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                                   第 I 卷(选择题     共  85 分)

第一部分     听力(共两节,满分         20 分)

第一节    (共   5 小题;每小题     1 分,满分    5 分)

    听下面    5 段对话。每段对话后有一个小题,从题中所给的                   A、B、C    三个选项中选出最佳选项,并标在

试卷的相应位置。听完每段对话后,你都有                   10 秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅读下一小题。每段对话仅读

一遍。

1. What will the woman probably do next?

  A. Hike down the hill

  B. Take out her cell phone

  C. Take a picture with her camera

2. Where does the conversation take place?

  A. On the telephone     B. In a hospital      C. At a beach

3. What is the man doing?

  A. Asking for advice     B. Giving directions    C. Asking for directions

4. Where does the smell come from?

  A. The garbage    B. The cat.    C. A deal animal

5. What does the woman mean?

  A. The man isn’t able to do the puzzle

  B. She can’t stand by the man anymore

  C. She will not be able to solve the puzzle

第二节 (共     15 小题;每小题      1 分,满分   15 分)

   听下面   5 段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题,从题中所给的                          A、B、C   三个选项中选出最佳选

项,并标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对话或独白前,你将有时间阅读各个小题,每小题                                     5 秒钟;听完后,各

小题将给出      5 秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。

听第   6 段材料,回答第      6、7  题。

6. What will the woman do tomorrow?

  A. Leave for the U.S. by air

  B. Go to a concert with the man
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  C. Pick up her friend from the airport

7. What can we learn from the conversation?

  A. Professor Smith has bought the tickets

  B. The woman will go to the airport without the man

  C. The woman has canceled her appointment tonight

听第   7 段材料,回答第      8、9  题。

8. What did the man find out from his special socks?

  A. He needs to run faster

  B. He isn’t ready to run race

  C. He wasn’t running in the right position

9. Which competition has the man already participated in?

  A. A marathon     B. A half marathon    C. A quarter marathon

听第   8 段材料,回答第      10 至 12 题。

10. What kind of ring will the man buy?

   A. One with a thick gold band    B. One with a red stone    C. One made of silver

11. Who is helping the man?

   A. A store employee    B. His friend    C. His father

12. What will the man do next?

   A. Buy the ring      B. Look at a different ring    C. Take a picture of the ring

听第   9 段材料,回答第      13 至 16 题。

13. Which country did the woman visit?

   A. Spain     B. Ireland     C. England

14. How long was the woman abroad?

   A. For a few years    B. For six months     C. Just under half a year

15. Why didn’t the man travel to Brazil?

   A. His trip was canceled

   B. He couldn’t get the time off work

   C. He ran out of money

16. What will the man do next?

   A. Get a job     B. Find a place to live     C. Introduce the woman to a friend
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听第   10 段材料,回答第      17 至 20 题。

17. Who is Jessica?

   A. The Helpline officer     B. A university tour guide   C. The Student Union President

18. What will the speaker hand out?

   A. Her business cards    B. Guide brochures     C. Maps

19. What are the hours of the Student Welfare Office?

   A. 9:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m. on weekdays

   B. 9:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m. on Saturdays

   C. 10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. on Saturdays

20. What should visitors do during busy times?

   A. Wait in a line

   B. Add their name to the waiting list

   C. Ask the speaker to call them back

第二部分:英语基础知识运用(共两节,满分                    35 分)

第一节:单项填空(共          15 小题;每小题      1 分,满分    15 分)

请认真阅读下面各题,从题中所给的                A、B、C、D、四个选项中,选出最佳选项。

21. The unemployment rate has continued to drop in this city thanks to the efforts of the local government to 

control_______

   A. one     B. it     C. that     D. the one

22. Wu Yishu, a 16-year-old students at the High School Affiliated to Fudan University in Shanghai, has won a 

televised Chinese poetry competition winning fans over with her _____ knowledge of the country’s ancient culture 

and works.

   A. keen     B. conservative     C. sensitive     D. allergic

23. Disappointments, ______ properly handled, can result in depression and lack of concern

   A. until     B. once     C. unless     D. whether

24. John Logie Baird constructed the first colour TV in 1928, but it was in 1938 that people believe that the first 

colour TV program was broadcast, _____?

   A. was it     B. do they     C. wasn’t it     D. didn’t he

25. Men are more suited to occupational environments ______ require decisive action while women are better at jobs 

_____ a considered approach is most important.
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   A. which; that     B. /; when

   C. which; when    D. that; where

26. We do not_____ between our workers on the basis of their background or ethnic origin

   A. drill       B. differentiate     C. determine     D. deposit

27. A video of Donald Trump’s granddaughter _____ ancient Chinese poems was shared on China’s social media 

_____ his presidential victory

   A. reciting; following      B. to recite, followed

   C. reciting, followed       D. to recite, following

28. When explaining how the digital camera works, the salesman uses clear English_____ technical language.

   A. in response to     B. on account of

   C. on behalf of      D. in preference to

29. Men are equally as good as women at taking care of others; better _____. Male nurses can be a great help in 

keeping patients still when they are receiving painful treatment

   A. yet     B. much     C. enough    D. even

30. Louis had been working all night and ____ exhausted when I met him in the morning

   A. had looked     B. would look    C. looked    D. was looking

31. Nowadays the doctors are trying their best to reduce the public panic ____ they would be affected by the present 

disease called “MERS”

   A. whether     B. what    C. that    D. which

32. ---How is the smog control going on in our capital city?

   ---It couldn’t be worse. You _____ believe Beijing upgraded the smog alert from yellow to orange and then red 

again yesterday

   A. needn’t     B. mustn’t     C. shouldn’t     D. won’t

33. ---Do you know why a liar like Jack can fool so many people?

   ---Oh, _____.

   A. You said it      B. I don’t buy it

   C. It beats me      D. You can say that again

34. Now that the war was over, they could _____ the threads of their life again

   A. pick up     B. take up     C. make up     D. look up

35. ---One of the best temporary cures for pride and affection is seasickness
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   ----That’s exactly the case! A man who wants to throw up never_____

   A. has green fingers     B. puts on airs

   C. feels blue           D. talks horse

第二节    完形填空(共      20 小题;每小题      1 分,满分    20 分)

请认真阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的                   A、B、C   和  D 四个选项中,选出最佳选项。

   Kathrine Switzer, now 70, repeated the 26.2-mile journey in this year’s Boston Marathon. When Switzer because 

the first woman to enter the Boston Marathon with a  36  , in 1967, she knew she’d be chasing history. She didn’t 

expect to be driven off the  37  .

   At the time, women weren’t allowed  38  entry into the race. To be accepted, Switzer  39  with her initials as 

“K. V. Switzer.” On race day, though, she  40  her femininity proudly. In lipstick and earrings, she took her place 

at the starting line.

   Switzer was at mile two  41  race manager John “Jock” Semple, angered by a woman  42  into the male-only 

marathon, ran up and tried to  43  her off the course, yelling, “Get the hell out of my race!” However,  44  her 

boyfriend knocking Semple back, she fended off the official and finished in four hours and twenty minutes.

   To   45  the 50th anniversary of her barrier-breaking run, Switzer repeated the journey, wearing the number 261, 

the same one the official tried  46  it from her 50 years ago. In her honor, the Boston Marathon will  47  the 

number in future races.

   Switzer has 39 marathons under her  48  , including coming in first in New York in 1974 and running in the 

Olympics in 1984. The last time she finished one in Boston was in 1976, two years after successfully  49  to let 

women publicly enter it.

   Her bib number might not  50  in the Boston Marathon again, but Switzer’s movement goes  51  letting 

women  enter that race. Founding a nonprofit international women’s running club, Switzer chose the name 261 

Fearless, appealing  52  for female participation in the sport.

   “My goal is to  53  women in places right now where they’re not allowed to leave the house alone, drive a car 

or get a  54  .” Switzer told CBS Boston. “ If running can give them a sense of strength, where they are no longer  

__55   and vulnerable, that’s what I hope it can do.” Of her legacy, Switzer said it came as no surprise that women 

continued to embrace the “sense of empowerment” that came from running. “ But we have a long way to go.” She 

said.

36. A. identity      B. fame           C. number           D. privilege

37. A. event        B. course          C. application      D. track
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38. A official      B. professional    C. personal         D. national

39. A. signed       B. registered      C. attended         D. equipped

40. A. provided     B. discovered      C. concealed        D. exhibited

41. A. since        B. after           C. before           D. when

42. A. hiding       B. sneaking        C. marching         D. rising

43. A. take         B. drop            C. break            D. chase

44. A. with         B. for             C. since            D. as

45. A. label        B. observe         C. mark             D. congratulate

46. A. tearing      B. handing         C. grasping         D. possessing

47. A. run out      B. give out        C. check out        D. leave out

48. A. belt         B. name            C. control          D. credit

49. A. urging       B. persuading      C. campaigning      D. bothering

50. A. come up      B. turn up         C. bring up         D. hang up

51. A. off          B. beyond          C. alongside        D. without

52. A. passively    B. inclusively     C. extensively      D. decisively

53. A. reach        B. convince        C. wake             D. prepare

54. A. inspiration    B. permit        C. diploma          D. grant

55. housewives      B. breadwinners    C. servants         D. Victims

第三部分     阅读理解(共      15 小题;每小题      2 分,满分    30 分)

   请认真阅读下列短文,从短文后各题所给的                   A、B、C、D     四个选项中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将

   该项涂黑。

                                              A

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This unbeatable program fee includes:

  ●return flight from Sydney to Los Angeles(onward travel in USA not included).

  ●3 months’ insurance cover
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  ●2 nights’ accommodation on arrival plus meet and greet and airport transfer.

  ●arrival orientation by experienced InterExchange staff

  ●visa application fees

You also have:

  ●access to a J 1 visa enabling you to work in the USA

  ●an extensive directory of employers

  ●InterExchange support throughout the program

  ●24-hour emergency support throughout the length of the program

Call toll-free 1800 678 738

WHAT IS INTEREXCHAGE?

InterExchange, one of the world’s leading operators of international exchange programs and related services:

  ●is a non-profit, non-governmental organization

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  ●was founded in 1947

   InterExchange operates these programs for students all around the world. It offers you trained and travelled staff, 

plus full support during the application process. You canchooseany job that interests you anywhere in the USA, 

whether that is working in a law firm in Boston, a famous ski resort in Colorado or serving coffee and doughnuts in 

the buzzing streets of New York. You can select the period you work and the period you travel; you may want to 

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56. A participant in the program can____.

   A. have free flights           B. stay at the airport hotel

   C. apply for a USA work visa   D. get financial support in case of emergency

57. Which of the following statement is TRUE?
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   A. InterExchange is part of a governmental program

   B. The program is targeted at the Australian students

   C. An upper age limit is set for applicants

   D. There is no restriction on the type of job you can do.

                                              B

   The summer Museum in Philadelphia houses one exhibit near the entrance that inspires unmatchable awe. Look 

closely at the display, and you can see marks left by museum goers pressing their foreheads against the glass.

   The object that fascinates them is a small wooden box containing 46 microscope slides, each displaying a slice of 

Albert Einstein’s brain. A magnifying glass positioned over one of the slides reveals a piece of tissue about the size 

of a stamp. Einstein’s brain represents potential, the ability of one exceptional mind, one genius, to catapult ahead of 

everyone else.

   Throughout history rare individuals have stood out for their meteoric contributions to a field. Lady Murasaki for 

her literary creation. Michelangelo for his masterful touch. Marie Curie for her scientific acuity. “The genius,” wrote 

German philosopher Arthur Schopenhauer, “lights on his age like a comet into the paths of the planets.” Consider 

Einstein’s impact on physics. With no tools available other than the force of his own thoughts, he predicted in his 

general theory of relativity that massive accelerating objects---like black holes orbiting each other—would create 

ripples(波纹)in the fabric of space-time. It took one hundred years, enormous computational power, and massively 

sophisticated technology to definitively prove him right, with the physical detection of such gravitational waves less 

than two years ago.

   Einstein revolutionized our understanding of the very laws of the universe. But our understanding of how a mind 

like his works remains stubbornly stagnant. What set his brainpower, his thought processes, apart from those of his 

merely brilliant peers? What makes a genius?

   Philosohers have long been puzzling over the origins of genius. Early Greek thinkers believed an overabundance 

of black bile—one of proposed by Hippocrates—endowed poets, philosophers, and other famous souls with 

“extraordinary powers,” says historian Darrin McMahon, author of Divine Fury: A History of Genius. 

Phrenologists(骨相学家)attempted to find genius in bumps on the head; they collected skulls—including philosopher 

Immanuel Kant’s—which they examined, measured, and weighed.

    None of them discovered a single source of genius, and such a thing is unlikely to be found. Genius is too 

abstract, too subjective, too wedded to the verdict of history to be easily identified. And it requires the ultimate 

expression of too many features to be simplified into the highest point on one human scale. Instead we can try to 
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understand it by cracking the complex and mixed qualities—intelligence, creativity, perseverance, and simple good 

fortune, to name a few—that combine to create a person capable of changing the world.

58. Why does the author talk about the “marks” in paragraph ONE?

   A. He is unsatisfied with the untidy environment of the museum

   B. He is angry about the disrespect to the exhibit

   C. He is about a explain the exhibit’s popularity

   D. He is amazed at the huge population visiting the museum

59. What can be inferred from Paragraph?

   A. It took Einstein years to prove the existence of gravitational waves.

   B. Arthur Schopenhauer was widely acknowledged as a genius in history

   C. Einstein made incredible prediction despite lack of sources

   D. Geniuses have limited influences just as comets do

60. What is the author most likely to talk about after this passage?

   A. Examples of geniuses who possess such qualities

   B. Importance of such qualities in becoming a genius

   C. Ways to combine qualities with good fortune

   D. Means to make a genius

                                   C

   The 21st century brought in what was supposed to be paperless living. The data of our 

lives was to be recorded in digital clouds. We were told to click the option for paperless 

statements, unsubscribe to unwanted catalogues and keep a shredder(碎纸机)nearby at all 

times.

   So how are we doing?

   “We have a bigger need for paper management than before because we have more access to information than ever 

before,” says Chris Plantan, creative director for Russell & Hazel, maker of stylish office accessories. Plantan says 

there are lots of files and lots of piles out there.

   For many, organizing papers is another chore that inspires procrastination. You don’t need to be a regular viewer 

of the A&E cable program “Hoarders” to know that many of us stash our papers in shopping bags instead of filing 

cabinets. Filing doesn’t make it onto the to-do lists of many over-scheduled people these days.
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   “It ranks at the bottom of the list, along with having a tooth pulled,” says Melissa Sorensen, a professional 

organizer based in Woodbridge. “People arerestricted by fear, worried about what will happen if they throw 

something out,” Sorensen says. “Eighty-five percent of the things you file, you never retrieve again.”

    Those who do have files often suffer from another issue: figuring out where they put stuff. 

    Holly Bohn founded See Jane Work, an online source for creative office products, to make the task of staying 

organized a bit more fun. “Despite technological advances, paper management is a problem because we are 

bombarded by paper. Our lives are so busy and complex we can’t make decisions.” She believes each person has to 

create her own system to accommodate both boring paperwork and sentimental mementos. Her products, targeted at 

multi-tasking women, offer a bit of charm.

     Solutions don’t have to start with a clumsy metal filing cabinet. Some people are stackers and save things in 

fabric-covered stackable boxes. Color-coded binders and colorful plastic trays are also recommended to classify 

different things.

    Will virtual living eventually mean the death of filing? “People who have cookbooks still like to pull out recipes 

and save them,” says Kim Oser, a Gaithersburg professional organizer, “just like people who love their GPS still like 

looking at a map. In our lifetime, we will still have paper and still have filing. One hundred years fron now? who 

knows?”

61. Chris Plantan probably agrees that__________.

   A. paperless living will never be realized

   B. reality is running counter to paperless living

   C. technology proves the necessity of paper management

   D. file processing becomes impossible in the digital age

62. Which best illustrates the program “Hoarders” mentioned in Paragraph4?

   A. Man cannot live without paper

   B. TV viewers are good at filling papers

   C. People often leave their papers disorganized

   D. Paperless living is advocated by many people

63. Who is most likely to hold that most of the files should be thrown out?

   A. Kim Oser        B. Holly Bohn      C. Chris Plantan        D. Melissa Sorensen

64. What might be the best title for this passage?

   A. Paper management          B. Office transformation
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     C. Storing files            D. Going paperless

                                              D

    No one disagrees with the economic necessity of geographically extending a product. Not only does it increase 

turnover(营业额)but also it makes economies of scale possible, thus giving companies a competitive advantage in 

local markets. But how far do we push the global idea? Should we globalize all aspects of a brand: its name, its 

creative concept and the product itself?

    Global branding suggests the wish to extend all three aspects throughout the world. Rarely, though, is it realistic 

and profitable to extend all of them. The Mars brand, for instance, is not absolutely global. The Mars chocolate bar is 

sold as an all-round nutritious snack in the UK and as an energizer in other European regions(different concepts and 

positioning for the same physical product). Nestle adapts the taste of its worldwide brands to local Market. The 

Nescafe(配方)vary worldwide.

    Nowhere is globalization more desirable than in sectors that centre on mobility, such as car rental and airline 

industries. When a brand in these sectors is seen as being international, its authority and expertise are automatically 

accepted. Companies such as Hertz, Avis and Europcar globalized their advertising campaigns by portraying typical 

images such as a busy executive(主管). An Italian businessman will identify more with a hurried businessman who is 

not Italian than with an Italian who is not a businessman.

    The main aim of such global marketing campaigns is not to increase sales but to maximize profitability. For 

example, instead of bringing out different TV advertisements for each country, a firm can use a single film for one 

region. The McCann-Erikson agency is proud of the fact that it has saved Coca-Cola $90 million over the past 20 

years by producing commercials with global appeal.

    Social and cultural developments provide a favorable platform for globalization. In an effort to stand out from 

others, young people seek new models on which to build their identity. They are then open to influence from abroad. 

When drinking Coca-Cola, we all drink the American myth-fresh, young, dynamic, powerful, all-American images. 

Nike tells young people everywhere to surpass themselves, to transcend the confines of their race and culture.

    Globalization is also made easier when a brand is built around a cultural stereotype(固有印象). AEG, BOSCH, 

Siemens, Mercedes and BMW rest secure on the “Made in Germany” model, which opens up the global market since 

the stereotype goes beyond national boundaries.

    People everywhere associate the stereotype with outstanding performance. Barilla is another example: it is built 

on the classic Italian image of tomato sauce, pasta, a carefree way of life, songs and sun. IKEA furniture 

epitomizes(成为的典范)Sweden. Lancome expresses the elegance of the French woman.
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    Certain organization factors ease the shift to a global brand. American firms, for instance, are naturally geared 

towards globalization because marketing in their huge domestic market already treats America as a single entity 

despite its social and cultural differences.

    Another organizational factor concerns the way US companies first expanded in Europe. Many set up European 

headquarters, usually based in Brussels or London. From early on Europe was considered a single and 

homogeneous(同性质的)area.

    Finally, a single center of production is also a great advantage. Procter & Gamble centralizes European 

production of detergents(洗涤剂)in its Amiens factory. This maximizes product standardization and enables 

innovations to spread to all countries at once, thus giving the company a competitive advantage over local rivals and 

ensuring the continued growth and success of the brand.

65. By mentioning the cases of Mars and Nestle, the author suggests that___________

   A. extending products worldwide is of great importance to every company

   B. a global brand may not be really global in every aspect

   C. an effective marketing strategy is more important than a global brand

   D. the Mars and Nestle brands compete fiercely against each other in the global market

66. Which of the following statements is NOT true according to the passage?

   A. Car rental and airline industries need globalization the most

   B. The aim of advertising campaigns conducted for a specific region is mainly to maximize profitability

   C. The young are influenced greatly by globalization

   D. Germany may be better adapted to globalization

67. According to the passage, which of the following may promote global branding?

   A. A company’s investment in advertising campaigns.

   B. The innovative concepts of the products

   C. Social and cultural developments as well as cultural stereotypes

   D. The cooperation among companies all over the world

68. The underlined phrase “geared towards” in Paragraph 8 is closest in meaning to “________”.

   A. suitable for         B. good at    C. designed for       D. adopted as

69. What’s the author’s attitude towards global branding?

   A. Favorable              B. Worried         C. Cautious         D. Doubtful

70. What does the passage mainly discuss?
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   A. The world-famous companies and their global marketing campaigns

   B. Global branding and is contributive factors

   C. Great changes in the global market

   D. Globalization and its possible influence on the global market

                                 第 II 卷(非选择题,共       35 分)

第四部分:任务型阅读(共            10 小题;每小题      1 分,满分    10 分)

  请认真阅读下面短文,并根据所读内容在文章后表格中的空格里填入一个最恰当的单词。注意:每个空格

只填   1 个单词。

  It’s often heard that love is sharp and hate is sharper, but jealousy(妒忌)is the sharpest as it’s love and hate at the 

same time. It’s an emotion which creates negativity, and feelings of fear, anxiety, and insecurity. Jealousy is an ugly 

green monster which preys on each one of us at different points of our lives. Jealousy is defined as a protective 

reaction to an imagined threat to a valued relationship, arising from a situation in which the partner’s involvement in 

an activity of with another person is contrary to the jealous person’s definition of their relationship.

   Jealousy is an imperfect blend of sadness, anger, disgust, and resentment. It has destroyed many perfect 

relationships and caused huge emotional distress to the jealous person as well as his family or friends. Extreme cases 

of jealousy have even been a cause for murders and suicides. Jealousy is one of the most common human emotions 

and is experienced by either gender. It is not culture specific and shows its presence from the age of 6 months onward.

  There are several main common types of jealousy. One of them is workplace jealousy, which is a commonly 

observed jealousy occurring between colleagues in a workplace. It’s often known to turn up when 

there is a lack of appreciation for the work and efforts made by an employee. Often, there is a 

general feeling of jealousy between colleagues with similar job profiles, when only one of them 

gets promoted, or gets a pay raise. This creates a feeling of disappointment and jealousy in the heart of an employee.

  Another common  type is platonic jealousy. This type of jealousy is often mistaken as 

romantic, but one must remember that there is a thin line of difference between the two. This 

jealousy can most commonly be seen in friendships, when one fears losing a friend to a more 

interesting or friendly person. The emotional attachment with your own friend is so much that you can’t imagine 

them with someone else. Platonic jealousy was aptly shown in the popular comic books called Archie where both 

Betty and Veronica try to vie Archie.

   Sibling(兄弟姐妹)jealousy, commonly  seen in families across the world, is also one 

common type of jealousy. There is a general sense of competition amongst children to be their 
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parent’s favorite child. There is a display of jealousy on arrival of a new sibling, on being made to share favorite toys, 

clothes, or other facilities, on being showered lesser attention, and experiencing lesser love than siblings, on 

experiencing a negative comparison made between siblings by parents or even when a sibling is smarter or more 

talented that another.

   Jealousy isn’t a good thing; fortunately, it’s possible to gradually deal with it. This requires initiative(主动性)and 

full support from the person facing the problem as well as his loved ones. The person himself shouldn’t deny the 

existence of such a problem. As to siblingjealousy, Parents are advised to deal with this problem in a positive way as 

soon as it is detected, else sibling rivalry can have some serious effects and cause a lifelong rift and tension between 

siblings. When dealing with workplace jealousy, you should be professional, approach your seniors and demand a 

recheck of your assessment. Nowadays, organizations are being forced to apply scientific methods of evaluation 

systems so as to create faimess in assessment. The methods applied have helped justify the assessment results and 

reduce jealousy between colleagues.

   So why  get annoyed about your fate and get jealous of others? Love yourself and be assured about your 

capabilities. Give life your best shot and before your know it, things will start falling in place.

                                           Jealousy

                       ◆Jealousy refers to mixed emotions of anxiety and insecurity.

                       ◆People feel jealous with the purpose of (72)____________themselves when they 

 General(71)___________ feel(73)__________by another person.

                       ◆Jealousy can get a perfect relationship (74)___________and result in negative 

                       emotions.

                                              Workplace  jealousy occurs when  colleagues get 

                          Workplace jealousy  (75)___________levels of appreciation for their work and 

                                              efforts.

                                              A   person  is jealous of  another person  who 
    Common types of 
                           Platonic jealousy  will(76)______him/her as a friend of his emotionally 
        jealousy
                                              attached one.

                                              Sibling jealousy occurs when you share your things with 

                            Sibling jealousy  your siblings(77)___________, receive lesser attention 

                                              than them or are compared negatively with them.
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         Tips          ◆(79)_____________the jealousy and then take action to control it.

 on(78)________jealousy ◆Make (80)________assessment to reduce jealousy between colleagues.

第五部分:书面表达(满分            25 分)

请阅读下面短文和表格,并按照要求用英语写一篇                      150 词左右的文章。

1. In its early years, Facebook consisted entirely of college students. In 2005, despite much protest(异议), the founder 

Mark Zuckerberg decided to open Facebook to high school students. The strategy change has worked. Facebook has 

become the most popular online social networking service.


2. Blockbuster, a video-rental chain, survived the transition from VHS to DVD just fine—but then failed to adapt to 

the next big change. Blockbuster remained flat-footed(无准备的)when Netflix started sending video through the mail 

and cable and phone companies started offering video-on-demand. The firm is now chasing its industry instead of 

leading it.


3. Data shows that initiatives with excellent change management are six                      

time more likely to meet objectives than those with poor change management. By simply moving from “poor” to 

“fair”, change management increases the likelihood of meeting objectives by the three fold. Change management, 

when applied effectively on a project, significantly increases the success rate of the effort.

[写作内容]

  1.用约    30 个单词概述上述信息的主要内容;

  2.结合上述信息,简要分析成功者与失败者对“改变”所持的态度;

  3.谈谈你对“改变”的认识(不少于两点)。

[写作要求]

  1.写作过程中不能直接引用原文语句;

  2.作文中不能出现真实姓名和学校名称;

  3.不必写标题。
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[评分标准]

  内容完整,语言规范,语篇连续,词数适当。
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          江苏省泰州中学               2017  学年高三第四次调研考试英语试题
                                        参考答案

一、听力

1-5BABCC     6-10BBCBB    11-15ACACA    16-20CACCB

二、单项选择

21-25BACCD     26-30BADAC    31-35CDCAB

三、完形填空

36-55CBABD     DBDAC    ADACB     BCACD

四、阅读理解

56-57DB     58-60CCB   61-64BCDA    65-70BDCAAB

五、任务型阅读

71. introduction     72. protecting    73. threatened    74. destroyed    75. Different

76. replace         77. unwillingly/reluctantly/passively    78. handing/tackling/approaching

79. Admit         80. fair/just

六、书面表达

   The descriptions and the graph show us that change is both a survival skill and s success skill. If you don’t change 

and move forward, you’ll be left behind.

   One of the largest gaps that exist between successful people and unsuccessful ones is how they respond to change. 

Successful people view it as an opportunity for growth. However, unsuccessful people tend to view change in a 

negative light. They struggle with fear, in this case an emotion based on the false belief that something bad of 

uncomfortable is going to result from change. This is the reason for their decision to stop change from happening 

entirely.

   I feel changing is one of the hardest things a person can do. With the world moving so fast and technology 

advancing faster than ever, we need to welcome what’s coming and adapt, rather than fear it, deny it or hide from it.
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