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北京联合大学大学英语课程一课一练试卷(第二册Unit Two)(出题人:张燕芳)

北京联合大学大学英语课程一课一练试卷(第二册Unit Two)(出题人:张燕芳)

Part I. Writing (30 minutes)

注意:此部分试题在答题卡1上。

Directions: For this part, you are allowed 30 minutes to write a composition on the topic Parental Hopes and Personal Ideals. You should write at least 120 words, and base your composition on the outline (given in Chinese) below:

1)父母都会望子成龙,但是父母的期望有时候会与他们孩子的理想发生矛盾

2)分析这种矛盾产生的原因

3)应该如何解决这一矛盾

Parental Hopes and Personal Ideals.

Part II. Reading Comprehension (Skimming and Scanning) (15 minutes)

Directions: In this part, you will have 15 minutes to go over the passage quickly and answer the questions on Answer Sheet 1. For question 1- 7, choose the best answer from the four choices marked A),B),C) and D). For question 8-10, complete the sentences with the information given in the passage.

The True Story of a Young Man

When Reginald Lindsay received a scholarship to Morehouse College in Atlanta, Georgia, what he wanted most was a good job with a good salary. But soon he became interested in the civil rights movement. At present he has a plan which he hopes will take him to Congress as a southern representative.

Now in his first year at Harvard Law School, Reg is making careful plans. After earning his degree, he expects to return to the South to practice law among the poor. “I want to help them understand what their rights are and to help them achieve them,” he says. Then he hopes to run for political office at the local and state level until he is ready to try for Congress.

Reg grew up in a low-income Negro section of Birmingham, Alabama. Brought up by his grandparents after his parents were divorced while he was vey young, Reg has been living through a period of far-reaching progress in race relations. In the summer of 1968 Reg himself became a good example of this progress when he became the first Negro to the workings of the Georgia State government and encourages them to seek employment there after finishing their education. “I’ve been lucky,” he says. “I seem to have been in the right place at the right time.”

But luck is only part of Reg’s story, for he has made the most of opportunities that came his way. He learned to read in kindergarten and began visiting the public library regularly to borrow books. His grandparents encouraged him, though neither of them had much education, and they bought him a set of encyclopedias. “I love those books,” he remembers. “I used to come downstairs before breakfast and read short articles. I enjoyed reading about famous men, and then I would pretend to be one of them. I guess it was partly a childish game and partly an escape. It wasn’t too much fun to be a Negro when I was a kid.”

While studying for his bachelor’s degree at Morehouse College, Reg worked on several political campaigns helping candidates get elected to government offices. At the same time he maintained a “B” average while majoring in political science. He worked as a student advisor to earn extra money for his college expenses, and he was granted a scholarship for a year of study at the University of Valencia in Spain.

With just two more years to complete at Harvard Law School, which also gave him a scholarship, Reg has made a good start on his professional career. He says, “The good life for me is the kind of life where I can find satisfaction in public service.”

1. When Reginald Lindsay received a scholarship to Morehouse College, he wanted _______.

A.to get a good job with very good pay

C.to lead the civil rights movement there B.to move to the southern part of Congress D.to become a representative of his religion

B.go back to the South to help the poor understand their rights 2. After earning his degree from Harvard Law School, Reginald plans to ______. A.return to his hometown to start his career as a lawyer

C.run for local office to make progress on the civil rights movement D.try for Congress by helping his poor neighbors to achieve their rights

3. Reginald started to face a problem of ______ when he was very young.

A.his identity as an outstanding boy

A.In the year 1968 B.his grandparents’ ill-treatment C.his parents’ divorce D.his classmates’ envy 4. _______ Reginald became the first Negro student appointed to a special new program. B.When he was eight years old C.After his parents’ divorce

D.Just before his grandpa’s death 5. In what way did Reginald’s grandparents encourage him to read? A.They sent him to kindergarten. B.They led him to public library.

C.They borrow books for him. D.They bought him encyclopedias.

B.He pretended to be a famous person. D.He tried to escape from school.

B.Reginald donated his encyclopedias D.Reginald used to read short articles during lunch 6. How did Reginald escape from the realities of life? A.He read about famous people. C.He insisted that he was a Negro. 7. We can learn from the passage that _______. A.Reginald had a very poor childhood C.Reginald had well-educated grandparents

8. Candidates for a political campaign all want to get elected to _______ _______.

9. To help pay for his expenses at Morehouse College, Reginald also worked as a _______ _______.

10. For Reginald, a satisfactory life would be to enter _______ _______.

Part III. Listening Comprehension (略)

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