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一、2024年春江苏开放大学大学英语b1第四次形考作业单选题答案

1、D-1到D-15是未完成的句子,考核所学词汇与语法知识点,针对每个句子中未完成的部分有4个选项,请从A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。

D-1. —— Excuse me, how much is the T-shirt?

        —— It’s 100 Yuan. _____

A、The price is OK for you.

B、Would you like to try it on?

C、Which one do you prefer?  

D、How do you like them? 

学生答案:B

2、D-2. —— We are going to have a party tonight. Would you like to join us?

  —— ____.

A、I’m afraid not, I can’t miss my evening class.

B、No, of course not.

C、That’s all right.

D、Surely not. I have no idea.

学生答案:A

3、D-3. The police are trying to find out the _____ of the bank robber.

A、evidencE

B、identity

C、 recognition

D、identification

学生答案:B

4、D-4. I often watch the boys _____ basketball on the weekend.

A、play

B、to play  

C、playing

D、played

学生答案:A

5、D-5. How much has our company _____ last year?   

A、brought in

B、brought down

C、brought out

D、brought about

学生答案:A

6、D-6. You look tired. Do you _____ a rest?

A、like having

B、feel like having

C、like have

D、feel like have

学生答案:B

7、D-7. There at the door stood a girl about the same height _____.

A、as you 

B、as your

C、as yours

D、with yours 

学生答案:C

8、D-8. When the subway is completed, we _____ get to downtown area easily. 

A、must

B、would

C、are able to

D、will be able to

学生答案:D

9、D-9. Look! _____

A、Here the bus comes

B、Here the bus is coming

C、Here comes the bus 

D、Here is coming the bus

学生答案:C

10、D-10. Most of the artists _____ to the party were from America.

A、invited 

B、to invite

C、being invited

D、had been invited

学生答案:A

11、D-11. It is the ability to do the job _____ matters not where you come from or what you arE

A、this

B、that

C、what

D、it

学生答案:B

12、D-12. The crazy fans _____ patiently for two hours and they would wait till the movie star arrived.

A、were waiting

B、had been waiting

C、had waited

D、would wait

学生答案:B

13、D-13. He is one of the boys who _____ here on time. He is the only one of the boys who _____ here on time.

A、has come; have come   

B、have come; has come 

C、has come; has come 

D、have come; have come 

学生答案:B

14、D-14. The reason _____ she accepted our suggestion is that she believes in us.

A、that

B、which

C、why

D、as

学生答案:C

15、D-15. There is no use _____. We should solve the problem.

A、Argue

B、arguing

C、argued

D、to argue

学生答案:B

二、2024年春江苏开放大学大学英语b1第四次形考作业阅读题答案

16、D-31至D-40为完型填空题,阅读材料中共包含10个未完成的句子,针对每个句子中空缺部分有4个选项,请从A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。

           Farley worked for the Canadian government. One day, he was D-31 to learn more about wolves. Do wolves kill lots of caribou(北美驯鹿)? Do they kill people?

           They gave him lots of food and clothes and guns. Then they put him on a plane and took him to D-32. The plane put him down and went away. There were no houses or people in this place. But there were lots of animals and lots of wolves.

           People tell terrible stories about wolves. They say wolves like to kill and eat people. Farley remembered these stories, and he was D-33. He had his gun with him D-34.

          Then one day, he saw a group of wolves. There was a mother wolf with four baby wolves. A father wolf and another young wolf lived with them.

          Farley watched these wolves every day. The mother was a very D-35 mother. She gave milk to her babies. She gave them lessons about life. They learned how to D-36  food. The father wolf got food for the mother. The young wolf  D-37 the children. They were a nice, happy family—wolf family! Farley did not need his D-38 anymore. In a short time, he got on well with the family. Farley watched them for five months. He learned that many stories about the wolves were D-39. Wolves do not eat people, and they do not eat many large animals. And he also learned bad things about men. It was men who killed many caribou and wolves.

          Later, Farley wrote a book about wolves. He wanted people to D-40 them and not to kill them.

D-31. Which one is the best to fill in the blank?

A、seen

B、told

C、heard

D、found

学生答案:B

17、阅读D-31题干中材料,完成本题。

D-32. Which one is the best to fill in the blank?

A、a small town

B、a big city

C、a far place

D、a lonely village

学生答案:C

18、阅读D-31题干中材料,完成本题。

D-33. Which one is the best to fill in the blank?

A、Afraid

B、happy

C、angry

D、tired

学生答案:A

19、阅读D-31题干中材料,完成本题。

D-34.Which one is the best to fill in the blank?

A、at times

B、all the time

C、once a week

D、every afternoon

学生答案:B

20、阅读D-31题干中材料,完成本题。

D-35.Which one is the best to fill in the blank?

A、BaD

B、gooD

C、hungry

D、thirsty

学生答案:B

21、阅读D-31题干中材料,完成本题。

D-36. Which one is the best to fill in the blank?

A、cook

B、make

C、get

D、pick

学生答案:C

22、阅读D-31题干中材料,完成本题。

D-37. Which one is the best to fill in the blank?

A、shouted at

B、looked into

C、laughed at 

D、played with

学生答案:D

23、阅读D-31题干中材料,完成本题。

D-38. Which one is the best to fill in the blank?

A、food

B、clothes

C、gun

D、plane

学生答案:C

24、阅读D-31题干中材料,完成本题。

D-39.Which one is the best to fill in the blank?

A、not good

B、not truE

C、not easy

D、not clear

学生答案:B

25、阅读D-31题干中材料,完成本题。

D-40.Which one is the best to fill in the blank?

A、grow

B、have

C、teach

D、understand

学生答案:D

26、D-41到D-45是5个英文句子,针对每个英文句子有4个选项,请从A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出翻译的最佳选项。

D-41. The focus is to prepare them for a position as the general manager of a location, overseeing the marketing and sales campaigns.

A、我们的重点是培养他们做好准备去担任一个地区的总经理,监管市场营销和销售活动。

B、我们看重的是他们能否真正走上总经理的位置,具有掌控海外市场的营销大局的能力。

C、我们要做好接受他们成为地区总经理的准备,全面设计和规划海外市场以及营销大局。

D、我们的目标是做好准备让他们担任一个分部的总经理,监管海外的市场和销售活动。

学生答案:A

27、D-42. These programs are important to business success and will also contribute to the community at large.

A、这些重要项目都是为了兴办企业的,这也会对社区有很大的促进。

B、这些规划对于商业成功十分重要,并有助于将其成果奉献给社会。

C、这些程序的成功与做生意一样重要,并且有益于扩大社区的规模。

D、这些项目对商业的成功至关重要,还会在总体上对社区做出贡献。

学生答案:D

28、D-43. Once we get these details in order, we should be ready to present our final report to the president.

A、—旦我们把这些细节问题整理好,就应该可以把最终报告呈交给董事长了。

B、—旦将这些具体细节处理妥当,我们就要准备需呈交给董事长的最后报告。

C、一旦我们有条不紊地落实好订货单,就应该去准备呈交董事长的总结报告。

D、—旦收到详细的订单,我们就应着手准备董事长要做的最后的决算报告了。

学生答案:A

29、D-44. Buyers and sellers will find the latest property prices, photos, and home selling information on our leading website!

A、我们的主网站欢迎买卖双方都上传你们的最新信息,包括资产价格、图片和房屋出售等。

B、为方便买主和卖主间的沟通,我们建立了房屋资产买卖网页,欢迎大家登录我们的网站。

C、在我们的主网站上,买家和卖家都可以查到最新的房产价格、照片以及房屋出售等信息。

D、我们为买主和卖主建立了营销网页,提供的资产价格和房屋出售等信息都会及时地更新。

学生答案:C

30、D-45. We have been doing business with you for many years and hope that you will make the best offer for us.

A、我们期待能够与你们建立起贸易关系,以合理的价格做生意。

B、我们同你们有多年的生意往来,希望能够给予我们最佳报价。

C、我们多年来一直与你们有生意往来,都是以最低价进行交易。

D、我们之间的友好往来已经持续多年,希望以后能够降价供货。

学生答案:B

1、D-Passage OnE、阅读所给材料。短文后有5个问题,请从A、B、C、D四个选项中选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。

        As a volunteer, John Apollos is losing weight-the old-fashioned way-by eating less. Apollos has lowered his daily caloric intake 25% over the past eight months. The fat, not surprisingly, has melted away. But that’s not the real reason Apollos and the other participants in the program are eating only three-quarters of what they used to. The researchers are trying to determine whether restricting food intake can slow the ageing process and extend our lifespan. “I feel better and lighter and healthier,” says Apollos. “But if it could help you live longer, that would be pretty amazing.”

        The idea is counterintuitive: If we eat to live, how can starving ourselves add years to our lives? Yet decades of calorie-restriction studies involving organisms ranging from microscopic yeast to rats have shown just that. Last July a long-term study led by researchers at the University of Wisconsin, found that calorie restriction seemed to extend the lives of humanlike rhesus monkeys(恒河猴)as well. The hungry primates fell victim to diabetes, heart and brain disease and cancer much less frequently than their well-fed counterparts did.

        Scientists have suspected that calorie restriction could extend the lifespan of animals since at least 1935, when researchers at Cornell University noticed that severely food-restricted lab rats lived twice as long as normal ones and were healthier. Other investigators began exploring the idea and learned that the secret is not merely a matter of body weight.

        One theory is that a state of slight hunger acts as a mild but constant stressor that makes an organism stronger and more resistant to the ills of ageing. Taking in fewer calories also slows metabolism(新陈代谢)and some data indicate that humans with a slower metabolism live longer. But even if these theories are correct, simply defining the mechanism is not the same as identifying the molecular pathways behind it. If researchers could determine those pathways, they might be able to pharmacologically mimic(模仿)the effect of calorie restriction. That could be the ultimate benefit of the calorie study. “Calorie restriction is pretty much the only thing out there that we know will not just prevent disease but also extend maximal lifespan,”says Dr. Marc Hellerstein, a nutritionist at the University of California.

1、The purpose of keeping diet for John Apollos and other participants is to_____.

A、lose weight in order to keep slim

B、prove how long people can survive if they lack food

C、prove if eating less food can extend lifespan and keep young

D、just keep a good mood and live a healthier life

学生答案:C

2、What’s the meaning of “counterintuitive” (Line 1,Para.2)?

A、Unconventional.

B、Incorrect.

C、Comprehensible.

D、Meaningless.

学生答案:A

3、What does the research on rhesus monkeys imply?

A、The less people eat, the shorter they will live.

B、Calorie restriction can help people suffer fewer diseases.

C、People who often feel hungry can live longer.

D、Humans depend on calories to stay alive.

学生答案:B

4、From Dr. Marc Hellerstein’s words, we can infer that _________.

A、people who are thin can survive longer than those who aren’t

B、effective calorie restriction makes us healthier and live longer

C、keeping diet cannot help people keep fit or live longer

D、a state of hunger is beneficial for our health

学生答案:B

5、What is the main idea of this passage?

A、People should be thin in order to live longer.

B、Keeping calorie restriction effectively makes one live longer.

C、Eating too much is really harmful to our health.

D、People should form a good diet habit in daily life.

学生答案:D

2、D-Passage Two

阅读所给材料。短文后有5个问题,请从A、B、C、D四个选项中选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。

        You may know the feeling. It’s the late afternoon, and you still haven’t left the house. You’ve spent the last several hours on your phone, scrolling through your Facebook news feed, refreshing Twitter and watching YouTube videos. A smartphone might feel like it’s keeping you connected, but it can also be a way of secluding yourself.

        Data from a recent study conducted by researchers at Northwestern University’s Feinberg School of Medicine found that the scenario described above—high volume of phone use and a static(静止的)geographic location—could be linked to depression. The study, published in The Journal of Medical Internet Research, also found that depressed people, on average, spend more time on the phone than non-depressed people.

        People are likely, when on their phones, to avoid thinking about things that are troubling, painful feelings or difficult relationships,” said David Mohr, one of the study’s senior authors and a professor of behavioral psychology at Northwestern, in a statement. “It’s an avoidance behavior we see in depression.” Mohr also pointed out that depressed people tend to withdraw emotionally and avoid going out—behaviors that are arguably facilitated by the constant entertainment stream available on smartphones.

        The study’s participants consisted of a mix of people with and without prior depression. They completed a questionnaire describing their symptoms before agreeing to have their phone use monitored for two weeks. Using GPS, the researchers tracked their location and the amount of time they spent on the phone. They were then able to identify which participants were depressed using the aggregated phone data, with 87 percent accuracy.

        Sohrob Saeb, a research fellow at Northwestern, said in the release that phones could be more reliable for diagnosing depression than traditional methods. In standard industry practice, patients are often asked to describe their symptoms by indicating how sad they are on a scale of 1 to 10. According to Saeb, the release reported, these responses can be rote and unreliable. In contrast, the study found, a smartphone can unobtrusively(不引人注目地)and accurately measure a patient’s daily activity, providing data that could trigger a health care provider to recognize the need for an intervention.

1、What is the author’s opinion about using a smartphone?

A、It is only a tool to contact people.

B、It makes people feel lonely.

C、It does great harm to health.

D、It keeps people apart from others.

学生答案:D

2、What can be learned from the study conducted by researchers at Northwestern University?

A、Too much time spent on phones leads to depression.

B、Depressed people tend to spend more time on phones than others.

C、Spending more time on phones can help cure depression.

D、Non-depressed people spend little time on their phones.

学生答案:B

3、According to Mohr, why do depressed people focus on phones?

A、They tend to temporarily forget about unhappiness.

B、They feel entertained and amused by phones.

C、They do not have many friends to hang out with.

D、They find confidence and happiness from the phones.

学生答案:A

4、What do we know about traditional methods for diagnosing depression?

A、Patients’ location is monitored by GPS.

B、Patients describe their symptoms in words.

C、Patients complete a questionnaire to describe symptoms.

D、Patients indicate their sadness on a scale of 1 to 10.

学生答案:D

5、Patients’ daily activities can be measured by smartphones so that  ________.

A、they can adjust their living habits if necessary

B、 their family and friends can know them better

C、they can get timely health care if needeD

D、they will do their best under the monitoring

学生答案:C

3、D-Passage ThreE、阅读所给材料。短文后有5个问题,请从A、B、C、D四个选项中选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。

        People tend to have one of three beliefs about the meaning of work and which category you fall into largely depends on your parents, according to new research from the University of Michigan. Workers who are job-oriented are those just trying to make a living who much prefer the activities they pursue outside of the office. Career-oriented adults—your typical  “workaholic” —value the social status and prestige(声望)that comes with professional achievement, and derive much of their identity from their jobs. Calling-oriented people do work that they are passionate about because they want to have a positive impact on the world.

        In the first empirical(以实验为依据的)study into how these orientations originate, researchers found that how adolescents(青少年)perceive their parents’ work ethic is central to the development of their own work attitudes.

        It’s not a straightforward transfer of values. People who perceive their father to have a strong career-orientation are more likely to be career-oriented themselves—but career-determined mothers have no effect on their kids’ work orientation. The researchers attributed this to generational gender norms. When he study’s participants were teenagers, mostly in the 1980s, men were more commonly employed outside of the home and were more likely than women to hold “career”  jobs with opportunity for advancement.

        Mothers do have a notable effect on whether children have a job-orientation mentality. Adolescents who are close to their mothers are less likely to view work as just a job when they grow up, probably because they’ve been raised to value social, rather than instrumental, life experiences.

        Having both parents display the same work ethic has an amplified(增强的)influence, but only in the case of calling-oriented offspring (子女). As our capitalist society favors money and professional achievement, a child with two calling-oriented parents is more likely to have the confidence to ignore these societal pressures and pursue her dreams.

        Children can affect their parents’ work ethic, too. Allowing people to bring their children into the office has been shown to boost efficiency and productivity—and could help raise that next generation of career-oriented workers.

1、What does the author say about a typical workaholic?

A、They have low identification with their job.

B、They view their work only as a means of living.

C、They believe their work will have a positive influence.

D、They value the respect for what they do.

学生答案:D

2、What plays a vital part in the forming of teenagers’ work attitudes?

A、Their perception of their parents’ work ethic.

B、Their growing environment.

C、The industries that their parents are in.

D、Their role models.

学生答案:A

3、Why do career-oriented fathers have more influence than career-determined mothers on children’s work attitude?

A、Because fathers have more authority than mothers in a family.

B、Because children spent more time with fathers when they were teenagers.

C、Because most of the participants’ fathers were more likely to have career jobs than their mothers.

D、Because children perceive their fathers’  work attitude more strongly than their mothers’.

学生答案:C

4、Why are children who are close to mothers less likely to be job-oriented?

A、Because their mothers are not job-oriented.

B、Because their mothers value instrumental life experiences.

C、Because they are raised to be career- or calling-oriented.

D、Because they attach importance to social life experiences.

学生答案:D

5、Which is the benefit of allowing people to bring their children into the office?

A、It enables parents to take care of their children at work.

B、It helps children to become career-oriented workers.

C、It increases the time children spend with their parents.

D、It enables children to be familiar with what their parents do.

学生答案:B

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