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全国MBA联考英语模拟试题测试及答案

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全国MBA英语模拟试题测试及答案 MBA考试

  PART I STRUCTURE AND VOCABULARY (20%)

  1. Smith is to study medicine as soon as he ____ military service.

  A. will finish

  B. has finished

  C. finish

  D. would finish

  2. He was laid _____ for six weeks with we broken ribs.

  A. in

  B. out

  C. up

  D. down

  3. He _______ to be affected by many things.

  A. forced

  B. permitted

  C. advised

  D. tended

  4.Did you remember to giver Anne the money you own her.Yes, ______ I saw her, I remembered.

  A. momentarily

  B. while

  C. suddenly

  D. the instant

  4. _______ the formation of the sun, the planets and other stars began with the consideration of an interstellar cloud.

  A. It accepted that

  B. Accepted that

  C. It is accepted that

  D. That is accepted

  6. He is a man __ no one has a better right to speak.

  A. whom

  B. to whom

  C. than who

  D. than whom

  7.______ would have known the answer. A. Clever anyone

  B. Anyone clever

  C. Anyone is clever

  D. Clever is anyone

  8. Why are you still smoking? You _______.

  A. should have given up it

  B. should have given it up

  C. ought to have given up it

  D. should given it up

  9. No visitor or relative can enter the patients room unless_____ by the doctor.

  A. they are invited

  B. he is invited

  C. invited

  D. been invited

  10. The sick _______and the lost _____.

  A. have cured; have found

  B. has cured; has found

  C. have been cured; have been found

  D.has been cured; has been found

  11. Human behavior is mostly a product of learning, ______the behavior of animal depends mainly on instinct.

  A. whereas

  B. so

  C. unless

  D. that

  12. Mumps ____ a very common disease which usually affects children.

  A. was

  B. is

  C. are

  D.were

  13. The _____largest state is, and has been since Alaskas admission into the Union, Califoria.

  A. three

  B. third

  C. first third

  D. most

  14. ________ the surface of metal, but also weakens it.

  A. Not only does rust corrode

  B. Not only rust corrode

  C. Rust, which not only corrodes

  D. Rust not only corrodes

  15. Its nice to go for a walk __ a summer evening.

  A. on

  B. in

  C. at

  D. during

  16. Are these two issues settled? No, they still were _____ conflict.

  A. during

  B. on

  C. with

  D. in

  17. Did the medicine make you feel better? No, ______ the worse I feel.

  A. taking more medicine

  B. the most medicine I take

  C. the more medicine I take

  D. when I take more medicine

  18. His health is _________.

  A. as poor, if not poorer than, his sister

  B. poor as his sisters if not poorer

  C. as poor as, if not poorer than, his sisters

  D. as poor, if not poorer than his sisters

  19. Susanne had worked for three years to be a computer analyst but found her progress ________.

  A. discouraging and unsatisfied

  B. discourageable and dissatisfaction

  C. discouraging an dissatisfaction

  D. unsatisfactory and discouraging

  20. That definition leaves _____ for disagreement.

  A. much room

  B. a small room

  C. great deal room

  D. not so big a room

  PART II READING COMPREHENSION (50%)

  PASSAGE 1

  JAMAICA

  Theres no place like home

  Here are you , at home in Jamaica in your very own villa, all pastels and privacy.With Evangeline to spoil you: shes going shopping soon, to surprise you with a lobster for dinner. Madly extravagant? Not at all.There are hundreds of villas for rent, all over Jamaica. Bring your family, or share one with your best friends and the cost becomes increasingly attractive. A d what nicer way to experience the bountiful wonders of Jamaica than to have your own special place to return to each evening where you can sit back with a ruin punch, talk about tomorrow, and to yourself, Theres no place like home.

  Make it Jamaica. Again.

  21. Villa in this advertisement refers to a ________.

  A. boarding house

  B. mud hut

  C. log cabin

  D. small house

  22. Madly extravagant in this advertisement means _______.

  A. very cheap

  B. fairly cheap

  C. very expensive

  D. fairly expensive

  23. The advertisement implies that you _______.

  A. enjoy sightseeing in foreign places

  B. dont have to spend a lot of money

  C. may require entertainment by well-known singers.

  D. need a lot of excitement on your vacation.

  24. The advertisement appeals to the readers need for ______.

  A. quiet pleasure

  B. delicious food

  C. relaxation

  D. all of the above

  25. Bountiful means _________.

  A. abundant

  B. fertile

  C. great

  D. prosperous

  PASSAGE 2

  BL has dismissed fight works firemen alleged to have been asleep at its Land-Rover works at Solihull when two works inspectors paid an unexpected visit to the duty fireroom shortly before dawn on Monday.

  All firemen on the night shift, including the officer in charge,are said to have been sleeping in chairs or stretched out on the floor.

  This is the second time in recent years that a group of BL employees at Solihull has been dismissed for sleeping on duty. Two and a half years ago 13 night shift workers there were found asleep.

  They had brought sleeping bags, blankets, and built makeshift bunks. But it is understood that no such preparations had been made by the firemen.The eight were brought before a disciplinary hearing on Tuesday and charged with conduct in breach of their duty. They were summarily dismissed.

  All eight have given voice of their intention to appeal under the companys disputes procedure. The hearing is expected to take place next week with officials of the Transport and General Workers Union representing them.

  26. According to the passage, inspectors paid an unexpected visit to the duty fireroom just _____.

  A. before the moon set

  B. after the moon set

  C. after the sun set

  D. before the sun rose

  27. What were the firemen doing?

  A. They were building a kind of bed.

  B. They were mending sleeping bags.

  C. They were attending a meeting.

  D. They were sleeping on night shift.

  28. How could the previous breach of duty at BL be best described?

  A. 13 night shift workers were found playing cards 30 months ago.

  B. 13 night shift workers were found sleeping soundly 30 months ago.

  C. 8 night shift workers were found drinking alcohol three years ago/

  D. 8 night shift workers were found asleep two and a half years ago.

  29. We learned that as a result of this latest case ______.

  A. eight firemen were sacked

  B. thirteen firemen were dismissed

  C. eight firemen were promoted

  D. thirteen firemen were fired.

  30. Which of the following statement is true?

  A. All firemen of that works have been dismissed.

  B. The firemen who have been fired were going to leave the factory.

  C. The Workers Union support that these firemen should be fired.

  D. Those firemen would appeal.

  PASSAGE 3

  Promptness is important in American business,academic, and social settings. The importance of punctuality is taught to young children in school. Tardy slops and the use of bells signal to the child that punctuality and time itself are to be respected.

  People who keep appointments are considered dependable. If people arelate to job interviews, appointments, or classes, they are often viewed as unreliable and irresponsible. In the business world, time is money and companies may fine their executives for tardiness to business meetings. Of course, it is not always possible to be punctual.

  Social and business etiquette also provides rules for late arrivals. Calling on the telephone if one is going to be more than a few minutes late for schedule appointments is considered polite and is often expected. Keeping a date of a friend waiting beyond ten to twenty minutes is considered rude. On the other hand, arriving thirty minutes late to some parties is acceptable.

  Respecting deadlines is also important in academic and professional circles. It is expected that deadlines for class assignments or business reports will be met. Students who hand in assignments late may be surprised to find that the professor will lower their grades or even refuse to grade their work. Whether it is a question of arriving on time or of meeting a deadline, people are culturally conditioned to regulate time.

  31. The best title for this passage is ________.

  A. Promptness

  B. Time

  C. Deadlines

  D. Etiquette

  32. In the United States the child who must go to bed early, be prompt at school, or bring a tardy slip if he is late______

  A. is learning the importance of time and punctuality in his culture.

  B. Is learning to disobey his parents and teachers.

  C. Is being punished for disobeying his mother and school officials.

  D. Is being punished for playing too much.

  33. If a person is late for a business meeting, he may be _____

  A. criticized

  B. fired

  C. made to pay

  D. given a pay rise

  34. Social etiquette in the United States allows people______

  A. to be a few minutes late for interviews and business meetings.

  B. to come early to parties

  C. to be up to a half-hour late for some parties.

  D. to call a date when he is thirty minutes late.

  35. The last sentence means ______

  A. people everywhere regulate time in the same way.

  B. Conditions decide how people spend time.

  C. Regular timetable is important in every culture.

  D. Different cultures have different customs concerning time.

  PASSAGE 4

  Urban life has always involved a balancing of opportunities and rewards against dangers and stress; its motivating force is, in the broadest sense, money. Opportunities to make money mean competition and competition is stressful; it is often at its most intense in the largest cities, where opportunities are greatest. The presence of huge numbers of people inevitable involves more conflict, more traveling, the overloading of public services and exposure to those deviants andcriminals who aredrawn to the rich pickings of great cities. Crime has always flourishedin the relative anonymity of urban life, but todays ease of movement

  makes its control more difficult than ever; there is much evidence thatits extent has a direct relationship to the size of communities. City dwellers may become trapped in their homes by the fear of crime around them.

  As a defense against these developments city dwellers tend to use various strategies to try and reduce the pressures upon themselves: contacs with other people are generally made brief and impersonal; doors arekept locked; telephone numbers may be ex-directory; journeys outside the home are usually hurried, rather than a source of pleasure. There are other strategies too, which are positively harmful to the individual; for example, reducing awareness through drugs or alcohol. Furthermore, all these defensive forms of behavior are harmful to society in general; they cause widespread loneliness and destroy the communitys concern for its members. Lack of informal social contact and indifference to the misfortunes of others, if they are not personally known to oneself, are amongst the major causes of urban crime.

  36. According to the author, living in a city causes stress because there are so many people who are _____.

  A. anxious to succeed

  B. in need of help

  C. naturally aggressive

  D. likely to commit crime

  37. The author thinks that crime is increasing in cities because _____.

  A. people do not communicate with their neighbors

  B. Criminals are difficult to trace in large population

  C. People feel anonymous there

  D. The trappings of success are attractive to criminals

  38. According to the article, what is the worst problem facing people living in cities?

  A. crime

  B. finding somewhere to live

  C. loneliness

  D. drugs and alcoholism

  39. The biggest incentive to live in a city is_______

  A. rewards

  B. stress

  C. competition

  D. money

  40. According to the author, crime is caused by several factors, one of which is _____

  A. social isolation

  B. defensive behavior

  C. hurried journeys

  D. personal misfortune

  PART III TRANSLATION (15%)

  Engineering software technology is constantly evolving, driving the marketplace, allowing companies to bring better products tomarket faster and at lower cost. Each new software release provides breakthroughs that allow companies to rely more on virtual product development and less on hours of laboratory, build-and-break studies. What used to take companies months or even years, costing a lot to design and build, now can be done in just weeks without great expense. This evolution is a direct result of the changing role of design analysis and optimisation software. Once thought of as an extra step, today, this software is being applied throughout the product development process, testing ideas early in the development stage. ACME, Inc. develops the software tools that allow companies to build better, safer and more reliable products faster than ever before.

  PART IV COMPOSITION (15%)

  Opportunity and Success

  You are expected to write three paragraphs.

  In the first paragraph, state clearly your viewpoint.

  In the second paragraph, support your viewpoint with details or examples.

  In the third paragraph, bring a summary to your composition.

  答案:

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