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[单项选择]For me, scientific knowledge is divided into mathematical sciences, natural sciences or sciences dealing with natural world, and sciences dealing with mankind. Apart from these sciences is philosophy. All this is pure or (62) knowledge, sought only for the (63) of understanding in order to fulfill the need to understand what is intrinsic and consubstantial (同质的) to man. What (64) man from animal is that he knows and needs to know. If man did not know that the world existed, and that the (65) was of a certain kind, that he was in the world and that he himself was of a certain kind, he wouldn’t be man. The technical aspects or applications of knowledge are equally necessary for man and are of the greatest importance, (66) they also contribute to (67) him as man and permit him to (68) a life increasingly more truly human.
(69) even while enjoying the results of technical progress, (70) must defend the
A. compose
B. consist
C. compromise
D. conceive



A. 抗氧剂
B. 止痛剂
C. 防腐剂
D. 等渗调节剂
E. 助悬剂
[单项选择] Passive smoking is workplace killer Pressure mounted on Britain on Monday to take action on 【51】 smoking with new research showing second, hand smoke 【52】 about one worker each week in the hospitality industry. Professor Konrad Jamrozik,of Imperial College in London, told a conference on environmental tobacco that second-hand 【53】 kills 49 employees in pubs, bars, restaurants and hotels each year and contributes to 700 deaths from lung cancer, heart 【54】 and stroke across the total national work force. "Exposure in the hospitality 【55】 at work outweighs the consequences of exposure of living 【56】 a smoker for those staff," Jamrozik said in an interview. Other 【57】 have measured the levels of exposure to passive smoking but Jamrozik calculated how it would translate into avoidable deaths. His findings are 【58】 on the number of people working in the hospitality industry in Britain, their exposure to second, hand smoke and their 【59】 of dyi
A. sports
B. places
C. moves
D. actions

Section Ⅰ Use of English Directions: Read the following text. Choose the best word(s) for each numbered blank and mark A, B, C or D on ANSWER SHEET 1. In his 1979 book, The Sinking Ark, biologist Norman Myers estimated that (1) of more than 100 human-caused extinctions occur each day, and that one million species (2) by the century’s end. Yet there is little evidence of (3) that number of extinctions. For example, only seven species on the (4) species list have become extinct (5) the list was created in 1973. Bio (6) is an important value, according to many scientists. Nevertheless, the supposed mass extinction rates bandied about are (7) by multiplying (8) by improbables to get imponderables. Many estimates, for instance, rely a great deal on a "species-area (9) ", which predicts that twice as many species will be found on 100 square miles (10) on ten square miles. The problem is
A. In addition
B. But
C. Instead
D. As a result

Auto-Tune: Why Pop Music Sounds Perfect

If you haven’t been listening to pop radio in the past few months, you’ve missed the rise of two seemingly opposing trends. In a medium in which mediocre (平庸的) singing has never been a bar to entry, a lot of pop vocals suddenly sound great. Better than great: note- and pitch-perfect, as if there’s been an unspoken tightening of standards at record labels or an evolutionary leap in the development of vocal cords. At the other extreme are a few hip-hop singers who also hit their notes but with a precision so exaggerated that on first listen, their songs sound comically artificial, like a chorus of ’50s robots singing Motown.
The force behind both trends is an ingenious plug-in called Auto-Tune, a downloadable studio trick that can take a vocal and instantly nudge it onto the proper note or move it to the correct pitch. It’s like Photoshop for the human voice. Auto-Tune doesn’t make it possible for jus
A. change a poorly-sung song into a perfect one
B. make everyone sing like a professional singer
C. inject some vitality into the pop industry
D. bring the flaw of pop songs into public
[单项选择]{{I}} Questions 1 to 5 are based on an interview. At the end of the interview you will be given 10 seconds to answer each of the following five questions. Now listen to the interview.{{/I}}Which of the followings is not Mrs Mutwa’s recommendation
A. Making a will with the husband.
B. Registering your home.
C. Getting legal advice from a lawyer.
D. Donating the property.
[单项选择]Americans have contributed to many art forms, and jazz, a type of music, is one of the art forms that were started in the United States. Black Americans, who sang and played the music of their homeland, created jazz.
Jazz is a mixture of music of Africa, the work songs the slaves sang, and religious music. Improvisation(即兴) is an important part of jazz. This is why a jazz song might sound a little different each time it is played.
Jazz bands formed in the late 1800s. They played in bars and clubs in many towns and cities of the South, especially New Orleans. New Orleans is an international seaport, and people from all over the world come to New Orleans to hear jazz.
Jazz became more and more popular. By the 1920s, jazz was popular all over the United States. By the 1940s, you could hear jazz not only in clubs and bars, but in concert hails as well. Today, people from all over the world play jazz. Jazz musicians from the United States, Asia, Africa, South America, and Eur
A. American Art Forms
B. The Development of Jazz
C. The Music of Black Americans
D. The Birthplace of Jazz
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