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Despite the fact that most of the world's 33.5 million HIV/AIDS cases are in sub-S

Despite the fact that most of the world's 33.5 million HIV/AIDS cases are in sub-S

Despite the fact that most of the world's 33.5 million HIV/AIDS cases are in sub-Saharan Africa--with an additional 4 million infected each year--the priorities at last week's Organization of African Unity summit were conflict resolution and economic development.

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尽管世界上3350万艾滋病病毒携带者/患者中的大多数人都生活在非洲撒哈拉沙漠以南地区——每年还有另外400万人感染艾滋病病毒,但上周召开的非洲统一组织首脑会议的主要议题却仍是解决冲突和发展经济。

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第1题

____the fact that women often make valuable contributions, they have not been able to

A.Regardless

B.Despite

C.In spite

D.Nevertheless

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第2题

Despite the fact that his parents strongly disagreed with him, he would never give up
pursuing his dream.()

此题为判断题(对,错)。

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第3题

听力原文:W: The restaurant doesn't seem to get enough customers. I think they should be do
ing better, since there's no competition along this street.

M: I heard they're breaking even. So, for now it's probably worthwhile to keep it running.

Q: What can be inferred from the conversation?

(18)

A.The restaurant is losing money.

B.The restaurant should close down.

C.The restaurant is neither losing money nor gaining.

D.The restaurant is making money despite the fact that it has not many customers.

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第4题

Questions 16 to 20 are based on the following passage: The producers of instant coffee f
ound their product strongly resisted in the market places despite their manifest (明显的) advantages. Furthermore, the advertising expenditure for instant coffee was far greater than that for regular coffee. Efforts were made to find the cause of the consumers' seemingly unreasonable resistance to the product. The reason given by most people was dislike for the taste. The producers suspected that there might be deeper reasons, however. This was confirmed by one of motivation research's classic studies, one often cited in the trade. Mason Haire, of the University of California, constructed two shopping lists that were identical except for one item. There were six items common to both lists: hamburger, carrots(胡萝卜), baking powder, bread, canned peaches and potatoes, with the brands or amounts specified. The seventh item, in the fifth place on both lists, read “11b. Maxwell House coffee” on one list and “Nescafe instant coffee” on the other. One list was given to each person in a group of fifty women, and the other list to those in another group of the same size. The women were asked to study their lists and then to describe, as far as they could, the kind of woman (“personality and character”) who would draw up that shopping list. Nearly half of those who had received the list including instant coffee described a housewife who was lazy and a poor planner. On the other hand, only one woman in the other group described the housewife, who had included regular coffee on her list, as lazy; only six of that group suggested that she was a poor planner. Eight women felt that the instant coffee user was probably not a good wife! No one in the other group drew such a conclusion about the housewife who intended to buy regular coffee. The fact that producers found resistance to their product despite the fact that they spent more advertising money on instant than regular coffee shows that ____

A.advertising does not assure favorable sales result

B.companies spent more money on advertising than they should

C.people pay little attention to advertising

D.the more one advertises the better the sales picture

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第5题

听力原文:The old idea that talented children "burn themselves out" in the early years, and

听力原文: The old idea that talented children "burn themselves out" in the early years, and, therefore, are subjected to failure and at worst, mental illness, is unfounded. As a matter of fact, the outstanding thing that happens to bright kids is that they are very likely to grow into bright adults.

To find this out, 1,500 gifted people were followed up to their 35th year with the results as follows:

On adult intelligence tests, they scored as high as they had as children. They were, as a group, in good health physically and mentally. 84 percent of their group were married and seemed content with their lives.

About 70 percent had graduated from college, though only 30 percent had graduated with honours. A few had even dropped out, but nearly half of these had returned to graduate.

Of the men, 80 percent were in one of the professions or in business management or semiprofessional jobs. The women who had remained single had office, business, or professional occupations.

The group had published 90 books and 1,500 articles in scientific, scholarly, and literary magazines and had collected more than 100 patents.

In a material way they did not do badly either. Average income was considerably higher among the gifted people, especially the men, than for the country as a whole, despite their comparative youth.

In fact, far from being strange, most of the gifted were turning their early promise into practical reality.

(33)

A.They are likely to fail in later life.

B.They are likely to grow into bright adults.

C.They are easy to gain success.

D.They are unlikely to burn themselves out.

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第6题

听力原文: The FBI has made 3 arrests in a terror probe on US soil for making false stateme
nts. The 3 men in custody, Najibullah Zazi, his father, also an acquaintance of theirs, Akmad Afzali, all are charged with lying to the FBI during a terror interrogation. In Najibullah Zazi's case, it has to do with a file on his computer which included 10 pages of hand written notes detailing how to build a bomb. According to court documents, he told the FBI he didn't write them, he didn't put them on his computer. But according to the document, FBI forensics indicates that he did write them and did put them there. Also in these documents, Najibullah Zazi has admitted to authorities that he attended a terrorist trainilag camp in Pakistan where he got weapons and explosives training, this despite the fact that Zazi and his attorney said that they had made no such admission to authorities. As for the father and for the acquaintance in New York, they allegedly lied to authorities about a series of telephone calls in which they alerted Najibullah Zazi to the fact that he was under investigation. No specifics of any alleged plot are laid out in these documents and a justice department official says he still does not have the details on the targeting, the timing or the location of any attacks, but this investigation certainly still continuing in the US and around the world.

(30)

A.Because they owned bombs.

B.Because they lied to the FBI.

C.Because they threaten people's life.

D.Because they revolt the FBI.

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第7题

回答下列各题 Its difficult to estimate the number of youngsters involved in home schoolin
g, where children are notsent to school and receive their formal education from one or both parents.26__________and court decisionshave made it legally possible in most states for parents to educate their children at home, and each yearmore people take advantage of that opportunity. Some states require parents or a home tutor to meetteacher certification standards, and many require parents to complete legal forms to verify that their children are receiving 27__________in state-approved curricula. Supporters of home education claim that its less expensive and far more 28__________ than mass publiceducation. Moreover, they cite several advantages: alleviation of school overcrowding, strengthenedfaintly relationships, lower 29_________ rates, the fact that students are allowed to learn at their own rate,increased 30 _________, higher standardized test scores, and reduced 31_________ problems. Critics of the home schooling movement 32_________ that it creates as many problem as it solves. Theyacknowledge tha|, in a few cases, home schooling offers educational opportunities superior to those foundin most public schools, but few parents can provide such educational advantages. Some parents whowithdraw their children from the schools 33_________ home schooling have an inadequate educationalbackground and insufficient formal training to provide a satisfactory education for their children.Typically, parents have fewer technological resources 34_________than do schools. However, the relativelyinexpensive computer techoology that is readily available today is causing some to challenge the notionthat home schooling is in any way 35_________ more highly structured classroom education. 第(26)题__________

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第8题

听力原文:You may be all these things at the office, and more. But when it comes to getting

听力原文: You may be all these things at the office, and more. But when it comes to getting ahead, experts say, the ABCs of business should include a P, for politics, as in office politics.

Hard work alone doesn't ensure career advancement. You have to be able to sell yourself and your ideas, both publicly and behind the scenes. Yet, despite the obvious rewards of engaging in office politics --a better job, a raise, praise—many people are still unable or unwilling to "play the game."

People assume that office polities involve some tactful behaviors, but politics derive from the word "polite". It can mean communication and forming associations. It can mean being kind and helpful, or even trying to please your superior, and then expecting something in return.

In fact, today, experts define office politics as proper behavior. used to pursue one's own self-interest in the workplace. In many cases, this involves some form. of socializing within the office environment-- not just in large companies, but in small workplaces as well.

The first thing people are usually judged on is their ability, but if two or three candidates are up for a promotion, each of whom has reasonably similar ability, a manager is going to promote the person he or she likes best. It's simple human nature. Yet, psychologists say, many employees and employers have trouble with the concept of politics in the office. Some people, they say, have an idealistic vision of work and what it takes to succeed. Still others associate politics with flattery, fearful that, if they speak up for themselves, they may appear to be flattering their boos for favors. Experts suggest altering this negative picture by recognizing the need for some self-promotion.

(30)

A.The political views and beliefs of office workers.

B.The interpersonal relationships within a company.

C.The various qualities required for a successful career.

D.The code of behavior. for company staff.

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第9题

由“Ha”和“tha”两个词根构成,对于“Ha”和“tha”的描述正确的是()。

A.“Ha”是左脉,也称月亮脉,“tha”指右脉,也称太阳脉

B.“Ha”是右脉,也称月亮脉,“tha”指左脉,也称太阳脉

C.“Ha”是右脉,也称太阳脉,“tha”指左脉,也称月亮脉

D.“Ha”是左脉,也称太阳脉,“tha”指右脉,也称月亮脉

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第10题

The Australian PartiesThe Australian political scene is dominated by two major parties tha

The Australian Parties

The Australian political scene is dominated by two major parties that have quite different political agendas. However, the policies of the Australian Labor Party and the Liberal Party have become much more difficult to tell apart in recent years. In fact, it would be true to say that both parties consist of conservative, moderate and radical elements, and therefore the general public is often perplexed about which party to vote for. Nonetheless, it is usual to find that an Australian will lean towards supporting one of these two parties and remain faithful to that party for life.

The Labor Party was formed early in the twentieth century to safeguard the interests of the common working man and to give the trade unions political representation in Parliament. The Party has always had strong connections with the unions, and supports the concept of a welfare society in which people who are less fortunate than others are financially, assisted in their quest for a more equitable slice of the economic pie. The problem is that such socialist political agendas are extremely expensive to implement and maintain, especially in a country that, although comparatively ,wealthy, is vast and with a small working and hence taxpaying population base. Welfare societies tend towards bankruptcy unless government spending is kept in check. The Liberal Party, on the other hand, argues that the best way to ensure a fair division of wealth in the country is to allow more freedom to create it. This, in turn, means more opportunities, jobs created etc. , and therefore more wealth available to all. Just how the poor are to share in the distribution of this wealth (beyond being given, at least in theory, the opportunity to create it) is, however, less well understood. Practice, of course, may make nonsense of even the best theoretical intentions, and often the less politically powerful are badly catered for under governments' implementing 'free-for-all' policies.

It is no wonder that given the two major choices offered them, Australian voters are increasingly turning their attention to the smaller political parties, which claim to offer a more balanced swag of policies, often based around one major current issue. Thus, for instance, at the last election there was the No Aircraft Noise Parry, popular in city areas, and the Green Party, which is almost solely concerned with environmental issues.

Radical groups are only found within the Labor Party.

A.Y

B.N

C.NG

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第11题

The reason for the shrinkage of legal market is tha t ().

A.technology develops too fast

B.more simple legal work is dealt with abroad

C.companies become more efficient

D.companies cut down the fee arrangement

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