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35. Using bicycle contributes greatly to peoples physical fitness as well as easing traffic jams.

  使用自行车有助于人们的身体健康,并极大地缓解了交通阻塞。

  36. Despite many obvious advantages of bicycle, it is not without its problem.

  尽管自行车有许多明显的优点,但是它也存在它的问题。

  37. Bicycle cant be compared with other means of transportation like car and train for speed and comfort.

  在速度和舒适度方面,自行车是无法和汽车、火车这样的交通工具相比的。

  38. From what has been discussed above, we may safely draw the conclusion that advantages of bicycle far outweigh its disadvantages and it will still play essential roles in modern society.

  通过以上讨论,我们可以得出结论:自行车的优点远大于缺点,并且在现代社会它仍将发挥重要作用。

  39. There is a general discussion these days over education in many colleges and institutes. One of the questions under debate is whether education is a lifetime study.

  当前在高校和研究机构对教育存在着大量争论,其中一个问题就是教育是否是个终身学习的过程。

  40. This issue has caused wide public concern.

  这个问题已经引起了广泛关注。

  41. It must be noted that learning must be done by a person himself.

  必须指出学习只能靠自己。

  42. A large number of people tend to live under the illusion that they had completed their education when they finished their schooling. Obviously, they seem to fail to take into account the basic fact that a persons education is a most important aspect of his life.

  许多人存在这样的误解,认为离开学校就意味着结束了他们的教育。显然,他们忽视了教育是人生重要部分这一基本事实。

  43. As for me, Im in favor of the opinion that education is not complete with graduation, for the following reasons:

  就我而言,我同意教育不应该随着毕业而结束的观点,有以下原因:

  44. It is commonly accepted that no college or university can educate its students by the time they graduate.

  人们普遍认为高校是不可能在毕业的时候教会他们的学生所有知识的。

  45. Even the best possible graduate needs to continue learning before she or he becomes an educated person.

  即使最优秀的毕业生,要想成为一个博学的人也要不断地学习。

 

 

 

(  ) 66.  ____ the expense, I ____ a round-the-world tour.

  A. Were it not … would take    B. If it were not… take

  C. Weren't it for… will take      D. If it hadn't been for… would have taken

(  ) 67. ____ from the top of the mountain, the whole city looks beautiful.

  A. Seen       B. Seeing      C. See       D. Looked

(  ) 68. ____ the essay a second time, the hidden meaning will become clearer to you.

  A. While reading  B. After reading

  C. Your having read D. When you read

(  ) 69.  ____ impressed the visitors deeply was ____ the workers made with their hands.

  A. What…that B. That…that C. What…what D. That…what

(  ) 70. The newspaper's owner and editor ___ away on holiday. 

  A. is B. are C. be D. have been

 

Listening

To invest in women

 

 

http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/html/media/200711/14/123b06be1f957ea7b9.mp3

 

 

Researchers in the United States estimate women will control 60 percent of the country's wealth by 2010. Now two leading female philanthropists are trying to inspire women to use their growing wealth for social change. VOA's Alex Villarreal reports from Washington.

 

 

 

The initiative, called Women Moving Millions, is the brainchild of two sisters, Helen LaKelly Hunt and Swanee Hunt, who served as the U.S. Ambassador to Austria in the mid-1990s.

 

The Hunt sisters are _______ women to make donations of $1 million or more to address a range of women's issues, including women's rights, violence against women and women's _______ to healthcare and education.

 

The Hunts, who came into wealth through an oil inheritance, have pledged $10 million of their own money to the initiative, which they are leading in partnership with the Women's Funding Network, made up of 125 women's foundations from around the globe.

 

Helen LaKelly Hunt said she hopes Women Moving Millions will _______female donors to put their money where it is really needed.

 

"In the philanthropic flow, only seven percent of the funding goes to women and girls and yet women are shouldering a disproportionate amount of the burden of poverty," she said. "Women and their children, obviously, make up the largest amount of those _______ , and there has not been a response to that. People are instead funding the cultural centers of their cities, and it makes no sense."

 

What does make sense, says President and CEO of the Women's Funding Network, Chris Grumm, is recognizing women worldwide as solution-builders and supporting them to bring about change.

 

"As I traveled around the world, it became very clear to me that women were _______ if we wanted to solve problems at the local level, that we wanted to be sustainably solved, that it was a_______ effect, that we really needed to bring women to the table, and they were a critical part of the leadership that needed to be in place in order to make the kind of change that I think will bring the kind of health that villages and countries around the world need," she said.

 

Women Moving Millions has already raised $70 million. The goal is to increase that amount to $150 million by April 2009, which would _______the combined earnings of all women's funds past the $1 billion mark.

 

Kavita Ramdas is President and CEO of The Global Fund for Women, a non-profit foundation belonging to the Women's Funding Network.

 

Ramdas says the Women Moving Millions initiative has the _______ for broad impact, not only at the community level but at the international level as well.

 

"It is very inspiring for women in the rest of the world at a time when the United States reputation is not always the best in most parts of the world," she explained. "An initiative like this that is focused on investing in women and the families that they lead really gives a very different, sends a very different message internationally, sends a message that talks about the willingness of Americans to truly put their own resources behind one of the most critical issues facing the world today, and that is gender _______."

 

Women Moving Millions and its $1 million requirement set the bar high, but supporters hope the message reaches beyond the wealthy to inspire people from all walks of life to invest in women.

 

The Women's Funding Network says more than 80 percent of grants made by women's funds go to women and girls with low or no income.

 

Foundations included in this particular initiative range from local, to _______, to global. Donors can choose which organizations they want their money to support.

 

 

 

 

66. D  与过去事实相反的虚拟语气。

67. A

68. D 非谓语动词做状语,其逻辑主语是句中主语。The hidden meaning不能执行read的动作,所以排除ABC项属于动名词独立主格结构,在句中做主语。

69. C

70. A  and连接两个名词表示"一副,一双,一套等或一个人兼两个职务,即用一个冠词或物主代词限定两个名词做主语,谓语用单数形式。

 

 

 

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