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2012年12月六级仔细阅读部分试题

  考试采取“多题多卷”模式,试题顺序不统一,请依据试题进行核对。

  【选词填空】

  the Kids Live Well campaign——expected to be an restaurants must promise to offer at least one children no soft drinks and at least two 55 from the ole grains, lean proteins or low-fat dairy, Among that meets similar 56 , with fewer than 200

  分试题请在答题卡2上作答。

  adapt   I)Prefer

  available J)recommending

  begin   K)species

  concern  M)stop

  items   N)taking

  nationwide O)variety

  possible

  【深度阅读】

  Passage One

  Questions 57 to 61 are based on the following passage.

  News isn’t good: Unemployed than 9 percent, and new job growth has fallen close to zero. That’s bad for the economy. And it may be especially discouraging if you happen to be looking for a job or h careers right now. But it actually shouldn’t matter to you nearly as much as you

  That’s because job growth numbers don’t matter to job hunters as much as job 更替)data. After all, existing jobs open up every day due to promotions, resignation(解雇),and retirements. (Yes, people are retiring even in this economy.) In both bad, turnover creates more openings than economic growth does. Even in June of economy was still moving ahead, job growth was only 132,000, while turnover was

  And as it turns out, even today—with job growth near zero—over 4 million being hired every month.

  I don’t mean to imply that overall job growth doesn’t have an impact on one’s job. It’s true that if total employment were higher, it would mean more jobs for all from(and compete for). And it’s true that there are currently more people applying able job opening, regardless of whether it’s a new one or not.

  But what often distinguishes those who land jobs from those who don’t it’s the motivated. They’re willing to do the hard work of identifying their valuable skills about where and how to look; learn how to present themselves to potential employees going, even after repeated rejections. The Bureau of Labor Statistics data shows people who wanted and were available for work hadn’t looked within the last four no longer even classified as unemployed.

  So don’t let the headlines fool you into giving up. Four million people get hired the U.S. You can be one of them.

  注意:此部分试题请在答题卡2上作答。

  57. The author tends to believe that high unemployment rate_____.

  A) deprives many people of job opportunities

  B) prevents many people from changing careers

  C) should not stop people from looking for a job

  D) does not mean the U.S. economy is worsening

  58. Where do most job openings come from?

  A) Job growth.

  B) Job turnover.

  C) improved economy.

  D) Business expansion.

  59. What does the author say about overall job growth?

  A) It doesn’t have much effect on individual job seekers.

  B) It increases people’s confidence in the economy.

  C) It gives a ray of hope to the unemployed.

  D) It doesn’t mean greater job security for the employed.

  60. What is the key to landing a job according to the author?

  A) Education B) Intelligence C) Persistence D) Experience

  61.What do we learn from the passage about the unemployment figures in the U.S.?

  A) They clearly indicate how healthy the economy is.

  B) They provide the public with the latest information.

  C) They warn of the structural problems in the economy.

  D) They exclude those who have stopped looking for a job.

  Passage Two

  Questions 62 to 66 are based on the following passage.

  Our risk of cancer rises dramatically as we age. So it makes sense that the elderly should be routinely screened for new tumors-or doesn’t it?

  While such vigilant (警觉的) tracking of cancer is a good thing in general, researchers are increasingly questioning whether all of this testing is necessary for the elderly. With the percentage of people over age 65 expected to nearly double by 2050, it’s important to weigh the health benefits of screening against the risks and costs of routine testing.

  In many cases, screening can lead to surgeries to remove cancer, while the cancers themselves may be slow-growing and may not pose serious health problems in patients’ remaining years. But the message that everyone must screen for cancer has become so deep-rooted that when health care experts recommended that woman under 50 and over 74 stop screening for breast cancer, it caused riotous reaction among doctors, patients and advocacy groups.

  It’s hard to uproot deeply held beliefs about cancer screening with scientific data. Certainly, there are people over age 75 who have had cancers ——————————

  Chevy’s.

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