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第1部分:词汇选项 (第1~15题,每题1分,共15分)



   下面共有15个句子,每个句子中均有1个词或短语画有底横线,请从每个句子后面所



给的4个选项中选择1个与画线部分意义最相近的词或短语。请将答案涂在答题卡相应的



位置上。



1 We are sure that he will get over his illness.



A certain     B aware



C happy      D determined







2 The policemen acted quickly because lives were at stake.



A in despair   B in danger



C in misery   D in pain







3 If headaches only occur at night,lack of fresh air is often the cause.



A start      B begin



C happen     D visit







4 The ice is not thick enough to bear the weight of a tank.



A suffer     B accept



C receive     D support







5 A small number of firms have ceased trading



A completed   B finished



C fulfilled   D stopped







6 She was sent a box of chocolates along with a letter saying she was fired.



A killed       B shot



C dismissed     D murdered







7 The mountains look glorious at sunrise.



A inviting     B magnificent



C appealing     D pleasing







8 It seems highly unlikely that she will pass the exam.



A very        B completely



C usually      D mostly







9 Their parents once lived under very severe conditions、



A sound       B hard



C strict       D tight







10 Michael is now merely a good friend.



A largely    B barely



C just      D rarely







11 Have you talked to her lately?



A lastly     B finally



C shortly    D recently







12 While we don’t agree,we continue to be friends.



A Because    B Where



C Although   D Whatever







13 In judging our work you should take into consideration the fact that we have been very busy recently.



A thought    B account



C mind      D brain







14 You must shine your shoes.



A polish     B clear



C wash      D mend







15 The policeman wrote down all the particulars of the accident.



A secrets    B details



C benefits   D words







第2部分:阅读判断 (第16—22题,每题1分,共7分)   ’



   阅读下面这篇短文,短文后列出了7个句子,请根据短文的内容对每个句子做出判断。如果该句提供的是正确信息,请在答题卡上把A涂黑;如果该句提供的是错误信息,请在答题卡上把B涂黑;如果该句的信息文章中没有提及,请在答题卡上把C涂黑。



Riches and Romance From Frante’S Wine Harvest







    September is harvest time.And with bunches of grapes swinging(摇摆)in the wind,the vineyards of southern France are getting ready to celebrate it.



   The yearly wine festival is held in honor of Bacchus,the Roman god of wine.It’s a fun time with parties,music,dancing,big meals and,of course,lots of wine.



   French wine-making began more than 2,500 years ago.The world’s oldest type of vine grows in France and always produces a good quality wine.Today France produces one-fifth of the world’s wine,and some of the most famous varieties.



  The top wine-producing areas are Bordeaux,Burgundy and the Loire Valley.Champagne,a drink used in celebrations,is named after the place where sparkling(有汽泡的)wine was first produced in 1700.



   Wine is made from the juice of freshly picked grapes.It is the sugars that turn into alcohol.



Traditionally, people used to take off their shoes and crush the grapes with their bare feet to bring out the juice.Nowadays,this practice is usually carried out by machines.



   Each wine producing region has its own character,based on its type of grapes and soil.



   The taste of wine changes with time.Until 1 850, a11 French champagne was sweet.Now, both wine and champagne taste slightly bitter.



   The drink has always been 1inked with riches,romance and nobleness.Yet the French think of it in more ordinary terms.



   They believe it makes daily living easier,1ess hurried and with fewer problems.



“A11 its links are with times when people are at their best;with relaxation,happiness,long



slow meals and the free flow of ideas,”wrote wine expert Hugh Johnson.







16 All French people celebrate the grape harvest every September.



A Right   B Wrong   C Not mentioned



17 In the yearly wine festival,people always enjoy themselves.



A Right   B Wrong   C Not mentioned



18 Wine—making in France has a history of over 2,500 years.



A Right   B Wrong   C Not mentioned



19 Many varieties of wine produced in France are named after places.



A Right   B Wrong   C Not mentioned



20 Different regions in France produce different types of wine.



A Right   B Wrong   C Not mentioned



21 French wine will taste sour(酸的)in the future.



A Right   B Wrong   C Not mentioned



22 The French people believe that drinking wine is a good way to relax.



A Right   B Wrong   C Not mentioned
 
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第3部分:概括大意与完成句子 (第23~30题,每题1分,共8分)


   阅读下面这篇短文,短文后有2项测试任务:(1)第23~26题要求从所给的6个选项中为第1—4段每段选择1个正确的小标题;(2)第27~30题要求从所给的6个选项中选择4个正确选项,分别完成每个句子。请将答案涂在答题卡相应的位置上。





Ford

1 Ford’s great strength was the manufacturing process--not invention.Long before he started a car company, he was a worker, known for picking up pieces of metal and wire and turning them into machines.He started putting cars together in 1 891 Although it was by no means the first popular automobile,the Model T showed the world just how creative Ford was at combining technology and market.


2 The company’s assembly line alone threw America’s Industrial Revolution into overdrive (高速运转).Instead of having workers put together the entire car, Ford’s friends, who were great toolmakers from Scotland,organized teams that added parts to each Model T as it moved down a line.By the time Ford’s Highland Park plant was humming(嗡嗡作响)along in 1914,the world’s first automatic conveyor belt could turn out a car every 93 minutes.


3 The same year Henry Ford shocked the world with the $5一a—day minimum wage scheme, the greatest contribution he had ever made.The average wage in the auto industry then was $2.34 for a 9-hour shift.Ford not only doubled that,he also took an hour off the workday.In those years it was unthinkable that a man could be paid that much for doing something that didn’t involve all awful lot of training or education.The Wall Street Journal called the plan“an economic crime”,and critics everywhere laughed at Ford.


4     But as the wage increased later to daily $10, it proved a critical component of Ford’s dream to make the automobile accessible(可及的)to a11.The critics were too stupid to understand that because Ford had lowered his costs per car, the higher wages didn’t matter---except for making it possible for more people to buy Cars.





23 Paragraph 1          


24 Paragraph 2          


25 Paragraph 3          


26 Paragraph 4          





A Ford’s Opponents


B The Assembly Line


C Ford’s Great Dream


D The Establishment of the Company


E Ford’s Biggest Contribution


F Ford’s Great Talent





27 The assembly line made it possible to          


28 Ford was the first to adopt          


29 Ford’s cars became available to ordinary people thanks to          


30 Ford’s higher-wage and lower-cost strategy was strongly          





A criticized by the media


B the low wage in the auto industry


C their lower prices


D produce cars in large numbers


E the 8.hour shift


F combined technology and market

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第4部分:阅读理解(第31—45题,每题3分,共45分)   。


   下面有3篇短文,每篇短文后有5道题,每道题后面有4个选项。请根据文章的内容,从每题所给的4个选项中选择1个最佳答案,。涂在答题卡相应的位置上。


第一篇


Preserving Nature for Future

   Demands for stronger protection for wildlife in Britain sometimes hide the fact that similar


needs are felt in the rest of Europe.Studies by the Council of Europe,of which 21 countries are members,have shown that 45 per cent of reptile(爬行动物)species and 24 per cent of


butterflies(蝴蝶)are in danger Of dying out.


   European concern for wildlife was outlined by Dr.Peter Baum,an expert in the environment


and natural resources division of the council,when he spoke at a conference arranged by也e


administrators of a British national park.The park is one of the few areas in Europe to hold the council’s diploma(证书)for nature reserves(自然保护区)of me highest quality, and Dr.Baum


had come to present it to the park once again.He was afraid that public opinion was turning


against national parks,and that those set up in the 1960s and 1970s could not be set up today.


But Dr.Baum clearly remained a strong supporter of the view that natural environments needed


To be allowed to survive in peace in their own right.


   “No area could be expected to survive both as a true nature reserve and as a tourist


attraction。”he went on.The short.sighted view that reserves had to serve immediate human


demands for outdoor recreation(户外娱乐)should be replaced by full acceptance of their


importance as places to preserve nature for the future.


   “We forget that they are the guarantee of life systems,on which any built-up area ultimately


depends.”Dr.Baum went on.“We could manage without most industrial products,but we could


not manage without nature.However, our natural environment areas,which are the original parts


of our countryside,have shrunk(缩小)to become mere islands in a spoiled and highly polluted


1andmass.”





31 Recent studies by the Council of Europe have indicated that


A Britain is the only country where wildlife needs more protection.


B all species of wildlife in Europe are in danger of dying out.


C there are fewer species of reptiles and butterflies in Europe than elsewhere


D many species of reptiles and butterflies in Europe need protecting.





32 Why did Dr.Baum come to a British national park?


A Because he needed to present it with a council’s diploma.


B Because he was concerned about its management.


C Because it was the only national park of its kind in Europe.


D Because it had never before received a diploma from the Council





33 The last sentence in the second paragraph implies that


A people should create more natural environment areas


B people would go on protecting national parks.


C certain areas of countryside should be preserved.


D people should defend the right to live in a peaceful environment.





34 In Dr.Baum’s opinion.the view that a nature reserve should serve as a tourist attraction is


A idealistic.


B revolutionary.


C short—sighted.


D traditional.





35 Which of the following can be inferred from the last paragraph?


A We have developed industry at the expense of countryside.


B We have forgotten what our original countryside looked like.


C People living On islands should protect natural resources for their survival.


D We should destroy all the built·up areas.


第二篇


Home Heating

Central heating became popular only after the Civil War. Typically, coal—burning furnaces


(火炉)fueled the early systems.Natural gas had developed into the leading fuel by 1960.Its


acceptance resulted in part from its wide uses.Because it comes primarily from U.S.and


Canadian fields,natural gas is also less vulnerable(脆弱的)than oil is to War.Oil remains the most important fuel in a few areas.such as New England.


   Electric heating dominates most areas with mild winters and cheap electricity, including the South and the Northwest.It was made popular at least in the South by the low cost of adding


electric heating to new houses built with air.conditioning.Bottled gas.which is somewhat more expensive than utility gas,is the fuel of choice in rural areas not served by utility pipelines.Wood is the leading heating fuel in just a few rural counties.


   Home heating,which accounts for less than 7 percent of a11 energy consumed in the U.S.,


has had a commendable(值得赞扬的)efficiency record:from 1978 to 1997,the amount of fuel


consumed for this purpose declined 44 percent despite a 33 percent increase in the number of


housing units and an increase in house size.The U.S.Department of Energy。however, forecasts


mat energy used in home heating will rise by 14 percent over the next two decades.That rise is small considering an expected 2 1 percent increase in the number of houses and the trend toward larger houses.


   Natural gas and electricity will probably dominate the home heating market for the next two decades.Solar(太阳的)heating never became popular because of cost and limited winter


sunlight in most areas;in 2000 only 47.000 homes relied on it.





36 Natural gas didn’t become the leading fuel until


A 1978.


B 1960.


C 1997.   ’


D 2000.





37 What fuel is the dominant fuel in New England?


   A Gas.


   B Electricity.


   C Wood.


D Oil.





38 The word “consumed’’ in paragraph 3 could be best replaced by


   A used.


   B burned.


   C delivered.


D pumped.





39 According to-paragraph 3,energy consumed in home heating over the next two decades


   will increase by


   A 33 percent.


   B 31 percent.


   C 21 percent.


D 14 percent.





40 Which of the following statements is NOT true,according to the article?


A Natural gas comes partly from Canadian fields.


B Bottled gas is more expensive than utility gas.


C Equipment for home heating has been considerably improved.


D Solar heating dominated America in 2000.
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第三篇

Sleepless at Night

It was a normal summer night.Humidity(湿气)hung in the thick air.

I couldn’t go to sleep,partly because of my cold and partly because of my expectations for the next day.My mum had said that tomorrow was going to be a surprise.

Sweat stuck to my aching body.Finally, gathered enough strength to sit up.I looked out of my small window into the night.There was a big bright moon hanging in the sky, giving off a magic light.

I couldn’t stand the pressure anymore,SO I did what I always do to make myself feel better.I went to the bathroom and picked up my toothbrush and toothpaste.I cleaned my teeth as if there was no tomorrow.Back and forth,up and down.

Then I walked downstairs to look for some signs of movement,some life.Gladiator, my cat, frightened me as he meowed(喵喵地唱出)his sad song.He was on t11e old orange couch(长沙发),sitting up on his front legs,waiting for something to happen.He looked at me as if to say I“I’m lonely, pet me.I need a good hug(紧抱).”Even the couch begged me to sit on it.

In one movement I settled down onto the soft couch.This couch represented my parents’marriage,my birth,and hundreds of other little events.

As I held Gladiator, my heart started beating heavily.My mind was flooded with questions:What’s life? Am I really alive? Are you listening to me? Every time I moved my hand down Gladiator’s body,I had a new thought;each touch sang a different song.

I forgot all about the heat and the next day’s surprise.The atmosphere was SO full of warmth and silence that I sank into its alms.Falling asleep with the big cat in my arms,I felt all my worries slowly move away.

1 The author of the passage could not go to sleep partly because

A it was too cold.

B it was too dry.

C he had a cold.

D he had a fever

2 What was the weather like that night?

A It was chilly.

B It was windy.

C It was fine.

D It was cloudy.

3 The author brushed his teeth over and over

A to relieve himself of the pressure.

B to ease his toothache.

C to shake off the cold.

D to remove the dirt.

4 Gladiator was the name of

A a movie.

B a pet.

C a couch.

D a song.

5 What did the “couch” represent?

A A new thought.

B Different songs.

C A comfortable life.

D Happy memories.

第5部分:补全短文 (第46~50题,每题2分,共10分)

阅读下面的短文,文章中有5处空白,文章后面有6组文字,请根据文章的内容选择5组文字,将其分别放回文章原有位置,以恢复文章原貌。请将答案涂在答题卡相应的位置上。

The Joy of Living Alone

More and more Americans are living alone.Some live alone because of divorce or the death of a partner.——(46)According to a recent U.S.census(人口普查),25 percent of all households in the U.S.are made up of just one person.This is a dramatic change from the extended families of just a couple of generations ago.

The typical person living alone is neither old nor lonely.——(47)The majority of these people have chosen to live alone.They are responding to decreasing social pressure to get married and have a family.

It’s now socially acceptable,even fashionable,to live alone.As people get better jobs and become financially independent,it becomes possible for them to maintain a one.Person household.——(48)However, people who do get married are marrying at a later age and divorcing more often.

The number one reason given by most people for living alone is that they simply enjoy doing what they want when they want to do it.“Living alone is a luxury,”says Nina Hagiwara, “Once you do it,you can’t ever go back to living with others.’’David C’Debaca, agrees. (49)

Children think that being grown up means being able to do exactly as they please.

(50)The chance to discover whether that freedom is as wonderful as it sounds is a

chance more and more Americans are taking.



A There’s more pressure to get married nowadays

B The growing number of women with good jobs has done much to increase the number of people living alone.

C However, even more people are living alone because they have chosen to.

D It seems that many grown-ups today are realizing that childhood dream

E In fact,a quarter of the 23 million single people in the U.S.are under the age of 35

F He says,“I like being by myself.”



第6部分:完形填空 (第5l~65题,每题1分,共15分)

阅读下面的短文,文中有15处空白,每处空白给出了4个选项,请根据短文的内容从

4个选项中选择1个最佳答案,涂在答题卡相应的位置上。

Migrant(移民的)Workers

In the past twenty years,there has been an increasing tendency for workers to move from

one country to another.While some countries have restricted most (51)to local

people,others have attracted and welcomed migrant workers.This is particularly the case in the Middle East, (52)increased oil incomes have enabled many countries to call in

outsiders to improve local facilities.Thus the Middle East has attracted oil.workers

(53)the U.S.A.and Europe.It has brought in workers from many countries,

(54) South Korea and Japan.

In view of the difficult living and working (55)in the Middle East,it is not

surprising that the pay is high to attract suitable workers.Many engineers and technicians call (56)at least twice as much money in the Middle East as they Can in their own

country, and this is a major (57).

Sometimes a disadvantage has a compensating(补偿的)advantage.For example,the

(58)living conditions often lead to increased friendship when workers have to

(59)on each other for safety and comfort.In a similar way, many migrant workers

Can save large sums of money partly because of the (60)of entertainment facilities.

The work is often complex and full of problems but this merely (61) I greater

challenge to engineers who prefer to find solutions to problems rather than do routine work in their home country.

One major problem which (62) migrant workers in the Middle East is that their

jobs are temporary ones.They are nearly always on (63),so it is not easy for them

to plan ahead with great confidence.This is to be (64) since no country welcomes a

large number of foreign workers as permanent residents.In any (65),migrant workers accept this disadvantage,along with others,because of the considerable financial benefits which they receive.



51 A cases B jobs C activities D uses

52 A which B what C who D where

53 A from B with C in D of

54 A opposing B limiting C including D asking

55 A parts B conditions C methods D clothes

56 A earn B borrow C change D cost

57 A role B difficulty C event D attraction

58 A necessary B normal C difficult D good

59 A depend B look C base D go

60 A range B lack C lot D number

61 A presents B accepts C takes D meets

62 A invites B affects C needs D reflects

63 A investment B strike C contract D duty

64 A suggested B reported C indicated D expected

65 A time B attempt C way D case



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1一15每题1分;

16—30每题1分0

3l--45每题3分0

4缸_50每题2分;

51--65每题1分。

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2004年职称英语等级考试


综合类(C级)答案


1.A   2.B   3.C   4.D   5.D


6.C   7.B   8.A   9.B   10.C


11.  12.C  13.B  14.A  15.B





16.B  17.A  18.A  19.C  20.A  21.C  22.A





23.F   24.B   25.E   26.C  


27.D   28.E   29.C   30.A





31.D   32.A   33.C   34.C    35.A


36.B   37.D   38.A   39.D    40.D


41.C   42.C   43.A   44.B    45.D





46.C   47.E   48.B   49.F    50.D





51.B   52.D   53.A   54.C    55.B


56.A   57.D   58.C   59.A    60.B


61.A   62.B   63.C   64.D    65.D





2004年职称英语等级考试题解


综合类(C级)


第1部分:词汇选项


1. A “certain”和“sure”都有“肯定”的意思,替换后句法上也是一个合格的句子。


2. B “in danger”和“at stake”都有“在危急”之中的意思,因而可互换而不改变句子的意思。


3. C “happen”和“occHr”都有“发生”的意思, 而且都是不及物动词,因而可替换。


4. D “bear”是“能承受”的意思。“suppon”是“能支撑”的意思,在该句子中, “suppo~”替换“bear”不改变原来的句子的意思。


5. D “stopped”和“ceased”都有“停止”的意思。此处前者可以替换后者。


6. C “dismiss”和“fire”都有“解雇”的意思,一当然,它们还有其他的意思,但在这个意义上,“dismiss”可以替换“fire”。


7. B “glorious”是“壮丽的”的意思,“magnificent”也有这个意思。


8. A “highly”和“very”都表示“程度非常高的”的意思。


9. B “hard”和“severe”都有“艰难的”的意思,在这个意义上,“hard”可以替换 “severe”而不改变句子的意义。


10.C “merely”是“仅仅”的意思。“just”也有这个意思。


11.D “lately”和“recently”都有“最近”的意思。


12.c “while”在这个句子中引起的是一个让步从句,所起的作用是跟“Nthough”一样的。


13.B “take into consideration”和“take into account”都是“考虑”的意思,是固定的说法。


14.A “polish”和“shine”都有“擦亮”的意思。


15.B “detmls”是“细节”的意思。“particulars”也是“细节”的意思。


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第2部分:阅读判断

16.B 该题说的是:每年九月所有的法国人都庆祝葡萄节。 第一段的第二个句子的后半句是这么说的:法国南部的葡萄园正准备庆祝这个节日。可见,该判断是错的。

17.A 该题说的是:在一年一度的葡萄节中,人们总是过得很愉快。这个判断是正确的。答案可见第二段的最后一句话。

18.A 该题说的是:法国的葡萄酒酿造历史已有2 500多年了。这个判断是正确的。答案可见第三段的第一个句子。

19.c 该题说的是:法国出产的许多种葡萄酒都是用地名命名的。文章中只提到香槟酒的名字是来自地名,并没有说许多葡萄酒的名字都来自地名。

20.A 该题说的是:法国不同的地区出产不同种类的葡萄酒。这个判断是正确的。答案可见第七段。第七段是这么说的:每个出产葡萄酒的地区由于葡萄和土壤的不同,都有自己的特色。

21.C 该题说的是:法国葡萄酒将来会变酸。第八段说到了葡萄酒味道的变化,但没有提到将来会变酸。

22.A 该题说的是:法国人相信喝葡萄酒是放松的一种好办法。答案可见于最后一段。



第3部分:概括大意与完成句子

23.F 第一段的最后一句是这么说的:虽然T模型谈不上是第一种通用的汽车,但它向世界表明了Ford在把技术和市场结合在一起方面多么富有创造性。

24.B 第二段的第一句话是这么说的:公司的装配线独自把美国的工业革命投入到高速运转之中。这是个主题句,讲的是“装配线”。

25.E 第三段的第一句话是这么说的:同年Ford以提出一天最低5美元的工资制度而震惊世界,这是他至此做出的最大的贡献。这是个主题句。

26.C 第四段的第一句是这么说的:然而i随着工资后来升到一天10美元,Ford梦想中-的关键部分,即汽车大家都买得起,是可以实现的。因此,C是正确的答案。

27.D 第二段的最后一个句子中提到“这个世界上的第一条汽车输送带每93分钟就生产一辆小汽车”。这个速度在当时是相当高的,可以想像,一年下来生产汽车的数量是相当大的。

28.E 第三段讲到。当是汽车工业实行的9小时工作制, 平均每小时2.34美元。Ford不仅把工资翻了翻,而且还把工作日中的工作时数去除了一小时。也就是说,Ford是第一个实行8小时工作的人。.

29.C C填入后整个句子说的是:由于Ford生产的车成本底,普通人也买得起。答案可见于最后一段的最后一句。 ’

30.A A填入后整个句子说的是:Ford的高工资、低成本策略受到了传媒的批评。答案可以在第三和第四段中找到。



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31.D 第一段的第二个句子是这么说的:有21个国家组成的欧洲委员会的研究表明,45%的爬行动物和24%的蝴蝶濒临灭绝。由此可见,D是正确的答案。

32.A 该题问的是:Baum博士为什么来到一个英国国家公园?第二段有这么一个句子,意思是:Baum博士来到这里,目的是要把委员会的最高质量自然保护区证书再次给这个公园。由此可见,A是正确的答案。

33.C 该题问的是:第二段最后一个句子蕴涵了什么?这个句子是这么说的:然而,Baum博士旗帜鲜明地继续支持这样的观点:自然环境本身就需要不受侵扰地生存下来。不难看出:C是该句所蕴涵的。

34.C 该题问的是:Baum博士是怎样看待自然保护区应该用做旅游景点的观点的?答案可在第三段中找到。

35.A 该题问的是:下面四个陈述句中哪一个可以从最后一段中推出?有两句话特别明显:我们没有大部分的工业产品还是可以生存的, 但是如果没有自然我们则不可能生存。然而,原来属于我们农村一部分的自然环境区域已经缩小成受到破坏的、高度污染的地块中的孤岛。不难看出,工业的发展是以牺牲农村为代价的。

36.B 该题问的是:天然气到什么时候才变成主要的燃料?第一段中的第三句话是这么说的:天然气到1960年已经变成了主要的燃料。因此B是正确的答案。

37.D 该题问的是:在新英格兰什么燃料是最主要的?第一段的最后一句话是这么说的:在少数地区,如新英格兰,石油仍然是最主要的燃料。

38.A 该题问的是:第三段中的“consumed”,下面哪一个词替换它最为合适? “consumed”是“用掉”的意思。最佳选择是“used”(用掉)。“burned”是“烧掉”, “delivcro‘l”是“传送”,“pumped”是“用泵抽”。

39.D该题问的是:根据第三段,在今后20年里用于家庭供暖的能源将增加多少?第三段有这么一句话:然而,美国能源部预测,在今后20年里用于家庭供暖的能源将增加40%。

40.D 该题问的是:根据本文,下面的哪一个陈述句是错的?文章的最后一句话是这么说的:由于太阳供暖的价格高并且大多数地区冬天阳光少,从来不为大家普遍使用;2000年里只有47 000个家庭依靠它。

41.C 该题问的是:该文的作者不能入睡的部分原因是什么?第二段的第一个句子是这么说的:我不能入睡,部分原因是感冒,部分原因是对第二天的期待。 ’

42.C 该题问的是:那天的天气怎么样?第一段的第一句是这么说的:这是一个普通的夏季里的夜晚。第三段的最后一句话说的是:一个巨大的明媚的月亮悬挂在天空,发出妖艳的光芒。可见,那天天气很好。

43.A 该题问的是:作者不断地刷牙是为什么?第四段的第一句话是这么说的:我再也受不住这种压力了。于是我就去做我经常做的事,使得感觉好些。下面就谈到了刷牙。

44.B 该题问的是:“Gladiator”是什么的名字?第五段的第二句话是这么说的:Gladiator,我的猫j喵喵地唱出了它的悲哀的歌,把我吓了一跳。可见“Gladiator”是爱畜的名字。

45.D 该题问的是:“couch”代表了什么?倒数第三段的第二个句子是这么说的:这个 “躺椅”代表了我父母的婚姻、我的降临,以及许许多多其他的小的事件。不难看出,它代表的是愉快的记忆。
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46.C 第一段的第一句讲的是:越来越多的人过着单身的生活。第二句是讲过单身生活的原因。C也是一种过单身生活的原因。因此填入c是连贯的。

47.E 第二段的第一句讲的是:一个典型的过单身生活的人既非年长,也非孤独。这是主题句。主题句后面应是具体r的说明。E是具体的说明,因而是正确的答案。

48.B B是合适的选择,因为上一句是这么说的:随着人们能找到更好的工作,经济上变得更加独立,他们就越有可能保持住单人的家庭。

49.F 上一句是Nina Hagiwara说的话,David C''''Debaca表示同意。下面是他说的话,因而F是合适的选择。

50.D 最后一段的第一句是这么说的:儿童认为,长大意味着想干什么就干什么。D说的是:似乎今天许多大人正在实现这种童年时的梦想。



第6部分:宪形填空

51.B 文章的第一句说的是:在过去的20年里有着一种不断上升的趋势,即工人从一个国家移动到另一个国家。工人从一个国家移动到另一个国家当然是为了找工作。因此下面这句话中填“jobs”(工作)是合适的。“cases”是“个案”的意思,“activities”是“活动”,“uses”是“使用”。

52.D 前面的句子是这么讲的:在中东尤其如此。这是一个地点状语从句,在四个选项中只有“where”能引起地点状语从句。其他的选项填入后,生成的都是错误的句子。

53.A “来自于”哪个国家,英文用“from”。

54.C 很显然, 整个句子的意思是:中东引进了包括韩国和日本在内的许多国家的工人。因此“including”(包括)是正确的答案。

55.B 所在的句子的意思是:考虑到中东的艰苦的生活和工作条件,用高工资吸引合适的工人也就不奇怪了。“条件”英语用“conditions”。“role”是“作用”,“difficulty”是“困难”,“event”是“事件”。这些选项跟句子内容不相关。

56.A 第二段的第二句(接55中提到的那个句子)的意思是:许多工程师和技术员在中东挣的工资至少是在他们自己国家的两倍,这是一个主要的吸引力。可见“earn” (挣)是合适的选择。

57。D 56中的后一个小句中提到了“吸引力”。“吸引力”英语用“attraction”。

58.C 第三段的第一个句子是这么说的:有时候,不利的地方也可以从有利的地方中得到补偿。这是个主题句。接着应是举例说明。后半个句子说的是:当工人们不得不为了安全和舒服相互依赖时就带来了友谊的增深。这是一种得到补偿的有利的东西,那么前半句空格中应填入的最合适的词显然是“difficult”(困难)。“necessary”是“必须的”,“normal”是“正常的”,“good”是“好的”。这些选项填入后,句子前半部分表达的不是不利的地方,而是有利的地方,跟主题旬不能构成连贯的语段。

59.A 58中已经说到了“相互依赖”。“相互依赖”英语用“depend on”。

60.B 所在句子是对主题句的进一步说明。该旬的意思是:同样地,由于缺乏娱乐的设施,许多迁移来的工人可以积蓄大量的钱。这也是一种补偿。“缺乏”英语用“lack”。

61.A 所在句子的意思是:工作往往是复杂的,问题很多,但是,这充其量是对工程师提出了挑战,而工程师们倒是愿意解决问题,而不愿意在自己的国家做一般性的工作。 “对……提出挑战”用“presents”。

62.B 最后一段的第一句话的意思是:影响来中东的工人的一个主要问题是,他们的工作是临时性的。“affects”是“影响”的意思。

63.c 62中谈到的句子是最后一段的主题句。接着应该是说明。所在的句子就是说明。意思是:他们差不多总是订合同的,因而不大可能很有信心地超前安排。“合同”英语用“contract”。

64.D 所在句子是对上一个句子(63中的句子)的解释。因此用“expected”是正确的。全句的意思是:这些是在预计之中的, 因为没有一个国家会欢迎许多外国工人成为他们的永久居民。“suggested”是“表明”,“建议”的意思,“reported”是“报道”, “indicated”是“表明”。 、

65.D 文章的最后一个句子表明,迁移来的工人显得很无奈。整个句子的意思是:不管怎么样,迁移来的工人只能接受这种以及其他方面的不利之处,因为他们得到的经济方面的好处还是很多的。“不管怎么样”,英文用“in any case”。
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