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网络英语7

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Part 1 Understanding Short Conversations 1.

A. Work out at a gym.

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B. Go to an amusement park.

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C. Go camping.

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D. Dance in his spare time.

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2.

A. Pressing employees to work hard.

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B. Making hard demands of employees.

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C. Insisting that workers cut their beard.

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D. Hiring employees with cut beards.

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3.

A. The woman knows what's wise.

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B. The man has just eaten a lot.

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C. The woman worries about her eating.

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D. The man just ate sweet food.

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4.

A. The man works for the Disney Company.

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B. The man makes computer generated cartoons.

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C. The man has hired an artist from Disney.

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D. The man draws with pens.

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5.

A. He saves it at the bank.

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B. He invests it in stocks.

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C. He does things that are risky.

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D. He keeps it away in a safe.

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6.

A. Teacher and student.

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B. Brother and sister.

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C. Father and daughter.

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D. Mother and son.

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7.

A. A museum.

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B. A restaurant.

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C. At home.

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D. A classroom.

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8.

A. The man hates the woman working.

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B. The man is a boss.

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C. The woman is going to take a job.

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D. The couple have been married for two years.

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Part 2 Understanding Long Conversations 1.

A. The Chinese film audience.

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B. The Oscar Awards.

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C. A Chinese movie.

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D. Compromises to Hollywood.

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2.

A. He directed a film that won 4 Oscars.

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B. He made compromises to the audience.

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C. He won 4 Oscar awards.

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D. He had problems with Hollywood.

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3.

A. It doesn't do anything to be tailored for the Chinese.

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B. It is fit for both Chinese and foreign audiences.

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C. It isn't Chinese enough for him.

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D. It expresses the limits of time and space.

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4.

A. It uses clothes tailored by Chinese.

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B. The music is composed by a Chinese.

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C. It is set in the Qing Dynasty.

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D. It has an essence that is Chinese.

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Questions 5 to 7 are based on the same passage or dialog.

5.

A. The man's authority.

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B. The manager.

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C. A company regulation.

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D. The head office.

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6.

A. The authority to keep working here.

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B. Authority over his mother.

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C. The right to act like his boss.

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D. A name tag that says manager.

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7.

A. Remove his beard.

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B. Go to the head office.

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C. Tell his mother about it.

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D. Read the regulations.

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Part 2 Understanding Long Conversations Questions 1 to 4 are based on the same passage or dialog. 1.

A. The Chinese film audience.

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B. The Oscar Awards.

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C. A Chinese movie.

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D. Compromises to Hollywood.

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2.

A. He directed a film that won 4 Oscars.

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B. He made compromises to the audience.

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C. He won 4 Oscar awards.

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D. He had problems with Hollywood.

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3.

A. It doesn't do anything to be tailored for the Chinese.

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B. It is fit for both Chinese and foreign audiences.

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C. It isn't Chinese enough for him.

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D. It expresses the limits of time and space.

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4.

A. It uses clothes tailored by Chinese.

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B. The music is composed by a Chinese.

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C. It is set in the Qing Dynasty.

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D. It has an essence that is Chinese.

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Questions 5 to 7 are based on the same passage or dialog.

5.

A. The man's authority.

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B. The manager.

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C. A company regulation.

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D. The head office.

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6.

A. The authority to keep working here.

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B. Authority over his mother.

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C. The right to act like his boss.

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D. A name tag that says manager.

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7.

A. Remove his beard.

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B. Go to the head office.

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C. Tell his mother about it.

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D. Read the regulations.

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Part 4 Compound Dictation

Questions 1 to 10 are based on the same passage or dialog.

There are a number of different occasions when you might be called upon to make a speech. There are, for example, toasts,

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responses, votes of thanks, of welcome, speeches at weddings and after-dinner speeches.

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When you are asked to make a speech in

for example, there are things that you must know before

speaking. One must know what exactly is expected of you,

who the audience will be, the place and the

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required to be

on happy occasions when goodwill and sincerity are the main

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serious business

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You must be sincere and of the person

whom you are thanking.

At a formal occasion you should address the chairman or host first (even if his normal status is below that of the VIPs).

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"Madam Chairman, Vice-governor Liu, President Li, Vice

President Chen, ladies and gentlemen" is something you may say. It is difficult to generalize about what language should be used, as much depends on the occasion, the purpose and the

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audience.

Take this job very seriously. Sincerity, with a little gentle

flattery, simplicity, and brevity

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expect to speak for too long, since you must not detract from the person you are speaking about.

Questions 11 to 20 are based on the same passage or dialog.

In the Pittsburgh suburb of Wilkinsburg, March 1, a gunman

shot down five men—killing three and injuring two—in an

apparently racially motivated rage.

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But this time, there were two features in the racial attacks:

First, the suspect was a black. Second, no black leader or

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organization immediately rushed forth to

condemn the shootings. And there was no demand that the

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suspected shooter, Ronald Taylor, be

punished by law if he shot the men because they were white.

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Some blacks I know privately off the

killings with the bitter remark that whites have been killing

blacks for years and getting away with it and that the law did

not do anything about the killings.

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The victims of Taylor's were innocents who happened to be in the wrong place at the wrong

time—apparently shot because they were white.

While the shooting appears to be an extreme example of

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violence, it is not unusual. More whites

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than ever are the of attacks by blacks.

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True,

others are driven

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A 1998 Justice Department study confirmed that nearly 20 percent of the more than 4,000 hate crimes

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Southern Poverty Law Center also notes that there is a huge increase in black-on-white violence from nearly none at the beginning of the 1990s.

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2 addresses 2 advance

2 facilities

2 entertaining 2 ingredients 2 function

2 appreciative 2 distinct

2 vigorously 2 severely 2 shrug

2 rage

2 racial

2 targets