《大学英语(四)0004》20春在线作业1答卷

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《大学英语(四)0004》18春在线作业1-0001
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一、单选题 (共 40 道试题,共 80 分)
1.— What do you think of this novel?

— _______
A.I've read it.
B.It's well-written.
C.It was written by my uncle.
D.I bought it yesterday.
答案:

2.I have the complacent feeling ______ I'm highly intelligent.
A.what
B.which
C.that
D.this
答案:

3.We’re using technology to _______ our levels of service.
A.enhance
B.extend
C.expand
D.amplify
答案:

4.It is not until he came back _______ I knew it.
A.when
B.after
C.before
D.that
答案:

5.Peter worked so fast with the maths problems ______ a lot of mistakes.
A.as to make
B.that made
C.to make
D.that he made
答案:

6.— How about going fishing? — ____________, I have no patience for that.
A.Excuse me
B.Sorry
C.Pardon
D.Apologize
答案:

7.She suffered temporary loss of _______ after being struck on the head.-
A.view
B.vision
C.illusion
D.eye
答案:

8._______ they met each other and became good friends.
A.It was in the countryside where
B.Being in the countryside
C.It was in the countrysidewhen
D.It was in the countryside that
答案:

9.It is essential that these application forms _______ back as early as possible.
A.must be sent
B.will be sent
C.are sent
D.sent
答案:

10.— Are you feeling better today, Jack? — _______
A.There must be something wrong.
B.Just have a good rest.
C.Yes, thank you, doctor. But I still don't feel good.
D.Don't worry about me.
答案:

11.I wish I _______ what to do.
A.knew
B.have known
C.know
D.would know
答案:

12.— Hello, I'm David Chen. Nice to meet you. — _______
A.Are you?
B.Nice to meet you too.
C.Yes.
D.Very nice.
答案:

13.If you _______ me, I shall be very grateful to you.
A.must help
B.will help
C.may help
D.need help
答案:

14.We came finally _________ the conclusion that she has been telling lies all the time.
A.of
B.into
C.to
D.at
答案:

15.— Do you think I could borrow these magazines? — _______
A.No, you can’t.
B.You could borrow other magazines.
C.The magazines aren’t here now.
D.I’m sorry, but the magazines you want are out.
答案:

16.The old lady _______ is Tom’s grandmother.
A.you talked
B.who you talked to her
C.whom you talked
D.to whom you talked
答案:

17.After Mr. Smith retired, his son took over his company.
A.史密斯先生退休后,他的儿子接管了他的公司。
B.在史密斯先生退休前,他的儿子接管了他的公司。
C.史密斯先生退休是因为他的儿子接管了他的公司。
D.史密斯先生一退休他的儿子就接管了他的公司。
答案:

18.A number of people _______ at the street corner.
A.am
B.is
C.are
D.be
答案:

19.We are next-door _______.
A.neighborhoods
B.neighbor
C.neighborhood
D.neighbors
答案:

20.— Good-bye for now. — _______
A.The same to you.
B.That's OK.
C.See you.
D.Long time no see.
答案:

21.—Hello! Can I get a seat on the 8 pm flight to Detroit?

— _______.
A.Hello! International Airline
B.You'd better look up the schedule first
C.I'm sorry, but it's completely booked
D.I'm afraid you have to change
答案:

22.A pair of spectacles ________ what I need at the moment.
A.is
B.are
C.has
D.have
答案:

23.The pilot of an airplane is responsible _______ the safety of the passengers.
A.of
B.with
C.for
D.about
答案:

24.Physics _______ always my strong point.
A.is
B.are
C.being
D.to be
答案:

25.— Will he have to be hospitalized?

— _______
A.No, he will recover soon.
B.It will last long.
C.There is nothing wrong with me.
D.He has a serious headache.
答案:

26.The organization works hard to _______ friendship between nations.
A.promote
B.speed
C.hasten
D.hurry
答案:

27.Sending the child abroad alone would mean putting him at risk.
A.让孩子一个人去国外有危险。
B.送孩子去国外就等于冒险。
C.把孩子单独送到国外就意味着让他去冒风险。
D.把孩子单独送到国外意味着把他放在风险中。
答案:

28.— Shall we sit up here on the grass or down there near the water?

— ________
A.I'd rather stay here if you don't mind.
B.Sorry, I don't like neither.
C.Certainly, why not?
D.Yes, we like these two places.
答案:

29.— Let's go to the library this afternoon. — _______
A.Yes, that's right.
B.No. I can't.
C.What about you?
D.That's a good idea.
答案:

30.I was satisfied with her explanation, _________.
A.so my classmates were
B.so were my classmates
C.so my classmates did
D.so did my classmates
答案:

31.— ____I put my coat here?

— Sorry, you ______.
A.May; mustn't
B.Do; don't
C.Can; needn't
D.May; can't
答案:

32.How ______ you say that you really understand the whole story if you have covered only part of the article?
A.can
B.must
C.need
D.may
答案:

33.You'd better wear more clothes. It's ______ cold today.
A.much too
B.too much
C.very much
D.much very
答案:

34.— What’s your major?

— _______
A.I take a course in literature.
B.I’m interested in medicine.
C.I’m thinking of taking the linguistics course
D.I take world history as my major.
答案:

35.— I think he is a good lecturer. — _______
A.Sorry, it doesn't matter.
B.So do I.
C.Yes. It's a good idea.
D.I don't mind.
答案:

36.We consider _______ the instrument be adjusted each time it is used.
A.that it necessary
B.it necessary that
C.necessary that
D.necessary of it that
答案:

37.The young actor who had been thought highly of _________ to be a great disappointment.
A.turned up
B.turned out
C.turned down
D.turned in
答案:

38.It's time we ____ the lecture because everybody has arrived.
A.will start
B.shall start
C.start
D.started
答案:

39.We moved to the front row ______ we could hear and see better.
A.so as
B.so that
C.because
D.such that
答案:

40._______ energy under the earth must be released in one form or another, for example, an earthquake.
A.Accumulated
B.Assembled
C.Gathered
D.Collected
答案:

二、判断题 (共 5 道试题,共 20 分)
41.In 1920, barely out of his teens, Alfred Hitchcock went to work for an American film company which had opened a studio in Islington, London. His first job at the studio was writing captions (脚本) for silent movies. Within two years, he was writing scripts(剧本) and working as an assistant director.
    For the rest of the 1920s, Hitchcock worked on one film after another in Britain and Germany. Filming was often a rough-and-ready(匆忙做成的) affair and the assistant director was required to step in and plug gaps. A cameraman went missing, Hitchcock became a cameraman. A scene needed rewriting, Hitchcock rewrote it. Someone needed to be in charge of money when the film crew was on location, Hitchcock looked after the money.
    At the same time, this being the era of silent movies, Hitchcock was learning the language of cinema: telling a story-not through dialogue, but through visual **s(视觉影象). This led to his success later.
    When he began to direct his own films, first in Britain and later in Hollywood, he was determined to make films that held the audience's attention and kept tension(紧张感). He succeeded. Hitchcock's ability to put you on the edge of your seat makes him one of the greatest makers of suspense(悬念) movies.
(以下为试题题干)

He had taken up different jobs before he succeeded.
答案:

42.The workers who brought the girl to the orphanage knew little about her. The streets where they found her had been her home for many years. Her parents were unknown. They left her long ago. At the orphanage, the girl, like all the children there, was taught to read and write. While she was studying at the orphanage,she learned something else-to be independent. At twenty-one,she left the orphanage and began work as a secretary. And then, in 1975, while she was still working as an ordinary secretary, something special happened. She entered the Miss Hong Kong competition and won it. This was the turning point in her life. Now her name, Mary Cheung, was known to everybody.
    Mary entered the competition because she wanted to show that orphanage girls could be something. Winning the competition gave her the chance to start a new life. This led her first into television and then into business as a manager. When she was working as a manager, she had trouble with her reports. "My English just wasn't good enough." she says. Luckily, she had a boyfriend (who later became her husband) to help her.
    Mary studied management at Hong Kong Polytechnic and graduated in 1980. She started her own business in 1985. But she did not stop developing herself. She then studied at the University of Hong Kong. Since 1987,she had spent a lot of time on photography. She has held several exhibitions of her work in many places-China, New Zealand and Paris. She still found time, however, to work on TV, write for newspapers and bring up her family.
    The girl from the street has come a long way, but her journey is not finished yet.

(以下为试题题干)

Mary's boyfriend was good at English.
答案:

43.The workers who brought the girl to the orphanage knew little about her. The streets where they found her had been her home for many years. Her parents were unknown. They left her long ago. At the orphanage, the girl, like all the children there, was taught to read and write. While she was studying at the orphanage,she learned something else-to be independent. At twenty-one,she left the orphanage and began work as a secretary. And then, in 1975, while she was still working as an ordinary secretary, something special happened. She entered the Miss Hong Kong competition and won it. This was the turning point in her life. Now her name, Mary Cheung, was known to everybody.
    Mary entered the competition because she wanted to show that orphanage girls could be something. Winning the competition gave her the chance to start a new life. This led her first into television and then into business as a manager. When she was working as a manager, she had trouble with her reports. "My English just wasn't good enough." she says. Luckily, she had a boyfriend (who later became her husband) to help her.
    Mary studied management at Hong Kong Polytechnic and graduated in 1980. She started her own business in 1985. But she did not stop developing herself. She then studied at the University of Hong Kong. Since 1987,she had spent a lot of time on photography. She has held several exhibitions of her work in many places-China, New Zealand and Paris. She still found time, however, to work on TV, write for newspapers and bring up her family.
    The girl from the street has come a long way, but her journey is not finished yet.

(以下为试题题干)
Before Mary Cheung was brought to the orphanage, she had lived in the streets for many years.
答案:

44.All over the world people enjoy sports. Sports help to keep people healthy, happy and help them to live longer.
Sports change with the season. People play different games in winter and summer.
     Games and sports often grow out of people's work and everyday activities. The Arabs use horses or camels in much of their everyday life; they use them in their sports, too.
     Some sports are so interesting that people everywhere go in for them. Football, for example, has spread around the world. Swimming is popular in all countries near the sea or in those with many rivers.
     Some sports or games go back to thousands of years ago, like running or jumping. Chinese boxing, for example, has a very long history. But basketball and volleyball are rather new. Neither one is a hundred years old yet. People are inventing new sports or games all the time.
     People from different countries may not be able to understand each other, but after a game they often become good friends. Sports help to train a person's character. One learns to fight hard but fight fair, to win without pride and to lose with grace.
                                                                                                                                             

(4)、From this passage we can see that according to the author sports and games are significant to our life in many respects.
答案:

45.In 1920, barely out of his teens, Alfred Hitchcock went to work for an American film company which had opened a studio in Islington, London. His first job at the studio was writing captions (脚本) for silent movies. Within two years, he was writing scripts(剧本) and working as an assistant director.
       For the rest of the 1920s, Hitchcock worked on one film after another in Britain and Germany. Filming was often a rough-and-ready(匆忙做成的) affair and the assistant director was required to step in and plug gaps. A cameraman went missing, Hitchcock became a cameraman. A scene needed rewriting, Hitchcock rewrote it. Someone needed to be in charge of money when the film crew was on location, Hitchcock looked after the money.
       At the same time, this being the era of silent movies, Hitchcock was learning the language of cinema: telling a story-not through dialogue, but through visual **s(视觉影象). This led to  his success later.
       When he began to direct his own films, first in Britain and later in Hollywood, he was determined to make films that held the audience's attention and kept tension(紧张感). He succeeded. Hitchcock's ability to put you on the edge of your seat makes him one of the greatest makers of suspense(悬念) movies.
                                                                                                                                                (2)、According to the context, "step in and plug gaps" (in Line 3, Para. 2) means asking for one's help.
答案:


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