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2006年图书情报硕士英语考试真题
    Section I
    Vocabulary (10 points)
    Directions:
    There are 20 incomplete sentences in thissection. For each sentence there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. Choosethe one that best completes the sentence and mark your answers on ANSWER SHEET 1.
    1.In some countries girls are still_____of a goodeducation。
    A denied
    B declined
    C denved
    D deprived
    2. As the years passed, the memories of herchildhood______away。
    A faded
    Bdisappeared
    C flashed
    D fired
    3. Brierley's book has the________ of being bothinformative and readable。
    A inspiration
    B requirements
    C myth
    D merit
    4.If I have any comments to make, I'll write them inthe ______of the book I'm reading
    A edge
    B page
    C margin
    D side
    5. My________would really trouble me if I wore a fur coat。
    A consciousness
    B consequence
    C constitution
    D conscience
    6. When the post fell_______。Dennis Bass was appointed to fill it。
    A empty
    B vacant
    C hollow
    D hare
    7. Mother who takes care of everybody is usually the most_________person in each family。
    A considerate
    B considerable
    C considering
    D constant
    8. For ten years the Greeks _______the city of Troy toseparate it from the outside。
    A captured
    B occupied
    C destroyed
    Dsurrounded
    9. Other guests at yesterday's opening, which was broadcast______ by the radio station, included Anne Melntosh and Mayor。
    A live
    B alive
    C living
    D lively
    10. A New Zealand man was recently_________to lifeimprisonment for the murder of an English tourist, Monica Cantwell。
    A punished
    Baccused
    C sentenced
    D put
    11. The past 22 years have really been amazing, and every prediction we've made about improvements have al come____
    A truly
    B true
    C Truth
    D truthful
    12. The teachers tried to ______these students that theycould solve the complicated problem,however, they just didn't see the point。
    A convince
    B encourage
    C consult
    D inclined
    13. I'm_________ to think that most children would liketheir teachers to be their friends rather than their commanders。
    A subjected
    B supposed
    C declined
    D inclined
    14. She is under the impression that he isn'ta_____________person for he wouldn't tell her where and when he went touniversity。
    A genius
    B generous
    C genuine
            
            
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    D genetic
    15. The first glasses of Coca Cola were drunk in 1886。 The drink was first_____by a US chemist called John Pemberton
    A formed
    B made
    C found
    D done
    16. These two chemicals_________with each other at acertain temperature to produce a substance which could cause an explosion。
    Ainteract
    B attract
    C react
    D expel
    17. _________they can get people in the organization todo what must he done, they will not succeed。
    A Since
    BUnless
    C If
    D Whether
    18. Once you have started a job, you should do it__________。
    A in practice
    B in theory
    C in earnest
    D in a hurry
    19. Although they new library service has been verysuccessful, its future is ______certain。
    A at any rate
    B by no means
    C by all means
    D at any cost
    20.To my surprise,
    at yesterday'smeeting he again_________the planthat had been disapproved a week before。
    A brought about
    B brought out
    C brought up
    D brought down
    SectionII
    Cloze (10 points)
    Directions: Read the following text. Choose thebest word(s) for each numbered blank and mark A, B, C or D on ANSWER SHEET 1.
    Wholesale prices in July rose more sharply than expected and at a fasterrate than consumer prices,21 hat businesses were still protectingconsumers 22 the full brunt (冲击) of higher energy costs.
    The Producer Price Index 23 measureswhat producers receive for goods and services, 24 1 percentin July. The Labor Department reportedyesterday. Double
    25
    economistshad been expecting and a sharp turnaround from flat prices in June. Excluding
    26
    andenergy. the core index of producer pricesrose 0.4 percent,
    27
    than the 0.1 percent that economists had
    28 . Much of that increase was a result ofan
    29
    increase in car and truck prices.
    On Tuesday, the Labor Department said the
    30
    thatconsumers paid for goods and services in July were 31
    0.5percent over all,and up 0.1 percent, excluding food and energy.
    32
    the overall rise in both consumer and producerprices
    33
    caused by energy costs, which increased 4.4 percent n the month. (Wholesale food prices
    34
    0.3 percent in July.
    35
    July2004, Wholesaleprices were up 4.6percent, the corerate
    36
    2.8 percent, its fastest pace since 1995.
    Typically,increases in the Producer Price Index indicate similar changes in the consumerindex
    37
    businesses recoup (补偿) higher costs from customers. 38 for much ofthis expansion,which started 39 the end of 2001,that has not been the 40 . In fact, many businesses like automakers have beenaggressively discounting their products.
    21. A indicate B to indicate C indicating Dindicated
    22. A of
    B to
    C by
    D from
    23. A that
    B which
    C it
    D this
    24.Arise
    B rises
    C rose
    D raised
    25.A that
    B what
    C which
    D this
    26. A food
    B grain
    C crop
    Ddiet
    27. A less
    B lower
    C higher
    D more
    28.A said
    B reported
    C calculated
    D forecast
    29. A expectable
            
            
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    B. unexpected
    C expectation
    D expecting
    30. A prices
    B costs
    C charges
    D values
    31. A down
    B from
    C to
    D up
    32. A Much
    B Most
    C Most of
    D Much of
    33. A was
    B were
    C is
    D are
    34. A fall
    B fell
    C falls
    D has fallen
    35. A Comparing with B In comparison C Compared with D Compare to
    36. A dropped
    B declined
    C lifted
    D climbed
    37. A as
    B so
    C while
    D when
    38. A And
    B But
    C Yet
    D Still
    39. A at
    B by
    C in
    D to
    40. A condition
    B situation
    Cmatter
    D case41.
    Section III
    Reading comprehension(40 points)
    Directions:
    Read thefollowing four passages. Answer the questions below each passage by choosing A,B, C and D. Mark your answers on ANSWERSHEET 1.
    Passage One
    Officejobs are among the positions hardest hit by compumation (计算机自动化)。 Wordprocessors and typists will lose about 93,000 jobs over the next few years, while 57,000 secretarial jobs will vanish.Blame the PC: Today,many executives type their own memos and carry there“ secretaries” in the palmsof their hands. Time is also hard for stock clerks, whose ranks are expected to decreaseby 68,000. Andemployees in manufacturing firms and wholesalers are being replaced withcomputerized systems.
    But not everyone who loses a job willend up in the unemployment line. Many will shift to growing positions withintheir own companies. When new technologies shook up the telecomm business,telephone operator Judy Doughertypursued retraining. She is now a communications technician,earning about $ 64,000 per year. Of course, if you've been a tollbooth collectorfor the past 30 years,and you find yourself replaced by an E ZPass machine, it may be of little consolation(安慰) to know that the telecom field isbooming.
    And that's just it: The service economy is fading: welcome to the expertise(专门知识) economy. To succeed in the new jobmarket, you must beable to handle complex problems. Indeed, all but one of the 50highest-paying occupations---air-traffic controller---demand at least abachelor's degree.
    For those with just a high schooldiploma(毕业证书)。It'sgoing to get tougher to find a well-paying job. Since fewer factory andclerical jobs will be available .what's left be the jobs that compumationscan't kill,computers cant clean offices ,or for Alzheimer's patients(老年痴呆病人)。 But ,since most people have the skills to fill those positions, the wages stay painfully low,meaning compumation could drive aneven deeper wedge (楔子) between the and poor, The best advice now ,Never stop learning ,and keep up with new technology.
    For busy adults of course that can be tough ,The good news is that very technology that'sreducing so many jobs is a making it easier to go back to school without havingto sit in a classroom. So called internet distance learning is hot, with more than three million studentscurrently enrolled ,and it's gaining credibility with employers.
    Are you at risk of losing your job toa computer ?Check the federal Bureau of Labor Statistics' Occupational OutlookHandbook ,whichis available online at bls.gov .
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