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2011.6.18 英语六级真题答案()

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The Certificate Craze

Almost no one in China has failed to notice the phenomenon that a growing number of people are enthusiastic about pursuing various kinds of certificates. Taking a look around, one can find numerous examples with ease. A common case in point is that students spend a great deal of time and energy attending a great variety of certificate-oriented training courses to ensure a better score。

The purpose of acquiring certificates varies from individuals to individuals. For students, as the job *rket competition is becoming increasingly fierce, not only can a certain certificate prove their capabilities, but also will put them in a favorable position in the employment *rket and the development of their career. When it comes to white-collared workers, more job-related certificates often guarantee greater opportunities for a salary raise and promotion. What’s more, it is also a ideal way to enhance their job techniques and sharpen their competitiveness。

From my perspective, the merits of pursuing certificates are self-evident. However, we should also bear in mind that it is the practical skills, such as *nagement, cooperation, communication, rather than certificates that guarantee one’s accomplishment in career. Accordingly, we might as well attach great importance to both certificates and the improvement of one’s comprehensive abilities。

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1. B: The low graduation rates of minority students。

2. D: Its increased enrollment of minority students。

3. D: It is going to lose its competitive edge in highereducation。

4. C: Fifteen percent。

5. B:they recruit the best students。

6. A:Universities are to blame。

7. B:They cannot afford the high tuition。

8. they are loss qualified。

9. preparatory courses。

10. be closed。

听力

11 C) She has not got the *n’s copies for her

12 B) She was late for the appointment

13 C) It won’t be easy for Mark to win the election

14 A) It failed to arrive at its destination in time

15 A) Just *ke use of whatever infor*tion is available

16 D) The wo*n isn’t qualified to take the course the *nmentioned

17 A) They are both to blame

18 A) They are in desperate need of financial assistance

19 C) We derive some humorous satisfaction from theirmisfortune

20 C) They don’t know how to cope with the situation

21 A) They themselves would like to do it but don’t dare to

22 C) To relieve her feelings

23 D) Bringing a handgun into Hong Kong

24 D) He is suspected of having

Kun*r’*ag

25 B) Find Alfred Foster

26 B) They think travel gives them their money’s worth

27 D) Launch a new program of adventure trips

28 B) The way people travel

29 B) The changing roles played by men and women

30 A) Offer more creative and practical ideas than men

31 C) To show that women are capable of doing what men do

32 B) Reporting criminal offenses in Greenville

33 D) It has fewer violent crimes than big cities

34 A) There are a wide range of cases

35 A) Write about something pleasant

In America, people are faced with more and more decisions everyday, whether it’s picking one of thirty-one ice cream(36)flavors, or deciding whether and when to get *rried.That sounds like a great thing, but as a recent study has shown,too *ny choices can *ke us (37)confused, unhappy, evenparalyzed with indecision. ‘That’s (38)particularly truewhen it comes to the work place’, says Barry Schwartz, an author ofsix books about hu*n (39)behavior. Students are graduatingwith a (40)variety of skills and interests, but often findthemselves (41)overwhelmed when it comes to choosing anulti*te career goal. In a study, Schwartz observed decision-*kingamong college students during their (42)senior year. Basedon answers to questions regarding their job hunting(43)strategies and career decisions, he divided the studentsinto two groups: *ximizers, who consider every possible option, andsatisficers, who look until they find an option that is goodenough. You might expect that the student (44)who had undertakenthe most exhausted search would be the most satisfied with theirfinal decision, but it turns out that’s not true. Schwartzfound that while *ximizers ended up with better-paying jobs thansatisficers on average, they weren’t as happy with their decision.The reason (45)why these people feel less satisfied is that aworld of possibilities *y also be a world of missedopportunities. When you look at every possible option, you tendto focus more on what was given up than what was gained. Aftersurveying every option, (46)a person is more acutely aware ofthe opportunities they had to turn down to pursue just onecareer。

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52.D: The general public thinks differently from mosteconomists on the impact of immigration。

53.B: They can get consumer goods at lowerprices。

54.C: They have a harder time getting a jobwith decent pay。

55 D: It *y place a great strain on the statebudget。

56.C: People are *king too big a fuss aboutsomething of s*ll impact。

57.A: Great diversity。

58.B: It will produce business leaders of a uniform style。

59.C: Attitude and approach to business。

60.C: Applicants from outside the traditional sectors。

61.D:It is shifting towards more collaborative models。

翻译

82. would rather stop to enjoy the beautifulscenery

83. neither chose to give

84. could have cured the cancer patient

85. so kind of you to have given me so muchhelp

86. before they got reunited

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