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山东省2006年7月高等教育自学考试 英语(二)试题(阅读理解)

1、

 

1.The best title for this passage is________.

  • A. Deadlines
  • B. Time
  • C. Punctuality
  • D. Custom

2、In the United States the child who must go to bed early, be punctual at school, or bring a tardy slip if he is late_____.

  • A. is learning to disobey his parents and teachers
  • B. is learning the importance of time and punctuality in his culture
  • C. is being punished for disobeying his mother and school officials
  • D. is being punished for playing too much

3、According to the passage, if a person is late for a business meeting, he may be _____.

  • A. made to pay
  • B. given a pay rise
  • C. criticized
  • D. fired

4、Social custom in the United States allows people______.

  • A. to come early to parties
  • B. to be a few minutes late for interviews and business meetings without a call
  • C. to call a date when he is thirty minutes late
  • D. to be up to a half-hour late for some parties

5、The last sentence means ______.

  • A. people everywhere regulate time ini the same way
  • B. different cultures have different customs concerning time
  • C. conditions decide how people spend time
  • D. regular timetable is importantiin every culture

6、

 

6.According to the passage, a child_____.

 

  • A. born with low intelligence will become a genius through special education
  • B. born with low intelligence will never become a genius
  • C. living in rich and varied surroundings will develop his intelligence beyond the limits fixed at birth
  • D. living in a boring situation will not develop his intelligence at all

7、As far as intelligence is concerned, most experts now believe that_____.

  • A. neither birth nor enviroment really matters
  • B. birth is more important than environment
  • C. environment plays a more important role than birth
  • D. birth and envrionment are both important

8、To show that intelligence is related to blood relationship, we may_____.

  • A. respectively examine the intelligence of two identical twins as well as that of two unrelated people taken at random, and then compare the results
  • B. have two identical twins’ blood tested, and then compare the results
  • C. have two unrelated people’s blood tested, and then compare the results
  • D. respectively examine the blood of brothers and sisters as well as that of parents and children, and then compare the results

9、Which of the following groups of people are likely to have similar degrees of intelligence?

  • A. People who are raised and educated in different environments
  • B. People who live in close contact
  • C. People who are closely related
  • D. Both B and C

10、The author’s purpose of writing this passage is_____.

  • A. to emphasize the importance of envrionment in intelligence development
  • B. to support the view that both birth and environment influence intelligence
  • C. to argue that factories should beautify the dull setting
  • D. to explain how birth and envrionment influence intelligence

11、

 

11.It is stated in the passage that science has contributed to_____.

 

  • A. peace
  • B. health
  • C. a better life
  • D. a better envrionment

12、This passage mainly concerns_____.

  • A. civilization
  • B. wealth
  • C. universities
  • D. discovery

13、According to the passage, which of the following CANNOT be regarded as an opposition to the establishment of universities?

  • A. They have a specified nature
  • B.They are outdated
  • C. They are not useful any more
  • D. They cannot solve immediate problems

14、The author thinks that the West enjoys prosperity because_____.

  • A. scientific discovery has been encouraged
  • B. ignorance has not been widespread
  • C. wealth has been accumulated
  • D. there have been stout-headed people

15、The purpose of the passage is to_____.

  • A. support the view that universities should be abolished
  • B. discuss the view that universities should be abolished
  • C. oppose the view that universities should be abolished
  • D. explain the view that universities should be abolished