交朋友的11个技巧

[不指定 08/06/29 11:34 | by admin ]
      1.聊天聊点儿长远的事。让人感到你是有长远考虑的人才,增加人们与你建立鸡毛蒜皮以外关系的空间。

    2.交往一些眼前无用的人。有地位有资源的人谁都想去交往,但是在人家眼里你可能都不算一根葱。那些从还看不出谁长谁短的时代发展的同学关系却在后来成为很长久的社会支撑。而那些只交往有用朋友的人看起来更像小人。

    3.注意社交的差异性。有的人说我从没有公务员的朋友,或者从来没有教授的朋友,没有做投资股票这些方面的朋友,那么我要有意识地去这些人可能较多出现的场合、讲座、活动中去交往这些朋友。

    4.不要随便给人家承诺。如果承诺的话是指100%可以做到的,清晰的承诺可以减少你的麻烦,也可以让其他人知道怎么和你打交道。

    5.接近不知道或不喜欢的知识或人士。在这个不知道里面,你可能会发现这些人和事其实才是你非常喜欢的。如果你选十本书,你选三本你不喜欢的书,七本你喜欢的。如果你能这样坚持,你将对未来保持开放心态。

    6.在没事的时候联络老朋友。社交的规矩是没事情的时候找人才能积累情感与彼此的黏合度。有事找人是用人,没事找人是情感投资。

    7.做成本低但让人感觉到你的关心的事。过中秋买三千块钱的月饼,这个不见得有必要。你哪怕用最朴素的方法报告一下你的情况,也比转一个人家已经收到过的定制短信好。

    8.组织聚会扩大关系。一家人老公有老公的朋友,太太有太太的朋友,小孩子有小孩子的朋友,如果大家的朋友带朋友一起聚会,就可以把社交关系扩大很多倍,而且还发展了与家人可共享的友谊关系,增加了共同的话题,也在有事情的时候制造了可以与大家都说得上话的人力资源。

    9.注意自己给人的第一印象。现在大家不像以往,交往机会多了,但其实人们很难有第二次交往,所以为什么像我们面试啊,会议啊,论坛啊,你要认真地考虑我的形象怎么样?第一要吸引人们的注意力,第二要人们对我的注意力是正面的。要充分注意形象的修饰。

    10.一定要用名片。人初次见面后需有一个沟通的链接,名片就充当这样一个作用。大家在名片上也不要印手机号,你在他面前写下了一个号码,你写这个东西的姿态表明你对他另眼相看。

    11.与朋友一起做公益。朋友除了互相帮忙之外,很重要的一点就是把我们的友谊和关系用在帮助第三人和第四人方面,使得我们能够体验到那种帮助其他人、服务于其他人、为更多人创造价值的乐趣。
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      大学英语四六级考试上周进行。不少考生一考完就直奔医院掏作弊耳机,中午时分,附近高校云集的广州军区武汉总医院里,已聚集了数十名等待就诊的大学生。
昨日14时许,记者在该医院看到,陆续有来“掏耳朵”的大学生,有些还是成群结队而来。  
一位排队“掏耳朵”的大三男生称,每到四六级考试,卖答案和耳机的小广告就漫天飞,一般数次没考过的大三、大四同学,不得已才会选择作弊,要1000元,单买耳机350元,“大多数时候会几个人分摊着买答案,这样便宜一点”。
看记者好像对耳机很感兴趣,该男生还好心提醒记者不要买他使用的这个牌子,“杂音很大,没什么用,估计还得重考”。
来 自武昌一独立院校的王同学,向记者“推荐”一种新型耳机,“这是一种塑料隐形耳机,效果比一般铁的要好些。电池是直接安在耳机上的,声音比较大,开关是个 小盒子形状,挎在腰上很好用,便于逃脱电子狗(通过探测手机信号防作弊)的搜索”。王同学说,这个耳机是他花170元买的,“准备打七折转卖给其他有需要 的同学”。
昨晚,广州军区武汉总医院耳鼻喉科医师杨光接受采访时介绍,至19时,他共为30余名大学生掏出了藏在耳道中的微型作弊耳机。杨医师介绍,每年这个时候,为四六级考生掏作弊耳机,已成了他不得不进行的“必修课”。
“我真是见证了作弊耳机的‘瘦身’历程啊!”杨医师无奈地说,他进医院5年,作弊耳机已由原来的圆饼电池大小,逐渐变为如今的绿豆般大小。
    杨医师提醒考生,一旦耳机被卡在耳道中,轻则会发炎,重则需要手术取出,一般手术花费在3000~5000元,“每年都有一两个考生因此动手术”。
     2008年上半年大学英语四六级考试在全省17个市的89所高校进行。省信息产业厅(省无委办)芜湖管理处利用高科技成功查获了一起用对讲机向考场报答案的无线电作弊案。
  6月21日早上8时,在即将举行英语四级考试的芜湖高校园区,芜湖无线电管理处将无线电监测设备布置停当。考试进行一段时间后,监测人员即发现不明信号,不久,此信号又消失了。监测人员异常警觉,很快又在信息工程学院发现另一频率的不明信号,后又在皖南医学院附近发现3处报考试答案信号。无线电监测人员与当地公安、教育部门人员一起迅速排查,发现2人鬼鬼祟祟,立即上前检查,果然2人正在用对讲机向考场报试卷答案。经审问,2人又供出附近另有2人也在用对讲机报送答案。

  我省近30万名在校大学生参加了这次考试。省信息产业厅(省无委办)在所有考场均进行了无线电监测严密布置,以科技手段保障科技时代考试的公平公正。据了解,无线电监测技术以前已在我省高考、中考、公务员考试发挥了巨大作用。

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注意:此部分试题在答题卡1

Part Reading Comprehension(Skimming and Scanning)(15 minutes)

Directions: In this part, you will have 15 minutes to go over the passage quickly and answer the questions on Answer Sheet 1 For questions 1-7,choose the best answer from the four choices marked A),B),C)and D. For questions 8-10,complete the sentences with the information given in the passage.

What will the world be like in fifty years?

This week some top scientists, including Nobel Prize winners, gave their vision of how the world will look in 2056,fron gas-powered cars to extraordinary health advances, John Ingham reports on what the world’s finest minds believe our futures will be.

For those of us lucky enough to live that long,2056 will be a world of almost perpetual youth, where obesity is a remote memory and robots become our companions.

We will be rubbing shoulders with aliens and colonizing outer space. Better still, our descendants might at last live in a world at peace with itself.

The prediction is that we will have found a source of inexbaustible, safe, green energy, and that science will have killed off religion. If they are right we will have removed two of the main causes of war-our dependence on oil and religious prejudice.

Will we really, as today’s scientists claim, be able to live for ever or at least cheat the ageing process so that the average person lives to 150?

Of course, all these predictions come with a scientific health warning. Harvard professor Steven Pinker says: “This is an invitation to look foolish, as with the predictions of domed cities and nuclear-powered vacuum cleaners that were made 50 year ago.”

Living longer

Anthony Atala, director of the Wake Forest Institute in North Carolina, belives failing organs will be repaired by injecting cells into the body. They will naturally to straight to the injury and help heal it. A system of injections without needles could also slow the ageing process by using the same process to “tune” cells.

Bruce Lahn, professor of human genetics at the University of Chicago, anticipates the ability to produceunlimited supplies” of transplantable human organs without the needed a new organ, such as kidney, the surgeon would contact a commercial organ producer, give him the patient’s immuno-logical profile and would then be sent a kidney with the correct tissue type.

These organs would be entirely composed of human cells, grown by introducing them into animal hosts, and alloweing them to deveoop into and organ in place of the animal’s own. But Prof. Lahn believes that farmed brains would be “off limits”.He says: Very few people would want to have their brains replaced by someone else’s and we probably don’t want to put a human brain ing an animal body.

Richard Miller, a professor at the University of Michigan, thinks scientist could develop“an thentic anti-ageing drugs” by working out how cells in larger animals such as whales and human resist many forms of injuries. He says:It’s is now routine, in laboratory mammals, to extend lifespan by about 40%. Turning on the same protective systems in people should, by 2056, create the first class of 100-year-olds who are as vigorous and productive as today’s people in their 60s

Aliens

Conlin Pillinger ,professor of planerary sciences at the Open University,says:”I fancy that at least we will be able to show that life didi start to evolve on Mars well as Earth.”Within 50years he hopes scientists will prove that alien life came here in Martian meteorites(陨石).

Chris McKay,a planetary scientist at NASA’s Ames Research Center.believes that in 50 years we may find evidence of alien life in ancient permanent forst of Mars or on other planers.

He adds:”There is even a chance we will find alien life forms here on Earth.It mightbe as different as English is to Chinese.

Priceton professor Freeman Dyson thinks it “likely” that life form outer space will be discovered defore 2056 because the tools for finding it, such as optical and radio detection and data processing,are improving.

He ays:”As soon as the first evidence is found,we will know what to look for and additional discoveries are likely to follow quickly.Such discoveries are likely to have revolutionary consequences for biology, astronomy and philosophy. They may change the way we look at ourselves and our place in the universe.

Colonies in space

Richard Gottprofessor of astrophysics at Princeton,hopes man will set up a self-sufficient colony on Mars,which would be a “life insurance policy against whatever catastrophes,natural or otherwise,might occur on Earth.

“The real space race is whether we will colonise off Earth on to other worlds before money for the space programme runs out.”

Spinal injuries

Ellen Heber-Katz,a professor at the Wistar Institude in Philadelphia,foresees cures for inijuries causing paralysis such as the one that afflicated Superman star Christopher Reeve.

She says:”I believe that the day is not far off when we will be able to profescribe drugs that cause severes(断裂的) spinal cords to heal,hearts to regenerate and lost limbs to regrow.

“People will come to expect that injured or diseased organs are meant to be repaired from within,inmuch the same way that we fix an appliance or automobile:by replancing the damaged part with a manufacturer-certified new part.”She predict that within 5 to 10 years fingers and toes will be regrown and limbs will start to be regrown a few years later. Reparies to the nervous system will start with optic nerves and,in time,the spinal cord.”Within 50years whole body replacement will be routine,”Prof.Heber-Katz adds.

Obesity

Sydney Brenner,senior distinguished fellow of the Crick-Jacobs Center in California,won the 2002 Noblel Prize for Medicine and says that if there is a global disaster some humans will survive-and evolition will favour small people with bodies large enough to support the required amount of brain power.”Obesity,”he says.”will have been solved.”

Robots

Rodney Brooks,professor of robotice at MIT,says the problems of developing artificial intelligence for robots will be at least partly overcome.As a result,”the possibilities for robots working with people will open up immensely”

Energy

Bill Joy,green technology expert in Califomia,says:”The most significant breakthrought would be to have an inexhaustible source of safe,green energy that is substantially cheaper than any existing energy source.”

Ideally,such a source would be safe in that it could not be made into weapons and would not make hazardous or toxic waste or carbon dioxide,the main greenhouse gas blamed for global warming.

Society

Geoffrey Miller,evolutionary psychologist at the University of New Mexico,says:”The US will follow the UKin realizing that religion is nor a prerequisite (前提)for ordinary human decency.

“This,science will kill religion-not by reason challenging faith but by offering a more practical,uniwersal and rewarding moral frameworkfor human interaction.”

He also predicts that “ahsurdly wasteful”displays of wealth will become umfashionable while the importance of close-knit communities and families will become clearer.

These there changer,he says,will help make us all”brighe\ter,wiser,happier and kinder”.

注意:此部分试题请在答题卡1上作答。

1.What is john lngham’s report about?

A)A solution to the global energy crisis

B)Extraordinary advances in technology.

C)The latest developments of medical science

D)Scientists’vision of the world in halfa century

2. According to Harvard professor Steven Pinker,predictions about the future_____.

A)may invite trouble

B)may not come true

C)will fool the public

D)do more harm than good

3. Professor Bruce Lahn of the University of Chicago predicts that____.

A)humans won’t have to donate organs for transplantation

B)more people will donate their organs for transplantation

C)animal organs could be transplanted into human bodies

D)organ transplantation won’t be as scary as it is today

4. According to professor Richard Miller of the University of Michigarr, prople will____.

A)life for as long as they wish

B)be relieved from all sufferings

C) life to 100 and more with vitality

D)be able to live longer than whales

5.Priceton professor Freeman Syson thinks that____.

A)scientists will find alien life similar to ours

B)humans will be able to settle on Mars

C)alien life will likely be discovered

D)life will start to evolve on Mars

 

6.According to Princeton professor Richard Gott,by setting up a self-sufficient colony on Mars,

Humans_____.

A)Might survie allcatastrophes on earth

B)Might acquire ample natural resources

C)Will be able to travel to Mars freely

D)Will mo\ve there to live a better life

7.Ellen Heber-Katz, professor at the Wistar Institue in Philadelpia,predicts that_____.

A)human organs can bu manufactured like appliances

B)people will be as strong and dymamic as supermen

C) human nerves can be replanced by optic fibers

D)lost fingers and limbs will be able to regrow

8.rodney Brooks says that it will be possible for robots to work with humans as a result or the development of__artificaial intelligence for robots_____

9. The most significant breakthrough predicted by Bill joy will be an inexhaustible green energy source that can’t be used to make__pollutions___________

10 According to Geoffrey Miller, science will offer a more practical, universal and rewarding moral framework in place of _________religion_______

    今天,省教育考试院透露,2008年上半年全国大学英语四六级考试将于6月21日进行。本次考试我省有325928人报考,比去年同期增长49879人。全省有71所高校作为考点,共设置10970个考场。这是历年来我省全国大学英语四六级考试规模最大、考点最多的一次。为确保考试安全顺利进行,各级招考机构会同当地公安、无线电管理等部门建立联动机制,出动了无线信号监测车辆和人员,加强考点周边巡查,严厉打击利用电台和其他无线电通讯作弊的行为,有效防范有组织、有预谋的集体作弊事件发生。
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