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考翼网在职研究生体育硕士每日一练6月11日(5)

一、英语语法单项选择题

第一部分

Directions: In this part there are ten incomplete sentences. For each sentence there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. Choose the one that best completes the sentence. Mark your answer on the ANSWER SHEET with a single line through the center. (10 points, one for each)

1.By the end of next year, they another three modern hotels there.

A.will build   B.will be building

C.will have been built   D.will have built

2.This kind of fresh fruit wonderful.

A.are tasted   B.tastes

C.taste   D.is tasting

3.Hardly had he finished his speech the audience started cheering.

A.when   B.before

C.than   D.until

4.Once environmental damage ,it may take many years for the system to recover.

A.has done   B.is to do

C.is done   D.does

5. The price, they are prepared to pay for it.

A.However   B.Whatever

C.Whichever   D.Wherever

6.Michael Jordan is, by far, and will be for a time , the best basketball player in the history of the game.

A.coming   B.to have come

C.to come   D.to be

7.How close parents are to their children a strong influence on the character of their children.   A.have   B.has

C.having   D.had

8.It is high time that the international community together to fight against the current financial crisis.

A.work   B.works

C.worked   D.working

9.Today left-handedness is generally accepted but it is still a disadvantage in a world most people are right-handed.

A.which   B.that

C.when   D.where

10.Only by understanding the Web deeply hope for people to graspits full potential.   A.can there be   B.can be there

C.be there can   D.there can be

二、英语词汇单项选择题

Directions: In this part there are ten incomplete sentences. For each sentence there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. Choose the one that best completes the sentence. Mark your answer on the ANSWER SHEET with a single line through the center. (10 points, one for each)   11.We want the government to take of what we think they should do for the homeless.   A.steps   B.measures

C.notice   D.sight

12.It is reported that computers for 5% of the country’s commercial electricity consumption.   A.accumulate   B.account

C.accord   D.accomplish

13.How did it you were so unhappy with the news ?

A.come about   B.come out

C.come to D.come around

14.The young he ir was so that he gave all his money away in a couple of years.   A.handsome   B.genuine

C.talented   D.generous

15.Don't drive so ! We’ve got plenty of time.

A.fast   B.quickly   C.rapidly   D.swiftly

16.The job is great salary , but it has its dis advantages.

A.in terms of   B.in favor of   C.in spite of   D.in place of

17.In the speech the president made his most significant call for the expansion of people’s in politics.

A.attention   B.participation

C.intervention   D.consultation

18.Once you can afford to feed, clothe and house yourself, each extra dollar less and less difference.

A.takes   B.causes

C.makes   D.results

19.It may be worthwhile at this moment to and see what results we have got after one year’s experiments.

A.look back   B.look around

C.look up   D.look forward

20.What you’re to read may challenge your assumptions about the kind of world we live in.   A.around   B.ahead

C.above   D.about

三、英语阅读理解题

Directions: In this part there are two passages. Each passage is followed by questions or unfinished statements with four choices marked A, B, C and D. Decide on the best choice and mark your answer on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center. (10 points, one for each)

Passage One

Questions 21-25arebasedon the following passage: Attention-deficit disorder (ADD) happens with about 5% of children in school. These children show signs of not paying attention or doing things without thinking first. They may not be able to follow more than one direction at a time. Their actions can be quick and they talk like they are in a hurry. Doing these things is called “being hyperactive.” Many of the children who are looked at for ADD seem hyperactive. They tend to bother other students at the wrong times. Sometimes a child with ADD is labeled as lazy, excited ,oratrouble maker. Many times the problem is not their fault and they can not control it. About half of the children with ADD usually stop their ADD behavior by the time they become an adult. Those that do not lose their ADD behavior continue to have a hard time staying on one task for very long. There are many reasons why a person may have a hard time focusing on a task for very long. A doctor will need to see or hear about how the person acts in a lot of different   places. The medical history of the person is important, too. There are tests that can be given to help in seeing if the person has ADD. Sometimes medicine can help a person with ADD. It can help the person to focus on a task longer and to cut down on responding to distractions. The medicine must be given by a doctor and the person with ADD carefully watched to see if the medicine is helping.   21.Which of the following is NOT a sign of ADD children?

A.Not focusing on what they are doing.

B.Talking like they are in a hurry.

C. Thinking twice before taking action.

D. Following one direction at a time.

22.The word “hyperactive” (Line4)most probably means “ ”.

A.talkative   B.overactive

C.sensitive   D.threatening

23.What happens to ADD children when they become adults?

A.Some may stop their ADD behavior.   B. They tend to be lazy and troublesome.   C. They have to rely on medical treatment.   D. They have a hard time in their life.   24.Tests can be given to children by a doctor .

A.to help them focus on a task longer

B.to help confirm whether they have ADD

C.to learn more about their medical history

D.to see how they act in different situations

25.What does the medicine for ADD help to do?

A.Stop making troubles.   B.Respond more to distractions.

C.Watch the children carefully.   D.Stay on a task longer.

Passage Two

Questions 26-30are based on the following passage:

The strong tie between organized sports and the competitive ethic (准则)has given greater importance to men’s sports than to women’s, since man’s role in the United States is viewed as more competitive and aggressive than woman’s. As one high school teacher stated more than two decades   ago: “Our culture does not require girls to compete against each other in physical activity to achieve the acceptable female image. Our culture does require boys to do so.” During the last fifteen years, however, this has been changing, and a stronger emphasis on equality for women has emerged in all facets (方面) of American life, including organized sports. High schools and colleges have been urged to give more emphasis to women’s sports and to spend more money on them. In fact, laws governing equality have required many schools to do so.

It is still true, however, that most Americans believe men’s organized sports are more important than women’s. In high school, and to a lesser extent in college, males earn popularity and recognition through competing in organized sports, while females often earn these same things by being cheerleaders. The cheerleader does not compete. Rather, she is part of a group of pretty girls who lead the people watching football or basketball games in cheering for the school team, which is composed of competitive young men.

The difference in roles between the males and females at major sports events reflects differences in traditional roles later in life, when men are expected to compete for economic success and women are supposed to give men emotional support as wives and homemakers.   26.What has brought greater importance to men’s sports?

A.The strong tie between sports and competition.

B. The competitive and aggressive nature of men.

C.The improper teaching of high school education.

D.The competition against others in physical activity.

27.The last fifteen years in America has seen .

A.a stronger emphasis on men’s sports

B.a signify cant increase in fund for sports

C.a social trend towards equality for women

D.the passing of laws more favorable to women

28.Which of the following is NOT true according to paragraph 3?

A.Men’s sports are considered more import an than women’s.

B.Males and females earn popularity through different ways.

C.Males earn less recognition in college than in high school.

D.Females often lead people cheering for the school team.

29.Men and women have different traditional roles in life because .

A.they play different roles at major sports events

B.men are stronger in competing for economic success

C.women can give men more emotional support as wives

D.society has different expectations of men and women

30.This passage is mainly concerned with _.

A.the competition between men and women

B.the inequality between men and women

C.the difference in expectations of men and women

D.the relation between sports and competition

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