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2015年6月英语四级参考答案【卷一、卷二、卷三】

2015年6月英语四级参考答案   2015年6月英语四级参考答案【试卷一】   2015年6月英语四级参考答…

2015年6月英语四级参考答案【卷一、卷二、卷三】

2015年6月英语四级参考答案

  2015年6月英语四级参考答案【试卷一】

  2015年6月英语四级参考答案【试卷二】

  2015年6月英语四级参考答案【试卷三】

  写作答案

  The Impact of Mobile Phone Use on Education

  The presented picture reflects a common trend in the way people are educated nowadays. In this picture, the mother is going to walk her son to school. But according to the son, he doesn’t really need to go to school since the phone in his hand already knows everything. The picture reveals the impact of mobile phone use on education.

  Can mobile phone replace traditional class in school? I don’t think so. First of all, students can develop their own way and habit of learning under the guidance of the teachers, which can benefit their life-long learning. Secondly, every subject of education in school is systematic, such as Chinese, mathematics, science and philosophy. Education should not be considered as information fragments that we randomly collect on the mobile phones. Last but not least, students can have exact face-to-face communication with their teachers and classmates, which will help to cultivate their communicative abilities.

  In conclusion, mobile phone use is a convenient way of obtaining information, but it is still necessary that we attend school to get formal education.

  听力答案

  短对话

  1. A. The woman should go on playing chess.

  2. D. Mary probably knows Sally’s new address.

  3. B. His notes are not easy to read.

  4. D. The man had better choose another restaurant.

  5. C. He has been looking forward to spring.

  6. B. The man appreciates the woman’s help.

  7. B. Go to work on foot.

  8. A. Temporary closing has disturbed the airport’s operation.

  长对话一

  9. C. It has a chemical processing plant.

  10. D. He’s a salesman.

  11. C. Mr. Grand’s personal assistance.

  12. B. Provide details of their products and services.

  长对话二

  13. A. She listened to recordings of many European orchestras.

  14. D. She began taking violin lessons as a small child.

  15. A. It was the chance of a lifetime.

  短文1答案

  16. B) His personal history is little known.

  17. D) He was a member of the town council.

  18. C) Possible sources of clues about him were lost in a fire.

  短文2答案

  19. A) Theft.

  20. B) Have the right documents.

  21. B) Use official transport.

  短文1&2 点评

  Passage One

  16. What does the speaker say about William Shakespeare?

  答案:B) His personal history is little known.

  17. What do we learn about Shakespeare’s father?

  答案:D) He was a member of the town council.

  18. Why does the speaker say parts of Shakespeare’s life will remain a mystery?

  答案:C) Possible sources of clues about him were lost in a fire.

  Passage Two

  19. What is mentioned as a most common danger when people go travelling abroad?

  答案:A) Theft.

  20. What is the most important thing to do when you prepare for your trip abroad?

  答案:B) Have the right documents.

  21. What does the speaker suggest you do when you arrive at your destination?

  答案:B) Use official transport.

  短文3答案

  22. C) Sell inexpensive products.

  23. A) At a meeting of top British businesspeople.

  24. D) Insulted.

  25. B) There should be a limit to one’s sense of humour.

  听力填空答案

  26. prospering

  27. decade

  28. opposite

  29. sustain

  30. In simple terms

  31. establish

  32. reasonably

  33. take into account

  34. misleading

  35. using up

  阅读答案

  选词填空答案

  36. H. passively

  37. F. harmful

  38. I. previously

  39. L. surfing

  40. C. decade

  41. A. climbed

  42. G. outcomes

  43. E. effective

  44. B. consume

  45. D. determine

  长篇阅读答案

  46. F

  47. B

  48. M

  49. C

  50. E

  51. Q

  52. G

  53. P

  54. J

  55. D

  Passage One

  56. D – People with no college degree do not easily find work.

  57. B – A rapid technological advance

  58. A – Economic growth will slow down

  59. C – Even wealthy people must work longer to live comfortably in retirement.

  60. D – Skills are highly valued regardless of age.

  Passage Two

  61. C – The decline of the grain yield growth.

  62. A – Their self-sufficiency is vital to the stability of world food markets.

  63. D – They force more on the increase of animal feed than food grains.

  64. D – The world will be able to feed its population without increasing farmland.

  65. B – It is based on a doubtful assumption.

  翻译答案

  在西方人心目中,和中国联系最为密切的基本食物是大米。长期以来,大米在中国人的饮食中占据很重要的地位,以至于有谚语说“巧妇难为无米之炊”。中国南方大多数种植水稻,人们通常以大米为食;而华北大部分地区因为过于寒冷或过于干燥,无法种植水稻,那里的主要作物是小麦。在中国,有些人用面粉做面包,但大多数人用面粉做馒头和面条。

  In the mind of Westerners, Chinese people have the closest connection to rice, basic food for the Chinese. For a long time, rice occupies a very important position in the Chinese diet. There is even a saying that “even a clever housewife cannot cook a meal without rice”. People in south China plant and live on rice, while people in the most parts of North China cannot plant rice due to excessively dry and cold weather. The main crop there is wheat. In China, some people use flour to bake bread, while most people make steamed bread and noodles with flour.

  2015年6月英语四级参考答案【试卷二】

  写作答案

  Using Computer Wisely

  The comic reflects the image of our modern world in which technology has been an inseparable part of people’s daily life. As is shown, the man in the picture uses a laptop at work and home, for business and entertainment, so obsessed that he even dreams about bending over his laptop.

  It is undeniable that this has been a common scene and the overuse of computers has aroused great concern. In my opinion, people should be cautious of the excessive use of computers for the following reasons. In the first place, it will inevitably affect people’s health if they sit before computers and stare at the screens for long hours, which may result in muscle pain and visual impair. Secondly, playing computers alone isolates people from others. Relationships in the real world are maintained through human contact and spending time with each other instead of chitchatting online. In summary, people should cut down their computer use for health and social reasons. Computers are not controllers but tools in our life.

  听力答案

  短对话【答案】

  1. A. The woman should go on playing chess.

  2. D. Mary probably knows Sally’s new address.

  3. B. His notes are not easy to read.

  4. D. The man had better choose another restaurant.

  5. C. He has been looking forward to spring.

  6. B. The man appreciates the woman’s help.

  7. B. Go to work on foot.

  8. A. Temporary closing has disturbed the airport’s operation.

  长对话一

  9. C. It has a chemical processing plant.

  10. D. He’s a salesman.

  11. C. Mr. Grand’s personal assistance.

  12. B. Provide details of their products and services.

  长对话二

  13. A. She listened to recordings of many European orchestras.

  14. D. She began taking violin lessons as a small child.

  15. A. It was the chance of a lifetime.

  短文1答案

  16. B) His personal history is little known.

  17. D) He was a member of the town council.

  18. C) Possible sources of clues about him were lost in a fire.

  短文2答案

  19. A) Theft.

  20. B) Have the right documents.

  21. B) Use official transport.

  短文3答案

  22. C) Sell inexpensive products.

  23. A) At a meeting of top British businesspeople.

  24. D) Insulted.

  25. B) There should be a limit to one’s sense of humour.

  听力填空答案

  26. prospering

  27. decade

  28. opposite

  29. sustain

  30. In simple terms

  31. establish

  32. reasonably

  33. take into account

  34. misleading

  35. using up

  阅读答案

  选词填空答案

  36. A) announcing

  37. K) entitled

  38. G) critically

  39. L) potential

  40. D) commitment

  41. H) develop

  42. J) enhance

  43. O) retain

  44. E) component

  45. C) challenges

  阅读匹配答案

  46. K

  47. A

  48. G

  49. I

  50. B

  51. D

  52. E

  53. H

  54. F

  55. J

  46. Some people propose laws be made to stop McDonald’s from attaching toys to its food specials for children.

  47. Fast-food firms may not be able to cope with pressures from food regulation in the near future.

  48. Burger King will start to sell Seattle’s Best coffee to increase sales.

  49. Some fast-food firms provide healthy food to give the impression they are helping to tackle the obesity problem.

  50. During the recession, many customers turned to fast food to save money.

  51. Many people eat out less often to save money in times of recession.

  52. During the recession, Burger King’s promotional strategy of offering low-priced items often proved ineffective.

  53. Fast-food restaurants can make a lot of money by selling breakfast.

  54. Many fast-food companies now expect to increase their revenue by introducing higher-priced items.

  55. A newly-passed law asks big fast-food chains to specify the calorie count of what they serve on the menu.

  仔细阅读答案

  Passage One

  56. B) It will protect them from sunburn.

  57. A) It is ineffective in preventing melanomas.

  58. D) Daily application of sunscreen helps reduce the incidence of melanomas.

  59. A) It misleads people to rely on sunscreen for protection.

  60. A) Using both covering up and sunscreen.

  Passage Two

  61. B) Well-educated people tend to work longer.

  62. B) A rapid technological advance.

  63. A) Economic growth will slow down.

  64. C) Even wealthy people must work longer to live comfortably in retirement.

  65. D) Skills are highly valued regardless of age.

  翻译答案

  中国是世界上最古老的文明之一。构成现代世界基础的许多元素起源于中国。中国现在拥有世界上发展最快的经济,并正经历着一次新的工业革命。中国还启动了雄心勃勃的太空探索计划,其中包括到2020年建成的一个太空站。目前,中国是世界最大的出口国之一,并正在吸引大量外国投资。同时,它也在海外投资数十亿美元。2011年,中国超越日本成为世界第二大经济体。

  China is one of the oldest civilizations in the world. Many elements that make up the foundation of the modern world originated in China. China now is the world’s fastest growing economy, and is experiencing a new industrial revolution. China has also launched an ambitious space exploration program which includes a space station in 2020. At present, China is the world’s largest exporter, and is attracting a lot of foreign investment. At the same time, it is also investing billions of dollars abroad. In 2011, China overtook Japan to become the world’s second largest economy.

  2015年6月英语四级参考答案【试卷三】

  写作答案

  Should Parents Decide Children’s Life?

  In this illustration, we can see that a teenage girl happily informs her mother of the news that she is admitted to the college which her mother has selected for her. The picture implies the great influence that parents have on their children’s decisions. Choosing college for them is a typical example.

  It is evident that parents’ thoughts and behaviors shape how their children think and behave. However, in my opinion, it is inappropriate for parents to make every major life decision for their children. For one thing, each child is an individual with his own character. Children’s perceptions of life may be different from their parents’, so their choices may diverge. For another, parents cannot fully comprehend what their children want or need and therefore their decision is not necessarily the best choice for their children.

  All in all, it is advisable that parents respect their children’s choices and let them be the masters of their own lives.

  听力答案

  短对话【答案】

  1. A. The woman should go on playing chess.

  2. D. Mary probably knows Sally’s new address.

  3. B. His notes are not easy to read.

  4. D. The man had better choose another restaurant.

  5. C. He has been looking forward to spring.

  6. B. The man appreciates the woman’s help.

  7. B. Go to work on foot.

  8. A. Temporary closing has disturbed the airport’s operation.

  长对话一

  9. C. It has a chemical processing plant.

  10. D. He’s a salesman.

  11. C. Mr. Grand’s personal assistance.

  12. B. Provide details of their products and services.

  长对话二

  13. A. She listened to recordings of many European orchestras.

  14. D. She began taking violin lessons as a small child.

  15. A. It was the chance of a lifetime.

  短文1答案

  16. B) His personal history is little known.

  17. D) He was a member of the town council.

  18. C) Possible sources of clues about him were lost in a fire.

  短文2答案

  19. A) Theft.

  20. B) Have the right documents.

  21. B) Use official transport.

  短文3答案

  22. C) Sell inexpensive products.

  23. A) At a meeting of top British businesspeople.

  24. D) Insulted.

  25. B) There should be a limit to one’s sense of humour.

  听力填空答案

  26. prospering

  27. decade

  28. opposite

  29. sustain

  30. In simple terms

  31. establish

  32. reasonably

  33. take into account

  34. misleading

  35. using up

  阅读答案

  选词填空答案

  36. A) assets

  37. E) excellent

  38. L) origin

  39. N) up-to-date

  40. B) attend

  41. G) guidelines

  42. C) aware

  43. H) involved

  44. D) especially

  45. O) volunteering

  匹配答案

  46. Steve Jobs called on Stanford graduates to innovate in his commencement address.

  O) Mr. Jobs ended…

  47. Steve Jobs considered himself lucky to have been fired once by Apple.

  N) Mr. Jobs suggested…

  48. Steve Jobs once used computers to make movies that were commercial hits.

  M) There is no conclusive proof…

  49. Many governments have done more than the US government in providing the raw materials for innovation.

  D) “We can look at…”

  50. Great innovator are good at connecting concepts from various academic fields.

  J) “The academics identify five traits that…”

  51. Innovation is vital to driving economic progress.

  C) “Above all, …”

  52. America has a social environment that is particularly favorable to innovation.

  E) “Yet what other nations typically lack, …”

  53. Innovative ideas often come from diverse experiences.

  H) “His path was unique, …”

  54. Real-life experience is often more important than formal education for career success.

  F) “Workers of every rank are told…”

  55. Apple’s fortunes suffered from an innovation discount during Job’s absence.

  L) “Apple, by their calculations, …”

  仔细阅读 1&2 答案

  56. C) The decline of the grain yield growth.

  57. A) Their self-sufficiency is vital to the stability of world food markets.

  58. D) They force more on the increase of animal feed than food grains.

  59. D) The world will be able to feed its population without increasing farmland.

  60. B) It is based on a doubtful assumption.

  61. B) People’s changing attitudes towards family.

  62. C) Their number is too small to make a difference.

  63. A) A long leave will have a negative impact on their career.

  64. B) Surprise.

  65. D) They will still face the difficult choice between career an children.

  翻译答案

  据报道,今年中国快递服务(courier service)将递送大约120亿件包裹。这将使中国有可能超越美国成为世界上最大的快递市场。大多数包裹里装着网上订购的物品。中国给数百万在线零售商以极具竞争力的价格销售商品的机会。仅在11月11日,中国消费者就从国内最大的购物平台购买了价值90亿美元的商品。中国有不少这样的特殊购物日。因此,快递业在中国扩展就不足为奇了。

  It is reported that China’s express courier service will deliver about 12 billion packages this year. China could overtake the United States as the world’s largest express market. Most package are for items ordered online. China provides opportunities to millions of online retailers to sell goods at very competitive prices. Only on November 11th, Chinese consumers bought $ 9 billion worth of goods from the nation’s largest shopping platform. There are many such special shopping days in China. Therefore, the expansion of express industry is not surprising at all.

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