根据教育部考试中心综合查询网消息,2013年12月英语四级六级考试成绩证明办理开放时间为2014年6月1日。以下为成绩查询具体流程,有需要的同学可以提前了解一下。

  一、 办理范围

  仅办理2005年以后(含2005年)各次英语四级和六级、日语四级和六级、俄语四级和六级、德语四级和六级、法语四级考试成绩证明。(注:日语、俄语、德语和法语各级别考试仅对合格成绩证明出具成绩证明。)

  大学英语四、六级(网考)成绩证明以及口语考试成绩证明仍由全国大学英语四、六级考试委员会办公室办理,详情请访问全国大学英语四、六级考试委员会官方网站(www.cet.edu.cn)。

  二、 办理流程

  1. 请从主页面左边导航栏选择“CET成绩证明”。

  2. 首次使用需要注册,注册成功后的用户才能登录系统。

  3. 登录后选择考试时间、语种和级别;并输入准考证号、姓名和身份证号中的任意二项,完成后提交申请。

  4. 系统审核通过后,须正确、完整填写收件地址和收件人信息。

  5. 完成以上步骤并确认后,进行网上缴费。

  6. 缴费成功后方可视为办理完成,费用共计29元,其中制证、邮寄费用28元,银行收取手续费为1元。

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2013年12月大学英语六级考试真题(第1套)

Part I Writing  (30 minutes)

(请于正式开考后半小时内完成该部分,之后将进行听力考试)

Directions:For this part, you are allowed 30 minutes to write an essay on happiness by referring to the saying“Happiness is not the absence of problems, but the ability to deal with them.”You can cite examples to illustrate your point and then explain how you can develop your ability to deal with problems and be happy. You should write at least 150 words but no more than 200 words.

Part II  Listening Comprehension  (30 minutes)

Section A

Directions:In this section, you will hear 8 short conversations and 2 long conversations. At theend of each conversation, one or more questions will be asked about what was said. Both the conversation and the questions will be spoken only once. After each question there will be a pause. During the pause, you must read the four choices marked A), B), C) and D), and decide which is the best answer. Then mark the corresponding letter on Answer Sheet 1 with a single line through the centre.

注意:此部分试题请在答题卡1 上作答。

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  When you start talking about good and bad manners

  you immediately start meeting difficulties. Many people just

  cannot agree what they mean. We asked a lady, who replied that she

  thought you could tell a well-mannered person on the way they (71)

  occupied the space around them—for example, when such a

  person walks down a street he or she is constantly unaware of (72)

  others. Such people never bump into other people.

  However, a second person thought that this was more a

  question of civilized behavior as good manners. Instead, this (73)

  other person told us a story, it he said was quite well known, (74)

  about an American who had been invited to an Arab meal at (75)

  one of the countries of the Middle East. The American hasn’t (76)

  been told very much about the kind of food he might expect. If

  he had known about American food, he might have behaved (77)

  better.

  Immediately before him was a very flat piece of bread that

  looked, to him, very much as a napkin (餐巾) Picking it (78)

  up, he put it into his collar, so that it falls across his shirt. (79)

  His Arab host, who had been watching, said of nothing, but (80)

  immediately copied the action of his guest.

  And that, said this second person, was a fine example of good manners.

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  We are all naturally attracted to people with ideas,

  beliefs and interests like our own. Similarly, we feel comfortable

  with people with physical qualities similar as ours. (71)

  You may have noticed about how people who live or work (72)

  closely together come to behave in a similar way. Unconsciously we

  copy these we are close to or love or admire. So a sportsman’s (73)

        individual way of walking with raised shoulders is imitated by an admired (74)

  fan; a pair of lovers both shake their heads in the same way; an

  employer finds himself duplicating his boss’s habit of wagging (摆动) (75)

  a pen between his fingers while thinking.

  In every case, the influential person may consciously notice the (76)

  imitation but he will feel comfortably in its presence. And if he does (77)

  notice the matching of his gestures or movements, he finds it pleasing

  he is influencing people; they are drawn to them. (78)

  Sensitive people have been mirroring their friend and acquaintances (79)

  all their lives, and winning affection and respect in this way

  without aware of their methods. Now, for people who want to win (80)

  agreement or trust, affection or sympathy, some psychologists recommend

  the deliberate use of physical imitation.

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  A great many cities are experiencing difficulties which are

  nothing new in the history of cities, except in their scale.

  Some cities have lost their original purpose and have not found

  new one. And any large or rich city is going to attract poor (S1)

  immigrants, who flood in, filling with hopes of prosperity (S2)

  which are then often disappointing. There are backward towns

  on the edge of Bombay or Brasilia, just as though there were (S3)

  on the edge of seventeenth-century London or early

  nineteenth century Paris. This is new is in the scale. Descriptions (S4)

  written by eighteenth-century travelers of the poor of Mexico

  City, and the enormous contrasts that was to be found there, (S5)

  are very dissimilar to descriptions of Mexico City today—the (S6)

  poor can still be numbered in millions.

  The whole monstrous growth rests on economic

  prosperity, but behind it lies two myths: the myth of the city as a (S7)

  promised land, that attracts immigrants from rural poverty (S8)

  and brings it flooding into city centers, and the myth of the (S9)

  country as a Garden of Eden, which, a few generations late, (S10)

  sends them flooding out again to the suburbs.

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