09年公共英语二级英语阅读理解模拟试卷.docx

09年公共英语二级英语阅读理解模拟试卷.docx

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09 年公共英语二级英语阅读理解模拟试卷 第三部分 阅读理解 说明:阅读下列短文,从 [A] 、[B] 、[C] 、[D] 四个选项中选择 一个正确答案。 Before 1883, most cities in the United States had their own time. They set their time by the sun. This made many problems for the railroad companies. Their trains went to more than 300 different cities. Every city had a different time. In 1883 Willia Allan made a plan to divide the United States into four different parts called time zones. This made things easier for the railroad companies. Now every city in the same time zone has the same time. The map shows the time zones. They are Pacific ( 太平洋的 ) Standard Time (PST), Mountains Standard Time (MST), Central Standard Time (CST) and Eastern Standard Time (EST). The clocks below the map tell the time in each zone. L=Los Angeles N=New York W=Washington 56.Before 1883, Now York and Washington had and now they . different times... still have different times different times... have the same times the same time... still have the same time the same time... have different times 57.It's now five thirty in New York. What time is it in Los Angeles? 3:30. 8:30. 2:30. 1:30. 58.It's now 2:30 Sept. 1st in Los Angeles. You take a train to New York. In twenty hours you will get there. What's time and date in New York then? 22:30 Sept.1st. 1:30 Sept. 2nd. 19:30 Sept. 1st. 2:30 Sept. 2nd Which of the following shows the correct positions of the four time zones? PST MST CST EST EST CST MST PST CST EST PST MST PST CSST MST EST Good sense is the most equitably distributed thing in the world, for each man considers himself so well provided with it that even those who are most difficult to satisfy in everything else, do not usually wish to have more of it than they have already. It is not likely that everyone is mistaken in this; it shows, rather, that the ability to judge rightly and separate the true from the false, which is essentially what is called good sense or reason, is by nature equal in all men, and thus that our opinions differ not because some men are

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