手机
当前位置:考试网  > 试卷库  > 外语类  > 大学英语  > 大学英语四级  > Twolinescanformaninfinitenumberof______.
试题预览

Twolinescanformaninfinitenumberof______.

A、ankles
B、angles
C、angels
D、adults
查看答案
收藏
纠错
正确答案:

A

答案解析:

暂无解析

你可能感兴趣的试题

Passage3

Questions11to15arebasedonthefollowingpassage:

Thecowboyistheheroofmanymovies,.Heis,eventoday,asymbolofcourageandadventure.Butwhatwasthelifeofthecowboyreallylike?

Thecowboy’sjobisclearfromthewordcowboy.Cowboyweremenwhotookcareofcowsandothercattle.ThecattlewereintheWestandinTexas.PeopleinthecitiesoftheEastwantedbeefthesecattle.Trainscouldtakethecattleeast.Butfirstthecattlehadtogettothetrains.Partofthecowboy’sjobwastotakethecattlehundredsofmilestotherailroadtown.Thetripswerecalledcattledrivers.Acattledriveusuallytookseveralmonths.Cowboysrodeforsixteenhoursaday.Becausetheyrodesomuch,eachcowboybroughtalongabouteighthorses.Acowboychangedhorsesseveraltimeseachday.

Thecowboyshadtomakesurethatcattlearrivedsafely.Beforestartingonadrive,thecowboysbrandedthecattle.Theyburnedamarkonthecattletoshowwhotheybelongedto.Butthesemarksdidn’tstoprustlers,orcattlethieves.Cowboyshadtoprotectthecattlefromrustlers.Rustlersmadethedangeroustripevenmoredangerous.

Eventhoughtheirworkwasverydifficultanddangerous,cowboysdidnotearnmuchmoney.Theywerepaidbadly.Yetcowboyslikedtheirwayoflife.Theylivedinawildandopencountry.Theylivedalifeofadventureandfreedom.

11.Acowboyisasymbolof.

A.courageandadventureB.ahardlifeandbigpay

C.moviesinthepastD.cowsandothercattle

12.Thecowboys’jobwas.

A.tobeaheroinreallifeB.tobeaheroofthemovie

C.totakecareofcattleD.tobeadangerousrustler

13.Duringacattledriver,cowboystookagroupofcowsfromawildandopencountryto.

A.theWeststatesandTexasB.thecitiesoftheEastStates

C.thepeoplewhoeatbeefincitiesD.therailroadtownshundredmilesaway

14.Ontheirwayofcattledrivers,thecowboysprotectedthecattleby.

A.burningamarkontheircowsB.keepinganeyeoncattlethieves

C.makingthetripmoredangerousD.lookingaftereightcowseachperson

15.Cowboysenjoyedthemselvesbecause.

A.theylikedtheirwayoflifeB.theymadealotofmoney

C.theyhadavarydifficultjobD.theywereheroesinmovies

Passage4

Questions16to20arebasedonthefollowingpassage:

IrecentlywroteanautobiographyinwhichIrecalledmanyoldmemories.Oneofthemwasfrommyschooldays,whenourninthgradeteacher,MissRaber,wouldpickoutwordsfromtheReader’sDigesttotestourvocabulary.

Today,morethan45yearslater,Ialwayscheckout“ItpaystoEnrichYourWordPower”firstwhentheDigestcomeseachmonth.Iamimpressedwiththatidea,wordpower.Reader’sDigestknowsthepowerthatwordshavetomovepeople—toentertain,inform,andinspire.TheDigesteditorsknowthatthebigwordisn’talwaysthebestword.Takejustoneexample,aQuotableQuoteformtheFebruary1985issue:”Timeisaplayfulthing.Itslipsquicklyanddrinksthedaylikeabowlofmilk.”

Nineteenwords,onlytwoofthemmorethanonesyllable,yethowmuchtheyconvey!That’susuallyhowitiswithReader’sDigest.Smallandsimplecanbeprofound.

AschairmanofafoundationtorestoretheStatueofLiberty,I’vebeenmakingalotofspeecheslately.Itrytokeepthemfairlyshort.Iusesmallbutvividwords:wordslike“hope”,“guts”,“faith”,“dreams”.ThosearewordsthatmovepeopleandsaysomuchaboutthespiritofAmerica.

Don’tgetmewrong.I’mnotagainstusingbigwords,whenitisrighttodoso,butIhavealsolearnedthatasmallwordcanworkasmallmiracle—ifit’srightword,intherightplace,attherighttime.It’sa“secret”thatIhopeneverforget.

16.Thepassageismainlyabout.

A.oneofthemanyoldmemories

B.usingsimplewordstoexpressprofoundideas

C.Reader’sDigestandschoolspeeches

D.howtomakeeffectivespeeches

17.ItseemsthatReader’sDigestisamagazinepopularwith.

A.peopleofallagesB.teenagersC.schoolteachersD.elderlyreaders

18.Theexampletheauthorgivesinthesecondparagraphmightmean.

A.onespendshisdayplayinganddrinking

B.don’twasteyourtimeasonedoes

C.timeslipseasilyifyoudon’tmakegooduseofit

D.timeisjustlikedrinkingmilkfromabowl

19.Theauthor’s“secret”is.

A.toavoidusingbigwordsatanytime

B.tousewordsthathavethepowertomovepeople

C.toworkamiraclebyusingasmallword

D.tousesmallandsimplewordswherepossible

20.Accoedingtotheauthor,well-chosenwordscangivepeople.

A.hope,courageandideas

B.confidence,determinationandstrength

C.pleasure,knowledgeandencourage

D.entertainment,informationandpower

Questions16to20arebasedonthefollowingpassage:

PartIVTranslation

Tocoverthemarksofthefire,thebuildingwaspaintedwhite.BeforelongitbecameknownastheWhiteHouse.(PassageOne)

PartIIICloze

Directions:Therearetwentyblanksinthefollowingpassage.Foreachblanktherearefourchoices.ChoosetheonethatbestfitsintothepassageandthenmarksyouranswerontheAnswerSheet.

In1982,MarkThatcher,thesonofMrs.Thatcherwasreported61intheSaharaDesertwhilecompetingintheGrandPrixmotorracefromParistoDakar.Thissadnews,so62,shooktheusuallycalmandunperturbedseasonedpolitician63herbalance.Thoughshedidherbesttopretendasif64hadhappenedandmadeherpublicappearancesasusual,peoplecouldnot65tonoticethatshewasnolongertheold66primeministerwhoalwayshadeverything67control.68shehadbecomeaverysadmotherwhowasunabletorecoverfromhershock.

Oneday,whenshewastospeakataluncheonparty,areportercaughther69herguardby70upthesubjectofhermissingsonagain.Shewastotallymentally71forthequestionandlostherselfcontrol.Tearswererollingdownhereyesasshesobbinglytoldthereporterthatthere72stillnonewsofMarkandthatshewasveryworriedabouthim.Shesaidthatallthecountries73hadpromisedtodotheirbesttohelpherfindherson.74thatshebrokedowncompletelyandsobbedsilentlyforquiteawhile.Graduallyshe75downandstartedtospeakas76.itwasaverymovingscenewhich77anewsideofMrs.Thatcher’scharacterthepublicdonotusuallysee,78peoplebegantotalkabouttheIronWoman’smaternallove,asentimentthatis79toallhumankind.

LaterMarkreturned80andsoundtohismother’sside,good-humoredandallsmilesasusual,asifnothingunusualhadeverhappened.TheIronWoman,however,brokedownagainaswassobbingforthesecondtime.

61.A.missingB.missedC.wantingD.wanted

62.A.expectedB.expectingC.unexpectedD.unexpecting

63.A.withB.onC.outD.off

64.A.somethingB.anythingC.nothingD.everything

65.A.missB.failC.pretendD.expect

66.A.reassuredB.self-assuredC.assuringD.self-assuring

67.A.forB.beneathC.belowD.under

68.A.InsteadB.howeverC.ThereforeD.So

69.A.intoB.outofC.onD.off

70.A.puttingB.bringingC.takingD.giving

71.A.readyB.preparedC.unpreparedD.unexpected

72.A.wasB.wereC.shouldbeD.wouldbe

73.A.concerningB.concernedC.worryingD.worried

74.A.AtB.BeforeC.AfterD.With

75.A.satB.brokeC.calmedD.became

76.A.plannedB.planningC.plansD.aplan

77.A.explainedB.exposedC.excludedD.exclaimed

78.A.howeverB.insteadC.soD.but

79.A.universalB.uniqueC.singleD.strange

80.A.safeB.safelyC.sightD.hearing

PartIIICloze

Directions:Therearetwentyblanksinthefollowingpassage.Foreachblanktherearefourchoices.ChoosetheonethatbestfitsintothepassageandthenmarksyouranswerontheAnswerSheet.

Beforethe20thcenturythehorseprovideddaytodaytransportationintheUnitedStates.Trainswereusedonlyforlong-distancetransportation.

Todaythecaristhemostpopular61oftransportationinalloftheUnitedStates.Ithascompletely62thehorseasameansofeverydaytransportation.Americansusetheircarsfor6390percentofallpersonal64.

MostAmericansareableto65cars.

Theaveragepriceofa66madecarwas1050in1950,1740in1960andupto1750671975.DuringthisperiodAmericancarmanufacturerssetabout68theirproductsandworkefficiency.

Asaresult,theyearlyincomeofthe69familyincreasedfrom1950to197570thanthepriceofcars.Forthisreason71anewcartakesasmaller72ofafamily’stotalearningstoday.

In195173ittook8.1monthsofanaveragefamily’s74tobuyanewcar.In1962anewcar758.3ofafamily’sannualearnings.By1975itonlytook4.7576income.Inaddition,the1975carsweretechnically77tomodelsfrompreviousyears.

The78oftheautomobileextendsthroughouttheeconomy79thecarissoimportanttoAmericans.Americansspendmoremoneyto80theircarsrunningthanonanyotheritem.

61.A.kindsB.meansC.meanD.types

62.A.deniedB.reproducedC.replacedD.ridiculed

63.A.hardlyB.nearlyC.certainlyD.somehow

64.A.tripB.worksC.businessD.travel

65.A.buyB.sellC.raceD.see

66.A.quicklyB.regularlyC.rapidlyD.recently

67.A.onB.inC.behindD.about

68.A.raisingB.makingC.reducingD.improving

69.A.unusualB.interestedC.averageD.biggest

70.A.slowestB.equalC.fasterD.lessthan

71.A.bringingB.obtainC.boughtD.purchasing

72.A.partB.halfC.numberD.side

73.A.clearlyB.proportionallyC.percentageD.suddenly

74.A.incomeB.workC.plansD.debts

75.A.usedB.spendC.costD.needed

76.A.months’B.dollarsC.familyD.year

77.A.famousB.superiorC.fastestD.purchasing

78.A.runningB.noticeC.influenceD.discussion

79.A.thenB.asC.soD.which

80.A.startB.leaveC.keepD.repair

扫一扫,手机做题