【统考试题库】2014年9月大学英语B(第4部分)完形填空(完整版)

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导读:全国统考【大学英语 B】2014 年 9 月最新历届试题库整理版:第四部分完形填空完形填空题型分析分值:完形填空,1 篇短文,5 空 10 分 目标分数:4-10 分 解题思路:短文中共包含 5 个未完成

00元】大学英语b 统考英语b 2015年9月大学英语b
00元】大学英语b 统考英语b 2015年9月大学英语b

全国统考【大学英语 B】2014 年 9 月最新历届试题库整理版:第四部分完形填空完形填空题型分析分值:完形填空,1 篇短文,5 空 10 分 目标分数:4-10 分 解题思路:短文中共包含 5 个未完成的句子,针对每个句子中空缺部分,请从 A.B.C.D.E 五个选项中选出正确选项,注意,5 个小题中的 ABCDE 选项的单词都是一样的,分别填入不同位置。

比如说一段话的结尾是句号,接着是空格,那么这个空格上要 从下面的答案中找一个以大写字母开头的单词,因为句首需要大写,再比如说 the 后面需要跟的是名词,你就从答案中找名词属 性的单词,确定一个少一个,剩余不会做的题目,可以填还没有选的选项,不要填重复的答案。

复习技巧:完形填空,1 篇短文,5 空 10 分,难度降低,5 个单词填入 5 个的空白处,等于选词填空,通过逻辑推理等方法或投机 方法也可以对上 1-2 个,此部分预计分数 4 分。

本部分不做红色标注,建议有一定基础的同学进行温习掌握,如基础较差可考前突击复习。

第四部分 完形填空(2014 年 9 月统考)简单说完形填空就是选词填空 ,给 5 个单词填写在不同的位置,这是新的考试形式,跟以往题型不同。

1 篇短文,5 小题,每题 2 分,共 10 分.Passage 1 Everyone has hobbies. A hobby can be almost anything a person likes to do in his spare time. People who take up hobbies are hobbyists. They paint pictures, sing pop songs, __21__ music instruments and collect stamps or other things. They grow flowers, __22__ fishing and hunting. They climb mountains, swim, skate and play games. People today have __23__ time than ever for hobbies. In early times, people were __24__ busy making a living to have hobbies. Nowadays machines have taken the place of many workers. More people retire at an earlier age. They have hobbies __25__ these activities offer them enjoyment, friendship, knowledge, and relaxation. 21、A because B more C play D go E too 22、A because B more C play D go E too 23、A because B more C play D go E too 24、A because B more C play D go E too 25、A because B more C play D go E too KEY:CDBEA Passage 2 One type of person that is common in many countries is the one who always tries to do as little as possible and to get as much __21__ return as he can. His opposite, the man who has enthusiasm for doing more than is strictly necessary and who is ready to accept __22__ is offered in return, is __23__ everywhere. Both these types are entirely different in their behavior. The man who avoids effort is always talking about his “__24__”; he thinks that society should grant him a pleasant, easy life. The man who is always doing more than his __25__ talks of “duties”; he feels that the individual is in debt to society. 21、A share B in 22、A share B in 23、A share B in 24、A share B in 25、A share B in KEY:BDECA C rights C rights C rights C rights C rights D what D what D what D what D what E rare E rare E rare E rare E rarePassage 3 A little boy wanted to meet God, so he started his trip with some cakes and orange juice. On his way he saw an old woman __21__ in the park. The boy sat down next to her. The old lady looked hungry, so he offered her a cake. She accepted it thankfully and smiled at him. Her smile was __22__ pretty that the boy wanted to see it again, so he gave her a bottle of orange juice. Once again she smiled at him. The boy was very happy! They sat there all afternoon eating and smiling, but they never say a word. As it grew dark, the boy got up to leave. __23__ he left, he gave her a kiss. She gave him her biggest smile ever. When the boy got home, his mother saw the look of joy on his face. She asked him, “__24__ made you so happy?”1 来源:电大天堂

【统考试题库】2014年9月大学英语B(第4部分)完形填空(完整版)

全国统考【大学英语 B】2014 年 9 月最新历届试题库整理版:第四部分完形填空He replied, “ I had lunch with God. She’s got the most beautiful smile I’ve ever seen!” The old woman also returned to her home __25__. Her son asked, “Mother, why are you so happy?” She answered, “I ate cakes in the park with God. You know, he’s much younger than I expected. 21. A. so B. What C. sitting D. happily E. Before 22. A. so B. What C. sitting D. happily E. Before 23. A. so B. What C. sitting D. happily E. Before 24. A. so B. What C. sitting D. happily E. Before 25. A. so B. What C. sitting D. happily E. Before KEY:CAEBD Passage 4 After lunch Aunt Huang came to my home. She looked worried. “My parents are coming,” she said, “and I have to go to the market. But my ___21___ is asleep. I can't leave her by herself.” I said, “Don't worry. I can look ___22___ her”. “Thank you,” she said. Then she ___23___. The baby was about ten ___24___ old. At first she was asleep. Half an hour later, she ___25___ and began to cry. “Don't cry,” I said. I talked to her. But she looked at me and cried harder and harder. I turned on the radio. She stopped crying and listened to the music. 21.A、after B、left C、woke up D、baby E、months 22.A、after B、left C、woke up D、baby E、months 23.A、after B、left C、woke up D、baby E、months 24.A、after B、left C、woke up D、baby E、months 25.A、after B、left C、woke up D、baby E、months KEY:DABEC Passage 5 The terms inflation and deflation (通货紧缩)are subject to almost innumerable interpretations (解释) . But we may define inflation as a substantial rise __21__ the general price level thought to be harmful to general welfare and deflation as a substantial fall in the general price level and also regarded __22__ harmful. Whether a particular change in the price level is to be _23__ as inflation or deflation depends upon the attitude toward it which is taken by the people generally and especially by the central bank if it is supposed to __24__ inflation and deflation. Thus a rapid and continuous rise of the general price level was thought to be a highly desirable objective in the early __25__ of the Roosevelt Administration, and indeed, a different word, reflation (通货再膨胀), was employed so that the harmful implications of inflation could be avoided. 21、A、in B、described C、as D、years E、prevent 22、A、in B、described C、as D、years E、prevent 23、A、in B、described C、as D、years E、prevent 24、A、in B、described C、as D、years E、prevent 25、A、in B、described C、as D、years E、prevent KEY:ACBED Passage 6 In the past, a city’s major shopping district was in its downtown area. People could get downtown __21__easily than they could get to other parts of the city. Before the 1960s, the best way to travel in a city was by a car, a subway, a railroad, or an elevated train. All of these ran on tracks that led downtown. As our cities grew outward, people living far from the center of town needed a place they could drive to quickly. Driving downtown was difficulty. Finding a parking space downtown was__22__impossible . People also needed a shopping place where they could park easily. To__23__the shopping needs of people living in the suburbs, groups of businesses moved farther out, too. Today, most suburbs have large shopping centers. Modern and well-planned shopping centers are built on large areas of ground. They have even more space for parking than they__24__for stores. The shopping centers have many different kinds of stores. Often, the shoppers can do2 来源:电大天堂

【统考试题库】2014年9月大学英语B(第4部分)完形填空(完整版)

全国统考【大学英语 B】2014 年 9 月最新历届试题库整理版:第四部分完形填空all their shopping in one place. The very large shopping centers have malls (购物街) which make shopping pleasant. The mall is an area between stores__25__for walking. Shoppers can stroll from store to store and enjoy beautiful fountains, statues, and plants. There are benches so that shoppers may rest. Some shopping centers have malls with roofs that protect shoppers from the weather outside. 21. A. more 22. A. more 23. A. more 24. A. more 25. A. more KEY:ACDEB B. set B. set B. set B. set B. set C. something C. something C. something C. something C. something D. meet D. meet D. meet D. meet D. meet E. do E. do E. do E. do E. doPassage 7 Eastern Europe is considered the most polluted of all the world's industrialized areas because heavy metals 21 coal mining have contaminated the area's waters. Many rivers, land, and forests are biologically 22 from pollution. Ghana's forest protection program has succeeded 23 strengthening the country's agricultural base and bringing a new source of wealth to villagers. It remains to be seen 24 these measures will have enough impact to slow the rate of removing the forests. Indonesia is facing the 25 problems of providing enough food, shelter and employment for its large population, and encouraging birth control. 21. A. dead B. from C. serious D. whether E. in 22. A. dead B. from C. serious D. whether E. in 23. A. dead B. from C. serious D. whether E. in 24. A. dead B. from C. serious D. whether E. in 25. A. dead B. from C. serious D. whether E. in KEY:BAEDC Passage 8 Fire can help people in many ways. Fire can heat water, 21 your house, give light and cook food. But fire can burn things too. Nobody knows 22 people began to use fire. One story from Australia tells about a man a very long time ago. He went up to the sun by a rope and brought fire down. Today people know how to 23 a fire with matches. Children sometimes like to play with them. But matches can be very dangerous. Fire kills people every year. So you must be careful about matches. You should also learn to 24 fires. Fires need oxygen. Without oxygen they die. There is oxygen in the air. Cover a fire with water, sand, or in an emergency, with your coat or a blanket. This keeps the air 25 a fire and kills it. Be careful with fire, and it will help you. Be careless with fire, and it might hurt you. 21.A:make B:warm C:how D:put out E:from 22.A:make B:warm C:how D:put out E:from 23.A:make B:warm C:how D:put out E:from 24.A:make B:warm C:how D:put out E:from 25.A:make B:warm C:how D:put out E:from KEY:BCADE Passage 9 For thousands of years, people thought of glass as something beautiful to look at. Only recently do they come to 21 it as something looked through. Stores 22 their goods in large glass windows. Glass bottles and jars that hold food and drink allow us 23 the contents. Glass is used to make spectacles, microscopes, telescopes, and 24 very useful and necessary objects, and glasses, are used by people who can not see perfectly or by people who want to protect their eyes 25 bright light. 21. A. think of B. to see C. display D. from E. many other 22. A. think of B. to see C. display D. from E. many other 23. A. think of B. to see C. display D. from E. many other 24. A. think of B. to see C. display D. from E. many other3 来源:电大天堂

【统考试题库】2014年9月大学英语B(第4部分)完形填空(完整版)

全国统考【大学英语 B】2014 年 9 月最新历届试题库整理版:第四部分完形填空25. A. think of KEY:ACBEDB. to seeC. displayD. fromE. many otherPassage 10 Mr. Brown is a very rich man, but he loves money more than any other thing. One day, Mr. Brown went into a hotel. He ___21___ the clerk for a cheap room ___22___ a bath. The clerk was very surprised. He said," Dear Mr. Brown, your son always lives in ___23___ room when he comes here. That room doesn't fit you. You had better choose a ___24___ one." "My son has a father with much money, but I ___25___." Answered Mr. Brown. 21、A、asked B、don't C、with D、the best E、better 22、A、asked B、don't C、with D、the best E、better 23、A、asked B、don't C、with D、the best E、better 24、A、asked B、don't C、with D、the best E、better 25、A、asked B、don't C、with D、the best E、better KEY:ACDEB Passage 11 I liked most of my teachers in college. They were, for the most part, friendly and competent, willing to help students. I liked them, but I don't remember them very well, __21__Mr. Jones, my freshman English teacher. He was an enthusiastic, sensitive man, who knew his subject and was determined that we would learn it and love it, too. Mr. Jones was a tall, slender man in his mid-forties with gray, thinning hair. Perched(架在) precariously(不稳 定地) on his nose, his glasses gave him a serious __22__. But they didn't remain there long, for he was always taking them off and polishing them and putting them in his mouth when he thought over a response __23__a student's question. When he walked into class, he was always carrying two or three books with stripes of paper sticking out of them, marking passages he planned to read. I remember, too, the cardigan sweaters-he must have had a dozen of them. On rainy days he substituted a blue raincoat__24__the sweater. But what I remember best was his smile. When he smiled, his whole face __25__; his eyes sparkled. His smile made you feel good, at ease, somehow reassured. 21、A、look B、to C、lit up D、for E、except for 22、A、look B、to C、lit up D、for E、except for 23、A、look B、to C、lit up D、for E、except for 24、A、look B、to C、lit up D、for E、except for 25、A、look B、to C、lit up D、for E、except for KEY:EABDC Passage 12 In its home country of Germany, the hot dog was called the frankfurter. It was named 21 Frankfurt, a German city. Frankfurters were first sold in the United States in the 1860s. Americans called frankfurters "dachshund sausages". A dachshund is a dog from Germany 22 a very long body and short legs. Dachshund sausages first became popular in New York, especially at baseball games. At games they were sold by men who kept them warm in hot-water tanks. As the men walked 23 the rows of people,they yelled, "Get your dachshund sausages! Get your hot dachshund sausages!" People got the sausages on buns, a special bread. One day in 1906 a newspaper cartoonist named Tad Dorgan went to a baseball game. 24 he saw the men with the dachshund sausages, he got an idea as a cartoon. The next day at the newspaper office he drew a bun with a dachshund inside --not a dachshund sausage, but a dachshund. Dorgan 25 how to spell dachshund. Under the cartoon, he wrote "Get your dachshund sausages!" The cartoon was a sensation, and so was the new name. If you go to a baseball game today, you can still see sellers walking around with hot-water tanks. As they walk up and down the rows they yell:"Get your hot dogs here! Get your hot dogs!" 21、A、up and down B、when C、didn't know D、with E、after 22、A、up and down B、when C、didn't know D、with E、after 23、A、up and down B、when C、didn't know D、with E、after 24、A、up and down B、when C、didn't know D、with E、after4 来源:电大天堂

【统考试题库】2014年9月大学英语B(第4部分)完形填空(完整版)

全国统考【大学英语 B】2014 年 9 月最新历届试题库整理版:第四部分完形填空25、A、up and down KEY:EDABCB、whenC、didn't knowD、withE、afterPassage 13 In many businesses, computers have largely 21 paperwork because they are fast, flexible , and do not make mistakes. And they are honest. Many banks advertise that their transactions are "untouched by human hands" and therefore safe from human temptation. Obviously, computers have no reason to steal money. But they also have no conscience (良心), and the growing number of computer crimes shows they can be used to steal. Computer criminals don't use guns. And even if they are caught, it is hard to punish them because there are no 22 and often no evidence. A computer cannot remember who used it; it simply does 23 it is told. The head teller at a New York City Bank used a computer to steal 24 one and a half million dollars in just four years. No one noticed this theft because he moved money from one account to another. Each time a customer questioned the balance (余额) in his account, the teller claimed a computer error, then replaced the 25 money from someone else's account. This man was caught only because he was a gambler. When the police broke up an illegal gambling operation, his name was in the records. 21、A、more than B、what C、replaced D、witnesses E、missing 22、A、more than B、what C、replaced D、witnesses E、missing 23、A、more than B、what C、replaced D、witnesses E、missing 24、A、more than B、what C、replaced D、witnesses E、missing 25、A、more than B、what C、replaced D、witnesses E、missing KEY:CDBAE Passage 14 Men usually want to have their own way. They want to think and act as they like. No one, however, can have his own way all the time. Society means a group of people with the same laws and the same 21 of life. People in society may make their own decisions, but these decisions ought not to be unjust or 22 to others. One man's decisions may so easily harm another person. For example, a motorist may be in a hurry to get to a friend's house. He 23 , driving at a full speed like a competitor in a motor race. There are other vehicles and also pedestrians on the road. Suddenly there is a crash. There are screams and confusion. One careless motorist has 24 another car. The collision has injured two of the passengers and killed the third. A great many road accidents happen 25 the thoughtlessness of selfish drivers. 21、A、way B、sets out C、harmful D、through E、run into 22、A、way B、sets out C、harmful D、through E、run into 23、A、way B、sets out C、harmful D、through E、run into 24、A、way B、sets out C、harmful D、through E、run into 25、A、way B、sets out C、harmful D、through E、run into KEY:ACBED Passage 15 Farmers, as we all know, have been having a hard time of it lately, and have turned to new ways of earning income from their land. This involves not only planting new kinds of crops, but some 21 ways of making money, the most unusual of which has got to be sheep racing. A farmer now holds sheep races on a regular basis, and during the past year over 100, 000 people have 22 to watch the race. "I was passing the farm on my way to the sea for a holiday," one punter(赛马经纪人)told me, "and I thought I'd have a look. I didn't believe it was serious , to tell you the truth." According to a regular visitor, betting on sheep is more interesting than betting on horses."At proper horse races everyone has already studied the form of the horse 23 , and there are clear favorites. But nobody has heard anything about these sheep! Most people find it difficult to tell one from another in any case." I stayed to watch the races, and I must admit that I found it quite 24 . In a usual sheep race, half a dozen sheep race down hill over a course of about half a mile. Food is waiting for them at the other end of the track just to give them some encouragement, I ought to add! The sheep run surprisingly fast, 25 they have probably not eaten for a while. Anyway, the crowd around me were obviously enjoying their day out at the races,judging by their happy faces and the sense of excitement. 21、A、in advance B、strange C、although D、turned up E、exciting 22、A、in advance B、strange C、although D、turned up E、exciting5 来源:电大天堂

【统考试题库】2014年9月大学英语B(第4部分)完形填空(完整版)

全国统考【大学英语 B】2014 年 9 月最新历届试题库整理版:第四部分完形填空23、A、in advance 24、A、in advance 25、A、in advance KEY:BDAECB、strange B、strange B、strangeC、although C、although C、althoughD、turned up D、turned up D、turned upE、exciting E、exciting E、excitingPassage 16 Mrs Green lives in the country, and she doesn't know London very well. One day, she goes to London. She can't find her way. Just then she ___21___ a man near a bus stop. "I can ask him the way,"she says to herself and asks,"Excuse me, will you please ___22___ me the way to King Street?"The man smiles with no answer. He ___23___ know English. He speaks Russian. He is a visitor. Then he ___24___ his hand into his pocket, takes out a piece of paper and lets her look at it. On the paper are these words, "Sorry, I ___25___ English." 21、A:puts B:sees C:tell D:don't speak E:doesn't 22、A:puts B:sees C:tell D:don't speak E:doesn't 23、A:puts B:sees C:tell D:don't speak E:doesn't 24、A:puts B:sees C:tell D:don't speak E:doesn't 25、A:puts B:sees C:tell D:don't speak E:doesn't KEY:BCEAD Passage 17 "Move ahead or fall behind" is the American attitude that leads to researching, experimenting and exploring. Time is a real and precious resource to them, so every minute must 21 . City people are always hurrying to get where they are going, seeking attention in a store and 22 others out of way as they try to complete their tasks. Brief conversations, little exchanges with strangers, relaxed business chats over coffee or a welcoming cup of tea don't occur because people hate "wasting" too much time. Americans assess others professionally rather than socially, so they start talking business immediately 23 they are always conscious of time. Because they work hard at saving time, they have meetings 24 communication equipment like television screens and telephones rather than personal contacts. In America, telephones save time and energy because telephone service is excellent 25 mail is less efficient. Usually, the more important a job is, the more effort will be poured into it to "get it moving". 21、A、pushing B、through C、count D、whereas E、since 22、A、pushing B、through C、count D、whereas E、since 23、A、pushing B、through C、count D、whereas E、since 24、A、pushing B、through C、count D、whereas E、since 25、A、pushing B、through C、count D、whereas E、since KEY:CAEBD 资料包括以下部分,文库很多上传不上来,大家去电大天堂下完整的吧 2014 年 9 月大学英语 B(第 1 部分)交际英语.pdf 2014 年 9 月大学英语 B(第 2 部分)阅读理解(1).pdf 2014 年 9 月大学英语 B(第 2 部分)阅读理解(2)必考一篇.pdf 2014 年 9 月大学英语 B(第 3 部分)词汇与结构.pdf 2014 年 9 月大学英语 B(第 3 部分)阅读理解(1)中文翻译.pdf 2014 年 9 月大学英语 B(第 4 部分)完形填空.pdf 2014 年 9 月大学英语 B(第 4 部分)完形填空中文翻译.pdf 2014 年 9 月大学英语 B(第 5 部分)英译汉.pdf 2014 年 9 月大学英语 B(第 6 部分)作文.pdf 再推荐两个实用网站给大家: 好文天堂:可以按二级标题搜索文献 检测天使:免费论文检测软件6 来源:电大天堂

【统考试题库】2014年9月大学英语B(第4部分)完形填空(完整版)