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Part I Writing:

注意:此部分试题在答题卡1上。

PartⅡ 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 1-4, mark

Y(for YES)if the statement agrees with the information given in the passage;

N(for NO) if the statement contradicts the information given in the passage;

NG(for NOT GIVEN) if the information is not given in the passage.

For questions 5to10, complete the sentences with the information given in the passage.

Stress

This may come as a surprise, but you need stress in your life. Leading stress management experts say that life without stress would be dull and unexciting. Stress adds flavor, challenge, and opportunity to life. However, too much stress can seriously affect your physical and mental well-being. A major challenge in today’s stress-filled world is to make the stress in your life work for you instead of against you.

In today’s hectic, fast-paced world and with the booming economy, stress is our constant companion. It comes from mental or emotional activity and physical activity. Too much emotional stress can result in physical illness, such as high blood pressure, ulcers, asthma, irritable colon, headaches, or even heart disease. On the other hand, physical stress from work or exercise rarely causes such ailments. In fact, physical exercise can help you to relax and to handle your mental or emotional stress.

Hans Selye, M.D., a recognized expert in the field, has defined stress as a “nonspecific response of the body to a demand”. The key to reducing stress is learning how our bodies respond to those demands. When stress becomes prolonged or particularly frustrating, it can become harmful—causing distress or “bad stress”. Recognizing the early signs of distress and then doing something about them can make a significant difference in the quality of your life.

In order to use stress in a positive way and prevent it from becoming distress, you should be aware of your own reactions to stressful events. The body responds to stress by going through specific stages: (1) alarm, (2) resistance, and (3) exhaustion. Muscles tense, blood pressure and heart rate rise, and adrenaline and other stress-triggered hormones that increase the level of alertness are released. If the stress-causing conditions continue, your body will need time to make repairs, if that happens, you eventually may develop a physical problem that is related to stress, such as migraine headaches, high blood pressure, backaches, or insomnia. That’s why when stress occurs it’s important that you recognize and deal with it in a positive way. 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. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services offers the following suggestions for ways to handle stress.

Try Physical Activity

When you’re nervous, angry or upset, try releasing the pressure through exercise or physical activity. Running, walking, playing tennis, or working in your garden are just some of the activities you might try. Physical exercise will relieve your anxiety and worry and help you relax. Your body and your mind will work together to ease the stress in your life.

Share Your Stress

It helps to talk with someone about your anxieties and worries. Perhaps a friend, family member, teacher, or counselor can help you achieve a more positive perspective on what’s troubling you. If you feel your problem is serious, you might seek professional help from a psychologist, psychiatrist or social worker. Knowing when to ask for help is a positive step in avoiding more serious problems later.

Take Care of Yourself

You should make every effort to eat well and to get enough rest. If you’re irritable and tense from lack of sleep, or if you’re not eating properly, you’ll be more vulnerable to stressful situations. If stress repeatedly keeps you from sleeping, you should consult your doctor.

Make Time for Yourself

Schedule time for both work and recreation. Don’t forget, play can be just as important to your overall well-being as work. You need a break from your daily routine to just relax and have fun. Go window-shopping or work on a hobby. Allow yourself at least a half hour each day to do something you enjoy.

Make a List of the Things You Need to Do

Stress can result from disorganization and a feeling that “there’s so much to do, and not enough time”. Trying to take care of everything at once can be overwhelming, and as a result, you may not accomplish anything. Instead, make a list of everything you have to do, then do one thing at a time, checking off each task as it is completed. Give priority to the most important tasks and do those first.

Go Ahead and Cry

A good cry can be a healthy way to bring relief to your anxiety. It might even help yon avoid a headache or other physical consequence of anxiety and stress.

Create a Quiet Scene

Yon can’t always run away, but you can allow yourself a mental “get-away”. A quiet country scene painted mentally, or on canvas, can transport you from the tension of a stressful situation to a more relaxing frame of mind. You also can create a sense of peace and tranquility by reading a good book or listening to beautiful music.

Avoid Self-Medication

While yon can use prescription or over-the-counter medications to relieve stress temporarily, they do not remove the conditions that caused the stress in the first place. In fact, many medications may be habit-forming and also may reduce your efficiency, thus creating more stress than they eliminate. They should be taken only on the advice of your doctor.

Relax

The best strategy for reducing or avoiding stress altogether is to learn how to relax. Unfortunately, many people try to relax at the same pace that they lead the rest of their lives. That doesn’t work. Instead, try tuning out your worries about time, productivity and “doing right”. Here are several relaxation techniques you may find helpful:

—You should take a deep breath and exhale to help calm your mind, counter your body’s natural stress reaction and improve your response.

—You should laugh. Many stress management experts advocate laughter as a relaxation technique for relieving tension.

—You should take a warm bath or shower. Whether you prefer bubble baths or long hot showers, this is an excellent way to relax after a stressful day.

—You should try progressive muscle relaxation. Individual contract and relax each muscle group of your body. Begin by tensing your toes for 10 seconds, then relax them for 20. Work all the way up your body, alternately tensing and relaxing, and finish with your facial muscles.

By learning the “art” of relaxation, you’ll find satisfaction in just “being”, without trying or striving. Your focus on relaxation, enjoyment and health will reduce stress, anxiety and worry in your life. The result is, you will be calmer, healthier and happier.

注意:此部分试题在答题卡1上作答。

1. In today’s stressful world, we should get control of the stress in our life rather than being forced by it.

2. According to the author, too much physical illness can lead to emotional stress.

3. When stress becomes prolonged or particularly frustrating, it can become too harmful to cause distress or bad stress.

4. If the conditions which cause stress continue, your body will need time, usually, three to five days, to make repairs.

5. Although it’s impossible to live without stress and distress _____________________.

6. A more positive perspective on what’s troubling you may be achieved with the help of_____________________.

7. Disorganization and a feeling that “there’s so much to do, and not enough time” can _____________________.

8. You can read a good book or listen to beautiful music_____________________.

9. _____________________is the best strategy for reducing or avoiding stress.

10. The reduction of stress, anxiety and worry in your life is _____________________.


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Until the very latest moment of his existence, man has
been bound to the planet on which he originated and
developed. Now he had the capability to leave that planet ___1___
and move out into the universe to those worlds which he has
known previously only directly. Men have explored parts of ___2___
the moon, put spaceships in orbit around another planet and
possibly within the decade will land into another planet and ___3___
explore it. Can we be too bold as to suggest that we may be ___4___
able to colonize other planet within the not—too—distant ___5___
future? Some have advocated such a procedure as a solution
to the population problem. ship the excess people off to the
moon. But we must keep in head the billions of dollars we ___6___
might spend in carrying out the project. To maintain the earth’s
population at its present level. we would have to blast off into
space 7,500 people every hour of every day of the year.
Why are we spending so little money on space ___7___
exploration? Consider the great need for improving many ___8___
aspects of the global environment, one is surely justified in
his concern for the money and resources that they are poured ___9___
into the space exploration efforts. But perhaps we should
look at both sides of the coin before arriving hasty conclusions. ___10___


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Historically, humans get serious about avoiding disasters only after one has just struck them. __62__ that logic, 2006 should have been a breakthrough year for rational behavior. With the memory of 9/11 still __63__ in their minds, Americans watched hurricane Katrina, the most expensive disaster in U.S. history, on __64__ TV. Anyone who didn't know it before should have learned that bad things can happen. And they are made __65__ worse by our willful blindness to risk as much as our __66__ to work together before everything goes to hell.

  Granted, some amount of delusion(错觉)is probably part of the __67__ condition. In A.D. 63, Pompeii was seriously damaged by an earthquake, and the locals immediately went to work __68__, in the same spot-until they were buried altogether by a volcano eruption 16 years later. But a __69__ of the past year in disaster history suggests that modern Americans are particularly bad at __70__ themselves from guaranteed threats. We know more than we __71__ did about the dangers we face. But it turns __72__ that in times of crisis, our greatest enemy is __73__ the storm, the quake or the __74__ itself. More often it is ourselves.
So what has happened in the year that __75__ the disaster on the Gulf Coast?In New Orleans,the Army Corps of Engineers has worked day and night to rebuild the flood walls.They have got the walls to __76__ they were before Katrina,more or less.That's not __77__,we can now say with confidence.But it may be all __78__ can be expected from one year of hustle(忙碌).
Meanwhile,New Orleans offcials have crafted a plan to use buses and trains to __79__ the sick and the disabled.The city estimates that 15,000 people will need a __80__ out.However,state officials have not yet determined where these people will be taken.The __81__ with neighboring communities are on going and difficult.
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__62__ 62 A) To B) By C) On D) For
__63__ 63 A) fresh B) obvious C) apparent D) evident
__64__ 64 A) visual B) vivid C) live D) lively
__65__ 65 A) little B) less C) more D) much
__66__ 66 A) reluctance B) rejection C) denial D) decline
__67__ 67 A) natural B) world C) social D) human
__68__ 68 A) revising B) refining C) rebuilding D) retrieving
__69__ 69 A) review B) reminder C) concept D) prospect
__70__ 70 A) preparing B) protesting C) protecting D) prevailing
__71__ 71 A) never B) ever C) then D) before
__72__ 72 A) up B) down C) over D) out
__73__ 73 A) merely B) rarely C) incidentally D) accidentally
__74__ 74 A) surge B) spur C) surf D) splash
__75__ 75 A) ensued B) traced C) followed D) occurred
__76__ 76 A) which B) where C) what D) when
__77__ 77 A) enough B) certain C) conclusive D) final
__78__ 78 A) but B) as C) that D) those
__79__ 79 A) exile B) evacuate C) dismiss D) displace
__80__ 80 A) ride B) trail C) path D) track
__81__ 81 A) conventions B) notifications C) communications D) negotiations



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     Have you ever wondered what our future is like?Practically all people _1_
a desire to predict their future _2_.Most people seem inclined to _3_ this
task using causal reasoning.First we _4_ recognize that future circumstances
are _5_ caused or conditioned by present ones.We learn that getting an
education will _6_ how much money we earn later and that swimming beyond the
reef may bring an unhappy _7_ with a shark.
Second,people also learn that such _8_ of cause and effect are
probabilistic(可能的) in nature.That is,the effects occur more often when the
causes occur than when the causes are _9_, but not always.Thus,students learn
that studying hard _10_ good grades in most instances,but not every
time.Science makes these concepts of causality and probability more _11_ and
provides techniques for dealing _12_ then more accurately than does causal
human inquiry.In looking at ordinary human inquiry,we need to _13_ between
prediction and understanding.Often,even if we don't understand why,we are
willing to act _14_ the basis of a demonstrated predictive ability.
Whatever the primitive drives _15_ motivate human beings,satisfying them
depends heavily on the ability to _16_ future circumstances.The attempt to
predict is often played in a _17_ of knowledge and understanding.If you can
understand why certain regular patterns _18_,you can predict better than if
you simply observe those patterns.Thus,human inquiry aims _19_ answering
both "what" and "why" question,and we pursue these _20_ by observing and
figuring out.



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__1__1. [A]exhibit [B]exaggerate [C]examine [D]exceed
__2__2. [A]contexts [B]circumstances [C]inspections [D]intuitions
__3__3.[A]underestimate [B]undermine [C]undertake [D]undergo
__4__4. [A]specially [B]particularly [C]always [D]generally
__5__5. [A]somehow [B]somebody [C]someone [D]something
__6__6. [A]enact [B]affect [C]reflect [D]inflect
__7__7. [A]meeting [B]occurrence [C]encounter [D]contact
__8__8. [A]patterns [B]designs [C]arrangements[D]pictures
__9__9. [A]disappointde [B]absent [C]inadequate [D]absolute
__10__10.[A]creates [B]produces [C]loses [D]protects
__11__11.[A]obscure [B]indistinct [C]explicit [D]explosive
__12__12.[A]for [B]at [C]in [D]with
__13__13.[A]distinguish [B]distinct [C]distort [D]distract
__14__14.[A]at [B]on [C]to [D]under
__15__15.[A]why [B]how [C]that [D]where
__16__16.[A]predict [B]produce [C]pretend [D]precede
__17__17.[A]content [B]contact [C]contest [D]context
__18__18.[A]happen [B]occur [C]occupy [D]incur
__19__19.[A]at [B]on [C]to [D]beyond
__20__20.[A]purposes [B]ambitions [C]drives [D]goals


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When women do become managers, do they bring a different style and different skills to the job? Are they better, or worse, managers than men? Are women more highly motivated and __1__ than male managers?
Some research __2__ the idea that women bring different attitudes and skills to management jobs, such as greater __3__, an emphasis on affiliation and attachment, and a __4__ to bring emotional factors to bear __5__ making workplace decisions. These differences are __6_ to carry advantages for companies, __7__ they expand the range of techniques that can be used to __8__ the company manage its workforce __9__.
A study commissioned by the International Women's Forum __10__ a management style used by some women managers (and also by some men) that __11__ from the command-and-control style __12__ used by male managers. Using this "interactive leadership" approach, "women __13__ participation, share power and information, __14__ other people's self-worth, and get others excited about their work. All these __15__ reflect their belief that allowing __16__ to contribute and to feel __17__ and important is a win-win __18__-good for the employees and the organization." The study's director __19__ that "interactive leadership may emerge __20__ the management style of choice for many organizations."
(本篇为03.1真题).



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__1__1. A) confronted B) commanded C) confined D) committed
__2__2. A) supports B) argues C) opposes D) despises
__3__3. A) combination B) cooperativeness C) coherence D) correlation
__4__4. A) willingness B) loyalty C) sensitivity D) virtue
__5__5. A) by B) in C) at D) with
__6__6. A) disclosed B) watched C) revised D) seen
__7__7. A) therefore B) whereas C) because D) nonetheless
__8__8. A) help B) enable C) support D) direct
__9__9. A) evidently B) precisely C) aggressively D) effectively
__10__10. A) developed B) invented C) discovered D) located
__11__11. A) derives B) differs C) descends D) detaches
__12__12. A) inherently B) traditionally C) conditionally D) occasionally
__13__13. A) encourage B) dismiss C) disapprove D) engage
__14__14. A) enhance B) enlarge C) ignore D) degrade
__15__15. A) themes B) subjects C) researches D) things
__16__16. A) managers B) women C) employees D) males
__17__17. A) faithful B) powerful C) skillful D) thoughtful
__18__18. A) situation B) status C) circumstance D) position
__19__19. A) predicted B) proclaimed C) defied D) diagnosed
__20__20. A) into B) from C) as D) for


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