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Part ⅠWriting
  Should China Adopt Favorable Policies to Attract Foreign-trained Students?
  According to an online survey, by the end of 2006, over 1 million Chinese went abroad for higher education. Over 75 percent of them have chosen to stay abroad. In order to attract them back home after their studies to contribute to their motherland, China has offered them a range of favorable policies, including the hukou policy and giving priority to their family members in terms of employment and higher education enrollment.
  However, people in China are divided in their views on these policies. Many people support these policies while some have different opinions. Those who are for the policies think that real life consists of many practical issues and working conditions are very important for the future development of those students. We should not just rely on patriotism to get them back. Those who are against these policies hold the view that these policies will reinforce people's pessimism about the education and working conditions in China. They think that we should continue our development and let those students decide on their own.
  I am in favor of the former. The brain drain is a serious problem in China. We should try every means to reverse it. Attracting foreign-trained people with favorable policies is an important tool.  
  Part ⅡReading Comprehension (Skimming and Scanning)
  1. Y 本题定位于第一段最后一句,意为"在当今充满压力的世界中,一个主要的挑战就是要使生活中的压力为你服务而非与你为难"。
  2. N 根据题眼emotional stress和physical illness定位于第二段第三句,可见题目中的因果关系颠倒了。
  3. N 根据题眼prolonged和frustrating等定位于第三段第三句。题目中的 表示"太......而不能",表达的意思刚好与原文相反。
  4. NG本题定位于第四段第四句。可见原文并未提及身体机能恢复的具体时间。
   5. when it can't be avoided 解题依据为文章第四段倒数第二句"While it's impossible to live completely free of stress and distress, it is possible to prevent some distress as well as to minimize its impact when it can't be avoided."
  6. a friend,family member,teacher,or counselor 本题涉及寻求外界帮助的细节,解题依据为小标题Share Your Stress下第二句"Perhaps a friend, family member, teacher, or counselor can help you achieve a more positive perspective on what's troubling you."
  7. result in stress 本题涉及生活中的计划性,定位于小标题Make a List of the Things You Need to Do的第一句"Stress can result from disorganization and a feeling that ‘there's so much to do, and not enough time'."其中result from 意思是"来自"或"由......引起",与result in的意思相反。
  8. to create a sense of peace and tranquility 解题依据为小标题Create a Quiet Scene的最后一句"You also can create a sense of peace and tranquility by reading a good book or listening to beautiful music."
   9. Learning how to relax 解题依据为小标题Relax的第一句"The best strategy for reducing or avoiding stress altogether is to learn how to relax."
   10. due to your focus on relaxation,enjoyment and health 解题依据为文章倒数第二句"Your focus on relaxation, enjoyment and health will reduce stress, anxiety and worry in your life."   
  Part Ⅲ Listening Comprehension
  Section A
  11. C 12. A 13. C 14. B 15. C 16. D 17. D 18. C
  19. D 20. A 21. B 22. A 23. B 24. D 25. C
  11. M: I am not sure what the best way is to hang this poster without damaging the wall.
  W: Couldn't you use tape? It peels off easily.
  Q: What does the woman suggest?
  12. M: Have you picked up your ID card from the office yet?
  W: No, the camera for taking photos was broken.
  Q: Why hasn't the woman gotten her ID card?
  13. W: I'm going to the drugstore to buy a birthday card for Aunt Margaret.
   M: If you wait a minute, I'll go with you. I need some aspirin.
  Q: Why are the man and woman going to the drugstore?

  14. M: I don't know where to take Janet for dinner tonight.
  W: Have you ever been to that little French restaurant at ninth on Broadway?
  Q: What does the woman mean?
  15. M: I can't find the kind of jogging shoes I want anywhere in town.
  W: Why not order them from a catalog? It's easier than running around the town looking for them.
  Q: What does the woman suggest the man do?
  16. W: I'll make your flight reservations by phone now, and then write out the ticket for you.
   M: That's fine. Can you please tell me the departure time again?
  Q: What's the woman doing?
  17. M: I have too many courses this semester. I'm going to drop one of them.
  W: In order to do that, you'll have to go through the proper channels.
  Q: What advice does the woman give the man?
  18. W: Martin, are you doing anything special for your presentation in political science tomorrow?
  M: Not really, because the class so often turns into a discussion. I've decided to play it by ear.
  Q: What does Martin plan to do?
Now you'll hear two long conversations
  Conversation One
  M: How did you like yesterday's astronomy class?
  W: It was interesting, but the point she was trying to make seemed a little far-fetched.
   M: Oh, that new theory that ocean water came from comets?
  W: Yeah. Do you remember what it's based on?
  M: Some recent satellite photos, I think. Apparently, space satellites recently detected thousands of small comets colliding with earth's outer atmosphere, almost 40,000 per day.
  W: Ok, so they collide with the atmosphere. Then that's what created the water?
  M: It's not that the collision created water. Comets contain water. They are made up mostly of cosmic dust and water. When they collide with the atmosphere, they break up and the water they contain rains down to earth. Ocean water came from that rain.
  W: Oh, well, this morning, I asked my geology professor about that. He said that most geologists don't accept it.
  M: Why not?
   W: Well, their research indicates that most of the water molecules from the comets will have burnt up as they fell through the atmosphere. Enough rain couldn't have reached the earth to fill up the ocean.
   M: Well, do the geologists have an alternative theory to explain where ocean water came from?
  W: Yeah, he said the more traditional view is that ocean water came from volcanoes.
  M: From volcanoes?
  W: Right! As the volcanic fumes are mostly steam. And they claim that it was volcanic steam that created the oceans, not rain from comets.
   Questions 19 to 21 are based on the conversation you have just heard.
   19. What did recent photographs from a space satellite indicate?
   20. According to the new theory, where did ocean water come from?
   21. What group disagrees with the new theory described in the conversation?  
  Conversation Two
  M: Hi, Sarah. What's up?
   W: Oh, hi, I just got out of a history class. I had to give a presentation.
  M: How did it go?
  W: Terribly. I'm sure I made a fool of myself.
  M: Why? Weren't you prepared?
  W: No, it was not that. It's just I get so embarrassed and nervous whenever I have to speak in front of a group of people. I stand up and my face gets red and then I get even more nervous because I know everyone can see me blushing.
  M: It's not so bad to blush.
  W: But it happens all the time. If the professor asks a question and I know the answer, I blush like crazy if he calls on me. Doesn't that ever happen to you?
   M: No, not really. Maybe you should just try to forget about the people. Look at something else in the room like the exit sign.
  W: I guess I could try that but I doubt it'll help.
  M: You know, we talked about it in psychology class. Blushing, even though it's involuntary, is more or less a learned behavior.
  W: What do you mean?
  M: Oh, children hardly ever blush at all. And among adults, supposedly, women blush more than men.
  W: I wonder why?
  M: I don't know, but I had a friend at high school, Brian Smith. It was really easy to make him blush. He turned red whenever a waitress would ask him for his order.
  W: I'm not that bad. Well, I've got to get going for my next class. I'll talk to you later.
  Questions 22 to 25 are based on the conversation you have just heard.
  22. What was the woman's problem?
  23. Why might looking at the exit sign help the woman?
  24. What does the man say about children?
   25. Why does the man mention his friend Brian?

2010-08-20 15:17 编辑:mavis1114