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作文二:For this part, youare allowed 30 minutes to write an essay about the impact of informationexplosion by referring to the saying "a wealth ofinformation creates a poverty of attention". You can cite examplesto illustrate your point and then explain what you can do to avoid beingdistracted by irrelevant information? You should write at least 150 words butno more than 200 words.作文三:For this part, you are allowed 30 minutes to write anessay on happiness by referring to the saying”Happiness is not the absence of probems”,but the ability to dealwith them.”You can cite examples to illustrate your point and then explain how you can develop your ability todeal with problem and be happy.you should write at least 150words but nomore than 200words.Part ⅡListening Comprehension (30 minutes)Section ADirections: In this section,you will hear 8 short conversationsand 2 long conversations.At the end of each conversation,one or more questionswill be asked about what was said.Both the conversation and the questions willbe spoken only once.After each question there will be a pause.During thepause,you must read the four choice marked A),B),C) and D),and decide which isthe best answer.Then mark the corresponding letter on Answer Sheet 1 with asingle line through the centre.注意:此部分试题请在答题卡1上作答。

1.A)Labor problems. C)An error in the order.B)Weatherconditions. D)Misplacing ofgoods.2.A)What the woman says makes a lot of sense.B)The rich are opposed to social welfare.C)He is sympathetic with poor people.D)He agrees with Mr.Johnso’s views.3.A)He will be practicing soccer. C)He will be attending a meeting.B)He has work to finish in time. D)He has a tough problem to solve.4.A)Mary should get rid of her pet as soon as possible.B)Mary will not be able to keep a dog in the building.C)Mary is not happy with the ban on pet animals.D)Mary might as well send her dog to her relative.5.A)The twins’voices are quite different.B)Lisa and Gale are not very much alike.C)He does not believe they are twin sisters.D)The woman seems a bit hard of hearing.6.A)The serious economic crisis in Britain.B)A package deal to be signed in November.C)A message from their business accociates.D)Their ability to deal with financial problems.7.A)It is impossible to remove the stain completely.B)The man will be charged extra for the service.C)The man has to go to the main cleaning facility.D)Cleaning the pants will take longer than usual.8.A) European markets. C) Luxury goods.B) A protest rally. D) Imported products.Questions 9 to 12 are based on the conversation you have justheard.9. A) He made a business trip. C)He talked to her on the phone.B) He had a quarrel with Marsha. D) He resolved a budget problem.10.A) She may have to be fired for poor performance.B) She has developed some serious mental problem.C) She is in charge of the firm’s budget planning.D) She supervises a number of important projects.11. A) She failed to arrive at the airport on time.B) David promised to go on the trip in her place.C) Something unexpected happened at her home.D) She was not feeling herself on that day.12.A) He frequently gets things mixed up.B) He is always finding fault with Marsha.C) He has been trying hard to cover for Marsha.D) He often fails to follow through on his projects.Questions 13 to 15 are based on the conversation you have justheard.13. A) They are better sheltered from all the outsidetemptations.B) They are usually more motivated to compete with their peers.C) They have more opportunities to develop their leadershipskills.D) They take an active part in more extracurricular activities.14. A) Its chief positions are held by women.B)Its teaching staff consists of women only.C) Its students aim at managerial posts.D) Its students are role models of women.15.A)It is under adequate control.B) It is traditional but colourful.C) They are more or less isolated from the outside world.D) They have ample opportunities to meet the opposite sex.SectionBDirections: In this section, you will hear 3 shortpassages. At the end of each passage,you will hear some questions. Both thepassage and the questions will be spoken only once. After you hear a question,you must choose the best answer from the four choices marked A), B), C) and D).Then mark the corresponding letter on Answer Sheet 1 with a single line throughthe centre.注意:此部分试题请在答题卡1上作答。

PassageOneQuestions 16 to 19 are based on the passageyou have just heard16.A. By invading the personal space of listenersB.BY making gestures at straiegic pointsC.BY speaking in a deep , loud voiceD.BY speaking with the local accent17. A. To promote sportsmanship amongbusiness ownersB.To encourage people to support local sports groupsC.To raise money for a forthcoming local sports eventD.To show his family’S contribution to the community18. A . They are known to be the style ofthe sports worldB.They would certainly appeal to his audienceC.They represent the latest fashion in the business circlesD.They are believed to communicate power and influence19. A. To cover up his own nervousnessB.To create a warm personal atmosphereC.To enhance the effect of background musicD.To allow the audience to better enjoy his slidesPassage TwoQuestions 20 to 22 are based on passage youhave just heard .20. A . She was the first educated slave ofjohn wheatley’sB.She was the greatest female poet in colonial AmericeC.She was born about the time df the war of independenceD.She was the first African-American slave to publish a book21.A . Revise it a number of timesB.Obtain consent from her ownerC.Go through a scholarly examinationD.Turn to the colonial governor for help22. A. Literary works calling for theabolition of slaveryB.Religious scripts popular among slaves in AmericaC.A rich stock of manuscripts left by historical figuresD.Lots of lost works written by African-American womenPassage 323. A)it is a trait ofgenerous characterB) it is a reflection of self-esteemC) it is an indicator of high intelligenceD) it is a sign of happiness and confidence24 A) it wasself-defeatingB)it was aggressiveC)it was the essence of comedyD) it was something admirable25) A)it is a double-edged swordB) it is a feature of a given cultureC)it is a unique gift of human beingsD)it is a result of both nature and nurtureSectionCDirections: In this section, you will hear a passage three times. When thepassage is read for the first time, you should listen carefully for its generalidea. When the passage is read for the second time, you are required to fill inthe blanks with the exact words you have just heard. Finally, when the passageis read for the third time, you should check what you have written.注意:此部分试题请在答题卡1上作答。It is important that we be mindful of the earth,theplanet out of which we are born and by which we are nourished,guided,healed-theplanet ,however,which wehave(26)_____to a considerable degree in these pasttwo centuries of (27)_____exploitation,this exploitation has reachedsuceh(28)_________that presently it appears that some hundreds of thousands ofsepecies will be(29)______before the end of the century.In our times,human shrewdness has mastered thedeep(30)________of the earth at a level far beyond the capatities of earlierpeoples,we can break the mountains apart,we can drain the rivers and flood thevalleys,we can turn the most luxuriant forests into throwaway paper products,wecan(31)_________the great grass cover of the westem plainsandpour(32)______chemicals into the soil until the soil is dead and blowsaway in the wind,We cn pollute the airwhith acids,the river with sewage(污水),the seas with oil.We can inventcomputers(33)______processing ten million calculations per second.And why?Toincrease the volume and thd wasteheap,our managerial skills are measured by thecompetence(34)____inaccelerating this process.If in these activities the physical features of theplanet are damaged,if the environment is made inhospitable for(35)_______livingspecies,then so be it ,We are ,supposedly,creating a technoligical wondreworld.Part III Reading Comprehension (40 minutes)SectionADirections: In thissection, there is a passage with ten blanks. You are required to select oneword for each blank from a list of choices given in a word bank following thepassage. Read the passage through carefully before making your choices. Eachchoice in the bank is identified by a letter. Please mark the correspondingletter for each item on Answer Sheet 2 with a single line through the centre.You may not use any of the words in the bank more than once.Questions 36 to 45 are based on the followingpassage.Quite often, educators tell families of children who are learningEnglish as a secondlanguage to speak only English, and not their nativelanguage, at home. Although these educators may have good (36) __________intentions, their advice to families is misguided, and it (37)__________ stems from misunderstandings about the processof language acquisition. Educators may fear that children hearing two languageswill become (38) __________permanentlyconfused and thus their languagedevelopment will be (39) __________ delayed;this concern is not documented in the literature. Children are capable oflearning more than one language, whether (40) __________simultaneouslyorsequentially(依次地). In fact, most children outside of the United States are expectedto become bilingual or even, in many cases, multilingual. Globally, knowingmore than one language is viewed as an (41) __________assetand even a necessityin many areas。

It is also of concern that the misguided advice that students shouldspeak only English is given primarily to poor families with limited educationalopportunities, not to wealthier families who have many educational advantages.Since children from poor families often are (42)__________identified asat-risk for academic failure, teachers believe that advising families to speakEnglish only is appropriate. Teachers consider learning two languages to be too(43)__________overwhelming for children from poor families, believing that thechildren are already burdened by their home situations。

If families do not know English or have limitedEnglish skills themselves, how can they communicate in English? Advisingnon-English-speaking families to speak only English is(44)__________equivalent to telling them not to communicate with or interact withtheir children. Moreover, the (45) __________underlying message is that thefamily's native language is not important or valued。

A)Asset I)permanentlyB)Delayed j)prevalentC)Deviates k)simultaneouslyD)Equivalent L)stemsE)Identified M)successivelyF)Intentions N)underlyingG)Object O) visualizingH)overwhelmingsection BDirections:In this section,you are going toread a passage wihe ten statements attached to it.Each statement containsinformation given in one of the paragraphs. Idetify the paragraph from whichthe information is derived.you may choose a paragraph more than once. Eachparagraph is marked with a letter.Answer the questions by marking thecorresponding letter on Answer Sheet 2.The Uses of DifficultyThe brain likes a challenge-and putting a fewobstacles in its way may well boost its creativity.A)jack white, the former frontman of thewhite stripe and an influential figure among fellow musicians, likes to makethings difficult for himself. He uses cheap guitars that won't stay in shape orin tune. When performing, he positions his instruments in a way that isdeliberately inconvenient, so that swiching from guitar to organ mid-songinvolves a way that is deliberately inconvenient, so that switching from guitarto organ mid-song involves a mad dash across the stage. Why? Because he's onthe run from what he describes as a disease that preys on everyartist:"ease of use". When making music gets too easy, says white, itbecomes harder to make it sing.B)It's an odd thought. Why would anyone maketheir work more difficult than it already is? Yet we know that difficulty canpay unexpected dividends. In 1966,soon after the Beatles had finished work on"Rubber Soul", Paul McCartney looked into the possibility of going toAmerica to record their next album. The equipment in American studios was moreadvaced than anything in Britain, which had led the Beatles' great rivals,theRolling Stones, to make their latest album, "Aftermath", in LosAngles .McCartney found that EMI's (百代唱片)contractualclauses made it prohibitively expensive to follow suit, and the Beatles had tomake do with the primitive technology of Abbey Road.C) Lucky for us .Over the next two years theymade their most groundbreaking work. tuming the recording studio into a magicalinstrument of its own.Precisely because they were working with old-fashionedmachines, George Martin of its own.Precisely because they were woring withold-fashioed machines, George Martin and his team of engineers were forced toapply every ouce of their creativity to solve the problems posed to them byLennon and McCartney. Songs like"Tomrrow Never Knows","Strawberry Fields Forever ",and"A Day in the Life"featuredrevolutionary sound effectss that dazzled and mystified Martin's Americancounterparts.D)sometimes it's only when a difficulty isremoved that we realise what it was doing for us. For More than two decades,starting in the 1960s,the poet Ted Hughes sat on the judging panel of an annualpoetry competition for British schoolchiildren. During the 1980s he noticed anincreasing number of long poems among the submissions, with some running to 70or 80pages.These poems wer verbally inventive andfluent, but also"strangely boring",After making inquiries Hughesdiscovered that they were being composed on computer, then just finding theirway into British homes.E)You might have thought any tool whichenables a writer to get words on to the page would be an advantage .But theremay be a cost to such facility. In an interview with the Paris Review Hughesspeculated that when a person puts pen to paper, "you meet the terribleresistance of what happened your first year at it,when you couldn't write atall".As the brain attempts to force the unsteady hand to do its bidding,the tension between the two results in a more compressed, psychologicallydenser expression. Remove that resistance and you are more likely to produce a70-page ramble(不着边际的长篇大论).F)Our brains respond better to difficultythan we imagine, In schools,teachers and pupils alike often assume that if aconcept has been easy to learn, then the lesson has been successful.Butnumerous studies have now found that when classroom material is made harder toabsorb,pupils retain more of it over the long term, and undersand it on adeeper level.G)As a poet,Ted Hughes had an acutesensitivity to the way in which constraints onself-expression.like thedisciplines of metre rhyme(韵律),spurcreative theought.What applies to poets and musicians also applies to our dailylives,We tend to equate(等同)happinesswith freedom,but as the psyhotherapist and writer Adam Phillips hasobserved,without obstacles to our desires it's harder to know we want,or wherewe're heading.He tells the story of a patient,a first-time mother whocomplained that her young son war always clinging to her,wrapping himselfaround her legs wherever she went.she never had a momentto herself,shesaid,because her son was"always in the way".when phillips asked herwhere she would go if he wasn't in the way,she replied cheerfully."Oh,Iwouldn't know where I was!"H)Take another common obstacle:lack ofmoney.People often assume that more money will make them happier.But economistswho study the relationship between money and happiness have consistently foundthat,above a certain income,the two do not reliably correlate,Despite the easewith which the rich can acquire almost anything they desire,they are just aslikely to be unhappy as the middle classes.In this regard a least,F.ScottFitzgerald was wrong.I) Indeed,ease of acquisition is theproblem,The novelist Edward St Aubyn has a narrator remark of the very richthat,"not having to consider affordability,their desires rambled on likeunstoppable bores,relentless(持续不断的) andwhicsical(反覆无常的)at the same time" When Boston College,aprivate research university,wanted a better feel for its potential donors,itasked the psychologist Robert Kenny to inverstigate the mindset of the super-rich.Hesurveyed 165 households,most of which had a net worth of$25m or more.he foundthat many of his subjects were confused by the infinitepotions their money presented them with. They found it hard to know what towant, creating a kind of existential bafflement. One of them put it like this:“You know, Bob ,you can just buy so much stuff, and when you get tothe point where you can just buy so much st uff, now what are you going to do?”J) The internet makes informationbillionaires out of all of us, and the architects of our online experiences arecatching on to the need to make things creatively difficult. Twitter’s hugesuccess is rooted in the simple but profound insight that in a medium withinfinite space for self-expression, the most interesting thing we can do is restrictourselves to 140 characters. The music service This Is My Jam helps peoplenavigate the tens of millions of tracks now available instantly via Spotify andiTunes. Users pick their favourite song of the week to share with others . Theyonly get to choose one. The service was only launched this year but by the endof September 650,000 jams had been chosen, Its co-founder Matt Ogle explainsits raison detre(存在的理由)like this:”I n anage of endless choice, we were missing a way to say:’ This. This is the one youshould listen to’”K)Today’s world offers more opportunitythan ever to follow the advice of the Walker Brothers and make it easy onourselves. Compared with a hundred years ago, our lives are less tightly boundby social norms and physical constraints. Technology has cut out much of life’sdonkeywork, and we have more freedoms than ever. We can wear what we like andcommunicate with hundreds of friends at once at the click of a mouse. Obstaclesare everywhere disappearing. Few of us wish to turn the clock back, but perhapswe need to remind ourselves how useful the right obstacles can be. Sometimes,the best route to fulfillment is the path of more resistance.注意:此部分试题请在答题卡2上作答46.The rigorous requirements placed on thewriting of poetry stimulate the poet’s creativity.47.With creativity , even old-fashionedinstruments may produce spectacular sound effects.48.It is a false assumption that lessonsshould be made easier to learn.49. It is a false assumption that lessonsshould be made easier to learn.50.Obstacles deliberately placed in thecreation of music contribute to its success.51.Those who enjoy total freedom may notfind themselves happy.52.Ted Hughes discovered many long poemssubmitted for poetry competition were composed on computers.53.Maybe we need to bear in mind that theright obstacles help lead us to greater achievements.54.An investigation found that many of thesuper-rich were baffled by the infinite choices their money made available.55.One free social networking websiteturned out to be successful because it limited each pasting to one hundred andforty characters.SectionCDirections: There are 2 passages in thissection. Each passage is followed by some questions or unfinished statements.For each of them there are four choices marked A),B),C) and D). You shoulddecide on the best choice and mark the corresponding letter on Answer Sheet 2with a single line through the centre.PassageOneQuestions 56 to 60 are based on thefollowing passage.There was a time no long ago when newscience Ph.D.s in the United States were expected to pursue a career path inacademia(学术界).But today, mostgraduates end up working outside academia. not only in industry but also incareers such as science policy, communications, and patent law. Partly this isa result of how bleak the academic job market is, but there’s also a risingawareness of career options that Ph.D. scientists haven’t trained fordi rectly-but for which they have useful knowledge, skills, and experience.Still, there’s a huge disconnect between the way we currently train scientistsand the actual employment opportunities available for them, and an urgent needfor dramatic improvements in training programs to help close the gap. Onecritical step that could help to drive change would be to require Ph.D.students and postdoctoral scientists to follow an individual developmentplan(IDP).In 2002,the U.S Federation of AmericanSocieties for Experimental Biology recommended that every postdoctoralresearcher put together an IDP in consultation with an adviser. Since then,several academic institutions have begun to require IDPs for postdocs. And inJune, the U.S. Na-tional Institutes of Health(NIH) Biomedical ResearchWorkforce Working Group recommended that the NIH require IDPs for theapproximately 32,000 postdoctoral researchers they support, Other fundingagencies, public and private, are moving in a similar direction.IDPs have long been used by governmentagencies and the private sector to achieve specific goals for the employee andthe organization. The aim is to ensure that employees have an explicit tool tohelp them understand their own abilities and aspirations, determine careerpossibilities, and set (usually short-term) goals. In science, graduatestudents and new Ph.D. scientists can use an IDP to identify and navigate aneffective career path.A free Web application for this purpose, called myIDP, has becomeavailable this week.It’s designed to guide carly-career scientists through aconfidential. rigorous process of introspection(内省) to create a customized career plan. Guided by expert knowledgefrom a panel of science focused career advisers, each trainee’s self-assessmentis used to rank a set of career trajectories(轨迹). After the user has identified a long-term career goal, myIDPwalks her or him through the process of setting short-term goals directedloward accumulating new skills and experiences important for that careerchoice.Although surverys reveal the IDPprocess to be useful. Trainees report a need for additional resources to helpthem identify a long-term career path and complete an IDP. Thus, myIDP will bemost effective when it’s embedded in larger career-development efforts. Forexample, universities could incorporate IDPs into their graduate curricula tohelp students discuss, plan, prepare for, and achieve their long-term careergoals.注意:此部分试题请在答题卡2上作答.56. What do we learn about new science Ph.D.s in the United States today?A)They lack the skills and expertise needed for their jobs.B)They can choose from a wider range of well-paying jobs.C)They often have to seek jobs outside the academiccircleD)They are regarded as the nation’s driving force of change57.What does the author say about America’s Ph.D. training?A)It should be improved to better suit the job market.B)It is closely linked to future career requirements.C)It should be re-oriented to careers outside academia.D)It includes a great variety of practical courses.58. What was recommended for Ph.D.s and postdoctoral researchers?A)They meet the urgent needs of the corporate world.B)A long-term career goal be set as early as possible.C)An IDP be made in consultation with an adviser.D)They acquire an explicit tool to helpobtain jobs.59. Government agencies and the private sector often use IDPs to_________.A)bring into full play the skills and expertise of their postdoctoralresearchersB)help employees make the best use of their abilities to achieve their careergoalsC)place employees in the most appropriate positionsD)hire the most suitable candidates to work for them60. What do we know about myIDP?A)It is an effective tool of self-assessment and introspection for bettercareer plans.B)It enables people to look into various possibilities and choose the careerthey love.C)It promise a long-term career path.D)It is part of the graduate curriculaPassage TwoQuestions 61 to 65 are based on the following passage.Just over a decade into the 21stcentury, women’s progress can be celebrated across a range of fields. They holdthe highest political offices from Thailand to Brazil, Costa Rica to Australia.A woman holds the top spot at the International Monetary Fund; another won theNobelPrize in economics. Self-made billionaires in Beijing, tech innovators inSilicon Valley, pioneering justices in Ghana-in these and countless otherareas, women are leaving their mark.But hold the applause. In SaudiArabia, women aren’t allowed to drive. In Pakistan. 1,000 women die in honorkillings every year. In the developed world, women lag behind men in pay andpolitical power. The poverty rate among women in the U.S. rose to 14.5% lastyear.To measure the state of women’sprogress, Newsweek ranked 165 countries, looking at five areas that affectwomen’s lives: treatment under the law, workforce participation, politicalpower, and access to education and health care. Analyzing data from the UnitedNations and the World Economic Forum, among others, and consulting with expertsand academics, we measured 28 factors to come up with our rankings.Counties with the highest scores tendto be clustered in the West, where gender discrimination is against the law,and equal rights are constitutionally enshrined(神圣化). But there were some surprise. Some otherwise high-rankingcountries had relatively low scores for political representation. Canada rankedthird overall but 26th in power, behind countries such as Cuba andBurundi. Does this suggest that a woman in a nation’s top office translates tobetter lives for women in gencral? Not exactly. “Trying to quantify or measurethe impact of women in politics is hard because in very few countries havethere been enough women in politics to make a difference.” Says Anne-MarieGoetz, peace and security adviser for U.N. Women.Of course, no index can account for everything.Declaring that onecountry is better than another in the way that it treats more than half itscitizens means relying on broad strokes and generalities. Some things simplycan’t be measured. And cross-cultural comparisons can’t account for differencesof opinion.Certain conclusions are nonethelessclear. For one thing, our index backs up a simple but profound statement madeby Hillary Clinton at the recent Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit. “Whenwe liberate the economic potential of women. We elevate the ec onomicperformance of communities, nations, and the world,” she said,” There’s ast imulative effect that kicks in when women have greater access to jobs and theeconomic lives of our countries: Greater political stability. Fewer militaryconflicts. More food. More educational opportunity for children. By harnessingthe economic potential of all women. We boost opportunity for all people.”注意:此部分试题请在答题卡2上作答。

61.What does the author think about women’s progress so far?A.It still leaves much to be desiredB.It is too remarkable to be measuredC.It has greatly changed women’s fateD.It is achieved through hard atruggle62.In what countries have women made the greatest progress?A.Where women hold key posts in governmentB.Where women’s rights are protected by lawC.Where women’s participation in management is highD.Where women enjoy better education and health care63.What do Newsweek ranking reveal about women in Canada?A.They care little about political participationB.They are generally treated as equals by menC.They have a surprisingly low social atatusD.They are underrepresented in politics64.What does Anne-Marie Goetz think of a women being in anation’s top office?A.It does not necessarily raise women’s political awarenessB.It does not guarantee a better life for the nation’swomenC.It enhances women ‘s statusD.It boosts women’s confidence65.What does Hillary Clinton suggest we do to make the world abetter place?A.Give women more political powerB.Stimulate women’s creativityC.Allow women access to educationD.Tap women’s economic potentialPart IV Translation (30 minutes)Directions: For this part, you are allowed 30 minutes totranslate a passage from Chinese into English. You should write your answer onAnswer Sheet 2.翻译一:中国人自古以来就在中秋时节庆祝丰收,这与北美地区庆祝感恩节的习俗十分相似,过中秋节的习俗与唐代早期在中国各地开始流行,中秋节在农历八月十五,是人们拜月的节日,这天夜晚皓月当空,人们合家团聚,共赏明月。2006年,中秋节被列为中国的文化遗产,2008年又被定为公共假日,月饼被视为中秋节不可或缺的美食,人们将月饼作为礼物馈赠亲友或在家庭聚会上享用。传统的月饼上带有“寿”(longevity)、“福”或“和”等字样。

翻译二:丝绸之路:闻名于世的丝绸之路是一系列连接东西方的路线。丝绸之路是古代中国的丝绸贸易。丝绸之路上的贸易在中国、南亚、欧洲和发挥这重要作用。正是通过丝绸之路,中国的造纸、火药、指南针、印刷术传遍各地。同样,中国的丝绸、茶叶和瓷器也传遍各地,欧洲也是通过丝绸之路出口各种商品和植物,满足中国市场的需要。

翻译三:中国园林是经过三千多年演化而成的独具一格的园林景观。它既包括为皇室成员享乐而建造的大型花园,也包括学者、商人和卸任的政府官员为摆脱嘈杂的外部世界而建造的私家花园。这些花园构成了一种意在表达人与自然之间应有的调和关系的微缩景观。典型的中国园林周围有围墙,园内有池塘、假山、树木、花草一级各种各样由弯曲的小路和走廊衔接的建筑。散步在花园中,人们可以看到一系列精心设计的景观犹如山水画卷一般展示在面前。

龙8游戏Part 1: 作文1.作文一:大学快要毕业了,需要找工作,写一封求职信说明申请工作的原因和自己能胜任的理由。

参考样文:Dear Mr. Johnson/ Hi, Mr. Johnson,I wish to apply for the position of a secretary you advertised in Beijing Weekly the other day.I, a 23-year business English major graduate, will graduate from Hunan University and obtain my bachelor’s degree in a few months. I surely boast the qualifications and intern experience intended for this job, which, according to the advertisement description, demands a multi-lingual person with some secretary experience. Chinese my home tongue,I have been the Best Host in the host competition of our school;what's more, I’m also a very good English learner and user with CET-4 657 point and CET-6 625 point. As for my work experience, I served as intern secretary for one year for a medium-sized company, and the whole year’s intern experience has helped me aware of the significance of co-operation and co-ordination among coworkers. Because of my excellent performance, I proudly present you a recommendation letter from the company enclosed.Thank you for your consideration of my application.Looking forward to your reply.Yours Sincerely,Li Ming2.作文二:For this part, you are allowed 30 minutes to write an essay about the impact of information explosion by referring to the saying "a wealth of information creates a poverty of attention". You can cite examples to illustrate your point and then explain what you can do to avoid being distracted by irrelevant information? You should write at least 150 words but no more than 200 words.试题回顾:2013.6 Good habits result from resisting temptation.所学回顾Although honesty is believed to be a virtue, there are still dishonest people in our society. For example, some businessmen sell fake product to their consumers; some students cheat in the exams.Dishonest people are short-sighted. Those who sell fake products may make money at first, but consumers won’t buy their products any more. As a result, they will lose their fortune or even be sent to prison. By contrast, honest people are long-sighted. Those who always tell truth or keep to their promise not only let others trust them but gain respect from other people as well. Such persons are sure to have a lot of good friends.Because they are trustable and respectable, everyone is eager to make friends with them. Besides, it is easier for a person with a good record to get a good job. Generally speaking, every employer wants his employees to be honest. So we can say that anyone who is honest will be paid back later. In a word, honesty wins trust, respect and honor.So it is important that we should be honest.活学活用Keep Oneself FocusedAlthough a wealth of information is believed to be good news for people, there are still those people lost in a sea of information. For example, some college graduates cannot land a job offer finally in spite of so many job offers facing them.Then comes the question “why people are lost when faced with a wealth of information”? Undoubtedly, the point is that "a wealth of information creates a poverty of attention".Those who are distracted by irrelevant information cannot focus themselves on what they should concentrate themselves upon. For example, a college graduate should focus on their career planning in their all life, but unfortunately most of them are distracted by the mere desire formonye. As a result, they will be loser. By contrast, Those who know their real needs and can keep themselves focused on what they should concentrate themselves upon can go all out to pursue and achieve their dreams. Such persons are sure to enjoy more success and happiness.As to the issue, I hold that above all I must know what I myself need exactly. In other words, I must embrace a very clear and definite goal. Then, reflection and reminding can help me a lot. I’ll usually reflect whether I stay away from my goal or not, and remind meself to be concentrated. Last I must improve myself to be more self-disciplined.In a word, a wealth of information creates a poverty of attention. So it is significant that we should keep ourselves focused.3.作文三:For this part, you are allowed 30 minutes to write an essay on happiness by referring to the saying”Happiness is not the absence of probems”,but the ability to deal with them.”You can cite examples to illustrate your point and then explain how you can develop your ability to deal with problem and be happy.you should write at least 150words but no more than 200words.试题回顾:2013.6 Earth provided you enough thing to satisfysomeone’s needs, but not someone’s greeds.2012.12 the way to success参考样文1:The Way to HappinessWhen it comes to the topic of “happiness”, the opinions of people usually distinguish from each other, which give rise to the heated discussion among the public concerning the way to achieve happiness. As the saying goes, “Happiness is not the absence of problems, but the ability to deal with them.” I personally agree that the ability to cope with complications in life is the right path of pursing happiness.However, how could we deal with daily troubles or even struggles could generate serious concerns. Frommy perspective, to begin with individuals, optimism could perform an essential character. According to a survey conducted in certain institution in China, the percent of people with optimistic attitudes far out weighs the opposite in the aspects of overcoming dilemmas, thus having better opportunity to achieve the sense of happiness.In addition, in terms of the society, certain institutions in China should launch relevant campaigns to strengthen the emphasis putting on the resolving of a problem, not the way trying to avoid it or even to neglect it. In spite of the fact that this may be a long run, these methods of coping with problems could definitely contribute to happiness in our consistent efforts.参考样文2:To solve problem, to taste happiness“What is happiness?”is a clichétopic. Everyone has a different definition to the true meaning of happiness. For Franklin Roosevelt, “happiness is not the mere possession of money; it lies in the joy of achievement, in the thrill of creative effort.”Fo r Elbert Einstein, “if you want tolive in a happy life, tie it to the goal, not the people or the things.” Although the two great men grant different definitions to happiness, there is something in common, that is, happiness derives from the capacity to solve problems. I believe that this is true.There is no denying that life is full of problems. Let’s take environmental pollution for example. Pollution poses a great threat to our existence. Fortunately, this public hazard has drawn our greatly attention and many effective measures are being taking to solve it. In fact, now the public are benefiting more and more from pollution prevention and control. We can enjoy clear air, health food and beautiful scenes again. Isn’t this happiness?All in all, indeed, equipped with the ability to cope with problems should suppose to be happiness. In other worlds, in the middle of problems lies happiness.Part 3:阅读理解Section 1:选词填空36 intentions37 stems38 permanently39 delayed40 simultaneously41 asset42 identified43 overwhelming44 equivalent45 underlying【原文】Quite often, educators tell families of children who are learning English as a second language to speak only English, and not their native language, at home. Although these educators may have good (36) intentions, their advice to families is misguided, and it (37) stemsfrom misunderstandings about the process of language acquisition. Educators may fear that children hearing two languages will become (38) permanentlyconfused and thus their language development will be (39) delayed; this concern is not documented in the literature. Children are capable of learning more than one language, whether (40) simultaneouslyor sequentially(依次地). In fact, most children outside of the United States are expected to become bilingual or even, in many cases, multilingual. Globally, knowing more than one language is viewed as an (41) assetand even a necessity in many areas.It is also of concern that the misguided advice that students should speak only English is given primarily to poor families with limited educational opportunities, not to wealthier families who have many educational advantages. Since children from poor families often are (42) identified as at-risk for academic failure, teachers believe that advising families to speak English only is appropriate. Teachers consider learning two languages to be too (43) overwhelming for children from poor families, believing that the children are already burdened by their home situations.If families do not know English or have limited English skills themselves, how can they communicate in English? Advising non-English-speaking families to speak only English is (44) equivalent to telling them not to communicate with or interact with their children. Moreover, the (45) underlying message is that the family's native language is not important or valued.

Section 3: 仔细阅读第一篇:56. C. They often have to seek job outside the academic circle.57. A. It should be improved to better suit the job market.58. C. An IDP be made in communication with an adviser.59. B. help employees make the best use of their abilities to achieve their goals.60. A. It is the effective tool of self-awareness and introspection for better career plans.本篇阅读属于社论,文章主要探讨的是博士的职业道路。这种主题对于大多数考生来说是比较陌生的。文章指出,现如今,博士生毕业后已经不再于学术圈中谋生存,转而发展起其它事业,如通信、知识中介、科学政策等等。究其原因,是博士生的培养跟市场需求脱轨。鉴于这种情形,相关部门推出了个人培养计划,旨在帮助博士后规划出高效的职业发展道路。这种个人培养计划也被诸多企业采用,以帮助其雇员更有效地工作。

文章本身话题和语言难度不高。五道题目中,第一、三题考查了事实细节,第二、四、五题考查的是细节归纳。题序同文章的顺序是一致的,因此,建议考生无需通读全文,而是带着问题回到原文,首先大致定位龙8游戏点、接着阅读龙8游戏点附近的句子、最终快速勾选出龙8游戏。

第二篇:61. A) It still leaves much to be desired.62. B) Where women's rights are protected by law.63. D) They are underrepresented in politics.64. B) It does not guarantee a better life for the nation's women.65. D) Tap women's economic potential.本文节选自Newsweek的文章Newsweek Tracks Women's Progress Around the World。讲述的话题是大家并不陌生的女性地位。

文中一开始从女性开始掌管政权、赢得诺贝尔经济学奖、成为百万富翁等示例为人们揭示了21世纪女性地位的不断提高,但是之后也从沙特的妇女不能驾驶,巴基斯坦每年有上千名女性死于“荣誉谋杀”等事实讲述了不少地方的女性地位还是令人堪忧。之后文章提到Newsweek从五个方面对165个国家进行了评级。虽说数据并不代表一切,但是至少支撑了希拉里·克林顿的陈述,即解放女性的经济潜力,可以提升整个社区、国家、世界的经济表现。

从考题来看,考点还是以事实细节为主。

再次提醒考题一定源自英语国家的权威媒体。第一篇来自出自美国最负盛名的科学刊物Science Careers的文章Planning Career Paths for Ph.D.s。平时要多多阅读英语原版文章,熟悉英语国家人士的行文表达习惯,这样无论考题取自哪里,都能做到从容应对。

Part 4:翻译1.中国文化中秋节考试原文:中国人自古以来就在中秋节庆祝丰收,这与北美地区庆祝感恩节的风俗十分相似。

过中秋节的习俗于唐代早期在中国各地开始流行。中秋节在农历八月十五,是人们拜月的节日,这天夜晚皓月当空,人们合家团聚,共赏明月。2006年,中秋节被列为中国的文化遗产,2008年又被定为公共假日。月饼被视为中秋节不可或缺的美食,人们将月饼作为礼物馈赠亲友或家庭聚会上享用。传统的月饼带有“寿(longevity)、“福”或“和”等字样。

译文:Since ancient times, the Chinese people usually celebrate harvest in the Mid-Autumn, which is similar to the custom of celebrating Thanksgiving in the North America. TheMid-Autumn has become popular all over China in the Early Tang Dynasty. The Mid-Autumn Festival, celebrated on the 15th day of the 8th month of the lunar calendar, is a day for worshiping the moon. At that day, family members get together and enjoy the bright moon in the sky at night. In 2006, the Mid-Autumn was listed as a China cultural heritage, and in 2008 designated as a public holiday. The moon cake, an indispensable food of the Festival, is often used as a gift for relatives and friends or enjoyed in the family party. Traditional moon cakes are imprinted with Chinese characters with such meanings as “longevity”, “happiness” or “harmony”.上课内容:八月十五日是中国两大农历节日之一,中秋节(另一个是春节),一般在秋分左右来临(通常是九月二十二日)。很多人将中秋节称为“八月十五”。由于中秋夜的圆月往往会激发人们家庭团聚的渴望,中秋节也被称为团圆节。很多历史学家对中秋节的起源有不同的说法。有些人认为中秋节是庆祝丰收的节日。关于中秋节来源的另一种说法与嫦娥和后翼的传说有关。中秋节一般都是在晚上庆祝,家人们聚到一起,点灯笼、吃月饼、赏明月。中秋夜的月亮仿佛是一年中最圆最亮的。圆月通常被认为是家庭团圆的象征,因此,中秋节也称团圆节。阴历八月十五日是中国两大农历节日之一,中秋节,一般在秋分左右来临(通常是九月二十二日)。很多人将中秋节称为“八月十五”。由于中秋夜的圆月往往会激发人们家庭团聚的渴望,中秋节也被称为团圆节。很多历史学家对中秋节的起源有不同的说法。有些人认为中秋节是庆祝丰收的节日。关于中秋节来源的另一种说法与嫦娥和后翼的传说有关。中秋节一般都是在晚上庆祝,家人们聚到一起,点灯笼、吃月饼、赏明月。中秋夜的月亮仿佛是一年中最圆最亮的。圆月通常被认为是家庭团圆的象征,因此,中秋节也称团圆节。

中国是个人口众多的大国,中秋节庆祝的方式多种多样,很有地方特色。不同地区的人们庆祝中秋节的方式各有不同,但有一种传统习俗肯定是所有中国人所共有的,那就是吃月饼。月饼是庆祝中秋节所必需的,不仅因为它美味好看,而且因为它有丰富的文化和艺术内涵。

月饼代表着家庭和夫妻的团聚。在中秋节交换礼物也是人们表达善意的习俗,爱人之间也会互送月饼表达爱意。吃月饼的习俗可以回溯到几千年前,跟中国文化和历史有着密切的关系。

2.中国历史文化丝绸之路:闻名于世的丝绸之路是一系列连接东西方的路线。丝绸之路是古代中国的丝绸贸易。丝绸之路上的贸易在中国、南亚、欧洲和发挥这重要作用。正是通过丝绸之路,中国的造纸、火药、指南针、印刷术传遍各地。同样,中国的丝绸、茶叶和瓷器也传遍各地,欧洲也是通过丝绸之路出口各种商品和植物,满足中国市场的需要。

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