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A. the CeltsB. the Romans
C. the NormansD. the Germans
2. The song that is most probably sung by Welsh supporters at a rugby
match held in Wales is________, and it has almost become a
national anthem for Wales.
A. God Save Our Queen B. Auld Lang Syne
C. Land of My Fathers D. My Red Red Rose3. Christianity was introduced into Britain by________.
A. the CeltsB. the Virking Danes
C. the GermansD. the Romans
4. The Celtic left little that could later be incorporated into English
A. their language had died outB. they had no language at all
C.they had no written languageD. their language was replaced by Latin5. The most important Middle English poet was_____.
A. the Venerable Bede B. Geoffrey Chaucer
C. John Milton D. William Shakespeare
? 6. The Church of England is “established” in_____.
A. the whole of Britain B. England and Scotland
C. England and Wales D. England only
7. The Puritans were originally an extreme _____sect.
A. ProtestantB. Catholic
C. JewishD. Christian scientist
8. Which of the following does not belong to Christian
A. the Virgin Birth B. the Resurrection
C. the Holy Communion D. the Red Cross9. English sense of humor is characterized by ____.
C. self-deprecationD. self-exaggeration
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46. Which of the following statements are true about the religion in Britain? A. Today only a minority of people go to any kind of Church regularly. B. Today the church-goers are immoral in one way or another. C. Most of the large majority who do not go to Church still believe in God and Heaven in a confused way. D. It is most uncommon for a Briton to be converted to Muslim or Buddhist faith. 47.The three of the following are characteristics of Open University, what are they? ___________ A. It is open to everybody B. It is non-residential C. Lectures are broadcast on TV and radio D. No university degree is awarded 48. In Britain, there are at this time two systems for secondary schoolschooling,____________.
A. the selective B. the public
C. the comprehensive D. the private
49.Which of the following belong to the “Non-White” territories?
A. India B. Pakistan C. Sri Lanka D. New Zealand
50.Which of the following statements are right?
A. The inhabitants in the “White” territories are wholly white.B. The inhabitants in the “White” territories speak English as their
C. The British have never settled in the “Non-White” territories
permanentlyD. The inhabitants in the Mixed territories are all non-British.
51.Which of the following are the authors of the Constitution?
A. Thomas Jefferson B. Benjamin Franklin
C. George Washington D. James Madison
52.Which of the following are major religious groups in the United
A. the ProtestantsB. Roman Catholics
C. the Orthodox Churches D. the Jewish Church
53.About 40 million Americans change residences every year because
of the following reasons __________.AcBCD5AACtPh4hBCACDmAra.ee.S.....nestfhdpgrgjihoto55diierrehAeABclfaobC5C6etlsteaDe.o.m.dfin....nenoWWrtwet.ihmsnsgposKsCieehhpiAnrAaiprePtiieaooorrgehmccomdntinrmehhisepgtwtnenraecouuhmfsrreoorglhaoniltoiidsffsagyouccripnttycttatthsonoaaoiiahhh?_nebtolirnlleebsto_stlsintsyugreoo_affbebtigool_wiinclseenneolla_hcllceerftntoo_aooholiwwwf_onDmraemoa_nmgrBliir.reUeoinn_see.feghugge_mSrsdurbinom_apibenotedon.exdsBedarctneliutelalDo.boshledraematetnse.nghstrcnsiigetereenrothdawsolstmecrAidocmivomapuerghmimfcoilnahofogasoreegttomhrhcenercetlaeitsutosicsqlustaAnclauoosmonhinaamltwdboaiefrueeeoerttmnseetrlrhyisdriiocvesgareahenrratsdsssiintilintifeesasttrmeh?edrsieltybienygosfiztoe57.The monetary assistance for the American students with limited funds
A. part-time jobs B. loans C. scholarships D. tuition
58.In the US, a typical family group that occupies one household consists
A. parents B. grandparents C. cousins D. the unmarried childrenB. 59. Christmas Day is celebrated for___________.
C. A. A. regret B. the birth of Jesus ChristD. C. happiness D. the arrival of the New Year
60.The traditional Christmas colors are________.
A. white B. red C. blue D. greenB. III.Judge whether the following statement is true (A) or false(B) 判断正（
C. 61.The Scottish Highlander considers himself the “true” Scot. His national
dress is the Kilt.D. A. TrueB. False
E. 62.The ancestor of the modern English language is Old English of Anglo-
F. A. True B. FalseG.
63. The speech patterns of the BBC announcers represent the educated
H. A. TrueB. False
I. 64. The authors of The King’s English were the Fowler brothers.
J. A. TrueB. False65. The general British believe in Buddhism.
A. TrueB. False
66. The only widespread non-Christian religion in Britain is that of
A. TrueB. False
67. The real measure of superstition is fear
A. TrueB. False
68. The middle class in Britain consists of well-to-do business men
A. TrueB. False
69. British habits of politeness are on the whole very informal.
A. TrueB. False
70. Eton ,Harrow and Rugby in Britain are the three world-famous
A. TrueB. FalseB.
71. The two widely admired features of Oxford and Cambridge
are the college system and the tutorial system.
C. A. TrueB. FalseD.
72. In Commonwealth, White territories provided the greatest
problems of all.
E. A. TrueB. False73. The need for increased trade and error in navigation led
to Columbus’ discovery of America.
A. TrueB. False
74. Thomas Jefferson was the first president of the United States.
A. TrueB. False
75. In Sweden, most people hardly ever go to church at all.
A. TrueB. False
76. The national advertising in the US created national tastes in
A. TrueB. False
77. The sense of humor is still an important part of the American
character that has come from the immigrants.
A. TrueB. False
78. All Americans’ children are offered 12 years of free public
A. TrueB. False
79. Americans give thanks on Thanksgiving Day for the blessings
they have enjoyed during the past years.
A. TrueB. False
80.The blacks has the largest population in the US.
A. TrueB. FalseVI. Filling the blank (填空)
1.The full name of the United Kingdom is______________.
2. The two very different passions that have developed from the hard-
working lives of the Welsh are _________and______.3.
The whole of Ireland was colonized by England in the year of
_________, but was partitioned in the year of ____________.
1. 4. The roots of the English language go back to _________.5.
With the Norman invasion led by William the Conqueror,
_____became the official language of England. The common people,
however, continued to speak their own ______language.
6. BBC was founded in the year_______, its motto was____________.
7. Jesus Christ was miraculously conceived by a virgin named _____.
8. All the nonconformist sects in Britain agree on the essentials of
_______, but have different methods of organization or forms of service.9.
Price Philip once said that ________is “God’s greatest gift to
10. One of the biggest barriers of social equality in England is the
_______education system. To have been to a “public school” immediately
marks you as one of the ______class.
11. Every child in Britain must by law receive full-time education from
the age of______ to _______.12. In Britain, the schools run by the State is officially called______. 13. In Britain, the prep school curriculum differs considerably from that of the
junior school, since its main target is not the ‘eleven plus’, but the ________examination at age of 13, for admission to a “_________school”.
14.The two oldest universities in Britain are______ and ______. 15. In Britain, the university with far more students than any other British university is__________. 16.The Commonwealth of Nations contains three groups of territories as follows:______, ________and_______. 17. In Canada the true native people are called___________ and_________, in Australia the true native people are_____________, and in New Zealand they are called_________________. 18.The author believes that the fundamental difficulty in the racial relations in Britain is__________. ___________ simply worsens the situation.
19.The basic problem in the mixed territories is not ___________ but _ _________.
20. The inhabitants in the mixed territories are partly_____ and partly________. 21. The head of Commonwealth is______________.22.The first successful English colony in the Americas was founded at_________ in ___________.
23. The first shot of the American War of Independence was fired at ___________on April 19,1775.
24. The first group of English colonists found a way to earn money by growing ____________, which they began shipping to England in 1614.
25.In 1620, a group of Puritans, called ________, crossed the Atlantic in the ship _________ and settled at Plymouth, Massachusetts.
26. To ensure individual liberties, ___________ was added to the Constitution in 1791.
27. ___________ in America ruled that religious instruction in public schools was against the Constitution.
28.Over three-fifths of all Americans are ____________; and the largest single group is that of ___________.
29.The two Protestant denominations, __________ and ___________are by now considered as wholly American without any particular English associations.
30.There are _______people in the United States and it is the _____largest nation in the world.1. 31. The basic rights of every American citizens outlined in the first ten amendments include freedom of_________, freedom of ________, and freedom from ____________. 2 32.“All men are created equal”, this famous statement appeared in ________. 3. 33. The consumer is concerned about accomplishing two goals: ______and ______. 4.34.Those that protested against _______received the most alarming attention in the 1960s. 5. 35. Americans are accused of being ______, because of their tremendous expenditures for goods and services, but actually they are, on the whole, _______. 6. 36.In the US, classes of students are divided into _______academic levels called ___________. 7. 37.The institutions that offer only undergraduate courses are called __________, those that have undergraduate, graduate, and professional schools are called________. 8. 38. College students must maintain at least a low ______average in order to remain in school.
39. _______is the college sport which stirs up the most national interest. 2. 40. One of the most common causes of quarrels in family is _________.01. 41.Less than ______of Americans live on farms. 2. 42.The American society worships_________, so the elderly are often ignored. 3. 43.The first formal agreement for self-government in America was __________. 4. 44. The typical food for a traditional Thanksgiving dinner is ______and _____. 5. 45.Thanksgiving Day falls on __________, and Christmas falls on ______. 6. 46. People who share similar physical features are socially defined as a _______; those who share cultural patterns are socially defined as an _______; any group of people other than the dominant “WASP” group is a _______. 7. 47.The largest Asian American groups in the US are ______ and _____. 8. 48. Name three aspects of the cultural heritage kept by Chinese American: ______, ________ and _________.
49.It is believed that the U.S.A. serves as a ________in which diverse races and cultures are blended.
50.Asian Americans are concentrated in ______and ________. V. Answer the following questions in brief (简要回答).1. 1.What is Standard English? (Part one, Chapter 3, Which English?) 2. 2.Why has English religion declined in Britain during the present century? (Part one, Chapter 7, Religion and Beliefs)3.What is English sportsmanship? (Part one, Chapter 8, Character and Manners) 4. 4. What do M.A., B.A. and B. Sc stand for in Britain’s Universities? (Part one, Chapter 9, Education) 5. 5. Please explain the color problems in Britain. (Part one, Chapter12, The Commonwealth) 6. 6.Please explain the relationship between religion and education in the US. (Part two, Chapter 5, Religion) 7. 7.What is American Dream? (Part two, Chapter 6, The American Character) 8. 8. Why is the American culture regarded as child-centered one? (Part two, Chapter 8, American Family life) 9. 9. Why is America called ‘the melting pot’? (Part two, Chapter10, Race and Ethnic Relations)
10. Please talk something about the Chinatowns in America. (Part two, Chapter 10, Race and Ethnic Relations)1. 1. The English used by Geoffrey Chaucer was that of _____; and it had a
AA. London, Latin B. Scotland, French
CC. Wales; Scandinavian D. London, French
2. All Shakespeare’s works are in_________.
AA. Old English B. Middle English C. Modern English D. Latin3. 3. The greatest single influence of the shaping of the English language in
modern times is________.
A. the “pop” revolution in the 1960s B. the numerous increase in travel
C. American EnglishD. the French language
4. To other Europeans, the best known quality of the British, and in
particular of the English, is______.
AA. reserve B. Modesty C. sense of humour D. sportsmanship5. Which of the following is not true about the English class system?
AA. It is an embarrassing subject for English people.
BB. Working-class students cannot receive a university education.
CC. The class system is much less rigid than it was.
DD. The class system still exists below the surface.6 If a student wants to go to university in Britain, he will take the examination
A. the Certificate of Secondary EducationB. the Ordinary level of the General Certificate of Education
C. the Advanced level of the General Certificate of Education.D. the common entrance examination
7.Public school in England are usually attended by those whose parents
A. rich B. politically conservative
C. both rich and conservative D. liberal
8. About _____of income of British universities is provided by the state.
A. one-quarter B. half C. three-quarters D. one-third9. The Commonwealth is________.
A. an astonishing mixtureB. a very strict organization
C. vanishing graduallyD. becoming stronger and stronger
10. Most American regional distinction have been erased by the following
A. the pioneering spirit B. modern transportation
C. communicationD. mass production