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2015年MBA全国考试英语真题和解析
Directions:
Readthefollowingthebestword(s)foreachnumberedblankandmarkA,B,C,Donanswersheet1(10points)
TheoutbreakofswinefluthatwasfirstdetectedinMexicowasdeclaredaglobalepidemiconJune11,.
Theheightenedalert____2___anemergencymeetingwithfluexpertsinGenevathatassembledafterasharpriseincasesinAustralia,andrising_____3___inBritain,Japan,Chileandelsewhere.
Buttheepidemicis”____4____”inseverity,accordingtoMargaretChan,theorganization’sdirectorgeneral,____5___theoverwhelmingmajorityofpatientsexperiencingonlymildsymptomsandafullrecovery,ofteninthe____6___ofanymedicaltreatment.
Theoutbreakcametoglobal____7____inlateApril2009,,casesbeganto____9____inNewYorkCity,thesouthwesternUnitedStatesandaroundtheworld.
IntheUnitedStates,,officialsreportedtherewas___11__fluactivityinalmosteverystateandthatvirtuallyallthe____12____testedarethenewswineflu,alsoknownas(A)H1N1,,ithas____13____morethanonemillionpeople,andcausedmorethan600deathsandmorethan6,000hospitalizations.
,whichisdifferentfromtheannualfluvaccine,,thoughmostofthose___17__dosewereoftheFluMistnasalspraytype,whichisnot____18___forpregnantwomen,peopleover50orthosewithbreathingdifficulties,-riskgroup,healthcareworkers,people___20____infantsandhealthyyoungpeople.
1.[A]criticized[B]appointed[C]commented[D]designated
2.[A]proceeded[B]activated[C]followed[D]prompted
3.[A]digits[B]numbers[C]amounts[D]sums
4.[A]moderate[B]normal[C]unusual[D]extreme
5.[A]with[B]in[C]from[D]by
6.[A]progress[B]absence[C]presence[D]favor
7.[A]reality[B]phenomenon[C]concept[D]notice
8.[A]over[B]for[C]among[D]to
9.[A]stayup[B]cropup[C]fillup[D]coverup
10.[A]as[B]if[C]unless[D]until
11.[A]excessive[B]enormous[C]significant[D]magnificent
12.[A]categories[B]examples[C]patterns[D]samples
13.[A]imparted[B]immersed[C]injected[D]infected
14.[A]released[B]relayed[C]relieved[D]remained
15.[A]placing[B]delivering[C]taking[D]giving
16.[A]feasible[B]available[C]reliable[D]applicable
17.[A]prevalent[B]principal[C]innovative[D]initial
18.[A]presented[B]restricted[C]recommended[D]introduced
19.[A]problems[B]issues[C]agonies[D]sufferings
20.[A]involvedin[B]caringfor[C]concernedwith[D]wardingoff
SectionⅡReadingcomprehension
PartA
Directions:
,B,.(40points)
Text1
Thelongestbullruninacenturyofart-markethistoryendedonadramaticnotewithasaleof56worksbyDamienHirst,“BeautifulInsideMyHeadForever”,atSotheby’sinLondononSeptember15th2008(seepicture).Allbuttwopiecessold,fetchingmorethanā70m,,inNewYorkoneoftheoldestbanksonWallStreet,LehmanBrothers,filedforbankruptcy.
$65billion,reckonsClareMcAndrew,founderofArtsEconomics,aresearchfirm—$,enormousegos,greed,
IntheweeksandmonthsthatfollowedMrHirst’ssale,spendingofanysortbecamedeeplyunfashionable,especiallyinNewYork,wherethebail-outofthebankscoincidedwiththelossofthousandsofjobsandthefinancialdemiseofmanyart--thirds,andinthemostoverheatedsector—forChinesecontemporaryart—theyweredownbynearly90%’stwobiggestauctionhouses,Sotheby’sandChristie’s,hadtopayoutnearly$200minguaranteestoclientswhohadplacedworksforsalewiththem.
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ThecurrentdownturnintheartmarketistheworstsincetheJapanesestoppedbuyingImpressionistsattheendof1989,%downontheirpeakonaverage,,Christie’schiefexecutive,says:“I’mprettyconfidentwe’reatthebottom.”
Whatmakesthisslumpdifferentfromthelast,hesays,isthattherearestillbuyersinthemarket,whereasintheearly1990s,wheninterestrateswerehigh,’—death,debtanddivorce—,waitingforconfidencetoreturn.
thefirstparagraph,DamienHirst'ssalewasreferredtoas“alastvictory”because____-.
artmarkethadwitnessedasuccessionofvictoryies
auctioneerfinallygotthetwopiecesatthehighestbids
InsideMyHeadForeverwonoverallmasterpieces
wassuccessfullymadejustbeforetheworldfinancialcrisis
saying“spendingofanysortbecamedeeplyunfashionable”(Line1-2,,theauthorsuggeststhat_____.
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-marketauctions

collectionasafashionhadlostitsappealtoagreatextent

ofthefollowingstatementsisNOTture
.
artmarketsurpassedmanyotherindustriesinmomentum.
marketgenerallywentdownwardinvariousways.
artdealerswereawaitingbetterchancestocome.
threeDsmentionedinthelastparagraphare____
houses'favorites
trends
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promotingartworkcirculation
representingimpressionists
mostappropriatetitleforthistextcouldbe___
ofArtPrices
ArtAuctions
MarketinDecline
InterestinArts
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IwasaddressingasmallgatheringinasuburbanVirginialivingroom--awomen''"She'sthetalkerinourfamily."Theroomburstintolaughter;themanlookedpuzzledandhurt."It'strue"heexplained."'tkeeptheconversationgoingwe'dspendthewholeeveninginsilence."
.
ThepatternwasobservedbypoliticalscientistAndrewHackerinthelate'"DivorceTalk"thatmostofthewomensheinterviewed--butonlyafewofthemen----avirtualepidemicoffailedconversation.
Inmyownresearchcomplaintsfromwomenabouttheirhusbandsmostoftenfocusednotontangibleinequitiessuchashavinggivenupthechanceforacareertoaccompanyahusbandtohisordoingfarmorethantheirshareofdailylife-:"Hedoesn'tlistentome""Hedoesn'ttalktome."IfoundasHackerobservedyearsbeforethatmostwiveswanttheirhusbandstobefirstandforemostconversationalpartnersbutfewhusbandssharethisexpectationoftheirwives.
Inshorttheimagethatbestrepresentsthecurrentcrisisisthestereotypicalcartoonsceneofamansittingatthebreakfasttablewithanewspaperheldupinfrontofhisfacewhileawomanglaresatthebackofitwantingtotalk.
ismostwives'mainexpectationoftheirhusbands
tothem.
them.
theircareers.
.
fromthecontext,thephrase“wreakinghavoc”(Line3,mostprobablymeans___.
Ageneratingmotivation.
influence
damage
Dcreatingpressure
ofthefollowingaretrueEXCEPT_______
tendtotalkmoreinpublictanwomen
50percentofrecentdivorcesarecausedbyfailedconversation
attachmuchimportancetocommunicationbetweencouples
Dafemaletendstobemoretalkativeathomethanherspouse
ofthefollowingcanbestsummarizethemianideaofthistext
moraldecayingdeservesmoreresearchbysociologists.
break_upstemsfromsexinequalities.
andwofehavedifferentexpectationsfromtheirmarriage.
patternsbetweenmanandwifearedifferent.
thefollowingpartimmediatelyafterthistext,theauthorwillmostprobablyfocuson______
vividaccountofthenewbookDivorceTalk
detaileddescriptionofthestereotypicalcartoon
possiblereasonsforahighdivorcerateinthe.
DabriefintroductiontothepoliticalscientistAndrewHacker
Txet3
overthepastdecade,manycompanieshadperfectedtheartofcreatingautomaticbehaviors—habits—,applylotionsandwipecountersalmostwithoutthinking,ofteninresponsetoacarefullydesignedsetofdailycues.
“Therearefundamentalpublichealthproblems,likehandwashingwithsoap,thatremainkillersonlybecausewecan’tfigureouthowtochangepeople’shabits,”.“Wewantedtolearnfromprivateindustryhowtocreatenewbehaviorsthathappenautomatically.”
—Procter&Gamble,Colgate-PalmoliveandUnilever—hadinvestedhundredsofmillionsofdollarsfindingthesubtlecuesinconsumers’livesthatcorporationscouldusetointroducenewroutines.
Ifyoulookhardenough,you’llfindthatmanyoftheproductsweuseeveryday—chewinggums,skinmoisturizers,disinfectingwipes,airfresheners,waterpurifiers,healthsnacks,antiperspirants,colognes,teethwhiteners,fabricsofteners,vitamins—,,becauseofcannyadvertisingandpublichealthcampaigns,manyAmericanshabituallygivetheirpearlywhitesacavity-preventingscrubtwiceaday,oftenwithColgate,Crestoroneoftheotherbrands.
Afewdecadesago,manypeopledidn’-offsprings,,onceboughtprimarilybyadolescentboys,,slippedinbetweenhairbrushingandputtingonmakeup.
“Ourproductssucceedwhentheybecomepartofdailyorweeklypatterns,”saidCarolBerning,aconsumerpsychologistwhorecentlyretiredfromProcter&Gamble,thecompanythatsold$76billionofTide,Crestandotherproductslastyear.“Creatingpositivehabitsisahugepartofimprovingourconsumers’lives,andit’sessentialtomakingnewproductscommerciallyviable.”
Throughexperimentsandobservation,,controversieshaveeruptedwhenthetacticshavebeenusedtosellquestionablebeautycreamsorunhealthyfoods.
to,habitslikehandwashingwithsoap________.
[A]shouldbefurthercultivated
[B]shouldbechangedgradually
[C]aredeepiyrootedinhistory
[D]arebasicallyprivateconcerns
water,chewinggunandskinmoisturizersarementionedinParagraph5soasto____
[A]revealtheirimpactonpeople’habits
[B]showtheurgentneedofdailynecessities
[C]indicatetheireffectonpeople’buyingpower
[D]manifestthesignificantroleofgoodhabits
ofthefollowingdoesNOTbelongtoproductsthathel