2014年江汉大学普通专升本英语阅读理解真题解析及答案(三)

试题情况:

阅读理解4篇,40分。

难度:中等

小编建议:

我们常碰到这样的情况:句子都能看懂,但读完文章印象却不深,这就牵涉到对文章框架结构的整体理解。首先,要重视文章的标题和文章的首句,因为文章的标题或首句就是文章的主题,文章的内容就是围绕主题展开的;其次,文章的结尾句往往是这篇文章的结论或作者写这篇文章的用意所在;再次,善于标注文章关键句,可以帮助你掌握文章的全貌,理解文章的主题。很多题目就是围绕它们而设计的。

真题模拟:

When the United States Congress created Yellowstone National Park in 1872, the goal was to set aside a place where Americans could enjoy the beauty of nature for years to come. Now, 142 years later, there are hundreds of national parks across the country, and technology is changing the way people experience them. Should park visitors be able to use cell phones, or should their use be restricted?

“Connectivity presents a real challenge to all of us.” Al Nash says. He is a public affairs officer at Yellowstone National Park. He says cell phone service at Yellowstone is available in parts of the park with stores and campgrounds. This makes it easy for visitors to share photos of their trip on social networking sites and to stay in touch with friends and family members. If a nark visitor is hurt or in danger, cell phones make it easier to get help. Some say the ability to download applications that provide information about plants and animals in the park can enrich a visitor’s experience.

Others say cell phones disturb people’s enjoyment of our national parks. In their view, cell phone towers are an eyesore, and they’d rather hear the sound of birds than the ring of an incoming call. Can you imagine looking out a peaceful lake or field of grass only to be disturbed by a person shouting into their phone, “Can you hear me now?”

Nash says Yellowstone tries to strike a balance. “Ultimately, our job is to let visitors understand and enjoy nature better while protecting what people find special about Yellowstone, and one of those things that’s special is the ability to get away from the hustle and bustle of one’s daily life.”

1.Which of the following is the best title for the passage?

A. Which U.S. National Park Has the Most Visitors?

B. Should National Parks Allow the Use of Cell Phones?

C. What Did Yellowstone Do to Enrich Park Visitors’ Experience?

D. Can Technology Transform the Way People Experience Nature?

2.National parks were established _______.

A. to show respect to former presidents

B. to raise public awareness about climate change

C. to preserve areas of natural beauty

D. to create job opportunities

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3.According to the passage, which of the following statements about the cell phone service at Yellowstone is TRUE?

A. It is limited to certain areas in the park.

B. It is available everywhere in the park.

C. It is not available in the park.

D. It is available to visitors at a fee.

4.The word “eyesore” in the third paragraph probably means _______.

A. something unpleasant to look at B. something harmful to health

C. beautiful scene D. serious threat

5.What’s the position of Yellowstone on cell phone use?

A. Supportive. B. Neutral. C. Negative. D. Doubtful.

答案详解

1. B

文章先介绍了国家公园的简单情况,然后引入了移动电话的问题,接下来是不同方面对这个话题的看法,所以选择,B。

2. C

第一段第一句话明确指出,国家公园的建立是为了留出一个区域让美国人能享受自然风光,所以答案是C。

3. A

第二段第二句话说,移动电话只在公园里有商店和营地的地方有信号,所以选A。

4. A

第三段第一句说,反对这说,移动电话打扰了他们在公园的享受,由此可以推断,信号塔应该是他们很不喜欢看到的,选A。

5. B

文章最后一段第一句说,黄石公园方面试图保持一个平衡,所以说他们的态度是中立的,答案是B。

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