2023年4月2日MBA考试(英语)模拟试卷及参考答案三

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  • 11、Hisgarageisempty;heoutinhiscar()

    A.mustgo
    B.mustbegoing
    C.musthavegone
    D.shouldhavegone

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  • 12、Susanhadworkedforthreeyearstobeacomputeranalystbutfoundherprogress()

    A.discouraging
    B.discouraged
    C.tobediscouraged
    D.tobediscouraging

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  • 13、Directions: There are 1 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 blacken the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a pencil

    Questions 11 to 15 are based on the following passage: Do you believe that only boys do well in science? Does it seem to you that girls have better vocabularies than boys? In your opinion, are boys better at building things? If your answer to each of those questions is “Yes,” you are right according to an article in “Current Science .” There are exceptions, but here are the facts. On the average, males score higher on tests that measure mathematical reasoning, mechanical ability, and problem-solving skills. Females show superior ability in tests measuring vocabulary, spelling, and memory. But these difference will probably not always exist. In the future, a person’s abilities may not be determined by sex. As one scientist says, “Nothing is impossible for a person to be or do.” In several recent studies, young babies have been observed and tested to discover how different abilities are developed. A scientific team headed by Jerome Kagan, a psychologist at Harvard University, is studying the thinking ability of children 111/2 months old. The test is a simple one. The baby, while seated on its mother’s lap, watches a “show” on a theater stage. In act I of the show, an orange-colored block is lifted from a blue box and moved slowly across the stage. Then it is returned to the box. This is repeated six times. Act 2 is similar, except that the orange block is smaller. Baby boys do not seem to notice the difference in the size of the block, but girls immediately become excited and begin to make noises that sound like language. They seem to be trying to talk. It is known that bones, muscles, and nerves develop faster in baby girls. Usually, too, baby girls talk at an earlier age than boys do. Scientists think there is a physical reason for this. They believe that the nerve endings in the left side of the brain develop faster in girls than in boys. And it is this side of the brain that strongly influences an individual’s ability to use words, to spell, and to remember things. By the time they start to school, therefore, little girls have an advantage that boys do not have. Girls are physically more ready to remember facts, to spell, and to read. These, of course, are skills that are important in elementary school. But what have the boys been doing in the years before starting school? They have been developing something called aggression. An aggressive person has courage and energy. He feels strong and independent. He is often the first one to start a fight. ( )11. According to an article in “Current Science”, which of the following is false? A. Boys do well in science. B. Girls have better vocabulary than boys. C. Boys are better at building things. D. Boys are as good as girls at science ( )12. The author of the article believes _____. A. Males, without any exception, score higher on tests that measure mathematical reasoning, mechanical ability, and problem-solving skill B. Females show superior ability in tests measuring vocabulary, spelling, and memory C. It the future, sex may be a key factor that determines a person’s ability D. The differences above probably always exist ( )13. The test made by a scientific team headed by Jerome Kagan shows _____. A. Baby boys never notice the difference in the size of the block B. Baby boys try to talk C. Baby girls seem to notice the difference in the size of the block D. Baby girls know how to use language ( )14. Concerning the difference between baby boys and girls in physical development of ability scientists believe _____. A. the nerve endings in the left side of the brain develop faster in baby boys B. an individual’s ability to use words, to spell, and to remember things is strongly influenced by the right side of the brain C. both baby boys and baby girls talk at an early age D. There is a physical reason for the difference in the development of abilities of baby boys and baby girls ( )15. The author implies in the last two paragraphs that _____. A. little girls have an advantage in elementary school B. boys are physically more ready to remember facts, to spell, and to read C. after starting school, boys begin to develop something called aggression D. girls feel strong and independent

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  • 14、有些具有良好效果的护肤化妆品是诺亚公司生产的。所有诺亚公司生产的护肤化妆品都价格昂贵,而价格昂贵的护肤化妆品无一例外地得到女士们的青睐。 以下各项都能从干的断定中推出,除了

    A.有些效果良好的化妆品得到女士们的青睐.
    B.得到女士们青睐的护肤化妆品中,有些实际效果并不好.
    C.所有诺亚公司生产的护肤化妆品都得到女士们的青睐.
    D.有些价格昂贵的护肤化妆品是效果良好的.
    E.所有不被女士们青睐的护肤化妆品价格都便宜.

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  • 15、Just before daylight, there was further trouble Amelia noticed flames coming from the engine Would she be able to reach land There was nothing to do except to keep going and to hope

    In the end, Amelia Earhart did reach Ireland, and for the courage she had shown, she was warmly welcomed in England and Europe. When she returned to the United States, she was honored by President Hoover at a special dinner in the White House. From that time o, Amelia Earhart was famous. What was so important about her flight? Amelia Earhart was the first woman to fly the Atlantic Ocean alone, and she had set a record of fourteen hours and fifty-six minutes. In the years that followed, Amelia Earhart made several flights across the United States, and on each occasion she set a new record for flying time. Amelia Earhart made these flights to show that woman had a place in aviation and that air travel was useful. 41.What kind of airplane did she use for that flight? 42.In her flight from North America in 1932, where did Amelia Earhart land? 43.According to the passage, what was Amelia Earhart’s reason for making her flights? 44.Which was the significance of her flight? 45.The best title for this passage would be

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