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广东省 2019 年普通高等学校本科插班生招生考试英语

本试卷共 8 页, 66 小题, 满分 100 分。考试时间 120 分钟。

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Part I Vocabulary and Structure { 30 %)Directions : There are 30·incomplete sentences in this part. For each sentence , there are four choicesmarked A , B, C, and D. Choose the one that best completes the sentence and then mark thecorresponding letter on the Answer Sheet.

1. Tom sold all his belongings last week, and he has left in the house now.

A. something B. anything

C. everything D. nothmg

2. John is fond of playing _ basketball and Jack is keen on playing piano.

A.I ... the

B. the.. ./ ·

C. / .. ./

D. the... the

3. _he goes, he likes to make friends.

A. However B. Whatever

C. WhereverD.Whichever

4. Nowadays, computers are used in many fields.

A. impossibly

B. widely

C. naturally

D. carefully

5. Jane received an offer from a big company, and Joan was a little bit jealous her.

A. with

B. on

C. for

D. of

6. Tom's parents were to hear that he had come back safe and sound after the long journey.

A. related

B. released

C. relieved

D. refreshed

7. As I know , his salary as a doctor is much higher .

A. to a teacher

B. than a teacher

C. to that of a teacher

D. than that of a teacher

8. The two engineers are trying to find a to the technical problem.

A. conclusion

B. solution

C. reply

D. reaction

9. Joan was so in reading a novel that she didn't see her son walking into the room.

A. concentrated

B. passionate

C. absorbed

D. eager

10. He on his term paper the whole morning but he hasn 't written a word.

A. will work

B. had been working

C. has been working

D. had worked

11. He shouted at the top of his voice so that he could make himself .

A. to hear

B. hear

C. hearing

D. heard

12. Maiy be in Paris. I saw her just now on campus.

A. mustn t

B. can't

C. need not

D. may not

13. No sooner at the airport than he was informed that the flight had been cancelled.

A. he arrived

B. he had arrived

C. had he arrived

D. did he arrive

14. The other day my car on the way home and I had to ask my friends for help.

A. broke off

B. broke out

C. broke down

D. broke up

15. If he in completing the training program, he would have got the job.

A. succeeds

B. has succeeded

C. succeeded

D. had succeeded

16. The picture him of his happy childhood with his grandparents in the countl"'jside.

A. recalled

B. reminded

C. removed

D. remembered

17. Guangzhou, with a long hist01-y, has many historic places and tourist , which drawmillions of visitors every year.

A. concentrat10ns

B. contribut10ns

C. attractions

D. attentions

18. We are delighted at the news our team has won the first prize.

A. that

B. which

C. whether

D. what

19. It's a ve1-y popular play, and I think it is advisable that you seats in advance.

A. book

B. booked

C. will book

D. would book

20. John is not qualified for the job he has no working experience in this field.

A. so

B. once

C. though

D. because

21. It was his parents'help enabled him to buy an apa1iment in the big city.

A. which

B. that

C. what ·

D. who

22. He had some trouble himself to college life when he came to college in 2018.

A. adjusting

B. adjusted

C. having adjusted

D. to adjust

23. Some students are able to find jobs after graduation while will return to school for anadvanced degree.

A. ones

B. another

C. others

D. the other

24. According to the schedule, the students to submit their graduation theses before May5th,2019.

A. are required

B. were required

C. will require

D. have required

25. Once we reach an , we can go ahead with the building project.

A. arrangement

B. accumulation

C. agreement

D. appointment

26. When overseas, you'd better can-y an International Driving Permit, even if you are notplanning to drive.

A. travel

B. travelled

C. travelling

D. to travel

27. The day after tomorrow I will go to the park a flower show is being held.

A. which

B. why

C. what

D. where

28. Although he had failed in driving tests many times, he taking the test again.

A. focused on

B. tried on

C. insisted on

D. worked on

29. They will hold a party if they the project on time.

A. will complete

B. complete

C. completed

D. had completed

30. At the opening ceremony , the headmaster gave a short speech, a long one, to all theparticipants.

A. because of

B. instead of

C. in spite of

D. as a result of

Part II Reading Comprehension ( 40 %)

Directions : In this section , there are four passages , each of which is followed by five questions orunfinished sentence.s Choose the best answer and mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet.

Passage 1

He was just 12 years old when he died. But he brought courage and hope to people around the world.

Although Nakosi Johnson died, he is still remembered today as an AIDS fighter. This youngboy challenged his government's AIDS policies and millions of South Africans in the fight against the disease.

Johnson was the longest survivor born HIV positive (艾滋病病毒携带者) . He survived withthis deadly disease for 12 years before it claimed his life.

At first, Johnson was expected to live for nine months when his foster mother , Gail Johnsontook him in at the age of two. She now runs Nkosi's Haven across the town from his house in Melville.The Haven is home to 20 children living with HIV or AIDS and 11 of their mothers.

Johnson attracted the world's attention arid stole the heaiis of thousands of people across theworld at the 131h International AIDS Conference in Durban in July, 2000. He stood in front of alarge audience including South African President Thabo Mbeki. He told them that he wanted AZT,a drug used to treat AIDS patients, to be given to HIV-postive pregnant ( 怀 孕 的 ) women toprevent the disease from being passed on to their unborn babies. He received a loud cheer at theend of his speech. Johnson's speech was broadcast live across the world. With views beyond his ageand even a sense of humor, Johnson soon became an international sign of the fight against AIDS and HIV.

31. Johnson is remembered as an AIDSfighter because .

A. he was born HIV positive

B. he suffered a lot from AIDS

C. he changed the government polices

D. he had his own idea to fight against the disease.

32. What does the underlined expression " claimed his life" mean in the third paragraph?

A. Caused his death.

B. Made him weak.

C. Saved his life.

D. Helped him survive.

33. From the fourth paragraph, it can be infen 、ed that 20 HIV or AIDS children .

A. got together to avoid loneliness

B. were taken care of by their mothers

C. took the Nkosi's Haven as their home

D. were looked after by the government

34. What idea did Johnson give in his speech?

A. He wanted to be a brave AIDS fighter.

B. He wanted to draw the world's attention.

C. He wanted to fight against the government.

D. He wanted AZT to treat pregnant AIDS women.

35. Which of the following might be the best title of the passage?

A. A Child's Excellent Speech

B. A Brave AIDS Fighter

C. A Sad Story of an AIDS Child

D. A Deadly Disease —AIDS

Passage 2

What should you think about in trying to find your career? You are probably better at someschool subjects than others. These may show strengths that you can use in your work. A boy who isgood at mathematics can use that in an engineering career. A girl who spells well and likes Englishmay be good at office work. So it is important to do well at school. On the other hand, you maynot have any specially strong or weak subjects but your records show a general satisfactory standard.Although not all the subjects can be used directly in a job, they may have indirect value.Knowledge of histo11'is not required for most jobs but if history is one of your good subjects you willhave learned to remember the facts and details. That is the ability that can be useful in many jobs.

Your school may have taught you skills , such as typing or technical drawing, which you canuse in your work. You may be good at mental work or cookery and look for a job where you canimprove these skills.

If you have had a part-time job on Saturdays or in th summer, think what you gained from it.If nothing else , you may have learned how to get to work on time, to follow the instruction and toget on with older workers. You may learn to give correct change in a shop, for example. Just as important, you may become interested in a particular industry or career you see from the inside in a part-time job.

Facing your weak points is also part of knowing yourself. Perhaps you are a poor speller orcannot add up a column of figures. It is better to face any weaknesses than to pretend they do not exist.Your school record, for instance, may not be good, yet it is an important part of your background. Youshould not be apologetic about it but instead recognize that you will have a chance of a fresh start atwork.

36. What does the first paragraph mainly tell us?

A. The importance of finding a good job.

B. The importance of one's ability in school.

C. The importance of doing well in school work.

D. The importance of being good at all the subjects.

37. What knowledge is not necessary in looking for many jobs according to the writer?

A. Mathematics

B. English

C. History

D. Typing

38. The writer's attitude towards a pait-time job is .

A. positive B. negative

C. neutral D. hostile

39 . It can be inferred from the passage that if a student's school work is not good, he _.

A. can find his weakness

B. enough evidence

C. will fail in looking for a job

D. will feel regret about his ability

40. The passage is developed by giving .

A. a companson

C. some examples

B. can get a new start in his work

D. some facts

Passage 3

Until the twentieth century, women did not often participate in sports. Part of the explanationfor this is that women simply did not have time. Many women cooked, cleaned, and took care of children.They were so busy that they did not have time for sports. A second reason, especially in the latenineteenth century, is that a woman's image at that time was one of weakness, illness, and delicacy. Inthe Victorian era, people thought that it was unladylike for a woman to be involved in any sports activity.

There have been changes in both the view of women in the modern world, and also changeswithin the world of sports. These changes have allowed many more women to paiticipate in sports.The general view of women has changed substantially since the Victorian era. Women are no longerconsidered delicate. People do not think it is unladylike for a woman to compete in sports. Women who win in sports activities are highly regarded. Many women now take part in sports and games ofmany different kinds, and enjoy doing so. This development is partly the result of a change in theimage of women in the modern world.

Women are also more active in sports now because of two changes in sports. First, in the earlytwentieth century, women began to compete regularly in the Olympics. Also, the number of eventsfor women in the Olympics has been growing quite steadily. The fact that women can compete in theOlympics encourages many to become active in the various Olympic activities. In more recent years,television has had a noticeable effect on the popularity of women's professional sports. Manywomen's tennis matches and golf matches are on TV, along with many other competitions. Seeingwomen in professional sports on TV has made certain sports much more popular among women , as amateurs and as professionals.

41. According to the passage, women did not often participate in sports in the past because .

A. they were too busy

B. they did not like competit10n

C. they did not like sports

D. they loved staying at home

42. Women began to participate in the Olympics .

A. in the late nineteenth century

B. in the Victorian Age

C. in the early twentieth century

D. in the 21st century

43. TV has made women's sports .

A. well recognized

B. highly regarded

C. more professional

D. more popular

44. We can infer from the passage that .

A. women used to be considered too weak for sports

B. women did less housework in the twentieth centmy

C. the number of spo1ts events has remained unchanged

D. only women's tennis matches and golf matches are on TV

45. The best title for this passage is .

A. The Image of Women

B. Sports in the Past

C. Women in Sports

D. Modern Spo11s

Passage 4

New research is trying to find how we learn and make decisions exactly. To the brain, a newthought or idea is like a spider. If it works hard enough , a web of knowledge spins out from it.Photos of the brain taken during learning actually show a kind of nerve cells firing, growing, andforming new connections. This is fascinating in itself, but what's even more fascinating is thatfailure can cause this to happen.

That's right; failure can enhance your brain.

Stanford University psychologist Carol Dweck has compared the brain waves of people withgrowth and fixed mind-sets. She finds that, when those with growth mind-sets fail at a task, theywould enter a more focused mental state. And as they ti-y again and again, they improve. In effect, they'velearned, and their brains have "grown. " •Those with fixed mind-sets, however, never enter thisfocused state of learning and show little advancement.

Antoine Bechara, a professor of psychology and neuroscience at the University of SouthernCalifornia, has taken Dweck's work a step further. He recently isolated two equally sized centers inthe brain. These areas interact during the decision-making process. Although more research is needed,these centers may turn out to be the physical locations for Dweck's twin mind-sets.

"We always knew people could learn from their mistakes, but now we're finding out exactlyhow and where this happens, " explains Bechara. " In a normally functioning brain, failure istaken as an opportunity for learning and strengthening the species. "

46. According to the passage , like a spider, a new thought or idea could .

A. come from hard work

B. enrich your brain

C. be very fascmatmg

D. form a knowledge web

47. Which of the following statements about Antoine Bechara is true?

A. He explored how human beings sm-vive.

B. He found how the brain normally functions.

C. He probably discovered the physical locations for the twin mind-sets.

D. He studied the brain waves of people with growth and fixed mind-sets.

48. Carol Dweck 's work has something to do with .

A. how to take photos of the brain

B. how failure helps the brain "grow"

C. when the areas in the brain interact with each other

D. when nerve cells fire , grow , and form new connections

49. The passage is most probably from a .

A. laborato1y Journal

B. newspaper report

C. medical magazine

D. personal resume

50. The author's tone can be best described as

A. objective

B. critical

C. personal

D. official

Part ID Cloze (15%)

Directions: There are 15 blanks in the following passage. For each blank, Choosethe best answer and mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet.tIiere are four choices.

At the beginning of 1993 , Harrison Textile Company, a plant that makes clothes for people,suffered a disaster. The plant, equipment, stock and so on, were 51 down and turned to ashes.

More than 3,000 employees were completely 52 in the face of the unexpected disaster.Sad and depressed, they returned home, waiting with despair 53 the chairman to declare thebankruptcy (破产) and unemployment. But 54 , after long waiting, the company postedeach person 55 a letter: the · company would pay one month's salary to all employees of the company.

Wl1en all of the workers almost 56 all hope for the life of future, the company's letter57 again: the company would pay one month's salaiy to all the staff of the company.

If the 58 letter surprised and delighted thousands of employees, the second letter almost59 them to tears. Indeed, the whole countiy was suffering a lot in such a bad situation thatmany 60 had no way for living, so who would not be touched by such 61 ?

Just as the chairman 62 , on the day of receiving the second letter, thousands ofemployees rushed back to 63 . They cleaned up the ruins , tidied up the situations after the64 and worked again; and some of them even took the initiative to contact the interruptedsupply of goods.

Three months 65 , Hanison Company came to life. Today Harrison Company has becomethe largest American textile company.

51. A. burned B. turned C. pulled D. pushed

52. A. confused B. shocked C. encouraged D. impressed

53. A. with B. without C. to D. for

54. A. to their swprise B. to their despair C. with good luck D. with bad luck

55. A. many B. much C. such D. quite

56. A. saw B. lost C. felt D. held

57. A. came B. sent C. read D. wrote

58. A. last B. following C. first D. second

59. A. moved B. changed C. swept D. hit

60. A. parents B. children C. people D. chairmen

61 . A. feelings B. care C. a bill D. a note

62. A. did B. acted C. expected D. understood

63. A. their dorms B. their homes C. the city D. the company

64. A. InJUry B. fire C. work D. unemployment

65. A. early B. late C. ago D. later

Part IV Writing (15 %)

Directions : Wri·te a notice in at least I00 words for the Student Union according to the followingrequirements.

66. 一家外资互联网企业将于 2019 年 3 月11 日下午 2 : 30 在我校大礼堂举办招聘会 ,请你代学生会写一份英文通知,通知内容包括以下要点:

( 1) 招聘会参加人员;

( 2 ) 招聘会的时间和地点;

( 3 ) 需携带的资料与证件(如身份证、个人简历以及英语应用能力考试合格证书等)。

参考词汇:

( 1) 招聘 recruitment ;

( 2 ) 身份证 ID card;

( 3 ) 英语应用能力考试合格证书the certificate of PRETCO。

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