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陕西师范大学《大学英语(三)》作业

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《大学英语(三)》作业I. 交际与对话针对每个对话中未完成的部分有4个选项,请从A、B、C、D四个选项中选出正确选项。1.a. What do you think of the speech given by Professor Smith?b. . But I’m not particularly interested in the topic.A. Let me think about it. B. Not bad.C. I don’t like it.D. I don’t know.2.a. I like your new hat very much!b. .A. Really? I can give it to you as a gift.B. Actually I don’t think it fits me well.C. Yes, I know you will like it. D. Oh, thank you. Actually, I got it in a bargain.3.a. How do you like my new hairstyle, dear?b. .You’ve never been so beautiful! A. It looks terrific on you.B. How much did you spend?C. It doesn’t fit you at all. D. Do you like it yourself? 4.a. Hi, Tom, how’s everything with you?b. b._____________, and how are you?A. Don’t mention it B. Hm, not too badC. Thanks D. I don’t want to talk about it5. a. I’m sorry. I lost the key. b. ____________A. Well, it’s no big deal. B. No, it’s all right.C. You are welcome. D. You are so careless.6. a. . b. Well, if it were not for the rain, I’d enjoy it very much. A. I hope you are enjoying your stay here. B. What’s the weather like today? C. Are you feeling well now? D. Do you like Xi’an?7. a. I’m sorry that I spilt some coffee on your carpet. b. . A. You should have been more careful. B. Why did you do that? C. Oh, I don’t care. D. Oh, don’t worry about it. 8. a. Who’s speaking, please? b. . A. Who are you? B. I’m Parker. C. Don’t you know me? D. This is Parker. 9. a. Well done. Congratulations on your success. b. .A. Thank you very much B. Oh, no, noC. No, I didn’t do very well D. Sorry, I could have done better10. a. That woman alone over there — who is she? b. .A. She is a teacherB. She is Doctor SophieC. A driver, I suppose D. She’s ill11. a. Hello, is that China Bank?b. A. Yes, can I help you?B. Yes, what do you want?C. Yes, you’re right. D. Yes, right number.12. a. Sorry I have kept you waiting for so long.b. .A. I’m sadB. I don’t careC. That’s all right. There’s no hurryD. No, not at all13. a. If you need any help, please don’t hesitate to ask me. b. . A. Thank you, I will. B. Oh, I won’t do that. C. I don’t think I will need any help. D. It’s none of your business.14. a. Do you mind if I open the window? It’s too hot! b. A. Oh, not at all. Go ahead. B. Yes, I think it’s too hot too. C. Of course don’t. I feel a bit cold. D. Why not?15. a. I want to buy a present for my mother and I need your advice. b. A. No, you don’t. B. Oh, it’s not necessary. C. What can I do for you? D. Really, you need me?16. a. Do you mind if I smoke here? b. A. Well, I’d rather you didn’t.B. Yes, please do it. C. Of course, you can’t. D. No, I don’t smoke.17. a. b. Yes, can you tell me where I can find women’s shoes? A. Do you want to buy something? B. Excuse me, what are you doing? C. Are you just looking around? D. Is there anything I can do for you?18. a. I had a really good holiday at my aunt’s.b. ____________.A. Oh, that’s very nice of youB. CongratulationsC. It’s my pleasureD. Oh, I’m glad to hear that19. a. Would you like to go out with us for dinner this evening?b. .A. No, I already have plansB. Thanks a lot but I’m busy tonightC. No, I really don’t like eating outD. I’m ill, so I shouldn’t go out for dinner20. a. Mr. Baker is out now. May I take a message for him? b. A. What’s your name? B. Thank you, I’ll call him later. C. No, you can’t. D. Yes, I think you can. II.阅读理解此部分共有8篇短文,每篇短文后有5个问题。请从每个问题后的A、B、C、D四个选项中选出正确选项。Passage 1Almost every family buys as least one copy of a newspaper every day. Some people subscribe to as many as two or three different newspapers. But why do people read newspapers?Five hundred years ago, news of important happenings — battles lost and won, kings or rulers overthrown or killed — took months and even years to travel from one country to another. The news passed by word of mouth and was never accurate. Today we can read in our newspapers of important events that occur in far away countries on the same day they happen.Apart from supplying news from all over the world, newspapers give us a lot of other useful information. There are weather reports, radio, television and film guides, book reviews, stories, and of course, advertisements. The bigger ones are put in by large companies to bring attention to their products. They pay the newspapers thousands of dollars for the advertising space, but it is worth the money for news of their products to go into almost every home in the country. For those who produce newspapers, advertisements are also very important. Money earned from advertisements makes it possible for them to sell their newspapers at a low price and still make a profit.21. The phrase “subscribe to” in the first paragraph means .A. go to the newspaper stand and buyB. send their own news stories to C. agree to buy for a specific period of timeD. become faithful readers of22. The habit of reading newspapers is .A. widespread B. found among a few familiesC. not popular D. uncommon23. Before the time of the newspaper, .A. bad news traveled quickly and good news slowlyB. few people cared about events that took place in far away countriesC. kings and rulers were often overthrown or killedD. news was passed from one person to another24. The author seems to agree that money spent on advertisements is .A. wasted B. not much C. well spent D. of no use to anyone25. Which of the following statements is true?A. Five hundred years ago it took a long time for news to reach other countries.B. Newspaper advertisements turn people’s attention away from their products.C. The news that we read in newspapers is mainly about new products.D. When newspapers are sold at a low price, the newspaper producers will lose money.Passage 2When John and Victoria Falls arrived in New York City for one-year stay, they did not bring very many things with them. They had planned either to live in a furnished apartment or to buy used furniture. But they soon learned about a new system that more and more people are using. The renting of home furnishings (bed, tables, dishes, and so on) has become one of America’s fastest growing businesses.What kinds of people rent their home furnishings instead of buying them? People who are international businessmen or government officials, foreign students, airline workers, young married couples — people whose job or business may force them to move frequently from one city to another. They save a lot of trouble and the cost of moving their furniture each time. They simply rent new furniture when they reach their new homes. Young people with little money do not want to buy cheap furniture that they may soon dislike. They prefer to wait until they have enough money to buy furniture they really like. Meanwhile, they find they can rent better quality furniture than they could afford to buy.One family, who now have a large, beautiful home of their own, liked their rented furniture so much that they decided to keep renting it instead of buying new things. But usually people don’t like to tell others about it. The idea of renting home furnishings is still quite new, and they are not sure what their neighbors might think. 26. Which of the following has become one of America’s fastest growing businesses? A. Selling home furnishings. B. Renting furnished apartments. C. Selling used furniture. D. Renting home furnishings.27. Why do some people prefer to rent furniture? A. Because the furniture they get in this way is new. B. Because it saves them a lot of money. C. Because it saves them much trouble and money. D. Because they can always get better quality furniture in this way.28. What can you infer from the passage? A. The idea of renting furniture is not acceptable. B. Renting furniture is still not popular with the majority of Americans. C. Only those who don’t have enough money rent furniture. D. People usually grow to like the furniture they have rented.29. Which of the following can best serve as the title of the passage? A. Rent or Buy? B. A New Way of Getting Home Furnishings C. Furnished Apartments D. A New Idea30. Young people like renting home furniture in that_________ A. They have less money. B. They don’t want to buy old furniture. C. The new furniture is of good quality.D. They don’t have much money and don’t want to buy the cheap furniture.Passage3Millions of hamburgers are eaten by people in every corner of the world every day. Together with hot dogs and Coca-Cola, hamburgers have been the most important American contribution to international eating habits. The name “hamburger” has nothing to do with ham(火腿). It is believed that the hamburger was first brought to the United States by Germans from the city of Hamburg sometime in the 1850s.The first known reference to hamburgers was in a newspaper in Washington State in 1889. From then on the hamburger became a kind of popular American fast food. Now young people in Asia, Europe and South America have learned to eat while on the move, a hamburger in one hand and a soft drink in the other. There have been angry complains from Italy and Spain about the shortening of the usual lunch break. Instead, young people have discovered a lunch for which they don’t have to stop at all. However, there are clouds over the hamburger’s world. People who concern about health dislike the high animal fat in the hamburger. They think the time saved seems a high price to pay for poor health. The packages in which hamburgers are usually served are causing serious pollution problems in many large cities. Big hamburger companies are destroying large areas of South American rainforest to produce the cheap meat they need. So, will the hamburger celebrate its next century? 31.In which way do hamburgers change people’s eating habits? A. A.People can have their meals at any time of the day. B. B.They can be served in any restaurant. C. C.People can have them with soft drinks. D. D.Meal time can be greatly reduced. 32.The hamburger, as a kind of popular American fast food, ______________. A. A.has a history of over one hundred years B. B.was brought to Europe in the 1850C. C.is usually eaten with the hot dog D. D.is better served in Hamburg 33.Which of the following is TRUE, according to the passage? A. A.Young people in Europe don’t stop to buy hamburgers. B. B.It is suggested that hamburgers be eaten with both hands. C. C.Some people in Europe don’t like to reduce their lunch break. D. D.Young people in many countries are learning how to eat in their cars. 34.Which of the following is NOT TRUE, according to the passage? A. A.You don’t need ham to make a Hamburger.B. B.Some people think the price of a Hamburger is too high.C. C.Hamburger is believed to originate in Germany.D. D.Now, Hamburgers are considered as American food. 35.The writer doesn’t believe that ____________. A. A.packages for hamburgers are polluting many big cities B. B.Hamburgers will remain popular for the next 100 years C. C.The meat in hamburgers can cause health problems D. D.Cattle raising leads to the destroying of rainforestPassage 4Acting is such an over-crowded profession that the only advice that should be given to a young person thinking of going on the stage is “Don’t!” But it is useless to discourage someone who feels that he must act, although the chances of his becoming famous are slim. The normal way to begin is to go to a drama school. Usually only students who show promise and talent are accepted, and the course lasts two years. Then the young actor or actress takes up work with a theatrical company, usually as assistant stage manager. This means doing everything that there is to do in the theatre and occasionally acting in very small parts. It is very hard work indeed; the hours are long and the salary is tiny.Of course, some people have remarkable chances which lead to fame and success without this long and hard training. Connie Pratt, for example, was just an ordinary girl working in a bicycle factory. A film producer happened to catch sight of her one morning waiting at a bus stop, as he drove past in his car. He stopped and got out to speak to the girl. He asked if she would like to go to the film studio to do a test, and she thought he was joking. Then she got angry and said she would call the police. It took the producer twenty minutes to convince Connie that he was serious. The test was successful. And within a few weeks she was playing the leading part opposite one of the most famous actors of the day. But chances like this happen once in a blue moon!36. From the very beginning, the author puts it clearly that acting is a profession .A. sought after by too many B. too difficult for young peopleC. for slim people only D. one can go into without special training37. For someone who feels he must act, it is very likely that .A. he will become a film star at long last B. he will become a stage managerC. he will be well-paid D. he will end up without any success38. The film producer found Connie when she was .A. at work in a bicycle factory B. driving past him in her carC. going to a film studio D. waiting for a bus39. A few weeks after the test, Connie Pratt found herself .A. the most famous actress of the world B. playing the leading female role in a playC. as famous as the greatest actor of the worldD. no less famous than the leading actor of the day40. The sentence “chances like this happen once in a blue moon” means _.A. this is something which happens once in a whileB. this is a highly profitable chanceC. this is something highly possibleD. this is a very rare chancePassage 5During the meal, you’d better be careful not to leave a spoon in a soup bowl or coffee cup or any other dish. The coffee spoon ought to be on the saucer, the soup spoon ought to be on the plate under the bowl. When you are having soup, make the least noises and use the side of your spoon inside out, not the tip. And you mustn’t pick up your soup bowls so as to drink away the last drops of your soup from the bottom o
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