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      2012年河北专接本英语模拟试题(一)

      Passage A

            Last Friday, after doing all the family shopping in town, I wanted a rest before catching the train, so I bought a newspaper and some chocolate and went into the station coffee shop. It was a cheap self-service place with long tables to sit at. I put my heavy bag down on the floor, put the newspaper and chocolate on the table to keep a place and went to get a cup of coffee.

            When I came back with the coffee, there was someone in the next seat. It was one of those wild-looking boys, with dark glasses and old clothes, and his hair was colored bright red at the front. Not so unusual these days. What did surprise me was that he’d started to eat my chocolate!

            Naturally, I was rather uneasy about him, but I didn’t want to make more trouble. I just looked down at the front page of the newspaper, tasted my coffee and took a bit of chocolate. The boy looked at me closely. Then he took a second piece of my chocolate. I could hardly believe it. Still I didn’t say anything to him. When he took a third piece, I felt more angry than uneasy. I thought, “Well, I shall have the last piece.” and I got it.

            The boy gave me a strange look, then stood up. As he left he shouted out, “There’s something wrong with this woman!” Everybody looked at me, but it was worse when I finished my coffee and ready to leave. My face turned red when I knew I’d made a mistake. It wasn’t my chocolate that I had been eating. There was mine, unopened, just under my newspaper.

          81.A self-service shop may be a place where you __________ .

          A. can buy what you want at the lowest price  B. can get everything you want free of charge

          C. have to get what you want all by yourself        D. may find the waitresses there only serve themselves

          82.From the description of the boy by the writer, we know that the writer ______________

          A. enjoyed very much the way he was decked out

          B. disliked the way he was decked out and expressed her dissatisfaction

          C. somewhat disliked the way he was decked out but already got used to it

          D. was fond of the way he was decked out

          83.What made the author surprised when she returned to her seat?

          A. How the boy was decked out                              B. Seeing the boy eating her chocolate

          C. Finding the boy bullying his friends                    D. The way the boy was dressed up

          84.Why do you think the author rush-ate the chocolate with the boy?

          A. Because it was exciting for her to do so.          B. Because she knew that the chocolate was his.

          C. Because she thought the chocolate was hers.      D. Because she wanted to prove herself brave.

          85.What can be concluded from this story?

          A. It is always safe to judge one by his clothes.       B. It is usually wrong to judge one by his clothes.

          C. It is not always safe to judge one by his clothes.        D. It is certainly safe to judge one by his clothes.

          Passage B

            “Fire! Fire!” what terrible words to hear when one wakes up in a strange house in the middle of the night! It was a large, old wooden house----the sort that burn beautifully-----and my room was on the floor. I jumped out of the bed, opened the door and stepped out into the passage. It was full of thick smoke.

            I began to run, but as I was still only half-awake, instead of going towards the stairs I went in the opposite direction. The smoke grew thicker and I could see flames all around. The floor became hot under my bare feet. I found an open door and ran into a room to get to the window. But before I could reach it, one of my feet caught in something soft and I fell down. The thing I had fallen over felt like a bundle of clothes, and I picked it up to protect my face from the smoke and heat. Just then the floor gave way under me and I crashed to the floor below with pieces of burning wood all around me.

            I saw a flaming doorway in front, put the bundle over my face and ran. My feet burned me terribly, but I got through. As I reached the cold air out side, my bundle of clothes gave a thin cry. I nearly dropped it in my surprise. Then I saw a crowd gathered in the street. A woman in a nightdress and a borrowed man’s coat screamed as she saw me and came running madly.

            “My baby! My baby!” she cried. The crowd cheered widely as she took the smoke-blackened bundle out of my arms. I had some difficulty in recognizing her. She was the Mayor’s wife, and I have saved her baby. I was a hero!

          86.Why did the author jump out of the bed in the middle of the night?

          A. Because the house where he stayed for the night was on fire.

          B. Because the house in which he stayed for the night was made of old wood.

          C. Because he was strange in the house where he stayed for the night.

          D. Because he was not sure whether his house was on fire.

          87.Because of being half-awake, the author at first ran _________ .

          A.in the right direction B. in the wrong direction

          C. towards the stairs D. away with his roommate’s money

          88.The author ran into an open room in order to ___________ .

          A.close the window so as to shut the fire out       B.reach the window and escape from it

          C.get to the window so as to close it                     D.push the window open and cry for help

          89.Just before the author got to the window, he ____________ .

          A.fell down and broke his leg                                  B. fell behind

          C. tumbled over a stone                                            D. slipped over on a soft object

          90.The author became a hero for he _______________________ .

          A. had cured the Mayor’ wife of her illness                 B. had saved the Mayor’ child intentionally

          C. happened to have saved the baby of the Mayor’ wifeD. had saved the baby instead of his own child

          Passage C

            I left my friend’s house shortly after seven. It was still too early for me to have my evening meal, so I walked along the seafront (滨海马路) for about an hour until I began to feel hungry. By that time I was not far from a favorite restaurant of mine, where I often went to eat two or three times a week. I knew the owner well and frequently complimented (赞美, 恭维) him on his excellent cooking.

            I went into the restaurant, which was already crowded, and ordered my meal. While I was waiting for the soup to arrive, I looked around to see if I knew anyone in the restaurant. It was then that I noticed that a man sitting at a corner table near the door kept glancing in my direction, as if he knew me, I certainly did not know him, for I never forgot a face. The man had a newspaper open in front of him, which he was pretending to read, though all the while I could see that he was keeping an eye on me. When the waiter brought my soup, the man was clearly puzzled by the familiar way in which the waiter and I addressed each other. He became even more puzzled as time went on and it grew more and more obvious that I was well known in the restaurant. Eventually he got up and went into the kitchen. After a few minutes he came out again, paid his bill and left without another glance in my direction.

            When I had finished and was about to pay my bill, I called the owner of the restaurant over and asked him what the man had wanted. The owner was a little embarrassed by my question and at first did not want to tell me. I insisted. “Well,” he said, “that man was a detective.” “Really?” I said, considerably surprised. “He followed you here because he thought you were a man he was looking for,” the owner of the restaurant said. “When he came into the kitchen, he showed me a photograph of the wanted man. He certainly looked like you! Of course, since we know you here, I was able to convince him that he had made a mistake.” “It’s lucky I came to a restaurant where I am known,” I said, “otherwise I might have been arrested!”

          91.When the author got to his favorite restaurant, it was ___________ .

          A. already nine o’clock                                             B. eight o’clock on the dot

          C. about two minutes past eight                               D. slightly later than eight o’clock

          92.The man sitting at the corner table near the door kept glancing in the direction of the author because he was __________________ .

            A. interested in the personality of the author   B. making a study of the author

            C. looking up and down the author                  D. keeping a lookout over the author

          93.The author was followed by the detective probably because he ___________ .

            A. took after a suspect                                      B. was similar to a criminal in personality

            C. was an accomplice                                        D. looked like a murderer

          94.The detective had a newspaper open in front of him in order to ____________ .

            A. read it in detail                                             B. cover up what he was really doing there

            C. have it rechecked                                         D. wait for his food

          95.According to the text, if the author had been a stranger in the restaurant, he would have been ____________________.

            A. taken to court     B. followed     C. captured               D. sentenced to a few years’ imprisonment

          Passage D

            At Harton College---an English boarding school for boys---there are many rules. Fifteen-year-old Bob Sanders often breaks these rules.

            The boys can go into town in the afternoon after classes. But they must return to the school at six o’clock. One afternoon Bob walked to the town. He looked at the shops and then went to the cinema. After the film he looked at his watch. It was after eight o’clock. He was a little worried. He walked back to Harton College as fast as possible.

            When he arrived, he ran quickly to the main entrance. It was locked. He looked up at the window of his dormitory. It was on the third floor. The window was open. But it was quite dark and he went round the school building to another door. That one was locked too. He couldn’t climb up the wall very easily. Then he saw another open window on the ground floor. It was the window of the headmaster’s study.

            He looked into the room-----no one was there. Bob quickly climbed on to the window sill (窗台) and jumped into the room. Just then he heard a noise. Then some one turned on a light in the corridor. Bob looked around and then hid under the sofa. One minute later, Mr. Mannering, the headmaster, came in. He turned on the light on his desk, and sat down on the sofa. Then he opened a book and began to read.

            Bob lay under the sofa as quietly as possible. He could not move. The floor was cold and uncomfortable. He looked at the headmaster’s shoes and socks for an hour.

            “Why doesn’t he get up and go to bed?” he thought.

            Finally, the headmaster closed his book and stood up. He put the book on a shelf and walked towards the door.

            “Thank heavens, he didn’t find me under the sofa!” thought Bob.

            Then Mr. Mannering stopped and spoke towards the sofa. “Would you turn off the light when you leave?” he said and left the study.

          96.According to the passage, it is required that students of Harton College _________ .

            A. come back to the college at six o’clock if they go to town after classes

            B. may stay out until midnight if they like

            C. should leave school when class is over

            D. may do whatever they like

          97.When Bob realized it was too late to return to Harton College as required, it was already _________ .

            A. 8:00                    B. 9:00                             C. later than 8:00                           D. midnight

          98.Bob stole into the courtyard of his college by means of ________ .

            A. the main entrance                                  B. going around the school building to another door

            C. jumping over the wall                            D. climbing into the window of his headmaster’s study

          99.Bob hid himself under the sofa probably because he was afraid of ______________ .

            A. being punished for his theft                  B. being found to have returned late

            C. being dismissed for his wrongdoing     D. being capture alive on the spot

          100.In the light of what his headmaster said towards the sofa, it can be safely concluded that the headmaster had already ________________ .

            A. excused Bob                                         B. forgiven Bob

          C. found Bob hiding under the sofa          D. punished Bob

          Cloze

          One afternoon I was sitting at my favorite table in a restaurant , waiting for the food I had ordered to arrive . Suddenly I 36 that a man sitting at a table near the window kept glancing in my direction ,37 he knew me . The man had a newspaper 38 in front of him , which he was 39     to read , but I could 40 that he was keeping an eye on me . when the waiter brought my 41 the man was clearly puzzled (困惑) by the 42 way in which the waiter and I 43 each other . He seemed even more puzzled as 44 went on and it became 45 that all the waiters in the restaurant knew me . Finally he got

          up and went into the 46. When he came out , he paid his bill and 47 without another glance in my direction .

          I called the owner of the restaurant and asked what the man had 48. “Well,” he said , “that man was a detective (侦探) . He 49 you here because he though you were the man he 50.” “What ?” I said , showing my 51. The owner continued , “He came into the kitchen and showed me a photo of the wanted man. I 52 say he looked very much like you ! Of course , since we know you , we told him that he had made a 53 .” “Well , it’s really 54 I came to a restaurant where I’m known ,” I said . “55, I might have been in trouble .”

          36.A.knew      B.understood      C.noticed            D.recognized

          37.A.since       B.even if             C.though             D.as if

          38.A.flat         B.open                C.cut                   D.fixed

          39.A.hoping    B.thinking           C.pretending       D.continuing

          40.A.see          B.find                 C.guess               D.learn

          41.A.menu      B.bill                   C.paper               D.food

          42.A.direct     B.familiar            C.strange            D.funny

          43.A.chatted with                          B.looked at         C.laughed at       D.talked about

          44.A.the waiter                              B.time                 C.I        D.the dinner

          45.A.true        B.hopeful            C.clear                D.possible

          46.A.restaurant                              B.washroom       C.office       D.kitchen

          47.A.left         B.acted               C.sat down         D.calmed down

          48.A.wanted   B.tried                C.ordered           D.wished

          49.A.met         B.caught             C.followed         D.discovered

          50.A.was to beat                            B.was dealing with       C.was to meet        D.was looking for

          51.A.care        B.surprise            C.worry              D.regret

          52.A.must       B.can                  C.need                D.may

          53.A.discovery                               B.mistake            C.decision    D.fortune

          54.A.a pity      B.natural             C.a chance          D.lucky

          55.A.Thus       B.However         C.Otherwise       D.Therefore


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