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2016年大学英语三级考试真题

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篇一:2015年12月大学英语三级真题答案及试卷

2015年12月大学英语三级真题答案及试卷

上午三级A类 整理版

听力,看清题号写,AB卷听力一样

1-5 BADBC

6-10 CDBDA

11.comfortable

12.decide

13.too little

14.personal interests

15.relate to

16.brife intruduction

17.food items

18.fifty years

19.website

20.on line

21.to delay

22.than +三级bao*guo扣扣2438175211

23.to be made

24whom

25 have arrived

26that

27 and

28 although

29 with

30 when

31 cooperating

32 valueable

33 efficientence

34 send

35 received to

36 hard

37 pass on better

38 simple and powerful

39 describe

40effective

41Selling its produce to friends

42 produced whithout using chemicals

43 check its…..

44 japan

45 carry out….

46 a free account

47 availble price

48 greet cards

49 twelve

50 marketing features

A卷:

51 .每股股价 K 年回报 Q

52 .开盘价 D 股市 A

53.二级市场 F 熊市 M

54.资金流 I 普通股 N

55.每盘收益 J 市场价值 L

B卷:

坏账 I 周定汇率 B

市场风险 A 发行公司 O

报价 Q 交易量 L

年度报告 H 上市公司 J

个人投资者 G 低价 D

56:phone calls

57:trcwel destination

58:rating

59:lowset price

60:similar

61……饮食习惯。

62:.......企业运营

63……考试费用将会退还。

64、 ..........可让你立即使用本机。

65翻译

我们邀请您提交一份文件到第十九。商务管理词汇会议。它将在巴黎举行。在法国,七月6月29日2nd.2016。提交的最后期限是2016年1月21日,会议重点对小企业的管理密切相关,如果你需要更多的时间。你的研究让我们了解你的一个合适的时间,我会通知你我们是否是可行的。

作文

Dear

Hello, I'm ABC marketing manager of the company, we are scheduled to be held on December 18, 2015 at the Orient Guest House conference, the conference will showcase new products of the company, and invited experts to do the relevant report, after the meeting will be held in business negotiations, thank you for many years of cooperation, and invited each other to participate, please confirm the reply before the end of 11.

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2015.11.1

A卷 21-25 CCBCC 26-30 ADBAB 31.differences 32.limited

33.impression 34. immediately 35.getting 36-40 CDABB

41-45 ACDBA 61-64. AAAC +三级bao*guo扣扣2438175211

B卷

21-25 BDAAA 26.-30 BDCBD

31 cooperating

32 valueable

33 efficientence

34 send

35 received to 36-40 ACDBA 41-45.CDACC 61-64 AABC

A卷56,phone calla.57,travel destination .58,guest scores .59,rating .60,similar .61,c.62.b.63.a.64a

46 ppen a free account 47set avauable 48and greeting cards 49over five monthly 50 unique markting features

听力,看清题号写,AB卷听力一样

1-5 BADBC

6-10 CDBDA

11.comfortable

12.decide

篇二:2016年湖北成人英语三级考试,真题答案

2016年湖北学位英语考试题答案抠抠 [3751,6206] bao通过

Passage 1 Questions 1 to 5 are based on the following passage:

Jim Thorpe was a Native American. He was born in 1888 in an Indian Territory(印弟安人保护区)that is now Oklahoma. Like most Native American children then, he liked to fish, hunt, swim, and play games outdoors.(76)He was healthy and strong, but he had very little formal education. In 1950, Jim Thorpe was named the greatest American football player. He was also an Olympic gold medal winner. But Thorpe had many tragedies in his life. Jim had a twin brother who died when he was nine years old. By the time he was 16, his mother and father were also dead. Jim then went to a special school in Pennsylvania for Native American children. There, he learned to read and write and also began to play sports. Jim was poor, so he left school for two years to earn some money. During this time, he played on a baseball team.(77)The team paid him $15 a week. Soon he returned to school to complete his education. Jim was a star athlete(运动员)in several sports, including baseball, running, and football. He won many awards for his athletic ability, mainly for football. In many games, he scored all or most of the points for his team. In 1912, when Jim Thorpe was 24 years old, he became part of the U.S. Olympic team. He competed in two very difficult events: the pentathlon and the decathlon. Both require great ability and strength. The pentathlon has five track and field events, including the long jump and the 1,500-meter race. The decathlon has ten track and field events, with running, jumping, and throwing contests.

People thought it was impossible for an athlete to compete in both the pentathlon and the decathlon. So everyone was surprised when Thorpe won gold medals in both events. When the King of Sweden presented Thorpe with his two gold medals, he said, “Sir, you are the greatest athlete in the world.” Thorpe was a simple and honest man. He just answered, "Thanks, King." 1. From the passage we learn that Jim Thorpe was born in ____. A. India B. Pennsylvania C. Oklahoma D. Sweden

2. According to the passage, most American Indian children loved all the following EXCEPT ____.A. fishing B. hunting C. swimming D. singing 3. Jim Thorpe started to play sports ____. A. before he was nine years old B. when he was 16 years old C. when he was 24 years old D. before his parents passed away 4. The word decathlon in Paragraph 3 probably means ____. A. jumping B. five track and field events

C. throwing D. ten track and field events

5. Which of the following is NOT TRUE? A. In 1912, Thorpe went back to finish his college education. B. Thorpe won two gold medals in the 1912 Olympic Games. C. Thorpe once played on a baseball team for money. D. In 1950, Thorpe was named the greatest American football player.

Passage 2 Questions 6 to 10 are based on the following passage:

It can be really frustrating(使人沮丧的)for an overweight person to go to a gym and work out with a positive attitude. All one has to do is walk by almost any nice gym and notice all the healthy, sweating, "skinny" members. Sometimes they stare at those of us who are, well, zaftig. It is easy to see the judgment behind their eyes. Who wants to put up with that? Many people are s

2016年大学英语三级考试真题

elf-conscious of their bodies and feel isolated when joining workout classes or while exercising, especially if they are larger than most of the others in the group. Now the fitness industry is finally paying attention. Popular gyms are catering(迎合)to overweight and weight conscious customers by dedicating areas where the "skinny" people are not allowed. There are even gyms or programs that require members to be at least 50 pounds overweight to participate.

Trainers recommend functional fitness as a practical goal, rather than six-pack abs(六块腹肌). (78)They often use text messages to stay in touch with customers.

Often at these specialized gyms, the trainers are overweight themselves, or working on their own weight goals, and this can help those people with anxiety caused by poor body image. The equipment has been designed for use by larger people. Wider seats, more cushioning, no mirrors, and tinted(有色的)windows for privacy, are all important changes. (79) Hopefully these types of gyms will successfully grow in numbers in the future. The idea is a very simple and potentially popular one. If it helps those of us who are bigger exercise more and improve our fitness level, it's a step in the right direction. 6. The word zaftig in Paragraph 1 is closest in meaning to ____. A. fat B. healthy C. friendly D. polite 7. We can infer from the first two paragraphs that ____. A. most large gym chains really don't want members to show up frequently B. overweight people are often frustrated and pushed away by traditional gym industry

C. regular gyms don't accept overweight people to participate in their programs

D. overweight people have to pay extra to work out in a gym 8. What is the training goal in the gyms catering to overweight members? A. To achieve functional fitness. B. To build six-pack abs. C. To look like a fitness model. D To be able to run long distances.

9. As for the gyms catering to overweight members, which of the following statements is NOT TRUE? A. The machines are designed for larger people. B. Tinted windows are used to ensure extra privacy. C. There are large mirrors on the walls. D. The training goals are more realistic. 10. Which of the following is the best title for the passage? A. Improving Women's Self-confidence through exercises B. The traditional Gym Industry Is Losing Its Customers C. The fitness Industry is looking for New Directions D. Specialized Gyms Designed for Overweight People

Passage 3 Questions 11 to 15 are based on the following passage:

Since its founding in 1948, McDonald's has grown from a family burger(汉堡包)stand to a global fast-food chain, with more than 30,000 locations in 118 countries.

With 58 million daily customers worldwide, McDonald’s is now so ubiquitous around the globe that The Economist publishes a global ranking of currencies' purchasing power based on the prices charged at the local McDonald’s, called the Big Mac Index(巨无霸指数). That’s not to say that every nation carries the same menu items: choices vary widely depending on location. Some Asian locations serve fried shrimp in a Big Mac roll, while McDonald’s in India doesn’t serve beef at all, relying instead on burgers made from vegetables, rice and beans. Not everyone in the world has been happy to greet Ronald McDonald when he moves to town. Many see McDonald's as a symbol of American economic and cultural chauvinism(沙文主义), and European nations in particular have viewed American-style fast food as an insult to their national food. A French farmer, Jose Bove, became something of a national hero in 1999 after he and a group of people destroyed a McDonald's under construction to protest globalization and "bad food." The next year, a bomb exploded in a French McDonald’s, killing a 27-year-old employee. (80) No one claimed responsibility.

But regardless of whether you like their food or their policies, McDonald’s is still widely seen as one of the true pioneers of peaceful globalization.

11. According to the passage, which of the following statements is NOT TRUE? A. McDonald's was founded in 1948.

B. McDonald’s has opened its restaurants in every city of the world.

C. McDonald’s has over 30,000 locations in the world now.

D. McDonald’s was very small in scale in the beginning. 12. The word ubiquitous in Paragraph 2 is most likely to mean ____. A. very crowded B. very dean C. existing everywhere D. occurring frequently 13. From Paragraph 2, we can conclude that ____.

A. McDonald’s designs its menu to suit the local people

B. millions of young adults got their first job with McDonald’s

C. the McDonald’s menu sticks to old-fashioned favorites such as the Big Mac

D. the low prices McDonald’s bring tens of millions of people through its doors every day 14. What did Jose Bove and his people do in 1999 to protest against McDonald's? A. They organized a strike.

B. They protested outside a McDonald’s.

C. They refused to go to a newly-built McDonald’s.

D. They destroyed a McDonald’s under construction.

15. In ____, an employee died in a fatal bomb attack on a McDonald’s restaurant in France. A. 1998 B. 1999 C. 2000 D. 2001

Part ⅡVocabulary and Structure (30%) Directions: In this part there are 30 incomplete sentences. For each sentence there are four choices marked A, B, C, D. Choose the One answer that best completes the sentence. Then blacken the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet. 16. The ____ edition of the dictionary is far better than the previous ones. A. late B. lately C. latest D. lasting 17. Big waves turned ____ the boat, causing many people to fall into water. A. up B. down C. in D. over 18. On reaching home I discovered that I ____ my keys at the office. A. left B. have left C. was left D. had left

19. By the time she leaves the stage next month, she ____ for sixty years.

A. will have performed B. has performed C. will be performing D. will perform 20. I appreciate ____ to your school to give a lecture. A. to be invited B. to have invited C. having invited D. being invited 21. ____, follow the directions on the bottle carefully. A. When taken drugs B. When taking drugs C. When one takes drugs D. When to take drugs 22. Mr. Smith____ be in the bookstore because I saw him in his office a moment ago. A. must not B. can't C. may not D. needn't 23. The plants would have grown all right if she ____ them properly. A. had watered B. watered C. has watered D. waters 24. All the evidence pointed to the conclusion ____ he was guilty. A. which B. that C. as D. so 25. ____ she likes the present is not clear to me. A. If B. What C. Which D. Whether 26. When Bill came in, I ____ with my friends. A. will talk B. talk C. was talking D. have talked 27. John made her ____ him everything about her plan for the trip. A. to tell B. tell C. told D. tells 28. Lucy goes to school by bike every day, ____ she? A. does B. doesn't C. is D. isn't

29. I can’t help ____ whether we should go without raincoats. A. wonder B. to wonder C. wondering D. wondered 30. Never in her life ____ in such an important party, where she saw so many pop stars. A. Lisa took part B. did Lisa take part C. Lisa was taken part D. was Lisa taken part

31. The young man, ____ met us at the station yesterday, will show us around the campus this morning.

A. who B. that C. which D. whose

篇三:2016年全国公共英语三级考试预测题试卷PETS3

2016年全国公共英语三级考试预测题试卷

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