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华东交通大学 2013—2014 学年第一学期考试卷
试卷编号: ( B )级

研究生英语(上) 课程 课程类别:必 闭卷 考试日期:2014-1-13 适用

班级:2013 级研究生(B) Part Part IV Part V 题号 I,II ,III 50 30 20 题分 得分
考生注意事项:1、本试卷共 10 页,总分 100 分,考试时间 120 分钟。 2、考试结束后,考生不得将试卷、答题纸和草稿纸带出考场。

总分 100

累分人 核分人 签名 签名

学生签名: 专业 班级 学号

Part I Listening Comprehension(20%)
Section A Listening to short conversations In this section you will hear five short conversations. At the end of each conversation, a question will be asked about what was said. Both the conversation and the question will be read only once. After each question there will be a pause. During the pause, you must read the four choices marked A), B), C) and D), and decide which is the best answer. 1. A) He has only one hobby and no bad hobbies. B) He thinks he can learn skills from good hobbies. C) He has both bad hobbies and good ones. D) He thinks one can turn bad hobbies into good ones. 2. A) Stephen is good at taking account of everything. B) Stephen's babies are interested in collecting coins. C) Stephen learns to be systematic from his hobby. D) Stephen collects coins because they are valuable. 3. A) Roy often empties his bag when he returns home. B) Roy is trying to persuade Carol to go fishing with him. C) Roy is only interested in catching fish. D) Roy's real interest in fishing is sitting alone and doing nothing. 4. A) The farmer makes robots without much knowledge about high-tech. B) The farmer has held on to his hobby even though he met with great difficulties. C) The farmer's hobby has brought great changes to his village. D) The farmer started his hobby at the age of 44.
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5. A) She thinks drug addiction is the most dangerous. B) She thinks Internet addiction is the most harmful. C) She thinks addictions that make you trash are the worst. D) She thinks every addiction is as bad as the other. Section B Listening to a longer conversation In this section you will hear a longer conversation. At the end of the conversation, some questions will be asked about what was said. After each question there will be a pause. During the pause, you must read the four choices marked A), B), C) and D), and decide which is the best answer. 6. A) Hearing. B) Smelling. C) Touching. D) Reading. 7. A) It means getting absorbed in books. B) It means observing to get new information. C) It means practicing to learn knowledge. D) It means acquiring knowledge in one's favorite way. 8. A) Ted enjoys discussion with others. B) Ted prefers reading to listening. C) Ted likes to feel and experience. D) Ted prefers taking notes. 9. A) Because Mike often listens to the radio. B) Because Mike can't concentrate on his studies. C) Because Mike once took a computer apart to make observations. D) Because Mike can remember what others say. 10. A) Mike's learning style is to use his sense of touch to learn. B) Lily herself is good at learning from books. C) Different people should develop their own suitable learning styles. D) Learning by discussion is more effective. Section C Listen to the conversation again and choose the best answer from the four choices given to each question you hear. 11. A) She thinks Internet addiction is as serious as drug and smoking addiction. B) She thinks Internet addiction is much severer than alcohol addiction. C) She thinks Internet addiction is less serious than drug and alcohol addiction. D) She thinks Internet addiction is the product of other addictions. 12. A) Only young people can be addicted to the Internet. B) Internet addicts include both children and adults.
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C) There are more adult addicts than teenage addicts. D) Young addicts account for a larger part of Nicholson's patients. 13. A) Some learn how to deal with their relationships with others. B) Some may get into trouble over money issues. C) Most of them commit suicide in the end. D) Most of them care more about their possessions. 14. A) People think experts overestimate the harmfulness of Internet addiction. B) Internet addiction can be overcome by the addicts themselves. C) Professor Nicholson thinks that Internet usage should be restricted or prohibited. D) Internet addiction needs to be taken seriously and treated properly. Section D Listen to the conversation again and choose the best answer from the four choices given to each question you hear. 15. A) He hoped he could write as well as his father. B) He wanted to teach his son to imitate his father's handwriting. C) He tried to keep in mind what his father wrote on the postcard. D) He feared his handwriting would not impress his son. 16. A) Teachers don't pay much attention. B) Calligraphy is too hard for children. C) Children spend a lot of time on the computer. D) Calligraphy is proving to be insignificant. 17. A) To call on more people to focus on handwriting. B) To encourage people to communicate with friends. C) To teach people how to compliment their colleagues. D) To divert people's attention from their obsession with computers. Section E Listening to a passage Mike Teeley is telling us about his interview with a senior manager of a major insurance company, in which he experienced an act of kindness. Listen carefully and choose the best answer from the four choices given to each question you hear. 18. A) He was well mannered when talking with the speaker. B) He was able to share the speaker's feelings. C) He was not good at asking probing questions. D) He was respectful of the speaker's opinions. 19. A) To tell the speaker where he worked. B) To tell the speaker where he lived. C) To tell the speaker that he could call him free of charge. D) To tell the speaker that he was always ready to offer help. 20. A) One act of kindness can make people want to meet again.
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B) One act of kindness can help a family handle some losses. C) One act of kindness can bring warmth to those in need. D) One act of kindness can turn a cold business interview into a success.

Part II Reading Comprehension (20%)
There are 2 passages in this section. Each passage is followed by some questions. For each of them there are four choices marked A), B), C) and D). You should decide on the best choice and mark the corresponding letter on Answer Sheet with a single line through the centre. Passage One UFOs What are UFOs? At around the middle of the 20th century, the U.S. Air Force coined the phrase "UFO" as a catch-all term for any "unidentified flying object" — unknown lights and discs spotted in the sky. But among urologists (UFO enthusiasts and researchers), the term has become synonymous (同义的) with alien spacecraft. The late astronomer J. Allen Hynek defined a UFO as: the reported perception of an object or light seen in the sky or upon the land, the appearance, track, and general dynamic and luminous behavior of which do not suggest a logical, conventional explanation and which is not only mystifying to the original percipients (洞察者) but remains unidentified after close research of all available evidence by persons who are technically capable of making a common sense identification, if one is possible. UFOs are more often than not revealed to be something very well known — a weather balloon or airplane lights, for example. But in anywhere from 5 to 10 percent of UFO cases, the object remains a mystery. UFO Sightings UFO sightings have been associated with so-called alien abductions (诱拐), in which people say that they have been transported to an alien spacecraft and subjected to variety of physical examinations. UFOs have also been linked to crop circles, strange and sometimes unexplained patterns that form overnight in fields. UFOs have been blamed for animal mutilations — horses, goats, cows, deer and other creatures found drained of blood and with their organs removed. The alien theory arises because typically no tracks are found around the animal to indicate that a human was responsible. During a UFO sighting, strange phenomena are often reported, such as radio and TV interference or car ignition failure. Many UFOs leave strange calling cards, such as
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indentations in the ground; burned or flattened vegetation; and chunks of unidentifiable debris. Are UFOs Real or Science Fiction? Are UFOs alien spacecraft piloted by extraterrestrial (地球以外的) beings, or are they terrestrial objects that just haven't been properly identified? The question has raised a good bit of controversy, pitting those who believe in UFOs against those who say" they need to see more scientific evidence. " Surveys show that the overwhelming majority of Americans believe that intelligent life exists elsewhere in the universe. More than 60 percent of respondents to a 1997 CNN poll said they believe aliens have contacted humans; approximately 50 percent said they think aliens have abducted humans; and 80 percent believe the government is hiding something about alien contact. People who claim to have seen UFOs are confident that what they've seen is real. They say these alien beings have come to Earth to study the human race or simply to communicate with humans. But skeptics say there is a startling lack of real scientific evidence to prove or disprove the UFO phenomenon. They argue that the majority of UFOs turn out to be identifiable phenomena — everything from weather balloons to meteor showers to hoaxes. The Drake Equation Does intelligent life exist on other planets? In 1961, Dr. Frank Drake, president of the SETI (Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence) Institute, developed a mathematical equation to determine the probability. His equation is based on seven variables, including the number of stars in our galaxy and the percentage of stars that have planetary systems. When all seven variables are multiplied, the answer is the potential number of civilizations out there that might be able to communicate with us. Alien Encounters Have aliens really taken people into their spacecraft and experimented on them? Many say they have. Probably the first account of an alien abduction came from a New Hampshire couple named Barney and Betty Hill. On September 19, 1961, the couple was driving through a rural area in central New Hampshire when they noticed a moving light in the sky. As the object came closer, they saw that it was large and flat with multicolored lights and many rows of windows. When Barney looked at the craft through his binoculars (双筒望远镜), he reportedly saw creatures inside it, one of which appeared to be the leader. Frightened, the couple drove home. Several days after their sighting, Betty began to have nightmares about being inside the craft. Later, under hypnosis ( 催眼状态 ), the couple recalled having been taken into the UFO and experimented upon. Were the Hills, and the thousands of other people who say they have been abducted since then, telling the truth? Skeptics claim the aliens with wraparound eyes that Barney described aired on an episode of "Outer Limits" just 12 days before the hypnosis session in which he described them. But the stories of abductees are remarkably similar. Many people describe an
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examination room in which their bodies are poked, prodded and studied in various ways. These memories may sound like the stuff of imagination, but some researchers say alien abductees share many of the same stress disorder symptoms as war veterans. When they listen to audio tapes of sounds that mirror their experiences, they exhibit physical symptoms — their palms sweat, their muscles contract and their heart rate increases, Harvard University researcher Richard McNally reported in the July 2004 issue of the journal Psychological Science. Also, the timing of the abduction stories appears to coincide with the sighting of UFOs nearby. Many of the abductees are reported as missing when they claim to have been abducted, and when they return, they have strange cuts and bruises on their bodies. mmClose Encounters throughout History Although UFO sightings have become more common in the last half-century, there have been sightings of strange flying objects recorded throughout the ages. Author Erich Von Diken has written more than two dozen books, including Chariots of the Gods? — Unsolved Mysteries of the Past, claiming that aliens have been visiting Earth for tens of thousands of years. The Bible, he says, is filled with references to alien visitors. He contends that they helped build the pyramids, introduced art and social order to ancient humans and even interbred with our ancestors to create our modern species. Ancient Indian texts reportedly describe flying machines, called vimanas, used by the gods to fight battles in the sky. In one text, vimana construction is described: ...like a great flying bird of light material. Inside one must put the mercury engine with its iron heating apparatus underneath. By means of the power latent in the mercury which sets the driving whirlwind in motion, a man sitting inside may travel a great distance in the sky...move forwards and backwards. Probably the first modern close encounter with alien spacecraft occurred on June 24, 1947. A private pilot named Kenneth Arnold was flying near Mr. Rainier in Washington state when he spotted nine, crescent-shaped flying objects. He observed the objects to be moving at well over 1,000 miles per hour, far faster than any man-made aircraft could fly at the time. One reporter writing up the event referred to the objects as "flying saucers(飞碟 )", and the description stuck. 21. What is said about UFOs in the first paragraph? A) "UFO" is a comprehensive term for any "unidentified flying object". B) No tracks of UFOs were found in the twentieth century. C) UFOs are mainly referred to spacecrafts from the outer space. D) The phrase "UFO" was created by amateur scientists not long ago. 22. Sighted UFOs are usually revealed to be______. A) some mysterious objects B) something like spacecrafts C) alien spacecrafts D) something people can identify
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23. What do the vast majority of Americans believe towards aliens? A) There exists no intelligent life at all. B) They do exist on other planets in the universe. C) Aliens are startling. D) Aliens come to Earth to study human being. 24. There are quite a lot of reports on ______ , such as the incident in New Hampshire. A) the Drake Equation B) the alien abduction C) science fiction D) people's hypnosis 25. Which of the following is true on the topic of abduction stories? A) All the abduction stories are unreal. B) All the abduction stories are totally different. C) Their timing coincides with the sighting of UFOs nearby. D) People died after being abducted.

Passage Two The "biosphere" is the name biologists give to the sort of "skin" on the surface of this planet that is inhabitable by living organisms. Most land creatures occupy only the interface between the atmosphere and the land; birds extend their range for a few hundred feet into the atmosphere; the burrowing invertebrate (无脊椎动物) such as earthworms and nematodes (线虫类) may reach a few yards into the soil but rarely penetrate farther unless it has been recently disturbed by men. Fish cover a wider range, from just beneath the surface of the sea to those depths of greater than a mile inhabited by specialized, often luminous, creatures. Spores (孢子) of fungi and bacteria are plentiful in the atmosphere to a height of about half a mile, blown there by winds from the lower air. Balloon exploration of the stratosphere as long ago as 1936 indicated that moulds and bacteria could be found at heights of several miles; recently the USA's NASA has detected them, in decreasing numbers, at heights up to 18 miles. They are pretty sparse at such levels, about one for every 2,000 cubic feet, compared with 50 to 100 per cubic foot at two to six miles (the usual altitude of jet aircraft) and they are almost certainly in a dormant (睡眠状态的) state. Marine microbes have been detected at the bottom of the deep Pacific trench, sometimes as deep as seven miles; they are certainly not dormant. Living microbes have also been obtained on land from cores of rock drilled (while prospecting for oil) at depths of as much as 1,200 feet. Thus we can say, disregarding the exploits of astronauts, that the biosphere has a maximum thickness of about 25 miles. Active living processes occur only within a compass of about seven miles, in the sea, on land and in the lower atmosphere, but the majority of living creatures live within a zone of 100 feet or so. In this tiny zone of our planet takes place the multitude of chemical and biological activities that we call life. The way in which living creatures interact with each other,
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depend on each other or compete with each other, has fascinated thinkers since the beginning of recorded history. Living things exist in a fine balance which is often taken for granted — for, from a practical point of view, things could not be otherwise. Yet it is a source of continual amazement to scientists because of its intricacy and delicacy. The balance of nature is obviously often disturbed, yet it can seem remarkable how quickly it readjusts itself to a new balance after a disturbance. The science of ecology — the study of the interaction of organisms with their environment has grown up to deal with the minutia of the balance of nature. 26. According to the passage, "biosphere" is the layer on the earth's surface where ______. A) the atmosphere meets the land B) various living things normally live C) plant and animal life can exist D) earthworms and other invertebrates live 27. The writer states that fungi and bacteria ______. A) are only found below the normal altitude of jet planes B) have been found well above the normal altitude of jet planes C) are not found below the surface of the earth D) are mainly found below the surface of the earth 28. The passage says that the biosphere ______. A) extends only 1,200 feet below the earth's surface B) is about seven miles in width C) is as much as 25 miles in width D) is a zone only about 100 feet wide 29. According to the passage, the balance of nature is ______. A) in constant disturbance and readjustment B) most frequently apparent when it is upset C) only now becoming of interest to scientists D) very difficult to preserve 30. The writer says that ecology is primarily concerned with ______. A) the fine details of the balance of nature B) the role of smaller organisms in the environment C) the way living creatures compete with each other D) the way nature readjusts to a new balance

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Part III Fill in the blanks with the proper words. (10%)
31. Adults seldom _______ events much earlier than the year or so before entering school, even if children younger than three or four hardly retain any specific, personal experiences. A) figure B) interpret C) recall D) affirm 32. He is now a _______ storyteller and children's book author. A) tremendous B) prominent C) intensive D) overwhelming 33. He _______ a poem at the evening party. A) deteriorated B) degenerated C) suppressed D) improvised 34. His actions since that morning have been ________ and unpredictable. A) renowned B) harmonious C) eccentric D) lingering 35. Such _______ behavior is one of the noblest attributes of our species. A) altruistic B) elusive C) frenzied D) myriad 36. We were _______ by the arrival of a visitor just as we were leaving home. A) retarded B) culminated C) filtered D) cuddled 37. He is ______ at getting himself out of difficult situations. A) strenuous B) prestigious C) disciplined D) adept 38. He was a man of stupendous ______ and energy. A) adherent B) stamina C) prop D) artifact 39. Living in a high building tends to _______ us from the real life of the city. A) inflict B) forsake C) insulate D) impart 40. Those figures alone are a ________ basis for such a conclusion. A) dubious B) compact C) exotic D) splashy

Part IV Translation (30%)
1. Translate the following sentences into Chinese (15%): 1) Every company has a handful staff in a given area of expertise that you can count on to get the job done. 2) Often the young and the old still sit in order of seniority, and the elders select food for the young while the young make toast to the elders. 3) Although romance may cross cultural or ethnic borders, criticism and approval teach us what is acceptable romantic behavior and with who. 4) Yoga stretches are used by physical therapists and professional sports teams, and the benefits of yoga are being touted by movie stars and the Fortune 500 executives. 5) I mention these events merely to show that New York is peculiarly constructed to
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absorb almost anything that comes along without inflicting the event on its inhabitants.

2. Translate the following paragraph into Chinese (15%): Food Storage Food quickly spoils and decomposes if it is not stored correctly. Heat and moisture encourage the multiplication(繁殖) of microorganisms, and sunlight can destroy the vitamins in such foods as milk. Therefore, most foods should be stored in a cool, dark, dry place which is also clean and well ventilated. Foods that decompose quickly, such as meat, eggs, and milk should be stored in a temperature of 5℃ - 10℃. In this temperature range, the activity of microorganisms is considerably reduced. In warm climates, this temperature can be maintained only in a refrigerator or in the underground basement of a house.

Part V Writing (20%)
For this part, you are allowed thirty minutes to write a composition on the topic Which is the better way to success, cooperation or competition. You should write at least 180 words, and base your composition on the outline given in Chinese below: 1) 有人赞同合作,理由是… 2) 有人赞同竞争,理由是… 3) 我的看法。

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承诺:我将严格遵守考场纪律,知道考试违纪、作弊的严重性,还知道请他人代考或代他人考者将被开除学籍和因作弊受 到记过及以上处分将不授予学士学位,愿承担由此引起的一切后果。

华东交通大学 2013—2014 学年第一学期答题纸
试卷编号: ( )B 级

任课教师: ___________

研究生英语(上) 课程 课程类别: 必 闭卷 考试日期:2014-1-13 题号 Part I, II Part IV Part V 总分 累分人 核分人 III 签名 签名 50 30 20 100 题分 学生签名: 得分
考生注意事项:1、本试卷共 10 页,总分 100 分,考试时间 120 分钟。 得分 评阅人

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主观题部分 Part IV Translation(共 30 分)
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Part V Writing(20 分)

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