国家开放大学2024年春《商务英语1》Unit 1-8 Self-test汇总参考答案174题

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二、翻译:从以下A、B、C三个选项中选出与英文最适合的中文翻译。

A job interview is a kind of employment test and usually very formal.   1  

A.工作面试既是一种就业测试,也是形式上必要的。

B.求职面试是一种就业测试,通常都很正式。

C.工作会谈是一种雇佣测试,通常是很注意方式的。

2. In order to be employed, you need to make a very good first impression.   2  

A.为了工作,你需要做出一个良好的第一印象。

B.为了受聘,你需要给人一个深刻的良好印象。

C.为了得到工作,你需要给人一个良好的第一印象。

3. It looks like you achieved a lot during your time at university.   3  

A.它看起来像你在上大学时取得优异成绩。

B.看起来你在上大学时取得了很大成就。

C.看起来你在上大学时得到了很多。

4. If you need any help, please feel free to contact Mr. Zhang.   4  

A.如果你需要任何帮助,请随时联系张先生。

B.如果你需要任何帮助,请自由联系张先生。

C.如果你需要任何帮助,请在有空时联系张先生。

5.They send in a letter (or an email) and also a resume as well.   5  

A.他们发一封信(或电子邮件),同时也发一份简历。

B.他们发一封信(或电子邮件),不过还是发一份简历好。

C.他们发一封信(或电子邮件),不妨发一份好的简历。

答案是:B||C||B||A||A

I hope our plan will  by the board.

approve

be approving

be approved

答案是:be approved

二、听力理解:请听下面的对话,根据对话内容填入相应的句子或短语。

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Could you tell me how you ship the goods?   1  

2. But we hope you can make a direct shipment.   2  

3. When can you effect shipment? I'm worried about late shipment.   3  

4. That’ll be too late.Can you do something about it to advance the shipment to April.   4  

5. Will you take the responsibility of chartering a ship.   5  

A. Around in June.

B. It'll be hard to handle.The aerliest possible date of delivery would be the end of May.

C. We really ship the goods by regular liner.

D. Under FOB terms,the buyer is responsible for chartering a ship or booking the shipping space.

E. It'll be hard to handle.The aerliest possible date of delivery would be the end of May.

答案是:C||E||A||B||D

二、阅读理解:请听下面的对话,根据对话内容从A、B、C三个选项中选出一个最佳选项。

If you don’t have much experience of making phone calls in English, making a business call can be a worrying experience. Most business people, unless they feel very confident, prepare for an important phone call in a foreign language by making notes in advance. And during the call they make notes while they’re talking to help them to remember what was said. Although it’s quick and convenient to phone someone to give them information or to ask questions, the disadvantage is that there is nothing in writing to help you to remember what was said. It’s essential to make notes and often when an agreement is reached on the phone, one of the speakers will send a fax or e-mail to confirm the main points that were made. Because it’s so easy to be misunderstood when talking on the phone, it’s a good idea to repeat any important information (especially numbers and names) back to the other person to make sure you’ve got it right. Always make sure you know the name of the person you’re talking to. If necessary, ask them to spell it out to you, so that you can make sure you’ve got it right----and try to use their name during the call. And make sure that they know your name too. 

1. If you don’t have much experience of making phone calls in English, making a business call can be     1   .

A.an easy thing

B.a happy experience

C.a painful thing

2.Most business people prepare for an important phone call in a foreign language by making notes in advance because     2   .

A.they are very careful

B.they don’t feel confident enouth

C.they don’t want to miss any important information

3. When the speakers reach an agreement on the phone,   3    will send a fax or e-mail in order to confirm the main points that were made. 

 A.one of them

 B.both of them

 C.none of them

4.What does “it” refer to in the first sentence in Paragraph Four ----“…it’s a good idea to repeat any important information (especially numbers and names) back to the other person to make sure you’ve got it right”?    4  

A.important information

B.the other person

C.a good idea

5.The best title of this passage is    5   .

A.The Importance of Taking Notes

B.Business Calls

C.Talking on the Phone

答案是:C||C||A||A||B

二、翻译:从以下A、B、C三个选项中选出与英文最适合的中文翻译。

1.We’ve prepared the name cards to be put on the conference table for guests to sit by.   1  

A.我们已经准备了名片,放置在会议桌上提供给来宾。

B.我们已经准备了名单,提醒来宾放在会议桌上。

C.我们已经准备在会议桌上放置桌签,以便来宾按桌签就坐。

2.It’s a way to avoid uncomfortable silences and build stronger relationships.   2  

A.用了这种方式,结果避免了令人不快的沉默并且建立了更牢固的关系。

B.这是一种避免不自在的沉默并且建立更牢固关系的方式。

C.为了避免令人不快的沉默并且建立更牢固关系,需要一种方式。

3.Then the report was followed by a heated discussion.   3  

A.报告之后是大家热烈的讨论。

B.热烈的讨论之后是一个报告。

C.报告和讨论都进行的很热烈。

4.When familiar guests meet each other, a greeting with a friendly smiling, nodding or shaking hands is usually a decent way to show your good manners.   4  

A.当与熟悉的人见面时,以友好的微笑、点头或者握手致意,通常是一种显示良好教养的得体方式。

B.当与熟悉的人见面时,为了显示良好的教养,他们以得体的方式友好微笑、点头或者握手。

C.当与熟悉的人见面时,人们友好微笑、点头或者握手报以致意,以这样一种得体的方式显示了他们良好的教养。

5.If there are any items you would like to list on the agenda, please let me know by e-mail before the end of this week.   5  

A.如果各位想要参加会议,请在本周末之前通过电子邮件与我联系。

B.如果各位有想纳入会议议程表的事项,请在本周末之前通过电子邮件与我联系。

C.如果各位有事项想要纳入会议议程表,请在本周末之前告知我电子邮件地址。

答案是:C||B||A||A||B

二、阅读理解:阅读下面的对话,选择合适的内容将对话补充完整。 

Dear Sirs,

Account No.8756

  1  

2.   2  

3.    3  

4.    4  

5.    5  

A. Your prompt attention to this matter would be greatly appreciated. If you have any questions regarding this account, please contact our office as soon as possible.

B. Regards,

Lily

C. Please note that your account No.8756 was already a month overdue. As you are usually very prompt in settling your accounts, we wonder whether there is any special reason.

D. If payment has recently been made, please accept our thanks and ignore this reminder.

E. We think you may not have received the statement of account we sent you on August 30 showing the balance of US$ 80,000 you owe. We are sending you a copy and hope it may have your early attention.

答案是:C||E||A||D||B

As a rule, the buyer is responsible for  a ship or booking the shipping space.

making

using

chartering

答案是:chartering

二、阅读理解:阅读下面的短文,根据文章内容进行判断,正确为“T”,错误为“F”。

It’s clear that success and failure are important and common topics. Every business has its ups and downs, and so does every person. In other words, sometimes we succeed and sometimes we fail. Another common way of saying this is “You win some and you lose some.” Nobody wins all the time, not even in the great success stories that we read or hear about.

Think of a successful entrepreneur. Now, do you think that person achieved great success on his first attempt? In 99% of cases, the answer is no. Every successful businessperson learned through failure. Now have a look at your favorite business news site. You’ll see that almost every story can be put into either the category of success or that of failure. Businesses either grow or shrink but they don’t remain the same.

Every person has his or her ups and downs.   1  

2. A common saying “You win some and you lose some” means that sometimes we succeed and sometimes we fail.   2  

3. 99% of successful businessmen achieved great success on their first try.   3  

4. Successful businessmen learn through failure.   4  

5. Businesses either shrink or remain the same.   5  

答案是:T||T||F||T||F

It is a fact his wife, Josephine Dickson, always had some minor accidents.

that

what

which

答案是:that

二、阅读理解:阅读下面的短文,根据文章内容从A、B、C三个选项中选出一个最佳选项。

How to Employ and Apply

When a company needs to employ new people, it may advertise the job in a newspaper or on a website. However nowadays, people more often find such advertisements on a website.

Then people, who are interested, can apply for the job. They send in a letter (or an email) and also a resume (or CV) as well.

The two parts are very important in job-hunting. The former is used to apply for a certain position. The latter is used to introduce his or her education background and work experiences. 

But more and more companies may often ask people to fill out a standard form. The company’s Human Resources Department will then select the most suitable people to attend an interview. 

1. According to the passage, where can we find job advertisements more often nowadays?   1   .

A. In a magazine.

B.In a newspaper.

C.On a website.

2.How do people apply for a job?    2   .

A.By phone.

B.By email.

C.Go to visit the company.

3. Besides the application letter, what else is also important?   3     

 A.A resume.

 B.A picture.

 C.A certificate.

4.What do companies provide to job applicants nowadays before they apply for jobs?    4  

A.A standard form.

B.An invitation letter.

C.An email address.

5.Who is in charge of selecting the applicants for the coming interview?   5   .

A.The manager of the company.

B.The Human Resources Department.

C.The secretary of the manager.

答案是:

二、听力理解:请听下面的对话,根据对话内容从A、B、C三个选项中选出一个最佳选项。

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What did John ask Linda to do for him?   1  

A. He asked her to meet the guests. 

B. He asked her to make a detailed schedule for him. 

C. He asked her to make a cup of tea for him.

2. What is Mr. Jones’s position in his company?   2  

A. He is the president of Bestway Co.

B. He is the general manager of Nile Co.

C. He is the sales manager of Lee Brothers’.

3. What will they do at 2:30 tomorrow afternoon?   3  

A. They’ll meet the guests.

B. They’ll have trade fairs. 

C. They’ll have a board meeting.

4. The board meeting will be finished at tomorrow afternoon.   4  

A. 2:30

B. 3:30

C. 4:30

5. Who’ll meet Mr. Lee tomorrow afternoon?   5  

A. Bob

B. John

C. Linda

答案是:

二、阅读理解:阅读下面的短文,根据文章内容从A、B、C三个选项中选出一个最佳选项。

You may get consumers who want very high quality services satisfied, but at a higher price. And the people who want no-frills service and cheap product will also get it at the other end of the market. So competition allows a range of variety to occur in a market.

The benefit to society of competition is that it makes a major contribution to the fundamental economic issue, which is the scarcity of productive resources. It means that on the production side, there is maximum pressure to conserve the use of those scarce productive resources. On the demand side it also rations consumer demand appropriately, and it also tends to mean that the variety of consumer needs can be met.

From the first paragraph of the passage we can know that usually there are   1    kinds of consumers who may get satisfied in a market.

A. two

B. three

C. four

2. What does “it” in the first sentence of paragraph 2 refer to?   2  

A. fundamental economic issue

B. the scarcity of productive resources

C. The benefit of competition

3. The sentence in paragraph 1“So competition allows a range of variety to occur in a market” means   3   .

A. competition makes the market supply various products and services

B. competition makes a lot of things occur in a market

C. competition makes different things occur in a market

4. On the demand side competition also   4    appropriately.

A. meets consumer needs

B. makes consumer rational

C. makes consumer satisfied

5. The best title of this passage is   5   .

A. Fundamental Economic Issue

B. The Benefit of Competition

C. Consumer Demand and Market

答案是:

二、阅读理解:阅读下面的短文,根据文章内容从A、B、C三个选项中选出一个最佳选项。

February 1, 2015

Dear Ms. Lin,

Special Requirements for Packing (Order No. MI 063)

With reference to the order of woolen gloves above, the packing instructions 1 (list) as follows:

• The woolen gloves 2 (pack) in twenty boxes, and the boxes 3 (pack) in a carton. All the boxes 4 (put) close together in order to avoid being flattened.

• The carton 5 (line) with waterproof cloth inside and 6 (strap) with metal bands outside, which is strong enough for sea transportation.

• Small holes 7 (make) in the waterproof cloth to let the moisture out.

Please 8 (follow) the packing instructions above. Thank you for your attention.

Yours sincerely,

Daniel Anderson

The woolen gloves should be .   1  

A. packed in a carton

B. strong enough

C. packed in twenty boxes

2. All the boxes were put close together .   2  

A. for sea transportation

B. to avoid being crushed

C. to be in good order

3. The carton was strapped with metal bands outside .   3  

A. to be strong enough

B. to let the moisture out

C. to be waterproof

4. To let the moisture out, small holes should be made .   4  

A. in twenty boxes

B. in the waterproof cloth

C. in the carton

5. The main purpose of the letter is to .   5  

A. order woolen gloves

B. follow packing instructions

C. make packing instructions

答案是:

We try our best toyour requirement.

make

meet

get

答案是:

二、阅读理解:阅读下面的短文,根据文章内容进行判断,正确为“T”,错误为“F”。

Success and Failure

It’s clear that success and failure are important and common topics. Every business has its ups and downs, and so does every person. In other words, sometimes we succeed and sometimes we fail. Another common way of saying this is “You win some and you lose some.” Nobody wins all the time, not even in the great success stories that we read or hear about.

Think of a successful entrepreneur. Now, do you think that person achieved great success on their first attempt? In 99% of cases, the answer is no. Every successful businessperson learned through failure. Now have a look at your favorite business news site. You’ll see that almost every story can be put into either the category of success or that of failure. Businesses either grow or shrink but they don’t remain the same.

Every person has his or her ups and downs.   1  

2. A common saying “You win some and you lose some” means that sometimes we succeed and sometimes we fail.   2  

3. Ninety nine percent of successful businessmen achieved great success on their first try.   3  

4. Successful businessmen learn through failure.   4  

5. Businesses either shrink or remain the same.   5  

答案是:

二、阅读理解:阅读下面的短文,根据文章内容从A、B、C三个选项中选出一个最佳选项。

Accounting is More Than Numbers

    Accounting could date back to about 7,000 years ago. People of that time relied on old accounting methods to record the growth of crops and herds. Accounting has greatly developed with the growth of joint-stock companies.

    When you think of accounting, you may find pages of tables and numbers. That image doesn’t usually give you too much excitement. When you have your own business, though, those numbers come to mean the world to you because they give you the record of how much money you’ve earned or lost.

    Actually, accounting is not simply about strange dollar amounts or boring numbers; they’re your sales figures, your costs, and your profits. In other words, accounting is a language of business. Once you know how to work with those numbers, how to read those numbers and how to read the story they tell, you will be able to manage your business toward greater success.

Accounting could date back to about   1    years ago.

A. 7,000

B. 6,000

C. 5,000

2. People in the old days relied on old accounting methods to record   2   .

A. how much money they had

B. management of their business

C. the growth of crops and herds

3. Accounting has greatly changed with the development of   3   .

A. crops and herds

B. joint-stock companies

C. internet companies

4. Accounting is very important in your business because it shows   4   .

A. how much money you’ve earned or lost

B. pages full of tables and numbers

C. strange dollar amounts or boring numbers

5. According to the writer, accounting is   5   .

A. a language of business

B. your sales figures, your costs, and your profits

C. Both A and B

答案是:

18 of the EU members have replaced their national currencies by Euro notes and coins ______ 2002.

for

at

since

答案是:

二、听力理解:请听下面的对话,根据对话内容填入相应的句子或短语。

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Remittance is the common way of   1   .

2. Checking a remittance needs    2   .

3. Two modes of remittance are mentioned in the dialog    3   .

4. Different modes of remittance    4   .

5. Usually it costs more time    5   .

A. remittance by cable and remittance by mail

B. to transfer funds by mail than by cable

C. a customer’s name and account number

D. transferring funds among different places

E. take different working days

答案是:

二、阅读理解:阅读下面的短文,根据文章内容从A、B、C三个选项中选出一个最佳选项。

Earle Dickson worked for a company manufacturing gauze and tape called Johnson & Johnson. We will never know the reason, but it is a fact that his wife, Josephine Dickson, always had some minor accidents. During the first week of their marriage, she hurt herself twice with the kitchen knife. After that, it just went from bad to worse. It seemed that Josephine was always cutting herself.

One day Earle Dickson had an idea. He sat down with some tape and gauze and a pair of scissors. Then he cut the tape into strips. In the middle of each strip he stuck a little square of gauze. From then on, whenever Josephine had an accident, ready-made bandages were on hand for her to use quickly and without a lot of fuss.

At Johnson & Johnson, people heard about these new bandages which could be put on in thirty seconds. Soon the company started to try these bandages on the market. Slowly they were accepted by the public. Four years later, in 1924, the company installed machines for mass producing the new product, with the trade name BAND-AID.

When did Mrs. Dickson often cut herself?   1  

     A. When she did gardening.

     B. When she did cooking.       

     C. When she did shopping.            

2. Why did Mr. Dickson decide to make the bandages by himself?   2  

     A. Because he was interested in studying them.            

     B. Because the company asked him to do it.         

     C. Because his wife was often in a mass when she cut herself.

3. What does the word “ready-made” mean for?   3  

     A. It means something you need to prepare.

     B. It means something you have to make by yourself.

     C. It means something you can use at once.

4. What is the main reason for company’s mass production on the bandages Mr. Dickson invented?   4  

     A. The bandages are cheap for workers.

     B. The bandages are necessary for women.

     C. The bandages are welcomed by people.

5. What is the best title for this passage?   5  

     A. The Invention of BAND-AID

     B. The Instruction to BAND-AID

     C. The Products of BAND-AID

答案是:

There was  in the meeting room as the general manager predicted the company’s sales target.

silence

silent

silently

答案是:

二、阅读理解:阅读下面的短文,根据文章内容进行判断,正确为“T”,错误为“F”。

Small Talk Before a Meeting

This is a situation you’ve probably experienced many times: you arrive for a meeting ten minutes early. There are several people already there. You say hello and then … What do you talk about? What do you say?

In this situation, you need to be able to make small talk. Small talk is an informal conversation. We use the term “small talk” because it is not about exchanging information or making decisions or having a serious discussion. It’s a way to avoid uncomfortable silences and build stronger relationships.

Small talk might seem to be about nothing important, but it is important in itself. Being able to make small talk will allow you to make yourself part of a group. It will set the stage for more serious types of communication.

1.Small talk is a kind of formal dialog.   1  

2. The term “small talk” means there are only two persons in the dialog.   2  

3. Small talk is a useful ice-breaker and can build stronger relationships.   3  

4. Small talk is not at all important.   4  

5. Making small talk will allow you to be a member of a group.   5  

答案是:

Sometimes buyers only purchase some , tangible or intangible.

real estates

assets

houses

答案是:

二、翻译:从以下A、B、C三个选项中选出与英文最适合的中文翻译。

No problem, I will handle it for you.   1  

A. 没问题,我来替你控制这个手柄。

B. 没问题,我为你操纵这个手柄。

C. 没问题,我来替你处理这个事情。

2. A free market is an economic system in which the price of goods and services is affected by supply and demand rather than controlled by a government.   2  

A. 自由市场是一种经济体系,其中的商品和服务价格往往受供给和需求的影响,而不是由政府来控制。

B. 在一个自由的市场经济体系中,商品和服务的价格是由供给和需求所决定,而不是受政府的影响。

C. 自由市场是一种经济体系,在这个体系中,商品和服务的价格不仅由供给和需求所决定,也由政府来控制。

3. However, some tend to purchase intangible ones, like shares, futures, etc.    3  

A. 然而,一些人趋向购买无形的资产,他们喜欢股票、期货等。

B. 然而,一些人趋向购买无形的资产,例如股票、期货等。  

C. 然而,一些人趋向购买无形的资产,他们喜欢分享期货等。  

4. So in markets, price matters a lot.   4  

A. 所以在市场上,价格很重要。

B. 所以在市场上,价格意味着很多。

C. 所以在市场上,价格方面的事情很多。

5. The profits of our company increases steadily.   5  

A. 我们公司的利润总是在增长。

B. 我们公司的利润一直在增长。

C. 我们公司的利润稳步增长。

答案是:

Goods are carried by several  of transport--on road or rail, by sea or air.

means

roads

ships

答案是:

二、阅读理解:阅读下面的短文,根据文章内容从A、B、C三个选项中选出一个最佳选项。

Exports are either raw materials or manufactured goods. Raw materials are products of the land, such as cotton, timber or rubber. Some raw materials, such as iron ore, come from mines. These raw materials are often exported by the countries that produce them to other countries where they are made into manufactured goods.

Some countries produce food for export, for example, meat, sugar, or cereals such as wheat and maize. These countries are agricultural countries. An agricultural country needs fertile land and a good climate. A cold, dry climate is not suitable for agriculture.

A country which produces manufactured goods is known as an industrialized country. An industrialized country cannot always produce enough food for its own needs. In this case, it does not export foodstuffs. Instead it has to import them. It relies on exports of manufactured products and pays for imports with the money it earns from the exported goods.

From the first sentence of the passage we can know that there are   1    kinds of exports.

A. two

B. three

C. four

2. Raw materials are often exported by the countries that produce them to other countries where   2   .

A. they are consumed

B. they are made into finished products

C. they are wasted

3. The countries which produce food for export, for example, meat, sugar, or cereals such as wheat and maize are   3    countries.

A. developed

B. industrial

C. agricultural

4. An industrialized country usually has to import foodstuffs because   4   .

A. it cannot always produce enough food for its own needs

B. it doesn’t has fertile land and a good climate

C. it relies on exports of manufactured products

5. The best title of this passage is   5   .

A. Agriculture and Industry

B. Export

C. Production

答案是:

二、阅读理解:阅读下面的短文,根据文章内容从A、B、C三个选项中选出一个最佳选项。

Does everyone in your office always agree all the time? When someone makes a suggestion, does everyone just smile and nod in agreement? When you bring forward an idea, do people just accept it? Well, if you answered “yes” to any of these questions, you are in an extremely unusual workplace. People are people. And people butt heads. They disagree, they argue, and they fight. You can’t get around it. But you can learn to deal with it.

To hold your own, you need to learn how to argue effectively. If you’ve got an opinion, you need to defend it. And if you have a problem with something a colleague has done, you need to let them know. This can make for some difficult discussions and meetings, but this is just a part of life and business.

So how can you argue effectively? Well, you need several skills.

1.From the first paragraph we can know that in the office   1   .

A.people sometimes argue

B.people always agree

C.people always get around it

2.“And people butt head” means   2   .

A.people hit you with the top of their head

B.people dislike each other

C.people don’t always agree well with each other

3.The writer suggests that if you get an opinion, you need to    3   .

A.get around it

B.learn how to deal with it

C.argue in support of it

4.You need several skills to    4   .

A.let your colleagues know

B.argue effectively

C.make for discussions and meetings

5.The main point of this passage is about    5   .

A.the fact of disagreement and argument in the office

B.how to avoid disagreement and argument in the office

C.how to argue effectively in the office

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二、翻译:从以下A、B、C三个选项中选出与英文最适合的中文翻译。

1.We usually make a direct shipment unless the customers require transshipment.   1  

A.我们通常直接制造船只,除非客户要求间接制造。

B.我们通常采取直运,除非客户要求转运。

C.我们通常采取直运,这样客户才要求转运。

It takes around two working days to unload the containers.   2      

A.卸下这些集装箱大概需要用两个工作日。

B.卸下这些集装箱需要工作两天。

C.卸下这些集装箱工人们需要围绕其工作两天。

3.Transport plays an important part in international business because goods produced have to be delivered to the buyers abroad.   3  

A.运输在国际贸易当中担当着重要任务,因为国外的买者需要发送生产出的产品。

B.运输在国际贸易当中承担重要的部分,因为制造产品需要发送给国外的购买者。

C.运输在国际贸易当中起着重要的作用,因为生产出的产品需要发送给国外的购买者。

4.All the boxes should be packed in a carton.   4  

A.所有的盒子都应当装在纸板箱里。

B.各种盒子都应当装在纸板箱里。

C.纸板箱都应当装在所有的盒子里。

5.Modern logistics is one of the most exciting jobs in the world.   5  

A.现代物流是世界上最激动人心的工作。

B.现代物流是世界上最激动人心的工作之一。

C.世界上令人激动的工作是现代物流。

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二、听力理解:请听下面的对话,根据对话内容从A、B、C三个选项中选出一个最佳选项。

点击听音频

Why did David call John?   1  

A. He wanted to meet an old friend.

B. He wanted to ask for compensation.

C. He wanted to talk about a new contract.

2. What’s wrong with the goods which David has bought?   2  

A. They are not up to the standard.

B. They are not loaded on time.

C. They are not properly loaded.

3. How did David prove that the goods have quality problems?   3  

A. He had them re-examined.

B. He used them according to specifications.

C. He looked into the contract.

4. What can David do if the goods do not meet the requirements?   4  

A. Honor the contract.

B. Cancel the contract.

C. Load the goods.

5. How did John face this complaint?   5  

A. He denied ( 否认) this problem.

B. He didn’t want to give a reply.

C. He agreed to look into this problem seriously.

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二、阅读理解:阅读下面的短文,根据文章内容从A、B、C三个选项中选出一个最佳选项。

American students learn business skills in school. Here is a story about some American students who learnt business skills by operating their own banks.   

In December 1987, the Twiglet Bank was opened at an Elementary School in Miami, Florida. It is a real bank that accepts money for savings and makes loans, and it is operated by students between 10 and 12 years old.The bank is open for one hour two days a week. Students can put their money into the bank and withdraw it as they wish. Officials from a local bank helped the students start the bank. They trained twenty-three of them to do all the different kinds of bank jobs, from counting money to guarding the bank. The students needed money to start the bank. They raised more than $ 2,000 by selling 50-dollar shares in the bank to parents, teachers, the local bank workers, and customers.

    Organizing and operating the bank has taught the children a lot about the banking business. They have learned about raising and investing money and how to use computers and other banking equipment. They have also learned how to ask for a job and to be responsible for their jobs.

Who helped these children start a bank?   1  

A. Parents 

B. Teachers             

C. Bank staff           

2. How did children raise money for their bank?   2  

A. Their schools provided financial support for them.

B. They sold shares to their parents, teachers, local bank workers and customers.

C. They found an organization to donate a set of fund.

3. Who is currently operating Twiglet Bank?   3  

A. Teenagers           

B. Community        

C. Government

4. Which is not TRUE for the benefits of children from operating their own banks?   4  

A. They learned how to use computers and banking equipment.

B. They learned how to find a job and do it well.

C. They learned how to produce the money.

5. What is the best title for this passage?   5  

A.  A Bank of Miami

B.  A Students’ Bank

C. The Operation of American Banks

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二、翻译:从以下A、B、C三个选项中选出与英文最适合的中文翻译。

I am very sorry for coming late, but something urgent came up at the last minute.   1  

A. 我很抱歉来晚了,但我在最后一分钟里想起了某件事儿。

B. 我很抱歉迟到了,但我临走时突然遇到了急事儿。

C. 我很抱歉要迟来,但我将在最后一分钟里紧急处理好某件事情。

2. Let’s get down to business.   2  

A. 让我们坐下来谈买卖吧!

B. 我们一起做生意吧!

C. 我们谈正事吧!

3. I think it’s preferable for you to change the brand name.   3      

A. 我认为您最好换一个商标。

B. 我宁愿让您换个商标名。

C. 我考虑您必须取消这个商标名。

4. Would you think it overfor the sake of our long partnership?   4  

A. 您能考虑继续我们的长期合作吗?

B. 您想和我们一起合作吗?

C. 为了我们长期的合作,您能否再做考虑呢?

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二、请听下面的对话,根据对话内容进行判断,正确为“T”,错误为“F”。

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Daniel invited John to the job interview.   1  

2. Daniel worked in Corporate Pan-Asia for 6 years.    2  

3. Daniel was in charge of the southwest region of Canada.   3  

4. A 50% increase in sales over a three-month period proved Daniel a good manager.   4  

5. Teamwork helped Daniel achieve an outstanding increase.   5  

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二、完形填空:阅读下面短文,从A、B、C三个选项中选出能填入空白处的恰当选项。

Purpose of Accounting

Every company has an accounting office or a finance department that looks   1    its accounting details. An accounting department is the backbone(脊梁)of every business. It records all the business transactions(交易), and keeps a track(记录) of the incomes(收入) and expenses(支出)of the business. The accounting department also helps to determine the correct financial position and standing of the business. For a systematic(系统的)and   2    recording of transactions, accounting is important.

The purpose of accounting is recording all the transactions honestly and accurately in the “Books of Accounts(账本)”. The accounting process can be defined   3   “the process that begins when the transaction takes place and ends   4    the transaction is recorded in the books of accounts”. It includes a series of steps that   5    to analyze(分析)and record the business transactions for a particular period.

A. for                                           B. after                                     C. up

2. A. accurate                                 B. simple                                  C. correct

3. A. to                                            B. at                                         C. as

4. A. when                                      B. which                                   C. what

5. A. use                                         B. is used                                 C. uses

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二、听力理解:请听下面的对话,根据对话内容从A、B、C三个选项中选出一个最佳选项。

点击听音频

Why did John pay a visit to Miller?   1  

A. He wanted to buy a set of equipment.

B. He planned to sign an agreement.

C. He’d like to talk about the trademark transfer.

2. Why was John’s company interested in using Miller’s trademark?   2  

A. The trademark is very famous around the world.

B. They need to extend their business scope.

C. They hope to set up a branch.

3. What will John provide for using Miller’s trademark?   3  

A. He is going to devote the labor force.

B. He is going to pay a sum of money.

C. He is going to build a new plant.

4. What price can Miller accept?   4  

A. $ 38,500.

B. $ 44,000.

C. $ 49,500.

5. When will John give the feedback to Miller?   5  

A. After he talks with his manager.

B. After he makes a careful calculation.

C. After he does a market survey.

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二、请听下面的对话,根据对话内容进行判断,正确为“T”,错误为“F”。

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Daniel invited John to the job interview.

2. Daniel worked in Corporate Pan-Asia for 6 years. 

3. Daniel was in charge of the southwest region of Canada.

4. A 50% increase in sales over a three-month period proved Daniel a good manager.

5. Teamwork helped Daniel achieve an outstanding increase.

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Would you like to  a personal interview?

see 

arrange

get

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二、阅读理解:阅读下面的短文,根据文章内容进行判断,正确为“T”,错误为“F”。

Small Talk Before a Meeting

This is a situation you’ve probably experienced many times: you arrive for a meeting ten minutes early. There are several people already there. You say hello and then … What do you talk about? What do you say?

In this situation, you need to be able to make small talk. Small talk is an informal conversation. We use the term “small talk” because it is not about exchanging information or making decisions or having a serious discussion. It’s a way to avoid uncomfortable silences and build stronger relationships.

Small talk might seem to be about nothing important, but it is important in itself. Being able to make small talk will allow you to make yourself part of a group. It will set the stage for more serious types of communication.

1.Small talk is a kind of formal dialog.

2. The term “small talk” means there are only two persons in the dialog.

3. Small talk is a useful ice-breaker and can build stronger relationships.

4. Small talk is not at all important.

5. Making small talk will allow you to be a member of a group.

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— Would you please let me know something more about the project?

—  

No, the project isn’t so good.

OK, the project is perfect.

OK, I have divided my report into three parts, the first part is an overview of the project.

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— Hi Bob, I’d like to congratulate you on the progress of Beihai project.

— 

Fine, thank you. It is really an interesting project.

Thank you, John. It is really an interesting project.

My pleasure, It is really an interesting project.

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But the charge will beand it also slows down delivery.

more valuable 

cheaper

higher

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 the expansion of international trade, the container service has become popular

For

Like

With

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二、阅读理解:阅读下面的短文,根据文章内容从A、B、C三个选项中选出一个最佳选项。

Exports are either raw materials or manufactured goods. Raw materials are products of the land, such as cotton, timber or rubber. Some raw materials, such as iron ore, come from mines. These raw materials are often exported by the countries that produce them to other countries where they are made into manufactured goods.

Some countries produce food for export, for example, meat, sugar, or cereals such as wheat and maize. These countries are agricultural countries. An agricultural country needs fertile land and a good climate. A cold, dry climate is not suitable for agriculture.

A country which produces manufactured goods is known as an industrialized country. An industrialized country cannot always produce enough food for its own needs. In this case, it does not export foodstuffs. Instead it has to import them. It relies on exports of manufactured products and pays for imports with the money it earns from the exported goods.

From the first sentence of the passage we can know that there are   kinds of exports.

A. two

B. three

C. four

2. Raw materials are often exported by the countries that produce them to other countries where  .

A. they are consumed

B. they are made into finished products

C. they are wasted

3. The countries which produce food for export, for example, meat, sugar, or cereals such as wheat and maize are   countries.

A. developed

B. industrial

C. agricultural

4. An industrialized country usually has to import foodstuffs because  .

A. it cannot always produce enough food for its own needs

B. it doesn’t has fertile land and a good climate

C. it relies on exports of manufactured products

5. The best title of this passage is  .

A. Agriculture and Industry

B. Export

C. Production

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二、阅读理解:阅读下面的短文,根据文章内容进行判断,正确为“T”,错误为“F”。

Success and Failure

It’s clear that success and failure are important and common topics. Every business has its ups and downs, and so does every person. In other words, sometimes we succeed and sometimes we fail. Another common way of saying this is “You win some and you lose some.” Nobody wins all the time, not even in the great success stories that we read or hear about.

Think of a successful entrepreneur. Now, do you think that person achieved great success on their first attempt? In 99% of cases, the answer is no. Every successful businessperson learned through failure. Now have a look at your favorite business news site. You’ll see that almost every story can be put into either the category of success or that of failure. Businesses either grow or shrink but they don’t remain the same.

Every person has his or her ups and downs.

2. A common saying “You win some and you lose some” means that sometimes we succeed and sometimes we fail.

3. Ninety nine percent of successful businessmen achieved great success on their first try.

4. Successful businessmen learn through failure.

5. Businesses either shrink or remain the same.

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— Hello, Sally. What’s the matter with you? You look worried.

— 

Don’t mention it.

What shall I do if a customer doesn’t pay up on the due date?

Yeah, that’s true. It requires great attention.

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I have tothe profit from last month.

work out

look for

work for

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Don’t worry so much -- is my job!

worry

worrying

worried

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If you want to pay something in another currency, you have to change your money into the other money.

in

for

back

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二、阅读理解:阅读下面的短文,根据文章内容进行判断,正确为“T”,错误为“F”。

Beads, stones, seashells, paper, precious metals such as gold and silver, base metals such as iron have all been used as money. Today, money is printed on paper. A lot of countries use their own currency, with names such as dollar, pound, franc, ruble, yuan and so on. Since 2002, 18 of the EU members have replaced their national currencies by Euro notes and coins.

If you want to pay for something in another currency, you have to change your money into the other money. If you want to travel outside your native country, you need to change your own country’s money for the money of the country you are visiting. Most large banks sell foreign currencies. You can exchange money at a bank or at an office of a tourist agency.

Wherever you go, exchanging money puts you in touch with international finance, which is concerned with exchange rates between different currencies. Deciding the rate for the international exchange of money is one of the most complex aspects of international banking.

This best title for this passage is “The history of money”.

2. Euro is available in all EU member countries.

3. Foreign exchange rates have significant impact on the economy of a country. 

4. Currency means money in the form of paper.

5. Banks are a good option to get your money exchanged. 

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Do you think you could cut it 30%?

by

down

at

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Few people realized the value of a brand, ?

were they

didn’t they

did they

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二、阅读理解:阅读下面的短文,根据文章内容从A、B、C三个选项中选出一个最佳选项。

Earle Dickson worked for a company manufacturing gauze and tape called Johnson & Johnson. We will never know the reason, but it is a fact that his wife, Josephine Dickson, always had some minor accidents. During the first week of their marriage, she hurt herself twice with the kitchen knife. After that, it just went from bad to worse. It seemed that Josephine was always cutting herself.

One day Earle Dickson had an idea. He sat down with some tape and gauze and a pair of scissors. Then he cut the tape into strips. In the middle of each strip he stuck a little square of gauze. From then on, whenever Josephine had an accident, ready-made bandages were on hand for her to use quickly and without a lot of fuss.

At Johnson & Johnson, people heard about these new bandages which could be put on in thirty seconds. Soon the company started to try these bandages on the market. Slowly they were accepted by the public. Four years later, in 1924, the company installed machines for mass producing the new product, with the trade name BAND-AID.

When did Mrs. Dickson often cut herself?

     A. When she did gardening.

     B. When she did cooking.       

     C. When she did shopping.            

2. Why did Mr. Dickson decide to make the bandages by himself?

     A. Because he was interested in studying them.            

     B. Because the company asked him to do it.         

     C. Because his wife was often in a mass when she cut herself.

3. What does the word “ready-made” mean for?

     A. It means something you need to prepare.

     B. It means something you have to make by yourself.

     C. It means something you can use at once.

4. What is the main reason for company’s mass production on the bandages Mr. Dickson invented?

     A. The bandages are cheap for workers.

     B. The bandages are necessary for women.

     C. The bandages are welcomed by people.

5. What is the best title for this passage?

     A. The Invention of BAND-AID

     B. The Instruction to BAND-AID

     C. The Products of BAND-AID

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— Please make a detailed schedule for me.

— 

Yes, I will.

No, I will.

Yes, I won’t.

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The marketing department  the sales for the last six months.

has summarized

summarized

was summarized

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二、翻译:从以下A、B、C三个选项中选出与英文最适合的中文翻译。

1.We’ve prepared the name cards to be put on the conference table for guests to sit by.

A.我们已经准备了名片,放置在会议桌上提供给来宾。

B.我们已经准备了名单,提醒来宾放在会议桌上。

C.我们已经准备在会议桌上放置桌签,以便来宾按桌签就坐。

2.It’s a way to avoid uncomfortable silences and build stronger relationships.

A.用了这种方式,结果避免了令人不快的沉默并且建立了更牢固的关系。

B.这是一种避免不自在的沉默并且建立更牢固关系的方式。

C.为了避免令人不快的沉默并且建立更牢固关系,需要一种方式。

3.Then the report was followed by a heated discussion.

A.报告之后是大家热烈的讨论。

B.热烈的讨论之后是一个报告。

C.报告和讨论都进行的很热烈。

4.When familiar guests meet each other, a greeting with a friendly smiling, nodding or shaking hands is usually a decent way to show your good manners.

A.当与熟悉的人见面时,以友好的微笑、点头或者握手致意,通常是一种显示良好教养的得体方式。

B.当与熟悉的人见面时,为了显示良好的教养,他们以得体的方式友好微笑、点头或者握手。

C.当与熟悉的人见面时,人们友好微笑、点头或者握手报以致意,以这样一种得体的方式显示了他们良好的教养。

5.If there are any items you would like to list on the agenda, please let me know by e-mail before the end of this week.

A.如果各位想要参加会议,请在本周末之前通过电子邮件与我联系。

B.如果各位有想纳入会议议程表的事项,请在本周末之前通过电子邮件与我联系。

C.如果各位有事项想要纳入会议议程表,请在本周末之前告知我电子邮件地址。

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I’m sure you can  things out.

straighten

look

straight

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I have finished  your project plan.

read

to read

reading

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— Mr. Taylor, nice to see you again. Welcome to our company.

— 

Thank you, Ms. Lin. I’ve come to see your packing for our woolen gloves.

This is John Taylor.

Hello, my name is John Taylor, but just call me John.

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二、阅读理解:阅读下面的短文,根据文章内容从A、B、C三个选项中选出一个最佳选项。

February 1, 2015

Dear Ms. Lin,

Special Requirements for Packing (Order No. MI 063)

With reference to the order of woolen gloves above, the packing instructions 1 (list) as follows:

• The woolen gloves 2 (pack) in twenty boxes, and the boxes 3 (pack) in a carton. All the boxes 4 (put) close together in order to avoid being flattened.

• The carton 5 (line) with waterproof cloth inside and 6 (strap) with metal bands outside, which is strong enough for sea transportation.

• Small holes 7 (make) in the waterproof cloth to let the moisture out.

Please 8 (follow) the packing instructions above. Thank you for your attention.

Yours sincerely,

Daniel Anderson

The woolen gloves should be .

A. packed in a carton

B. strong enough

C. packed in twenty boxes

2. All the boxes were put close together .

A. for sea transportation

B. to avoid being crushed

C. to be in good order

3. The carton was strapped with metal bands outside .

A. to be strong enough

B. to let the moisture out

C. to be waterproof

4. To let the moisture out, small holes should be made .

A. in twenty boxes

B. in the waterproof cloth

C. in the carton

5. The main purpose of the letter is to .

A. order woolen gloves

B. follow packing instructions

C. make packing instructions

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I bet that Mike wished youhim that earlier.

told

have told

had told

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二、阅读理解:阅读下面的短文,根据文章内容进行判断,正确为“T”,错误为“F”。

It’s clear that success and failure are important and common topics. Every business has its ups and downs, and so does every person. In other words, sometimes we succeed and sometimes we fail. Another common way of saying this is “You win some and you lose some.” Nobody wins all the time, not even in the great success stories that we read or hear about.

Think of a successful entrepreneur. Now, do you think that person achieved great success on his first attempt? In 99% of cases, the answer is no. Every successful businessperson learned through failure. Now have a look at your favorite business news site. You’ll see that almost every story can be put into either the category of success or that of failure. Businesses either grow or shrink but they don’t remain the same.

Every person has his or her ups and downs.

2. A common saying “You win some and you lose some” means that sometimes we succeed and sometimes we fail.

3. 99% of successful businessmen achieved great success on their first try.

4. Successful businessmen learn through failure.

5. Businesses either shrink or remain the same.

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We are usually very prompt settling your accounts.

in

on

at

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— What’s the purpose of your visit today?

— 

Uh, I’m not sure.

I’m intending to ask for your advice on brand design.

Yes, I’d like to talk with you.

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We’ll let your know when we a decision.

take

give

make

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You are planning to export this product to Europe, ______?

don’t you

aren’t you

are you

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When a company needs to  new people, it may advertise the job in a newspaper or on a website.

employ

retain

use

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A conversation  between an interviewee and the interviewers.

goes by

goes on

goes up

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The next shareholder’s meeting was  at the end of this year. 

scheduled

used

made

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There are some visitors  to our marketing department next week. 

come

coming

to coming

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Markets are the system that  some people’s demands and some other people’s supplies.

rejects

meets

bridges

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It seems that the new project in Nanjing will be even  than your current project.

good

better

best

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二、翻译:从以下A、B、C三个选项中选出与英文最适合的中文翻译。

No problem, I will handle it for you.

A. 没问题,我来替你控制这个手柄。

B. 没问题,我为你操纵这个手柄。

C. 没问题,我来替你处理这个事情。

2. A free market is an economic system in which the price of goods and services is affected by supply and demand rather than controlled by a government.

A. 自由市场是一种经济体系,其中的商品和服务价格往往受供给和需求的影响,而不是由政府来控制。

B. 在一个自由的市场经济体系中,商品和服务的价格是由供给和需求所决定,而不是受政府的影响。

C. 自由市场是一种经济体系,在这个体系中,商品和服务的价格不仅由供给和需求所决定,也由政府来控制。

3. However, some tend to purchase intangible ones, like shares, futures, etc. 

A. 然而,一些人趋向购买无形的资产,他们喜欢股票、期货等。

B. 然而,一些人趋向购买无形的资产,例如股票、期货等。  

C. 然而,一些人趋向购买无形的资产,他们喜欢分享期货等。  

4. So in markets, price matters a lot.

A. 所以在市场上,价格很重要。

B. 所以在市场上,价格意味着很多。

C. 所以在市场上,价格方面的事情很多。

5. The profits of our company increases steadily.

A. 我们公司的利润总是在增长。

B. 我们公司的利润一直在增长。

C. 我们公司的利润稳步增长。

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二、阅读理解:阅读下面的短文,根据文章内容进行判断,正确为“T”,错误为“F”。

International Transportation

    Transportation plays an important part in international business because goods produced have to be delivered to the buyers abroad, and the delivery of goods is to be made possible by transportayion services. Goods are carried by several means of transportation — on road or rail, by sea or air.And in recent years,combined transportation which is a road-sea-rail carriage has appeared.

    With the expansion of international trade, the container service has become popular. The use of containers provides a highly effective form of transportation by road, rail and sea. Basically, about 98% of world trade is carried out by sea transportation.Besides transportation by sea, road, or rail, nowadays in order to speed up delivery, carriage by air has also become popular.

Transportation plays an important part in international business because goods produced have to be sent to everywhere in the world.

2. Usually goods are carried by many ways of transportation.

3. In recent years, combined transportation which is a road-sea-rail carriage appeared.

4. With the expansion of international trade, the container service has become popular.

5. The use of containers gives a very helpful method of transportation by air.

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In this way you will stayin these changing times. 

compete

competitive

competence

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your customers what they need and more than they expect will lead customers to return to you. 

Give

Given

Giving

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二、阅读理解:阅读下面的对话,选择合适的内容将对话补充完整。 

Dear Sirs,

Account No.8756

2.

3. 

4. 

5. 

A. Your prompt attention to this matter would be greatly appreciated. If you have any questions regarding this account, please contact our office as soon as possible.

B. Regards,

Lily

C. Please note that your account No.8756 was already a month overdue. As you are usually very prompt in settling your accounts, we wonder whether there is any special reason.

D. If payment has recently been made, please accept our thanks and ignore this reminder.

E. We think you may not have received the statement of account we sent you on August 30 showing the balance of US$ 80,000 you owe. We are sending you a copy and hope it may have your early attention.

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Wherever you go, exchanging money you in touch with international finance. 

asks

puts

takes

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For Europeans, red can danger.

look for

wait for

stand for

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I’m particularly proud of  I organized the finances.

who

which

how

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The meeting suggested  the loan first.

to reply

replied

repaying

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—Hello, David! I haven’t heard from you for a long time. How have you been recently?

— 

That’s ok.

Long time no see.

Not bad, thank you.

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The quality, specifications and prices arein our contract.

clear

clarity

clarified

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improve your service, you need to make market surveys so as to know what your customers are thinking and demanding.

In order to

In order that

So as to

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Those numbers come to mean the world to you they give you the record of how much money you’ve earned or lost.

so that

in case

because

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However nowadays, people  often find such advertisements on a website.

much

a little

more

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二、阅读理解:阅读下面的短文,根据文章内容从A、B、C三个选项中选出一个最佳选项。

How to Employ and Apply

When a company needs to employ new people, it may advertise the job in a newspaper or on a website. However nowadays, people more often find such advertisements on a website.

Then people, who are interested, can apply for the job. They send in a letter (or an email) and also a resume (or CV) as well.

The two parts are very important in job-hunting. The former is used to apply for a certain position. The latter is used to introduce his or her education background and work experiences. 

But more and more companies may often ask people to fill out a standard form. The company’s Human Resources Department will then select the most suitable people to attend an interview. 

1. According to the passage, where can we find job advertisements more often nowadays?  .

A. In a magazine.

B.In a newspaper.

C.On a website.

2.How do people apply for a job?   .

A.By phone.

B.By email.

C.Go to visit the company.

3. Besides the application letter, what else is also important?   

 A.A resume.

 B.A picture.

 C.A certificate.

4.What do companies provide to job applicants nowadays before they apply for jobs? 

A.A standard form.

B.An invitation letter.

C.An email address.

5.Who is in charge of selecting the applicants for the coming interview? .

A.The manager of the company.

B.The Human Resources Department.

C.The secretary of the manager.

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The third part is the  results.

expect

expecting

expected

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At university I never  my assignments in late.

hand

handed

has handed

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二、阅读理解:阅读下面的短文,根据文章内容从A、B、C三个选项中选出一个最佳选项。

You may get consumers who want very high quality services satisfied, but at a higher price. And the people who want no-frills service and cheap product will also get it at the other end of the market. So competition allows a range of variety to occur in a market.

The benefit to society of competition is that it makes a major contribution to the fundamental economic issue, which is the scarcity of productive resources. It means that on the production side, there is maximum pressure to conserve the use of those scarce productive resources. On the demand side it also rations consumer demand appropriately, and it also tends to mean that the variety of consumer needs can be met.

From the first paragraph of the passage we can know that usually there are   kinds of consumers who may get satisfied in a market.

A. two

B. three

C. four

2. What does “it” in the first sentence of paragraph 2 refer to?

A. fundamental economic issue

B. the scarcity of productive resources

C. The benefit of competition

3. The sentence in paragraph 1“So competition allows a range of variety to occur in a market” means  .

A. competition makes the market supply various products and services

B. competition makes a lot of things occur in a market

C. competition makes different things occur in a market

4. On the demand side competition also   appropriately.

A. meets consumer needs

B. makes consumer rational

C. makes consumer satisfied

5. The best title of this passage is  .

A. Fundamental Economic Issue

B. The Benefit of Competition

C. Consumer Demand and Market

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Could you use cardboard boxes  the shoes?

pack

to pack

packing

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After that, we have to postletters.

a set of

a lot of  

a series of

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二、完形填空:阅读下面短文,从A、B、C三个选项中选出能填入空白处的恰当选项。

Purpose of Accounting

Every company has an accounting office or a finance department that looks   its accounting details. An accounting department is the backbone(脊梁)of every business. It records all the business transactions(交易), and keeps a track(记录) of the incomes(收入) and expenses(支出)of the business. The accounting department also helps to determine the correct financial position and standing of the business. For a systematic(系统的)and   recording of transactions, accounting is important.

The purpose of accounting is recording all the transactions honestly and accurately in the “Books of Accounts(账本)”. The accounting process can be defined  “the process that begins when the transaction takes place and ends   the transaction is recorded in the books of accounts”. It includes a series of steps that   to analyze(分析)and record the business transactions for a particular period.

A. for                                           B. after                                     C. up

2. A. accurate                                 B. simple                                  C. correct

3. A. to                                            B. at                                         C. as

4. A. when                                      B. which                                   C. what

5. A. use                                         B. is used                                 C. uses

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二、阅读理解:阅读下面的短文,根据文章内容从A、B、C三个选项中选出一个最佳选项。

American students learn business skills in school. Here is a story about some American students who learnt business skills by operating their own banks.   

In December 1987, the Twiglet Bank was opened at an Elementary School in Miami, Florida. It is a real bank that accepts money for savings and makes loans, and it is operated by students between 10 and 12 years old.The bank is open for one hour two days a week. Students can put their money into the bank and withdraw it as they wish. Officials from a local bank helped the students start the bank. They trained twenty-three of them to do all the different kinds of bank jobs, from counting money to guarding the bank. The students needed money to start the bank. They raised more than $ 2,000 by selling 50-dollar shares in the bank to parents, teachers, the local bank workers, and customers.

    Organizing and operating the bank has taught the children a lot about the banking business. They have learned about raising and investing money and how to use computers and other banking equipment. They have also learned how to ask for a job and to be responsible for their jobs.

Who helped these children start a bank?

A. Parents 

B. Teachers             

C. Bank staff           

2. How did children raise money for their bank?

A. Their schools provided financial support for them.

B. They sold shares to their parents, teachers, local bank workers and customers.

C. They found an organization to donate a set of fund.

3. Who is currently operating Twiglet Bank?

A. Teenagers           

B. Community        

C. Government

4. Which is not TRUE for the benefits of children from operating their own banks?

A. They learned how to use computers and banking equipment.

B. They learned how to find a job and do it well.

C. They learned how to produce the money.

5. What is the best title for this passage?

A.  A Bank of Miami

B.  A Students’ Bank

C. The Operation of American Banks

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I’ve learned today.

something new

new something

new some thing

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Domingo Café, a modern European style café, is in the  area.

down

town

downtown

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I’d like to know what time we can get the container  it is in the port.

why

when

where

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I’ll the remittance for you in our records.

check in

check out

check up

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He didn’t seem to any actions.

make

take

do

答案是:

This is a real bank is operated by students between 10 and 12 years old.

who

whom 

which

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— I believed Ted only from his resume. In fact he is not qualified for his job.

— 

Oh, it’s such a pity!

Oh, it sounds interesting!

I’m glad to hear that.

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— Can you please tell me about your responsibilities?  

— 

Yes. My responsibilities are very important.

Yes. I was in charge of the northwest region of China.

Yes. I’m glad to tell you that.

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——Hello,I'm John Taylor,the General Manager.And you must be......

—— 

I'm a secretary.

Nice to meet you.

Daniel Anderson.

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The company’s Human Resources department will then select the most suitable people

to  an interview.

A.attend

B.join

C.go

答案是:

Then people,  are interested, can apply for the job.

who

they

those

答案是:

二、阅读理解:请听下面的对话,根据对话内容从A、B、C三个选项中选出一个最佳选项。

If you don’t have much experience of making phone calls in English, making a business call can be a worrying experience. Most business people, unless they feel very confident, prepare for an important phone call in a foreign language by making notes in advance. And during the call they make notes while they’re talking to help them to remember what was said. Although it’s quick and convenient to phone someone to give them information or to ask questions, the disadvantage is that there is nothing in writing to help you to remember what was said. It’s essential to make notes and often when an agreement is reached on the phone, one of the speakers will send a fax or e-mail to confirm the main points that were made. Because it’s so easy to be misunderstood when talking on the phone, it’s a good idea to repeat any important information (especially numbers and names) back to the other person to make sure you’ve got it right. Always make sure you know the name of the person you’re talking to. If necessary, ask them to spell it out to you, so that you can make sure you’ve got it right----and try to use their name during the call. And make sure that they know your name too.

1. If you don’t have much experience of making phone calls in English, making a business call can be   .

A.an easy thing

B.a happy experience

C.a painful thing

2.Most business people prepare for an important phone call in a foreign language by making notes in advance because   .

A.they are very careful

B.they don’t feel confident enough

C.they don’t want to miss any important information

3. When the speakers reach an agreement on the phone,   will send a fax or e-mail in order to confirm the main points that were made.

A.one of them

B.both of them

C.none of them

4.What does “it” refer to in the first sentence in Paragraph Four ----“…it’s a good idea to repeat any important information (especially numbers and names) back to the other person to make sure you’ve got it right”?  

A.important information

B.the other person

C.a good idea

5.The best title of this passage is  .

A.The Importance of Taking Notes

B.Business Calls

C.Talking on the Phone

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— Well, after my report, there’ll be a break for refreshments.

— 

The break won’t be long.

All right, I see.

All right, I’ll see it.

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— Where shall we have the meeting?

—  

The first conference room is spacious.

The first conference room isn’t good.

In the first conference room.

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— We’ll have the sales meeting at 2:00 tomorrow afternoon, won’t we?

— 

No. After the meeting, we’ll leave for Shanghai.

It’s said the meeting is important.

Yes. After the meeting, we’ll leave for Shanghai.

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China held the 22nd  APEC economic leader’s meeting in Beijing in 2014. 

hard

careless

informal

答案是:

The ten-day display and sale  finished tomorrow.

is

would be

will be

答案是:

二、听力理解:请听下面的对话,根据对话内容从A、B、C三个选项中选出一个最佳选项。

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What did John ask Linda to do for him?

A. He asked her to meet the guests. 

B. He asked her to make a detailed schedule for him. 

C. He asked her to make a cup of tea for him.

2. What is Mr. Jones’s position in his company?

A. He is the president of Bestway Co.

B. He is the general manager of Nile Co.

C. He is the sales manager of Lee Brothers’.

3. What will they do at 2:30 tomorrow afternoon?

A. They’ll meet the guests.

B. They’ll have trade fairs. 

C. They’ll have a board meeting.

4. The board meeting will be finished at tomorrow afternoon.

A. 2:30

B. 3:30

C. 4:30

5. Who’ll meet Mr. Lee tomorrow afternoon?

A. Bob

B. John

C. Linda

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— Do you have any suggestions about it?

— 

No, I have no idea.

Let me give you a hand.

After I read it in detail, I will tell you my opinion.

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— Let me show you how to use the printer. 

— 

I’ll do my best.

Thanks for your help.

No, I can use it myself.

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— Mr. Taylor, this is the project plan you asked me to make last week.

— 

Sure. That’s a quick job.

OK, put it over there.

Congratulations.

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Now, we have enlarged and  our domestic market and European market.

consolidated

merged

purchased

答案是:

Prices may change quickly if supply or demand .

A.changes

B.change

C.will change

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二、阅读理解:阅读下面的短文,根据文章内容从A、B、C三个选项中选出一个最佳选项。

Customer Referral

From: Bob Smith < bobsmith@3texport.com> 

To: Tompson Harris<tompsonharris@gmail.com>

10:12 AM, Monday, Dec. 21, 2015

Dear Mr. Harris,

Thank you for your cooperation for our business in the recent years. With your great help and support, we have tripled our products in the last three years. And the profits of our company increases steadily.

Now, we have enlarged and consolidated our domestic market and European market. Next step we intend to explore the North American market, especially Canada’s and USA’s. However, we do not have good connections in this region.

Therefore, we shall be very obliged if you could kindly introduce us to some of your reliable partners in North America who are interested in our products.

We look forward to your early reply. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

Yours sincerely,

Bob Smith

Project manager

How does Bob begin with his email?

A. With a self-introduction.

B. With his company’s current situation.

C. With presenting thanks for help and support.

2. What’s the current situation of Bob’s company?

A. Very good.

B. Not so good.

C. Just so so.

3. What are the market areas of Bob’s company?

A. Domestic and Asian market.

B. Domestic and North American market.

C. Domestic and European market.

4. What is the recent plan of Bob’s company?

A. To enlarge the domestic and European market.

B. To explore the North American market.

C. To withdraw from European market and strengthen the North American market.

5. What is the purpose of the email?

A. To give best wishes for the coming Christmas and New Year.

B. To ask for the introduction of some business partners in North America.

C. To consolidate the business relationship.

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— When can you effect shipment? I’m worried about late shipment.

— 

The shipment won’t be late.

The shipment will be effected soon.

About in June.

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— Good morning. Far East Logistics Company. This is Lin Hanxue. May I help you?

—  .

Good morning, Ms. Lin. Nice to meet you.

No, thank you.

Good morning, Ms. Lin. This is Daniel Anderson speaking.

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— Oh, but how long will it take to reach LA?

— 

It takes a long time to reach LA.

Usually it takes around 12 days.

LA is very far from here.

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Small holes should be made in the  cloth to let the moisture out.

dry

waterproof

wet

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I  packing in wooden cases.

prefer

get

think

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二、翻译:从以下A、B、C三个选项中选出与英文最适合的中文翻译。

1.We usually make a direct shipment unless the customers require transshipment.

A.我们通常直接制造船只,除非客户要求间接制造。

B.我们通常采取直运,除非客户要求转运。

C.我们通常采取直运,这样客户才要求转运。

It takes around two working days to unload the containers.    

A.卸下这些集装箱大概需要用两个工作日。

B.卸下这些集装箱需要工作两天。

C.卸下这些集装箱工人们需要围绕其工作两天。

3.Transport plays an important part in international business because goods produced have to be delivered to the buyers abroad.

A.运输在国际贸易当中担当着重要任务,因为国外的买者需要发送生产出的产品。

B.运输在国际贸易当中承担重要的部分,因为制造产品需要发送给国外的购买者。

C.运输在国际贸易当中起着重要的作用,因为生产出的产品需要发送给国外的购买者。

4.All the boxes should be packed in a carton.

A.所有的盒子都应当装在纸板箱里。

B.各种盒子都应当装在纸板箱里。

C.纸板箱都应当装在所有的盒子里。

5.Modern logistics is one of the most exciting jobs in the world.

A.现代物流是世界上最激动人心的工作。

B.现代物流是世界上最激动人心的工作之一。

C.世界上令人激动的工作是现代物流。

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—I bet that Mike wished you had told him that earlier.

— 

We should also find what the customers think.

So be careful with our job.

Well, Mike isn’t a fool, he won’t do that again.

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—Hi, Lily, what’s up with Mike? I heard the boss yelling at Mike earlier today.  

— 

It’s said that Mike made a mistake and then tried to cover it up. 

He was so scared.

It is better to tell someone to get it fixed.

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—Your request for compensation made me surprised. What happened? 

— 

It’s true.

It’s because of the quality.

There must be something wrong.

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We are entitled to cancel it if you fail tothe contract. 

draw up   

sign

honor

答案是:

It is better to tell someone to get it.

fix

fixed

fixing

答案是:

二、听力理解:请听下面的对话,根据对话内容从A、B、C三个选项中选出一个最佳选项。


                                                                                                                                                                                                                         00:00/01:38                                                                                                                                                              

                                                                       剩余播放次数: 1                            

Why did David call John?

A. He wanted to meet an old friend.

B. He wanted to ask for compensation.

C. He wanted to talk about a new contract.

2. What’s wrong with the goods which David has bought?

A. They are not up to the standard.

B. They are not loaded on time.

C. They are not properly loaded.

3. How did David prove that the goods have quality problems?

A. He had them re-examined.

B. He used them according to specifications.

C. He looked into the contract.

4. What can David do if the goods do not meet the requirements?

A. Honor the contract.

B. Cancel the contract.

C. Load the goods.

5. How did John face this complaint?

A. He denied ( 否认) this problem.

B. He didn’t want to give a reply.

C. He agreed to look into this problem seriously.

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— What if he still doesn't pay up?

— 

 I have already done that.

I've got to hurry.

If it's a small amount we write it off as bad debt. For larger sums we…

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— The senior managers need the results from last month straight away, so I can’t stop to talk. I’ve got to hurry.

— 

Stay longer.

Go slowly.

Ok, see you later.

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— Sally, could you lend me your calculator? Mine is not working.

— 

It doesn’t matter.

No, I can’t.

Sure, why do you need it?

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For larger sums we take legal steps to the money.

A.cover

B.recover

C.discover

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A week ago, I sent him a statementthe amount overdue.

show

showing

showed

答案是:

二、听力理解:请听下面的对话,根据对话内容进行判断,正确为“T”,错误为“F”。

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Lily’s calculator is not working.

2. Lily’s calculator has more functions and is faster.

3. Sally has to work out the profit from last year.

4. Calculating figures requires great attention.

5. Sally will return the calculator as soon as she finishes the job.

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— How long does the remittance take from New York? 

— 

I’m not sure. It depends on the mode your partner chose.

I’m not sure about that. It is a big city.

I don’t know for sure. It is quite busy now in our bank.

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— 

— It arrives by mail, I suppose.

From which country does your remittance come?

When will your remittance arrive?

How does your remittance come?

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— Can I exchange foreign currency in Bank of China?

— 

No, you can’t. Bank of China is not responsible for exchanging foreign currency.

No, you can’t. Bank of China is not open on Sundays.

Yes, you can. Bank of China is an authorized foreign exchange bank.

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We are an authorized foreign exchange bank and can 17 kinds of currencies into RMB.

invert

extrovert

convert

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This story is about some American studentslearnt business skills by operating their own banks.

who

which

whom

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二、翻译:从以下A、B、C三个选项中选出与英文最适合的中文翻译。

Precious metals such as gold and silver have been used as money.

A. 贵重金属里包括黄金、白银和货币。

B. 诸如黄金和白银等这类贵重金属曾经作为货币使用过。

C. 贵重金属里的黄金、白银都被货币所替代。

2. I’d like to know whether a remittance of fifty thousand dollars from New York has arrived.

A. 我想确认我在纽约是否可以汇出金额是5万美金的汇款。

B. 我想知道是否可以向纽约汇一笔5万美金的汇款。

C. 我想了解从纽约汇出的一笔5万美金的汇款是否已经到账。

3. I’ll give you a call when the remittance arrives.

A. 汇款到帐后我就给您打电话。

B. 我给您打电话询问汇款什么时候到帐。

C. 我给您打电话后,汇款才到帐。

4. Organizing and operating the bank has taught the children a lot about the banking business.

A. 银行业务包含如何教授孩子们管理和经营。。

B. 管理和经营银行使孩子们学到了很多有关银行业务的知识。

C. 孩子们把所学的银行知识应用在管理和经营银行。

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— We think $55,000 would be reasonable for transferring our trademark.

—  That’s too high.

Oh, my honey.

Oh, my goodness.

Oh, my friend.

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— We are planning to register the trademark of “Red Dragon” for your new product. What’s your opinion about this brand name? 

— 

I suggest that you should give it up.

You mustn’t use it.

You can’t adopt it.

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— It’s nice to meet you in my office.

— 

I want to tell you it is fine today.

I only meant to help you.

 I am here today to discuss the trademark transfer with you.

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Many companies spend a lot of money and timetheir trademarks.

to register

registering

register

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 The question we should use this brand name will be decided by our marketing team.

which

whether

what

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二、阅读理解:阅读下面的短文,根据文章内容进行判断,正确为“T”,错误为“F”。

Brand refers to names, logos and slogans. For example, Nike is known for its slogan “Just do it” and swoosh logo. A trademark shows the origin and ownership of a product or service, which is used to protect names, logos, drawings, symbols and other characters related with a business. Coke® and Coca-cola® are registered trademarks of the Coca-Cola Company.

Many companies spend a lot of money and time registering their trademarks.There are at least two good reasons for this. Firstly, if you trademark a brand, you are the only person allowed to use that Brand name, slogan etc.If others want to use that brand, they must ask your permission or pay some money. Secondly, registration also allows the owner to bring legal action against anyone who uses the trademark without authorization.

There are basic trademark symbols, e.g. “TM” for goods and “SM” for service. They tell the public that the product’s name and design are the exclusive property of the company, but a registered trademark ® provides notice that it has indeed been registered.

According to the writer, it is not necessary for a company to register a trademark.

2. A trademark may be regarded as a protection for a brand name.

3. The trademark symbols TM and ® can be exchanged in a brand.

4. Legal protection on a brand comes into force only after registration.

5. A company can freely use other companies’ brands.

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— Could you give me an example of good team working there?

— 

Sorry. I can see from your resume.

Sure. I was the treasurer of the Students’ Union.

Not at all. I was in charge of sales for Corporate Pan-Asia.

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—— We had a very small budget and I had to make decisions on what to buy.

——   so you're a good planner.

Very impressive

It's a pity.

Really small

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I was the  of the Students’ Union.

fund

treasure

treasurer

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I believe team work  important.

was

is

are

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二、翻译:从以下A、B、C三个选项中选出与英文最适合的中文翻译。

A job interview is a kind of employment test and usually very formal.

A.工作面试既是一种就业测试,也是形式上必要的。

B.求职面试是一种就业测试,通常都很正式。

C.工作会谈是一种雇佣测试,通常是很注意方式的。

2. In order to be employed, you need to make a very good first impression.

A.为了工作,你需要做出一个良好的第一印象。

B.为了受聘,你需要给人一个深刻的良好印象。

C.为了得到工作,你需要给人一个良好的第一印象。

3. It looks like you achieved a lot during your time at university.

A.它看起来像你在上大学时取得优异成绩。

B.看起来你在上大学时取得了很大成就。

C.看起来你在上大学时得到了很多。

4. If you need any help, please feel free to contact Mr. Zhang.

A.如果你需要任何帮助,请随时联系张先生。

B.如果你需要任何帮助,请自由联系张先生。

C.如果你需要任何帮助,请在有空时联系张先生。

5.They send in a letter (or an email) and also a resume as well.

A.他们发一封信(或电子邮件),同时也发一份简历。

B.他们发一封信(或电子邮件),不过还是发一份简历好。

C.他们发一封信(或电子邮件),不妨发一份好的简历。

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— When will you meet the general manager of Nile Co., Mr. Smith?

— 

At 10:00 tomorrow morning.

I’ll meet the president of Bestway Co.

I’ll leave for Shanghai.

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They  have no good plan for advertising on TV.

see to

seem to

look to

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The seminar is about  the new staff members.

train

training

trained

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二、阅读理解:阅读下面的短文,根据文章内容从A、B、C三个选项中选出一个最佳选项。

Does everyone in your office always agree all the time? When someone makes a suggestion, does everyone just smile and nod in agreement? When you bring forward an idea, do people just accept it? Well, if you answered “yes” to any of these questions, you are in an extremely unusual workplace. People are people. And people butt heads. They disagree, they argue, and they fight. You can’t get around it. But you can learn to deal with it.

To hold your own, you need to learn how to argue effectively. If you’ve got an opinion, you need to defend it. And if you have a problem with something a colleague has done, you need to let them know. This can make for some difficult discussions and meetings, but this is just a part of life and business.

So how can you argue effectively? Well, you need several skills.

1.From the first paragraph we can know that in the office  .

A.people sometimes argue

B.people always agree

C.people always get around it

2.“And people butt head” means  .

A.people hit you with the top of their head

B.people dislike each other

C.people don’t always agree well with each other

3.The writer suggests that if you get an opinion, you need to  .

A.get around it

B.learn how to deal with it

C.argue in support of it

4.You need several skills to   .

A.let your colleagues know

B.argue effectively

C.make for discussions and meetings

5.The main point of this passage is about  .

A.the fact of disagreement and argument in the office

B.how to avoid disagreement and argument in the office

C.how to argue effectively in the office

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Actually, buyers are the group of people  want to buy certain goods or services.

they

who

which

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二、听力理解:请听下面的对话,根据对话内容进行判断,正确为“T”,错误为“F”。

点击听音频

In the conversation Bob and John talk about three projects in total.

2. According to Bob, the Beihai project is the most exciting one.

3. Bob has already finished the Beihai project and is going to work on the Jinan project.

4. The board will decide whether to approve or disapprove Bobs plan on the Nanjing project.

5. Bob seems to have some problems in the current project.

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— May I know the cost for a 20 feet container from Guangzhou to LA?

— 

It’s 2,300 US dollars.

It’s very expensive.

The cost is very high.

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We usually ship the goods by regular .

liner

date

check

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The woolen gloves should  in twenty boxes. 

be packed

pack

be packing

答案是:

二、听力理解:请听下面的对话,根据对话内容填入相应的句子或短语。

点击听音频

Could you tell me how you ship the goods?

2. But we hope you can make a direct shipment.

3. When can you effect shipment? I'm worried about late shipment.

4. That’ll be too late.Can you do something about it to advance the shipment to April.

5. Will you take the responsibility of chartering a ship.

A. Around in June.

B. It'll be hard to handle.The aerliest possible date of delivery would be the end of May.

C. We really ship the goods by regular liner.

D. Under FOB terms,the buyer is responsible for chartering a ship or booking the shipping space.

E. It'll be hard to handle.The aerliest possible date of delivery would be the end of May.

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—Oh. But why didn’t he just own up and tell someone?

— 

So be careful with our job.

He was too scared that he would be fired, I suppose.

You should have told him that earlier.

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The re-examination results indicate that one-third of the goods are notstandard.

up to

within     

on

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Every business has its ups and downs, and soevery person.

is

does

do

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— You need to work with other colleagues to look after that. 

— 

I’m not sure.

Thanks.I’m grateful for your suggestions.

Oh, sorry to bother you.

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your check is received within a week we shall have no alternative.

Unless

As

If

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二、阅读理解:阅读下面的短文,根据文章内容从A、B、C三个选项中选出一个最佳选项。

Accounting is More Than Numbers

    Accounting could date back to about 7,000 years ago. People of that time relied on old accounting methods to record the growth of crops and herds. Accounting has greatly developed with the growth of joint-stock companies.

    When you think of accounting, you may find pages of tables and numbers. That image doesn’t usually give you too much excitement. When you have your own business, though, those numbers come to mean the world to you because they give you the record of how much money you’ve earned or lost.

    Actually, accounting is not simply about strange dollar amounts or boring numbers; they’re your sales figures, your costs, and your profits. In other words, accounting is a language of business. Once you know how to work with those numbers, how to read those numbers and how to read the story they tell, you will be able to manage your business toward greater success.

Accounting could date back to about   years ago.

A. 7,000

B. 6,000

C. 5,000

2. People in the old days relied on old accounting methods to record  .

A. how much money they had

B. management of their business

C. the growth of crops and herds

3. Accounting has greatly changed with the development of  .

A. crops and herds

B. joint-stock companies

C. internet companies

4. Accounting is very important in your business because it shows  .

A. how much money you’ve earned or lost

B. pages full of tables and numbers

C. strange dollar amounts or boring numbers

5. According to the writer, accounting is  .

A. a language of business

B. your sales figures, your costs, and your profits

C. Both A and B

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—  Besides Bank of China, you can get the money exchanged in Industrial and Commercial Bank of China, China Construction Bank etc..

Could you tell me whether you can accept traveler’s checks?

Could you tell me whether I can change foreign currency in other banks?

Could you tell me whether I need to fill in the exchange memo?

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— 

— Today’s rate is listed on the board here.

What’s the amount you’d like to exchange?

What’s the exchange rate today?

What kind of currency do you want to exchange for?

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I’ll get your RMB for you while you’re these forms.

filling out

taking out

working out

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We’re sorry to tell you that your remittanceyet.

won’t arrive

hasn’t arrived

doesn’t arrive

答案是:

二、听力理解:请听下面的对话,根据对话内容填入相应的句子或短语。

点击听音频

Remittance is the common way of  .

2. Checking a remittance needs  .

3. Two modes of remittance are mentioned in the dialog  .

4. Different modes of remittance  .

5. Usually it costs more time  .

A. remittance by cable and remittance by mail

B. to transfer funds by mail than by cable

C. a customer’s name and account number

D. transferring funds among different places

E. take different working days

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— I wonder whether I could accept this discount or not.

— 

Why don’t consult with your manager?

Why not to consult with your manager?

Why not consult with your manager?

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You won’t choose this brand name, ?

will you

won’t you

don’t you

答案是:

二、翻译:从以下A、B、C三个选项中选出与英文最适合的中文翻译。

I am very sorry for coming late, but something urgent came up at the last minute.

A. 我很抱歉来晚了,但我在最后一分钟里想起了某件事儿。

B. 我很抱歉迟到了,但我临走时突然遇到了急事儿。

C. 我很抱歉要迟来,但我将在最后一分钟里紧急处理好某件事情。

2. Let’s get down to business.

A. 让我们坐下来谈买卖吧!

B. 我们一起做生意吧!

C. 我们谈正事吧!

3. I think it’s preferable for you to change the brand name.

A. 我认为您最好换一个商标。

B. 我宁愿让您换个商标名。

C. 我考虑您必须取消这个商标名。

4. Would you think it over for the sake of our long partnership?

A. 您能考虑继续我们的长期合作吗?

B. 您想和我们一起合作吗?

C. 为了我们长期的合作,您能否再做考虑呢?

答案是:

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