月四川省大学英语三级考试真题(B 2007 年 6 月四川省大学英语三级考试真题(B 卷)
Part II Vocabulary and Structure (20%) (20 minutes)
Directions: There are 20 incomplete sentences in this part. For each sentence there are four choices marked A), B), C) and D). You must 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.
  13. Mr. Jones accepted our suggestion and tried every means to himself to his new conditions A)suit B)adapt C)adopt D)regulate

  14. The of having one’s marriage arranged by patients has disappeared in many parts of the world but continues in some Asian and African countries A)content
  15. B)custom C)current D) context
Computers of this type make the home an place to work in many cases. B)effective C)affected D)affective
A) efficient
  16.
Although it was very difficult for him to finish the task, he was to ask for help. B)impossible C)impatient D)reliable
A) reluctant

  17. Cindy’s parents give her everything she asks for, and as a result, she’s very much. A) injured B)harmed C)spoilt D)hurt

  18. The old-fashioned chair in the living room has been in the family. It was my grandmother’s originally. A)hand over
  19. B)handed out C)handed in D)hand down
He told us to use our dictionaries to any word we didn’t understand. B)look out C)look up D)look at
A)look for
  20.
Young children may run around and make a lot of noise. Actually they are acting
for their age. A)doubtfully
  21. B)appropriately C)conveniently D)elementarily
The fierce competition in this trade gets of this enterprise’s development. B)in a way C)in the way D)on the way
A)by the way

  22. We have to the government for a home improvement loan. A)appointed B)approached C)arranged D)applied

  23. The Americans and British not only speak the same language but also a large number of social customs. A)appreciate B)join C)share D)associate

  25. It was because the applicant was too self-confident he failed in the interview. A)that B)therefore C)so D)benefited

  26. Liu Xiang was awarded a gold medal in the world championships. He a lot of hard training. A)should have experienced C)should experience B)must have experienced D)must experience

  27. A good writer is who can express the commonplace in an uncommon way. A)that B)it C)this D)one

  28. If the whole operation beforehand, a great deal of time and money would have been lost. A)was not planned C)were not planned B)had not been planned D)has not been planned

  29. We think impossible for them to finish their assignment in such a short time. A)it B) what C)this D)that

  30. Dr. Smith, together with his wife and two sons, to arrive on the evening flight. A)is B)are going C)are D)will be

  31. No sooner home than he was asked to start on another journey. A)Jack arrived B) Jack had arrived C) would jack arrive D)had jack arrived

  32. another chance, I will certainly pass the driving test. A)Give B)Giving C)To give D)Given
Part III
Reading Comprehension (40%)
(35 minutes)
Directions: There are four passages in this part. Each passage is followed by five questions or unfinished statements. For each question, there are four choices marked A), B),C) and D). You should choose the best answer. Then mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center. Passage One Questions 33 to 37 are based on the following passage. When you have completed your college education, you will look for a job suited to your training, interests, and ambitions(志向). In most cases, you will visit a likely employer’ s office and complete an application form for the position in which you are interested. The employer may then make a decision regarding your ability on the basis of the application form and a personal interview. Throughout your lifetime, however, you may find yourself in other job-seeking situations in an attempt to improve your position. As you gain experience, you are likely to become ambitious for better and better jobs. These better jobs often request written letters of application and summaries of your background and experience. Your writing skills may an important part in obtaining the job you desire. In any job-seeking situation, there are a number of ways you may use your writing skills: to complete an application form, prepare a resume, write an application letter, or write employment follow-up letters. As an ambitious job-seeker, therefore , you should be able to prepare all the written material that will help you obtain the job you want.
  33. According to the passage, in seeking a job ,the students. A)will follow their interests and ambition B)like to visit every employer’s office C)can make an arrangement for an interview D)will surely get a chance to improve position
  34. If you want to improve your position and find a good job, it is important to. A)understand the application form of the company B)improve your writing skills C)make a decision on the basis of your own desire
D)get a job related to your education
  35. To find a job, it is not necessary to supply. A) a letter of application C) an application form B) a letter for an interview D) a resume

  36. Your application for a job should mainly inform the employer of your. A) present position and income C) background and experience B) ability in letter writing D) decision to apply for the job

  37. What may be the best title for this passage? A) How to Complete a Job Application Form B) An Introduction to Job-seeking Situations C) An Attempt to Find Better Jobs D) Writing Skills Help Job-seeking Passage Two Questions 38 to 42 are based on the following passage. A credit card can be useful. You could take it into a store and buy a television set or new furniture or clothing or anything you wanted. All you would have to do is to sign your name and take what you wanted out of the store without paying cash. But there is a problem with the cardsthey can be financial poison. These cards are just like the poisons we use on insects. If we use them carefully, they can be helpful; but if we use them too much, they can kill us. These cards can kill us financially just as real poison can kill our body. For any money that the user does not pay each month, the credit card company changes a percentage of that amount in interest. The insect is added every month, so a bill that is not paid gets bigger and bigger. Over 10 percent of the families in the United States are “overextended”. That is, they have more debt on their credit cards than they can pay.
Credit cards can be used for almost anything that money can buy. And they can even be used to pay for funerals. For some credit card users, a funeral may be the only solution to the debt problems they have caused for themselves by using credit cards.
  38. A credit card is so useful in daily life that if you have one . A) you can borrow money with no interest B) you don’t have to pay anything you want. C) you don’t have to bring cash with you D) you can take anything free of charge
  39. What is the result of using the credit card too much? A) Causing financial problems to cards users B) Leading to the death of credit card users. C) Increasing the rate of interest of the bills. D) Killing card users like real poison.
  40. Which of the statement is true according the passage? A) Card users have to pay interest for the money that is not paid in time B) Interest will be charged for any money paid with a credit card. C) Ten percent of the money used by card users is charged as the interest. D) Card users will pay lower interest if they return the money in time.
  41. If people are “overextended”(in Paragraph
  4) with their credit, it means . A) they can no longer use credit cards for anything B) they have to pay off debts with their money on their cards C) they have used more money than they can pay off D) they will be overcharged ten percent of interest
  42. What does the author mean by saying “a funeral may be the only solution to the debt problems…by using credit cards”?
A) Some credit card users even use credit cards to pay for their funerals. B) Using credit cards to pay for funerals may solve debt problem. C) No interest will be charged for the money paid for funerals. D) Some credit card users owe too much debt to pay off in their lifetime. Passage Three Questions 43 to 47 are based on the following passage. As a kid, Kacey Long would dream of becoming a professional woman. While studying human resources management successfully at university. Long decide to change her look. So, at 19,she decided to get her breasts enlarged, “I was all about doing anything I could to improve myself,” she says. With that decision, Long joined thousands of young patients who are surgically altering their appearance each year. Teenagers even younger than Long are having breasts enlarged, noses and ears reshaped and skin changed. In 2003, almost 336,000 American teens 18 or younger had some kind of cosmetic (美容) surgery or procedure, a 50% increase over 20
  02. Patient-safety advisers believe that many of the teens having surgery are unnecessarily putting themselves at risk of injury or even death. Teens are at the greatest risk of making a decision they will regret as Long did. Long had her breasts enlarged to size D, felt sick and weak within months after the $4,500-cost plastic surgery, and had her breast fillings removed two years later. She is still suffering from the long, painful recoveries. “I wish I had never done it,” says Long. She is just one of those thousands who are actually risking their future beauty by going under the knife when they are still growing.
  43. Which of the following is true about Kacey Long? A) She had a successful breast surgery B) She had a regretful breast surgery C) She studied cosmetic surgery at university. D) She had become a professional woman.
  44. When Long decided to have her breasts enlarged, she. A) knew what risking she was taking
B) was actually risking her future beauty C) had tried several times to change her look D) knew all about the effect of breast surgery
  45. The number of the American teens having cosmetic surgery. A) had an increasing of 224,000 in the year 2003 B) was about 224,000 in 2002 but doubled in 2003 C) amounted to approximately 224,000 in 2002 D) amounted to approximately 1
  68.000 in 2002
  46. When Long says “I wish I had never done it,” she expresses her . A) regretfulness for her decision to have the breast surgery B) regretfulness for having paid $4,500 for the surgery C) satisfaction with the removal of the breast fillings D) satisfaction with her good shape after the surgery
  47. The author of the passage uses Long’s case to . A) stop the American teenagers from having painful surgery B) call our attention to the American teenagers’ health C) express sympathy towards the American teenagers D) inform the teenagers of the danger of the cosmetic surgery Passage Four Questions 48 to 52 are based on the following passage. Scientists in the United States have developed a computer program that say could provide an early warming of major earthquakes. The new system is designed to give a warming seconds before an earthquake strikes. That may not sound like very long. However, it could give people time to get under a table. The flow of electric power or gas could be cut, air traffic controllers could warn away pilots. Even so-called “smart buildings” could be designed to get ready.
Richard Allen of the University of Wisconsin and Hiroo Kananmori of the California Institute of Technology developed the program. They call it the Earthquake Alarm System. A report published in Science magazine describes it. The system uses a mathematical program to measure information collected by instruments placed across the Los Angeles area. Southern California already has more than 150 stations that measure movements within the ground. The information they collect is sent to a high-speed computer. The new system is designed to estimate the strength of the earthquake once the shaking starts. Areas directly above the center of the earthquake would have the least warning. Distant places might have as long as forty seconds. Professor Allen notes that an early warning system for earthquakes would require a major campaign of public education. Then, another problem is the possibility of false alarms.
  48. When an earthquake strikes, the new alarm system would give people enough time to. A) find shelter in “smart buildings” B) tell pilots to land the airplanes C) know the strength of the earthquake D) turn off gas and electricity
  49.The “earthquake Alarm System” described in the passage has been developed by ?. A) Richard Allen and his teacher Hiroo Kananmori B) Hiroo Kananmori and his assistant Richard Allen C) two scientists from the United States and Japan D) two scientists from two universities in the US
  50. The new alarming program. A) is widely used in Winsconsin and California B) is still in process of development C) is especially useful for areas directly above center of the earthquake D) gives warming at least forty seconds before the earthquake starts.
  51. The new alarm system may be described as .
A) a program that
 

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