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By sending the “Pathfinder” to Mars, American scientists have taken another step in __

A.looking into

B.turning out

C.coming up with

D.taking advantage of

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第1题

Passage 1Seven years ago, when I was visiting Germany, I met with an official who explaine

Passage 1

Seven years ago, when I was visiting Germany, I met with an official who explained to me that the country had a perfect solution to its economic problems. Watching the U.S. economy _1_ during the’90s, the Germans had decided that they, too, needed to go the high-technology route. But how? The answer seemed obvious: Indians. The German government decided that it would _2_ Indians to Germany just as America does: by offering green cards. Officials created something called the German Green Card and announced that they would issue 20,000 in the first year. Naturally, the Germans expected that tens of thousands more Indians would soon be begging to come, and perhaps the _3_ would have to be increased. But the program was a failure. A year later barely half of the 20,000 cards had been issued. After a few extensions, the program was _4_. I told the German official at the time that I was sure the _5_ would fail. Because the German Green Card never, under any circumstances, translated into German citizenship. The U.S. green card, by contrast, is an almost _6_ path to becoming American (after five years and a clean record). The official _7_ my objection, saying that there was no way Germany was going to offer these people citizenship. “All we need are young tech workers,”he said. So Germany was asking bright young _8_ to leave their country, culture and families, move thousands of miles away, learn a new language and work in a strange land一but without any _9_ of ever being part of their new home. Germany was sending a signal, one that was _10_ received in India and other countries, and also by Germany’s own immigrant community.

A) repelled

B) professionals

C) clearly

D)vulnerable

E) lure

F) initiative

G) soar

H)suspicion

I) abolished

J) dismissed

K) dwellers

L) quotas

M) vividly

N) automatic

O) prospect

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第2题

The estimates of the numbers of home-schooled children vary widely. The U. S. Department o
f Education estimates there are 250,000 to 350,000 home-schooled children in the country. Home school advocates put the number much higher at about a million.

Home school advocates take a harsh attitude toward home schoolers, perceiving their actions as the ultimate slap in the face for public education and a damaging move for the children. Home schoolers harbor few kind words for public schools, charging shortcomings that range from lack of religious perspective in the curriculum to a herdlike approach to teaching children.

Yet, as public school officials realize they stand little to gain by remaining hostile to the home school population, and as home schoolers realize they can reap benefits from public schools, these hard lines seem to be softening a bit.

Public schools and home schoolers have moved closer to tolerance and, in some cases even cooperation. Says John Marshall, an education official," we are becoming relatively tolerant of home schoolers. The idea is, let's give the kids access to public school so they'll see it's not as terrible as they've been told, and they'll want to come back." Perhaps, but don't count on it, say home school advocates.

Home schoolers oppose the system because they have strong convictions that their approach to education--whether fueled by religious enthusiasm or the individual child's interest and natural pace--is the best. "The bulk of home schoolers just want to be left alone.” Says Enge Cannon, associate director of the National Center For Home Education. She says home schoolers choose that path for a variety of reasons, but religion plays a role 85 percent of the time.

Professor Van Galen breaks home schoolers into two groups. Some home schoolers want their children to learn not only traditional subject matter but also "strict religious doctrine and a conservative political and social perspective". Not incidentally, they also want their children to learn--both intellectually and emotionally--that the family is the most important institution in society." Other home schoolers contend "not so much that the schools teach heresy, but that schools teach whatever they teach inappropriately." Van Galen writes. "These parents are highly independent and strive to take responsibility for their own lives within a society that they define as bureaucratic and inefficient.

Which of the following statements is true?

A.Home schoolers engage private teachers to provide additional education for their children.

B.Home schoolers don't go to school but are educated at home by their parents.

C.Home schoolers educate their children at home instead of sending them to school.

D.Home schoolers advocate combining public education with home schooling.

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第3题

Seven years ago, when I was visiting Germany, I met with an official who explained to me t
hat the country had a perfect solution to its economic problems. Watching the U.S. economy 62 during the’ 90s, the Germans had decided that they, too, needed to go the high-technology _63_. But how? In the late’ 90s, the answer schemed obvious: Indians. _64_ all, Indian entrepreneurs accounted for one of every three Silicon Valley start-ups. So the German government decided that it would _65_ Indians to Germany just as America does: by _66_ green cards. Officials created something called the German Green Card and _67_ that they would issue 20,000 in the first year. _68_, the Germans expected that tens of thousands more Indians would soon be begging to come, and perhaps the _69_ would have to be increased. But the program was a failure. A year later _70_ half of the 20,000 cards had been issued. After a few extensions, the program was _71_.

I told the German official at the time that I was sure the _72_ would fail. It’s not that I had any particular expertise in immigration policy, _73_ I understood something about green cards, because I had one (the American _74_). The German Green Card was misnamed, I argued, _75_ it never, under any circumstances, translated into German citizenship. The U.S. green card, by contrast, is an almost _76_ path to becoming American (after five years and a clean record). The official _77_ my objection, saying that there was no way Germany was going to offer these people citizenship. “We need young tech workers,” he said. “That’s what this program is all _78_.” So Germany was asking bright young _79_ to leave their country, culture and families, move thousands of miles away, learn a new language and work in a strange land—but without any _80_ of ever being part of their new home. Germany was sending a signal, one that was _81_ received in India and other countries, and also by Germany’s own immigrant community.

62. A) soar B) hover C) amplify D) intensify

63. A) circuit B) strategy C) trait D) route

64. A) Of B) After C) In D) At

65. A) import B) kidnap C) convey D) lure

66. A) offering B) installing C) evacuating D) formulating

67. A) conferred B) inferred C) announced D) verified

68. A) Specially B) Naturally C) Particularly D) Consistently

69. A) quotas B) digits C) measures D) scales

70. A) invariably B) literally C) barely D) solely

71. A) repelled B) deleted C) combated D) abolished

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第4题

Questions 26 to 30 are based on the following passage. The estimates of the numbers of hom
e-schooled children vary widely. The U.S. Department of Education estimates there are 250,000 to 35,000 home-schooled children in the country. Hone-school advocates put the number much higher-at about a million.

Many public school advocates take a harsh attitude toward home schoolers, perceiving their actions as the ultimate slap in the face for public education and a damaging move for the children. Home schoolers harbor few kind words for public schools, charging shortcomings that range from lack of religious perspective in the curriculum to a herd-like approach to teaching children.

Yet, as public school officials realize they stand little to gain by remaining hostile to the home-school population, and as home schoolers realize they can reap benefits from public schools, these hard lines seem to be softening a bit. Public schoolers have moved closer to tolerance and, in some cases, even cooperation.

Says John Marshall, an education official, “We are becoming relatively tolerant of home schoolers. “The idea is, ‘Let’s give the kids access to public school so they’ll see it’s not as terrible as they’ve been told, and they’ll want to come back.

Perhaps, but don’t count on it, say home-school advocates. Home schoolers, oppose the system because they have strong convictions that their approach to education-whether fueled by religious enthusiasm or the individual child’s interests and natural pace-is best.

“The bulk of home schoolers just want to be left alone,” says Enge Cannon, associate director of the National Center For Home Education. She says home schoolers choose that path for a variety of reasons, but religion plays a role 85 percent of the time.

Professor Van Galen breaks home schoolers into two groups. Some home schoolers want their children to learn not only traditional subject matter but also “strict religious doctrine and a conservative political and social perspective. Not incidentally, they also want their children to learn-both intellectually and emotionally-that the family is the most important institution in society. “

Other home schoolers contend “not so much that the schools teach heresy (异端邪说), but that schools teach whatever they teach inappropriately,” Van Galen writes. “These parents are highly independent and strive to ‘take responsibility’ for their own lives within a society that they define as bureaucratic and inefficient.”

第26题:According to the passage, home schoolers are ________.

A) those who engage private teachers to provide additional education for their children

B) those who educate their children at home instead of sending them to school

C) those who advocate combining public education with home schooling

D) those who don’t go to school but are educated at home by their parents

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第5题

A.The woman is mailing them to Chucks old address.B.The post office is sending

A.The woman is mailing them to Chucks old address.

B.The post office is sending them to the womans house.

C.They are being forwarded to Chucks new apartment.

D.They are being held at the post office.

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第6题

What is the main goal of sending human missions to Mars?A.To find out if life ever existed

What is the main goal of sending human missions to Mars?

A.To find out if life ever existed there.

B.To see if humans could survive there.

C.To prove the feasibility of large-scale space ventures.

D.To show the leading role of science in space exploration.

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第7题

What is the main goal of sending human missions to Mars? A) To find out if life ev

What is the main goal of sending human missions to Mars?

A) To find out if life ever existed there.

B) To see if humans could survive there.

C) To prove the feasibility of large-scale space ventures.

D) To show the leading role of science in space exploration.

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第8题

A.By sending water directly back to the sea with great force.B.By reducing wave energy

A.By sending water directly back to the sea with great force.

B.By reducing wave energy.

C.By reducing beach width.

D.By stabilizing beachfront construction.

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第9题

We are sending you the samples()requested.

A.be

B.are

C.as

D.for

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第10题

A.By e-mail.B.By sending her fax.C.By calling her.D.By visiting her.

A.By e-mail.

B.By sending her fax.

C.By calling her.

D.By visiting her.

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第11题

A transactional view holds that communicators are simultaneously sending and receiving
messages at every instant that they are involved in conversations.()

此题为判断题(对,错)。

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