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2015年公共英语等级(PETS5)考前提分模考(3)

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外语类->公共英语

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Section II Use of English (15 minutes)
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Section III Reading Comprehension (50 minutes) 其中,第66-70题,每题2分。
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Section Ⅳ Writing (40 minutes)
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第一部分:Section II Use of English (15 minutes) (共1道题) 展开全部
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根据以下材料,回答各题。
"The more gadgets there are, the (31)__________things seem to get. " said Honore Ervin, co-author of The Et-iquette Girls: Things You Need to Be Told. "Just because it' s there (32)__________your disposal, doesn' t meanyou have to use it 24/7. "
A recent (33)__________ by market research company Synovate showed that 70 percent of 1,000 respondents(34) __________ the poorest etiquette in cell phone users over other devices. The worst habit? Loud phone conversa-tions in public places, or "cell yell, " (35) __________to 72 percent of the Americans polled.
"People use (36)__________ anywhere and everywhere, " Ervin said. "At the movies--turn (37) __________your cell phone. I don't want to pay $10 to be sitting next to some guy chitchatting to his girlfriend (38) __________his cell phone. " This rudeness has deteriorated public spaces, according to Lew Friedland, a communication profes-sor (39) __________the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He (40) __________ the lack of manners a kind of uncon-scious rudeness, (41) __________ many people are not ( 42 ) __________ of what they' re doing or the others aroundthem.
"I think it' s really noticeable in any plane, train or bus (43) __________ you' re subjected against your will(44) __________ someone else' s conversation, " he said. "You can listen to intimate details of their uncle' s illness,problems with their lovers and (45)__________ they' re having for sinner. " "It (46) __________ what was a publiccommon space and starts to (47) __________ it up into small private space. "
A short time ago, if cell phone users (48)__________ politely asked to talk quietly, they would (49) __________with chagrin, he said. "Now more and more people are essentially treating you like you don't understand that loudcell phone use is (50)__________ in public. "
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第二部分:Section III Reading Comprehension (50 minutes) 其中,第66-70题,每题2分。 (共5道题) 展开全部
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Text 1
As long as her parents can remember, 13-year-old Katie Hart has been talking about going to college. Hermother, Tally, a financial-aid officer at a California University, knows all too well the daunting thing of paying fora college education. Last year the average yearly tuition at a private, four-year school climbed 5.5 percent to morethan $17,000. The Harts have started saving, and figure they can afford a public university without a problem.
But what if Katie applies to Princeton ( she' s threatening), where one year' s tuition, room and board--almost$ 34,000 in 2007--will cost more than some luxury cars? Even a number cruncher like Tally admits it' s a littlescary, especially since she' 11 retire and Katie will go to college at around the same time.
Paying for college has always been a hard endeavor. The good news: last year students collected $ 74 billion infinancial aid, the most ever. Most families pay less than full freight. Sixty percent of public-university students andthree quarters of those at private colleges receive some form of financial aid--mostly, these days, in the form ofloans. But those numbers are not as encouraging as they appear for lower-income families, because schools are chan-ging their formulas for distributing aid. Eager to boost their magazine rartkings, which are based in part on the testscores of entering freshmen, they' re throwing more aid at smarter kids--whether they need it or not.
The best way to prepare is to start saving early. A new law passed last year makes that easier for some families.
So-called 529 plans allow parents to sock away funds in federal-tax-free-investment accounts, as long as the moneyis used for "qualified education expenses" like tuition, room and board. The plans aren' t for everyone: For tax rea-sons, some lower and middle income families may be better off choosing other investments. But saving is vital.
W-hen's the best time to start? "Sometime, " says Jack Joyce of the College Board, "between the maternity wardand middle school. "
Aid packages usually come in some combination of grants, loans and jobs. These days 60 percent of all aidcomes in the form of low-interest loans. All students are eligible for "unsubsidized" federal Stafford loans, which letthem defer interest payments until after graduation. Students who can demonstrate need can also qualify for federalPerkins loans or "subsidized" Staffords, where the government pays the interest during school. Fortunately, this is aborrower' s market. "Interest rates are at their lowest level in the history of student loans, " says Mark Kantrowitz,publisher of Finaid. Kantrowitz expects rates to fall even further when they' re reviewed this summer.
Traditional scholarships, academic or athletic, are still a part of many families' planning. Mack Reiter, a 17-year-old national wrestling champion, gets so many recruiting letters he throws most away. He' 11 almost certainlyget a free ride. Without it, "we would really be in a bind, " says his mother, Janet. For everyone else, it' s worththe effort to pick through local and national scholarship offerings, which can be found on Web sites like college-board, com.
根据以上材料,回答各题。
1 [ 单选题 ] (1.0分) 未指定技能
What does the author intend to illustrate with the example of the Harts?
  • A
    The difficulty of paying the tuition.
  • B
    The far-sight of the parents.
  • C
    The promising future of Katie.
  • D
    The increasing tuition in the university.
2 [ 单选题 ] (1.0分) 未指定技能
What can we infer from the second paragraph?
  • A
    Some families are too poor to pay the full amount of the tuition.
  • B
    The parents do not favor the form of loans.
  • C
    Paying the tuition makes the parents feel humble.
  • D
    Those who are in great need may not get what they need.
3 [ 单选题 ] (1.0分) 未指定技能
The last paragraph suggests that __________.
  • A
    many recruiting letters failed to provide Mack Reiter with scholarships
  • B
    Mack Reiter wanted to help his family go out of the trouble
  • C
    traditional scholarships are a good solution to the tuition problems in some families
  • D
    Mack Reiter was very proud of his national wrestling championship
4 [ 单选题 ] (1.0分) 未指定技能
What does the author mean by "better off" ( Line 4, Paragraph 3 ) ?
  • A
    Richer. 
  • B
    Wiser.
  • C
    Happier.
  • D
    Luckier.
5 [ 单选题 ] (1.0分) 未指定技能
Which of the following is true according to the text?
  • A
    The Harts prefer a public university to a private one.
  • B
    It is much easier to pay the tuition at present.
  • C
    All students can get the aid package.
  • D
    Traditional scholarships are still attractive to some families.
2 [ 组合题 ] (5.0分) 未指定技能
Text 2
It was late in the afternoon, and I was putting the final touch on a piece of writing that I was feeling pretty goodabout. I wanted to save it, but my cursor had frozen. I tried to shut the computer down, and it seized up altogether.
Unsure of what else to do, I yanked (用力猛拉) the battery out.
Unfortunately, Windows had been in the midst of a delicate and crucial undertaking. The next morning, whenI turned my computer back on, it informed me that a file had been corrupted and Windows would not load. Then, itoffered to repair itself by using the Windows Setup CD.
I opened the special drawer where I keep CDs, but no Windows CD in there. I was forced to call the computercompany' s Global Support Centre. My call was answered by a woman in some unnamed, far-off land. I find it an-noying to make small talk with someone when I don' t know what continent they' re standing on. Suppose I were tocomment on the beautiful weather we' ve been having when there was a monsoon at the other end of the phone? SoI got right to the point.
"My computer is telling me a file is corrupted and it wants to fix itself, but I don' t have the Windows SetupCD. "
"So you' re having a problem with your Windows Setup CD. " She has apparently been dozing and, havingcome to just as the sentence ended, was attempting to cover for her inattention.
It quickly became clear that the woman was not a computer technician. Her job was to serve as a gatekeeper, ahuman shield for the technicians. Her sole duty, as far as I could tell, was to raise global stress levels.
To make me disappear, the woman gave me the phone number for Windows' creator, Microsoft. This is likegiving someone the phone number for, I don' t know, North America. Besides, the CD worked; I just didn' t haveit. No matter how many times I repeated my story, we came back to the same place. She was calm and resolutely
polite.
When my voice hit a certain decibel ( 分贝), I was passed along, like a hot, irritable potato, to a technician.
"You don' t have the Windows Setup CD, ma' am, because you don' t need it, " he explained cheerfully.
"Windows came preinstalled on your computer!"
"But I do need it. "
"Yes, but you don' t have it. " We went on like this for a while. Finally, he offered to walk me through theuse of a different CD, one that would erase my entire system. "Of course, you' d lose all your e-mail, your docu-ments,your photos. " It was like offering to drop a safe on my head to cure my headache. "You might be able torecover them, but it would be expensive. " He sounded delighted. "And it' s not covered by the warranty ( 产品保证书) !" The safe began to seem like a good idea, provided it was full.
I hung up the phone and drove my computer to a small, friendly repair place I' d heard about. A smart, helpfulman dug out a Windows CD and told me it wouldn't be a problem. An hour later, he called to let me know it wasready. I thanked him, and we chatted about the weather, which was the same outside my window as it was outsidehis.
根据以上材料,回答各题。
1 [ 单选题 ] (1.0分) 未指定技能
Why did the author shut down her computer abruptly?
  • A
    She had saved what she had written.
  • B
    She couldn' t move the cursor.
  • C
    The computer refused to work.
  • D
    The computer offered to repair itself.
2 [ 单选题 ] (1.0分) 未指定技能
Which of the following is the author' s opinion about the woman at the Global Support Centre?
  • A
    She sounded helpful and knowledgeable.
  • B
    She was there to make callers frustrated.
  • C
    She was able to solve her computer problem.
  • D
    She was quick to pass her along to a technician.
3 [ 单选题 ] (1.0分) 未指定技能
According to the passage, the solution offered by the technician was __________.
  • A
    effective 
  • B
    economical
  • C
    unpractical 
  • D
    unacceptable
4 [ 单选题 ] (1.0分) 未指定技能
"It was like offering to drop a safe on my head to cure my headache" in the last but one paragraph meansthat__________.
  • A
    the technician' s proposal would make things even worse
  • B
    the technician' s proposal could eventually solve the problem
  • C
    files stored on her computer were like a safe
  • D
    erasing the entire system was like curing a headache
5 [ 单选题 ] (1.0分) 未指定技能
It can be inferred from the passage that the differences between the Global Support Centre and the local re- pair shop lie in all the following EXCEPT __________.
  • A
    efficiency
  • B
    location
  • C
    Setup CDs 
  • D
    attitude
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Text 3
Women' s minds work differently from men' s. At least, that is what most men are convinced of. Psychologistsview the subject either as a matter or frustration or a joke. Now the biologists have moved into this minefield, andsome of them have found that there are real differences between the brains of men and women. But being different,they point out hurriedly, is not the same as being better or worse.
There is, however, a definite structural variation between the male and female brain. The difference is in a partof the brain that is used in the most complex intellectual processes--the link between the two halves of the brain.
The two halves are linked by a trunkline of between 200 and 300 million nerves, the corpus callosum. Scientistshave found quite recently that the corpus callosum in women is always larger and probably richer in nerve fibers thanit is in men. This is the first time that a structural difference has been found between the brains of women and menand it must have some significance. The question is "What?", and, if this difference exists, are there others? Re-search shows that present-day women think differently and behave differently from men. Are some of these differ-ences biological and inborn, a result of evolution? We tend to think that is the influence of society that producesthese differences. But could we be wrong?
Research showed that these two halves of the brain had different functions, and that the corpus callosum enabledthem to work together. For most people, the left half is used for wordhanding, analytical and logical activities; theright half works on pictures, patterns and forms. We need both halves working together. And the better the connec-tions, the more harmoniously the two halves work. And, according to research findings, women have the betterconnections.
But it isn' t all that easy to explain the actual differences between skills of men and women on this basis. Inschools throughout the world girls tend to be better than boys at "language subjects" and boys better at maths andphysics. If these differences correspond with the differences in the hemispheric trunkline, there is an unalterable dis-tinction between the sexes.
We shan' t know for a while, partly because we don' t know of any precise relationship between abilities inschool subject and the functioning of the two halves of the brain, and we cannot understand how the two halves inter-act via the corpus callosum. But this striking difference must have some effect and, because the difference is in theparts of the brain involved in intellect, we should be looking for differencesin intellectual processing.
根据以上材料,回答各题。
1 [ 单选题 ] (1.0分) 未指定技能
Which of the following statements is CORRECT?
  • A
    Biologists are conducting research where psychologists have given up.
  • B
    Brain differences point to superiority of one sex over the other.
  • C
    Results of scientific research fail to support popular belief.
  • D
    The structural difference in the brain between the sexes has long been known.
2 [ 单选题 ] (1.0分) 未指定技能
According to the passage it is commonly believed that brain differences are caused by __________ factors.
  • A
    biological 
  • B
    psychological 
  • C
    physical 
  • D
    social
3 [ 单选题 ] (1.0分) 未指定技能
"these differences" in paragraph 5 refer to those in __________.
  • A
    skills of men and women 
  • B
    school subjects
  • C
    the brain structure of men and women
  • D
    activities carried out by the brain
4 [ 单选题 ] (1.0分) 未指定技能
At the end of the passage the author proposes more work on__________.
  • A
    the brain structure as a whole
  • B
    the functioning of part of the brain
  • C
    the distinction between the sexes 
  • D
    the effects of the corpus callosum
5 [ 单选题 ] (1.0分) 未指定技能
What is the main purpose of the passage?
  • A
    To outline the research findings on the brain structure.
  • B
    To explain the link between sex and brain structure.
  • C
    To discuss the various factors that cause brain differences.
  • D
    To suggest new areas in brain research.

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According to the American Academy of Dermatology, an estimated 10 to 50 million people in this country havean allergic reaction to poison ivy each year. Poison ivy is often very difficult to spot. It closely resembles severalother common garden plants, and can also blend in with other plants and weeds. But if you come into contact withit, you' ll soon know by the itchy, blistery rash that forms on your skin. Poison ivy is a red, itchy rash caused bythe plant that bears its name. Many people get it when they are hiking or working in their garden and accidentallycome into direct contact with the plant' s leaves, roots, or stems. The poison ivy rash often looks like red lines, andsometimes it forms blisters.
66._________________________________________
About 85 percent of people are allergic to the urushiol in poison ivy, according to the American Academy ofDermatology. Only a tiny amount of this chemical--1 billionth of a gram--is enough to cause a rash in many peo-ple. Some people may boast that they' ve been exposed to poison ivy many times and have never gotten the rash, butthat doesn' t necessarily mean they' re not allergic. Sometimes the allergy doesn' t emerge until you' ve been ex-posed several times, and some people develop a rash after their very first exposure. It may take up to ten days forthe rash to emerge the first time.
67._________________________________________
Here are some other ways to identify the poison ivy plant. It generally grows in a cluster of low, weed-likeplants or a woody vine which can climb trees or fences. It is most often found in moist areas, such as riverbanks,woods, and pastures. The edges of the leaves are generally smooth or have tiny "teeth". Their color changes basedon the season--reddish in the spring; green in the summer; and yellow, orange, or red in the fall. Its berries aretypically white.
68._________________________________________
The body' s immune system is normally in the business of protecting us from bacteria, viruses, and the foreigninvaders that can make us sick. But when urushiol from the poison ivy plant touches the skin, it instigates animmune response, called dermatitis, to what would otherwise be a harmless substance. Hay fever is another exampleof this type of response; in the case of hay fever, the immune system overreacts to pollen, or another plant-producedsubstance.
69. _________________________________________
The allergic reaction to poison ivy is known as delayed hypersensitivity. Unlike immediate hypersensitivity,which causes an allergic reaction within minutes of exposure to an antigen, delayed hypersensitivity reactions don' temerge for several hours or even days after the exposure.
70._________________________________________
In the places where your skin has come into contact with poison ivy leaves or urushiol, within one to two daysyou' 11 develop a rash, which will usually itch, redden, burn, swell, and form blisters. The rash should go awaywithin a week, but it can last longer. The severity of the reaction often has to do with how much urushiol you' vetouched. The rash may appear sooner in some parts of the body than in others, but it doesn' t spread--the urushiolsimply absorbs into the skin at different rates in different parts of the body. Thicker skin such as the skin on the solesof your feet, is harder to penetrate than thinner skin on your arms and legs.
A. Because urnshiol is found in all parts of the poison ivy plant--the leaves, stems, and roots--it' s best to a-void the plant entirely to prevent a rash. The trouble is, poison ivy grows almost everywhere in the UnitedStates (with the exception of the Southwest, Alaska, and Hawaii), so geography won' t help you. Thegeneral rule to identify poison ivy, "leaflets three, let it be, " doesn' t always apply. Poison ivy usuallydoes grow in groups of three leaves, with a longer middle leaf--but it can also grow with up to nine leaves in a group.
B. Most people don' t have a reaction the first time they touch poison ivy, but develop an allergic reaction after repeated exposure. Everyone has a different sensitivity, and therefore a slightly different reaction, to poison ivy. Sensitivity usually decreases with age and with repeat exposures to the plant.
C. Here' s how the poison ivy response occurs. Urushiol makes its way down through the skin, where it is me- tabolized, or broken down. Immune cells called T lymphocytes (or T-cells) recognize the urushiol deriva- tives as a foreign substance, or antigen. They send out inflammatory signals called cytokines, which bring in white blood cells. Under orders from the cytokines, these white blood cells turn into macrophages. The macrophages eat foreign substances, but in doing so they also damage normal tissue, resulting in the skin inflammation that occurs with poison ivy.
D. Poison ivy' s cousins, poison oak and poison sumac, each have their own unique appearance. Poison oakgrows as a shrub (one to six feet tall). It is typically found along the West Coast and in the South, in dryareas such fields, woodlands, and thickets. Like poison ivy, the leaves of poison oak are usually clustered in groups of three. They tend to be thick, green, and hairy on both sides. Poison sumac mainly grows inmoist, swampy areas in the Northeast, Midwest, and along the Mississippi River. It is a woody shrub made up of stems with rows of seven to thirteen smooth-edged leaflets.
E. The culprit behind the rash is a chemical in the sap of poison ivy plants called urushiol. Its name comes from the Japanese word "urnshi, " meaning lacquer. Urushiol is the same substance that triggers an allergic reac- tion when people touch poison oak and poison sumac plants. Poison ivy, Eastern poison oak, Western poi-son oak, and poison sumac are all members of the same family--Anacardiaceae.
F. Call your doctor if you experience these more serious reactions:
Pus around the rash (which could indicate an infection).
A rash around your mouth, eyes, or genital area.
A fever above 100 degrees.
A rash that does not heal after a week.
根据以上材料与选项,回答各题。
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第66题答案为.
  • A
    图中A
  • B
    图中B
  • C
    图中C
  • D
    图中D
  • E
    图中E
  • F
    图中F
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第67题答案为.
  • A
    图中A
  • B
    图中B
  • C
    图中C
  • D
    图中D
  • E
    图中E
  • F
    图中F
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第68题答案为.
  • A
    图中A
  • B
    图中B
  • C
    图中C
  • D
    图中D
  • E
    图中E
  • F
    图中F
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第69题答案为.
  • A
    图中A
  • B
    图中B
  • C
    图中C
  • D
    图中D
  • E
    图中E
  • F
    图中F
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第70题答案为.
  • A
    图中A
  • B
    图中B
  • C
    图中C
  • D
    图中D
  • E
    图中E
  • F
    图中F
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A.The main point of the book is simple : globalization is not helping many poor countries. Incomes are not ris- ing in much of the world, and adoption of market-based policies such as open capital markets, free trade,and privatization are making developing economies less stable, not more. Instead of a bigger dose of free markets,Stiglitz argues, what' s needed to make globalization work better is more and smarter government intervention.
While this has been said before, the ideas carry more weight coming from someone with Stiglitz' s credentials. Insome ways, this book has the potential to be the liberal equivalent of Milton Friedman' s 1962 classic Capitalism andFreedom, which helped provide the intellectual foundation for a generation of conservatives. But Globalization andIts Discontents does not rise to the level of capitalism and freedom. While Stiglitz makes a strong case for govern-ment-oriented development policy, he ignores some key arguments in favor of the market. "The book' s main villainis the Intemational Monetary Fund, the Washington organization that lends to troubled countries", Stiglitz' con-tempt for the IMF is boundless, "It is clear that the IMF has failed in its mission, " he declares. "Many of the poli-cies that the IMF pushed have contributed to global instability. "
B.While parts of this book are disappointingly shallow, Stiglitz' s critique of the market-driven 90' s still reso- nates, especially when the business page is full of stories about white-collar crime and the stock marketseems stuck in a perpetual rut. Even the United States cannot blithely assume that financial markets will work on au-topilot. It is testament to the salience of Stiglitz' s arguments that many economists--even some Bush Administrationofficials--now embrace his view that economic change in the developing world must evolve more with local condi-tions, not on Washington' s calendar. Without a thorough makeover, globalization could easily become a quagmire.
Stiglitz shared a Nobel Prize last year for his work analyzing the imperfections of markets. His main complaint a-gainst Rubin and Summers, who served as Treasury Secretaries, and against Fischer, the NO. 2 official and de factochief executive of the international Monetary Fund, is that they had too much faith that markets could transform poorcountries overnight. He labels these three men market fundamentalists, who fought to maintain financial stabilitywith the same urgency that an earlier generation struggled to contain communism. Worse, he suggests, they shilledfor Wall Street, conflating the interests of the big banks with the financial health of the world.
C.St glitz, 58, is hardly the first person to accuse the 1MF of operating undemocratlcally and exacerbating Third World poverty. But he is by far the most prominent and his emergence as a critic marks an importantshift in the intellectual landscape. Only a few years ago, it was possible for pundits to claim that no mainstream e-conomist, certainly nobody of Stiglitz' s stature, took the criticism of free trade and globalization seriously. Suchclaims are no longer credible, for Stiglitz is part of a small but growing group of economists, sociologists and politi-cal scientists, among them Dani Roddk of Harvard and Robert Wade of the London School of Economics, who notonly take the critics seriously but warn that ignoring their concerns could have dire consequences. " Over the pastseveral years. Stiglitz. a celebrated theorist who was awarded the 2001 Nobel Prize in economics for his work onasymmetric information, has grown accustomed to being at the center of controversy. From 1997 to 2000. he servedas senior vice president and chief economist at the World Banka title that did not stop him from publicly criticizingthe bank' s sister institution, the International Monetary Fund. Stiglitz' s outspokenness, unprecedented for a high-ranking insider, infuriated top officials at the IMF and US Treasury Department, and eventually led James Wolfen-sohn, the World Bank' s president, to inform him that he would have to mute his criticism or resign, Stiglitz choseto leave.
D."Stiglitz' book makes a compelling case that simple-minded economic doctrine, inadequately tailored to the realities of developing countries, can do more harm than good. and that the subtleties of economic theoryare actually quite important for sound policy advice. But simplistic political advicegive developing countries morevoice and the institutions of global governance will be rendered more legitimate and efficientis equally problemat-ic. Political reform is as subtle and complex as economic reform. Evidently, the best minds among us have only be-gun to think about it. "" Joseph Stiglitz' s memoirs of his years in Washington, D.C. first as chair of PresidentBill Clinton' s Council of Economic Advisers and then as chief economist at the World Bankhave the flavor of amorality play. Our goodhearted but slightly native hero. on leave from Stanford University, sets out for the nation's capital to serve his country and improve the tot of the developing word. Once there he finds a morass of politicalopportunism, ideologically motivated decision-making and bureaucratic inertia. Undeterred. he battles valiantly onbehalf of impoverished nations against the unrelenting globalisers of the International Monetary Fund.
根据以上答案,回答各题。
1 [ 单选题 ] (1.0分) 未指定技能
Which book review(s) contain(s) the following information?
Comparison of the significance of two economic books. 71.__________
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Stiglitz' s prestige in the field of economics. 72.__________
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Stiglitz' s criticism of those who exaggerated the power of markets in developing countries.73.__________
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Policy making should consider local conditions.74.__________
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The intervention of government is the way to assist globalization.75. __________
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Stiglitz' s dedication to the development of poor countries.76.__________
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Stiglitz' s preference of one type of economic policy over another one.77.__________
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More people joined Stiglitz in criticizing free trade and globalization.78.__________
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Stiglitz' s points have been supported by what actually happened in the country. 79. __________
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Mairdy gives positive comments on Stiglitz and his new book. 80.__________
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第三部分:Section Ⅳ Writing (40 minutes) (共1道题) 展开全部
1 [ 问答题 ] (25.0分) 未指定技能
Some people claim that staying in a place all one' s life is good for one' s growth, while others disagree withthe view, and they prefer changing the place. Write an article to express your point of view on this topic.
You should write no less than 250 words. Write your article on ANSWERSHEET 2.
THE END OF THE TEST

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