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《英语二》自考真题试卷全真模拟题(一)

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2020年10自考英语二00015全真模拟题

第一部分:阅读判断(第 1~10 题,每题 1 分,共 10 分)

下面的短文后列出了 10 个句子,请根据短文的内容对每个句子作出判断:如果该句提供的是正确信息,选择 A;如果该句提供的是错误信息,选择 B;如果该句的信息文中没有提及,选择 C。在答题卡相应位置上将答案选项涂黑。

Roald dahl

Roald Dahl - the author who entertained people with classics like Matilda,Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and James and the Giant Peach--would have been100 years old this year. Roald Dahl is most famous for the books he wrote for children, but he also wrote novels and short stories for adults, screenplays and non -fictions, too!

Roald Dahl was born near Cardiff, in Wales in 1916. Roald was sent off toboarding school when he was only nine years old. He was very homesick, and had a hard time obeying the strict teachers and the headmaster. In those days, teacherswould sometimes hit their students with a cane(藤条) when they misbehaved. Later on, Roald integrated this fear and distrust of adults into many of his children’s books.

During World War II, Roald joined the Royal Air Force. At one point, his plane crashed in the Libyan Desert. He was temporarily blinded, and stranded(滞留)in the middle of nowhere. Fortunately, he was rescued and within a few months had made a complete recovery. After his injuries forced him to leave the Air Force, Roald began writing. His first published piece was a magazine article about his plane crash. During the 1950s, he became an accomplished writer of short stories for adults. These stories usually featured mystery, suspense(悬念), and a twist ending.

In 1961, Roald published James and the Giant Peach, which tells the story of a young boy who attempts to escape from his two bad aunts. The boy finally gets away by sailing across the ocean inside a magical giant peach. James and the Giant Peach 1was prompted by the bedtime stories Roald would make up for his young daughters.

He said that it was a challenge to keep them interested and attentive - he had to make his stories funny, exciting, and original. In 1964. he wrote his most famous book -Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, in which a poor boy wins a "golden ticket" to tour a mysterious world.

1. Roald Dahl wrote many classics including Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.()

A: True

B: False

C: Not Given

2. Roald wrote more children books than novels and short stories.()

A: True

B: False

C: Not Given

3. When he was nine years old, Roald was sent off to live in the boarding school.()

A: True

B: False

C: Not Given

4. Roald had been hit many times by his teachers in the boarding school.()

A: True

B: False

C: Not Given

5. Roald Dahl's experience at boarding school had no influence on his children's book.()

A: True

B: False

C: Not Given

26. During World War II, Roald was in Air Force.()

A: True

B: False

C: Not Given

7. Roald's children's books usually had mystery, suspense, and a twist ending.()

A: True

B: False

C: Not Given

8. Roald Dahl's first published book was about his car crash.()

A: True

B: False

C: Not Given

9. The bedtime stories Roald Dahl told his daughters led him to write James and GiantPeach.()

A: True

B: False

C: Not Given

10. Roald's most famous book, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, was written in1961.()

A: True

B: False

C: Not Given