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2019年6月大学英语六级模拟试卷及答案(一)
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PartIReadingComprehension

Directions:Inthisparttherearefourpassages.Eachpassageisfollowedbyfourcomprehensionquestions.Readthepassageandanswerthequestions.ThenmarkyouranswerontheAnswerSheet.

Passage1

Questions1to5arebasedonthefollowingpassage:

Askthreepeopletolookthesamewindowatabusystreetcornerandtellyouwhattheysee.Chancesareyouwillreceivethreedifferentanswers.Eachpersonseesthesamescene,buteachperceivessomethingdifferentaboutit.

Perceivinggoesoninourminds.Ofthethreepeoplewholookoutthewindow,onemaysaythatheseesapolicemangivingamotoristaticket.Anothermaysaythatheseesarush-hourtrafficjamattheintersection.Thethirdmaytellyouthatheseesawomantryingtocrossthestreetwithfourchildrenintow.Forperceptionisthemind’sinterpretationofwhatthesenses—inthiscaseoureyes—tellus.

Manypsychologiststodayareworkingtotrytodeterminejusthowapersonexperiencesorperceivestheworldaroundhim.Usingascientificapproach,thesepsychologistssetupexperimentsinwhichtheycancontrolallofthefactors.Bymeasuringandchartingtheresultsofmanyexperiments,theyaretryingtofindoutwhatmakesdifferentpeopleperceivetotallydifferentthingsaboutthesamescene.

1.Seeingandperceivingare.

A.thesameaction

B.twoseparateactions

C.twoactionscarriedonentirelybyeyes

D.severalactionsthattakeplaceatdifferenttimes

2.Perceivingisanactionthattakesplace.

A.inoureyes

B.onlywhenwethinkveryhardaboutsomething

C.onlyunderthedirectionofapsychologist

D.ineveryperson’smind

3.Peopleperceivedifferentthingsaboutthesamescenebecause.

A.theyseedifferentthingsB.somehavebettereyesight

C.theycannotagreeaboutthingsD.noneofthese

4.Whichofthefollowingisimpliedbutnotstatedinthepassage?

A.Psychologistsdonotyetknowpeoplesee.

B.Theexperimentsinwhichallfactorsarecontrolledarebetter.

C.Thestudyofperceptionisgoingonnow.

D.Perceptiondoesnotinvolvepsychologicalfactors.

5.Thebesttitleforthisselectionis.

A.HowWeSee

B.LearningaboutOurMindsthroughScience

C.WhatPsychologistsPerceive

D.HowtoBecauseanExperimentalPsychologist

Passage2

Questions6to10arebasedonthefollowingpassage:

Thefoodweeatseemstohaveprofoundeffectsonourhealth.Althoughsciencehasmadeenormousstepsinmakingfoodmorefittoeat,ithas,atthesametime,mademanyfoodsunfittoeat.Someresearchhasshowntat40percentofcancerisrelatedtothedietaswell,especiallycancerofthecolon.Differentculturesatemorepronetogetcertainillnessesbecauseofthefoodthatischaracteristicinthesecultures.Thatfoodisrelatedtoillnessisnotanewdiscovery.In1945,governmentresearchersrealizedthatnitratesandnitrites,commonlyusedtopreservecolorinmeats,andotherfoodadditives,causedcancer.Yetthesecarcinogenicadditivesremaininourfood,anditbecomesmoredifficultallthetimetoknowwhichthingsonthepackaginglabelsofprocessedfoodarehelpfulorharmful.Theadditivesthatweeatarenotallsodirect.Farmersoftengivepenicillintobeefandpoultry,andbecauseofthis,penicillinhasbeenfoundinthemilkoftreatedcows.Sometimessimilardrugsareadministeredtoanimalsnotformedicinalpurposes,butforfinancialreasons.Thefarmersaresimplytryingtofattentheanimalsinordertoobtainahigherpriceonthemarket.AlthoughtheFoodandDrugAdministration(FDA)hastriedrepeatedlytocontroltheseprocedures,thepracticescontinue.

6.Howhassciencedoneadisservicetomankind?

A.Becauseofscience,mostofthefoodsweeattodayarecontaminated.

B.Ithascausedalackofinformationconcerningthevalueoffood.

C.Asaresultofscientificintervention,somepotentiallyharmfulsubstanceshasbeenaddedtoourfood.

D.Thescientistshavepreservedthecolorofmeats,butnotofvegetables.

7.Whatarenitratesusedfor?

A.Theypreservesflavorinpackagedfoods.

B.Theypreservethecolorofmeats.

C.Theyaretheobjectsofresearch.

D.Theycausetheanimalstobecomefatter.

8.TheFDAhastriedrepeatedlytocontrol.

A.theattempttofattentheanimals

B.theattempttocuresickanimals

C.theusingofdrugstoanimals

D.theusingofadditivestopreservethedoloroffood

9.Theword“carcinogenic”meansmostnearlythesameas.

A.trouble-makingB.color-retaining

C.money-savingD.cancer-causing

10.WhichofthefollowingstatementsisNOTtrue?

A.Drugsarealwaysgiventoanimalsformedicalreasons.

B.Someoftheadditivesinourfoodareaddedtothefooditselfandsomearegiventothelivinganimals.

C.Researchershaveknownaboutthepotentialhazardsofthefoodadditivesforoverthirty-fiveyears.

D.Foodmaycausefortypercentofcancerintheworld.

Passage3

Questions11to15arebasedonthefollowingpassage:

UnliketheirAmericanorEuropeancounterparts,carsalesmeninJapanworkhardtogetabuyer.Insteadoflyinglazilyaroundshowroomswaitingforcustomerstodropby,manyJapanesecarsalesmenstillgoouttogetthem.Theywalkwearilyalongthestreetscarsdoor-to-door.Newcustomersarehuntedwithfruitandcakesontheirbirthdays.Butlifeisgettingtough,andnotjustbecausenew-carsalesarefalling.

WithmoreJapanesewomen(whooftencontrolthehouseholdbudget)goingouttowork,thesalesmenincreasinglyfindnobodyathomewhentheycall.Thatmeansanothervisitintheeveningortheweekend.Thentheyfaceanextraproblem:morepeople,especiallytheyoung,prefertochooseanewcarfromashowroomwheretheycancomparedifferentmodels.

Evenaslateasthemid-1980ssome90%ofnewcarsweresolddoor-to-door.Insomeruralareasmostnewcarsarestillsoldthisway.Butinthebigcitiesmorethanhalfthenewcarsarenowsoldfromshowrooms.

AlthoughinvestinginshowroomsisexpensivebecauseofthehighcostofJapaneseland,dealershavelittlechoice.AlaborshortageandhigheramongJapan’sworkforcearemakingitdifficulttohiredoor-to-doorsalesmen.MostofaJapanesecarsalesman’sworkingdayisspentdoingfavorsforcustomers,likearranginginsuranceorpickingupvehiclesforservicing,ratherthanactuallyselling.

Japan’sdoorstepcarsalesmenarenotabouttovanish.Thepersonalservicetheyprovideissodeep-rootedinJapanthattheyarelikelytooperatealongsidetheglitteringnewshowrooms.Thetwosystemsevencomplementeachother.Whatincreasinglyhappensisthattheshowroomattractstheinterestofapotentialbuyer,givingthefootsoresalesmenafirmleadtofollowupwithahomevisit.

11.Japanesecarsalesusuallydonotwaitatshowroomsforcustomerstodropby;instead,.

A.theysellcarsdoor-to-door

B.theybuypresentsfortheircustomers

C.theyenjoythemselvesinrecreationcenters

D.theygoouttodomarketresearches

12.Impliedbutstated:thecompetitionincarmarketis.

A.lightB.moderateC.fierceD.unfair

13.Youngpeopleliketobuyanewcar.

A.athomeB.fromashowroom

C.madeintheU.S.A.D.madeinJapan

14.ThesquadronofJapanesecarsalesmenisreducingbecauseof.

A.alaborshortage

B.higherexpectationsamongJapan’sworkforce

C.highcostland

D.bothAandB

15.Japanesecarsalesmentotheircustomersmanyfavorssuchas.

A.showingthemaroundinanexhibition

B.arranginginsurance

C.payingthemavisitonweekends

D.sellingolecarsforthem

Passage4

Questions16to20arebasedonthefollowingpassage:

Thenewglobalsatellitecommunicationssystemswillofferthreekindsservice,whichmayoverlapinmanydifferentkindsofreceivers.

VOICE.SatellitetelephoneswillbeabletomakecallsfromanywhereontheEarthtoanywhereelse.Thatcouldmakethemespeciallyusefultoremote,thirdworldvillages(someofwhichalreadyusestationarysatellitetelephones),explorersanddisaster-reliefteams.Today’smobiletelephonesdependonearth-boundtransmitters,wheretechnicalstandardsvaryfromcountrytocountry.Sobusinesstravelerscannotusetheirmobilephonesoninternationaltrips.Satellitetelephoneswouldmakethatpossible.

MESSAGING.Satellitemassagershavethesameglobalcoverageassatellitetelephones,butcarrytextalone,whichcouldbeusefulforthosewithlaptopcomputers.Equippedwithasmallscreenliketoday’spapers,satellitemassagerswillalsoreceiveshortmessages.

TRACKING.Voiceandmessagingsystemswillalsotelltheiruserswheretheyaretowithinafewhundredmeters.Combinedwiththemessagingservice,thelocationservicecouldhelprescueteamstofindstrandedadventurers,thepolicetofindstolencars,exporterstofollowtheprogressofcargoes,andhaulagecompaniestocheckthatdriversarenotdetouringthepub.America’smilitaryGlobalPositioningSystem(GPS)satellitewillprovidebetterpositioninginformationtoanyonewhohasareceiverfortheirsignals,butGPSdoesnotcarrymessages,sosuchareceivercannotbeusedonitsownfortrackingorrescue.Bythemid-1990s,GPSreceiverswillbeabletotellpeoplewheretheyaretowithin70metersanywhereintheworld,andtowithinameterorsoinareaswheretheserviceissupplementedbyground-basedtransmitter.

16.Globalsatellitecommunicationssystemswillbeusefulto.

A.laptopcomputerusers

B.remotevillages

C.disaster-reliefteams

D.allabove

17.Satellitetelephonewillmake.

A.businesstravelersusemobilephonesoninternationaltrips

B.possiblecallsfromanywhereonearthtoanywhereelse

C.explorershappy

D.allabove

18.Whichofthefollowingistrue?

A.ThepositioningprecisionofthevoicesystemisbetterthanthatofGPS.

B.ThepositioningprecisionofGPSisBetterthanthatofthevoicesystem.

C.ThepositioningprecisionofthemessagingsystemisbetterthanofGPS.

D.Thepositioningprecisionofvoicesystemisbetterthanthatofthemessagingsystem.

19.Whatcanwesayaboutthenewglobalsatellitecommunicationssystems?

A.Theyarewidelyused.

B.Theyareveryhelpful.

C.Theyarecostly.

D.BothAandB.

20.Whichofthefollowingmaybethebesttitleforthepassage?

A.GlobalSatelliteCommunications

B.NewVoiceandMessagingSystem

C.NewGenerationSatellite

D.AlwaysinTouch

PartIIVocabularyandStructure

Directions:Inthisparttherearefortyincompletesentences.Eachsentenceisfollowedbyfourchoices.ChoosetheonethatbestcompletesthesentenceandthenmarkyouranswerontheAnswerSheet.

21.Agreatmanycancerscanbecuredbutonlyifbeforetheyhavebeguntospreadorcolonizeinotherpartsofthebody.

A.properlytreat

B.properlytreating

C.beingproperlytreated

D.properlytreated

22.sheisalikeablegirl,sheisverydifficulttoworkwith.

A.SinceB.HoweverC.AsfarasD.While

23.Allthetouristsgavetherobbertheirmoney.

A.frightenedB.frighteningC.frightenD.frightful

24.herage,shereallydidagoodjobinsuchashorttime.

A.GivingB.GivesC.GiveD.Given

25.Thesoldierwaswithneglectinghisduty.

A.chargedB.conductedC.chargedD.committed

26.Thereasonwhythecarstoppedwas.

A.becausetheroadwasnotgoodB.thattheroadwasnotgood

C.duetothebadroadD.becauseofthebadroad

27.You’dbetterhurry,youmightbelateforclass.

A.orB.andC.unlessD.but

28.,heperformedthetaskwithsuccess.

A.ItwasexpectedB.Whichwasexpected

C.AswasexpectedD.Thatwasexpected

29.ThedoctorfeltJohn’sarmtoifthebonewasbroken.

A.workoutB.findoutC.lookatD.seeout

30.Hejustmysuggestionatthemeetingyesterday.

A.putawayB.shutdownC.showedoffD.brushedaside

31.Thequestionatthenextmeetingremainasecret.

A.discussedB.todiscussC.tobediscussedD.beingdiscussed

32.Hislazinesshisfailureinthefinalexam.

A.gaveupB.contributedC.resultedinD.distributed

33.Theteacher’stomystatementaboutthispoetledmetoreadwidelyaboutpoems.

A.changeB.chargeC.challengeD.chance

34.Onmostofthenights,Janereadinglettersfromherboyfriend.

A.stayedoffB.stayedonC.stayedoutD.stayedup

35.Thefirst-yearstudentswerelearningformthearmyinMiyun,asuburbofBeijingnearIlived.

A.whatB.whereC.thatD.which

36.Lyndaandhundredsofyoungpeoplelikehimthepostoftypist.

A.approachedB.appliedforC.appealedtoD.approvedof

37.Anybodyisentitledtosuchbenefitofageorsex.

A.regardlessB.whetherC.inspiteD.incase

38.Inthisbuildingeachapartmentcouldafamilyofsix.

A.houseB.coverC.makeD.include

39.Itriedtogetoutofthebusiness,Ifoundimpossible.

A.whoB.whichC.thatD.what

40.Whenheexplaineditagainandagain,thestudent’spatience.

A.ranoverB.ranonC.ranoutD.ranoff

41.WhenherneighborGrandmaWangbecameill,thegirloften.

A.fittedinB.workedoutC.heldbackD.helpedout

42.Ifyoureallywanttoapplyforthedangerousjob,Iwon’t,thoughtIthinkit’sacrazyidea.

A.stoodinyourwayB.standontheway

C.standinyourwayD.standbytheway

43.Hewastryingtoread;,thephonekeptringing.

A.meanwhileB.thenC.laterD.afterwards

44.Iamoutofthosepeoplewholikeastrenuous(费力的)holiday;Ibelievein.

A.tookiteasyB.takeniteasy

C.takingiteasyD.takingiteasily

45.Thepolicematchedthefingerprintsandfoundtheywere.

A.equivalentB.identicalC.similarD.equal

46.Formally,intheUnitedStates,manynursesworkedasprivatedutynursesinhospitals.

A.otherthanB.morethanC.lessthanD.ratherthan

47.Ifyoudon’tmind.Idomyhomeworkthanplaycardswithyou.

A.hadbetterB.preferC.wouldratherD.wouldlike

48.Theirideawastogetustothestrikeatonce.

A.callatB.calloffC.callinD.callfor

49.MycarsoIhadtocomebybus.

A.felldownB.brokedownC.felloverD.turnedaway

50.Icouldtellhewassurprisedfromtheonhisface.

A.appearanceB.sightC.expressionD.explanation

51.Whichis,NorthAmericaorSouthAmerica?

A.biggestB.thebiggestC.morebiggestD.bigger

52.Youshouldobservecarefullyhowtheaudiencehisspeech.

A.reachtoB.refertoC.reacttoD.relateto

53.Thesefarmersgotagoodharvestlastyear,sotheyabigsumofmoneyfornewfarmmachines.

A.setasideB.setaboutC.setupD.setback

54.Oneofmysayingsis“wherethereisawill,thereisaway.”

A.likelyB.favorableC.alikeD.favorite

55.Allisacontinuoussupplyoffueloil.

A.whatisneededB.thatisneeded

C.thethingisneededD.fortheirneeds

56.Thehighincometaxisharmfulitmaydiscouragepeoplefromtryingtoearnmore.

A.inthatB.thatC.inwhichD.which

57.Anewtechniqueout,theyieldincreasesby20%.

A.havingworkingB.havingbeenworked

C.atalossD.forgood

58.Thebirdflewintotheairandwassoon.

A.outofsightB.inahurryC.atalossD.forgood

59.ItisdecidedthatheforabustomeettheguestsfromBeijing.

A.callB.callsC.arrangeD.arranges

60.Iknowit’snotimportantbutIcan’thelpaboutit.

A.tothinkB.thinkingC.andthinkD.beingthought

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