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The way managers address AIDS in the workplace will determine whether their companies

The way managers address AIDS in the workplace will determine whether their companies survive the first decade of the 21st century, says Deane Moore, an actuary(保险统计家) for South Africa's Metropolitarn Life insurance company.

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南非大都市人寿保险公司保险统计员迪恩莫尔认为,管理人员在工作场所如何对待艾滋病将决定他们的公司在21世纪的头几年能否继续存在。

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第1题

To achieve better shopping experiences, customers are advised to _________.A exert pre

To achieve better shopping experiences, customers are advised to _________.

A exert pressure on stores to improve their service

B settle their disputes with stores in a diplomatic way

C voice their dissatisfaction to store managers directly

D shop around and make comparisons between stores

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第2题

听力原文:People management skills are the most important skills a manager can develop. Wha

听力原文: People management skills are the most important skills a manager can develop. What differentiates a leader from a manager is that the leader has acquired not just the technical and strategic skills but the interpersonal skills to make things happen.

No doubt on your way up through the ranks, you have come across managers who are lacking in interpersonal skills, though they may be good at other aspects of their jobs. And you know, their future will be affected greatly by this lack of human skills.

Our program is totally devoted to developing those managerial skills in people on their way to the top. It covers motivating, assessing, rewarding, leading and developing people. Very simple models of interpersonal relationships are used to focus attention on understanding one's own behavior, its impact on others, understanding the goals of others and integrating a group into a winning team.

Professor John Hunt, Program Director, deliberately limits the number of people on this program to guarantee personal attention between tutors and participants. To match the content precisely to your needs, we ask you to do some pre-course work which includes a survey of those who work with you. This data is linked to our own large databank on how effective managers operate. We then work with you to develop your own specific goals as a manager.

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A.Managers who want to strengthen their leadership.

B.Managers who want to improve their strategic and technical skills.

C.Managers who lack managerial skills in general.

D.Managers who lack human management skills.

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第3题

听力原文: As Managing Director of our company Ive been asked to say a few words to you
today about the way the company is organised. At the top above me, theres the Board of Directors. Their job is to administrate the company, make general policies, and so on. There are two kinds of Directors, actually. One kind is what we call non-executive Directors, which means that they are standing in various parts of the business world and are in a position to help the company to succeed. They only appear when there are meetings of the Board, and some of them are on the boards of other companies at the same time. But the second lot of Directors — the Executive Directors — are full-time employees of the company. Most of them are managers of our various departments. The absolute head of the company, of course, is the Chairman of the Board. He is appointed by the Board, and his job is to take the chair at meetings of the shareholders and the Board of Directors, and to represent the companys interests at outside functions. He does not take much part in the running of the business. He leaves me to get on with the job. Mind you, not all chairmen are like that. Our last one was a real pain, always wanted everything done in his own way and he kept on interfering. Then theres me, the Managing Director, or MD for short — as long as you dont think Im a Doctor of Medicine. Now, my job is to coordinate the policies decided by the Directors and see that they are carried out. I do this through the various managers of departments. Questions 16 to 18 are based on the passage you have just heard. 16. What is the main topic of the talk? 17. Who is responsible for chairing the meetings of the shareholders? 18. What is MD short for?17.

A.The Chairman of the Board.

B.The Managing Director.

C.The General Manager.

D.The Executive Director.

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第4题

听力原文:As the new sales director for a national computer firm, Alex Gordon was looking f

听力原文: As the new sales director for a national computer firm, Alex Gordon was looking forward to his first meeting with the company's district managers. Everyone arrived on time, and Alex's presentation went extremely well. He decided to end the meeting with the conversation about the importance of the district managers to the company's plans. "I believe we are going to continue to increase our share of the market," he began, "because of the quality of the people in this room. The district manager is the key to the success of the sales representatives in his district. He sets the term for everyone else. If he has ambitious goals and is willing to put in long hours, everyone in his unit will follow his example." When Alex was finished, he received polite applauses, but hardly the warm response he had hoped for. Later he spoke with one of the senior managers. "Things were going so well until the end", Alex said disappointedly. "Obviously, I said the wrong thing." "Yes", the district manager replied. "Half of our managers are women. Most have worked their way up from sales representatives, and they are very proud of the role they played in the company's growth. They don't care at all about political correctness. But they were definitely surprised and distressed to be referred to as 'he' in your speech. "

Who did Alex Gordon speak to at the first meeting?

A.District managers.

B.Regular customers.

C.Sales directors.

D.Senior clerks.

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第5题

听力原文:Yoga becomes very popular nowadays, but it is important that we understand a few

听力原文: Yoga becomes very popular nowadays, but it is important that we understand a few facts about it. First of all, it is not a religion. Yoga is a way of life and can serve only to improve your present way of life. Yoga is an exact science and a delicate art. Secondly, be as mechanical as possible. Never strain or pull too much. Forcing will cause your Body to resist and will actually slow down or even prevent your progress. Go gently. Stretch up to the point where it would start to hurt, then stop immediately. The key is the proper breathing through the nostrils with the mouth shut. Usually it is best to practise alone in a room with fresh air, wearing little or no clothing. Never practise on a full stomach because an empty stomach permits greater flexibility. Exercise will benefit your general health. Yoga cannot add or reduce pounds from your figure; only eating less or more food can do that. Always remember that diet affects weight, while exercise affects shape. Neither can do the job of the other.

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A.A delicate art.

B.A religion.

C.An exact science.

D.A way of life

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第6题

听力原文:W: Hello. Is this the registration office? M: Yes. This is Herbert speaking. How

听力原文:W: Hello. Is this the registration office?

M: Yes. This is Herbert speaking. How can I help you?

W: Well, I have a slight problem here. I have been in Chemistry 302B class for a month, and today Prof. Smith told me I wasn't registered in his latest class list. I thought all the while I was registered in his class and this really comes as a surprise.

M: Well, why don't you give me your student ID and I'll just check to see if you are officially registered.

W: 39241.

M: Just a minute. And you are Alice Jones, right?

W: Yes, that's me.

M: Alice, the computer shows that you are registered in Chemistry 302A and that's Dr. Nelson's class. Perhaps you have mixed up the two.

W: Oh no, I thought I'd made a switch from Nelson to Smith. How did this confusion occur? I dropped Nelson's class and switched to Smith's in the first week. I still have the add/drop form. with me.

M: In that case, I suggest you come to the registration office with the add/drop form. and we'll try to sort it out for you. I don't rule out there could have been a mistake that occurred during the add/drop process.

W: I'll be there first thing in the morning to sort out this mess. You know, I wouldn't want to switch professors when I'm now half way through.

M: I can understand that.See you tomorrow.

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A.She found she wasn't registered in Chemistry 302A.

B.She found she was registered in Chemistry 302B.

C.She was unsure which class she had registered.

D.She wasn't registered in Chemistry 302B.

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第7题

The Museum of Contemporary (当代的) Art (MOCA) has started a new series of programs, k
The Museum of Contemporary (当代的) Art (MOCA) has started a new series of programs, known as “Art Makes Good Business.” It is designed to educate company managers about why art makes good business and how to take full advantage of it.

The event is open to new and current corporate (企业法人的) members of MOCA. An understanding and appreciation of art is becoming a must in today’s business world. Art can be a valuable tool for seeking new ways to communicate with customers and raising public awareness of your company’s role in the community.

During the coming months the series will look into the relationship between art, business and community. The series will cover how to understand modern art and how art can help improve a company’s image. Art Makes Good Business speakers will include leaders from the business and art worlds. Bookings are required. Space is limited. For more information call 305-893-6211 or visit www.momanomi.org.

26.The purpose of the museum’s new programs is to show () .

A) the management of business by artists

B) the role of art in improving business

C) the education of modern artists

D) the way to design art programs

27.The Art Makes Good Business program is intended for ().

A) the general public

B) modern art lovers

C) corporate members of MOCA

D) people involved in art business

28.MOCA members who take part in the programs can learn () .

A) to become leaders in business and art world

B) to co-operate with other members of MOCA

C) the new ways of communication between people

D) about the relationship between art, business and community

29.Those who want to attend lectures by Art Makes Good Business speakers must ().

A) make a booking

B) pay additional fees

C) understand modern art

D) be successful managers

30.This advertisement aims to ().

A) improve the relationship between companies

B) stress the important role of art in education

C) attract MOCA members to the programs

D) raise funds for museums of modern art

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第8题

Most Americans enjoy moving from place to place very often. In some states only one house【
C1】______five has people living in it who have【C2】______there for more than five years. One may be born in one city, and go to school in【C3】______. He may finish his middle school【C4】______in two or three cities and attend a college far across the country. And when he has entered business, he【C5】______possibly move from job to job. Moving from job to job, or "jobhopping", is a very common practice in the United States. This【C6】______is not good by and large. Yet every【C7】______to change a job offers the worker an opportunity to move【C8】______to a higher position and to get better wages. And jobhopping also gives employers—the bosses, the managers—the chance to benefit【C9】______the new ideas and skills that different people bring to【C10】______firms or factories. Then, most Americans love traveling. People often【C11】______their automobiles 120 to 160 kilometers just to have【C12】______with a friend or even fly to Europe and back just for watching a football match. It is because of this—the fact that Americans are in【C13】______motion—you are likely to be asked questions that are【C14】______personal and impolite in Europe. And, in this way, it is also【C15】______for you to become friends with Americans. And the【C16】______can be close and strong for a while, but then disappears as soon as the individuals move【C17】______from each other. But if these people should【C18】______again, even years later, they would be delighted to【C19】______the friendship. So don't be【C20】______when you fail to find lifetime friendships or relationships in the United States.

【C1】

A.with

B.in

C.from

D.on

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第9题

The first moving-picture theater was probably the work of Harry Davis, Pittsburgh's most p
rosperous showman. In 1904, he rented a storefront, filled the room with chairs, gaily decorated the exterior, and advertised the【C1】______of a "nickelodeon". It was a(n)【C2】______success.

Although Davis was the first one to use the name nickelodeon,【C3】______experiments were taking place in other parts of the country.【C4】______the country, vaudeville(杂耍)managers, traveling exhibitors, and show businessmen【C5】______their jobs to set up their own nickel picture【C6】______. There was a great deal of money【C7】______in the business, but nickelodeon owners had to work hard to【C8】______their product. They could not afford to advertise【C9】______in the papers, but they could and【C10】______design their storefront facades to call attention to their shows--with oversized【C11】______, attraction boards, posters, and as many light bulbs as they had【C12】______for, To draw the attention of【C13】______, they set up phonographs on the street side and hired【C14】______barkers: "It is only five cents. ' See the moving-picture show, see the wonders of Port Said tonight, and a shrieking comedy from real life,【C15】______for five cents. Step in this way and learn to laugh.

From our vantage(有利的)point in the 1990-distraeted【C16】______we are by television, radio, CD players and DVDs, it's difficult to recapture the【C17】______caused by the appearance of these first nickel theaters. For the【C18】______of the city's population, until now shut out of its theaters and commercial amusements, the sudden【C19】______of nickel shows within walking distance must have been【C20】______short of extraordinary.

【C1】

A.beginning

B.opening

C.operation

D.promotion

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第10题

Wise buying is a positive way in which you can make your money go further. The【C1】______yo
u go about purchasing an article or a service can actually【C2】______you money or can add【C3】______the cost.

Take the【C4】______example of a hairdryer. If you are buying a hairdryer, you might【C5】______that you are making the【C6】______buy if you choose one【C7】______look you like and which is also the cheapest【C8】______price. But when you get it home you may find that it【C9】______twice as long as a more expensive【C10】______to dry your hair. The cost of the electricity plus the cost of your time could well【C11】______your hairdryer the most expensive one of all.

So what principles should you【C12】______when you go out shopping?

If you【C13】______your home, your car or any valuable【C14】______in excellent condition, you'll be saving money in the long【C15】______

Before you buy a new【C16】______, talk to someone who owns one. If you can, use it or borrow it to check it suits your particular【C17】______

Before you buy an expensive【C18】______, or a service, do check the price and【C19】______is on offer. If possible, choose【C20】______three items or three estimates.

【C1】

A.form

B.fashion

C.way

D.method

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