大学英语3课后题答案

大学英语答案 时间:2018-04-28 我要投稿
【www.sundxs.com - 大学英语答案】

  在找大学英语3课后答案吗,都在下面了,接下来要给大家分享的是大学英语3课后题答案,欢迎大家的借鉴阅读!

  习题

  一 单项选择(15分)

  ( )1 -How often do you write to your father?

  A. Once a month B. In a week

  C. For a month D. Last week

  ( )2-Would you like to have tea or coffee?

  A. Either will do B. Neither do I

  C. Yes, please D. It doesn't matter

  ( )3 Here is my card. Let’s keep in _______.

  A. touch B. relation C. connection D. certain

  ( )4 Whether the wounded ____ sent to the hospital without delay ____ unknown yet.

  A. have been; are B. has been; is C. were; are D. have ; is

  ( )5 Only ______ a human being.

  A. when is it hungry a lion will attack

  B. when it is hungry a lion will attack

  C. when it is hungry will a lion attack

  D. when is it hungry will a lion attack

  ( )6 It’s not right to ______ the poorer people of the world.

  A. look up B. look down C. look down on D. look up to

  ( )7 It was with great joy______ he received the news that his lost daughter had been found.

  A. because B. which C. since D. that

  ( )8 Although the working mother is very busy, she still ____a lot of time to her children.

  A. devotes B. spends C. offers D. provides

  ( )9 Early to bed and early to rise ____ a good habit.

  A. are B. is C. were D. was

  ( )10 The family____ early risers, who often ______ morning exercises in the park.

  A. are; does B. is; does C. are; do D. is; do

  ( )11 The pair of shoes ____ worn out.

  A. was B. were C. have been D. had been

  ( )12 The detective, ______to read a newspaper, glanced at the man ______ next to a woman.

  A. pretending ; seating B. pretending; seated

  C. pretended ; seating D. pretended ; seated

  ( )13 She ought to stop work; she has a headache because she ____ too long.

  A. has been reading B. had read C. is reading D. read

  ( )14 .More than one answer ____ to the question.

  A. have been given B were given

  C. . has been given D. has given

  ( )15 Either you or the headmaster_______ the prizes to these gifted students at the meeting.

  A is handing out B. are to hand out

  C are handing out D. is to hand out

  ( ) 16.Mr White ____ at 8:30 for the meeting, but he didn’t show up.

  A. should have arrived B. should arrive

  C. should have had arrived D. should be arriving

  ( ) 17. Though we spent a lot, we think it _____ because we succeeded in the end.

  A. worth B. worth being spent

  C. worthy of D. worthwhile

  ( )18. Michael is ______ because he never takes any exercise.

  A. under conditions B. on no condition

  C. in condition D. out of condition

  ( ) 19. The flowers ______ my mother, but my sister thought they were for her and took them.

  A. were intended for B. intended for

  C. intended to give D. intended giving

  ( ) 20. You’ve done much of the work, and please leave ______ to us.

  A. the rest B. the other C. another D. the others

  二.完形真空

  I once thought I would be a perfect parent. It took 1 sixteen years to learn 2 I could not be. I know that I made 3 mistakes. If I raised my 4 again, I would not make those 5 . Maybe I would make new ones, but I would do a better job.

  I would try to understand my 6 towards my children. I often did what my own 7 would have done. I 8 their ways of raising children control me. For example, I had my teenage son David come home early. He hated this rule. He said no reason 9 it. As a girl, I had to be 10 early. I wanted my son to do 11 . Today I would think more about 12 I wanted things done in a certain way.

  My father was sick when I was 13 . My sister, my brother, and I were 14 at 15. We did not yell in anger. We did not shout for joy. I wanted my children to be quiet too. I never 16 to ask “why?” 17 was hard for me to let my children show anger. I stopped my children when they started to get angry. Now I would tell my 18. “It is all 19 to show love,. It is all right to show anger. Your feelings are good. I love you 20 what you feel.”

  1、A、more     B、me     C、in    D、my

  2、A、this     B、what     C、since   D、that

  3、A、some     B、few     C、no     D、any

  4、A、hand     B、questions  C、demand   D、children

  5、A、answers   B、says     C、mistakes  D、friends

  6、A、questions  B、love     C、actions   D、mistakes

  7、A、children   B、belief    C、parents   D、strength

  8、A、love     B、open     C、let     D、go

  9、A、at      B、for      C、by     D、of

  10、A、natured   B、loved    C、home     D、quick

  11、A、the same  B、a lot     C、well    D、at once

  12、A、what    B、which    C、why    D、whom

  13、A、taught    B、told     C、young   D、naughty

  14、A、quiet    B、quite     C、anger   D、sad

  15、A、all times   B、no time    C、some time D、the time

  16、A、believed  B、worried    C、realized   D、stopped

  17、A、It      B、I      C、There    D、Sometimes

  18、A、parent   B、children    C、neighbour D、brother

  19、A、in all     B、men     C、agreed   D、right

  20、A、no longer  B、no more   C、no wonder D、no matter

  三. 阅读理解(每题2分,共20分)

  A

  Grandma Moses is among the most celebrated twentieth century painters of the United States, yet she had barely started painting before she was in her late seventies. As she once said of herself “I would never sit back in a rocking chair, waiting for someone to help me.” No one could have had a more productive old age.

  She was born Anna Mary Roberson on a farm in New York State, one of five boys and five girls.(“We came in bunches ,like radishes .”) At twelve she left home and was in domestic service until at twenty-seven, she married Thomas Moses, first in Virginia and then in New York State, at Eagle Bridge .She had ten children, of whom five survived; her husband died in 1927.

  Grandma Moses painted a little as a child and made embroidery pictures as a hobby, but only switched to oils in old age because her hands had become too stiff to sew and she wanted to keep busy and pass the time. Her pictures were first sold at the local drugstore and at a fair, and were soon spotted by a dealer who bought everything she painted. Three of the pictures were exhibited in the Museum of Modern Art, and in 1940 she had her first exhibition in New York. Between the 1930’s and her death she produced some 2000 pictures: detailed and lively portrayals of the rural life she had known for so long, with a marvelous sense of color and form. “ I think real hard till I think of something real pretty, and then I paint it.” She said.

  1. Which of the following would be the best title for the passage?

  A. Grandma Moses: A biographical Sketch.

  B. The children of Grandma Moses.

  C. Grandma Moses and Other Older Artists.

  D. Older Artists

  2. According to the passage, Grandma Moses began to paint because she wanted to _______.

  A. decorate her home B. keep active

  C. improve her salary D. gain an international reputation

  3. From Grandma Moses’ description of herself in the first paragraph, it can be inferred that she was ___________.

  A. independent B. pretty C. wealthy D. timid

  4. Grandma Moses spent most of the life ________.

  A. nursing B. painting C. embroidering D. farming

  5. In the third paragraph, the word “ spotted” could be replaced by _______.

  A. speckled B. featured C. noticed D. damaged

  B

  The famous American gorilla (猩猩) expert Diane Fossey had a completely new way to study gorillas ---she pretended to be one of them . She copied their actions and way of life--- eating plants and getting down on her hands and knees to walk the way a gorilla dose. It was a new relationship.

  Diane Fossey was murdered in Rwanda in 1985 and her story made into the popular film Gorillas in the Mist .It was a long way from King Kong, which is about a gorillas as a monsters (a frightening animal), and helped to show a new idea: the real monster is man, while the gorilla is to be admired.

  Today there are thought to be around 48,000 lowland gorillas and maybe 400-500 mountain gorillas in the wild. From the Congo in West Africa, to Rwanda and Uganda further east, they are endangered by hunting and by the cutting down of their forest homes.

  Some time ago, I found in my letterbox a little magazine from the World Wide Fund for Nature. It had two photos side by side. One was of a young gorilla. “ This is a species of mammal (哺乳动物),” said the words below it . “ It is being destroyed by man. We must save it for our own good.” The other photo showed a human baby. The words also read: “ This is a species of mammal,” but then went on: “ It is the most destructive(破坏性的) on earth. We must retain it for its own good.”

  1. The text mainly talks about _________.

  A. Diane Fossey

  B. The gorillas in Rwanda

  C. the protection of the gorillas

  D. the film Gorillas in the Mist

  2. We can learn from the text that ___________.

  A. Gorillas in the Mist was based on Fossey’s experiences

  B. Lowland gorillas live longer than mountain gorillas

  C. King Kong showed us that a gorillas is admirable

  D. Diane Fossey was murdered by a gorilla

  3. What message can we get from the two photos in the magazine?

  A. Gorillas are man’s close friends.

  B. Both man and the gorilla need to be saved.

  C. Young gorillas are as lovely as human babies.

  D. Man should live peacefully with the gorilla

  C People Noble Smuggler

  This Thursday ,Irena Sendler will be honored for her work as a smuggler(偷运者). During World War II , the Polish social worker smuggled nearly 2,500 Jewish children out of the Warsaw ghetto(聚集区). She gave them new identities, found them safe places with good-hearted Christians, and kept the children’s real names buried in jars in her neighbors’ ardens. (The play, Life in a Jar, based on her story, is being performed.) At 93, Sendler lives in a Warsaw nursing home and is too weak to travel to Washington DC, to receive the 2003 Jan Karski Award for Valor and Compassion from the American Center of Polish Culture. One of the children she saved will accept the award for her.

  You risked your life to save the children.

  I was taught by my father that when someone is drowning, you don’t ask if they can swim, you just jump in and help. During the war, everyone was drowning, but mostly the Jewish children.

  How did you persuade to give up their children?

  I had to answer honestly that I didn’t even know if we would get past the guards.

  What was the most frightening moment?

  When I saw a priest in charge of an orphanage for Jewish children in the ghetto walk with them out to be killed. The children were in their best Sunday suits. The priest was killed with them.

  How did you get the children to behave as you smuggled them out ?

  I told the older children to act as if they were sick and sometimes gave the younger ones a sleeping pill. They were told to remember their new names. I also told the children to tell guards they had only been visiting a servant in t he ghetto and were gonging back to their real homes outside.

  Did you tell your own two children what you did?

  I never told them. Only when my daughter went to Israel did she learn all about me. I thought it was only normal to do so. And it was a very painful subject. It was always on my mind that I couldn’t do more.

  1. We can learn from the passage that Irena Sendler ___________.

  A. will go to Washington to accept the award with her daughter

  B. was caught a few times while she was rescuing the Jewish children

  C. told those parents that their children’s lives would be guaranteed

  D. saved thousands of Jewish children at the risk of her own life

  2. The expression “ everyone was drowning” can vest be replaced by “____”.

  A. everyone was involved in the war

  B. all the people were drowned

  C. people were facing danger and death

  D. Jewish children were being killed

  2. Which of the following could Not be expected when Sendler was smuggling the Jewish children?

  A. Some children were told to pretend to be sick in front of the guards.

  B. Some children pretended to be returning home after visiting servant in the ghetto.

  C. The children were asked to remember and use new names instead of real ones.

  D. The children pretend to be brothers and sisters from one gig family.

  3. Sendler didn’t tell her own children what she did in the war because ____.

  A. she thought it was the most frightening experience

  B. the topic was too painful and heartbreaking to mention

  C. it was already recorded and made known to the public

  D. she planned to bury the secret in her heart until her death

  四. 用下列词或词组的适当形式填空:(20分)

  1.They should solve the problem by (辩论) and not by fighting.

  2.He was so (慷慨的)as to share his food with me.

  3.It's known to all that many scientists have made great achievements under difficult __________.(处境)

  4. Mr. John was so kind that all the students _____(尊敬)him.

  5.Pay attention to your ______________. (行为,举止)

  6.His encouraging speech i______us to be always ready to fight with all kinds of hardships.

  7.Cost is an important c______ for me when I buy new clothes.

  8.Have you ever o___________ any activities by yourself?

  9. The c______ succeeded and Bush won he election.

  10.Outside the cinema we had a long wait but we thought it was w_____ since we got the tickets.

  五 完成句子(15分)

  1 剩下的学生都被送去学校了。

  _____ ______ _____ students ______ sent to school.

  2 他一直在写信。

  He ____ _____ ________ letter.

  3她的精神鼓舞了许多人将他们的一生都奉献给自己的事业。

  Her spirit inspired many people to _______ _________ _____ their own career.

  4 他们一定大花了太多的钱在这辆车上。

  They _____ _____ ______ oo much money on the car.

  5他关心时事。

  He ________ _________ ______ current affairs.

  6.那个律师在法庭上为他的诉讼委托人辩护。

  The lawyer _____ _______ his client(诉讼委托人)in the court.

  7.眼见为实

  ______ is believing.

  答案

  一. 选择题

  1~5 AAABC 6-10 CDABC 11~15 ABACD 16~20 DDDAA

  二. 完形填空

  1~5 BDADC 6~10 CCCAB 11~15 CACCA 16~20 DABDD

  三. 阅读理解

  1~5 ABADC 6~10 CADDC 11 D A

  四. 单词拼写

  1. arguing 2. generous 3. conditions 4. respected 5. behaviour

  6.inspires 7.consideration 8. organized 9. campaign 10. worthwhile

  五. 完成句子

  1. The rest of , were 2. has been writing 3. devote themselves to 4. couldn’t have spent 5. concerns himself with / about 6. argued for 7.Seeing

热门文章