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2013年职称英语考试《综合类B级》考试真题
1、【 单选题
Come out, or I'll bust the door down. [1分]
shut
set
break
beat
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2、【 单选题
The police will need to keep a wary eye on this area of town. [1分]
naked
cautious
blind
private
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3、【 单选题
The rules are too rigid to allow for human error. [1分]
general
complex
direct
inflexible
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4、【 单选题
It seemed incredible that he had been there a week already. [1分]
right
unbelievable
obvious
unclear
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5、【 单选题
These animals migrate south annually in search of food. [1分]
explore
travel
inlaid
prefer
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6、【 单选题
Rumors began to circulate about his financial problems. [1分]
spread
send
hear
confirm
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7、【 单选题
She came across three children sleeping under a bridge. [1分]
passed by
took a notice of
woke up
found by chance
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8、【 单选题
As a politician, he knows how to manipulate public opinion. [1分]
influence
express
divide
voice
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9、【 单选题
He was tempted by the high salary offered by the company. [1分]
taught
attracted
kept
changed
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10、【 单选题
He paused, waiting for her to digest the information. [1分]
understand
withhold
exchange
contact
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11、【 单选题
Make sure the table is securely anchored. [1分]
repaired
cleared
booked
fixed
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12、【 单选题
She gets aggressive when she is drunk. [1分]
worried
sleepy
offensive
anxious
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13、【 单选题
There was something peculiar in the way the smiles. [1分]
strange
different
wrong
funny
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14、【 单选题
The contract between the two companies will expire soon. [1分]
shorten
start
resume
end
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15、【 单选题
Boys usually develop bad habits when they are very young. [1分]
Right
Wrong
Not mentioned
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16、【 单选题
Bad habits may return when we are under pressure. [1分]
Right
Wrong
Not mentioned
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17、【 单选题
The study suggests that it is more difficult to respond what to get rid of. [1分]
Right
Wrong
Not mentioned
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18、【 单选题
If we develop bad habits early in life, they are harder to get rid of. [1分]
Right
Wrong
Not mentioned
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19、【 单选题
Paragraph 1_______ [1分]
Paying to get in
Changing work practice
Not doing enough
A solution which is no solution
Closing city centres to traffic
A global problem
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20、【 单选题
Paragraph 2_______ [1分]
Paying to get in
Changing work practice
Not doing enough
A solution which is no solution
Closing city centres to traffic
A global problem
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21、【 单选题
Paragraph 4_______ [1分]
Paying to get in
Changing work practice
Not doing enough
A solution which is no solution
Closing city centres to traffic
A global problem
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22、【 单选题
Most American drivers think it convenient to______ [1分]
reduce traffic jams
drive around
go by bus
spend more money
travel regularly
encou rage more private cars
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23、【 单选题
Building more roads is not an effective way to_______ [1分]
reduce traffic jams
drive around
go by bus
spend more money
travel regularly
encou rage more private cars
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24、【 单选题
The U. S. government has planned to_______ updating public-transport systems. [1分]
reduce traffic jams
drive around
go by bus
spend more money
travel regularly
encou rage more private cars
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25、【 单选题
Whooping cranes migrate in winter to______ [3分]
find warmth and food.
raise baby whooping cranes.
get human help.
lay eggs.
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26、【 单选题
Whooping cranes are native to_____ [3分]
Mexico.
South America.
North America.
The Persian Gulf.
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27、【 单选题
Operation Migration aims to______ [3分]
teach adult cranes how to fly.
lead young cranes on their first trip south.
breed cranes in special parks.
transport cranes to the North.
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28、【 单选题
The distance covered by the young whooping cranes on their trips south is_____ [3分]
120 miles.
1,200 miles.
1,931 miles.
2, 000 miles.
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29、【 单选题
If Operation Migration is successful, whooping cranes will______ [3分]
follow airplanes south every year.
live in Canada all year round.
learn to migrate on their own.
be unable to fly back.
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30、【 单选题
Why did the wild life experts visit the Kalahari Desert? [3分]
To find where honey badgers live.
To observe how honey badgers behave.
To catch some honey badgers for food.
To find out why honey badgers have a bad reputation.
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31、【 单选题
What does Kitso Khama say about honey badgers? [3分]
They show interest in things they are not familiar with.
They are always looking for food.
They do not enjoy human company.
It is common for them to attack people.
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32、【 单选题
What did the team find out about honey badgers? [3分]
There were some creatures they did not eat.
They were afraid of poisonous creatures.
They may get some of the water they needed from fruit.
Female badgers did not mix with male badgers.
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33、【 单选题
Which of the following is a typical feature of male badgers? [3分]
They don't run very quickly.
They hunt over a very large area.
They defend their territory from other badgers.
They are more aggressive than females.
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34、【 单选题
What happened when honey badgers got used to humans around them? [3分]
They became less aggressive towards other creatures.
They started eating more.
Other animals started working with them.
They lost interest in people.
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35、【 单选题
The British public are still interested in the murder case because______ [3分]
the murder was a aristocrat.
the murder's DNA has been found.
the murder was a famous man.
the murder has not been caught.
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36、【 单选题
It was suspected that Lucan killed the nanny because______ [3分]
she was cruel to his children.
she attacked his car.
she stole his car.
she was mistaken for his wife.
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37、【 单选题
Aspinall thought lucan killed himself______ [3分]
by sinking his boat
in a car accident.
on the night 30 years after murder.
by jumping into the English Channel.
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38、【 单选题
According to the version in Paragraph 4, Lucan______ [3分]
has escaped but was killed later.
was involved in a murder in France.
was caught in another country.
met his partners on a ferry.
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39、【 单选题
The word "assumed" in last paragraph means______ [3分]
disclosed.
set up.
took on.
changed.
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40、【 单选题
请在第__(46)__处填上正确答案。 [2分]
Eventually, a commercial plant was developed which was 5 percent sweeter than before, but also much stronger and less likely to die from disease.
One major gene has been identified by Dr. Angelique D'Hont and her team in Montpelier, France.
Sugar cane is now much more vigorous and the supply of sugar is therefore more guaranteed.
Since the 1960s, scientists have been analyzing the mysteries of the sugar cane's genetic code.
The majority of the world's sugar now comes from this particular commercial species.
Unfortunately, however, the plant started to become weaker and more prone to disease.
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