第二部分：外语教育的理论与实践（10分） I、单项选择题（选择正确答案） （每小题 1分，共计 5 分）
走弯路。 II、多项选择题。（凡多选、少选、不选或错选均不给分）（每小题 1分，共计 5分）
A、语言知识 B、情感态度 C、学习策略 D、文化意识
A、学习兴趣和动机 B、尊师爱友 C、自信与意志力 D、合作学习
第三部分 专业基础知识 III. 语法和词汇知识
从每题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。(共 30 小题，
每小题 0.5 分，满分 15 分)
11. Peter______ a lot of Spanish by playing with the native boys and girls.
A. picked up B. took up C. made up D. turned up
12. －Did you tell Julia about the result?
－Oh, no, I forgot. I ________ her now.
A. will be calling B. will call C. call D. am to call
13. John, look at the time. ___________ you play the piano at such a late hour?
A. Must B. Can C. May D. Need
14. —Did Jack come back early last night?
—Yes. It was not yet eight o’clock ______he arrived home.
A. before B. when C. that D. until
15. —Can the project be finished as planned?
—Sure, it ______completed in time, we’ll work two more hours a day.
A. having got B. to get C. getting D. gets
16. ______, Carolina couldn’t get the door open.
A. Try as she might B. As she might try C. She might try as D. Might as she
17. What a table! I’ve never seen such a thing before. It is ______ it is long.
A. half not as wide as B. wide not as half as
C. not half as wide as D. as wide as not half
18. —How about putting some pictures into the report?
—________A picture is worth a thousand words.
A. No way. B. Why not? C. All right? D. No matter.
19. They _______ on the program for almost one week before I joined them, and now we
_______ on it as no good results have come out so far.
A. had been working; are still working B. had worked; were still working
C. have been working; have worked D. have worked; are still working
20. The place _______ the bridge is supposed to be built should be ________the
cross-river traffic is the heaviest.
A. which; where B. at which; which C. at which; where D. which; in which
21. —Don’t you think it necessary that he _______ to Miami but to New York?
—I agree, but the problem is ________ he has refused to.
A. will not be sent; that B. not be sent; that
C. should not be sent; what D. should not send; what
22. Months ago we sailed ten thousand miles across this open sea, which _______ the
Pacific, and we met no storms.
A. was called B. is called C. had been called D. has been
23. —______ that he managed to get the information?
—Oh, a friend of his helped him.
A. Where was it B. Who was it C. How was it D. Why was it
24. There was such a long queue for coffee at the interval that we ________ gave up.
A. eventually B. unfortunately C. generously D. purposefully
25. Word comes that free souvenirs will be given to _______ comes first.
A. no matter whom B. whomever C. no matter who D. whoever
26. ____for the terrible accident, as the public thought, the mayor felt nervous and was at a
loss what to do.
A. Having blamed B. To blame C. Being to be blamedD. Being to blame
27. —How did the plan strike you?
—It _____, so we can’t think too highly of it.
A. all depends B. makes no sense C. is so practical D. is just so so
28. The new tax would force companies to _____ energy-saving measures.
A. adopt B. adjust C. adapt D. accept
29. I think ________ knowledge of the Internet is ________ must in our work today.
A. a; a B. the; an C. the; 不填 D. 不填; a
30. _______ center has been set up to give ________ on scientific farming for the nearby
A. Information; advice B. An information; advice
C. An information; advices D. Information; advices
31. —Carl, go to wash the dishes.
—Why_______? Jack is doing nothing over there.
A. me B. I C. he D. him
32. —What did Mr Black do in the middle of the night?
—Well, I’m not sure, but he was often heard ___________.
A. singing the same song B. to sing the same song
C. sing a same song D. to be playing same song
33. The computers made by our company sell best, but several years ago no one could
have imagined the role in the markets that they ________.
A. were playing B. were to play C. have played D. played
34. The novel “The Da Vinci Code” ______ a great success and was translated into 44
languages in 2004.
A. appreciated B. enjoyed C. won D. seized
35. —I haven’t seen you for ages. Haven’t you graduated from college?
—Yes. I _____ English for four years in Nanjing.
A. study B. have studied C. am studying D. studied
36. —What made him so happy?
—_____ as the model student in school.
A. He being elected B. His electing C. His being elected D. His been
37. —You don’t like this oil painting, do you?
—______. I like it better _____ I look at it.
A. Yes; the moment B. No; as C. No; when D. Yes; the more
38. Nobody but the twins ________ some interest in the project till now.
A. shows B. show C. have shown D. has shown
39. —According to the weather report, the temperature tomorrow will rise up _______22
—Oh, it’s quite hot ________ December.
A. to; for B. at; in C. /; in D. by; for
40. Mary spent the whole weekend _______ in her room, _______for the coming
A. locked…prepared B. being locked…preparing
C. locked…preparing D. locking…preparing IV. 完形填空(共 20 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 20 分)
阅读下列短文，掌握其大意，然后从每小题所给的四个选项 A、B、C、D 中，选出最
In the days of Samuel Clemens, better known as Mark Twain, life on a steamboat on
the Mississippi River was 41
. One of the most exciting 42
of that period was a race
two of the fastest river boats.
The Natchez had steamed up the river from New Orleans to St. Louis in three days,
twenty-one hours, and fifty-eight minutes. John Cannon, 44
of the Robert E. Lee felt
sure that he could 45
this time and challenged the captain of the Natchez.
his boat light, Captain Cannon 47
no passengers 48
; he did not 49
usual goods. Moreover, he had crews with supplies of coal waiting on floats along the river
so that the boat would not have to put it to shore for 50
The race began on June 30, 1870. Being lighter than the Natchez, the Lee jumped
into an early lead. For three days the race continued, 51
the boats travelling at full
steam. They were 52
each other the whole time, 53
short spaces when bends in the
river hid one or the other from view.
Then only a few hours from its goal, the Natchez 54
a rock and ran aground (搁浅) .
The Lee steamed proudly into St. Louis in exactly three days, eighteen hours, and thirty
minutes after she had left New Orleans. Bell rang, and people called 55
named after the general 56
as an army engineer had prevented the river from changing
its course and St. Louis 57
becoming an inland town.
The Lee 58
a good record---one that brought honor to all rivermen. However, the
great day of the river steamers was drawing to 59
. The 60
won the passenger and
goods business from the river boats.
There are boats on the river today. But they are not the white birds that attracted
young Samuel Clemens.
41. A. an adventure B. a story C. an experience D. a creation
42. A. incidents B. events C. accidents D. affairs
43.A. between B. among C. in D. within
44. A. shopkeeper B. postmaster C. headmaster D. captain
45. A. beat B. won C. fall D. hit
46. A. Making B. To make C. Made D. So as to make
47. A. rode B. drove C. took D. brought
48. A. on the board B. in board C. on board D. in the board
49. A. carry B. lift C. support D return
50. A. oil B. coal C. gas D. water
51. A. with B. and C. having D. for
52. A. at sight of B. in sight C. out of sight D. in sight of
53. A. besides B. beside C. but D. except for
54. A. hit B. knocked C. beat D. struck
55. A. with a joy B. with joy C. in joy D. in excitement
56. A. which B. whom C. who D. what
57. A. from B. in C. not D. to
58. A. has made B. had made C. made D. had done
59. A. a close B. stop C. a pause D. a rest
60. A. traffic B. railroads C. planes D. airlines V. 阅读理解（共 25小题，计 25 分）
1. Driver Wanted
(1)Clean driving license.
(2)Must be of smart appearance.
(3)Aged over 25.
Apply to: Capes Taxis, 17 Palace Road, Boston.
61. What prevents Jack, an experienced taxi driver, working for Capes Taxis?
A. Fond of beer and wine. B. Punished for speeding and wrong
parking. 2. Air Hostesses for International Flights Wanted
(1)Applicants must be between 20 and 33 years old.
(2)Height 1. 6m to 1. 75m.
(3)Education to GCSE standard.
(4)Two languages. Must be able to swim.
Apply to: Recruitment office, Southern Airline, Heathrow Airport West. HR37KK
3. Teacher Needed
For private language school. Teaching experience unnecessary.
Apply to: The Director of Studies, Instant Language Ltd, 279 Canal Street, Boston.
C. Unable to speak a foreign language. D. Not having college education.
62. Ben, aged 22, fond of swimming and driving, has just graduated from a college. Which
job might be given to him?
A. Driving for Capes Taxis. B. Working for Southern Airlines.
C. Teaching at Instant Language Ltd. D. None of the three.
63. What prevents Mary, aged 25, becoming an air hostess for international flights?
A. She once broke a traffic law and was fined.
B. She can’t speak Japanese very well.
C. She has never worked as an air hostess before.
D. She doesn’t feel like working long hours flying abroad.
64. Which of the following is NOT mentioned in the three advertisements?
A. Marriage. B. Male or female. C. Education. D. Working
A new period is coming. Call it what you will: the service industry, the information age,
the knowledge society. It all translates to a great change in the way we work. Already we’re
partly there, the percentage of people who earn their living by making things has fallen
sharply in the Western World. Today the majority of jobs in America, Europe and Japan
(two thirds or more are in many of these countries) are in the service industry, and the
number is on the rise. More women are in the work force than ever before. There are more
part-time jobs. More people are self-employed. But the breath of the great change can’t be
measured by numbers alone, because it also is giving rise to new way of thinking about the
nature of work itself. Long-held opinions about jobs and careers, the skills needed to
succeed, even the relation between workers and employers—all these are being doubted.
We have only to look behind us to get some sense of what may lie ahead. No one
looking ahead 20 years possibly could have seen the ways in which a single invention, the
chip(芯片), would change our world thanks to its uses in personal computers, and factory
equipment. Tomorrow’s achievements in biotechnology or even some still unimagined
technology could produce a similar wave of great changes. But one thing is certain:
information and knowledge will become even more important, and the people who own it,
whether they work in factories or services, will have the advantage and produce the wealth.
Computer knowledge will become as basic a requirement as the ability to read and write.
The ability to deal with problems by making use of information instead of performing
regular tasks will be valued above all else. If you look ahead 10 years, information service
will be leading the way. It will be the way you do your job.
65. Information age means _____________.
A. the service industry is depending more and more on women workers
B. heavy industries are rapidly increasing
C. people find it harder and harder to earn a living by working in factories
D. most of the job chances can now be found in the service industry.
66. Knowledge society brings about a great change that __________
A. the difference between the workers and employers has become smaller
B. people’s old ideas about work no longer exist
C. most people have to take part-time jobs
D. people have to change their jobs from time to time
67. The future will probably belong to those who _________.
A. own and know how to make use of information
B. can read and write well
C. devote themselves to service industries
D. look ahead instead of looking back
Among various programmes, TV talk shows have covered every inch of space on
daytime television. And anyone who watches them regularly knows that each one is
different in style(风格). But no two shows are more opposite in content, while at the same
time standing out above the rest, than the Jerry Springer and the Oprah Winfrey shows.
Jerry Springer could easily be considered the king of “rubbish talk”. The contents on his
show are as surprising as can be. For example, the show takes the ever-common talk
show titles of love, sex, cheating, and hate, to a different level. Clearly, the Jerry Springer
show is about the dark side of society, yet people are willing to eat up the troubles of other
Like Jerry Springer, Oprah Winfrey takes TV talk show to its top, but Oprah goes in the
opposite direction. The show is mainly about the improvement of society and different
quality of life. Contents are from teaching your children lessons, managing your work week,
to getting to know your neighbors.
Compared to Oprah, the Jerry Springer show looks like poisonous waste being poured
into society. Jerry ends every show with a “final word”. He makes a small speech about the
entire idea of the show. Hopefully, this is the part where most people will learn something
Clean as it is, the Oprah show is not for everyone. The show’s main viewers are
middleclass Americans. Most of these people have the time, money, and ability to deal with
life’s tougher problems. Jerry Springer, on the other hand, has more of a connection with
the young adults of society. These are 18-to-21-year-olds whose main troubles in life
include love, relationship, sex, money and drug. They are the ones who see some value
and lessons to be learned through the show’s exploitation.
68. Compared with other TV talk shows, both the Jerry Springer and the Oprah Winfrey
A. more interesting B. unusually popular C. more detailed D. more formal
69. Though the social problems Jerry Springer talks about appear unpleasant, people who
watch the shows_____.
A. remain interested in them B. are ready to face up to them
C. remain cold to them D. are willing to get away from them
70. Which of the following is likely to be a topic of the Oprah Winfrey show?
A. A new type of robot. B. Nation hatred.
C. Family income planning. D. Street accident.
71. We can learn from the passage that the two talk shows_______.
A. have become the only ones of its kind B. exploit the weaknesses in human
C. appear at different times of the day D. attract different people
Advertisers tend to think big and perhaps this is why they’re always coming in for
criticism. Their critics seem to resent them because they have a flair for self-promotion and
because they have so much money to throw around. “It’s iniquitous,” they say, “that this
entirely unproductive industry (if we can call it that) should absorb millions of pounds each
year. It only goes to show how much profit the big companies are making. Why don’t they
stop advertising and reduce the price of their goods? After all, it’s the consumer who
The poor old consumer! He’d have to pay a great deal more if advertising didn’t create
mass markets for products. It is precisely because of the heavy advertising that consumer
goods are so cheap. But we get the wrong idea if we think the only purpose of advertising
is to sell goods. Another equally important function is to inform. A great deal of the
knowledge we have about household goods derives largely from the advertisements we
read. Advertisements introduce us to new products or remind us of the existence of ones
we already know about. Supposing you wanted to buy a washing machine, it is more than
likely you would obtain details regarding performance, price, etc. , from an advertisement.
Lots of people pretend that they never read advertisements, but this claim may be
seriously doubted. It is hardly possible not to read advertisements these days. And what
fun they often are, too! Just think what a railway station or a newspaper would be like
without advertisements. Would you enjoy gazing at a blank wall or reading railway byelaws
while waiting for a train? Would you like to read only closely printed columns of news in
your daily paper? A cheerful, witty advertisement makes such a difference to a drab wall or
a newspaper full of the daily ration of calamities.
We must not forget, either, that advertising makes a positive contribution to our pockets.
Newspapers, commercial radio and television companies could not subsist without this
source of revenue. The fact that we pay so little for our daily paper, or can enjoy so many
broadcast programmes is due entirely to the money spent by advertisers. Just think what a
newspaper would cost if we had to pay its full price!
Another thing we mustn’t forget is the “small ads.” which are in virtually every
newspaper and magazine. What a tremendously useful service they perform for the
community! Just about anything can be accomplished through these columns. For instance,
you can find a job, buy or sell a house, announce a birth, marriage or death in what used to
be called the ‘hatch, match and dispatch’ column but by far the most fascinating section is
the personal or “agony” column. No other item in a newspaper provides such entertaining
reading or offers such a deep insight into human nature. It’s the best advertisement for
advertising there is!
72. What is the main idea of this passage?
B. The benefits of advertisement.
C. Advertisers perform a useful service to communities.
D. The costs of advertisement.
73. The attitude of the author toward advertisers is_______.
A. appreciative B. trustworthy C. critical D. dissatisfactory
74. Why do the critics criticize advertisers?
A. Because advertisers often brag.
B. Because critics think advertisement is a “waste of money”.
C. Because customers are encouraged to buy more than necessary.
D. Because customers pay more.
75. Which of the following is NOTtrue?
A. Advertisement makes contribution to our pockets and we may know everything.
B. We can buy what we want.
C. Good quality products don’t need to be advertised.
D. Advertisement makes our life colorful.
76. The passage is_______.
A. Narration B. Description C. Criticism D. Argumentation
Police fired tear gas and arrested more than 5,000 passively resisting protestors
Friday in an attempt to break up the largest antinuclear demonstration ever staged in the
United States. More than 135,000 demonstrators confronted police on the construction site
of a 1,000-megawatt nuclear power plant scheduled to provide power to most of southern
New Hampshire. Organizers of the huge demonstration said, the protest was continuing
despite the police actions. More demonstrators were arriving to keep up the pressure on
state authorities to cancel the project. The demonstrator had charged that the project was
unsafe in the densely populated area, would create thermal pollution in the bay, and had no
acceptable means for disposing of its radioactive wasters. The demonstrations would go
on until the jails and the courts were so overloaded that the state judicial system would
Governor Stanforth Thumper insisted that there would be no reconsideration of the
power project and no delay in its construction set for completion in three years. “This
project will begin on time and the people of this state will begin to receive its benefits on
schedule. Those who break the law in misguided attempts to sabotage the project will be
dealt with according to the law,” he said. And police called in reinforcements from all over
the state to handle the disturbances.
The protests began before dawn Friday when several thousand demonstrators broke
through police lines around the cordoned-off construction site. They carried placards that
read “No Nukes is Good Nukes,” “Sunpower, Not Nuclear Power,” and “Stop Private Profits
from Public Peril.” They defied police order to move from the area. Tear gas canisters fired
by police failed to dislodge the protestors who had come prepared with their own gas
masks or facecloths. Finally gas-masked and helmeted police charged into the crowd to
drag off the demonstrators one by one. The protestors did not resist police, but refused to
walk away under their own power. Those arrested would be charged with unlawful
assembly, trespassing, and disturbing the peace.
77. What were the demonstrators protesting about?
A. Private profits. B. Nuclear Power Station.
C. The project of nuclear power construction. D. Public peril.
78. Who had gas-masks?
A. Everybody. B. A part of the protestors. C. Policemen. D. Both B
79. Which of the following was NOT mentioned as a reason for the demonstration?
A. Public transportation. B. Public peril.
C. Pollution. D. Disposal of wastes.
80. With whom were the jails and courts overloaded?
A. With prisoners. B. With arrested demonstrators.
C. With criminals. D. With protestors.
81. What is the attitude of Governor Stanforth Thumper toward the power project and the
A. Stubborn. B. Insistent. C. Insolvable. D.
We might marvel at the progress made in every field of study, but the methods of
testing a person’s knowledge and ability remain as primitive as ever they were. It really is
extraordinary that after all these years, educationists have still failed to device anything
more efficient and reliable than examinations. For all the pious claim that examinations test
what you know, it is common knowledge that they more often do the exact opposite. They
may be a good means of testing memory, or the knack of working rapidly under extreme
pressure, but they can tell you nothing about a person’s true ability and aptitude.
As anxiety-makers, examinations are second to none. That is because so much
depends on them. They are the mark of success or failure in our society. Your whole future
may be decided in one fateful day. It doesn’t matter that you weren’t feeling very well, or
that your mother died. Little things like that don’t count: the exam goes on. No one can give
off his best when he is in mortal terror, or after a sleepless night, yet this is precisely what
the examination system expects him to do. The moment a child begins school, he enters a
world of vicious competition where success and failure are clearly defined and measured.
Can we wonder at the increasing number of ‘drop-outs’: young people who are written off
as utter failures before they have even embarked on a career? Can we be surprised at the
suicide rate among students?
A good education should, among other things, train you to think for yourself. The
examination system does anything but that. What has to be learnt is rigidly laid down by a
syllabus, so the student is encouraged to memorize. Examinations do not motivate a
student to read widely, but to restrict his reading; they do not enable him to seek more and
more knowledge, but induce cramming. They lower the standards of teaching, for they
deprive the teacher of all freedoms. Teachers themselves are often judged by examination
results and instead of teaching their subjects, they are reduced to training their students in
exam techniques which they despise. The most successful candidates are not always the
best educated; they are the best trained in the technique of working under duress.
The results on which so much depends are often nothing more than a subjective
assessment by some anonymous examiner. Examiners are only human. They get tired and
hungry; they make mistakes. Yet they have to mark stacks of hastily scrawled scripts in a
limited amount of time. They work under the same sort of pressure as the candidates. And
their word carries weight. After a judge’s decision you have the right of appeal, but not after
an examiner’s. There must surely be many simpler and more effective ways of assessing a
person’s true abilities. Is it cynical to suggest that examinations are merely a profitable
business for the institutions that run them? This is what it boils down to in the last analysis.
The best comment on the system is this illiterate message recently scrawled on a wall: ‘I
were a teenage drop-out and now I are a teenage millionaire. ’
82. The main idea of this passage is______.
A. examinations exert a pernicious influence on education
B. examinations are ineffective
C. examinations are profitable for institutions
D. examinations are a burden on students.
83. The author’s attitude toward examinations is_______.
A. detest B. approval C. critical D. indifferent
84. The fate of students is decided by_______.
A. education B. institutions C. examinations D. students
85. According to the author, the most important of a good education is_______.
A. to encourage students to read widely B. to train students to think on their own
C. to teach students how to tackle exams D. to master his fate
VI. 短文改错(共 10 小题，每小题 0. 5 分，满分 5 分)
Our lunch break from 11:50 AM to 1:40 PM. We are 86._______________
like bird that are set free from our cage. The first thing 87. _______________
we do is rush to the field to have the lunch. Students bring 88. _______________
out what they prepare in the morning for lunch, things 89. _______________
such as bread, carrots, drinks, etc. At lunch students who get 90. ______________
into three groups according to their liking, every doing their 91. ______________
own things. The first group of students like to sit in the field, 92. _____________
having lunch and talking. They eat very slow and talk about 93. _____________
the news, homework, etc. I don’t find it excited at all. 94. _______________
That is because I don’t usually eat lunch with them. 95. _____________ VII. 书面表达(5 分)
I.& II.单项与多项选择题（共 10 小题，每小题 1 分，计 10 分）
1—5 CBDAD 6.ABCD 7. ACD 8. ABD 9. ABC 10. BCD
. 语法和词汇知识 (共 30 小题，每小题 0.5 分，计 15 分)
11—15 ABABB 16—20 ACBAC 21—25 BBCAD
26—30 DCAAB 31—35 AABBD 36—40 CDDAC
IV. 完形填空 (共 20 小题；每小题 1 分，计 20 分)
41—45 ABADA 46—50 BCCAB
51—55 ADDAB 56—60 CABAB
V. 阅读理解（共 25 小题，每小题 1 分，计 25 分）
61—65 BCDAD 66—70AABAC 71—75 DCAAC
76—80 CCDAB 81—85 AACCB
VI. 短文改错（共 10 小题，计 5 分）
birds 88. 去掉 lunch 前的 theà86. from 前加 is 87. bird
eachà prepared 90. 去掉 who 91. everyà89. prepare
à92. right 93. slow excitingàslowly 94. excited
VII. （略） （计 5 分）