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2007年职称英语理工类A级考试试题
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  第1部分:词汇选项(第1~15题,每题1分,共15分)

  下面每个句子中均有1个词或短语划有底横线,请为每处划线部分确定1个意义最为接近的选项。

  1.The news will horrify everyone.

  A. attract B. terrify C. tempt D. excite

  2.The article sketched the major events of the decade.

  A. described B. offered C. outlined D. presented

  3.I won't tolerate that kind of behavior.

  A. bear B. accept C. admit D. take

  4.Their style of playing football is utterly different.

  A. barely B. scarcely C. hardly D. totally

  5.Her sister urged her to apply for the job.

  A. advised B. caused C. forced D. promised

  6.Even sensible men do absurd things.

  A. unusual B. ridiculous C. special D. typical

  7.She bumped inot her boyfriend in town this morning.

  A. walked B. came C. fled D. ran

  8.This sort of thing is bound to happen.

  A. sure B. quick C. fast D. swift

  9.At the age of 30,Hersey suddenly became a celebrity.

  A. boss B. manager C. star D. dictator

  10.He cannot discriminate between a good idea and a bad one.

  A. judge B. assess C. distinguish D. recognize

  11.They are concerned for the fate of the forest and the lndians who dwell in it.

  A. live B. sleep C. hide D. gather

  12.The index is the government's chief gauge of future economic activity.

  A. method B. measure C. way D. manner

  13.The architecture is harmonious and no building is over six-storey high.

  A. old-fashioned B. traditional C. conventional D. balanced

  14.The food is inadequate for ten people.

  A. demanded B. qualified C. insufficient D. required

  15.She persevered in her ideas despite obvious objections raised by friends.

  A. persisted B. insisted C. resisted D. suggested

  第2部分:阅读判断(第16~22题,第题1分,共7分)

  下面的短文后列出了7个句子,请根据短文的内容对每个句子做出判断:如果该句提供的是正确信息,请选择A;如果该句提供的是错误信息,请选择B;如果该句的信息文中没有提及,请选择C.

  When We Are Asleep

  Everyone dreams,but some people never recall their dreams,or do so very rarely. Other people always wake up with vivid recollections (记忆) of their dreams,though they forget them very quickly. In an average night of eight hours' sleep,an average adult will dream for around one hundred minutes,probably having three to five dreams,each lasting from ten to thirty minutes.

  Scientists can detect when someone is having a dream by using an instrument which measures the electrical waves in the brain. During dreaming, these waves move more quickly. Breathing and pulse rate also increase,and there are rapid eye movements under the lids, just as though the dreamer were really looking at moving objects. These signs of dreaming have been detected in all mammals (哺 乳动物) studied, including dogs, monkeys, cats, and elephants, and also some birds and reptiles (爬行动物). This period of sleep is called the "D" state for around 50% of their sleep;the period reduces to around 25% by the age of 10.

  Dreams take the form of stories,but they may be strange and with incidents not connected,which make little sense. Dreams are seldom without people in them and they are usually about people we know. One estimate says that two-thirds of the "cast" of our dream dramas are friends and relations. Vision seems an essential part of dreams,except for people blind from birth. Sound and touch are senses also often aroused,but smell and taste are not frequently involved. In "normal" dreams,the dreamer may be taking part,or be only an observer. But he or she cannot control what happens in the dream.

  However, the dreamer does have control over one type of dream. This type of dream is called a "lucid"(清醒的) dream. Not everyone is a lucid dreamer. Some people are occasional lucid dreamers. Others can dream lucidly more or less all the time. In a lucid dream,the dreamer knows that he is dreaming.

  16.Some people dream but cannot remember their dreams.

  A. Right  B. Wrong  C. Not mentioned

  17.In an average night,males dream longer than females.

  A. Right  B. Wrong  C. Not mentioned

  18.When we dream,there is less movement of electrical waves in our brains.

  A. Right  B. Wrong  C. Not mentioned

  19.Babies dream less than older children.

  A. Right  B. Wrong  C. Not mentioned

  20.Most dreams involve the people we played with when we were young.

  A. Right  B. Wrong  C. Not mentioned

  21.We rarely smell things in dreams.

  A. Right  B. Wrong  C. Not mentioned

  22.In a lucid dream we can use Morse code to communicate with others.

  A. Right  B. Wrong  C. Not mentioned

  第3部分:概括大意与完成句子(第23~30题,每题1分,共8分)

  下面的短文后有2项测试任务:(1)第23~26题要求从所给的6个选项中为第2~5段每段选择1个最佳标题;(2)第27~30题要求从所给的6个选项中为每个句子确定1个最佳选项。

  Memory Test

  1"I am going to give you five techniques that will enable you to remember anything you need to know at school," promised lecturer lan Robinson to a hundred schoolchildren. He slapped his hand down on the table. "When I've finished in two hours' time, your work will be far more effective and productive. Anyone not interested,leave now." The entire room sat still.

  2Robinson calls himself the Mind Magician (魔术师). He specializes in doing magic tricks that look totally impossible, and then he reveals that they involve nothing more mysterious than good old-fashioned trickery (骗术) have always been interested in tricks involving memory-being able to reel off (一口气 说出) the order of cards in a pack,that sort of thing," he explains.

  3Robinson was already lecturing to schools on his magic techniques when it struck him that students might find memory techniques even more valuable. "It wasn't difficult area to move into, as the stuff's all there in books." So he summarized everything to make a two-hour lecture about five techniques.

  4"You want to learn a list of a hundred things?A thousand?No problem," says Robinson. The scandal is that every child is not taught the techniques from the beginning of their school life. The schoolchildren who were watching him thought it was brilliant. "I wish I'd been told this earlier," commented Mark,after Robinson had shown them how to construct "mental journeys".

  5Essentially, you visualize (想象) a walk down a street, or a trip round a room, and pick the points where you will put the things you want to remember-the lamppost, the fruit bowl. Then in each location you put a visual representation of your list-phrasal verbs, historical dates, whatever-making them as strange as possible. It is that simple, and it works.

  6The reaction of schools has been uniformly enthusiastic. "The pupils benefited enormously from lan's presentation," says Dr Johnston,head of the school where Robinson was speaking. "ldeally we should run a regular class in memory techniques so pupils can pick it up gradually."

  23.Paragraph 2 ____________

  24.Paragraph 3 ____________

  25.Paragraph 4 ____________

  26.Paragraph 5 ____________

  A Good results

  B An ancient skill

  C Gaining attention

  D Memory tricks

  E A lecture on memory techniques

  F Ways to improve memory

  27.The memory techniques used are no more complex than the old.____________

  28.Robinson taught children to use" mental journeys" to improve.____________

  29.Robinson told the pupils that all the memory techniques could be found in.____________

  30.The schoolchildren got a lot from the magician's.____________

  A books

  B lecture

  C tricks

  D facts

  E memory

  F list

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