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福建师范大学2023年秋季课程考试《大学英语(2)》作业考核试题

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《大学英语(2)》期末考试答题卡
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四.英译汉:30% (答题请不要超出边框)
There is no separation for you between work and home.
Even when at home, your work is the top priority.
You are totally committed and driven to work, and your happiness is found in your work.
Work always seems to take precedence over family and leisure time.
You have no social life other than work-related events.
(翻译题请在此空白处答题,不然不得分)









大学英语(2)试卷
一、阅览:20% (一切答案有必要填在答卷表格里,不然不得分)
( 1 )
Large companies need a way to reach the savings of the public at large. The same problem, on a smaller scale, faces almost every company which is trying to develop new products and create new jobs. There can be little chance of raising the sort of sums needed from friends and people we know, and while banks may agree to provide, they are generally not willing to provide money for long term projects for a long time. So companies turn to the public, inviting people to lend them money, or take a share in the business in exchange for a share in future profits. They do this by releasing stocks and shares in the business through the stock exchange. By doing so they can put into good use the savings of individuals and institutions.
When the saver needs his money back, he does not have to go to the company with whom he originally placed it. Instead, he sells his shares through a broker to some other saver who is seeking to input his money.
Many of the services needed both by industry and by each of us are provided by the government of the local authorities. Without hospital, roads, telephones, railway, this country could not run on. The government, local authorities, and nationalized industries therefore often need to borrow money to finance major spending, and they, too, come to the stock exchange.
1. According to the passage, ___________.
A. big companies also need to develop new products
B. it is cheap to get loans from the local authorities
C. the stock market is a good way to get money
D. the government sometimes gets loan from individuals
2. Almost all companies need to _______.
A. rely on their own financial resources
B. ask the bank for more loans
C. depend on the public to get more money
D. borrow much money from other companies
3. The phrase “short term loan” (Para. 1) means ________.
A. the money that will be received within a few days
B. the money that will be made within a few days
C. the money to be returned within a short time
D. the money to be saved in a few days
4. When the savers want their money back they _______.
A. sell the shares to the original company
B. sell the shares to someone who needs them
C. go to the original company and sell the shares
D. go to the bank and exchange the shares
5. We can conclude from the passage that the stock exchange _______.
A. borrows money from different organizations
B. help raise money both for the government and industry
C. raises money for individuals as well as the government
D. is run by the government or local authorities
( 2 )
The case for college has been accepted without question for more than a generation. All high school graduates ought to go, says conventional wisdom and statistical evidence, because college will help them earn more money, become “better” people, and learn to be more responsible citizens than those who don't go.
But college has never been able to work its magic for everyone. And now that close to half our high school graduates are attending, those who don't fit the pattern are becoming more numerous, and more obvious. College graduates are selling shoes and driving taxi; college students interfere with each other's experiments and write false letters of recommendation in the intense competition for admission to graduate school. Others find no stimulation in their studies, and drop out—often encouraged by college administrators.
Some observers say that the fault is with the young people themselves—they are spoiled and they are expecting too much. But that's a condemnation of the students as a whole, and doesn't explain all campus unhappiness. Others blame the state of the world, and they are partly right. We have been told that young people have to go to college because our economy can't absorb an army of untrained eighteen-year-olds. But disappointed graduates are leaning that it can no longer absorb an army of trained twenty-year-olds, either.
Some adventuresome educators and campus watchers have openly begun to suggest that college may not be the best, the proper, the only place for every young person after the completion of high school. Perhaps college doesn't make people intelligent, ambitious, happy, liberal, or quick to learn things.
6. The passage suggests that _______.
A. people used to question the value of education
B. very few high school graduates chose to go to college
C. people used to have full confidence in higher education
D. all high school graduates went to college
7. In the second paragraph, “those who don't fit the pattern” refers to _____.
A. high school graduates who are not suitable for college education
B. college graduates who are selling shoes and driving taxi
C. high school graduates who failed to be admitted to college
D. college students who aren't good for higher education
8 The drop-out rate of college students seems to go up because _____.
A. young people are disappointed with the conventional way of teaching
B. many young people are required to join the army
C. young people don't like the intense competition for admission to graduate school
D. young people have little motivation in pursuing a higher education
9. According to the passage, the problem in college education partly arises from the fact that ______.
A. high school graduates do not fit the pattern of college education
B. society can't provide enough jobs for properly trained college students
C. too many students have to earn their own living
D. college administrators encourage students to work hard
10. What can we infer from the passage?
A. Cheating in school is on the rise.
B. Some people concerned challenge the traditional view that college is the best place for high school graduates.
C. College administrators should be responsible for the increasing number of drop-out.
D. College education is not the first choice for intelligent people.
二、外交用语(此有些共有10个未完结的对话,对于每个对话中未完结的有些有4个选项,请你从A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出一个最好选项。) 20% (答案有必要填在答卷表格里,不然不得分)
1. — Are you going on holiday?
—________________________.
A. Not until next week.
B. Three weeks ago.
C. To Beijing.
D. For only a day or two.
2. — How's your mother doing?
—________________________.
A. She is very kind.
B. She is very well.
C. She is not very old.
D. She is doing shopping now.
3. — There's a big party at the students' center tonight. Are you going with us?
— _____________________________.
A. It's none of my business.
B. I'd love to,but I have to catch up with my maths assignment.
C. I've never had the chance to go there.
D. It's beyond my expectation.
4. — Excuse me,can you tell me where the nearest subway station is?
— _______________________.
A. It's too far from here.
B. Sorry,I'm a stranger here myself.
C. You can take a bus first.
D. Sorry,I can't.
5. — I wonder if you could do me a favor.
— _______________________________.
A. Sure.
B. I could.
C. Yes,I do.
D. No,not at all.
6. — How's the performance? Excellent?
— ______________________.
A. Far from. I should have stayed home sleeping.
B. It lasted until midnight.
C. My seat was far from the stage.
D. Sorry. I don't agree with you.
7. — You'd better take the umbrella with you. It looks like it's going to rain.
— ____________________________.
A. It's hard to believe.
B. You may be right. Thank you for reminding me.
C. It's quite unusual.
D. I think you are too sensitive.
8. — Mary,I heard you went skiing with your friends. What happened?
— ___________________________.
A. Well,I never learned skiing.
B. I sprained my ankle and caught a bad cold.
C. Well,it's difficult to imagine.
D. Nothing serious.
9. — You may as well take this week off if you are not feeling well.
— ___________________.
A. No problem.
B. I'll take your advice. Thank you.
C. Sorry, it's impossible.
D. It doesn't matter.
10. — Cherry,would you mind looking after my cat for a few days when I go on business?
— __________________________.
A. No,I do mind.
B. No,I don't think it a good idea.
C. Of course not!
D. I'm not used to it.
三、语法与词汇:30%(答案有必要填在答卷表格里,不然不得分)
1. This room is ________ much larger than that one.
A. no
B. not a
C. no a
D. as
2. — What was his performance like?
— Oh, it couldn't have been________.
A. much wonderful
B. more wonderful
C. less wonderful
D. the most wonderful
3. This year the farmers have produced twice ________ grain ________they did last year.
A. as less ... as
B. fewer ... than
C. as much ... as
D. as many ... as
4. Rather than ________ to see the film he would prefer ________ stay at home.
A. go ... to
B. to go ... to
C. went ... to
D. would go ... to
5. Of the two cups, he bought ________ one.
A. the smaller
B. the smallest
C. small
D. smaller
6. The International Studies University, ______ in 1951, is a military academy.
A. founded
B. has been founded
C. to have been founded
D. was founded
7. The machine is such ______ I have never seen before.
A. what
B. as
C. when
D. where
8. A student, ______ name I don't know, came to see me.
A. that
B. who
C. whose
D. whom
9. The village ______ my mother grew up in is not far from the city.
A. what
B. where
C. which
D. wherever
10. The company official ______ I thought would be fired received a raise.
A. whom
B. whoever
C. who
D. which
11. Cattle ________ to graze on the village common.
A. are allowed
B. is allowed
C. allows
D. allow
12. Mathematics as well as other subjects ________ a science.
A. was
B. is
C. are
D. belong to
13. The two elements ______ water is made are the oxygen and hydrogen.
A. that  
B. which   
C. of which   
D. with which
14. E-mail, as well as telephones, ________ an important part in daily communication.
A. is playing
B. have played
C. are playing
D. play
15. Either John or his friends ________ to blame for the bad results.
A. are
B. is
C. was
D. has been

四.英译汉:30%
There is no separation for you between work and home.
Even when at home, your work is the top priority.
You are totally committed and driven to work, and your happiness is found in your work.
Work always seems to take precedence over family and leisure time.
You have no social life other than work-related events.
(翻译答案有必要填写在第1页答卷上,不要在此处答题,不然不得分)
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