职称英语_卫生类_卫生(B)_预测试卷_2020年职称英语卫生类(B级) 预测试卷二_3

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1. 共用题干 1.Tired of social networking?Logging off Facebook?You're probably not the only one.Fearing for their privacy or perhaps just bored with using the site,100,000 Britons are said to have deactivated(注销)their accounts last month. And Facebook fatigue seems to be catching. Six million logged off for good in the U.S.too,figures show.Worldwide,the rate of growth has slowed for a second month in a row一and as it aims to reach its goal of one billion active users,Facebook is having to rely on developing countries to boost its numbers.The figures suggest that there could be a"natural limit" for Facebook's saturation(饱和).There is even speculation on blogs that, as is feared for its failing rival MySpace,the website could one day "pass into oblivion"(被人遗忘).
2.Earlier this year,executives announced that the number of Facebook accounts held in the UK had reached 30 million,accounting for about half the population.The milestone was an increase of four million from last July and represented the highest saturation of any country in Europe.
3.But times change一and last month more than 100,000 in the UK stopped using the website, figures show.In the U.S.,user numbers dropped from 155.2 million to 149.4 million throughout May.In Canada there was also a fall,of about 1.5 million users,while in Russia and Norway num-bers also fell by more than 100,000 users.
4.It's not all bad news for the site.Worldwide,Facebook is still expanding and has around 600 million users,thanks to strong growth in countries such as Mexico and Brazil.
5.According to Eric Eldon,of the website Inside Facebook,which obtained the figures through analysis of the company's advertising tools,there is a point at which the site can no longer grow, once it has established itself in a country."By the time Facebook reaches around 50 percent of the total population in a given country,growth generally slows to a halt,"he explained.
It is said that 100,000 Britons deactivated their Facebook accounts due to_________. A:around 50 percent of the total population in a given country B:highest saturation C:5.8 million D:Britain,Canada and the U.S. E:fear for privacy or perhaps just being bored with using the site F:Mexico and Brazil
答案:E
解析:本题考查的是对所读材料的大意和主旨的掌握。本段主要讲的是Facebook似乎有可能会面临被人遗忘的局面,因为无论是英国还是美国都有很多人梢户。
本题考查的是对所读材料的大意和主旨的掌握。本段主要讲的是今年年初时情况并非如此,在英国Facebook的用户大幅增加。
本题考查的是对所读材料的大意和主旨的掌握。本段主要讲的是在很多国家,如英国、美国、加拿大和挪威等,Facebook用户明显减少。
本题考查的是对所读材料的大意和主旨的掌握。本段主要讲的是尽管在某些国家Facebook用户减少,但是从全球范围看,Facebook的用户依然处于上升状态,尤其在墨西哥和巴西等国家。
本题考查的是对阐述文章的主旨事实与细节的了解。依据是第一段第四句:据称,因担心隐私外泄或者只是厌倦了使用社交网站,英国上月有10万人注梢了Facebook 账户。
本题考查的是对阐述文章的主旨事实与细节的了解。依据是第三段第二句:在美国,Facebook用户量在5月从1.552亿人下降到1.494亿人,由此可知美国用户量减少了580万人。
本题考查的是对阐述文章的主旨事实与细节的了解。依据是第四段最后一句:从全球来看,Facebook的用户量仍在上升,约为6亿人,这有赖于墨西哥、巴西等国用户量的大量增长。
本题考查的是对阐述文章的主旨事实与细节的了解。依据是最后一段最后一句,他解释说:" Facebook在某个国家的用户量达到人口总量的大约一半后,就逐渐停止增长了。”



2. 共用题干 1.Tired of social networking?Logging off Facebook?You're probably not the only one.Fearing for their privacy or perhaps just bored with using the site,100,000 Britons are said to have deactivated(注销)their accounts last month. And Facebook fatigue seems to be catching. Six million logged off for good in the U.S.too,figures show.Worldwide,the rate of growth has slowed for a second month in a row一and as it aims to reach its goal of one billion active users,Facebook is having to rely on developing countries to boost its numbers.The figures suggest that there could be a"natural limit" for Facebook's saturation(饱和).There is even speculation on blogs that, as is feared for its failing rival MySpace,the website could one day "pass into oblivion"(被人遗忘).
2.Earlier this year,executives announced that the number of Facebook accounts held in the UK had reached 30 million,accounting for about half the population.The milestone was an increase of four million from last July and represented the highest saturation of any country in Europe.
3.But times change一and last month more than 100,000 in the UK stopped using the website, figures show.In the U.S.,user numbers dropped from 155.2 million to 149.4 million throughout May.In Canada there was also a fall,of about 1.5 million users,while in Russia and Norway num-bers also fell by more than 100,000 users.
4.It's not all bad news for the site.Worldwide,Facebook is still expanding and has around 600 million users,thanks to strong growth in countries such as Mexico and Brazil.
5.According to Eric Eldon,of the website Inside Facebook,which obtained the figures through analysis of the company's advertising tools,there is a point at which the site can no longer grow, once it has established itself in a country."By the time Facebook reaches around 50 percent of the total population in a given country,growth generally slows to a halt,"he explained.
Paragraph 3__________ A:Facebook users in Britain increased a lot earlier this year. B:Facebook seems to be faced with a gloomy future. C:Facebook is a very popular social place for many people. D:Users of Facebook dropped dramatically in many countries. E:In spite of the setback in some countries,Facebook is still expanding worldwide. F: There is a reason for the decreasing users of Facebook.
答案:D
解析:本题考查的是对所读材料的大意和主旨的掌握。本段主要讲的是Facebook似乎有可能会面临被人遗忘的局面,因为无论是英国还是美国都有很多人梢户。
本题考查的是对所读材料的大意和主旨的掌握。本段主要讲的是今年年初时情况并非如此,在英国Facebook的用户大幅增加。
本题考查的是对所读材料的大意和主旨的掌握。本段主要讲的是在很多国家,如英国、美国、加拿大和挪威等,Facebook用户明显减少。
本题考查的是对所读材料的大意和主旨的掌握。本段主要讲的是尽管在某些国家Facebook用户减少,但是从全球范围看,Facebook的用户依然处于上升状态,尤其在墨西哥和巴西等国家。
本题考查的是对阐述文章的主旨事实与细节的了解。依据是第一段第四句:据称,因担心隐私外泄或者只是厌倦了使用社交网站,英国上月有10万人注梢了Facebook 账户。
本题考查的是对阐述文章的主旨事实与细节的了解。依据是第三段第二句:在美国,Facebook用户量在5月从1.552亿人下降到1.494亿人,由此可知美国用户量减少了580万人。
本题考查的是对阐述文章的主旨事实与细节的了解。依据是第四段最后一句:从全球来看,Facebook的用户量仍在上升,约为6亿人,这有赖于墨西哥、巴西等国用户量的大量增长。
本题考查的是对阐述文章的主旨事实与细节的了解。依据是最后一段最后一句,他解释说:" Facebook在某个国家的用户量达到人口总量的大约一半后,就逐渐停止增长了。”



3. 共用题干 1.Tired of social networking?Logging off Facebook?You're probably not the only one.Fearing for their privacy or perhaps just bored with using the site,100,000 Britons are said to have deactivated(注销)their accounts last month. And Facebook fatigue seems to be catching. Six million logged off for good in the U.S.too,figures show.Worldwide,the rate of growth has slowed for a second month in a row一and as it aims to reach its goal of one billion active users,Facebook is having to rely on developing countries to boost its numbers.The figures suggest that there could be a"natural limit" for Facebook's saturation(饱和).There is even speculation on blogs that, as is feared for its failing rival MySpace,the website could one day "pass into oblivion"(被人遗忘).
2.Earlier this year,executives announced that the number of Facebook accounts held in the UK had reached 30 million,accounting for about half the population.The milestone was an increase of four million from last July and represented the highest saturation of any country in Europe.
3.But times change一and last month more than 100,000 in the UK stopped using the website, figures show.In the U.S.,user numbers dropped from 155.2 million to 149.4 million throughout May.In Canada there was also a fall,of about 1.5 million users,while in Russia and Norway num-bers also fell by more than 100,000 users.
4.It's not all bad news for the site.Worldwide,Facebook is still expanding and has around 600 million users,thanks to strong growth in countries such as Mexico and Brazil.
5.According to Eric Eldon,of the website Inside Facebook,which obtained the figures through analysis of the company's advertising tools,there is a point at which the site can no longer grow, once it has established itself in a country."By the time Facebook reaches around 50 percent of the total population in a given country,growth generally slows to a halt,"he explained.
Growth generally slows to a halt when Facebook reaches_________. A:around 50 percent of the total population in a given country B:highest saturation C:5.8 million D:Britain,Canada and the U.S. E:fear for privacy or perhaps just being bored with using the site F:Mexico and Brazil
答案:A
解析:本题考查的是对所读材料的大意和主旨的掌握。本段主要讲的是Facebook似乎有可能会面临被人遗忘的局面,因为无论是英国还是美国都有很多人梢户。
本题考查的是对所读材料的大意和主旨的掌握。本段主要讲的是今年年初时情况并非如此,在英国Facebook的用户大幅增加。
本题考查的是对所读材料的大意和主旨的掌握。本段主要讲的是在很多国家,如英国、美国、加拿大和挪威等,Facebook用户明显减少。
本题考查的是对所读材料的大意和主旨的掌握。本段主要讲的是尽管在某些国家Facebook用户减少,但是从全球范围看,Facebook的用户依然处于上升状态,尤其在墨西哥和巴西等国家。
本题考查的是对阐述文章的主旨事实与细节的了解。依据是第一段第四句:据称,因担心隐私外泄或者只是厌倦了使用社交网站,英国上月有10万人注梢了Facebook 账户。
本题考查的是对阐述文章的主旨事实与细节的了解。依据是第三段第二句:在美国,Facebook用户量在5月从1.552亿人下降到1.494亿人,由此可知美国用户量减少了580万人。
本题考查的是对阐述文章的主旨事实与细节的了解。依据是第四段最后一句:从全球来看,Facebook的用户量仍在上升,约为6亿人,这有赖于墨西哥、巴西等国用户量的大量增长。
本题考查的是对阐述文章的主旨事实与细节的了解。依据是最后一段最后一句,他解释说:" Facebook在某个国家的用户量达到人口总量的大约一半后,就逐渐停止增长了。”



4. 共用题干 1.Tired of social networking?Logging off Facebook?You're probably not the only one.Fearing for their privacy or perhaps just bored with using the site,100,000 Britons are said to have deactivated(注销)their accounts last month. And Facebook fatigue seems to be catching. Six million logged off for good in the U.S.too,figures show.Worldwide,the rate of growth has slowed for a second month in a row一and as it aims to reach its goal of one billion active users,Facebook is having to rely on developing countries to boost its numbers.The figures suggest that there could be a"natural limit" for Facebook's saturation(饱和).There is even speculation on blogs that, as is feared for its failing rival MySpace,the website could one day "pass into oblivion"(被人遗忘).
2.Earlier this year,executives announced that the number of Facebook accounts held in the UK had reached 30 million,accounting for about half the population.The milestone was an increase of four million from last July and represented the highest saturation of any country in Europe.
3.But times change一and last month more than 100,000 in the UK stopped using the website, figures show.In the U.S.,user numbers dropped from 155.2 million to 149.4 million throughout May.In Canada there was also a fall,of about 1.5 million users,while in Russia and Norway num-bers also fell by more than 100,000 users.
4.It's not all bad news for the site.Worldwide,Facebook is still expanding and has around 600 million users,thanks to strong growth in countries such as Mexico and Brazil.
5.According to Eric Eldon,of the website Inside Facebook,which obtained the figures through analysis of the company's advertising tools,there is a point at which the site can no longer grow, once it has established itself in a country."By the time Facebook reaches around 50 percent of the total population in a given country,growth generally slows to a halt,"he explained.
Paragraph 1_________ A:Facebook users in Britain increased a lot earlier this year. B:Facebook seems to be faced with a gloomy future. C:Facebook is a very popular social place for many people. D:Users of Facebook dropped dramatically in many countries. E:In spite of the setback in some countries,Facebook is still expanding worldwide. F: There is a reason for the decreasing users of Facebook.
答案:B
解析:本题考查的是对所读材料的大意和主旨的掌握。本段主要讲的是Facebook似乎有可能会面临被人遗忘的局面,因为无论是英国还是美国都有很多人梢户。
本题考查的是对所读材料的大意和主旨的掌握。本段主要讲的是今年年初时情况并非如此,在英国Facebook的用户大幅增加。
本题考查的是对所读材料的大意和主旨的掌握。本段主要讲的是在很多国家,如英国、美国、加拿大和挪威等,Facebook用户明显减少。
本题考查的是对所读材料的大意和主旨的掌握。本段主要讲的是尽管在某些国家Facebook用户减少,但是从全球范围看,Facebook的用户依然处于上升状态,尤其在墨西哥和巴西等国家。
本题考查的是对阐述文章的主旨事实与细节的了解。依据是第一段第四句:据称,因担心隐私外泄或者只是厌倦了使用社交网站,英国上月有10万人注梢了Facebook 账户。
本题考查的是对阐述文章的主旨事实与细节的了解。依据是第三段第二句:在美国,Facebook用户量在5月从1.552亿人下降到1.494亿人,由此可知美国用户量减少了580万人。
本题考查的是对阐述文章的主旨事实与细节的了解。依据是第四段最后一句:从全球来看,Facebook的用户量仍在上升,约为6亿人,这有赖于墨西哥、巴西等国用户量的大量增长。
本题考查的是对阐述文章的主旨事实与细节的了解。依据是最后一段最后一句,他解释说:" Facebook在某个国家的用户量达到人口总量的大约一半后,就逐渐停止增长了。”



5. 共用题干 1.Tired of social networking?Logging off Facebook?You're probably not the only one.Fearing for their privacy or perhaps just bored with using the site,100,000 Britons are said to have deactivated(注销)their accounts last month. And Facebook fatigue seems to be catching. Six million logged off for good in the U.S.too,figures show.Worldwide,the rate of growth has slowed for a second month in a row一and as it aims to reach its goal of one billion active users,Facebook is having to rely on developing countries to boost its numbers.The figures suggest that there could be a"natural limit" for Facebook's saturation(饱和).There is even speculation on blogs that, as is feared for its failing rival MySpace,the website could one day "pass into oblivion"(被人遗忘).
2.Earlier this year,executives announced that the number of Facebook accounts held in the UK had reached 30 million,accounting for about half the population.The milestone was an increase of four million from last July and represented the highest saturation of any country in Europe.
3.But times change一and last month more than 100,000 in the UK stopped using the website, figures show.In the U.S.,user numbers dropped from 155.2 million to 149.4 million throughout May.In Canada there was also a fall,of about 1.5 million users,while in Russia and Norway num-bers also fell by more than 100,000 users.
4.It's not all bad news for the site.Worldwide,Facebook is still expanding and has around 600 million users,thanks to strong growth in countries such as Mexico and Brazil.
5.According to Eric Eldon,of the website Inside Facebook,which obtained the figures through analysis of the company's advertising tools,there is a point at which the site can no longer grow, once it has established itself in a country."By the time Facebook reaches around 50 percent of the total population in a given country,growth generally slows to a halt,"he explained.
Paragraph 2_________ A:Facebook users in Britain increased a lot earlier this year. B:Facebook seems to be faced with a gloomy future. C:Facebook is a very popular social place for many people. D:Users of Facebook dropped dramatically in many countries. E:In spite of the setback in some countries,Facebook is still expanding worldwide. F: There is a reason for the decreasing users of Facebook.
答案:A
解析:本题考查的是对所读材料的大意和主旨的掌握。本段主要讲的是Facebook似乎有可能会面临被人遗忘的局面,因为无论是英国还是美国都有很多人梢户。
本题考查的是对所读材料的大意和主旨的掌握。本段主要讲的是今年年初时情况并非如此,在英国Facebook的用户大幅增加。
本题考查的是对所读材料的大意和主旨的掌握。本段主要讲的是在很多国家,如英国、美国、加拿大和挪威等,Facebook用户明显减少。
本题考查的是对所读材料的大意和主旨的掌握。本段主要讲的是尽管在某些国家Facebook用户减少,但是从全球范围看,Facebook的用户依然处于上升状态,尤其在墨西哥和巴西等国家。
本题考查的是对阐述文章的主旨事实与细节的了解。依据是第一段第四句:据称,因担心隐私外泄或者只是厌倦了使用社交网站,英国上月有10万人注梢了Facebook 账户。
本题考查的是对阐述文章的主旨事实与细节的了解。依据是第三段第二句:在美国,Facebook用户量在5月从1.552亿人下降到1.494亿人,由此可知美国用户量减少了580万人。
本题考查的是对阐述文章的主旨事实与细节的了解。依据是第四段最后一句:从全球来看,Facebook的用户量仍在上升,约为6亿人,这有赖于墨西哥、巴西等国用户量的大量增长。
本题考查的是对阐述文章的主旨事实与细节的了解。依据是最后一段最后一句,他解释说:" Facebook在某个国家的用户量达到人口总量的大约一半后,就逐渐停止增长了。”



6. 共用题干 1.Tired of social networking?Logging off Facebook?You're probably not the only one.Fearing for their privacy or perhaps just bored with using the site,100,000 Britons are said to have deactivated(注销)their accounts last month. And Facebook fatigue seems to be catching. Six million logged off for good in the U.S.too,figures show.Worldwide,the rate of growth has slowed for a second month in a row一and as it aims to reach its goal of one billion active users,Facebook is having to rely on developing countries to boost its numbers.The figures suggest that there could be a"natural limit" for Facebook's saturation(饱和).There is even speculation on blogs that, as is feared for its failing rival MySpace,the website could one day "pass into oblivion"(被人遗忘).
2.Earlier this year,executives announced that the number of Facebook accounts held in the UK had reached 30 million,accounting for about half the population.The milestone was an increase of four million from last July and represented the highest saturation of any country in Europe.
3.But times change一and last month more than 100,000 in the UK stopped using the website, figures show.In the U.S.,user numbers dropped from 155.2 million to 149.4 million throughout May.In Canada there was also a fall,of about 1.5 million users,while in Russia and Norway num-bers also fell by more than 100,000 users.
4.It's not all bad news for the site.Worldwide,Facebook is still expanding and has around 600 million users,thanks to strong growth in countries such as Mexico and Brazil.
5.According to Eric Eldon,of the website Inside Facebook,which obtained the figures through analysis of the company's advertising tools,there is a point at which the site can no longer grow, once it has established itself in a country."By the time Facebook reaches around 50 percent of the total population in a given country,growth generally slows to a halt,"he explained.
Paragraph 4___________ A:Facebook users in Britain increased a lot earlier this year. B:Facebook seems to be faced with a gloomy future. C:Facebook is a very popular social place for many people. D:Users of Facebook dropped dramatically in many countries. E:In spite of the setback in some countries,Facebook is still expanding worldwide. F: There is a reason for the decreasing users of Facebook.
答案:E
解析:本题考查的是对所读材料的大意和主旨的掌握。本段主要讲的是Facebook似乎有可能会面临被人遗忘的局面,因为无论是英国还是美国都有很多人梢户。
本题考查的是对所读材料的大意和主旨的掌握。本段主要讲的是今年年初时情况并非如此,在英国Facebook的用户大幅增加。
本题考查的是对所读材料的大意和主旨的掌握。本段主要讲的是在很多国家,如英国、美国、加拿大和挪威等,Facebook用户明显减少。
本题考查的是对所读材料的大意和主旨的掌握。本段主要讲的是尽管在某些国家Facebook用户减少,但是从全球范围看,Facebook的用户依然处于上升状态,尤其在墨西哥和巴西等国家。
本题考查的是对阐述文章的主旨事实与细节的了解。依据是第一段第四句:据称,因担心隐私外泄或者只是厌倦了使用社交网站,英国上月有10万人注梢了Facebook 账户。
本题考查的是对阐述文章的主旨事实与细节的了解。依据是第三段第二句:在美国,Facebook用户量在5月从1.552亿人下降到1.494亿人,由此可知美国用户量减少了580万人。
本题考查的是对阐述文章的主旨事实与细节的了解。依据是第四段最后一句:从全球来看,Facebook的用户量仍在上升,约为6亿人,这有赖于墨西哥、巴西等国用户量的大量增长。
本题考查的是对阐述文章的主旨事实与细节的了解。依据是最后一段最后一句,他解释说:" Facebook在某个国家的用户量达到人口总量的大约一半后,就逐渐停止增长了。”



7. 共用题干 American sports are quite distinct from those played elsewhere in the world.The top four spectator team sports are American football,baseball,basketball,and ice hockey.Baseball is the oldest among these sports.The professional game dates from 1869 and has no close rivals in popularity until the 1960s;though baseball is no longer the most popular sport,it is still referred to as the nationa! pastime.Little boys play baseball in parks and empty lots,in streets and in alleys;and picnics all through the hot summer months include at least a few innings(回合)of baseball with boys and girls, young and old,taking turns at bat. Probably no American was very surprised to read in the newspapers that when a United States atomic submarine surfaced at the North Pole,the crewmen played a game of baseball.
Also unlike the professional levels of the other popular spectator sports in the U.S.,Major League Baseball teams play almost every day from April to October. American football(known simply as"football"in the U.S.)now attracts more television viewers than baseball;however, National Football League teams play only 16 regular -season games each year,so baseball is the great leader in ticket sales.The really important professional players are members of the 24 teams in America's two major baseball leagues.Each summer they are America's national heroes.At the end of the season,when the two top teams play against each other to find the winner of the"World Series",excitement and tension rise in cities all over the country.Fans make long trips to watch the games and to shout from their seats in the bleachers(廉价座位).Millions of others tune in on radio and television,sometimes making it a topic of conversation.And long after it is all over,baseball fans talk over the scores and the players,inning by inning,and the batting averages of the players this year compared to other years.(Batting averages show the percentage of times a player hits the ball effectively)
The President of the United States is invited to start the season each year by tossing the ball into the first game in Washington
D.C.一and he rarely fails to come.
A possible reason why the President of the United States is invited to start the season in Washington D.C.each year is that the President likes baseball. A:Right B:Wrong C:Not mentioned
答案:B
解析:美国的体育运动和世界上其他地方的体育运动类似。第一段第一句: American sports are quite distinct from those played elsewhere in the world.美国的体育运动和世界上其他地方的体育运动截然不同。因此本句是错误的。
四种最受欢迎的团体运动中,棒球的历史最为悠久。第一段第二、三句: The top four spectator team sports are American football,baseball,basketball,and ice hockey.Baseball is the oldest among these sports.四种最吸引观众的团体性运动分别是美式橄榄球、棒球、篮球和冰上曲棍球。这些运动中棒球历史最为悠久。因此本句话是正确的。
当读到核潜艇的船员在北极进行了场棒球比赛的新闻时,任何一个美国人都不会感到惊讶,因为棒球是美国的国球,很多人都喜欢这项运动。第一段第四句:…though baseball is no longer the most popular sport,it is still referred to as the national pastime.尽管棒球如今不再是最受欢迎的运动,但是依然被看作是美国的国球。接下来用具体例子来说明棒球运动在美国的受欢迎程度,最后一个关于核潜艇船员打棒球的例子也是为了说明这一点。因此本句话是正确的。
美式橄榄球在门票梢量方面仅次于棒球。文中对此没有提及。
当前两名球队进行决赛时,这个国家的很多人都觉得紧张而兴奋。At the end of the season,when the two top teams play against each other to find the winner of the "World Series", excitement and tension rise in cities all over the country.季末的时候当前两名球队为夺得“世界职业棒球大赛冠军”称号一决高低的时候,全国上下弥漫着兴奋和紧张的情绪。因此本句话是正确的。
棒球赛季结束不久之后人们就停止谈论棒球了。And long after it is all over, baseball fans talk over the scores and the players,...compared to other years.比赛结束很久之后,一些棒球迷还会谈论一场一场比赛的分数和球员的表现,以及球员今年和往年相比的安打率。因此本句是错误的。
美国总统之所以受邀在华盛顿特区开启棒球赛季大概是因为总统喜欢棒球运动。本文主要内容就是介绍棒球运动在美国的“国球”地位,所以最后一段说美国总统受邀开启棒球赛季依然是为了说明这个主题,而并不是因为美国总统喜欢棒球运动。因此本句是错误的。



8. 共用题干 1.Tired of social networking?Logging off Facebook?You're probably not the only one.Fearing for their privacy or perhaps just bored with using the site,100,000 Britons are said to have deactivated(注销)their accounts last month. And Facebook fatigue seems to be catching. Six million logged off for good in the U.S.too,figures show.Worldwide,the rate of growth has slowed for a second month in a row一and as it aims to reach its goal of one billion active users,Facebook is having to rely on developing countries to boost its numbers.The figures suggest that there could be a"natural limit" for Facebook's saturation(饱和).There is even speculation on blogs that, as is feared for its failing rival MySpace,the website could one day "pass into oblivion"(被人遗忘).
2.Earlier this year,executives announced that the number of Facebook accounts held in the UK had reached 30 million,accounting for about half the population.The milestone was an increase of four million from last July and represented the highest saturation of any country in Europe.
3.But times change一and last month more than 100,000 in the UK stopped using the website, figures show.In the U.S.,user numbers dropped from 155.2 million to 149.4 million throughout May.In Canada there was also a fall,of about 1.5 million users,while in Russia and Norway num-bers also fell by more than 100,000 users.
4.It's not all bad news for the site.Worldwide,Facebook is still expanding and has around 600 million users,thanks to strong growth in countries such as Mexico and Brazil.
5.According to Eric Eldon,of the website Inside Facebook,which obtained the figures through analysis of the company's advertising tools,there is a point at which the site can no longer grow, once it has established itself in a country."By the time Facebook reaches around 50 percent of the total population in a given country,growth generally slows to a halt,"he explained.
Facebook had strong growth in countries such as_________. A:around 50 percent of the total population in a given country B:highest saturation C:5.8 million D:Britain,Canada and the U.S. E:fear for privacy or perhaps just being bored with using the site F:Mexico and Brazil
答案:F
解析:本题考查的是对所读材料的大意和主旨的掌握。本段主要讲的是Facebook似乎有可能会面临被人遗忘的局面,因为无论是英国还是美国都有很多人梢户。
本题考查的是对所读材料的大意和主旨的掌握。本段主要讲的是今年年初时情况并非如此,在英国Facebook的用户大幅增加。
本题考查的是对所读材料的大意和主旨的掌握。本段主要讲的是在很多国家,如英国、美国、加拿大和挪威等,Facebook用户明显减少。
本题考查的是对所读材料的大意和主旨的掌握。本段主要讲的是尽管在某些国家Facebook用户减少,但是从全球范围看,Facebook的用户依然处于上升状态,尤其在墨西哥和巴西等国家。
本题考查的是对阐述文章的主旨事实与细节的了解。依据是第一段第四句:据称,因担心隐私外泄或者只是厌倦了使用社交网站,英国上月有10万人注梢了Facebook 账户。
本题考查的是对阐述文章的主旨事实与细节的了解。依据是第三段第二句:在美国,Facebook用户量在5月从1.552亿人下降到1.494亿人,由此可知美国用户量减少了580万人。
本题考查的是对阐述文章的主旨事实与细节的了解。依据是第四段最后一句:从全球来看,Facebook的用户量仍在上升,约为6亿人,这有赖于墨西哥、巴西等国用户量的大量增长。
本题考查的是对阐述文章的主旨事实与细节的了解。依据是最后一段最后一句,他解释说:" Facebook在某个国家的用户量达到人口总量的大约一半后,就逐渐停止增长了。”



9. 共用题干 American sports are quite distinct from those played elsewhere in the world.The top four spectator team sports are American football,baseball,basketball,and ice hockey.Baseball is the oldest among these sports.The professional game dates from 1869 and has no close rivals in popularity until the 1960s;though baseball is no longer the most popular sport,it is still referred to as the nationa! pastime.Little boys play baseball in parks and empty lots,in streets and in alleys;and picnics all through the hot summer months include at least a few innings(回合)of baseball with boys and girls, young and old,taking turns at bat. Probably no American was very surprised to read in the newspapers that when a United States atomic submarine surfaced at the North Pole,the crewmen played a game of baseball.
Also unlike the professional levels of the other popular spectator sports in the U.S.,Major League Baseball teams play almost every day from April to October. American football(known simply as"football"in the U.S.)now attracts more television viewers than baseball;however, National Football League teams play only 16 regular -season games each year,so baseball is the great leader in ticket sales.The really important professional players are members of the 24 teams in America's two major baseball leagues.Each summer they are America's national heroes.At the end of the season,when the two top teams play against each other to find the winner of the"World Series",excitement and tension rise in cities all over the country.Fans make long trips to watch the games and to shout from their seats in the bleachers(廉价座位).Millions of others tune in on radio and television,sometimes making it a topic of conversation.And long after it is all over,baseball fans talk over the scores and the players,inning by inning,and the batting averages of the players this year compared to other years.(Batting averages show the percentage of times a player hits the ball effectively)
The President of the United States is invited to start the season each year by tossing the ball into the first game in Washington
D.C.一and he rarely fails to come.
People stop talking about baseball soon after the end of the season. A:Right B:Wrong C:Not mentioned
答案:B
解析:美国的体育运动和世界上其他地方的体育运动类似。第一段第一句: American sports are quite distinct from those played elsewhere in the world.美国的体育运动和世界上其他地方的体育运动截然不同。因此本句是错误的。
四种最受欢迎的团体运动中,棒球的历史最为悠久。第一段第二、三句: The top four spectator team sports are American football,baseball,basketball,and ice hockey.Baseball is the oldest among these sports.四种最吸引观众的团体性运动分别是美式橄榄球、棒球、篮球和冰上曲棍球。这些运动中棒球历史最为悠久。因此本句话是正确的。
当读到核潜艇的船员在北极进行了场棒球比赛的新闻时,任何一个美国人都不会感到惊讶,因为棒球是美国的国球,很多人都喜欢这项运动。第一段第四句:…though baseball is no longer the most popular sport,it is still referred to as the national pastime.尽管棒球如今不再是最受欢迎的运动,但是依然被看作是美国的国球。接下来用具体例子来说明棒球运动在美国的受欢迎程度,最后一个关于核潜艇船员打棒球的例子也是为了说明这一点。因此本句话是正确的。
美式橄榄球在门票梢量方面仅次于棒球。文中对此没有提及。
当前两名球队进行决赛时,这个国家的很多人都觉得紧张而兴奋。At the end of the season,when the two top teams play against each other to find the winner of the "World Series", excitement and tension rise in cities all over the country.季末的时候当前两名球队为夺得“世界职业棒球大赛冠军”称号一决高低的时候,全国上下弥漫着兴奋和紧张的情绪。因此本句话是正确的。
棒球赛季结束不久之后人们就停止谈论棒球了。And long after it is all over, baseball fans talk over the scores and the players,...compared to other years.比赛结束很久之后,一些棒球迷还会谈论一场一场比赛的分数和球员的表现,以及球员今年和往年相比的安打率。因此本句是错误的。
美国总统之所以受邀在华盛顿特区开启棒球赛季大概是因为总统喜欢棒球运动。本文主要内容就是介绍棒球运动在美国的“国球”地位,所以最后一段说美国总统受邀开启棒球赛季依然是为了说明这个主题,而并不是因为美国总统喜欢棒球运动。因此本句是错误的。



10. 共用题干 1.Tired of social networking?Logging off Facebook?You're probably not the only one.Fearing for their privacy or perhaps just bored with using the site,100,000 Britons are said to have deactivated(注销)their accounts last month. And Facebook fatigue seems to be catching. Six million logged off for good in the U.S.too,figures show.Worldwide,the rate of growth has slowed for a second month in a row一and as it aims to reach its goal of one billion active users,Facebook is having to rely on developing countries to boost its numbers.The figures suggest that there could be a"natural limit" for Facebook's saturation(饱和).There is even speculation on blogs that, as is feared for its failing rival MySpace,the website could one day "pass into oblivion"(被人遗忘).
2.Earlier this year,executives announced that the number of Facebook accounts held in the UK had reached 30 million,accounting for about half the population.The milestone was an increase of four million from last July and represented the highest saturation of any country in Europe.
3.But times change一and last month more than 100,000 in the UK stopped using the website, figures show.In the U.S.,user numbers dropped from 155.2 million to 149.4 million throughout May.In Canada there was also a fall,of about 1.5 million users,while in Russia and Norway num-bers also fell by more than 100,000 users.
4.It's not all bad news for the site.Worldwide,Facebook is still expanding and has around 600 million users,thanks to strong growth in countries such as Mexico and Brazil.
5.According to Eric Eldon,of the website Inside Facebook,which obtained the figures through analysis of the company's advertising tools,there is a point at which the site can no longer grow, once it has established itself in a country."By the time Facebook reaches around 50 percent of the total population in a given country,growth generally slows to a halt,"he explained.
Throughout May in the U.S.,Facebook user numbers dropped_________. A:around 50 percent of the total population in a given country B:highest saturation C:5.8 million D:Britain,Canada and the U.S. E:fear for privacy or perhaps just being bored with using the site F:Mexico and Brazil
答案:C
解析:本题考查的是对所读材料的大意和主旨的掌握。本段主要讲的是Facebook似乎有可能会面临被人遗忘的局面,因为无论是英国还是美国都有很多人梢户。
本题考查的是对所读材料的大意和主旨的掌握。本段主要讲的是今年年初时情况并非如此,在英国Facebook的用户大幅增加。
本题考查的是对所读材料的大意和主旨的掌握。本段主要讲的是在很多国家,如英国、美国、加拿大和挪威等,Facebook用户明显减少。
本题考查的是对所读材料的大意和主旨的掌握。本段主要讲的是尽管在某些国家Facebook用户减少,但是从全球范围看,Facebook的用户依然处于上升状态,尤其在墨西哥和巴西等国家。
本题考查的是对阐述文章的主旨事实与细节的了解。依据是第一段第四句:据称,因担心隐私外泄或者只是厌倦了使用社交网站,英国上月有10万人注梢了Facebook 账户。
本题考查的是对阐述文章的主旨事实与细节的了解。依据是第三段第二句:在美国,Facebook用户量在5月从1.552亿人下降到1.494亿人,由此可知美国用户量减少了580万人。
本题考查的是对阐述文章的主旨事实与细节的了解。依据是第四段最后一句:从全球来看,Facebook的用户量仍在上升,约为6亿人,这有赖于墨西哥、巴西等国用户量的大量增长。
本题考查的是对阐述文章的主旨事实与细节的了解。依据是最后一段最后一句,他解释说:" Facebook在某个国家的用户量达到人口总量的大约一半后,就逐渐停止增长了。”




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