专升本《英语》每日一练
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    18 题

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    100 分

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    150分钟

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  • 1(6.00 分)We don’t know what the surface of Venus might().
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  • 2(6.00 分)It was recommended that they()for the doctor.
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  • 3(6.00 分)It is those people who()most angry at what is going on at university campuses.
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  • 4(6.00 分)It is difficult to distinguish one twin()the other.
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  • 5(6.00 分)Hangzhou,()we spent last spring, is one of the most beautiful cities in China.
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  • 6(6.00 分)It is a question()the book will be published this month or next month.
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  • 7(6.00 分)Forty percent()stopped smoking in that company.
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  • 8(6.00 分)请选出读音不同的选项()。
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  • 9(6.00 分)The population of the world has grown very fast()four hundred years.
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  • 10(6.00 分)We are happy()we are not very rich.
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  • Can animals be made to work for us? Some scientists think that one day animals may be trained to do a number of simple jobs that are now done by human beings.
    They point out that at a circus, for example, we may see elephants, monkeys, dogs and other animals doing quite skillful things.Perhaps you have seen them on the television or in a film.If you watch closely, you may notice that the trainer always gives the animal a piece of candy or a piece of fruit as a reward.The scientists say that many different animals may be trained to do a number of simple jobs if they know they will get a reward for doing them.
    Of course, as we know, dogs can be used to guard a house, and soldiers in both old and modem times have used geese to give warning by making a lot of noise when a stranger or an enemy comes near.But it may be possible to train animals to work in factories.In Russia, for example, pigeons which are birds with good eyesight, are being used to watch out for faults in small steel balls that are being made in one factory.When the pigeon sees a ball which looks different from others, it touches a steel plate with its beak.This turns on a light to warn people in the factory.At the same time a few seeds are given as a reward.It takes three to five weeks to train a pigeon to do this and one pigeon can inspect 3 000 to 4 000 balls an hour.
    Apes have been used in America in helping to make cars, and scientists believe that these large monkeys may be one day gather crops and even drive trains.

    • 11(5.00 分) What made scientists think animal can be made to work for us one day?
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    • 12(5.00 分) The trainer usually gives the animal a piece of candy or fruit ______.
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    • 13(5.00 分) Many animals may be trained to do simple jobs if they know _____.
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    • 14(5.00 分) Which of the following is not true?
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  • If you want to stay young, sit down and have a good think.This is the research result of professor Faulkner, who says that most of our brains are not getting enough exercise and as a result, we are ageing unnecessarily soon.
    Professor Faulkner wanted to find out why healthy farmers in northern Japan appeared to be losing their ability to think and to reason at a relatively early age, and how the process of ageing could be slowed down.
    He set about measuring brain volumes of a thousand people of different ages and occupations.
    Computer technology enabled him to obtain precise measurements of the volume of the front and side sections of the brain, which relate to intelligence and emotion, and determine the human character.
    Contraction of front and side parts--as cells die off--was observed in some subjects in their thirties, but it was still not evident in some sixty- and seventy-year-olds.
    Faulkner concluded from his tests that there is a simple way to slow the contraction—using the head.
    The findings show that contraction of the brain begins sooner in people in the country than in the towns.Those least at risk, says Faulkner, are lawyers, followed by university professors and doctors.White--collar workers doing routine work are, however, as likely to have shrinking brains as the farm worker, bus driver and shop assistant.
    Faulkner's findings show that thinking can prevent the brain from shrinking.Blood must circulate properly in the head to supply the fresh oxygen the brain cells need."The best way to maintain good blood circulation is through using the brain," he says."Think hard and engage in conversation.Don't rely on pocket calculators."

    • 15(5.00 分) Professor Faulkner wanted to find out__.
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    • 16(5.00 分) The professor's tests show that __.
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    • 17(5.00 分) According to the passage, which group of people seem to age slower than the others?
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    • 18(5.00 分) Faulkner's research findings are based on __.
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