2016年职称英语考试卫生类A级模拟试题

标签:2016年职称英语考试卫生类A级模拟试题发布时间:2015/12/19 17:19:00

第 1 部分:词汇选项(第1-15 题,每题1 分,共15 分)

下面每个句子中均有1 个词或短语画有底横线,请为每处画线部分确定1 个意义最为接近的选项。

1. For nearly half an hour cars on the highway were stationary.

A. accelerating B. not moving C. slowing d o w n D. reversing

2. The curious look from the strangers around her ma d e her feel uneasy.

A. difficult B. worried C. anxious D. unhappy

3. It is said that the houses along this street will soon be demolished.

A. pulled d o w n B. rebuilt C. renovated D. whitewashed

4. The advertising company was surprised by the adverse public reaction to the poster.

A. delayed B. quick C. positive

5. H e began his talk by giving a concise definition of post-modernism.

A. long and detailed B. short and clear C. comprehensive

6. The staffs of the company are always courteous and helpful.

A. efficient B. respectable C. well-informed

7. The n e w job will provide you with invaluable experience.

A. simply useless B. really practical C. very little

8. The whole idea to build a deluxe hotel here sounds insane to me.

A. reasonable B. sensible C. crazy

9. In his two-hour-long lecture he m a d e an exhaustive analysis of the issue.

A. extremely thorough B. long and baring C. superficial D. unconvincing

10. We all think that the new device he has proposed is ingenious.

A. effective B. clever C. implausible D. original

11. Reading the job ad, he wondered whether he was eligible to apply for it.

A. competitive B. diligent C. qualified D. competent

12. He impressed all his colleagues as a vigorous m a n in the prime of his career.

A. hot-tempered B. healthy C. friendly D. patient

13. Not all member states abided by the principle they had agreed on previously.

A. adhered to B. abandoned C. applied D. adopted

14. Examination papers of the class were marked without bias.

A. immediately B. correctly C. fairly D. carefully

15. The construction of the railway is said to have been terminated.

A. resumed B. put an end to C. suspended D. re-scheduled

第 2 部分:阅读判断(第 1 6-2 2 题,每题 1 分,共 7 分)

下面的短文后列出了7 个句子,请根据短文的内容对每个句子做出判断:如果该句提供的是正确信息,请选择A ; 如果该句提供的是错误信息,请选择B ; 如果该句的信息文中没有提及,请选择C 。

Reading or Pleasure

The first thing I want to insist on is that reading should be enjoyable. O f course, there are m a n y books that we all have to read, either to pass examinations or to acquire information, from which it is impossible to extract enjoyment. W e are reading them for instruction, and the best w e can hope is that our need for it will enable us to get through them without tedium. Such books w e read unwillingly rather than willingly. But that is not the sort of reading I have in mind. The books I shall mention in due course will help you neither to get a degree nor to earn your living, they will not teach you to sail a boat or run a stopped motor, but they will help you to live more fiilly.However, they cannot do unless you enjoy reading them.

Every man is his o w n best critic. Whatever the learned say about a book, however unanimous they are in their praise of it, unless it interests you, it is no business of yours. Don’t forget that critics often make mistakes; the history of criticism is full of the serious mistakes some of them have made, and you are the final judge of the value to you of the book you are reading. This, of course, applies to the books I a m going to r e c ommend to your attention.

We are none of us exactly like everyone else, only rather like, and it would be unreasonable to suppose that the books that have meant a great deal to me should be precisely those that will m e a n a great deal to you. If any of you w h o are not interested in the books I introduce to you, just put them down; they will be of no service to you if you do not enjoy them. N o one is under an obligation to read poetry, fiction or literature. H e must read them for pleasure, and w h o can claim that what pleases one m a n must necessarily please another?

16. The first thing I want to insist on is that reading should be pleasant.

A. Right B. W r o n g C. Not mentioned

17. Whatever the learned say about a book, however unanimous they are in their praise of it, unless it interests

you, it is no business of yours.

A. Right B. W r o n g C. Not mentioned

18. W e are reading them for interests, and the best w e can hope is that our need for it will enable us to get

through them without tedium.

A. Right B. W r o n g C. Not mentioned

19. It would be reasonable to suppose that the books that have meant a great deal to m e should be precisely

those that will m e a n a great deal to you.

A. Right B. W r o n g C. Not mentioned

20. N o one is forced to read poetry or fiction or novels.

A. Right B. W r o n g C. Not mentioned

21. The author likes reading various kinds of books

A. Right B. W r o n g C. Not mentioned

22. If you d o n ’t like to read certain books, it means that they are of no service to you.

A. Right B. W r o n g C. Not mentioned

第 3 部分: 概括大意与完成句子(第 2 3-3 0 题,每题 1 分,共 8 分)

下面的短文后有2 项测试任务:( 1 ) 第 2 3-2 6 题要求从所给的6 个选项中为第1、3 、 4 、 7 段每段选

择 1 个最佳标题;( 2 ) 第 2 7-3 0 题要求从所给的6 个选项中为每个句子确定1 个最佳选项。

More Rural Research Is needed

1 Agricultural research funding is Vital if the world is to feed itself better than it does now. Dr. Tony Fischer,crop scientist, said demand was growing at 2.5% per year, but with m o d e m technologies and the development of new ones, the world should be able to stay ahead.

2 “The global decline in investment in international agricultural research must be reversed if significant progress is to be made towards reducing malnutrition and poverty,” he said.

3 Research is needed to solve food production, land degradation and environmental problems. Secure local food supplies led to economic growth which in turn slowed population growth Dr. Fischer painted a picture of the world’s ability to feed itself in the first 25 years, w h e n the world’s population is expected to rise from 5.8 to 8 billion people. H e said that things will probably hold or improve but there ’11 still be a lot of hungry people. The biggest concentration of poor and hungry people would be in sub-Saharan Africa and southern Asia in 2020 similar

to the current pattern. If there is any change, a slight improvement will be seen in southern Asia, but not in sub-Saharan Africa. The major improvement will be in East Asia, South America and South-East Asia.

4 The developing world was investing about 0.5%, or $8 billion a year, of its agricultural gross domestic product(GDP) on research, and the developed world was spending 2.5% of its GDS Dr. Fischer said more was needed from all countries.

5 He said crop research could produce technologies that spread across m a n y countries, such as wheat production research having spin-offs for Mexico, China or India.

6 “Technologies still need to be refined for the local conditions but a lot of the strategic research can have global application, so that money can be used very efficiently,” Dr. Fischer said.

7 Yields of rice, wheat and maize have grown impressively in the past 30 years, especially in developing countries. For example, maize production rose from 2-8 tonnes per hectare between 1950 and 1995. But technologies driving this growth, such as high-yield varieties, fertilizers, and irrigation, were becoming exhausted.“If you want to save the land for non-agricultural activities, for forests and wildlife, you ’re going to have to increase yield,” Dr. Fischer said.

23. Paragraph 1

24. Paragraph 3

25. Paragraph 4

26. Paragraph 7

A. The Same or Improved Food Supply Situation in 2020

B. Research Focus on Increased Yield

C. More Research Funding Needed

D. Local Situations Analyzed

E. Increase in Investment on Agricultural Research

F. Sustained Development of Modem Technologies

27. Dr. Fischer claims that agriculture will continue to develop_____ .

28. Land can be saved for other purposes _____ .

29. The investment can be regarded as efficient _____ .

30. The global decrease in investment should he changed_____.

A if we can drive yield up

B when Mexico, China and India join in the project

C if we want to fight against malnutrition and poverty

D when we use modem technologies and develop new ones

E when the developed world help the developing world

F when strategic research can be utilized worldwide

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