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http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/china/2012-03/21/content_14876301.htm

http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/world/2010-09/09/content_11281180.htm

http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/china/2012-07/17/content_15590725.htm

 

  

http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/china/2013-03/21/content_16320337.htm

 

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Personal interviewing (面试) is most effective when all the people to be interviewed are located in a relatively small geographical area. Otherwise, the time and expense spent in traveling from one person to another makes this type of interviewing economically impractical. Personal interviewing is usually used when the information needed is too complex to be gathered by another technique. For example, a problem being studied may require the interviewer to probe beyond the more superficial answers that might be obtained with another method.

  It is sometimes assumed that personal interviewing is the most accurate of all survey research techniques. Although personal interviewing may be accurate in many cases, human errors may prevent a researcher from obtaining valid results. Questions perceived by the interviewee(应试者) as an invasion of privacy or threatening in any way will probably produce false or partially true answers. Also, since the interviewer(面试者)must interpret the respondent’s statements, a certain amount of information loss results even though the respondent may be answering truthfully.

  In spite of the problems, at least two major advantages are provided by this research technique. First, the alert interviewer can generally tell if the respondent is being truthful or if he or she is giving superficial or untrue responses. Second, the interviewer can rephrase questions, give more explanation, or probe more deeply if the initial questions do not produce the information desired. As a result, the information gleaned should be more accurate than that provided by interviews where no one is present to clarify questions or to interpret answers.

  37. Sometimes a researcher cannot get valid results because _________.

  A. the information needed is too complex to be gathered

  B. personal interviewing is the most accurate of all survey research techniques

  C. personal interviewing is not as effective as other research techniques

  D. both interviewer and interviewee may make mistakes during the interviewing

  38. In the second paragraph, the phrase “an invasion of privacy” most probably means _________.

  A. an unpleasant conversation

  B. a challenge to interviewee’s professional skills

  C. an interference with interviewee’s personal affairs

  D. an interference with interviewee’s hobby

  39. In the first sentence of the last paragraph, the pronoun “this” refers to _________.

  A. survey B. question

  C. answering D. personal interviewing

  40. According to the last paragraph, one of the advantages of the personal interviewing is _________.

  A. the interviewer can ask the interviewee questions again in different ways

  B. the interviewer can ask the interviewee some personal questions

  C. the initial question does not produce the information desired

  D. no one is present to clarify questions

 

 

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Public buses running on Beijing’s streets are more eye-catching compared with their former dull color.   66   , five or six years ago, when many other Chinese cities began to   67    their public buses with   68    advertisements, Beijing remained unmoved, allegedly  69    of consideration for maintaining the stately grace of the capital.

But Beijing’s ‘lofty posture’ did not   70   long under the pressure of the market economy. Since 1993, most public buses have been  71      with brightly colored ads, many featuring    72     images.

Public transportation companies were the first group 73    from the move. The No. 300 Bus alone has annually   74      4 million yuan of ad earnings to its company. At the same time, business people are happy to find a comparatively cheap,  75     widely influential, advertising medium.

Advertising on buses, a form quickly accepted by Beijing residents, adds a new    76   line to the city, instead of    77    the capital’s image.

The Chinese attitude towards advertisements has changed greatly.  78  from sight for a long period, commercial ads reappeared in 1979, but they were     79    .

Today, however, advertisements are    80    entering daily life. More and more urban residents are becoming accustomed to    81     shopping information in this way.    82   recent years, the Beijing TV Station     83      an advertising program, TV Market. The diverse,    84     forms and practical contents have enabled it to gain high ratings.

Advertising is no longer considered non-essential. It is now a major part of the tertiary sector,      85     special government attention.

 

66. Therefore          B. However         C. So             D. While

67.  A. A. decorate           B. draw            C. perform         D. confirm

68. A. bright             B. gloomy          C. colorful         D. free

69. A. because            B. part             C. regardless       D. out

70. A. last               B. extend           C. carry           D. detach

71. A. wrapped up        B. made up          C. taken up        D. given up

72. A. optimistic          B. striking          C. deluxe          D. fake

73. A. entertaining        B. handicapping      C. benefiting       D. judging

74. A turned out          B. turned in          C. turned back     D. turned over

75. A. yet               B. so                C. for            D. or

76. A. sight              B. scene             C. scenery        D. scenic

77. A. making            B. damaging         C. revealing       D. disappearing

78. A. Vanished           B. Vanishing         C. To vanish      D. Having vanished

79. A. welcomed          B. praised           C. considered     D. cold-shouldered

80. A. decreasingly        B. increasingly       C. mainly         D. importantly

81. A. acquire            B. be acquired        C. acquiring       D. being acquired

82. A. In                B. From             C. On             D. Around

83. A. carried            B. launched          C. appeared        D. freighted

84. A. live               B. alive             C. lively           D. alike

85. A. receive            B. receives           C. received         D. receiving

 

 

 

 

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DCDA

 

66.B   A. Therefore 因此)B. However然而 C. So 所以 D. While当……时

67.A   A. decorate 装饰,装潢B. drawC. perform 表演 D. confirm(确定)

68.C   A. bright(明亮的)B. gloomy(黑暗,阴沉的)

C. colorful(五彩的,有颜色的)D. free(免费的)

69.D   A. because (因为) B. part (部分)        

C. regardless(不顾,不考虑)D. out(在。。。外面)

70.A   A. last(持续)B. extend(延伸)C. carry(带着)D. detach(使…分开)

71.A   A. wrapped up(披裹着) B. made up(组成)     

C. taken up(占据) D. given up(放弃)

72.B   A. optimistic (乐观的)B. striking(显著的,惹人注意的)     

C. deluxe (豪华的 D. fake(伪造的)

73.C  A. entertaining(娱乐)B. handicapping(缺陷,不利)

      C. benefiting(获益)D. judging(裁定)

74.D  A turned out(结果是)          B. turned in(上交)

      C. turned back(转动)          D. turned over(移交)

75.A   A. yet(然而、却)B. so C. for D. or

76.D  A. sight(视觉)  B. scene(景象)

C. scenery(风景)D. scenic(自然风景的)

77. B  A. making(制造) B. damaging(毁坏)

C. revealing(揭露)   D. disappearing(失望)

78.D   Having vanished(消失一段时期是完成态,这里是现在分词短语作状语)

79.D  A. welcomed (欢迎的) B. praised(表扬的)

      C. considered(考虑的)D. cold-shouldered

80. B A. decreasingly(减少地)B. increasingly(增加地)

      C. mainly (主要地)D. importantly(重要地)

81.C  Be/become accustomed(习惯的) to doing sth 相当于be used to doing sth

习惯于做某事

82.A   In 在最近几年

83.A  A. carried(携带、播送、播放)B. launched(投入)     

C. appeared(出现)              D. freighted(负担)

84. C A. live(居住,新鲜的)B. alive(活着的         

C. lively(充满活力的)D. alike(与。。。相像)

85.D  receiving special government attention做后置定语,得到政府注意的第三

产业部门。

 

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