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首页 2007年6月至2011年6月英语六级真题及答案与作文写作技巧.doc

2007年6月至2011年6月英语六级真题及答案与作文写作技巧.doc

2007年6月至2011年6月英语六级真题及答案与作文写作技巧…

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简介:本文档为《2007年6月至2011年6月英语六级真题及答案与作文写作技巧doc》,可适用于考试题库领域,主题内容包含年大学英语六级真题及答案(完整版)年月日大学英语六级(CET)真题试卷(A卷)PartIWriting(minutes)Directions:For符等。

年大学英语六级真题及答案(完整版)年月日大学英语六级(CET)真题试卷(A卷)PartIWriting(minutes)Directions:Forthispart,youareallowedminutestowriteashortessayentitledShouldOneExpectaRewardWhenDoingaGoodDeedYoushouldwriteatleastwordsfollowingtheoutlinegivenbelow有人做好事期望得到回报有人认为应该像雷锋那样做好事不图回报我的观点。ShouldOneExpectaRewardWhenDoingaGoodDeedPartIIReadingComprehension(SkimmingandScanning)(minutes)Directions:Inthispart,youwillhaveminutestogooverthepassagequicklyandanswerthequestionsonAnswerSheetForquestions,markY(forYES)ifthestatementagreeswiththeinformationgiveninthepassageN(forNO)ifstatementcontradictstheinformationgiveninthepassageNG(forNOTGIVEN)iftheinformationisnotgiveninthepassageForquestions,completethesentenceswiththeinformationgiveninthepassageSevenStepstoaMoreFulfillingJobManypeopletodayfindthemselvesinunfulfillingworksituationsInfact,oneinfourworkersisdissatisfiedwiththeircurrentjob,accordingtotherecent“Plansfor”surveyTheircareerpathmaybefinanciallyrewarding,butitdoesn’tmeettheiremotional,socialorcreativeneedsThey’restuck,unhappy,andhavenoideawhattodoaboutit,exceptmovetoanotherjobMaryLynMiller,veterancareerconsultantandfounderoftheLifeandCareerClinic,saysthatwhenmostpeopleareunhappyabouttheirwork,theirfirstthoughtistogetadifferentjobInstead,MillersuggestslookingatthepossibilityofadifferentlifeThroughherbook,MythsofMakingaLiving,aswellasworkshops,seminarsandpersonalcoachingandconsulting,shehashelpedthousandsofdissatisfiedworkersreassesslifeandworkLikethewayofZen,whichincludesunderstandingofoneselfasonereallyis,Millerencouragesjobseekersandthosedissatisfiedwithworkorlifetoexaminetheirbeliefsaboutworkandrecognizethat“inmanycasesyourbeliefsarewhatbroughtyoutowhereyouaretoday”Youmayhavebeenraisedtothinkthatwomenwerebestatnurturingandcaringand,therefore,shouldbeteachersandnursesSothat’swhatyoudidOr,perhapsyouwerebroughtuptobelievethatyoushoulddowhatyourfatherdid,soyouhavetakenoverthefamilybusiness,orbecomeadentist“justlikedad”Ifthissoundsfamiliar,it’sprobablytimetolookatthenewpossibilitiesforyourfutureMillerdevelopedastepprocesstohelppotentialjobseekersassesstheircurrentsituationandbeliefs,identifytheirrealpassion,andstartonajourneythatallowsthemtopursuetheirpassionthroughworkStep:WillingnesstodosomethingdifferentBreakingthecycleofdoingwhatyouhavealwaysdoneisoneofthemostdifficulttasksforjobseekersManyfinditdifficulttosteerawayfromacareerpathormakeachange,evenifitdoesn’tfeelrightMillerurgesjobseekerstoopentheirmindstootherpossibilitiesbeyondwhattheyarecurrentlydoingStep:Commitmenttobeingwhoyouare,notwhoorwhatsomeonewantsyoutobeLookatthegiftsandtalentsyouhaveandmakeacommitmenttopursuethosethingsthatyoulovemostIfyoulovethesocialaspectsofyourjob,butarestuckinsideanofficeor“chainedtoyourdesk”mostofthetime,vowtofollowyourinstinctandinvestigatealternativecareersandworkthatallowyoumoretimetointeractwithothersDawnworkedasamanagerforalargeretailclothingstoreforseveralyearsThoughshehadadvancedwithinthecompany,shefeltfrustratedandlongedtobeinvolvedwithnatureandtheoutdoorsShedecidedtogotoschoolnightsandweekendstopursuehertruepassionbyearninghermaster’sdegreeinforestryShenowworksinthebiotechforestrydivisionofamajorpapercompanyStep:SelfdefinitionMillersuggeststhatoncejobseekersknowwhotheyare,theyneedtoknowhowtosellthemselves“Inthejobmarket,youareaproductAndjustlikeaproduct,youmostknowthefeaturesandbenefitsthatyouhavetoofferapotentialclient,oremployer”ExaminetheskillsandknowledgethatyouhaveidentifyhowtheycanapplytoyourdesiredoccupationYourqualitieswillexhibittoemployerswhytheyshouldhireyouoverothercandidatesStep:AttainalevelofselfhonoringSelfhonoringorselflovemayseemlikeanoddstepforjobhunters,butbeingabletoacceptyourself,withoutjudgment,helpseliminateinsecuritiesandwillmakeyoumoreselfassuredByacceptingwhoyouare–allyouremotions,hopesanddreams,yourpersonality,andyouruniquewayofbeing–you’llprojectmoreconfidencewhennetworkingandtalkingwithpotentialemployersThepowerofselfhonoringcanhelptobreakallthefalsehoodsyouwereprogrammedtobelieve–thosethatmadeyoufeelthatyouwerenotgoodenough,orstrongenough,orintelligentenoughtodowhatyoutrulydesireStep:VisionMillersuggeststhatjobseekersdevelopavisionthatembracestheanswerto“WhatdoIreallywanttodo”oneshouldcreateasolidstatementinadozenorsosentencesthatdescribeindetailhowtheyseetheirliferelatedtoworkForinstance,thesecretarywholongstobeanactressdescribesalifethatallowshertoexpressherloveofShakespeareonstageArealestateagent,attractedtohiscurrentjobbecauseherlovesfixingupoldhomes,describesbuyingpropertiesthatneedalittletenderlovingcaretomakethemmoresaleableStep:AppropriateriskSomephilosophersbelievethatthewaytoenlightenmentcomesthroughfacingobstaclesanddifficultiesOncepeoplediscovertheirpassion,manyaretooscaredtodoanythingaboutitInstead,theydonothingWiththisstep,jobseekersshouldassesswhattheyarewillingtogiveup,orrisk,inpursuitoftheirdreamForoneworkingmom,thatmeanttakingnightclassestolearnnewcomputeraideddesignskills,whilestillearningasalaryandkeepingherdayjobForsomeoneelse,itmaymeanquittinghisorherjob,takingoutloanandgoingbacktoschoolfulltimeYou’llmoveonestepclosertoyouridealworklifeifyouidentifyhowmuchriskyouarewillingtotakeandthesacrificesyouarewillingtomakeStep:ActionSometeachersofphilosophydescribeactioninthisway,“Ifonewantstogettothetopofamountain,justsittingatthefootthinkingaboutitwillnotbringonethereItisbymakingtheeffortofclimbingupthemountain,stepbystep,thateventuallythesummitisreached”Alltoooften,itisthelackofactionthatultimatelyholdspeoplebackfromattainingtheiridealsCreatingaplanandtakingitonestepatatimecanleadtonewanddifferentjobopportunitiesJobhuntingtasksgainaddedmeaningasyousensetheirimportanceinyourquestforamoremeaningfulworklifeTheplancanincluderesearchingindustriesandoccupations,talkingtopeoplewhoareinyourdesiredareaofwork,takingclasses,oracceptingvolunteerworkinyourtargetedfieldEachofthesestepswillleadyouonajourneytoahappierandmorerewardingworklifeAfterall,itisthejourney,notthedestination,thatismostimportant注意:此部分试题请在答题卡上作答。Accordingtotherecent“Plansfor”survey,mostpeopleareunhappywiththeircurrentjobsMaryLynMiller’sjobistoadvisepeopleontheirlifeandcareerMaryLynMillerherselfwasoncequitedissatisfiedwithherownworkManypeoplefinditdifficulttomakeuptheirmindswhethertochangetheircareerpathAccordingtoMaryLynMiller,peopleconsideringchangingtheircareersshouldcommitthemselvestothepursuitofInthejobmarket,jobseekersneedtoknowhowtosellthemselveslikeDuringaninterviewwithpotentialemployers,selfhonoringorselflovemayhelpajobseekertoshowMaryLynMillersuggeststhatajobseekerdevelopavisionthatanswersthequestion“”ManypeoplearetooscaredtopursuetheirdreamsbecausetheyareunwillingtoWhatultimatelyholdspeoplebackfromattainingtheiridealsisPartIIIListeningComprehension(minutes)SectionADirections:Inthissection,youwillhearshortconversationsandlongconversationsAttheendofeachconversation,oneormorequestionswillbeaskedaboutwhatsaidBoththeconversationandthequestionswillbespokenonlyonceAftereachquestiontherewillbeapauseDuringthepause,youmustreadthefourchoicesmarkedA)B)C)andD),anddecidewhichisthebestanswerThenmarkthecorrespondingletteronAnswerSheetwithasinglelinethroughthecentre注意:此部分试题请在答题卡上作答。A)SurfingthenetB)WatchingatalkshowC)PackingabirthdaygiftD)ShoppingatajewelrystoreA)HeenjoysfindingfaultwithexamsB)HeissureofhissuccessintheexamC)Hedoesn’tknowifhecandowellintheexamD)HeusedtogetstraightA’sintheexamshetookA)ThemanisgenerouswithhisgoodcommentsonpeopleB)ThewomanisunsureiftherewillbepeaceintheworldC)ThewomanisdoubtfulaboutnewspaperstoriesD)ThemanisquiteoptimisticabouthumannatureA)StudyforsomeprofessionB)AttendamedicalschoolC)StayinbusinessD)SellhisshopA)MoremoneyB)FairtreatmentC)AcollegeeducationD)ShorterworkhoursA)ShewasexhaustedfromhertripB)ShemissedthecomfortsofhomeC)ShewasimpressedbyMexicanfoodD)ShewillnotgotoMexicoagainA)CheerherselfupabitB)FindamoresuitablejobC)SeekprofessionaladviceD)TakeapsychologycourseA)HedressesmoreformallynowB)WhathewearsdoesnotmatchhispositionC)HehasignoredhisfriendssincegraduationD)HefailedtodowellatcollegeQuestionstoarebasedontheconversationyouhavejustheardA)TogosightseeingB)TohavemeetingsC)TopromoteanewchampagneD)TojoininatrainingprogramA)ItcanreducethenumberofpassengercomplaintsB)ItcanmakeairtravelmoreentertainingC)ItcancutdowntheexpensesforairtravelD)ItcanlessenthediscomfortcausedbyairtravelA)TookbalancedmealswithchampagneB)AtevegetablesandfruitonlyC)RefrainedfromfishormeatD)AvoidedeatingrichfoodA)ManyofthemfounditdifficulttoexerciseonaplaneB)ManyofthemwereconcernedwiththeirwellbeingC)NotmanyofthemchosetodowhatshedidD)NotmanyofthemunderstoodtheprogramQuestionstoarebasedontheconversationyouhavejustheardA)AtafairB)AtacafeteriaC)InacomputerlabD)InashoppingmallA)ThelatestcomputertechnologyB)TheorganizingofanexhibitionC)ThepurchasingofsomeequipmentD)ThedramaticchangesinthejobmarketA)DatacollectionB)TrainingconsultancyC)CorporatemanagementD)InformationprocessingSectionBDirections:Inthissection,youwillhearshortpassagesAttheendofeachpassage,youwillhearsomequestionsBoththepassageandthequestionswillbespokenonlyonceAfteryouhearaquestion,youmustchoosethebestanswerfromthefourchoicemarkedA)B)C)andD)ThenmarkthecorrespondingletteronAnswerSheetwithasinglelinethroughthecentre注意:此部分试题请在答题卡上作答。PassageOneQuestionstoarebasedonthepassageyouhavejustheardA)ImprovethemselvesB)GetridofemptydreamsC)FollowtheculturaltraditionD)AttemptsomethingimpossibleA)ByfindingsufficientsupportforimplementationB)BytakingintoaccounttheirownabilitytochangeC)ByconstantlykeepinginmindtheirultimategoalsD)BymakingdetailedplansandcarryingthemoutA)ToshowpeoplehowtogettheirlivesbacktonormalB)ToshowhowdifficultitisforpeopletoloseweightC)ToremindpeopletocheckthecaloriesonfoodbagsD)ToillustratehoweasilypeopleabandontheirgoalsPassageTwoQuestionstoarebasedonthepassageyouhavejustheardA)Michael’sparentsgotdivorcedB)KarenwasadoptedbyRayAndersonC)Karen’smotherdiedinacaraccidentD)AtruckdriverlosthislifeinacollisionA)HeranaredlightandcollidedwithatruckB)HesacrificedhislifetosaveababygirlC)HewaskilledinstantlyinaburningcarD)HegotmarriedtoKaren’smotherA)ThereportedheroturnedouttobehisfatherB)HedidnotunderstandhisfathertilltoolateC)SuchmisfortuneshouldhavefallenonhimD)ItremindedhimofhismiserablechildhoodPassageThreeQuestionstoarebasedonthepassageyouhavejustheardA)GermanyB)JapanC)TheUSD)TheUKA)BydoingoddjobsatweekendsB)ByworkinglonghourseverydayC)ByputtinginmorehourseachweekD)BytakingshortervacationseachyearA)TocombatcompetitionandraiseproductivityB)ToprovidethemwithmorejobopportunitiesC)TohelpthemmaintaintheirlivingstandardD)TopreventthemfromholdingasecondjobA)ChangetheirjobsB)EarnmoremoneyC)ReducetheirworkinghoursD)Strengthenthegovernment’sroleSectionCDirections:Inthissection,youwillhearapassagethreetimesWhenthepassageisreadforthefirsttime,youshouldlistencarefullyforitsgeneralideaWhenthepassageisreadforthesecondtime,youarerequiredtofillintheblanksnumberedfromtowiththeexactwordsyouhavejustheardForblanksnumberedfromtoyouarerequiredtofillinthemissinginformationFortheseblanks,youcaneitherusetheexactwordsyouhavejustheardorwritedownthemainpointsinyourownwordsFinally,whenthepassageisreadforthethirdtime,youshouldcheckwhatyouhavewritten注意:此部分试题请在答题卡上作答。Nursing,asatypicallyfemaleprofession,mustdealconstantlywiththefalseimpressionthatnursesaretheretowaitonthephysicianAsnurses,weare()toprovidenursingcareonlyWedonothaveanylegalormoral()toanyphysicianWeprovidehealthteaching,()physicalaswellasemotionalproblems,()patientrelatedservices,andmakeallofournursingdecisionsbaseduponwhatisbestorsuitableforthepatientIf,inany(),wefeelthataphysician’sorderis()orunsafe,wehavealegal()toquestionthatorderorrefusetocarryitoutNursingisnotaninetofivejobwitheveryweekendoffAllnursesareawareofthatbeforetheyentertheprofessionTheemotionalandphysicalstressHowever,thatoccursduetooddworkinghoursisa()reasonforalotofthecareerdissatisfaction()Thatdisturbsourpersonallives,disruptsoursleepingandeatinghabits,andisolatesusfromeverythingexceptjobrelatedfriendsandactivitiesThequalityofnursingcareisbeingaffecteddramaticallybythesesituations()ConsumersofmedicallyrelatedserviceshaveevidentlynotbeenaffectedenoughyettodemandchangesinourmedicalsystemButiftrendscontinueaspredicted,()PartIVReadingComprehension(ReadinginDepth)(minutes)SectionADirections:Inthissection,thereisashortpassagewithquestionsorincompletestatementsReadthepassagecarefullyThenanswerthequestionsorcompletestatementsinthefewestpossiblewordsPleasewriteyouranswersonAnswerSheetQuestionstoarebasedonthefollowingpassageGoogleisaworldfamouscompany,withitsheadquartersinMountainView,CaliforniaItwassetupinaSiliconValleygaragein,andinflated(膨胀)withtheInternetbubbleEvenwheneverythingarounditcollapsedthecompanykeptoninflatingGoogle’ssearchengineissowidespreadacrosstheworldthatsearchbecameGoogle,andgooglebecameaverbTheworldfellinlovewiththeeffective,fascinatinglyfasttechnologyGoogleowesmuchofitssuccesstothebrillianceofSBrinandLPage,butalsotoaseriesoffortunateeventsItwasPagewho,atStanfordin,initiatedtheacademicprojectthateventuallybecameGoogle’ssearchengineBrin,whohadmetPageatastudentorientationayearearlier,joinedtheprojectearlyonTheywerebothPhDcandidateswhentheydevisedthesearchenginewhichwasbetterthantherestand,withoutanymarketing,spreadbywordofmouthfromearlyadoptersto,eventually,yourgrandmotherTheirbreakthrough,simplyput,wasthatwhentheirsearchenginecrawledtheWeb,itdidmorethanjustlookforwordmatches,italsotallied(统计)andrankedahostofothercriticalfactorslikehowwebsiteslinktooneanotherThatdeliveredfarbetterresultsthananythingelseBrinandPagemeanttonametheircreationGoogol(themathematicaltermforthenumberfollowedbyzeroes),butsomeonemisspelledthewordsoitstuckasGoogleTheyraisedmoneyfromprescient(有先见之明的)professorsandventurecapitalists,andmovedoffcampustoturnGoogleintobusinessPerhapstheirbiggeststrokeofluckcameearlyonwhentheytriedtoselltheirtechnologytoothersearchengines,butnoonemettheirprice,andtheybuiltitupontheirownThenextbreakthroughcamein,whenGooglefiguredouthowtomakemoneywithitsinventionIthadlotsofusers,butalmostnoonewaspayingThesolutionturnedouttobeadvertising,andit’snotanexaggerationtosaythatGoogleisnowessentiallyanadvertisingcompany,giventhatthat’sthesourceofnearlyallitsrevenueTodayitisagiantadvertisingcompany,worth$billion注意:此部分试题请在答题卡上作答。Apartfromaseriesoffortunateevents,whatisitthathasmadeGooglesosuccessfulGoogle’ssearchengineoriginatedfromstartedbyLPageHowdidGoogle’ssearchenginespreadallovertheworldBrinandPagedecidedtosetuptheirownbusinessbecausenoonewouldTherevenueoftheGooglecompanyislargelygeneratedfromSectionBDirections:TherearepassagesinthissectionEachpassageisfollowedbysomequestionsorunfinishedstatementsForeachofthemtherearefourchoicesmarkedA),B),C),andD)YoushoulddecideonthebestchoiceandmarkthecorrespondingletteronAnswerSheetwithasinglelinethroughthecentrePassageOneQuestionstoarebasedonthefollowingpassageYouheartherefrainallthetime:theUSeconomylooksgoodstatistically,butitdoesn’tfeelgoodWhydoesn’tevergreaterwealthpromoteevergreaterhappinessItisaquestionthatdatesatleasttotheappearanceinofTheAffluent(富裕的)SocietybyJohnKennethGalbraith,whodiedrecentlyatTheAffluentSocietyisamodernclassicbecauseithelpeddefineanewmomentinthehumanconditionFormostofhistory,“hunger,sickness,andcold”threatenednearlyeveryone,Galbraithwrote“PovertywasfoundeverywhereinthatworldObviouslyitisnotofours”AfterWorldWarII,thedreadofanotherGreatDepressiongavewaytoaneconomicboomInthesunemploymenthadaveragedpercentinthesitwaspercentToGalbraith,materialismhadgonemadandwouldbreeddiscontentThroughadvertising,companiesconditionedconsumerstobuythingstheydidn’treallywantorneedBecausesomuchspendingwasartificial,itwouldbeunfulfillingMeanwhile,governmentspendingthatwouldmakeeveryonebetteroffwasbeingc

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