2013年英语专业四级真题及答案(语法词汇)

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PART IV GRAMMAR & VOCABULARY [15 MIN]

  There are thirty sentences in this section. Beneath each sentence there are four words or phrases marked A, B, C and D. Choose one word or phrase that best completes the sentence.

  Mark your answers on Answer Sheet Two.

  51. Facing the board of directors, he didn’t deny __________ breaking the agreement.

  A. him B. it C. his D. its

  52. Xinchun returned from aboard a different man. The italicized part functions as a (n) __________.

  A. appositive (同位语) B. object C. adverbial D. complement.

  53. Which of the following is a compound word (复合词)?

  A. Nonsmoker.

  B. Deadline.

  C. Meanness.

  D. Misfit.

  54. Which of the following sentences contains subjunctive mood?

  A. Lucy insisted that her son get home before 5 o’clock?

  B. She used to drive to work, but now she takes the city metro.

  C. Walk straight ahead, and don't turn till the second traffic lights.

  D. Paul will cancel his flight if he cannot get his visa by Friday.

  55. The following determiners(限定词) can be used with both plural and uncountable nouns EXCEPT

  A. more. B. enough. C. many. D. such.

  56. Which of the italicized parts indicates CONTRAST?

  A. She opened the door and quietly went in.

  B. Victoria likes music and Sam is fond of sports.

  C. Think it over again and you’ll get an answer.

  D. He is somewhat arrogant, and I don't like this.

  57. Which of the following CANNOT be used as a nominal substitute(名词替代词)?

  A. Much.

  B. Neither.

  C. One.

  D. Quarter.

  58. All the following sentences definitely indicate future time EXCEPT

  A. Mother is to have tea with Aunt Betty at four.

  B. The President is coming to the UN next week,

  C. The school pupils will be home by now.

  D. He is going to email me the necessary information.

  59. Which of the following sentences is grammatically INCORRECT?

  A. Politics are the art or science of government.

  B. Ten miles seems like a long walk to me.

  C. Mumps is a kind of infectious disease.

  D. All the furniture has arrived undamaged.

  60. Which of in the following phrases indicates a subject-predicate relationship?

  A. The arrival of the tourists

  B. The law of Newton

  C. The occupation of the island

  D. The plays of Oscar Wilde

  61. Which of the following italicized parts serves as an appositive?

  A. He is not the man to draw back.

  B. Tony hit back the urge to tell a lie.

  C. Larry has a large family to support.

  D. There is really nothing to fear.

  62. Which of the following is NOT an imperative sentence?

  A. Let me drive you home, shall I?

  B. You will mind your own business!

  C. Come and have dinner with us.

  D. I wish you could stay behind.

  63. If it _______ tomorrow, the match would be put off.

  A. were to rain

  B. was to rain

  C. was raining

  D. had rained

  64. Which of the following sentences expresses a fact?

  A. Mary and her son must be home by now.

  B. Careless reading must give poor results.

  C. It’s getting late, and I must leave now.

  D. He must be working late at the office.

  65. The following are all dynamic verbs(动态动词) EXCEPT

  A. remain. B. turn. C. write. D. knock.

  66. __________ to school life was less difficult than the pupil had expected.

  A. Adhering B. Adopting C. Adjusting D. Acquainting

  67. He is fed up with the same old dreary routine, and wants to quit his job. The underlined part means __________.

  A. dull B. boring C. long D. hard

  68. At last night’s party Larry said something that I though was beyond me. The underlined part means __________.

  A. I was unable to do B. I couldn’t understand

  C. I was unable to stop D. I couldn’t tolerate

  69. The couple __________their old house and sold it for a vast profit.

  A. did for B. did in C. did with D. did up

  70. Sally contributed a lot to the project, but she never once accepted all the __________ for herself.

  A. credit B. attention C. focus D. award

  71. The child nodded, apparently content with his mother’s promise. The underlined part means __________.

  A. as far as one has learnt B. as far as one is concerned

  C. as far as one can see D. as far as one is told

  72. The __________ that sport builds character is well accepted by people nowadays.

  A. issue B. argument C. point D. sentence

  73. Everyone in the office knows that Melinda takes infinite care over her work. The underlined part means __________.

  A. limited B. unnecessary C. overdue D. much

  74. The new measure will reduce the chance of serious injury in the event of an accident. The underlined part means __________.

  A. if an accident happens B. if an accident can be prevented

  C. before an accident D. during an accident

  75. Traditionally, local midwives would __________ all the babies in the area.

  A. handle B. produce C. deliver D. help

  76. No food or drink is allowed on the premises. The underlined part means __________.

  A. proposition B. advertisement C. building D. string

  77. The court would not accept his appeal unless __________ evidence is provided.

  A. conclusive B. definite C. eventual D. concluding

  78. As soon as he opened the door, a __________ of cold air swept through the house.

  A. flow B. movement C. rush D. blast

  79. She really wanted to say something at the meeting, but eventually __________ from it.

  A. prevented B. refrained C. limited D. restricted

  80. The couple told the decorator that they wanted their bedroom gaily painted. The underlined part means __________.

  A. brightly B. light-heartedly C. cheerfully D. lightly