江苏开放大学大学英语(A)(专)第二次作业_504

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  1. Choose the choice that best fits into the blank.每小题 2 分,共 20 分)
  2. There ______ only a few eggs and there ______ not much milk left in the refrigerator.
  3. is, are B. is, is                      C. are, are                    D. are, is
  4. Xiao Li ______ in this school since 2008.
  5. has been teaching B. has taught              C. taught                     D. teaches
  6. The road is so slippery. It ______ .
  7. might snow soon B. must snow soon
  8. must have snowed D. may be snowing now
  9. Li Ping got a new job and she ______.
  10. doesn’t work here no longer B. doesn’t work here any longer
  11. works here no longer D. works here any longer
  12. – Do you know who he is?

–He ______ familiar, but I’m not sure who he is.

  1. tastes B. feels                      C. smells                     D. looks
  2. You look so tired. You ______ all night.
  3. must have been working B. might be working
  4. must work D. should have worked
  5. Can we finish the project with ______ money and ______ people?
  6. lesser; few B. less; fewer             C. little; less                 D. few; less
  7. Everyone wants to win the lottery, ______?
  8. does he B. doesn’t everyone C. doesn’t it                 D. don’t they
  9. I showed my husband the new dress but I ______ tell him how much it cost.
  10. does not dare to B. dared not C. dared not to             D. dares not
  11. He had no sooner returned to Britain ______ he bought a house and lived there.
  12. than B. when C. before                     D. as
  13. Complete the dialogue with the expressions given in the box.每小题2分,共10分)

Hans:      What are you 1 do after class?
Mark:      I’m going to play basketball. 2 you?
Hans:   Well, 3 stay in the classroom and do the homework.
Mark: 4 take a break first?
Hans:      Maybe 5 , you know, go out for a walk.
Mark:      That’s better
  III. Reading Comprehension.(每小题 2 分,共 40 分) Passage 1 The school year has begun and it’s easy to be frightened by so much schoolwork. Although it may seem painful to sit down and make a study plan, it really can take away a lot of stress. Here are some tips on making a plan that you can follow:
A timetable will help you see how you spend your time every day. For a one- week period, take notes of your daily activities. Record things like when you are at work, school, or home with family. This way you can find days and times that can be devoted to studying.
Set priorities. First find out areas in which you’re strong and others in which you need more efforts. Then arrange your time accordingly.
Find your goals for each learning period, and develop a plan that can help you achieve those goals. Take into consideration tests, papers, and projects that will take more time than others.
Be flexible. When exams are close, cut time on parties, cinemas, etc., so that you can pay more attention to study.
If you can, find time for study by yourself and time for study with friends. Try to choose those who can spend time together with you and those who can help you with your weak subjects.
One way to make you follow your plan is to find time for extracurricular activities, such as exercises, hobbies, and joining school clubs. When you are studying, remember to take breaks so that you won’t get bored. After some rest, you will get your mind more active for study.
A good study plan can help you get a great start on the way to success. It can make you work better, and improve both your outlook and outcome at school.

  1. It is useful to make a study plan because ____________.
  2. it is not painful to make one
  3. it can bring fun to your study
  4. it can take away stress
  5. To make a timetable, you need to ____________.
  6. take notes of your daily activities
  7. see how you spend time every day
  8. find time that can be devoted to study
  9. When following a study plan, you need to ____________.
  10. pay more attention to study
  11. be flexible
  12. cut time on parties
  13. Try to study together with friends who _____________.
  14. are good at learning
  15. are interested in learning
  16. can help you with your weak subjects
  17. ____________ during study so that you won’t get bored.
  18. Take breaks
  19. Follow your plan
  20. Play

Passage 2 If you are still a student, your financial picture is much different from someone in the workforce. You have not yet started making real money, and your focus is mainly on studies and having fun. However, it is important for you to manage money now because the mistakes you make in college can follow you throughout the rest of your life. Here are three pieces of advice you may want to hear.

  1. Budgeting in College

You should create a budget, now. That doesn’t mean you shouldn’t have fun at all, but plan it in your budget. You do not need to get the latest cell phones, computers and clothes to have a good time. These things can come after you have your first real job. Set limits on all of your spending categories and stick to them, then you will start out on a great path and form good spending habits.

  1. Credit Cards

You do not need a credit card to make it through college. Credit card companies work hard to get college students to sign up. They want to create customer loyalty. It is also common for students to spend more than they can afford before they really understand all what a credit card means. You should be living on a budget and any money that you put on your credit card should be taken from the budget. This will help you to pay off your card in full each month.

  1. Working in College

There are many advantages to working while you are in college. Above all, finding a good college job will make it easier to manage your money. You may also benefit from the employee benefits offered by your company. Then, with a college job, you can gain work experience while at school. It will look great when you begin to apply for jobs. You can choose to only work during the summers so you can focus on studies during the schooldays. You may also take an internship. Your work experience can help you to move from college to work.

  1. Why is it important for a student to manage money in college according to the author?
  2. Because it is a course.
  3. Because the mistakes you make will follow you throughout the rest of your life.
  4. Because students are poor.
  5. How can students create a budget?
  6. Set limits on all of your spending categories and stick to them.
  7. Don’t have any fun.
  8. Always buy the latest cell phones and computers.
  9. Why do credit card companies try to get college students sign up?
  10. To help students buy what they want.
  11. To stimulate economy.
  12. To create customer loyalty.
  13. What’s the author’s suggestion on credit cards?
  14. Never use it.
  15. Live on a budget.
  16. Don’t pay off the card in full each month.
  17. Which of the following is NOT the benefit of a college job according to the author?
  18. Make it easier to manage money.
  19. Gain work experience.
  20. Meet new people.

Passage 3 Letter One April 10, 2017
Dear Sir,
We have read your advertisement in International Trade and are glad to know that you are one of the leading exporters of silk blouses (短上衣,女衬衫)in China. We are interested in the goods and would like to be informed of the details of your various types, including sizes, colors and prices.
We are a large dealer in silk garments(服装), having over 15 years’ experience in this particular line of business. Silk blouses of good quality and moderate prices command a good sale in our market.
When replying, please state the terms of payment and the discounts you would allow on a regular purchase of over 100 dozen items.
We look forward to your early reply.
Yours sincerely,

  1. Johnson

  Letter Two April 20, 2017
Dear Sir,
We are pleased to receive you inquiry of April , and thank you for your interest in our products.
We are glad to tell you that we are in a position to supply the items inquired. We are confident that the superior material and exquisite(精致的)craftsmanship of our silk blouses appeal to the most selective buyers.
On regular purchases of over 100 dozen items a discount of 3% is granted. If you place your order no later than the end of this week, we would guarantee a prompt delivery within 20 days, and demand you payment by sight L/C.
Enclosed is a quotation sheet and a copy of illustrated catalogue giving the details you ask for. As the market is showing an upward tendency, it is profitable for you to place an order immediately.
We look forward to your first order.
Yours faithfully,
Wang Fan

  1. According to the passage, the buyer wants to purchase ____________.
  2. 100 dozen silk blouses
  3. less than 100 dozen silk blouses
  4. over 100 dozen blouses
  5. over 100 dozen items of silk blouses
  6. Which of the following statements is true?
  7. It is the first time that the buyer contacts the seller.
  8. The buyer has over 100 years’ experience in this line of business.
  9. The seller has read the buyer’s advertisement in International Trade.
  10. The buyer is one of the leading exporters of silk blouses in China.
  11. When did the seller write the letter?
  12. On April 10, 2017.
  13. On April 20, 2017.
  14. On April 19, 2017.
  15. Yesterday.
  16. On what condition does the seller allow a discount of 3%?
  17. To buy 100 dozen silk blouses.
  18. To buy over 100 dozen silk blouses.
  19. To buy regularly over 100 dozen blouses.
  20. To buy regularly over 100 dozen items of silk blouses.
  21. What is put into the envelope with Letter Two?
  22. Not mentioned.
  23. Some samples.
  24. A quotation sheet and a copy of illustrated catalogue.
  25. A guarantee letter.

Passage 4 Diana Smith thought her family had a workable plan to pay for college for her 21-year-old twin sons: a combination of savings, income, scholarships, and a modest amount of borrowing. Then her husband lost his job, and the plan fell apart.
“I have two kids in college, and I want to say “come home,” but at the same time I want to provide them with a good education,” says Diana.
The Smith family did work out a solution: They asked and received more aid from the school, and each son increased his borrowing to the maximum amount through the federal loan (贷款) program. They will each graduate with a $20,000 debt, but at least they will be able to finish school.
With unemployment rising, financial aid administrators expect to see more families like the Smiths. More students are applying for aid, and more families expect to need student loans. College administrators are concerned that they will not have enough aid money to go around.
At the same time, tuition (学费)continues to rise. A report from the National Center for Public Policy and Higher Education found that college tuition and fees increased 439% from 1982 to 2007, while average family income rose just 147%. Student borrowing has more than doubled in the last decade.
“If we go on this way for another 25 years, we won’t have an affordable system of higher education,” says Patrick M. Callan, president of the center. “The middle class families have been financing it through debt. They will send kids to college whatever it takes, even if that means a huge amount of debt.”
Financial aid administrators have been having a hard time as many companies decide that student loans are not profitable enough and have stopped making them. the good news, however, is that federal loans account for about three quarters of student borrowing, and the government says that money will flow uninterrupted.

  1. According to Paragraph 1, why did the Smith family’s plan fail?
  2. The twins wasted too much money.
  3. The father was out of work.
  4. Their sayings ran out.
  5. The family fell apart.
  6. How did the Smiths manage to solve their problem?
  7. They asked their kids to come home.
  8. They borrowed $20,000 from the school.
  9. They encouraged their twin sons to do part-time jobs.
  10. They got help from the school and the federal government.
  11. Financial aid administrators believe that ____________.
  12. more families will face the same problem as the Smiths
  13. the government will receive more letters of complaint
  14. college tuition fees will double soon
  15. America’s unemployment will fall
  16. What can we learn about the middle class families from the text?
  17. They blamed the government for the tuition increase.
  18. Their income remained steady in the last decade.
  19. They will try their best to send kids to college.
  20. Their debts will be paid off within 25 years/
  21. According to the last paragraph, the government will ____________.
  22. provide most students with scholarships
  23. dismiss some financial aid administrators
  24. stop the companies from making student loans
  25. go on providing financial support for college students

 

  1. Complete the sentences with the words from the bracket, and you should put them in proper order.每小题 3 分,共 30 分)
  2. Doesn’t that seem __________________(对你来说很奇怪).

(to, strange, you, very)

  1. Apart from the ending,__________________(这是一部很好的电影).

(good, it’s, really, film, a)

  1. Mum never spends__________________(钱在自己身上).

(herself, any, on, money)

  1. But, on the bright side, people are trying hard to__________________(解决这个问题).

(problem, deal, the, with)

  1. We’ll take __________________(天气情况)into consideration before we travel.

(conditions, the, weather)

  1. Brazil(巴西)(以……最为有名)__________________ football.

(best, is, for, known)

  1. Our sons __________________(彼此都不相同).

(different, are, other, from, each)

  1. It is __________________(通过这个考试对你来说很重要).

( for, important, you, pass, to, the exam)

  1. The company. __________________(会提供现金补助) if you work in polluted areas.

(benefit, provide, cash, will)

  1. He decides to __________________(申请哈佛大学).

(apply, Harvard, to)
 

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