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奥鹏2016年秋季学期《大学英语2》补考在线考试(适用于2017年4月份考试)

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    奥鹏2016年秋季学期《大学英语2》补考在线考试(适用于2017年4月份考试)

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    1. I’d like to take ______ of this opportunity to thank you all for your co-operation.
      A. profit
      B. benefit
      C. advantage
      D. occasion
    2. — Hello, Sally. How’s everything? — _________
      A. Good for you.
      B. Oh, I agree.
      C. That’s right.
      D. Just so-so.
    3. ______ one occasion he helped an old woman who was in danger ______ the risk of his life.
      A. In, as
      B. On, at
      C. By, with
      D. At, in
    4. Having no children of their own, they decided to _____ an orphan.
      A. adapt
      B. adopt
      C. adjust
      D. addict
    5. — Excuse me, is this seat free? — __________.
      A. No, you can’t sit here
      B. Sorry, it is taken
      C. Yes, it is seated by a boy
      D. Yes, but I don’t know
    6. Mr. Smith was determined to _______ the experiment after so many years' interruption.
      A. carry on
      B. carry out
      C. carry away
      D. carry forth
    7. — What can I do for you, madam? —________.
      A. I want a kilo of apples
      B. You can go your own way
      C. Thanks
      D. Excuse me. I’m busy
    8. The girl’s answer ______ good enough.
      A. sounded
      B. noised
      C. heard
      D. listened
    9. Some customers complain that it usually _____ so long to get refund for the inferior goods they bought.
      A. takes
      B. costs
      C. spends
      D. spares
    10. ______ adequate preparations, they thought it better to postpone the journey till next week.
      A. Not to have made
      B. Not making
      C. Not having made
      D. Having not made
    11. — Excuse me. I don’t want to interrupt you… — ____________
      A. No, no. It’s quite all right.
      B. It won’t bother me.
      C. Never mind
      D. Of course not.
    12. ______ with the size of the whole earth, the highest mountain doesn’t seem high at all.
      A. When compared
      B. While comparing
      C. Compare
      D. To compare
    13. Shanghai is the place _____ the great Communist Party of China was born.
      A. which
      B. where
      C. when
      D. that
    14. Jack and Bill are twins, but the former is taller than ________.
      A. later
      B. late
      C. latest
      D. the latter
    15. Some passengers complain that it usually takes so long to ____ in travel insurance documents.
      A. finish
      B. fill
      C. complete
      D. write
    16. — Could I borrow your CD of English songs? — ________
      A. No, I am not available.
      B. I’m sorry. It’s not at hand now.
      C. It’s very kind of you.
      D. Thank you very much.
    17. It’s not polite to ______ a person while he is talking with others.
      A. involve
      B. interrupt
      C. interview
      D. interpret
    18. If you spare half an hour each day to read an English newspaper, you will surely be able to read ______.
      A. efficiently
      B. obviously
      C. actually
      D. purposefully
    19. In the past, people used _________ that the moon was too far away __________. But now it is possible for man __________ there by spaceship.
      A. to think, not to reach, to get
      B. to think, to reach, to get
      C. to thinking, to reach, will get
      D. thought, to reach, to get to
    20. The teacher doesn’t permit ______ in class.
      A. smoke
      B. smoking
      C. to smoke
      D. to have a smoke
    21. He felt that he ______ for the coldness that had grown between them.
      A. blamed
      B. was blamed of
      C. was to blame
      D. was to be blaming
    22. — What is your major, Jack? —_______________
      A. I study very hard.
      B. I’m learning course.
      C. I major English.
      D. I’m majoring in computer science.
    23. It suddenly ______ to him that this was something he should never do.
      A. happened
      B. occurred
      C. took place
      D. broke out
    24. — You’ve won the basketball game. Congratulations! —____________
      A. Oh, not really.
      B. No one else could do it.
      C. Thank you. We’re really lucky.
      D. It’s good of you to say so.
    25. The young couple _______ their new life to a railway train on a long unknown track.
      A. imagined
      B. figured
      C. compared
      D. cheered
    26. ______ the flood, the ship would have reached its destination on time.
      A. In case of
      B. Because of
      C. In spite of
      D. But for
    27. The price of the shares will _________ the number of people who want to buy them.
      A. depend on
      B. turn on
      C. put on
      D. take on
    28. —I’m sorry that the postcards you want to buy have been sold out. —_____________
      A. Oh, great.
      B. That sounds boring.
      C. That’s all right!
      D. Oh, what a pity!
    29. No passenger is allowed to stick his head out of the window lest he ______.
      A. should be hurt
      B. is hurt
      C. will be hurt
      D. is to be hurt
    30. — You seem to have a lot of work to do in your office. You’ve always been working overtime. — ____________
      A. You are right, but don’t you know the meaning of work?
      B. Sorry, I don’t think so. I get overpaid for overwork, you know.
      C. That’s right. All work and no play make Jack a dull boy.
      D. That’s right, but the work is interesting. I don’t mind some extra hours at
    1. Years ago we didn't know this, but recent science ______ that people who don't sleep well soon get ill.
      A. showed
      B. has shown
      C. will show
      D. is showing
    2. On seeing this sight, the audience can’t help but ______.
      A. to laugh
      B. laughing
      C. laugh
      D. being laughed
    3. With the problem ______, we are getting along even more smoothly.
      A. settles
      B. to settle
      C. settled
      D. to be settling
    4. I am ______ the same old breakfast every morning.
      A. bored of
      B. bored with
      C. tired with
      D. tired from
    5. We desire that the tour leader ______ us immediately of any change in plan.
      A. inform
      B. informed
      C. informs
      D. had informed
    6. If I ______ there tomorrow, I would see you.
      A. will go
      B. go
      C. should go
      D. can go
    7. In order to strengthen his muscles, Mike goes to the gym _____ to do exercises.
      A. increasingly
      B. often
      C. regularly
      D. lively
    8. — Excuse me, when is the next flight from London due to arrive? — _________
      A. In half an hour.
      B. An hour before.
      C. Until the next one.
      D. Before another one.
    9. The match was cancelled because most of the members _________ a match without a standard court.
      A. objected to having
      B. were objected to have
      C. objected to have
      D. were objected to having
    10. — Mom, I’m very sorry for having broken the plate. — Oh, boy, ____________
      A. it doesn’t matter.
      B. no problem.
      C. that’s right.
      D. thank you.
       


        2   完型填空

    1. You really have to get very old before you realize you’re old. I’m in my middle fifties and I don’t feel old yet. However, sometimes I look back at my childhood and 1 things to the way life is for today’s kids. Some things have 2 changed. One area of change is television. Some changes have been improvements. Some changes, 3 the other hand, have been setbacks. When I started school, most people didn’t have a television; TV was just beginning to get 4 . My father decided to go all out and buy a 15 inch black and white Motorola set. I still remember 5 the Lone Ranger save people from the bad guys on that awesome electronic machine. That was exciting! Now, televisions have larger pictures in full color. The pictures are 6 and the sound is much more realistic. The new high definition sets are made to rival movie 7 . The variety and quantity of programming has increased greatly. There are hundreds of 8 and more shows than one person could ever watch. There are many fine entertainment and 9 shows. There’s also a lot of garbage, stuff that most parents don’t want their kids exposed to. Overall, we have more choices, and that is good. I wonder what television will be 10 when today’s kids are my age.
      A. forget

      B. remember

      C. compare

      D. miss

      A. seldom

      B. often

      C. usually

      D. certainly

      A. at

      B. on

      C. in

      D. for

      A. gone

      B. great

      C. expensive

      D. popular

      A. to watch

      B. have watched

      C. watching

      D. watched

      A. clearer

      B. good

      C. cheaper

      D. clearly

      A. theater

      B. mirror

      C. shade

      D. screen

      A. canals

      B. chains

      C. channels

      D. shifts

      A. education

      B. educational

      C. educate

      D. educator

      A. likely

      B. alike

      C. like

      D. dislike

    、1).

      A. forget

      B. remember

      C. compare

      D. miss

      A. seldom

      B. often

      C. usually

      D. certainly

      A. at

      B. on

      C. in

      D. for

      A. gone

      B. great

      C. expensive

      D. popular

      A. to watch

      B. have watched

      C. watching

      D. watched

      A. clearer

      B. good

      C. cheaper

      D. clearly

      A. theater

      B. mirror

      C. shade

      D. screen

      A. canals

      B. chains

      C. channels

      D. shifts

      A. education

      B. educational

      C. educate

      D. educator

      A. likely

      B. alike

      C. like

      D. dislike

    、2).

      A. forget

      B. remember

      C. compare

      D. miss

      A. seldom

      B. often

      C. usually

      D. certainly

      A. at

      B. on

      C. in

      D. for

      A. gone

      B. great

      C. expensive

      D. popular

      A. to watch

      B. have watched

      C. watching

      D. watched

      A. clearer

      B. good

      C. cheaper

      D. clearly

      A. theater

      B. mirror

      C. shade

      D. screen

      A. canals

      B. chains

      C. channels

      D. shifts

      A. education

      B. educational

      C. educate

      D. educator

      A. likely

      B. alike

      C. like

      D. dislike

    、3).

      A. forget

      B. remember

      C. compare

      D. miss

      A. seldom

      B. often

      C. usually

      D. certainly

      A. at

      B. on

      C. in

      D. for

      A. gone

      B. great

      C. expensive

      D. popular

      A. to watch

      B. have watched

      C. watching

      D. watched

      A. clearer

      B. good

      C. cheaper

      D. clearly

      A. theater

      B. mirror

      C. shade

      D. screen

      A. canals

      B. chains

      C. channels

      D. shifts

      A. education

      B. educational

      C. educate

      D. educator

      A. likely

      B. alike

      C. like

      D. dislike

    、4).

      A. forget

      B. remember

      C. compare

      D. miss

      A. seldom

      B. often

      C. usually

      D. certainly

      A. at

      B. on

      C. in

      D. for

      A. gone

      B. great

      C. expensive

      D. popular

      A. to watch

      B. have watched

      C. watching

      D. watched

      A. clearer

      B. good

      C. cheaper

      D. clearly

      A. theater

      B. mirror

      C. shade

      D. screen

      A. canals

      B. chains

      C. channels

      D. shifts

      A. education

      B. educational

      C. educate

      D. educator

      A. likely

      B. alike

      C. like

      D. dislike

    、5).

      A. forget

      B. remember

      C. compare

      D. miss

      A. seldom

      B. often

      C. usually

      D. certainly

      A. at

      B. on

      C. in

      D. for

      A. gone

      B. great

      C. expensive

      D. popular

      A. to watch

      B. have watched

      C. watching

      D. watched

      A. clearer

      B. good

      C. cheaper

      D. clearly

      A. theater

      B. mirror

      C. shade

      D. screen

      A. canals

      B. chains

      C. channels

      D. shifts

      A. education

      B. educational

      C. educate

      D. educator

      A. likely

      B. alike

      C. like

      D. dislike

    、6).

      A. forget

      B. remember

      C. compare

      D. miss

      A. seldom

      B. often

      C. usually

      D. certainly

      A. at

      B. on

      C. in

      D. for

      A. gone

      B. great

      C. expensive

      D. popular

      A. to watch

      B. have watched

      C. watching

      D. watched

      A. clearer

      B. good

      C. cheaper

      D. clearly

      A. theater

      B. mirror

      C. shade

      D. screen

      A. canals

      B. chains

      C. channels

      D. shifts

      A. education

      B. educational

      C. educate

      D. educator

      A. likely

      B. alike

      C. like

      D. dislike

    、7).

      A. forget

      B. remember

      C. compare

      D. miss

      A. seldom

      B. often

      C. usually

      D. certainly

      A. at

      B. on

      C. in

      D. for

      A. gone

      B. great

      C. expensive

      D. popular

      A. to watch

      B. have watched

      C. watching

      D. watched

      A. clearer

      B. good

      C. cheaper

      D. clearly

      A. theater

      B. mirror

      C. shade

      D. screen

      A. canals

      B. chains

      C. channels

      D. shifts

      A. education

      B. educational

      C. educate

      D. educator

      A. likely

      B. alike

      C. like

      D. dislike

    、8).

      A. forget

      B. remember

      C. compare

      D. miss

      A. seldom

      B. often

      C. usually

      D. certainly

      A. at

      B. on

      C. in

      D. for

      A. gone

      B. great

      C. expensive

      D. popular

      A. to watch

      B. have watched

      C. watching

      D. watched

      A. clearer

      B. good

      C. cheaper

      D. clearly

      A. theater

      B. mirror

      C. shade

      D. screen

      A. canals

      B. chains

      C. channels

      D. shifts

      A. education

      B. educational

      C. educate

      D. educator

      A. likely

      B. alike

      C. like

      D. dislike

    、9).

      A. forget

      B. remember

      C. compare

      D. miss

      A. seldom

      B. often

      C. usually

      D. certainly

      A. at

      B. on

      C. in

      D. for

      A. gone

      B. great

      C. expensive

      D. popular

      A. to watch

      B. have watched

      C. watching

      D. watched

      A. clearer

      B. good

      C. cheaper

      D. clearly

      A. theater

      B. mirror

      C. shade

      D. screen

      A. canals

      B. chains

      C. channels

      D. shifts

      A. education

      B. educational

      C. educate

      D. educator

      A. likely

      B. alike

      C. like

      D. dislike

    、10).

       


        3   阅读理解

    1. Wall Street is the name of a street in New York and very famous in the whole world. It is the financial center of the U.S.A, exerting a significant influence upon the world’s economy. Hetty Green, who was born in 1835, was nicknamed the Wizard (奇才) of Wall Street. She became almost a legendary figure in Wall Street, because she made a lot of money buying and selling shares in companies. Hetty Green began making money when her father died and she inherited all his money. By investing it wisely, she soon built up her fortune to over 100 million dollars. However, she hated spending money on herself or on her family. Actually, she hated spending money on everything except buying shares. She was so mean that when her son Edward broke his leg, she would not send for a doctor. She did not want to have to pay a doctor’s bill. She refused to send her son to a good hospital. Instead, she took the boy to a free charity hospital. There he did not get very good treatment and, to save his life, he had to have his leg cut off. Still his mother would not pay for proper hospital treatment. She sent for a doctor who cut off the boy’s leg in her sitting room. It’s incredible, isn’t it?
      A. the name of Chinatown in New York

      B. the nickname of New York

      C. the financial center of America

      D. the tourist center of U.S.A

      A. made a great fortune with shares

      B. inherited a large sum of money from her father

      C. built up a large company on shares

      D. was very strange and cruel

      A. sad

      B. cruel

      C. disappointed

      D. ungenerous

      A. sent him to a large hospital

      B. sent for a doctor at once

      C. didn’t pay the bill for the doctor

      D. took him to a charity hospital

      A. Hetty Green died a poor old woman.

      B. Hetty Green preferred money to anything else.

      C. Hetty Green liked to earn a lot of money so as to live a good life.

      D. Hetty Green hated her son and refused to take him to a good hospital.

    、1). Wall Street is _______.

      A. the name of Chinatown in New York

      B. the nickname of New York

      C. the financial center of America

      D. the tourist center of U.S.A

      A. made a great fortune with shares

      B. inherited a large sum of money from her father

      C. built up a large company on shares

      D. was very strange and cruel

      A. sad

      B. cruel

      C. disappointed

      D. ungenerous

      A. sent him to a large hospital

      B. sent for a doctor at once

      C. didn’t pay the bill for the doctor

      D. took him to a charity hospital

      A. Hetty Green died a poor old woman.

      B. Hetty Green preferred money to anything else.

      C. Hetty Green liked to earn a lot of money so as to live a good life.

      D. Hetty Green hated her son and refused to take him to a good hospital.

    、2). Hetty Green was nicknamed the Wizard of Wall Street because she _______.

      A. the name of Chinatown in New York

      B. the nickname of New York

      C. the financial center of America

      D. the tourist center of U.S.A

      A. made a great fortune with shares

      B. inherited a large sum of money from her father

      C. built up a large company on shares

      D. was very strange and cruel

      A. sad

      B. cruel

      C. disappointed

      D. ungenerous

      A. sent him to a large hospital

      B. sent for a doctor at once

      C. didn’t pay the bill for the doctor

      D. took him to a charity hospital

      A. Hetty Green died a poor old woman.

      B. Hetty Green preferred money to anything else.

      C. Hetty Green liked to earn a lot of money so as to live a good life.

      D. Hetty Green hated her son and refused to take him to a good hospital.

    、3). The underlined word “mean” in the second paragraph probably can be replaced by ______.

      A. the name of Chinatown in New York

      B. the nickname of New York

      C. the financial center of America

      D. the tourist center of U.S.A

      A. made a great fortune with shares

      B. inherited a large sum of money from her father

      C. built up a large company on shares

      D. was very strange and cruel

      A. sad

      B. cruel

      C. disappointed

      D. ungenerous

      A. sent him to a large hospital

      B. sent for a doctor at once

      C. didn’t pay the bill for the doctor

      D. took him to a charity hospital

      A. Hetty Green died a poor old woman.

      B. Hetty Green preferred money to anything else.

      C. Hetty Green liked to earn a lot of money so as to live a good life.

      D. Hetty Green hated her son and refused to take him to a good hospital.

    、4). When her son broke his leg, Hetty Green _______.

      A. the name of Chinatown in New York

      B. the nickname of New York

      C. the financial center of America

      D. the tourist center of U.S.A

      A. made a great fortune with shares

      B. inherited a large sum of money from her father

      C. built up a large company on shares

      D. was very strange and cruel

      A. sad

      B. cruel

      C. disappointed

      D. ungenerous

      A. sent him to a large hospital

      B. sent for a doctor at once

      C. didn’t pay the bill for the doctor

      D. took him to a charity hospital

      A. Hetty Green died a poor old woman.

      B. Hetty Green preferred money to anything else.

      C. Hetty Green liked to earn a lot of money so as to live a good life.

      D. Hetty Green hated her son and refused to take him to a good hospital.

    、5). Which of the following is true according to the passage?

    2. Versailles is the site of the Palace of Versailles , one of the most storied buildings in the history of France . It was originally built as a hunting chateau by King Louis VIII in 1624. In 1669, King Louis XIV began searching for a grand site where he could conduct the affairs of France and control the government. He settled on the hunting palace and expanded it into the world’s largest palace. In addition, the King hoped to build a governmental center apart from Paris . The palace took 36,000 workers fifty years to build. The palace is spread out over 280 acres and can house 20,000 people! The palace features over 700 rooms and 67 staircases. There are dozens of unique rooms, features, gardens, and halls. One of the most renowned rooms of the Palace of Versailles is the Hall of Mirrors. Recently restored, the Hall of Mirrors is the centerpiece of the dazzling building. Originally added to the palace in 1684, the Hall of Mirrors was built to be a dazzling display of the power and wealth of the French Monarchy. The hall, which measures 73 meters in length features 357 gold-coated stucco mirrors, ornate paintings, crystal chandeliers, marble fixtures, a parquet floor, and ceilings with colorful murals painted by artist Charles Le Brun. The Hall of Mirrors has also played a prominent role in history. Both the proclamation of the German Empire in 1871 after the Franco-Prussian War and the signing of the Treaty of Versailles that formally ended World War One were signed here.
      A. In 1684.

      B. In 1624.

      C. In 1669.

      D. In 1786.

      A. So he and his queen could retire comfortably.

      B. As a hunting chateau.

      C. As a place to conduct his nation's business.

      D. He wanted to impress his wife.

      A. The Hall of Mirrors has been recently restored.

      B. The Hall of Mirrors is considered the centerpiece of the Palace of Versailles .

      C. The Hall of Mirrors features a parquet floor.

      D. Two major treaties were signed in the Hall of Mirrors.

      A. Bronze moldings.

      B. O rnate paintings.

      C. M arble fixtures.

      D. Crystal chandeliers.

      A. Louis XIV and the Palace of Versailles .

      B. The ceilings of the Hall of Mirrors.

      C. The Amazing Palace of Versailles .

      D. A History of France .

    、1). When was the Palace of Versailles originally built?

      A. In 1684.

      B. In 1624.

      C. In 1669.

      D. In 1786.

      A. So he and his queen could retire comfortably.

      B. As a hunting chateau.

      C. As a place to conduct his nation's business.

      D. He wanted to impress his wife.

      A. The Hall of Mirrors has been recently restored.

      B. The Hall of Mirrors is considered the centerpiece of the Palace of Versailles .

      C. The Hall of Mirrors features a parquet floor.

      D. Two major treaties were signed in the Hall of Mirrors.

      A. Bronze moldings.

      B. O rnate paintings.

      C. M arble fixtures.

      D. Crystal chandeliers.

      A. Louis XIV and the Palace of Versailles .

      B. The ceilings of the Hall of Mirrors.

      C. The Amazing Palace of Versailles .

      D. A History of France .

    、2). Why did King Louis XIV want a grand palace?

      A. In 1684.

      B. In 1624.

      C. In 1669.

      D. In 1786.

      A. So he and his queen could retire comfortably.

      B. As a hunting chateau.

      C. As a place to conduct his nation's business.

      D. He wanted to impress his wife.

      A. The Hall of Mirrors has been recently restored.

      B. The Hall of Mirrors is considered the centerpiece of the Palace of Versailles .

      C. The Hall of Mirrors features a parquet floor.

      D. Two major treaties were signed in the Hall of Mirrors.

      A. Bronze moldings.

      B. O rnate paintings.

      C. M arble fixtures.

      D. Crystal chandeliers.

      A. Louis XIV and the Palace of Versailles .

      B. The ceilings of the Hall of Mirrors.

      C. The Amazing Palace of Versailles .

      D. A History of France .

    、3). Which of the following is NOT true?

      A. In 1684.

      B. In 1624.

      C. In 1669.

      D. In 1786.

      A. So he and his queen could retire comfortably.

      B. As a hunting chateau.

      C. As a place to conduct his nation's business.

      D. He wanted to impress his wife.

      A. The Hall of Mirrors has been recently restored.

      B. The Hall of Mirrors is considered the centerpiece of the Palace of Versailles .

      C. The Hall of Mirrors features a parquet floor.

      D. Two major treaties were signed in the Hall of Mirrors.

      A. Bronze moldings.

      B. O rnate paintings.

      C. M arble fixtures.

      D. Crystal chandeliers.

      A. Louis XIV and the Palace of Versailles .

      B. The ceilings of the Hall of Mirrors.

      C. The Amazing Palace of Versailles .

      D. A History of France .

    、4). Which of the following is not mentioned as a feature of the Hall of Mirrors?

      A. In 1684.

      B. In 1624.

      C. In 1669.

      D. In 1786.

      A. So he and his queen could retire comfortably.

      B. As a hunting chateau.

      C. As a place to conduct his nation's business.

      D. He wanted to impress his wife.

      A. The Hall of Mirrors has been recently restored.

      B. The Hall of Mirrors is considered the centerpiece of the Palace of Versailles .

      C. The Hall of Mirrors features a parquet floor.

      D. Two major treaties were signed in the Hall of Mirrors.

      A. Bronze moldings.

      B. O rnate paintings.

      C. M arble fixtures.

      D. Crystal chandeliers.

      A. Louis XIV and the Palace of Versailles .

      B. The ceilings of the Hall of Mirrors.

      C. The Amazing Palace of Versailles .

      D. A History of France .

    、5). Which of the following could be an appropriate title for this passage?

       




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