国开电大理工英语3单元自测2答案

"题目:____ trying to beat back the rising flood, innovative amphibious buildings can adapt to the rising flood.
: Instead of
; Besides
; For"
"题目:—  Could you recommend some famous architectural buildings to visit in China?

—  _______
: Yes ,it is.
; No,I couldn't.
; I highly recommend the Bird's Nest."
"题目:—  To be exact, what should I wear for the interview?

—  _______
: You should wear formal clothes for the interview.
; No,you shouldn't wear.
; Yes,you should wear."
"题目:—  Well, may I know how long the training will be?

—  _______
: It will last six months.
; It will be fine.
; It will be 5 meters."
"题目:—  What does your company specialize in?

—  _______
: Our company specializes in flood-proof development.
; Our company is very large.
; Our company is located in Beijing."
"题目:—  What is the training about?

—  _______
: It is nothing.
; It is about one month.
; It is about the latest flood-proof design of hours."
"题目:A _____ designer is needed.
: full-time
; full time
; full timing"
"题目:It was the Louvre Pyramid_____ brought him worldwide fame.
: what
; as
; that"
"题目:My first ____ is the Taj Mahal because it is a teardrop of love.
: recommending
; recommend
; recommendation"
"题目:Of the two architectural designs, I think this one is _____.
: good
; best
; better"
"题目:Our company specializes _____ architectural design.
: on
; off
; in"
"题目:Pei was the son of a ____ banker.
: prompt
; prime
; prominent"
"题目:We will ____ you later.
: contract
; contact
; construct"
"题目:Well, the design manager is ____ by your CV and he wants you to be in his team.
: impressing
; impress
; impressed"
"题目:You do not mind             long hours, do you?
: working
; work
; to work"

"二、听力理解:请听下面的对话,根据对话内容进行判断,正确为“T”,错误为“F”。

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1. Mary is receiving Henry.  {T; F}

2. Henry will work in the Personnel Department.  {T; F}

3. Henry does mind working long hours.  {T; F}

4. Henry often took quite a few courses each semester in school.  {T; F}

5. Henry didn’t do any part-time job when he was at school.  {T; F}"
"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。

In capsule hotels, each guest stays in a small sleeping space called capsule. It measures about 2 meters in length and1 meter in both width and height.

It is a type of hotel first developed in Japan intended to provide cheap, basic overnight accommodation for guests who do not require the services offered by traditional hotels. Facilities differ, but most include a television and wireless internet connection. There are many buttons in the capsule. One turns on the light, one turns on the TV, one controls the channels. There is a radio and an alarm clock built in. The open end of the capsule can be closed, for privacy, with a curtain or a fiber glass door. Luggage is stored in a locker. Clothes and shoes are sometimes exchanged for a yukata and slippers on entry. Washrooms are communal. Guests are asked not to smoke or eat in the capsules. Some hotels also provide restaurants (or at least vending machines), pools, and other entertainment facilities. Capsules are used primarily by men. Some capsule hotels offer separate sections for male and female guests.

The benefits of these hotels are convenience and price, usually around ¥2000-4000 (USD 25-50) a night. They provide a place for those who may be too drunk to return home safely. About 30% at the Capsule Hotel were unemployed or underemployed and were renting capsules by the month. It was first offered to salary men who had missed the last train home, but now it is also popular with travelers from all over the world. Therefore, it's going to gain more popularity.

1. The space of each capsule is quite {A; B; C}.

A. large

B. capacious

C. limited

2. Most capsules are not equipped with {A; B; C} in the small sleeping space.

A. a TV

B. washrooms

C. wireless internet connection

3.Capsule hotels were first developed in {A; B; C}.

A. Japan

B. China

C. UK

4.The benefits of these hotels do not include {A; B; C}.

A. convenience

B. comfort

C. price

5.The writer has a {A; B; C} attitude towards capsule hotels.

A. positive

B. negative

C. neutral"
"二、阅读理解:阅读下面的短文,根据文章内容进行判断,正确写“T”错误写“F”。

AMPHIBIOUS ARCHITECTURE: FLOOD-PROOF HOME DESIGNS

Instead of trying to beat back the rising flood, innovative amphibious buildings can adapt to the rising flood. These buildings are ready for whatever Mother Nature might throw at them– even 10-foot floodwaters. Let's take a look at just two of them.

THE UK'S FIRST AMPHIBIOUS HOUSE

The UK's first amphibious house is located on the Thames River. And the first amphibious building in Britain will be completed soon. Baca Architects designed this home for a couple who wanted to live on a flood-prone island, an island easy to be attacked by floods, in the Thames River. This building is equipped with a terraced landscape. And this terraced landscape acts as an early warning system when the waters are rising. The terraces will be filled with water before the ‘wet dock’ under the house does, and then the home itself will slowly rise to stay above the water.

SOLAR POWERED FLOATING SCHOOL IN NIGERIA

Residents of Makoko in Nigeria have been building houses on stilts for generations. People there go from one house to another by canoe. As sea levels are rising, officials threaten to tear down the entire community. If these houses are tore down, 250,000 people will be homeless and have to look for a new place to live. Architects found a solution in floating structures with improved sanitation conditions. The first completed example is a three-storey solar-powered school.

This amazing floating school addresses social, physical and ecological needs. Built on top of 256 recycled blue barrels, the school buildings are made of triangular bamboo and wood. Makoko's residents made full use of their skills when building these structures. With three levels, the solar-powered high school has room for 100 local kids and recycles rainwater to flush the toilets. And the cost for the whole school structures was under $7,000.

1.Innovative amphibious buildings have adaptation to the rising flood.  {T; F}

2.The first amphibious building in Britain has been completed.  {T; F}

3.250,000 residents of Makoko in Nigeria will be homeless if officials tear down their houses.  {T; F}

4.The first completed floating school has three floors.   {T; F}

5.In the opinion of the writer, the cost for the floating school was quite high.   {T; F}"

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