江苏省 2017 年普通高校对口单招文化统考英语试卷 第一部分：语言知识运用（共 40 小题，每小题 1 分，共 40 分） 第一节 在本节中，你将读到 10 个句子，从题后所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中 选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项，并将答题卡上对应选项的方框涂满、涂黑。 1. He prefers ______ at home, rather than ______ to the cinema. A. stay; to go B. to stay; to go C. stay; going D. to stay; go 2. If the customers are unsatisfied with your service, you will receive a letter of ______. A. apology B. complaint C. thanks D. invitation 3. No sooner ______ to school than she began to clean her classroom. A. she had got B. had she got C. she got D. did she get 4. One fifth of the country ______ covered with trees and more trees ______ going to be planted next year. A. is; are B. is; is C. are; is D. are; are 5. The boy made a lot of mistakes in his homework, ______ he was watching TV at the same time. He really tried to kill two birds with one stone. A. if B. unless C. because D. although 6. The girl was greatly ______ by the news ______ she won the first place. A. amazing; that B. amazing; what C. amazed; that D. amazed; what 7. The lecture ______ when I arrived, so I found it hard to follow. A. started B. was starting C. would start D. had started 8. The air was full of horrible smells after the fire was ______ in the afternoon. A. put up B. put away C. put out D. put off 9. If you want to live a long and healthy life, you should figure out ______ you should and shouldn’t do. A. that B. what C. whether D. which 10. The teacher demands that she ______ her test papers within ten minutes. A. turn in B. hands in C. has turned in D. has handed in 第二节 在本节中，你将读到 15 个短对话或片段，从题后所给的 A、B、C、D 四 个选项中选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项，并将答题卡上对应选项的方框涂满、涂 黑。 11. —Wow! Your new dress looks so fashionable! — ______ . It’s my mother’s design. A. Thank you. B. Sounds great. C. My pleasure. D. It’s very kind of you 12. If someone is in your way, you should say“______”and be polite enough to wait till he or she moves. A. I’d love to B. never mind C. excuse me D. I’m a stranger 13. —I’m sorry I made a mistake! — ______ . Nobody is perfect. A. Take your time. B. It’s OK. C. It all depends. D. Take it easy. 14. —The cartoon film Zootopia is popular recently. How do you like it? — ______ . A. Take your time. B. It’s OK. C. It all depends. D. Take it easy. 15. —What a pity! You didn’t go to the beach with us. It was so much fun there!
You must go next time. — ______ . I don’t think I’ll have any fun. I can’t swim. A. Yes, please. B. No, thanks. C. You are welcome. D. No, not at all. M: So what do you think of the new shopping center? W: I went there yesterday, and it is not as good as I expected. 16. What does the woman think of the shopping center? A. It is satisfactory. B. It is expensive. C. It is old-fashioned. D. It is disappointing. M: Jane, could you tell me something about your trip to Europe? W: Sure. We spent four days in England, five days in Italy, and finally one week in France. 17. How long did Jane stay abroad in all? A. 4 days. B. 5 days. C. 9 days. D. 16 days. M: Can I stay here for just another minute? I really need to look up something on Mo Yan. W: Sorry, everyone is supposed to put books back to the shelf when the closing bell is sounded. 18. Where is the conversation most probably taking place? A. In a theatre. B. In a booking office. C. In a library. D. In a furniture store. M: I’d like to buy this tie. How much is it? W: It’s 30 dollars. M: Can you give me a discount? W: Your discount is already included, sir. Normally we charge 35 dollars. 19. How much does the tie cost the man? A. 5 dollars. B. 30 dollars. C. 35 dollars. D. 65 dollars. M: How long will we stay at the camp? W: We will stay there for one night. That means we will leave the camp on August 7th. 20. When will the speakers arrive at the camp? A. On August 5th. B. On August 6th. C. On August 7th. D. On August 8th. M: Do people prefer fast food? W: I suppose so. As modern people are living a faster-paced life, fast food has become very popular. 21. Why do people prefer fast food according to the woman? A. It is popular. B. Ii tastes good. C. It saves money. D. It saves time. M: Excuse me, where can I find the manager in this building? I need to speak to him right now. W: Sorry, I can’t help you. I’m not familiar with this building. My friend lives here. 22. What does the woman mean? A. She is a visitor. B. She just moved in here. C. She knows the manager. D. She is asking the way.
M: Ella, do you know who was promoted to our director? W: No. Let me guess. I’ll bet it is David from the GM office. M: Wrong. It’s Patrick from the Sales Department. 23. Who was promoted? A. David. B. Patrick. C. Ella. D. David and Patrick. M: I am planning a trip to Hawaii, leaving from Los Angeles. Could you help me with making my airline reservation? W: Sure. 24. Whom is the man speaking to? A. A shop assistant. B. A police officer. C. A travel agent. D. A bank clerk. Your seven-day trip includes: ●visit to the Forbidden City, the Great Wall, Tiananmen Square, the Summer Palace and some nice museums ●return flights and transport to and from the airport ●six nights in five-star hotels For further information, contact World Tours. Tel: 8623378 25.The above is ______. A. a notice B. an interview C. an application D. an advertisement 第三节 在本节中，你将读到一段对话，从方框中所给的 A、B、C、D、E 五个选 项中选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项，并将答题卡上对应选项的方框涂满、涂黑。 A. So, you must be pretty interested in photography then. B. Maybe we could go together. C. What kind of things do you do in your free time? D. What about you? E. Do you have any photos of your trip there? W: 26 M: I’m into watching films. 27 W: I like camping. Do you enjoy camping? M: Not so much. Camping for an evening is OK, but I couldn’t do it for much longer than one night. W: Have you ever been camping in Huangshan? I’m very fond of the place. M: No. 28 W: Sure. I’ve taken lots of pictures. I’ll show you next time. M: 29 W: I’d call it one of my hobbies. And I took quite a few photography classes at university. M: Have you heard about the photography exhibit at our museum this weekend? W: Yes. M: 30 W: That’s great. 第四节 在本节中，你将读到一篇短文，从短文后各题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选 项中， 选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项， 并将答题卡上对应选项的方框涂满、 涂黑。
At present, more and more people love traveling. It’s a very good 31 of getting to know new people and cultures and acquiring experiences. It helps travelers to 32 a lot. Travel can make our minds become 33 . But travel does more than all that. It can also make us more creative. In recent years, some experts have been doing research on what many people have already learned from travel experiences. They believe that spending time abroad has the 34 to affect people’s mind. For example, they found the students who lived abroad for a longer period were better at 35 problems creatively than those who did not. If you stay in the same place, you can’t experience new sights, new sounds and new cultures. All these can 36 your mind and make it more active. 37 , that doesn’t mean the more places you’ve been to, the more creative you will become. Another group of experts have been doing 38 research. They found the people who often traveled from one place to another didn’t have enough 39 to immerse（使……沉浸）themselves in a new place and a new culture. They weren’t as creative as the people who spent the time 40 getting to know a place. You have to interact （相互影响） with the place you go to and then you can benefit from it. If you go traveling, which do you prefer, staying in a place for a certain period or rushing all the way? 31. A. way B. area C. sign D. state 32. A. interact B. produce C. learn D. change 33. A. slower B. narrower C. wider D. healthier 34. A. ability B. possibility C. personality D. difficulty 35. A. solving B. causing C. controlling D. spreading 36. A. set up B. wake up C. turn up D. clean up 37. A. Instead B. Otherwise C. Moreover D. However 38. A. secret B. rapid C. common D. similar 39. A. interest B. money C. time D. quality 40. A. nearly B. probably C. hardly D. really 第二部分：阅读理解（共 22 小题；第 41~58 题每小题 2 分，第 59~62 题每小题 1 分，共 40 分） 第五节 在本节中，你将读到三则阅读材料，从题后所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项 中选出最佳答案，并将答题卡上对应选项的方框涂满、涂黑。 A These terms and conditions should be read before you sign your contract. Salary: Your starting salary is ﹩15,000. This is adjusted almost every year. Hours: The normal work hours are 8 hours a day, from Monday to Friday. You will start work on May 21,2017. On the first morning, report to your department manager John Knight. Health and safety: Please read the safety regulations attached. If you have any questions, contact the health and safety officer, whose name is at the top of the regulation sheet. If you have health problems, please inform the senior nurse, Chris Thomas. If you can not go to work because of illness, please telephone the officer.
Yearly leave: During your first year of employment you are given 20 days’ leave. This should be arranged with your department manager. Overtime（加班）:If you work more than 40 hours a week, you will be paid for extra hours. Your department manager will keep a record of the overtime you work. If you work on public holidays, you will be paid at the current rate. If you prefer, time can be taken instead of extra pay for public holidays and overtime. Uniforms: The Supplies Department provides uniforms. Inform the department of your size two days before you need them. You can also order other equipment you need for your job from the department. 41. According to the passage, the salary of the employee is ______. A. paid weekly B. adjusted monthly C. adjusted almost from year to year D. fixed for the whole contract period 42. If employees have health problems, they should ______. A. telephone the sales department B. inform the senior nurse C. report to their department manager D. contact the health and safely officer 43. The department manager is responsible for ______. A. giving a pay raise B. signing a contract C. arranging yearly leave D. helping with personal affairs 44. If employees work on public holidays, usually they will get ______. A. extra days off B. extra money C. a pay raise D. paid holidays 45. When employees need uniforms, they should inform the Supplies Department of ______. A. the size B. the color C. the style D. the quantity 46. What’s the best title of the passage? A. Employment B. A Contract C. Requirements to Be Employees D. Terms and Conditions of Employment B Today, millions of people run in the United States. Many more women now take part in the sport. Many children in public and private schools run as a part of their physical education programs. Running has gained popularity for several reasons. You can do it anywhere, anytime. You do not need other people. You do not need much equipment. However, experts say you should wear a good pair of running shoes to protect your feet. The manufacturer of running shoes has become a huge industry. People run for different reasons. Many say running makes them feel better physically. It prevents them from gaining weight. It provides needed exercise to help prevent some diseases. Many people also say running makes them feel better mentally. It makes them feel happier. Some say they forget their worries when they run.
Many people also run to help others. For example, Ed Burt of Hopedale ran in the Boston Marathon to help the American Liver Foundation. This deeply pleased his father, who was suffering from liver disease. Sports experts urge people to prepare themselves before trying to run in long races. They say special exercises and repeated runs are needed to build strength. Doctors also advise runners to make sure they are in good health before entering a running race. They say 42 kilometers is a long way to run as fast as you can, without stopping. 47. School children run ______ . A. as a sport B. as an activity C. as a part of their physical education D. as a game 48. Why is running becoming popular? A. Running is a sport easy to do. B. People can wear good shoes. C. Much equipment is needed. D. Business for sports is developing now. 49. How does running help people become better mentally? A. It prevents them from getting overweight. B. It removes worries and unhappiness. C. It protects them from illnesses. D. It can help cure mental diseases. 50. Why does Ed Burt run? A. To please his father who was sick. B. To make money for his father. C. To help the American Liver Foundation. D. To stay free of liver disease. 51. What is doctors’ advice for runners? A. To run as fast as they can. B. To take a long running race. C. To keep running without stopping. D. To make sure they are healthy enough to run. C When you open your e-mail, you may find information about how to buy medicine, cheap airline tickets, books, computer products, and so on. There may also be offers for investment deals, bank loans and special holidays. However, to many computer users, this use of spam to sell products has become a major problem as it makes computer communication more difficult. Many companies that want to send a great deal of advertising at the same time might use the services of a“spammer”. A spammer is a person or company that uses computers to send out millions of copies of the same sales information. Spammers get people’s e-mail addresses from websites, news groups and“chat rooms”where people send messages to each other. Most spam is sent by companies that are trying to get you to buy their products. Some of these are honest companies that may offer good products or services for
fair prices. These companies can offer their products for a cheaper price than you may find in a store. However, much of the spam on the Internet is sent by criminals （罪犯）who are trying to sell products that do not exist or offer services they will not provide at all. What they are only interested in is stealing your money. When you answer their spam you find you are expected to send them money and receive a gift. If you just follow what they ask you to do without any consideration, it is likely that you will be cheated and lose some money. 52. What does the word “spam” in the last sentence of the first paragraph probably refer to? A. Unwanted information. B. Serious computer viruses. C. Advertisements sent by dishonest companies. D. Companies sending out the same sales information. 53. Spammers are those people or companies that ______ . A. receive spam on their computers B. collect e-mill addresses from the Internet C. want to send a great deal of advertising D. send out too much the same sales information on the Internet 54. Some companies send spam to ______ . A. spread some viruses to your computer B. promote their products on the Internet C. get to know more people on the Internet D. make computer communication much easier 55. According to the writer, how can we deal with spam? A. Look out for any spam that reaches your computer. B. Don’t trust any information on the Internet. C. Buy the cheaper products advertised in the spam. D. Don’t buy anything advertised in the spam. 56. What is the author’s purpose of writing this passage? A. To explain what spam is. B. To find out who send out spam. C. To warn readers of possible dangers of spam. D. To show the advantages and disadvantages of spam. 第六节 在本节中， 你将读到两个分别来自阅读理解 B 篇和 C 篇中有下划线的句子， 请根据上下文将它们翻译成中文，并将答案写在答题卡上对应处。 57. Doctors also advise runners to make sure they are in good health before entering a running race. 58. If you just follow what they ask you to do without any consideration, it is likely that you will be cheated and lose some money. 第七节 在本节中，你将读到一篇短文。根据所读内容，在短文后表格中的空格处 填入一个恰当的词，并将答案写在答题卡上对应处。每空一词。 Today our knowledge of food and what it does for our bodies is far more advanced
than that of the old times. Now we know about vitamins and how each kind of vitamin helps in the growth of a particular part of our body. There are on the market all kinds of vitamins which one can take to make up for one’s lack of certain important things that are needed for good health. Of course, if we eat well and properly, the food we eat will take care of our body and so there is no need to take any kind of vitamins unless our doctor tells us that our bodies are short of something that can be supplied by them. Generally speaking, everything we eat does some good to our body, but if we eat too much of one kind of food and pay too little attention to others, we may have too much of one kind and not enough of others. Then we may be in trouble. We are often told that we must eat some meat at each meal in order to get the necessary proteins. That is only partly true, for proteins are not found only in meat. We can also get them from some vegetables. The best advice about what to eat is that we should eat all kinds of food but never too much.
第三部分 书面表达（20 分） 63.在生活中，人人都应该遵守规则。请以“Obeying Rules”为题，写一篇英语短文。 该短文须包括如下要点： （1）近两年，有几篇关于游客在动物园受到野生动物攻击的报道。 （2）从中，我们可以得到如下启示： 在动物园，游客应该遵守动物园的规则，以免遭受生命危险； 在学校，学生应该遵守学校的规章制度，使校园环境有益于自身的学习和成长； 在路上，行人应该遵守交通规则，以保护自己和他人的安全。 （3）总之，无论在哪里，我们都要遵守规章制度。遵守规章制度是每个人的职责。 写作要求： （1）词数不少于 80。 （2）鼓励紧扣主题的适当发挥。 （3）本题在答题卡上对应处作答。