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  【导读】天津自考网整理发布2020年下半年天津自考英语二考前密押试卷,以供考生们在学习后用真题巩固所学到的知识,得到更好地复习效果。

  

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2020年下半年天津自考英语二考前密押试卷

 

  第一部分:阅读判断(第 1~10 题,每题 1 分,共 10 分)

  下面的短文后列出了 10 个句子,请根据短文的内容对每个句子作出判断:如果该句提供的是正确信息,选择 A;如果该句提供的是错误信息,选择 B;如果该句的信息文中没有提及,选择 C。在答题卡相应位置上将答案选项涂黑。

  Red Nose Day

  Red Nose Day (RND) is a well-known event in the UK. The aim of the day is to raise money for Comic Relief. This is a charity that helps people in need in Africa and in the UK.

  Comic Relief was started in 1985 by Richard Curtis. He wrote the famous films"Four Weddings and a Funeral" and " Notting Hill". Richard started Comic Relief in response to the severe famine in Ethiopia. It's called Red Nose Day and on this day many people buy a plastic red nose to wear! The money made from selling red noses goes to the charity.

  Red Nose Day takes place every two years in the spring. It is now so well established that many people consider it to be an unofficial national holiday. The slogan for the last RND was "Do Something Funny for Money." The money that was collected was used to help fund projects in such areas as education and mental health.

  Money-raising events take place on this day all over the country and many schools participate. People also donate money by post, in banks, by phone using a credit card and online.

  In the evening of Red Nose Day a telethon takes place on the BBC TV channels. This is like a television marathon(马拉松)that shows some of the events of the day and reports how the money raised will be spent. People also upload videos of local charity events onto the Internet.

  So, if you are ever in the UK on Red Nose Day, you will know why you find normal people wearing red noses and doing silly things! It's all for a good cause!

  1. Red Nose Day is a famous event in Britain.()

  A: True

  B: False

  C: Not Given

  2. Comic Relief aims to help people all over the world.()

  A: True

  B: False

  C: Not Given

  3. Richard Curtis is a well-known actor and film director.()

  A: True

  B: False

  C: Not Given

  4. Many people wear a red nose on Red Nose Day.()

  A: True

  B: False

  C: Not Given

  5. Red Nose Day takes place every year.()

  A: True

  B: False

  C: Not Given

  6. Red Nose Day has become an official national holiday.()

  A: True

  B: False

  C: Not Given

  837. The funnier people look, the more money they collect.()

  A: True

  B: False

  C: Not Given

  8. People give money to Comic Relief in many ways.()

  A: True

  B: False

  C: Not Given

  9. Many schools take part in the money-raising events on Red Nose Day.()

  A: True

  B: False

  C: Not Given

  10. The Red Nose Day telethon has attracted lots of film stars.()

  A: True

  B: False

  C: Not Given

  第二部分:阅读选择(第 11~15 题,每题 2 分,共 10 分)

  阅读下面短文,请从短文后所给各题的 4 个选项(A、B、C、D)中选出 1 个最佳选项,并在答题卡相应位置上将该项涂黑。

  It is estimated that there are more than 8 million restaurants in the world today.So it might surprise you to learn that restaurants as we know have only existed for a few centuries. Before 1765, there were no restaurants. There was nowhere in which a server brought you food and drink that you chose from a menu. In fact, there was no menus anywhere.

  There were places where travelers could eat centuries before that. The countryside was full of inns that would serve food. And there were bars where one could get a drink. The rich could also eat meals supplied by private cooks. But there was nothing that could be called a "restaurant".A Frenchman changed that. In 1765, he opened a place in Paris that sold soups.

  On his sign, he used the term "restaurant" to describe what he was selling. Soups were considered "restorative", so he called them "restaurants". Finally, people started buying his soups even when not ill. And as time went on, people began to use the term "restaurant" to refer to the place where soup was sold rather than the soup itself.

  More "restaurants" opened up in France, and people began to buy soups more regularly. Then, restaurants in Paris began to serve food other than soups. In the 1780s, menus started to appear. By the 1800s, there were many types of restaurants, and the restaurant concept was spread throughout the British Empire.

  A slow start gave way to rapid growth. Cities and towns around the world are filled with restaurants today. It is estimated that there are 1.6 million restaurants in Europe. In America, there are nearly a half million restaurants.

  11. Before 1765, travelers could have meals at a(n) ().

  A: bar

  B: inn

  C: restaurant

  D: canteen

  12. The first "restaurant" only served ().

  A: soups

  B: desserts

  C: drinks

  D: fruits

  13. The word "restorative" (Line 3, Para.3) most probably means ().

  A: having a special flavor

  B: making you happier

  C: having a pleasant smell

  D: making you healthier

  14. The restaurant concept started in ().

  A: America

  B: Britain

  C:Germany

  D: France

  15. The best title for this text is ().

  A: Definition of Restaurant

  B: Importance of Restaurant

  C: Origin of Restaurant

  D: Types of Restaurant

  第三部分:概括段落大意和补全句子(第 16~ 25 题,每题 1 分,共 10 分)

  阅读下面短文,请完成短文后的 2 项测试试务:(1)从第 16~ 19 题后所给的 6 个选项中为第①~④段每段选择 1 个正确的小标题;(2)从第 20~25 题后所给的 7 个选项中选择 6 个正确选项,分别完成每个句子,请将所选项对应的字母写在答题卡上。

  How to Forgive, Forget and Let Go

  1.Forgiving someone does not mean releasing them from an earlier guilt. What if the person who wronged you is not living? What if the person is someone who made you extremely embarrassed during school 20 or 30 years ago? Letting go of emotional pain does not mean that nothing happened; it means that you no longer want to be controlled by it.

  2.Recognize that forgiveness is not denial. Whatever caused the pain was a real incident. Denying that it happened means it is too painful to work through the emotions. There is no timeline on forgiveness. Some steps take longer to get through, and it is acceptable to set them aside for a period of time. Part of forgiveness is understanding whether or not someone takes responsibility for what happened, and may even show regret.87

  3.Understand, that not everyone who forgives reconciles with the person who caused the pain. There are relationships that are harmful and even physically dangerous. While it is possible to forgive the past and move beyond it, it may also mean that the person who was involved can no longer play an active role in your life. If a person or situation is not safe, it may be best not to reconcile the relationship now. Work on forgiveness at a time when you are emotionally healthy and physically safe.

  4.Make a conscious decision to forgive someone. Even if they never apologize for what happened, determine within yourself that it is fine to proceed without this apology. Apologies should not be asking for forgiveness. Apologies should be offered as an effort of true regret. They should be admitting that taking personal responsibility for the situation is important. Even without that apology, make up your mind to forgive, forget, and eventually let go.

  16. Paragraph 1 ()

  A: Forgiving should be at safe time.

  B: Forgiving is not to deny what happened.

  C: Forgiving is not to free someone from blame.

  D: Forgiving can happen without an apology.

  E: Forgiving can lead us away from the past hurt.

  17. Paragraph 2 ()

  A: Forgiving should be at safe time.

  B: Forgiving is not to deny what happened.

  C: Forgiving is not to free someone from blame.

  D: Forgiving can happen without an apology.

  E: Forgiving can lead us away from the past hurt.

  18. Paragraph 3 ()

  A: Forgiving should be at safe time.

  B: Forgiving is not to deny what happened.

  C: Forgiving is not to free someone from blame.

  D: Forgiving can happen without an apology.

  E: Forgiving can lead us away from the past hurt.19. Paragraph 4 ()

  A: Forgiving should be at safe time.

  B: Forgiving is not to deny what happened.

  C: Forgiving is not to free someone from blame.

  D: Forgiving can happen without an apology.

  E: Forgiving can lead us away from the past hurt.

  20. You may forgive someone ().

  A: you may not become friends

  B: to offer forgiveness

  C: who are still dangerous to you

  D: who wronged you long time ago

  E: you may never get rid of emotional pain

  F: who only forgive those showing regret

  G: for being forgiven

  21. There is no fixed time ().

  A: you may not become friends

  B: to offer forgiveness

  C: who are still dangerous to you

  D: who wronged you long time ago

  E: you may never get rid of emotional pain

  F: who only forgive those showing regret

  G: for being forgiven

  22. Even if you've forgiven someone, ().

  A: you may not become friends

  B: to offer forgiveness

  C: who are still dangerous to you

  D: who wronged you long time ago

  E: you may never get rid of emotional pain

  88F: who only forgive those showing regret

  G: for being forgiven

  23. Don't rush to forgive those ().

  A: you may not become friends

  B: to offer forgiveness

  C: who are still dangerous to you

  D: who wronged you long time ago

  E: you may never get rid of emotional pain

  F: who only forgive those showing regret

  G: for being forgiven

  24. Some people apologize merely ().

  A: you may not become friends

  B: to offer forgiveness

  C: who are still dangerous to you

  D: who wronged you long time ago

  E: you may never get rid of emotional pain

  F: who only forgive those showing regret

  G: for being forgiven

  25. If you expect an apology, ().

  A: you may not become friends

  B: to offer forgiveness

  C: who are still dangerous to you

  D: who wronged you long time ago

  E: you may never get rid of emotional pain

  F: who only forgive those showing regret

  G: for being forgiven

  第四部分:填句补文(第 26~ 30 题,每题 2 分,共 10 分)

  下面的短文有 5 处空白,短文后有 6 个句子,其中 5 个取自短文,请根据短文内容将其分别放回原有位置,以恢复文章原貌,请将所选项对应的字母写在答题卡上。

  Natural Resources

  Throughout history, people have often selected where they want to live based on the natural resources that are available in the area. ____26____ Some of these resources include water, food sources such as fruits and vegetables, and animals that can be caught or hunted.

  A region’s natural resources determine the way of life of its people. ____27____ On the other hand, poor soil will either send people looking for better places, or attract people with other purposes for the land, such as setting up businesses or factories. ____28____ People who wish to make a living as fishermen can do so by the ocean, but cannot do so in the desert. Desert people have many traditional and unique foods, which cannot be found in the forest. Each area attracts people based on their interests and purposes.

  Areas that have rich water resources will naturally have more people. Traditionally, villages, towns and cities built near water have been the most successful. People there are able to use the water resources to meet their daily needs. ____29____ Places that are hard to reach, such as high mountains or dry deserts, will have fewer people living in them. ____30____ For too long, people have destroyed natural resources, using up those resources that cannot be easily replaced. On the earth, we are lucky to have many resources that are renewable, such as sun, wind, water, and trees. As more and more focus is placed on the use of renewable resources, it will become easier to protect our planet from further harm.

  A: It is easy to find new resources in nature.

  B: Renewable resources are those that can be replaced easily.

  C: While you may not think of oceans as natural resources, they are.

  D: For example, regions with rich soil can support farming societies.

  E: They can also use the water to help them move goods to other areas.

  F: Natural resources are useful to people, and they come from the earth.

  第五部分:填词补文(第 31~ 40 题,每题 1.5 分,共 15 分)

  下面的短文有 10 处空白,短文后列出 12 个词,其中 10 个取自短文,请根据短文内容将其分别放回原有位置,以恢复文章原貌。请将所选项对应的字母写在答题卡上。

  Choosing Friends

  In our daily life, it's nice to have friends. While family is ____31____ important, friends are a different support system of your choosing. As the ____32____ goes, "You can,'t choose your family, but you can choose your friends. "Choosing them wisely can ____33____ your life more exciting and inspiring.

  Deciding whom you choose as your friends says as much about you as it does them. You may choose your friends ____34____on similar interests. You may choose them because you're opposites of each other and find this interesting. Often, friends become"friends"because they are naturally attracted towards each other due to ____35____ personalities. Sometimes it's just circumstances that bring two individuals together who then become friends.

  Whatever prompts a friendship, developing one is a very ____36____experience. This is especially true when, before you know it, a certain ____37____ turns into a unique lifelong close friendship. Again, it's been said that a person ____38____has only a couple of very close friends in their life. Think of whom you ____39____ as truly close friends. These are those few individuals you can ____40____ and share deep thoughts and concerns with.

  A: saying B: make C: normally D: similar E: trust F: relied G: consider H: relationship I: speech J: rewarding K: based L: extremely

  第六部分:完形补文(第 41~ 50 题,每题 1.5 分,共 15 分)

  下面的短文有 10 处空白,每处空白后的括号内有一个词,请根据短文内容将其正确的形式填入文中,以恢复文章原貌,并将答案写在答题卡上。以 ( Whether you are a waiter (wait) or a doctor, your job is about serving others and making their life better.)为范例。

  Be Grateful

  Whether you are a waiter (wait) or a doctor, your job is about serving others and making their life better. We have all __41__(have) experiences where someone91__42__(work) in their job has lifted us up and made a __43__(different) to our day or brought us down and made our day worse. We have all met __44__(real) wonderful people cleaning floors. We have also met people who are not so wonderful but have __45__ (amaze) jobs. So whatever you do, be grateful. This doesn’t mean you have to stay in a job you don’t like,but it __46__(help) you develop a more positive attitude. You may not like your job, but you can enjoy being with your __47__ (colleague). This is something to be __48__ (thank) for. When you practise __49__ (grateful), it allows you to develop a more useful outlook and be __50__ (happy) at your work.

  第七部分:短文写作(第 51 题,30 分)

  请根据所提供材料中的要求完成一篇 100 词左右的英文写作任务。将答案写在答题卡上。

  某英文报社正在举办题为“Watching Movies at Home or in a Cinema”的征文活动。请就此题目写一篇英文短文应征,内容包括:

  (1)你喜欢在家还是在电影院看电影。

  (2)理由是什么。

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