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We must get there ______ before he has a chance to break the news to her.A．by no meansB．by
We must get there ______ before he has a chance to break the news to her.
A．by no means
B．by all means
C．at no means
D．in all means
The story does not say this, but from what we have read, we can tell that ______.A．you get
The story does not say this, but from what we have read, we can tell that ______.
A．you get much hungrier in space than you do
B．you can't have water to drink in a spaceship
C．astronauts must learn many new and different things
D．you can't eat anything in a spaceship
Section BDirections: There are 2 passages in this section. Each passage is followed by som
Directions: There are 2 passages in this section. Each passage is followed by some questions or unfinished statements. For each of them there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. You should decide on the best choice.
Today I've returned to Chicago to discuss another issue relating to our security, and that's the need for us to improve the health security of American citizens.
And for the sake of health care for all Americans, we must reform. the medical liability system. For years, leaders of both political parties have talked about these reforms. Now is the time to get the job done.
We have just had a discussion with fellow citizens--some doctors and other professionals on medical care. I want to thank them for joining me today and sharing their stories and their concerns about the future of health care in our country.
One thing is for certain about health care in our country, that is, we've got the best health care system in the world, and we need to keep it that way. We've got great doctors in America. We're really good at research. We're developing technologies and medicines which are extending lives not only in our country, but also across the world.
To make sure we've got a good health care system today and tomorrow, we've got to make sure that no policy of the federal government will undermine (损坏) the system of private care in America. As folks who deliver that care, you know that we've got challenges in our system. We must address the challenges while not undermining the strengths of American medicine.
We have got a problem in America that we must deal with. Medical liability is not only a local problem, but a national issue that requires a national solution.
There are challenges in the health care system. We understand that in Washington. And we can answer those challenges with practical, sensible, compassionate (有同情心的) reforms. That is the charge before us, and that is the charge we must keep on behalf of the American people.
What is the problem being talked about for years in America？
A．Leaders of political parties.
B．Reforms of social security.
C．Security of American citizens.
D．Improvement of the health security.
The sense of sound is one of our most important means of knowing what is going on around us. Sound has a waste product, too, in the form. of noise. Noise has been called unwanted sound. Noise is growing and it may get much worse before it gets any better.
Scientists, for several years, have been studying how noise affects people and animals. They are surprised by what they have learned. Peace and quiet are becoming harder to find. Noise pollution is a threat that should be looked at carefully.
There is a saying that it is so noisy that you can't hear yourself think. Doctors who study noise believe that we must sometimes hear ourselves think. If we don't, we may have headaches, other aches and pains, or even worse mental problems.
Noise adds more tension to a society that already faces enough stress.
But noise is not a new problem. In ancient Rome, people complained so much about noise that the government stopped chariots(战车) from moving through the streets at night!
Ways of making less noise are now being tested. There are even laws controlling noise. We cannot return to the "good old days" of peace and quiet. But we can reduce noise—if we shout loudly enough about it.
Why are scientists surprised by the findings in their noise study？
A．Because the world is becoming increasingly noisy.
B．Because they have learned that noise is also is also a kind of pollution.
C．Because noise is an unwanted waste for human beings.
D．Because people knew little about noise before.
Clothes play a critical part in the conclusions we reach by providing clues to who people are, who they are not, and who they would like to be. They tell us a good deal about the wearer's background, personality, status, mood and social outlook.
Since clothes are such an important source of social information, we can use them to manipulate people's impression of us. Our appearance assumes particular significance in the initial phases of interaction that is likely to occur. A young adult who is dressed in an unconventional manner, regardless of the person's education, background, or interests, may alienate an elderly middle-class man or woman.
People tend to agree on what certain types of clothes mean. Adolescent girls can easily agree on the lifestyles of girls who wear certain outfits, including the number of boyfriends they likely have had and whether they smoke or drink. Newscasters, or the announcers who read the news on TV, are considered to be more convincing, honest, and competent when they are dressed conservatively. And college students who view themselves as taking an active role in their interpersonal relationships say they are concerned about the costumes they must wear to play these roles successfully. Moreover, many of us can relate instances in which the clothing we wore changed the way we felt about ourselves and how we acted. Perhaps you have used clothing to gain confidence when you anticipated a stressful situation, such as a job interview, or a court appearance.
In the workplace, men have long had well-defined precedents and role models for achieving success. It has been otherwise for women. A good many women in the business world are uncertain about the appropriate mixture of "masculine" and "feminine" attributes they should convey by their professional clothing. The variety of clothing alternatives to women has also been greater than that available for men. Male administrators tend to judge women more favorably for managerial positions when the women display less "feminine" appearance: shorter hair, moderate use of make-up, and plain tailored clothing. As one male administrator confessed," An attractive woman is definitely going to get longer interview, but she won't get a job."
According to the passage, the way we dress ______.
A．provides clues for people who are critical of us
B．indicates our likes and dislikes in choosing a career
C．has a direct influence on the way people regard us
D．is of particular importance when we get on in age
The houses we live in are very __1__. They keep us from being cold in the winter and hot in the summer. In the winter they keep out of the snow. They also keep out the wind. Even if it is blowing outside, we are nice and warm inside. In the summer houses keep the hot sun from us.When it rains, they keep us from getting wet.Houses are also places __2__ we feel safe. People can’ t get at us or our things. Houses give us a place to be together with our families and friends. Mothers and fathers __3__ their children there. The children play there. The family eat and sleep under the same roof.Houses are different in many ways. They are made of different things.Some houses are made of wood. Some are made of stones. Sometimes more than one thing is used to make a house.Houses come in different __4__. Some houses have only one room. Some houses have more than one room. Big buildings found in cities have a great many rooms. They hold many families. The rooms in which each family lives are called an apartment. Houses are different in the ways they are __5__. Houses in tropic countries can be lightly built. In places where it rains much of the time, houses must keep out the water.take care（ “注意”，“当心”，“留心”）
People thinking about the origin of language for the first time usually arrive at the conclusion that it developed gradually as a system of grunts, hisses and cries and【C1】______ a very simple affair in the beginning.【C2】______ ,when we observe the language behaviour of【C3】______ we regard as primitive cultures, we find it【C4】______ complicated. It was believed that an Eskimo must have at the tip of his tongue a vocabulary of more than 10 000 words【C5】______ to get along reasonably well, much larger than rite active vocabulary of an average businessman who speaks English.【C6】______ ,these Eskimo words are 【C7】______ more highly inflected than【C8】______ of any of the well-known European languages, for a【C9】______ noun can be spoken or written in【C10】______ hundred different forms, each【C11】______ a precise meaning different from that of any other. The【C12】______ of the verbs are ever more【C13】______ .The Eskimo language is, therefore, one of the most difficult in the world to learn,【C14】______ the result that almost no traders or explorers have【C15】______ tried to learn it.【C16】______ ,there【C17】______ grown up, in communication between Eskimos and whites, a jargon.【C18】______ to the pidgin English used in Old China, with a vocabulary of from 300 to 600 uninflected words. Most of them are derived from Eskimo【C19】______ some are derived from English, Danish, Spanish, Hawaiian and other languages. It is this jargon that is usually 【C20】______ by travelers as "the Eskimo language".
B．must have been
C．ought to be
听力原文：M: Hi. I have a reservation for tonight.W: And your name？M: It's Nelson. Charles
听力原文：M: Hi. I have a reservation for tonight.
W: And your name？
M: It's Nelson. Charles Nelson.
W: Okay. Mr. Nelson. That's a room for five, and...
M: Excuse me？ Do you mean a room for five dollars？ I didn't know the special was so good.
W: No, no, no. According to our records, a room for five guests was booked under your name.
M: No. No. Hold on. There must be some mistake.
W: Okay. Let's check again. Okay, Mr. Charles
C.Nelson for tonight....
M: Ah. There's the problem. My name is Charles Nelson, not Charles C. Nelson. You must have two guests under the name.
W: Okay. Let me check again. Oh. Okay. Here we are. Charles Nelson. A room for one for the 19th....
M: Wait, wait! It was for tonight. Not tomorrow night.
W: Hum. I don't think we have any rooms for tonight. There's a convention going on in town, and uh, let's see. Yeah, no rooms.
M: Ah come on! You must have something. Anything.
W: Well. Let me check my computer here. Ah! There has been a cancellation for this evening. A honeymoon suite is now available.
M: Great. I'll take it.
W: But I'll have to charge you two hundred fifty dollars for the night.
M: Ah. I should get a discount for the inconvenience.
W: Well. The best I can give you is a ten percent discount plus a ticket for a free breakfast.
M: Hey. Isn't the breakfast free anyway？
W: Well, only on weekends.
M: Okay. That'll be fine.
A．The hotel clerk confused him with another guest.
B．Rooms were overbooked for that evening.
C．There were no more rooms available for five people.
D．The price for the room was higher than he expected.
According to figures from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average weekly income for a woman in 1983 was $ 260. For the same year, men had average weekly earnings of $ 393. For some people, these figures are clear evidence that there is still sex discrimination in the area of pay in the U. S. However, I would argue that this explanation is too simple. In order to get an accurate picture of the situation, we must examine the types of jobs which are typically held by men and by women. When we do this, we find that certain occupations seem to be primarily female while others seem to be primarily male occupations. In the medical and legal professions, for example, statistics show that 85% of all doctors and lawyers are men (although this situation is changing). More than 90% of all engineers are men. Women, however, have been the majority for a long time in other occupations. For example, 99 out of every 100 secretaries are women, and 95% of all nurses are female. From these statistics, it is clear that women tend to enter certain occupations and not others. The occupations which they enter are often in service industries and often have one common feature: They do not pay well. It can be argued that this is the principal reason for the difference in earnings between men and women. In addition, we can expect the pay situation to change in the future, because more qualified women are beginning careers in medicine, law, business, scientific research, and engineering.
What jobs have typically been held by women？
A．Jobs as doctors and lawyers.
B．Jobs in service industries.
C．Jobs in areas without sex discrimination.
D．Jobs in areas where women are respected.
SECTION BINTERVIEWDirections: In this section you will hear everything ONCE ONLY. Listen c
SECTION B INTERVIEW
Directions: In this section you will hear everything ONCE ONLY. Listen carefully and then answer the questions that follow. Questions 1 to 5 are based on an interview. At the end of the interview you will be given 10 seconds to answer each of the following five questions.
Now listen to the interview.
听力原文：Interviewer: Mrs.. Leech, can you describe some of the things your school does with aggressive children？
Mrs. Leech: Well, you must realize that when he comes here he is meeting other aggressive children, and aggressive children all together usually sum each other up.
Mrs. Leech: And they find that aggressiveness here doesn't pay off because you can be jolly sure there's one tougher and worse than he is.
Mrs. Leech: So I usually have, eh,... I say usually,...
Mrs. Leech: Sometimes have organized fights. I...
Interviewer: Organized fights？ You actually...
Mrs. Leech: Yes.
Interviewer: You actually encourage the children to ...
Mrs. Leech: We have a ring and we have a bell.
Interviewer: A boxing ring？
Mrs. Leech: Yes!
Mrs. Leech: And er... they must conform, they must keep to the rules, and when they have either lost or won, we discuss after a) what it is like to be the winner and b) what it is like to lose. And we carry on with our discussion and go on to what it is like in life.
Mrs. Leech: We must win or lose and we must do each very gracefully.
Interviewer: Can you give some reason why children are aggressive.
Mrs. Leech: If a child is one of six or seven children.., er... it's pretty sure that he is naughty and aggressive because he is crying out for attention and in this large family he's found that a jolly good way of getting attention is to shout, be naughty. At least mummy turns round and says, "Be quiet,...
Mrs. Leech: Be a good boy, or you'll get this or that.
Interviewer: So some children are aggressive simply in order...
Mrs. Leech: To gain attention!
Interviewer: To gain...
Mrs. Leech: Aggressiveness usually is that. It's...
Mrs. Leech: It's really the children crying out and saying, "Look at me, please."
Mrs. Leech: I'm not saying it's the answer in all circumstances but it usually is.
Interviewer: Can you give some of the advantages of your school, as compared with ordinary schools.
Mrs. Leech: The classes are smaller for one thing.
Interviewer: How small？
Mrs. Leech: Er... we only have groups up to five or six.
Interviewer: Uhumm. And in a normal school？
Mrs. Leech: Oh, well.., that varies, of course, but it could be thirty to forty.
Mrs. Leech: Urn... here he does have individual attention every day.
Interviewer: Er... do you think the work is important？
Mrs. Leech: I du. Er... without our unit or something similar...
Interviewer: The unit is the school？
Mrs. Leech: Yes, the whole unit.
Mrs. Leech: I think a lot of children would be left and then perhaps at the age of sixteen, we wonld have our juvenile delinquent. I'm not saying we're curing them all.
Mrs. Leech: But I think at least with the unit available to these children, they have had a chance to make good.
Mrs. Leech: I'm not saying it always pays off, but they have had a chance.
What sort of children attend Mrs. Leeches school？
A．Naughty and violent.
B．Slow and retarded.
C．Wicked but clever.
D．Deserted but aggressive.