[ 单选题] {MP3:http://wximg.233.com/attached/media/20161228/20161228094342_6026.mp3}Part Ⅱ Listening Comprehension(25 minutes) {TSE}Section A Directions:In this section,you will hear two long conversations.At the end of each conversation,you will hear four questions.Both the conversation and the questions will be spoken only once.drier you hear a question,you must choose the best answer from the four choices marked A ,B ,C and D .Then mark the corresponding letter on Answer Sheet l with a single line through the centre. {TS}Questions 1 to 4 are based on the conversation you have just heard.


解题思路:听力原文: M:[1] So how long have you been a Market Research Consultant? W:Well.I started straight after finishing university. M:Did you study market research? W:Yeah.and it really helped me to get into the industry,but I have to say that it’s more important to get experience in different types of market re’ search to find out exactly what you’re interested in. M:So what are you interested in? W:[2]Well,at the moment,I specialize in quantitative advertising research,which means that I do two types of projects.[3]Trackers,which are ongoing projects that look at trends or customer satisfaction over a long period of time.The only problem with trackers is that it takes up a lot of your time.But you do build up a good relationship with the client.I also do a couple of ad—hoc jobs which are much shorter projects. M:What exactly do you mean by ad-hoc jobs? W:It’s basically when companies need quick answers to their questions about their consumers’ habits.They just ask for one questionnaire to be sent out for example,so the time you spend on an ad-hoc project tends to be fairly short. M:Which do you prefer,trackers or ad-hoc? W:I like doing both and in fact I need to do both at the same time to keep me from going crazy.I need the variety.  M:Can you just explain what process you go through with a new client? W:Well.together we decide on the methodology and the objectives of the research.I then design a questionnaire.Once the interviewers have been briefed.I send the client a schedule and then they get back to me with deadlines.Once the final charts and tables are ready.I have to check them and organize a presentation. M:Hmm,one last question,[4]what do you like and dislike about your job? W:As I said,variety is important and [4]as for what I don:t like.“has to be the checking of charts and tables. Q:What position does the woman hold in the company? 【解析】D。对话开头男士就问女士已经做了多长时间的市场研究顾问,下面的谈话也是围绕该问题展开。由此可知,女士的职位是市场研究顾问。D是对话中原词的复现。对话双方的身份通常可以从开头的寒暄或问答内容中知晓。

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[ 单选题] {TSE}Directions:In this section.you will hear two passages.At the end of each passage,you will hear three or four questions.Both the passage and the questions will be spoken only once.After you hear a question,you must choose the best answer from the four choices marked A ,B ,C and D .Then mark the corresponding fetter on Answer Sheet 1 with a single line through the centre. {TS}Questions 9 to 11 are based on the passage you have just heard.


解题思路:【解析】B。短文中提到,最近一项由国际劳工组织发布的报告称,全球实际工资的恶化让我们对经济复苏的真实程度表示怀疑,特别是如果政府的援助计划过早结束。由此可知,这份报告的主要内容是谈论全球实际工资恶化的状况。B是对短文中the deterioration of real wages around the world的同义转述。

[ 单选题] Questions 12 to 15 are based on the passage you have just heard.


解题思路:听力原文: [12]Is there really a magic memory pill or a herbal recall remedy?I have been frequently asked if these memory supplements work.You know,one of the first things I like to tell people when they ask me about the supplements,is that a lot of them are promoted as a cure for your memory.But your memory doesn’t need a cure.What your memory needs is a good work—out.So really those supplements aren’t going to give you that perfect memory in the way that they promise.[13]The other thing is that a lot of these supplements aren't necessarily what they claim to be.and You really have to be wary when you take any of them.The science isn't there behind most of them.They’re not really well—regulated unless they adhere to some industry standard.You don’t really know that what they say is in there,isn’t there.What you must understand is that those supplements,especially in some eastern cultures,are part of a medical practice tradition.People don’t just go in a local grocery store and buy these supplements.[14]In fact,they are prescribed and they’re given at a certain level a dosage that is understood by a practitioner who's been trained.And that’s not really the way they’re used in this country.The other thing people do forget is that these are medicines,so they do have an impact.[15]A lot of times people are not really aware of the impact they have,or the fact that taking them in combination with other medications might put you at increased risk for something that you wouldn’t otherwise being countering or be at risk for. 【解析】A。短文一开始就提到,经常有人问说话者那些记忆补充剂是否有效,即前文提到的神奇的记忆药片或是用草药召唤记忆的疗法。A是对该问题的总结

[ 单选题] {TSE}Section C Directions:In this section.you will hear three recordings of lectures or talks followed by three or four questions.The recordings will be played only once.After you hear a question,you must choose the best answer from the four choices marked A ,B ,C and D .Then mark the corresponding letter on Answer Sheet 1 with a single line through the centre. {TS}Questions 16 to 18 are based on the recording you have just heard.


解题思路:听力原文: [16] The negative impacts of natural disasters can be seen everywhere.In just the past few weeks,the world has witnessed the destructive powers of earthquakes in Indonesia,typhoons in the Philippines.and the destructive sea waves that struck Samoa and neighboring islands. A study by the Center for Research on the Epidemiology of Disasters finds that,between 1980 and 2007.nearly 8400 natural disasters killed more than two million people.These catastrophic events caused more than$1.5 trillion in economic losses. U.N.weather expert Geoffrey Love says that is the bad news.“Over the last 50 years.Economic losses have increased by a factor of 50.That sounds pretty terrible.but the loss of life has decreased by a factor of 10 simply because we are getting better at warning people.We are making a difference.Extreme events,however,will continue to occur.But.the message is that they may not be disasters.” Love.who is director of Weather and Disaster Risk Reduction at the World Meteorological Organization,says most of the deaths and economic losses were caused by weather,climate,or water related extremes.These include droughts floods,windstorms,strong tropical winds and  wildfires.  He says extreme events will continue.[17] But.he says extreme events become disasters only when people fail to prepare for them. “Many of the remedies are well—known.From a planning perspective,it’s pretty simple.Build better buildings.Don’t build where the hazards will destroy them.From an early-warning perspective,make sure the warnings go right down to the community level.Build community action plans.” [18] The World Meteorological Organization points to Cuba and Bangladesh as examples of countries that have successfully reduced the loss of life caused by natural disasters by taking preventive action. It says tropical storms formerly claimed dozens,if not hundreds of lives.each year,in Cuba.But,the development of an early。Warning system has reversed that trend。In 2008,Cuba was hit by five successive hurricanes.but only seven people were killed. Bangladesh also has achieved substantial results.Major storm surges in1970and 1991 caused the deaths of about 440.000 people.Through careful preparation.the death toll from a super tropical storm in November 2007 was less than 3500. Q:What is the talk mainly about? 【解析】D。短文一开始就提到,自然灾害带来的负面影响随处可见,接下来通过数据和案例介绍提出一些防范措施。D是对整个录音内容的高度总结。

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