博士生入学考试英语备考指南

博士生入学考试英语备考指南

图书基本信息
出版时间:2009-1
出版社:清华大学出版社
作者:罗立胜 等编著
页数:241
字数:312000
书名:博士生入学考试英语备考指南
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博士生入学考试英语备考指南
前言
  近几年来,随着高等院校研究生教育的迅速发展,报考博士研究生的人数逐年有所增加;2008年我国在校博士生人数已超过美国,居全球第一。博士研究生规模的扩展,一方面是高等院校,特别是重点大学学术和科研发展的需要,另一方面也是我国科学研究达到更高水平的实际要求。它从一个方面反映了我国高等教育向更高层次发展的趋势。  博士研究生教育是我国高等教育的最高层次,也是培养高质量专门人才的重要途径。因此,攻读博士学位者,要求考生一方面应具备坚实的专业理论基础和很强的科研能力,另一方面还应具备较好的外语水平。
内容概要
  本书以教育部研究生工作办公室颁布的《硕士、博士学位研究生英语教学大纲》为基础,在《清华大学博士生入学考试英语试题选编(第3版)》的基础上修订而成,主要为攻读博士学位的考生而准备,其内容以讲解和实践为主,共分四个部分:1)考试指导;2)模拟试题;3)3所名校考试真题;4)答案及解析。这次修订考虑到考生报考不同院校的需求,概括了目前博士生入学考试最主要的5种考试题型,题量和难易度也尽可能与目前各高校博士生入学考试相接近,具有很强的针对性和实用性。希望能帮助广大考生很好地熟悉考试的题型、难度、要点等,顺利地通过考试。
书籍目录
第1部分
考试指导 词汇及单项训练 阅读理解及单项训练 完形填空及单项训练 翻译及单项训练 写作及单项训练第2部分
模拟试题 TEST
ONE TEST
TWO TEST
THREE TEST
FOUR TEST
FIVE第3部分
考试真题 2008年清华大学博士生入学英语考试试题 北京大学博士生入学英语考试试题 北京师范大学博士生入学英语考试试题第4部分
答案及解析 专项训练答案及解析 模拟试题答案及解析 考试真题答案
章节摘录
  Many
large
businesses,
however,
need
cash
for
new
development
or
expansion
far
inexcess
of
what
can
be
provided
from
their
profits
or
from
private
sources
of
capital.A
newfactory,
an
oil-well
in
the
North
Sea,
can
cost
millions
of
pounds
to
construct
and
bring
intoproduction.A
new
design
of
car
or
brand
of
medicine
likewise
can
cost
millions
of
pounds
todesign,
develop,
test
and
market
before
it
reaches
the
stage
where
it
earns
a
profit.  Often
these
costs
can
be
met
from
profits
earned
in
other
parts
of
the
business
or
fromreserves
built
up
from
profits
earned
in
past
years.Sometimes,
however,
it
is
necessary,
andoften
it
may
be
more
advantageous,
to
raise
new
money
from
other
sources.  There
can
be
little
prospect
of
raising
the
sort
of
sums
needed
by
major
businesses
fromfriends
or
acquaintances,
and
generally
the
banks
are
reluctant
to
provide
sufficient
cash
on
apermanent
basis
for
long-term
projects,
though
they
will
provideshort-term
finance.  Such
companies
can
sometimes
only
raise
the
money
they
need
to
stay
in
the
forefront
ofindustry
and
develop
new
products
and
sources
of
production
by
turning
to
the
public
at
largeand
inviting
it
to
lend
them
cash
or
take
a
share
in
the
business
in
exchange
for
a
share
infuture
profits.This
they
can
do
by
offering
shares
in
the
business
or
loan
capital
through
TheStock
Exchange.  1.If
you
want
to
buy
a
new
car,
which
of
the
following
could
you
not
do?  A.Borrow
the
money
from
a
building
society.  B.Borrow
the
money
from
a
bank.  C.Take
money
from
your
savings.  D.Ask
a
friend
to
help
you
out.  2.The
normal
way
for
a
small
business
to
finance
new
operations
is
to  A.use
profits
from
the
business  B.borrow
from
friends  C.borrow
from
a
hire-purchase
company  D.arrange
a
bank
loan  3.Large
businesses
need
to
borrow
huge
amount
of
money
because  A.developing
and
producing
a
new
product
takes
a
long
time  B.they
can
never
make
enough
profit  C.developing
and
expanding
production
costs
a
lot
of
money  D.running
something
like
an
oil-well
is
very
expensive  4.Large
businesses
get
new
money
to
pay
for
major
developments
by  A.borrowing
from
friends  B.involving
banks  C.borrowing
from
building
societies  D.selling
shares
of
the
company  5.The
main
purpose
of
this
passage
is
to  A.contrast
the
ways
different
organizations
lend
money  B.explain
how
large
businesses
raise
money  C.explain
why
large
businesses
need
to
raise
money  D.advise
about
borrowing
money  (2)I
was
22
years
old
when
I
was
finally
received
into
the
Church,
but
I
still
suffered
froman
adolescents
suffocating
(闷得难受的)
desire
to
find
acceptance.Whatever
the
reasonsthat
brought
me
in——love
of
poetry
and
rhetoric,
sense
of
history,
cosmic
distress
andindignation-somehow
I
felt
that
some
of
Mother
Church
s
ancient
glamour
might
rub
off
onme
and
that
I
might
somehow
be
transformed
by
it
and
become
part
of
its
mystery.  Of
course,
thats
not
the
way
it
works
at
all,
I
believe
now
that
grace
grows
fromwithin,
slow
but
very
sure.  Shortly
after
becoming
a
barrister,
when
I
was
27,
in
a
moment
of
high
hope
andidealism
and
making
common
cause
with
the
man
I
had
recently
married,
we
fought
toabolish
the
death
penalty.All
but
a
small
circle
of
friends,
whom
I
shall
honor
for
ever,
fellaway.Professional
doors
banged
shut.  We
went
to
live
on
the
Greek
island
of
Mikonos.It
is
a
strange
place,
treeless.Fromthe
roof
of
our
house
at
Vrisi
we
could
see
seven
islands
in
summer
lying
like
dolphins,encircling
the
whitewashed
pigeon
house
where
we
make
our
home.  At
the
tiny
church
we
made
a
group
of
five,
Joseph
the
tailor,
my
husband
and
I
andanother
English
couple.We
went
to
enjoy
each
others
company
as
much
as
to
have
thepleasure
of
hearing
the
service.If
the
priest
didnt
come-as
he
often
couldnt
when
the
windblew
at
Force
Nine-it
didnt
particularly
matter.We
stayed
on
to
have
a
drink
under
the
treesand
watch
the
sun
set.  Years
later,
I
went
back
to
that
island
with
my
two
sons.Mikonos
itself
had
changed,not
for
the
better:
it
had
changed
from
my
village
into
a
city
where
I
knew
only
one
person
ina
hundred.  "Go
on,"
I
said
to
my
son,
"you
do
it."
Unselfconsciously,
without
hesitation,
hetook
the
bell
and
went
up
to
the
altar
followed
by
his
brother.It
was
a
moment
of
timelesshappiness-of
total
reconciliation.  Outside,
the
blazing
sun,
the
wind
roaring
through
the
trees
of
Alefantara.Inside,
I
felta
total
synthesis
of
all
reasons,
all
motives,
and
I
knew
that
for
this
moment
I
had
come
intothe
world.  6.The
writer
felt
that
by
becoming
a
member
of
the
Church  A.she
had
finally
been
accepted
by
society  B.she
would
be
changed
in
some
way  C.she
would
finally
understand
the
mystery
of
religion  D.she
had
fulfilled
the
purpose
of
her
education  7.The
writer
had
only
just
become
a
barrister
when  A.she
decided
to
give
up
her
career
to
get
married  B.she
married
someone
who
disagreed
with
the
abolition
of
the
death
penalty  C.she
lost
a
small
circle
of
friends
of
whom
she
was
very
fond  D.she
made
herself
extremely
unpopular
with
her
contemporaries  8.The
writer
and
her
husband
went
to
live
on
Mikonos
where  A.they
had
an
elegant
house
built
for
them  B.they
spent
all
summer
lying
in
the
sun
on
the
rooftop  C.they
found
an
unusual
house
to
live
in  D.they
spent
all
summer
visiting
the
surrounding
islands  9.She
and
her
husband
were
regular
visitors
to
the
small
church
on
the
island
because  A.they
treated
the
service
as
both
a
religious
and
a
social
occasion  B.they
enjoyed
talking
to
the
priest
when
the
service
had
finished  C.they
enjoyed
attending
a
service
out-of-doors  D.they
had
a
drink
with
the
priest
after
the
service  10.While
attending
a
service
at
the
same
little
church
she
experienced
a
feeling  of  A.unselfconsciousness  B.total
nothingness  C.momentary
doubt  D.self-fulfillment
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  •     题目排列的不好,每个list有点多
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