国开电大理工英语1单元自测5形考任务答案

"题目: --- A: Could we make a tentative appointment for, say, this Saturday?  

  ---B:              
: Yes, you can.
; That’s fine for me.
;  Sorry, I don’t know. I am new here."
"题目:--- ________ you ________ free tomorrow? 

--- No. I ________ free the day after tomorrow.
: Are; going to be; will be
; Are; going to be; will
; Are; going to; will"
"题目:--- A: Hello, Bill Burton speaking.                     

--- B: Hello, Mr. Burton, this is Jenny Jenkins of Bradford and Sons returning your call. 
: What can I do for you?
; Is that Jenny speaking?
;  It’s my pleasure."
"题目:--- A: I can put you down for eleven o’clock. Is that OK?

--- B:                      
: Yes, we could.
;  Oh, I’ll be having an interview that time. How about 3 o’clock in the afternoon?
; Friday is good."
"题目:--- A: I have an appointment with Mr. Xie at about 10 o’clock tomorrow morning, but would you please postpone it to sometime next week?

---B:              
: No, thanks.
; All right.
;  It’s my pleasure."
"题目:--- A: I have many questions about studying abroad.

--- B: Would you like to make an appointment?                     
: Let's say Wednesday afternoon at two?
; Is that OK?
; It doesn’t matter."
"题目:How often       to the dentist?
: you go to
; do you
; do you go "
"题目:I have an appointment with Mr. Xie at about 10 o’clock tomorrow morning, but would you please          it to sometime next week?
: postpone
; complete
; clarify"
"题目:In learning a foreign language, one should first pay attention         speaking.
: within
; to
; on"
"题目:Jamie wants to speak to me         private.
: on
; to
; in"
"题目:My agenda is quite full for the whole week, so I can't            an appointment with you.
: sign
;  draw up
; make"
"题目:Seldom ________ his wife punishes her children for speaking out their own ideas freely. 
: have I seen
; I have seen
; do I see"
"题目:Support facilities for electric cars, such as charging stations, have been built or are      the process of being built in many cities across the country.
: to
; on
; in"
"题目:There ________ a dolphin show in the zoo tomorrow evening. 
: was
; is going to have
; is going to be"
"题目:We are all for your suggestion that the trip ________ . 
: was put off
; be put off
; is to put off"

"二、阅读理解:阅读下面的短文,根据文章内容从A、B、C三个选项中选出一个最佳选项。

Car crashes are the top killer of American teenagers. Most of the crashes result from distracted driving—not paying attention to the road.

Ryan Didone was a fifteen-year-old passenger in a car that hit a tree. He was one of the nation's more than thirty thousand victims of traffic crashes in 2008. Nearly four thousand deaths, about twelve percent involved drivers age fifteen to twenty. 

Ryan's father, Thomas Didone, is a police captain in Marylan. "It was an inexperienced, immature driver driving at night with a carload of kids. He was distracted, he was going too fast, and it ended up causing one death and some seriously injured." He shares the story of his son's death to help educate teens and their families about distracted driving.

Jim Jennings from the Allstate Insurance Company says the number one cause of distracted-driving accidents is the mobile phone. He says talking on the phone or reaching for it is like drinking four beers and driving. "If you're texting while driving, you are twenty-three times more likely to get into an accident than somebody who isn't."

Government and private groups are using public service announcements and events to bring more attention to the problem. For example, the insurance industry recently held a safety event for teen drivers. At first, nineteen-year-old Kevin Schumann easily avoided large, inflatable dolls thrown in front of the car to represent children. He also avoided orange cones representing the edge of the road. Then, as part of the test, he started texting. He hit several cones and at least one doll. "That's what really opened up the experience for me to prove how bad it is to really text and drive."

Debbie Pickford of Allstate Insurance says teens are especially at risk from distracted driving —and not just because they lack experience on the roads. "According to the research, teens don't really have fully developed brains until they’re twenty-five years old. You put those two things together and you get a much,much higher risk." A new law proposes a graduated driver licensing system. Graduated means teenagers start with restrictions like on night driving and numbers of passengers. They could not get a full driver's license until age eighteen.

 

1.According to the passage, {A; B; C} is the most likely to lead to a traffic accident while you are driving.

A.texting on the mobile phone

B.reaching for a cell phone.

C.talking on the mobile phone

2. We can learn from the second paragraph that{A; B; C}.

A. drivers who resulted in nearly 4,000 deaths are teenagers

B. over 30,000 victims have died from traffic crashes so far

C. it was at night that Ryan Didone died from a car accident

3. A safety event held by insurance industry was meant to {A; B; C}.

A.attract more teenagers to take part in it

B.draw enough attention to teenagers' distracted driving

C.make more teenagers practice avoiding large barriers

4. The passage is probably followed by a concluding paragraph about {A; B; C}.

A.much higher risk

B.teen brain development

C.measures to be taken

5. Of all the following, which is the best title for the passage?{A; B; C}

A.Car Crashes —the Top Killer.

B.Distracted Driving —Let's Avoid!

C.Drunken Driving — Dangerous Enough!"
"二、阅读理解:阅读下面的短文,根据文章内容进行判断,正确为“T”,错误为“F”。

In recent years, the Chinese auto industry has seen rapid growth, with the demand on private cars rising sharply in Chinese cities since 2002.

By 2009, China has replaced the U.S. to become the world’s largest auto market. As an important part of the world car industry, the global auto industry will shift further to China. This brings historical opportunity to China’s auto market.  

Currently, both the development of China’s auto market and the changes in consumer demand for vehicles are ever-increasing. China’s auto industry will continue to grow in the next decade. It means there is still huge room for its development. China has an urban population of more than 600 million. It also has a huge agricultural vehicle market in the rural areas. Hence, there is no doubt for China’s development of auto industry. That is also the reason why the world’s auto producers are paying more attention to the Chinese market.

1. The demand on private cars increased greatly in Chinese cities since 2002.{T; F}

2. China has become the world’s largest auto market.{T; F}

3. China’s auto industry tends to decrease in the next decade.{T; F}

4. China has an urban population of less than 600 million.{T; F}

5. The reason why the world’s auto producers are paying more attention to the Chinese market is that China’s auto industry developed very quickly.{T; F}"
"二、阅读理解:阅读下面短文,选择合适的内容将短文补充完整。

A WELCOME SPEECH

 

A. set new goals  

B. keep growing 

C. take this opportunity to

D. made the right decision

E. my great honor

 

I am Peter, Sales manager of the company.

First of all, I would like to _____ welcome you to our company.

Our company is one of the leading companies in the electric car industry. I am sure you will be proud of being a member of our company. It is always _____ to keep the business going.We need to _____ for ourselves all the time. As you are fresh, energetic and equipped with new knowledge and new ideas, soon you will realize that you’ve _____ to join us.

Work hard, not only for our company but also for yourself. That’s the only way for you and our company to _____.

Again I would like to welcome you and from today on, let’s work together and succeed together."

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