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2011年广东学位英语考试试题及答案(2)

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32.If it ____ too much trouble, I'd love a cup of tea.
A) isn't     B) wasn't      C) weren't     D) hadn't been
33.The population of many Alaskan cities has ____ doubled in the past three years.
A)larger than     B)as great as     C)more than     D)as many as
34.All that can be done ____.
A)have been done      B)have done     C)has done     D)has been done
35.A person beating a drum or blowing a trumpet causes vibrations in the air ____ sound waves.
A) calls     B) called     C) is called     D) are called
36.These national parks are very important for preserving many animals, who would ____ run the risk of becoming extinct.
A) otherwise     B) nevertheless     C) therefore      D) instead
37.They had an accident on the road and didn't ____ at their hotel until after midnight.
A) show off     B) check in     C) check out     D) drop out
38.After his leave Tom went back on duty to ____ his soldiers.
A) put in charge of     B) be charged with     C) be taken in charge by    D) take charge of
39.The three rows at the front are ____ for guests.
A) conserved     B) deposited     C) reserved     D) stored
40.One thing it's safe to say about robots is that anything you can write about them will already be ____ by the time it's read. That's how fast robot technology is developing.
A) out of order     B) out of date     C) out of control     D) out of sight
41.The autumn air felt ____ so he went to fetch a coat.
A) cool     B) severe     C) harsh     D) chilly
42.A managing director cannot expect to have much time to ____ to purely personal matters.
A) reserve     B) spare     C) concentrate     D) devote
43.His enthusiasm for the plan seems to have ____, for he never speaks about it any more.
A) worn off     B) got down     C) fallen out      D) used up
44.With the spring here you can ____ these ski boots till you need them again next winter.
A)put away     B)get rid of     C) give away     D)do away with
45.No artistic creation can achieve greatness if ____ from life.
A) resulted     B) escaped     C) divorced     D) shielded
46.The Petersons have a very ____ daughter. She is always running and jumping.
A) quiet      B) vigorous     C) naughty     D) mischievous
47.If you like a large print of your photograph we can blow it ____ for you.
A) up     B) through     C) out     D) over
48.The speaker agreed to ____ from the position that he had just stated.
A) return      B) jump     C) withdraw     D) retreat
49.Some hobbies can only be ____ by rich people.
A) taken in     B) taken on     C) taken up     D) taken over
50.I think it is only by a ____ of imagination that you say you have seen a ghost.
A) pinch     B) lack     C) shortage     D) stretch
Part Reading Comprehension (45 points, 50 minutes)
Directions: There are 6 passages in this part. Each passage is followed by some questions or unfinished statements. For each of them there are four choices marked A), B), C) and D). You should decide on the best choice and mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the centre.
Passage 1
Question 51 to 55 are based on the following passage:
Censorship (审查制度) is for the good of society as a whole. Imagine what chaos there would be if we lived in a society without laws. Like the law, censorship contributes to the common good.
Some people think that it is disgraceful that a censor should interfere with works of art. Who is this person, they say, to ban this great book or cut that great film? No one can set himself up as a superior being. But we must remember two things. Firstly, where genuine works of art are concerned, modern censors are extremely liberal in their views----often far more liberal than a large section of the public. Artistic merit is something which censors clearly recognize. And secondly, we must bear in mind that the great proportion of books, plays and films which come before the censor are very far from being "works of art".
When discussing censorship, therefore, we should not confine our attention to great masterpieces, but should consider the vast numbers of publications and films which make up the bulk (大部分) of the entertainment industry. When censorship laws are relaxed, dishonest people are given a licence to produce virtually anything in the name of "art". There is an increasing tendency to equate "artistic" with "pornographic" (色情的).So one of the great things that censorship does is to prevent certain people from making fat profits by corrupting the minds of others. Society would really be poorer if it deprived itself of the wise counsel and the restraining influence which a censor provides.

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