A Eat less.
B Do more exercise.
C Eat less and do more exercise.
D Change himself and be healthier.
A In an office.
B In a shop.
C In a restaurant.
D In a hospital.
A Alison fell in love with Jim.
B Jim fell in love with Alison.
C Jim wasted a lost of time.
D Jim wasted a lot of energy.
A Employer and employee.
B Teacher and student.
C Seller and customer.
D Interviewer and interviewe
A Go shopping.
B Stay at home.
C Watch TV.
D Go to be
A In the shopping district.
B In the largest building.
C In the bank.
D In the Honor Department Stor
A Dislike it.
B Like it.
C Hate it.
D We don't know.
A Birthday of the man's mother.
B Mother's Day.
C Mother's Day and the birthday of the man's mother.
D Mother's Day and the lady's birthday.
B Both A and Ｃ.
C Vitamin Ｃ.
Why did Jim's parents have a serious talk With him one year ago?
Because Jim had spent a lot of time on ______.
What did Jim want to have?
He wanted to have a ______.
How much money did Jim get from his parents this morning?
He got ______.
For what did Jim's parents give him money?
They gave him as a ______.
When did they give Jim money?
They gave Jim money ______ this morning.
Even after the speech was over, the audience ______ leave because they were so deeply moved.
After I ______ the work of the department, I was transferred to another one.
B. had learnt
C. would learn
D. was learning
Our new sales manager found out that ______ the job done is not as easy as it first appears.
When I entered the classroom, I found the students ______ the questions in groups.
A. to discuss
Please write your name in the ______ space at the top of the page.
Because Smith failed to show up for the job interview, he ______ the shortlist of applicants.
A. had been crossed off
B. was crossing off
C. has been crossed off
D. has been crossing off
If you happen to meet James in Vancouver, ______ the book to him.
B. you give
D. you would give
Even ______ Paul's brother lives in Brazil, he has never been there.
It will be up to the students to decide ______ the exact content of the college magazine will be.
Only later ______ his notebooks, which contained details of all his thefts.
A. they came across
B. did they come across
C. they had come across
D. had they come across
If you don't mind (wait) ______ for a few minutes, we can check our records for you.
After the flood, life in the region is (extreme) ______ difficult.
You are required to (fast) ______ the seatbelt when driving so as to protect yourself.
Rather than (break) ______ up his marriage, he told his wife everything.
I should (know) ______ it wouldn't be easy.
Settlers found a (plenty) ______ supply of fruit and game in the nearby forests.
There is a rapid increase in population in that country that has caused food (short) ______.
January 1st, 1997, is the historic date when Britain (join) ______ the Common Market.
Education is regarded as the key to (make) ______ progress.
When he arrived at the hospital, he asked worriedly who was (operate) ______ on.
Working at home in your nightclothes while saving hundreds of dollars may sound too good to be true, but it isn't. More and more employees are telecommuting, doing their job at home or another remote site.
"It's a trend that's here now and you're going to see a lot more telecommuting because people don't have to put up with commuting (来回上下班). They want more work / life balance, they want less stress in their lives and companies want to drive costs after their bottom lines," says John Edwards, President of the International Telework Association and Council.
However, Edwards says, "The biggest problem at the moment is dealing with middle management who is uncomfortable with management style focusing on results. They are used to the line of sight management style. But they have to change to more results-oriented management style which can often be slightly opposite, so they feel uncomfortable with that."
Edwards says telecommuting kills distance—and a lot of face to face meetings are replaced by teleconferences. "Distance does not exist anymore. It's the death of distance, if you like. So now it's possible to have more invisible teams so that the necessity to have the old bricks and walls existing is beginning to disappear.\
According to the writer, telecommuting refers to the way ______.
A people do all their work by telephone
B employees wear nightclothes while working
C people do their work outside companies
D employees communicate with each other
Which of the following is NOT the reason why telecommuting has become popular?
A It can balance employees' work and life.
B It can help save the cost for companies.
C It can reduce conflicts between employers and employers.
D It can kill the time spent in going to work from hom
According to John Edwards, management style in the new trend ______.
A focuses on sight management
B is opposite to employers' expectation
C should get used to results management
D saves unnecessary troubles
We can infer from the last paragraph that ______.
A employees hate distance between each other
B there should be no distance between employers and employees
C the disappearance of distance improves efficiency
D telecommuting changes ways of communication
The passage is mainly concerned with ______.
D management style
All of us communicate with one another verbally (口头的) as well as non-verbally. Most of the time we are not aware that we're doing it. We wave a hand, meet someone else's eyes or look" away, shift positions in a chair. We make these movements unconsciously. But researchers have discovered that there is a system to them almost as consistent (一致的) and comprehensible as language.
Every culture has its body language. The way an Englishman crosses his legs is nothing like the way a male American does it. In talking, Americans arc likely to end a statement with a lowering of the eyelids. They conclude a question with a lift of the hand or a widening of the eyes. With a future-tense verb they often gesture with a forward movement. There are regional idioms too. Your sex, ethnic background, social class and personal style all influence your body language. Nevertheless, you move and gesture within a certain idiom.
Usually, the wordless communication acts to qualify the words. What the non-verbal elements express very often, and very efficiently, is the emotional side of the message. When a person feels liked or disliked, often it's a case of "not what he said but the way he said it."
Experts in the study of communication through body movement are not prepared to spell out a precise vocabulary of gestures. When an American rubs his nose, it may mean he is disagreeing with someone or rejecting something. But there are other possible interpretations, too. The expert looks for patterns in the context, not for an isolated meaningful gesture.
Which of the following is NOT a way of non-verbal communications according to the first paragraph?
A Waving a hand.
B Making eye contact.
C Changing positions in a chair.
D Crying in a low voic
According to researchers, people's gestures are ______.
All of the following statements are true of Americans EXCEPT ______.
A start a question with widened eyes
B have their forward movements in future-tense Verbs
C cross their legs in a different way that Englishmen do
D tend to lower their eyelids to conclude a statement
In paragraph 3, which of the following does NOT influence one's body language?
B Educational background.
C Social status.
D Personal styl
Non-verbal communication ______.
A always expresses the message precisely
B usually doesn't match the language
C sometimes isolates a meaning
D often shows the speaker's true emotions
Directions:you are required to complete the outline below it . You should write your answer briefly ( in no more than 3 words) on the Answer Sheet correspondingly.
A company needs staff not only who have the right qualifications and experience, but also who are happy to fit in with the company's way of doing things. Our managers have to accept the idea that everyone working here is a colleague and that spending time actually in the store with colleagues and customers, rather than in their office, is part of the job. For management post, we organize pre-interview group exercises to measure team-working and leadership skills, sometimes along with activities to assess personal qualities.
In all our interviews we pay attention to body language. And like all employers, we want to take on staff who are at ease with colleagues and customers so it is important to watch the way candidates behave, as well as listen to what they have to say.
Staff needed: both have the right (1) and fit in with (2) of doing things. Expectation from the managers: the employees spend time in the store with (3) Pre-interview group exercises: designed to measure team-working and (4) of candidates. The interviewers will pay attention to (5) in all their interviews.
Directions:you are required to find the Chinese equivalents in the table below. Then you should put the corresponding letters on the Answer Sheet, numbered 1 through 5.
A—International Logistics B—Distribution Channels
C—Global Marketing D—Excess Capacity
E—Market Access F—Product Strength
G—Technology Transfer H—Domestic Marketing
I—Market Diversification J—Product Adaptation
K—Trading Patterns L—Technological Innovation
M—Latent Market N—Existing Market
O—Incipient Market P—Pricing Strategy
( )过剩生产能力 ( )分销渠道
( )新生市场 ( )产品调整
( )市场多元化 ( )技术革新
( )市场进入 ( )潜在市场
( )产品优势 ( )国际物流
It may not be much to look at. But beneath that humble exterior beats an air-cooled engine. It won't boil over and ruin your piston rings. It won't freeze over and ruin your life. It's in the back of the car for better traction on snow and sand. And it will give you about 29 miles to a gallon of gas.
After a while you get to like so much about the VW, you even get to like what it looks like.
You find that there's enough legroom for almost anybody's legs. Enough headroom for almost anybody's head. With a hat on it. Snug-fitting bucket seats. Doors that close so well you can hardly close them. They're so airtight, it's better to open the window a crack first!
Those plain wheels are each suspended independently. So when a bump makes one wheel bounce, the bounce doesn't make the other wheel bump. It's things like you pay the $1585 for, when you buy a VW. The ugliness doesn't add a thing to the cost of the car.
That's the beauty of it.
What does the ad talk about?
It talks about ______.
What is beneath the humble exterior?
Beneath that humble exterior beats an ______.
How many miles will it give you to a gallon of gas?
What will happen when a bump makes one wheel bounce?
The bounce doesn't make the ______ bump.
How much should you pay for the VW?
This sort of situation highlights a critical weakness in the leadership of the country: accountability.
Fashion designers tend to take advantage of the fact that women will put up with any amount of discomfort．as long as they look right.
People, a magazine featuring the lives of famous people, recently revealed the 50 prettiest celebrities worldwide.
This move is as close as the White House has come to admitting that its reconstruction effort in Iraq has been insufficient.
The rules for writing an abstract are almost the same to those for writing the summary for an investigation report. In an abstract you make an outline of the problem and state the purpose of your research, give a brief introduction to the procedures，describe the main findings, and make the conclusions. All this must be done in as few words as possible; ideally; your abstract must be about 125 words long and never more than 250 words.