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2011年职称英语讲义2011年职称英语冲刺班_阅读理解_讲义.doc

2011年职称英语讲义2011年职称英语冲刺班_阅读理解_讲义

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简介:本文档为《2011年职称英语讲义2011年职称英语冲刺班_阅读理解_讲义doc》,可适用于文学艺术领域

新东方在线wwwkoolearncom职称英语网络课堂电子教材系列冲刺班新东方在线职称英语冲刺班讲义目录年阅读理解新增文章综合类第八篇TheStateofMarriageToday*第三十八篇ExcessiveDemandsonYoungPeople第四十七篇SpoiltforChoice年阅读理解新增文章理工类第二篇WorldCrudeOilProductionMayPeakaDecadeEarlierThanSomePredict第六篇WeavingwithLight*第三十四篇BatteriesBuiltbyViruses*第三十八篇LongerLivesforWildElephants第四十五篇SomePeopleDoNotTasteSaltLikeOthers第四十六篇MarvelousMetamaterials年阅读理解新增文章卫生类第三篇CookingOilFumesCauseTumor*第十八篇ExerciseCanReplaceInsulinforElderlyDiabetics*第二十四篇PreventingChildMaltreatment第三十四篇BeAlerttoAntimicrobialResistance年阅读理解新增文章答案年阅读理解新增文章综合类第八篇TheStateofMarriageTodayIstheresomethingseriouslywrongwithmarriagetodayDuringthepastyearstherateofdivorceintheUnitedStateshasexploded:almostofmarriagesendindivorcenow,andtheevidencesuggestsitisgoingtogetworseIfthistrendcontinues,itwillleadtothebreakupofthefamily,accordingtoaspokespersonfortheNationalFamilyAssociationSomefuturistspredictthatinyears,theaverageAmericanwillmanyatleastfourtimes,andextramaritalaffairswillbeevenmorecommonthantheyarenoweasetheriskofhighbloodpressureandstrokeThatiswhypublichealthexpertsandfoodcompaniesareWorkingtogetheronwaystohelpconsumerslowersaltintakethroughfoodsthatareenjoyabletoeatThisstudyincreasesunderstandingofsaltpreferenceandconsumptionTheresearchinvolvedcarefullyscreenedparticipantswhosampledsaltyfoodssuchassoupandchips,onmultipleoccasions,spreadoutoverweeksTestsubjectsweremenandwomen,reportedlyhealthy,ranginginagefromtoyearsThesamplewascomposedofindividualswhowerenotactivelymodifyingtheirdietaryintakeanddidnotsmokecigarettesTheyratedtheintensityoftasteonacommonlyusedscientificscale,rangingfrombarelydetectabletostrongestsensationofanykind"MostofuslikethetasteofsaltHowever,someindividualseatmoresalt,bothbecausetheylikethetasteofsaltinessmore,andalsobecauseitisneededtoblockotherunpleasanttastesinfood,"saidHayes"Supertasters,peoplewhoexperiencetastesmoremtensely,consumemoresaltthannontastersdoSnackfoodshavesaltinessastheirprimaryflavor,andatleastforthesefoods,moreisbetter,sothesupertastersseemtolikethemmore"However,supertastersalsoneedhigherlevelsofsalttoblockunpleasantbittertastesinfoodssuchascheese,Hayesnoted"Forexample,cheeseisawonderfulblendofdairyflavorsfromfermented,milk,butalsobittertastesfromripeningthatareblockedbysalt,"hesaid"AsupertasterfindslowsaltcheeseunpleasantbecausethebitternessistoopronouncedHayescitedresearchdonemorethanyearsagobyachemistnamedFoxandageneticistnamedBlakeslee,showingthatindividualsdifferintheirabilitytotastecertainchemicalsAsaresult,Hayesexplained,weknowthatawiderangeintasteacuityexists,andthisvariationisasnormalasvariationsineyeandhaircolor"Somepeople,calledsupertasters,describebittercompoundsasbeingextremelybitter,whileothers,callednontasters,findthesesamebittercompoundstobetastelessoronlywearybitter,"hesaid"Responsetobittercompoundsisoneofmanywaystoidentifybiologicaldifferencesinfoodpreferencebecausesupertastingisnotlimitedtobitterness()练习:Inparagraph,JohnHayespointsoutthatAitisgoodtohealthtoeatfoodwithoutsaltBmanypeoplerejectlowsaltfoodcompletelyCmanypeopleacceptlowsalttastelessfoodreluctantlyDfoodwithreducedsalttastesbetterThefourthparagraphdescribesbrieflyAhowtoselectsubjectsandwhattodointheresearchBhowtoidentifysupertastersandnontastersCwhytolimitthenumberofsubjectstopersonsDwhytoselectmoremalesubjectsthanfemaleonesThearticlearguesthatsupertastersAlikethetasteofsaltinesstoblocksweettastesinfoodBlikesnackfoodsassaltinessistheirprimaryflavorCconsumelesssaltbecausetheydon'tlikeintensivetastesDliketosharesaltycheesewithnontastersWhichofthefollowingappliestosupertastersintermsofbittertasteATheylikebitternessinfoodsaswellassaltinessBTheylikehighsaltcheeseasithasintensebittertasteCTheypreferhighsaltcheese,whichtasteslessbitterDTheypreferhighsaltcheeseasitisgoodtohealthWhatmessagedothelasttwoparagraphscarry'ATasteacuityisgeneticallydeterminedBTasteacuityisdevelopedovertimeafterbirthCTasteacuityisrelatedtoone'seyeandhaircolorDTasteacuityisstillamysterioussubjectinscience第四十六篇MarvelousMetamaterialsInvisibilitycloakswouldhaveremainedimpossible,foreverlockedinsciencefiction,haditnotbeenforthedevelopmentofmetamaterialsInGreek,"meta"meansbeyond,andmetamaterialscandothingsbeyondwhatweseeinthenaturalworldlikeshufflelightwavesaroundanobject,andthenbringthembacktogetherIfscientistsevermanagetobuildafullfledgedinvisibilitycloak,itwillprobablybemadeofmetamaterials"Wearecreatingmaterialsthatdon'texistinnature,andthathaveaphysicalphenomenonthatdoesn'texistinnature,"saysengineerDentchoGenov"Thatisthemostexcitingthing"GenovdesignsandbuildsmetamaterialssuchasthoseusedincloakingatLouisianaTechUniversityinRuston,LouisianaAninvisibilitycloakwillprobablynotbethefirstmajoraccomplishmenttocomefromthefieldofmetamaterialsOtherapplicationsarejustasexcitingInmanylabs,forexample,scientistsareworkingonbuildingahyperlensAlensisadeviceusuallymadeofglassthatcanchangethedirectionoflightwavesLensesareusedinmicroscopesandcamerastofocuslight,thusallowingaresearchertoseesmallthingsoraphotographertocaptureimageofthingsthatarefarawayAhyperlens,however,wouldbemadeofmetamaterialsAndsincemetamaterialscandothingswithlightthatordinarymaterialscan't,thehyperlenswouldbeapowerfultoolAhyperlenswouldallowresearcherstoseethingsatthesmallestscaleimaginableassmallasthewavelengthofvisiblelightGenovpointsoutthatthescienceofmetamaterialsisdrivenbYtheimagination:Ifsomeonecanthinkofanideaforanewbehaviorforlight,thentheengineerscanfindawaytodesignadeviceusingrnetamaterials"Weneedpeoplewhocanimagine,"hesaysSince,manylaboratorieshavebeenexploringotherkindsofmetamaterialsthatdon'tinvolvejustvisiblelightInfact,scientistsarefindingthatalmostanykindofwavemayrespdndtometamaterialsAtthePolytechnicUniversityofValenciainSpain,JoséSánchezDehesaisworkingwithacoustics,orthescienceofsoundJustasaninvisibilitycloakshuffleswavesoflight,an"acoustic"cloakwouldshufflewavesofsoundinawaythat'snotfoundinnatureInanorchestrahall,forexample,anacousticcloakcouldredirectthesoundwavessosomeonesittingbehindacolumnwouldhearthesameconcertastherestoftheaudience,withoutdistortionSánchezDehesa,anengineer,recentlyshowedthatit'spossibletobuildsuchanacousticcloak,thoughhedoubtswe'llseeoneanytimesoon"Inprinciple,itispossible,"hesays,butitmightbeimpossibletomakeone,headdsOtherscientistsarelookingintowaystouselargermetamaterialsasshieldsaroundislandsoroilrigsasprotectionfromtsunamisAtsunamiisagiant,destructivewaveThemetamaterialwouldredirectthetsunamiaroundtherigorisland,andthewavewouldresumeitsjourneyontheothersidewithoutcausinganyharm练习:WhatistrueformetamaterialsATheywillalwaysremaininsciencefictionBTheyarealreadyarealityCTheyarenonexistentinnatureDScientistsbegintousethemtobuildinvisiblecloaksAhyperlensisamorepowerfultoolthanatraditionallensAasitcanallowscientiststoseesmallthingsBasitcanhelpphotographerstocaptureimagesfarawayCevenifitismadeofordinarymaterialsDasitcanhelpscientiststoseeeventhewavelengthsofvisiblelightScientistsatthePolytechnicUniversityofValenciatrytoinventAanacousticcloakthatcanshufflewavesoflightBaninvisiblecloakthatcanshufflewavesofsoundCanacousticcloakthatcanshufflewavesofsoundDacloakthatismadeofmaterialsfoundinnatureAccordingtoSánchezDehesa,AitisofgreatpossibilitytobuildanacousticcloaksoonBitispossibletobuildanacousticcloakintheorybutfarfromrealityCitistotallyimpossibletobuildanacousticcloakDitistheoreticallyimpracticaltobuildanacousticcloakWhatwaysaresomescientistslookingintotoprotecttheislandandoilrigfromtsunamis(Readthelastparagraph)ASurroundthemwithmetamaterialsasprotectiveshieldsBStoppingthetsunamiwithmetamaterialshoursbeforeitreachesthemCBuildingthemwithlargermetamaterialstokeepawaytsunamisDUsingtheequipmentmadeofmetamaterialstoforecastarrivalofatsunami年阅读理解新增文章卫生类第三篇CookingOilFumesCauseTumorTheleadingcauseoflungcanceramongwomeninthecitywascookingoilfumeswhilemenaremorelikelytodevelopthediseasefromsmoking,saidmedicalexpertsafterafiveyearresearchstudyDoctorsannouncedtheresultsyesterdaywithanalysisonsomenewtendenciesinlungcancerTheysaidpatientsareyounger,especiallywomenAccordingtotheShanghaiTumorresearchInstitute,morelocalresidentsdieoflungcancerinthecitythananythingelseFollowingbreastcancer,ithasthesecondhighestincidencerate"Anunhealthylifestyleisaveryimportantreasonforlungcancer,"saidDrHeYuminfromShanghaiMinshenTraditionalChineseMedicineTumorDiagnosisandTreatmentCenterHefollowed,lungcancerpatientsforfiveyearsAmongthem,,weremaleSmokingcausespercentofcasesamongmenwhileonlypercentoffemalepatientsdevelopedcancerfromsmokingorinhalingsecondhandsmoke,accordingtothereportHowever,morethanpercentofwomenwiththediseasehadlongterm,closecontactwithstrongoilfumesfromcookingandcomplainedaboutirritatedeyesandthroatAboutpercentofwomenfriedfoodsinboilingoilinunventilatedkitchensandaboutpercentofwomen'sbedroomswereadjacenttothekitchenHowever,localwomenweresurprisedtolearncookingoilfumescouldleadtocancerSomeclaimedtheymaychangefoodpreparationmethods"UnlessmyfamilyandIdon'teatathomeeveryday,Imuststayinthekitchentocook,"saidXuLi,ayearoldlocalwoman"Iknowthefumesarebadfortheskin,butitisthefirsttimeIheardthatitcanresultinlungcancerIhavealreadystartedfryingless"Doctorssaidwomen'slungcancerhadfewlinkstopersonalhealthandphysicalcondition,butwascloselyrelatedtofamilycancerhistory,unhealthydietaryhabitsandweakimmunesystemsOtherexpertsagreedwithHe"Smokingisbyfarthebiggestcauseoflungcancerformen,"saidDrTanBinyong,honorarypresidentoftheRespiratoryDiseaseInstituteatFudanUniversity'sMedicalCollege"It'struethatsecondhandsmokeandcookingfumesarethemaincausesamongwomen"He'sresearchalsowarnedpeoplenottostandnearofstallssellingfriedfoodsduetothepoorqualityofoilsusedThechanceofcatchinglungcanceristhreetimeshigherifexposedtothefumeforalongtime,expertssaidWhatanewtendencyinlungcancerisconcludedbytheresearchersAMenaremorelikelytodeveloplungcancerthanwomenBWomenaremorelikelytodeveloplungcancerthanmenCPatientswithlungcancerbecomeolder,especiallymalesDPatientswithlungcancerbecomeyounger,especiallyfemalesWhichofthefollowingdiseasesisthemostcommonamongthelocalresidentsinShanghai'AHeartdiseaseBBreastcancerCInfectiousdiseasesDLungcancerWhatsymptomsmaybecomplainedofbymostwomenwithlungcancerafterlongtermClosecontactwithcookingoilfumes'AIrritatedeyesandthroatBSeverepaininbothlungsCContinuouscoughandheadacheDDifficultyinbreathingWhatwasthelocalwomen'sreactionwhentheylearnedthatcookingoilfumescouldleadtocancerAHappyBSurprisedCAngryDCarelessWhichofthefollowinghasrelativelylittleconnectionwithwomen'slungcancerAFamilycancerhistoryBUnhealthydietaryhabitsCWeakimmunesystemsDPersonalhealthandphysicalcondition*第十八篇ExerciseCanReplaceInsulinforElderlyDiabeticsMostolderpeoplewithsocalledtypeIIdiabetescouldstoptakinginsuliniftheywoulddobriskexerciseforminutesjustthreetimesaweek,accordingtonewmedicalresearchresultsreportedintheCopenhagennewspaperBerlingskeTidendeonMondayResultsfromtestsconductedondiabeticsattheCopenhagenCentralHospitalRigshospitaletsCenterforMuscleResearchshowedthatphysicalexercisecanboostthebody'sabilitytoutiliseinsulinbypercent,thenewspaperreportedThisisequaltotheeffectmostelderlydiabeticsgetfromtheirinsulinmedicationtoday,itsaidResearchershadagroupofnondiabeticmenandagroupofmenwithtypeII,allmorethanyearsofage,exerciseonbicyclessixtimesaweekforthreemonthsAfterthethreemonthsthedoctorsmeasuredhowmuchsugarthetestsubjectsmusclescouldutiliseasameasureforhowwelltheirinsulinworkedAssociateProfessorDrFlemmingDelaoftheMuscleResearchCentersaidthetestsdemonstratedthattheexercisingdiabeticshadjustashighinsulinutilizationasthehealthynonexercisingpersons"ThismeansthattheinsulinworksjustaswellforbothgroupsPhysicalexercisecannotcurepeopleofdiabetes,butitcaneliminatealmostalltheirsymptomsAtthesametimeitcanputoffthepointatwhichtheyhavetobegintakinginsulinorperhapscompletelyavoidinsulintreatment,"DelawasquotedassayingInsulinisahormoneproducedbythepancreas,controllingsugarinthebodyandusedagainstdiabetesDelasaidthattoachievethedesiredeffectdiabeticsneedonlyexercisetothepointwheretheybegintoworkupasweat,butthattheactivityhastobemaintainedsinceitwearsoffafterfivedayswithoutsufficientexerciseMostdiabeticsrealizethattheyhavetowatchtheirdietwhileremainingunawareoftheimportanceofexercise,Delaadded练习:HowcouldmostelderlytypeIIdiabeticsstoptakinginsulinABytakingmoresaltthanusualBBytakinglesssaltthanusualCBydoingbriskexerciseforhalfanhouratleastthreetimesaweekDBygoingclimbing,swimmingorboxingeverydayPhysicalexercisemayincreasethebodyabilitytoutiliseinsulinbyApercentBpercentCpercentDonlyafewpercentThesubjectsoftheresearchtestsconductedattheCopenhagenCentralHospitalincludedAelderlynondiabeticmenBelderlytypeⅡdiabeticmereCbothsexesofallagesDbothAandBTowhatadegreehavediebeticstoexerciseinordertoachievethedesiredeffect'ATothedegreewheretheybegintosweatBTothedegreewheretheyfeel,exhaustedCTothepointwhentheyreelthirstyDTothepointwhentheyhavetotakeinsulinAccordingtoDeta,amongmostdiabeticstheimportanceofexerciseistheimportanceofwatchingtheirdietAaspoorlyunderstoodasBaswellunderstoodasClessunderstoodthanDbetterunderstoodthan*第二十四篇PreventingChildMaltreatmentChildmaltreatmentisaglobalproblemwithseriouslifelongconsequencesTherearenoreliableglobalestimatesfortheprevalenceofchildmaltreatmentDataformanycountries,especiallylowandmiddleincomecountries,arelackingChildmaltreatmentiscomplexanddifficulttostudyCurrentestimatesvarywidelydependingonthecountryandthemethodofresearchusedNonetheless,internationalstudiesrevealthatapproximatelyofwomenand'ofmenreportbeingSexuallyabusedaschildren,whileofallchildrenreportbeingphysicallyabusedAdditionally,manychildrenaresubjecttoemotionalabuse(sometimesreferredtoaspsychologicalabuse)Everyyear,thereareanestimated,homicidedeathsinchildrenunderThisnumberunderestimatesthetrueextentoftheproblem,asasignificantproportionofdeathsduetochildmaltreatmentareincorrectlyattributedtofalls,burnsanddrowningChildmaltreatmentcausessufferingtochildrenandfamiliesandcanhavelongtermconsequencesMaltreatmentcausesstressthatisassociatedwithdisruptioninearlybraindevelopmentExtremestresscanimpairthedevelopmentofthenervousandimmunesystemsConsequently,asadults,maltreatedchildrenareatincreasedriskforbehaveioural,physicalandmentalhealthproblemsViathebehaviouralandmentalhealthconsequences,maltreatmentcancontributetoheartdisease,cancer,suicideandsexuallytransmittedinfectionsBeyondthehealthconsequencesofchildmaltreatment,thereisaneconomicimpact,includingcostsofhospitalizeation,mentalhealthtreatment,childwelfare,andlongertermhealthcostsItisimportanttoemphasizethatchildrenarethevictimsandarenevertoblameformaltreatmentAnumberofcharacteristicsofanindividualchildmayincreasethelikelihoodofbeingmaltreated,suchasbeingeitherunderfouryearsoldoranadolescent,beingunwanted,orfailingtofulfiltheexpectationsofparentsandhavingspecialneeds,cryingpersistentlyorhavingabnormalphysicalfeatures练习:ThedifficultsituationintheglobalestimatesofthechildmaltreatmentisduetothefollowingfactorsEXCEPTaccordingtothepassageAchildmaltreatmentisaglobalproblemBthereisnoexactdataaboutlowandmidincomecountriesCthereisashortageoftheprofessionaldatacollectorsDdifferentscientistsusedifferentresearchmethodsWhichofthefollowingstatementsistrueaccordingtothepassageAofwomengotsexuallyabusedintheirchildhoodBofallchildrenwerereportedtohavebeenphysicallyabusedCofchildrenwerepsychologicallyabusedDofchildrenwereneglectedbytheirparentsManyhomicidedeathsinchildrenunderarewronglycategorizedintothefollowingtypesEXCEPTaccordingtothepassageAdrowninginswimmingBdiarrheaCbumsDfallsWhichofthefollowingisNOTmentionedasthebadimpactcausedbychildmaltreatmentAThechildwillbehavebadlyinhismemoryofhischildhoodwhenhegrowsupBChildmaltreatmenthurtshisnervousandimmunesystemsCChildmaltreatmentdamageshisearlybraindevelopmentDThechildiseasilyaffectedbymanydiseasesinhisadulthoodThemaltreatedchildrenoftenbearallthefollowingcharacteristicsEXCEPTaccordingtothepassageAtheyfrequentlyandeasilycryBtheyareininfant'sorinadolescentperiodCtheyareoftenneglectedbytheirparentsorfriendsDtheyoftentrytheirbesttomeettherequirementsfromtheirparents第三十四篇BeAlerttoAntimicrobialResistanceTheabilityofmicroorganismstofindwaystoevadetheactionofthedrugsusedtocuretheinfectionstheycauseisincreasinglyrecognizedasaglobalpublichealthissueSomebacteriahavedevelopedmechanismswhichmakethemresistanttomanyoftheantibioticsnormallyusedfortheirtreatment(multidrugresistantbacteria),soposeparticulardifficulties,astheremaybefewornoalternativeoptionsfortherapyTheyconstituteagrowingandglobalpublichealthproblemWHOsuggeststhatcountriesshouldbepreparedtoimplementhospitalinfectioncontrolmeasurestolimitthespreadofmultidrugresistantstrainsandtoreinforcenationalpolicyonprudentuseofantibiotics,reducingthegenerationofantibioticresistantbacteriaAnarticlepublishedin"heLancetInfectiousDiseasesonAugustidentifiedanewgenethatenablessometypesofbacteriatobehighlyresistanttoalmostallantibioticsThearticlehasdrawnattentiontotheissueofAMR(antimicrobialresistance),and,inparticular,hasraisedawarenessofinfectionscausedbymultidrugresistantbacteriaWhilemultidrugresistantbacteriaarenotnewandwillcontinuetoappear,thisdevelopmentrequiresmonitoringandfurtherstudytounderstandtheextentandmodesoftransmission,andtodefinethemosteffectivemeasuresforcontrolThosecalledupontobealerttotheproblemofantimicrobialresistanceandtakeappropriateactionincludeconsumers,managersofhospitals,patients,aswellasnationalgovernments,thepharmaceuticalindustry,andinternationalagenciesWHOstronglyrecommendsthatgovernmentsfocuscontrolandpreventioneffortsinthefollowingareaslikesurveillanceforantimicrobialresistancerationalantibioticuse,includingeducationofhealthcareworkersandthepublicintheappropriateuseofantibioticsintroducingorenforcinglegislationrelatedtostoppingthesellingofantibioticswithoutprescriptionandstrictadherencetoinfectionpreventionandcontrolmeasures,includingtheuseofhandwashingmeasures,particularlyinhealthcarefacilitiesSuccessfulcontrolofmultidrugresistantmicroorganismshasbeendocumentedinmanycountries,andtheexistingandwellknowninfectionpreventionandcontrolmeasurescaneffectivelyreducetransmissionofmultidrugresistantorganismsifsystematicallyimplementedWHOwillcontinuetosupportcountriestodeveloprelevantpolicies,andtocoordinateinternationaleffortstocombatantimicrobialresistanceAntimicrobialresistancewillbethethemeofWHO'sWorldHealthDay练习:WhyistheuseofantibioticsarousinggloballyincreasinginterestAThemisuseoftheantibioticshascausedstrongerbacteriaresistanceandnonewdrugsagainstthebacteriaareavailableatpresentBThemicroorganismsdevelopmuchfasterthanthepast,sotheresearchersaremoreinterestedCTheantibioticsformultidrugresistantbacteriaarehighlypricedandtherewillbeabigmarketforthedrugindustryDTheantibioticshasbeenfoundmorepowerfulforthetreatmentofthemultidrugresistantbacteriaWhichofthefollowingistrueofthearticlepublishedinTheLancetInfectiousDiseasesATheissueofAMRledthescientiststobealerttothenewhumangeneBAnewdrugwillbesoonavailableforanymultidrugresistantbacteriaCAnewstrainhasbeenfoundtobehighlyresistanttoalmostallantibioticsDAMRarousedtheawarenessofthescientiststotheinfectionscausedbytheantibioticsWhoofthefollowingisNOTmentionedinthepassagetotakecautiousandproperactionabouttheAMRAThosewhouseantibioticsBThosewhosellantibioticsCThosewhoproduceantibioticsDThosewhostudyinuniversitiesAllthefollowingrecommendationstothegovernmentsfromWHOistrueEXCEPTAeducationtotheusersofantibioticsBcontrolontheuseofantibioticsinhealthfacilitiesCintroductionofnewregulationsonthesaleofantibioticsDlimitonthehospitalstostoremoreantibioticdrugsthantheycanuseWhatcanyouinferfromthepassageAWHOcanonlyrecommendthegovernmentstocontrolandpreventthetransmissionofmultidrugresistantorganismsBEvenwiththenewstrainsagainsttheexistingantibiotics,thetransmissionofmultidrugresistantorganismsisstillundercontrolCWithoutthesupportfromWHO,nocountrycanbesafeinthewaragainstthetransmissionofmultidrugresistantorganismsDWHOwillsparenoeffortinantimicrobialresistanceinandwillsetaspecialdayforitin年阅读理解新增文章答案综合类第八篇.D.C.A.C.B第三十八篇.B.C.B.D.A第四十七篇.B.D.A.C.A理工类第二篇.B.D.D.A.B第六篇.B.D.C.A.C第三十四篇.C.C.D.D.A第三十八篇.D.B.C.D.A第四十五篇.C.A.B.C.A第四十六篇.C.D.C.B.A卫生类第三篇.D.B.A.B.D第十八篇.C.B.D.A.C第二十四篇.C.B.B.A.D第三十四篇.A.C.D.DRPAGE职称英语通过率居全国第一全国统一客服专线
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