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第七套:英语四级预测模拟题及下载

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  2019年上半年英语四级考试时间还有不到两个月,要开始做四级模拟题了,这部分尤其重要,考生备考阶段都需要做几套预测模拟题,练练考试感觉,另外,英语四级模拟题下载可以到文都网校四六级频道。

  英语四级预测模拟题及下载

 

  PartⅠ Writing (答题时间30分钟)

  Directions: For this part, you are allowed 30 minutes to write a composition on the topic." One Way to Solve the Problem. You should write at least 120 words according to the outline given below in Chinese."

  1.机动车被看作是空气污染的首要原因

  2.提出解决这一问题的方法

  3.并说明原因

  PartⅡ listening comprehension

  Section A (three news reports)略

  Section B (two long conversations)略

  Section C (three passages)略

  PartⅢ reading comprehension(答题时间共40分钟)

  Section A

  Questions 47 to 56 are based on the following passage.

  During sleep, the fatigue (疲劳 ) of the body 47 and recuperation (恢复 begins. The tired mind gathers new energy.

  Once awake, the memory improves, and annoyance and problems are seen in a better 48 .

  Some adults require little sleep; others need eight to ten hours in every twenty-four. __49__ sleep sixteen to eighteen hours daily and, as they grow older, the 50__ gradually diminishes. Young students may need twelve hours; university students may need ten. A worker with a 51 demanding job may also need ten, whereas an executive worker under great pressure may manage on six to eight. Many famous people are reputed to have required little sleep. Napoleon, Thomas Edison and Charles Darwin apparently 52 only four to six hours a night.

  Whatever your 53 need, you can be sure that by the age of thirty you will have slept for a total of more than twelve years. By that age you will also have developed a sleep __54 a favorite hour, a favorite bed, a favorite position, and a formula

  you need to follow in order to rest comfortably.

  Investigators have tried to find out how long a person can go without sleep. Several people have reached more than 115 hours, nearly five days, 55 animals kept awake for from five to eight days have died of exhaustion. The __55_ for haman

  beings is probably about a week.

  注意:此部分试题请在答题卡2上作答,

  Section B

  空

  Section C

  Directions: There are 2 passages in this section. Each passage is followed by some questions orunfinished statements. For each of them there are four choices marked A, B, C andD . You should decide on the best choice and mark the corresponding letter on AnswerSheet 2 with a single line through the centre.

  Passage One

  Questions 57 to 61 are based on the following passage.

  Americans are a very energetic and mobile people, always on the run, rushing from one appointment to another, from a PTA meeting to a social planning committee. They have very little time to spend preparing elaborate everyday meals to be eaten at leisure. In many homes it is rare for the whole family to sit down at supper together. Clubs and commitments force them to grab a quick meal rather than a sit-down supper.

  When they do have the chance to eat at home often the working housewife prefers to prepare meals which can be quickly heated and consumed. It is no wonder, therefore, that America has become a sanctuary for fast food consumption.

  This great transformation occurred after World War II when many women began to work full-time jobs and were spending less time at home with their families. Women, however, wanted to function well in the capacity of home-maker, as well as that of career woman but time became a precious commodity which had to be carefully used.

  Therefore, it was necessary to make her life easier at home in the preparation of the family dinner. Simultaneously with women entering the job market there was also a shifting of the focus of home entertainment from the radio to the television.

  Television became the latest fad in the fifties and no one wanted to miss his or her favorite televised program. The place for the evening’s supper shifted from the dining room to the living room.

  As the customs changed, so did the culture. The immediate solution for this was the invention of the TV dinner. These were frozen meals which were sectioned off into portions of meat and vegetables. They could easily be popped into an oven and prepared within minutes. The tin trays in which they were served were conveniently carried into the living room and dinner was consamed in front of a TV set. Cleaning up afterwards was no problem. The tin trays were easily tossed into the garbage.

  From fast dinners at home the next step was quick eating while on the road. At this time also the love for TV was combined with the fascination for the automobile. It is not odd that with the development of the superhighways America saw the beginning of fast food chains. McDonald’s paved the way with its variety of burgers and shakes soon to be followed by all kinds of other foods. Today dozens of fast-food chain franchises can be found along highways, in modem shopping malls and scattered throughout neighborhoods in America. Taco Bell, Pizza Hut, Roy Roger’s, Burger King and Wendy’s are just a few of the fast-food chains which are now part of American culture. They offer chicken, donuts, tacos and pizza, all quickly produced in great quantities for the masses. These establishments have given shape to the modern lifestyles and diet of the American people.

  注意:此部分试题请在答题卡2上作答。

  57. Why Americans cannot eat elaborately prepared meals at leisure?

  [A] Because they don’t like cooking themselves,

  [B] Because there are more choices in the restaurants.

  [C] Because they have many things to do.

  [D] Because they can do nothing at leisure.

  58. Americans have been the consumers of fast food since

  [A] many women began to work full-time jobs

  [B] the invention of fast food

  [C] few women would like to be homemakers any more

  [D] the great reform after World War II

  59. Americans began to have supper in the living rooms because of

  [A] the attraction of the radio

  [B] their preference in fast food

  [C] the shift of home focus

  [D] the attraction of the television

  60. The fast food chains began to flourish with __

  [A] the development of the shopping malls

  [B] the development of the superhighways

  [C] the beginning of fast food chain franchises

  [D] the change of Americans’ lifestyles

  61. The main topic of the passage is __

  [A] the beginning of fast food chains

  [B] the changes of Americans’ eating customs

  [C] the transformation of lifestyles

  [D] the dieting of the American people

  Passage Two

  Questions 62 to 66 are based on the following passage.

  Car crashes are the leading cause of injury and death among U.S. children, and though most of us now think of car seats as standard baby equipment, about half of all children under the age of four who died in vehicle accidents last year were not restrained. It is calculated that only about two-thirds of children aged five to fifteen buckle their seat belts.

  Moreover, the traffic-safety agency estimates that even among parents who always strap their children in, 85% are not doing it properly. They often don’t know where best to place the kids, don’t use the proper restraint for their age and weight, or don’t install the safety seats properly. Despite the reports about front seats collapsing onto back seats when certain car models get in accidents, the safest place in the car for any child up to the age of 12 is still the back seat. Babies up to 9 kg and one year old should ride in rear-facing infant seats.

  Never place a child under age 12 in the front seat with a working passenger-side air bag. These devices are discharged at 320 km/h and can be triggered by low-speed fender benders. They have killed 77 kids in the U.S. since 1993. If you must place a child in front, make sure the passenger-side bag is switched off.

  Children over age one should ride in forward-facing safety seats with a five-point harness system. A child who weighs at least 18 kg or at least lm high can graduate to a booster seat that elevates her so that the standard shoulder and lap belt fits properly.

  注意:此部分试题请在答题卡2上作答。

  62. What does the author mainly discuss in this passage?

  [A] How to avoid car crash.

  [B] How to design safer baby equipment.

  [C] How to educate children properly.

  [D] How to properly secure children in the ear.

  63. Which of the following is NOT among the "improper ways" mentioned in the passage?

  [A] They don’t know where best to place the child.

  [B] They don’t have the safety equipment for the child.

  [C] They don’t use the proper restraint for the kid’s age and weight.

  [D] They don’t install the safety seats properly.

  64. Which of the following is the best seat for the children under 12?

  [A] Forward-facing seats.

  [B] Rear-facing seats.

  [C] Front seats.

  [D] Back seats.

  65. The author indicates that a passenger-side air bag __

  [A] might not be dangerous if switched off

  [B] is designed for the safety of children

  [C] is discharged at 320 km/h and will not triggered by other factors

  [D] is not working ifa child sits in the seat

  66. What does the word "graduate" (Line 2, Para. 4) mean?

  [A] Finish schooling.

  [B] Change to something else.

  [C] Collapse.

  [D] Stand.

  Part IV Translation ( 答题时间30分钟 )

  Directions: For this part, you are allowed 30 minutes to translate a passage from Chinese intoEnglish. You should write your answer on Answer Sheet 2.

  中国的保健食品(health food)市场首次出现于20世纪80年代。 保健食品是指具有特定保健功能或补充维生素或矿物质的食品。保 健食品适用于特定人群消费,具有调节人体功能的效果,但不用于 治疗疾病的目的。保健食品有两种。一种是具有特定保健功能的食品, 另外一种是营养补充剂。

  英语四级模拟题及下载的答案

  PartⅠ Writing

  One Way to Solve the Problem

  To deal with the air pollution caused by vehicles in cities is a challenging job. My suggestion is to produce vehicles powered by solar energy.

  Compared with mineral fuels such as gasoline, solar energy is inexhaustible in supply. The growth of cities and increase of vehicles call for more supply of energy, but there is a limit to the reserve of mineral fuels. So solar energy with its endless supply is one of our solutions to energy crisis. The second advantage of solar energy is its cleanliness. Traditional vehicles operating on gasoline give of exhaust, causing damage to human health and polluting the air. From the perspective of environmental protection, solar energy is a much better choice. After the new technology becomes economically feasible, the sky over cities will be brighter, and the air will no longer be a threat to our health.

  Because of the two benefits of using solar energy as a new fuel, we should spend more money on the research which can make our dream come true.

  PartⅢ reading comprehension

  Section A ACDBGIHEKF

  Section B 空

  Section C Passage One  CADBB

  Section C Passage Two DBDAB

  Part IV Translation

  参考译文:

  China’s health food market first emerged in the 1980s. Health food refers to food products which claim to have specific health functions or supplement one’s vitamins or minerals. Health food is suitable for the consumption by specific groups of people and has the effect of regulating human body functions, but is not used for the purpose of treating diseases. There are two kinds of health food. One is food with specific health func¬tions, the other is nutritional supplements.

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