1 remember putting the book on my desk; it has ________disappeared now.

A) anyway B) probably C) somehow D) therefore

34.________speaking, spiders are not insects, although most people think they are.

A) Generally B) Strictly C) Personally D) Specifically

35.1 agree with you to ________extent but there are other factors to consider.

A) a great B) the full C) a certain D) such an

36.1 know Valerie so well that I can ________his voice from among the general conversation.

A) take out B) work out C) pick out D) look out

37. Clothes and blankets have been ________to the villagers by the local government.

A) handed in B) handed over C) handed out D) handed down

38.I remember her face but I can't ________where I met her.

A) recall B) memorize C) remind D) recognize

39. The police are ________the neighboring counties for the missing boy.

A) seeking B) finding C) searching D) visiting

40. Why don't you ________my sister when you are in Hangzhou? She can help you.

A) call on B) call for C) call forth D) call off

Part III Structure

Directions: There are 20 incomplete sentences in this part. For each sentence there are four choices marked A), B), C) and D). Choose the ONE answer that best completes the sentence. Then mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center.

41.________the high living expenses, Mary decided to give up the job offered by the company.

A) Considered B) To consider C) Considering D) To be considered

42. Not bringing enough money and _______to borrow from others, she simply said she didn't like the bag.

A) not to want B) not wanting C) didn't want D) wanting not

43. Why do you want a new job ________you've got such a good one already?

A) unless B) if C) because D) when

44. Cats are mysterious animals for most people .________popularly believed that they have nine lives.

A) It is B) What is C) This is D) There is

45. To their excitement, the concert was more successful than they________.

A) thought B) have thought C) had thought D) were thinking

46. The two parties have signed the contract but the details of it ________public.

A) hasn't made B) were not made

C) hadn't made D) haven't been made

47. Though she was only ten years old, Lucy didn't like ________as a child.

A) to treat B) treat C) to be treated D) treating

48. Greatly________, the two foreigners asked to join the villagers in the game.

A) interests B) interesting C) interested D) being interested

49. What a pity! If we had got an ambulance and sent him to hospital earlier, we________ his life.

A) can save B) had saved C) would save D) might have saved

50. If the weather had been more favorable, the trees ________even better now.

A) will grow B) would be growing C) are growing D) would have grown

51. He told you he had a date with Mary? He ________to say so.

A) might be drunk B) must have been drunk

C) had been drunk D) would have been drunk

52. After countless experiments and failures, the scientists are reported ________a cure for cancer.

A) to find B) having found C) finding D) to have found

53. In order to keep fit, she makes _____to walk two miles after supper every day.

A) a rule B) it is a rule C) it a rule D) herself a rule

54. To raise wages means _________ purchasing power, which helps stabilize the national economy

A) increasing B) increase C) to increase D) increased

55.________ice on the road, the drivers were requested to make the necessary preparations and drive slowly.

A) There was B) Having C) There being D) When there were

56.________that song always reminds me of that great night in Santa Cruz.

A) To hear B) Hear C) Having heard D) Hearing

57. They wasted two hours arguing with each other. In fact, what they ________is to call the police.

A) can do B) must have done C) ought to do D) should have done

58. Whenever ________about it, Henry could hardly hold back his emotions.

A) asked B) he asked C) asking D) to be asked

59. That terrible dog ought to be destroyed ________it attacks any more children.

A) when B) until C) before D) after

60. The Customs Officer stopped him and asked him ________he had anything to declare, which made him nervous.

A) for B) what C) that D) whether

Part IV Reading Comprehension

Directions: There are 3 passages in this part. Each passage is followed by some questions or unfinished statements. For each of them there are four choices marked A), B), C) and D). You should decide on the best choice and mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center. Passage One Questions 61 to 65 are based on the following passage:

As the pace of life continues to increase, we are fast losing the art of relaxation. Once you are in the habit of rushing through life and working from morning till night, it is hard to slow down. But relaxation is essential for a healthy mind and body.

Stress is a natural part of everyday life and there is no way to avoid it. In fact, it is not the bad thing it is often supposed to be. A certain amount of stress is vital to provide motivation (动机) and give purpose to life. It is only when the stress gets out of control that it can lead to poor performance and ill health.

The amount of stress a person can withstand depends very much on the individual. Some people are not afraid of stress and such characters are obviously the best material for managerial responsibilities. Others lose heart at the first signs of unusual difficulties. When exposed to stress, in whatever form, we react both chemically and physically. In fact we make choice between "flight or fight" and in more primitive (原始的) days the choices made the difference between life and death. The crises (危机) we meet today are unlikely to be so extreme, but however little the

stress, it involves the same response. It is when such a reaction lasts long, through continued exposure to stress, that health becomes endangered. Such serious conditions as high blood pressure and heart diseases have established links with stress. Since we cannot remove stress from our lives (it would be unwise to do so even if we could), we need to find ways to deal with it.

61. Which of the following is a possible consequence of the increased pace of life?

A) One will overwork himself.

B) One will have more time for relaxation.

C) One will no longer be used to the slow pace of life.

D) One will get physically weaker but mentally stronger.

62. What does the writer mainly want to tell us in the second paragraph?

A) How stress affects us. B) What she thinks stress is.

C) Why people misunderstand stress. D) How people may benefit from stress.

63. Which of the following words is closest in meaning to "withstand" in Paragraph 3?

A) bear B) fear C) produce D) reduce

64. Which of the following is false according to the last paragraph?

A) Some people can handle stress better than others.

B) Once exposed to stress, people's health is harmed.

C) People react to stress both physically and mentally,

D) People do not often meet life-or-death crises in modern times.

65. What do you think the writer will go on to discuss in the following paragraphs?

A) Ways to avoid stress. B) Ways to broaden our mind.

C) Ways to keep fit physically. D) Ways to bring stress under control.

Passage Two

Questions 66 to 70 are based on the following passage:

Time spent in a bookshop can be most enjoyable, whether you are a book lover or merely you are there to buy a book as a present. You may even have entered the shop just to find shelter from a sudden shower. Whatever the reason, you can soon become totally unaware of your surroundings. The desire to pick up a book with an attractive dust jacket (护套) is irresistible, although this method of selection ought not to be followed, as you might end up with a rather dull book.

This opportunity to escape the realities of everyday life is the main attraction of a bookshop. There are not many places where it is possible to do this. A music shop is very much like a bookshop. You can wander round such places to your heart's content. No assistant will approach you with inevitable (必有的) greeting: "Can I help you, sir?" You needn't buy anything you don't want.

You have to be careful not to be attracted by the variety of books in a bookshop. It is very easy to enter the shop looking for a book on ancient coins and to come out carrying a copy of the latest best-selling novel and perhaps a book about painting-something that had only vaguely interested you up until then. Maybe that part of the book you read proved so interesting that you just had to buy it. This sort of thing can be very dangerous. Apart from running up a huge account, you can waste a great deal of time wandering from section to section.

66. What does the writer mean when he mentions a person who finds shelter in a bookshop?

A) The person likes a quiet place. B) The person enjoys reading books.

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