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"In south Africa we talked of a lost generation because of apartheid, but our nex

"In south Africa we talked of a lost generation because of apartheid, but our next lost generation will be due to children orphaned by AIDS.

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在南非,囚种族隔离我们有过失落的一代,新的失落的一代将是因艾滋病而变为孤儿的一代。

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第1题

听力原文:W: Our President, since leaving office five years ago, has spent a huge amount of
time promoting AIDS awareness and prevention.

M: That is the thing I have been doing.

W: I know you just came back from Johannesburg, South Africa, part of your six-nation tour of Africa.

M: Right. You know, Africa has been more affected by AIDS than any other place in the world.

W: Why?

M: I think that's partly because there were not systems in place both to prevent people from contracting it and spreading it.

W: How is your work getting on?

M: I think we are beginning to make some headway not only in Africa, but in other places where it's a problem.

W: Can you name some?

M: It is spreading worldwide, growing even faster now in terms of the rate of increase in the former Soviet Union and the Caribbean, India, China.

W: I know your foundation is making a great deal of progress. Is it reasonable to expect that it can be brought under control?

M: Well, yes, but you have to take care of education and prevention and care and treatment at the same time, and the two things speed up each other.

W: How should we understand they speed up each other?

M: When you've got to treat people, you've got to overcome any kind of cultural dislike, talk about it and get young people to behave responsibly and you've got to do whatever you can to get as many people tested as quickly as possible but keep in mind that this is a disease that's one hundred percent preventable.

(20)

A.Traveling in South Africa to seek medical help.

B.Promoting awareness and prevention of AIDS.

C.Visiting clients and signing contracts.

D.Collecting fund for the new business.

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第2题

To enable the steel industry to move out of its present troubles, certain technological ch
allenges have to be recognized, faced and overcome. First of all, steel must become more affordable. Steel consumption is an index of economic development and the per-capita consumption in industrialized countries is substantially higher than that in the largely agricultural economies of Asia, Africa and South America. As the economic focus of these regions shifts inexorably towards industry, this vast under-privileged population would consume more steel than the complete currently idle steel-making capacity could ever hope to produce.

The second challenge: Like any other mineral processing industry, production of steel results in a net depletion(用尽) of non-renewable resources of ore and energy and leads to an irreversible degradation (退化) of the global environment. Apparently, this cannot go on for ever. The steel industry must harmonize itself to the needs of both the current generation as well as those of the future, and devise ways to transcend the ecological limits on growth.

The third challenge is the ability to change. Change is a time-tested mechanism for growth, and the ability to change is the hallmark of successful organizations. The steel industry with its large capital investments and long product development life cycles, finds itself very often out of accordance with global trends. The industry in general and individual plants in particular, must reengineer their technological operations, and become flexible enough to manage change, cope with uncertainty and thrive in a dynamic environment.

The image of steel has become one of a sunset industry, which in turn deters(阻止) the best and brightest brains in the land from making a career in iron and steel. If not today, then very shortly, we are heading for an acute scarcity of new ideas with which to overcome our current problems. This is the final and perhaps the most difficult challenge. We must improve our image. We must motivate and assemble the best talents to our cause, if only to have the money to meet all the other challenges which we are facing.

The big potential steel market is ______.

A.in industrialized countries

B.in agricultural countries

C.in Asia, Africa, and South America

D.in European countries

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第3题

听力原文:W: Our President, since leaving office five years ago, [19] has spent a huge amou
nt of time promoting AIDS awareness and prevention.

M: That is the thing I have been doing.

W: I know you just came back from Johannesburg, South Africa, part of your six-nation tour of Africa.

M: Right. You know, Africa has been more affected by AIDS than any other place in the world.

W: Why?

M: [20] I think that's partly because there were not systems in place both to prevent people from contracting it and spreading it.

W: How is your work getting on?

M: I think we are beginning to make some headway not only in Africa, but in other places where it's a problem.

W: Can you name some?

M: It is spreading worldwide, growing even faster now in terms of the rate of increase in the former Soviet Union and the Caribbean, India, China.

W: I know your foundation is making a great deal of progress. Is it reasonable to expect that it can be brought under control?

M: Well, yes, [21] but you have to take care of education and prevention and care and treatment at the same time, and the two things speed up each other.

W: How should we understand they speed up each other?

M: When you've got to treat people, you've got to overcome any kind of cultural dislike, talk about it and get young people to behave responsibly and you've got to do whatever you can to get as many people tested as quickly as possible but keep in mind that this is a disease that's one hundred percent preventable.

(20)

A.Traveling in South Africa to seek medical help.

B.Promoting awareness and prevention of AIDS.

C.Visiting clients and signing contracts.

D.Collecting fund for the new business.

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第4题

Building ConfidenceThe two arms of Coega, South Africa's newest port, extend into the Indi

Building Confidence

The two arms of Coega, South Africa's newest port, extend into the Indian Ocean gracefully. These are built from thousands of huge, oddly-shaped, 30-ton concrete blocks. They are designed to protect the ships that, when the port is fully operational in 2007, will use this facility to ship iron mineral and other South African products to India and the rest of the world.

The Call to Infrastructure Construction

"If you want to change lives and the history of this continent, you need to develop infrastructure(基础设施)," says Vuyelwa Qinga-Vika, spokeswoman for the CDC(Coega Development Corporation). "We're not going to advance if we don't even have the roads to bring medicine to the rural areas. We've got to start building."

The call to construction is ringing out across Africa. Infrastructure is the new buzzword(口号), pushed by leaders from South Africa's Thabo Mbeki to Senegal's Abdulaye Wade. It's also a key topic at this week's World Economic Forum(WEF) meeting in Cape Town, where political and business leaders from Africa will meet with heads of some of the world's biggest companies to discuss, among other things, how Africa's priority infrastructure projects can boost growth. According to a Gallup International survey commissioned by the WEF, Africans "focus more heavily on economic issues than do citizens in other parts of the world." One in three Africans fear a failure of the economy compared to just one in five globally.

Despite a commodity boom that pushed growth to 5% in Africa last year, the continent's leaders want better infrastructure to win more business. The New Partnership for Afiica's Development(NEPAD, an Mrican initiative that aims to attract $64 billion in annual investment by tackling bad governance, ending conflicts and making the continent more business-friendly, has put improved infrastructure near the top of its to-do list. "There can be no meaningful development without trade," reads NEPAD's infrastructure action plan. "And there can be no trade without adequate and reliable infrastructure."

The need is as obvious as it is urgent. Africa's roads and railway lines, ports and power network are neither adequate nor reliable. Outside of southern Africa and Mauritius, much of the continent's infrastructure is damaging or nonexistent. Consider the Democratic Republic of Congo. You could fit France, Germany, Italy, Norway, Spain and Britain inside it, and the country is packed with timber and minerals, yet it has only a few thousand kilometers of road and 10,000 fixed telephone lines, and produces about the same amount of power as Albania. In other war-torn countries, such as Somalia and Sierra Leone, public buildings have been destroyed by years of fighting. Corruption and mismanagement have left public utilities in places such as Cameroon and Nigeria ran down and inefficient.

Infrastructure Vs Investment

The lack of infrastructure blocks many companies from investing and drives up costs for those that do. The World Bank estimates that to ship a container from Baltimore in the U.S. to Tanzania costs about $1,000, but to transport that same container from Tanzania to neighboring Burundi cost $10,000. "In many countries, companies have to generate their own power, dig for water, pay heavy distribution and telephone charges," says David Hampshire, chairman of Diageo Africa, one of the continent's biggest marketers of beer and spirits. "All these costs add up, and they end up being paid for by the consumer."

To attract more investment, Africa has drawn up plans to spend billions over the next few decades. Zambia and Burkina Faso, both landlocked, want to build new rail lines through neighboring states to improve their connections to the sea. In East Africa, the Kenyon government and the rebel movement in southern Sudan plan to build a new railway track—at an estimated cost of

A.Y

B.N

C.NG

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第5题

______ among black people in South Africa is essential if progress is to be made.A.Validit

______ among black people in South Africa is essential if progress is to be made.

A.Validity

B.Sincerity

C.Solidarity

D.Superiority

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第6题

South Africa' s economy displayed some ______ signs of growth, but worldwide sanctions wer
e slowing any widespread recovery.

A.modest

B.generous

C.medieval

D.genetic

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第7题

Today we take for granted that the mail will be delivered daily at our door. But many year

Today we take for granted that the mail will

be delivered daily at our door. But many years ago

it might have been placed in a tree trunk and 【M1】 ______

underneath a rock. In the early days of the mail no

one could be sure about where or when it will arrive 【M2】 ______

At the southern tip of Africa there was once a

post office under a rock. At the old days the route 【M3】 ______

from England to India was around the Cape of

Good Hope. The journey was stormy and danger.

It took six long months. Sailors often wished to 【M4】 ______

send mail home, but they seldom met ships bound

back to England. So at the cape the sailors would

go on ashore. They headed for a certain large 【M5】 ______

stone. On the stone scratched the words "Look 【M6】 ______

hereunder for letters." They would leave their letters

there, knowing that the next homeward ship 【M7】 ______

would stop and pick it up.

There was another post office like this at the

southern tip of South America. During the golden 【M8】 ______

rush days, boats sailed around Cape Horn to

California. At Cape Horn was a key(小桶)nailed to a

post. Boats coming from the east coast would send

for some sailors to this post office. They picked up 【M9】 ______

any letters in the key. At the same time they

mailed letters home that boats sail east could pick 【M10】 ______

up.

【M1】

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第8题

听力原文:M: Which area. of all the ones that you've visited, is your favorite?W: Um...you

听力原文:M: Which area. of all the ones that you've visited, is your favorite?

W: Um...you know, different places for different things. (19)The South Seas are a pretty divine sort of place to be, I mean Fiji, the islands east of there. (19)I'm very fond of South East Asia because it's got such wonderful past. It's got so many temples buried in jungles and so on. (19)And the Galapagos Islands with fantastic birds and reptiles.

M: I wonder what makes you come hack to England?

W: Well. I think, change is like happiness. No change produces no happiness in many ways. It seems to me that happiness has something to do with changing. (20)The happiest time's when you're always just about to do something; and when you've just moved from this to that. Because actually life is always changing, people around you are changing you're getting older, emotional things change, and so on.

M: Before all this you were on the management side of the BBC, in fact, for eight years. Didn't you feel very frustrated because you really wanted to he a creative artist?

W: (21)I think. new things, new challenges, that's corny phrase for you,nonetheless. They are very important and if someone. if you care about making television programs. Because of the technical characteristics of the network you're running. you will be the first color network in Europe, so we want you to think how perhaps color should be used. Well, you again have to he a very funny television producer to say "I'm not interested."

(20)

A.Fiji, the South Seas and the Pacific Ocean.

B.South East Asia, the South Seas and West Africa.

C.The South Seas, South East Asia and the Galapagos Islands.

D.South East Asia, West Africa and the South Seas.

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第9题

Since colonial times, black people in South Africa have been______ by the white minority.A

Since colonial times, black people in South Africa have been______ by the white minority.

A.depressed

B.suppressed

C.oppressed

D.repressed

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第10题

听力原文:M: Which area, of all the ones that you've visited, is your favorite?W: Um... you

听力原文:M: Which area, of all the ones that you've visited, is your favorite?

W: Um... you know, different places for different things. (19)The South Seas are a pretty divine sort of place to be, I mean Fiji, the islands east of there. (19)I'm very fond of South East Asia because it's got such wonderful past. It's got so many temples buried in jungles and so on. (19)And the Galapagos Islands with fantastic birds and reptiles.

M: I wonder what makes you come back to England?

W: Well, I think, change is like happiness. No change produces no happiness in many ways. It seems to me that happiness has something to do with changing. (20)The happiest time's when you're always just about to do something, and when you've just moved from this to that. Because actually life is always changing, people around you are changing, you're getting older, emotional things change, and so on.

M: Before all this you were on the management side of the BBC, in fact, for eight years. Didn't you feel very frustrated because you really wanted to be a creative artist?

W: (21)I think, new things, new challenges, that's corny phrase for you, nonetheless, they are very important and if someone, if you care about making television programs, because of the technical characteristics of the network you're running, you will be the first color network in Europe, so we want you to think how perhaps color should be used. Well, you again have to be a very funny television producer to say "I'm not interested."

(20)

A.Fiji, the South Seas and the Pacific Ocean.

B.South East Asia, the South Seas and West Africa.

C.The South Seas, South East Asia and the Galapagos Islands.

D.South East Asia, West Africa and the South Seas.

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第11题

Today we take for granted that the mail will he delivered daily at our S1.______door. But

Today we take for granted that the mail will he delivered daily at our S1.______

door. But many years ago it might have been placed in a tree trunk and S2.______

underneath a rock. In the early days of the mail no one could be sure about

where or when it will arrive. S3.______

At the southern tip of Africa there was once a post office under a rock.

At the old days the route from England to India was around the Cape of S4.______

Good Hope. The journey was stormy and danger. It took six long months. S5.______

Sailors often wished to send mail home, but they seldom met ships bound

hack to England. So at the cape the sailors would go on ashore. They headed S6.______

for a certain large stone. On the stone scratched the words "Look hereunder S7.______

for letters." They would leave their letters there, knowing that the

next homeward ship would stop and pick it up. S8.______

There was another post office like this at the southern tip of South America.

During the golden rush days, boats sailed around Gape Horn to S9.______

California. At Cape Horn was a keg(烛桶) nailed to a post. Boats coming

from the east coast would send some sailors to this post office. They picked

up any letters in the keg. At the same time they mailed letters home that

boats sail east could pick up. S10.______

【S1】

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