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2014年职称英语考试阅读模拟题及答案解析一(1)

2013-06-28 来源:读书人 
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  PART ONE Sample A

  Sample B

  Dear team members.

  I am writing to inform you that we are told to make an advertising campaign for the new products — video players. Taking the cost of the advertisement into account. I have chosen to advertise them on radio. I believe it would have a great success.

  Yours sincerely.

  Band 3

  All the content points have been addressed relatively clearly, and an attempt has been made to expand upon the prompts and avoid lifting language from the question paper. Some language errors occur, but these are relatively minor and do not obscure the message.

  PART TWO Sample C

  Sample D

  Report on staff recruitment

  As our company are developing several new products, the department of R&D urgently need new staff to help design and monitor our products. Thus we need to recruit 35 new staff, including electrical engineers, software engineers, network engineers and product developers. All of them should have at least 2 years' experience in relevant field. More specific requirement will finally be decided in a few days. As to recruitment methods, the disadvantage of relying on recruitment agency is that we need more time and procedure than we can afford. So I suggest we turn to a more direct way of Newspaper advertisement, which has been used many times and proved effective.

  Compare the two newspaper, Echo and Chronicle, we prefer the former because though it charges £500 more than the latter, the general readers are 400,000 more, most of whom are highly-educated. We're sure to get reply soon after we launch the recruitment campaign.

  Band 5

  All the content points are clearly covered and the report is easy to read, making use of a good range of expression, including linking devices and phrases. The use of language is ambitious for the level, and although there are some errors, these tend to be relatively minor and do not detract from the clear communication of the message.

  LISTENIING

  PART ONE

  1 SERVICE(S) 2 PACKING 3 DAMAGED 4 (AN) ENGINEER

  5 SECTOR BRIEFING 6 INVESTMENT NEWS

  7 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 8 CORPORATE REGISTER

  9 MANAGEMENT SCHOOL 10 INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS

  11 7.45 / 19.45 12 BOOK SIGNING

  Dyslexia

  As many as 20% of all children in the United States suffer from some form of the learning disorder called dyslexia.

  Experts on dyslexia say that the problem is not disease. They say that persons with dyslexia use information in a different way. One of the world's great thinkers and scientists, Albert Einstein was dyslexic. Einstein said that he never thought in words the way that most people do. He said that he thought in pictures instead. The American inventor Thomas Edison was also dyslexic. Dyslexia first was recognized in Europe and the United States more than 80 year ago. Many years passed before doctors discovered that persons with the disorder were not mentally slow or disabled. The doctors found that the brains of persons with dyslexia are different. In most people, the left side of the brain — the part that controls language — is larger than the right side. In persons with dyslexia, the right side of the brain is bigger. Doctors are not sure what causes this difference. However, research has shown that dyslexia is more common in males that in females, and it is found more often in persons who are left-handed. No one knows the cause of dyslexia, but some scientists believe that it may result from chemical changes in a baby's body long before it is born. They are trying to find ways to teach persons with dyslexia. Dyslexic persons think differently and need special kinds of teaching help. After they have solved their problems with language, they often show themselves to be especially intelligent or creative.

  1. One out of five American children suffers from dyslexia.

  A. Right B. Wrong C. Not mentioned

  2. Many great thinkers and scientists in the world are dyslexic.

  A. Right B. Wrong C. Not mentioned

  3. The first cases of dyslexia in Europe were discovered less than a century ago.

  A. Right B. Wrong C. Not mentioned

  4. The left side of the brain in a dyslexic person is bigger than the right side.

  A. Right B. Wrong C. Not mentioned

  5. Generally speaking, dyslexia is more common in left-handed males that in right-handed females.

  A. Right B. Wrong C. Not mentioned

  6. It is believed that dyslexia is related to the bad habits of a baby's mother.

  A. Right B. Wrong C. Not mentioned

  7. Dyslexic people often turn out to be intelligent or creative once they have learned to handle language properly.

  A. Right B. Wrong C. Not mentioned

  答案及详解:

  1.题目中的关键词是one out of five和American children. 根据顺序出题的特点,我们很快在原文第一段中找到答案,其中one out of是20%的同义改写,American children是all children in the United States的同义改写,因此该题的答案为A. Right。

  2.题目中的关键词great thinkers and scientists. 我们在第二段中找到答案所在句。但是通过对比我们发现,原文中的限制词是one of,而题目中却是many。再仔细阅读文中发现,文中仅提到爱因斯坦和爱迪生为读写困难症的患者,并未讲述除爱因斯坦和爱迪生以外的思想家和科学家的情况,因此该题的答案为C. Not Mentioned。


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