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2015年考研英語閱讀理解高分強化訓練100篇(簡體書)
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  所使用的文章全部來自Economist,Newsweek,Time和US News and World Report以及《英語文摘》、《英語世界》等歷年考研英語真題來源刊物,與真題選材保持高度的一致,閱讀練習從題目的設計到答案的解析都是由富有多年考研閱卷與輔導經驗的權威專家精心策劃編寫,完全體現考研真題的命題思路,從文章結構、重難點詞匯、長難句理解、題目解析以及全文翻譯等方面對文章進行全方位深度解析。
  白潔,女,1987年畢業于四川大學,獲英語語言文學碩士學位。托福考試中國人民大學考點負責人。曾任英語專業綜合技能訓練課;博士、碩士、本科公共英語;外貿英語;金融英語。負責學校教師出國的英語強化培訓。參與指導碩士生論文。與他人一起承擔99級本科因材施教教改項目。96-98年參加美國福特基金會項目介紹美國聯邦法院刑事、民事審判程序系列,之后由法律出版社出版了教材和教學光盤。還曾先后出版《英語語法理論極其流派》(合著)、《俄羅斯重振雄風》(翻譯)、《考研英語聽力專項突破》等多部著作或譯著。還發表《英語詞匯教學要注重輸出》(合著)、Perception Gap between Teachers and Learners and Its Implications(合著)、《剖析考研聽力難點,排除聽力障礙》等專業論文。1997年獲中國人民大學校級優秀科研成果著作獎,1998年獲中經報聯報業經營管理教學獎。
Unit One
第一單元試題解析
Unit Two
第二單元試題解析
Unit Three
第三單元試題解析
Unit Four
第四單元試題解析
Unit Five
第五單元試題解析
Unit Six
第六單元試題解析
Unit Seven
第七單元試題解析
Unit Eight
Unit One
第一單元試題解析
Unit Two
第二單元試題解析
Unit Three
第三單元試題解析
Unit Four
第四單元試題解析
Unit Five
第五單元試題解析
Unit Six
第六單元試題解析
Unit Seven
第七單元試題解析
Unit Eight
第八單元試題解析
Unit Nine
第九單元試題解析
Unit Ten
第十單元試題解析
Unit Eleven
第十一單元試題解析
Unit Twelve
第十二單元試題解析
Unit Thirteen
第十三單元試題解析
Unit Fourteen
第十四單元試題解析
Unit Fifteen
第十五單元試題解析
Unit Sixteen
第十六單元試題解析
Unit Seventeen
第十七單元試題解析
Unit Eighteen
第十八單元試題解析
Unit Nineteen
第十九單元試題解析
Unit Twenty
第二十單元試題解析
Unit Twenty one
第二十一單元試題解析

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  Unit One
  Part A
  Directions: 
  Read the following four texts  Answer the questions below each text by choosing A,B,C or D 
  Text 1
  The American economy, whether in government or private industry, has found retirement a convenient practice for managing the labor force On the positive side, widespread retirement has meant an expansion of leisure and opportunities for self fulfillment in later life On the negative side, the practice of retirement entails large costs, both in funding required for pension systems and in the loss of the accumulated skills and talents of older people 
  Critics of retirement as it exists today have pointed to the rigidity of retirement practices: for example, the fact that retirement is typically an all or nothing proposition Would it not be better to have some form of flexible or phased retirement, in which employees gradually reduce their work hours or take longer vacations  Such an approach might enable older workers to adjust better to retirement, while permitting employers to make gradual changes instead of coping with the abrupt departure of an employee Retirement could be radically redefined in the future 
  Earlier criticism of mandatory retirement at a fixed age led to legal abolition of the practice, for the most part, in 1986 The same kind of criticism has been leveled at the practice of age discrimination in employment The Age Discrimination in Employment Act forbids older workers from being limited or treated in any way that would harm their employment possibilities Still, most observers admit that age discrimination in the workplace remains widespread The negative stereotypes of older workers have caused employers to be reluctant to hire or train older people Sometimes such discrimination against older workers is based on mistaken ideas, such as the false belief that older workers are less productive In fact, empirical studies have not shown older workers to be less dependable in their job performance, nor are their absenteeism rate higher 
  Interest in the potential productivity of older workers has stimulated the growth of industrial gerontology, a field concerned with recruitment, performance appraisal, retraining, and redesign of jobs to permit older workers to be more productive Managing an older workforce will clearly be a challenge for the future There is also much support for the idea of work life extension; that is, adaptations of retirement roles or employment practices to enable older people to become more productive In favor of this idea is the fact that three quarters of employed people over 65 are in white collar occupations in service industries, which are less physically demanding than agriculture or manufacturing jobs As a result, it is sometimes argued, older people can remain in productive jobs now longer than in the past In addition, some analysts point to declining numbers of young people entering the workforce, thus anticipating a labor shortage later in the 1990s That development, if it occurred, might stimulate a need for older workers and a reversal of the trend toward early retirement 
  考研英語閱讀理解高分強化訓練100篇
  Unit One
  1 Opponents of the retirement policy say  
  A it costs too much money in the form of retirement pensions
  B retirement should be practiced only in the public sector
  C it gives more leisure to old people than they know how to use
  D it is too rigid and flexibility should be integrated into it
  2 What happened in 1986 
  A Age discrimination was legally abolished 
  B Retired people were no longer entitled to pensions 
  C Age limitation in retirement was abolished 
  D Mandatory retirement stopped being practiced 
  3 Empirical studies indicate that old people  
  A prefer working to retiringB are reliable workers
  C are less productive than peopleD are less dependable
  4 Industrial gerontology is concerned with  
  A how to meet the challenge of the future
  B finding out how productive older workers can be
  C how to manage older workers
  D finding out what kind of people can stay after the retirement age
  5 Which of the following might lead to work life extension 
  A The declining younger labor force 
  B Retraining of old people in modern skills 
  C The trend toward early retirement 
  D The expansion of agriculture and manufacturing industry 
  Text 2
  Resale Price Maintenance is the name used when a retailer is compelled to sell at a price fixed by the manufacturer instead of choosing for himself how much to add on to the wholesale price he pays for his supplies This practice is associated with the sale of“branded” goods, which now form a very considerable proportion of consumers  purchases and it has led to a great deal of controversy 
  Generally such articles are packed and advertised by the manufacturers, who try to create a special image in the minds of possible purchasers—an image made up of the look of the article, its use, its price, and everything else which might lead purchasers to ask for that brand rather than any other If a retailer is allowed to charge any price he likes he may find it worthwhile to sell one brand at “cut” prices even though this involves a loss, because he hopes to attract customers to the shop, where they may be persuaded to buy many other types of goods at higher prices The manufacturer of the brand that has been cut fears that the retailer may be tempted to reduce the services on this article, but even if he does not there is a danger that the customer becomes unsettled and is unwilling to pay the standard price of the article because he feels that he is being “done” This may, and indeed often does, affect the reputation of the manufacturer and lose him his market in the long run 
  It is sometimes said also that the housewife—who is the principal buyer of most of these goods—prefers a fixed price because she knows where she is and is saved the bother of going from shop to shop in search of lower prices If one shop cut all the prices of its branded goods she would undoubtedly have an advantage in shopping there But this does not happen A store usually lowers the price of one or two of its articles which act as a decoy and makes up its losses on others, and changes the cut price articles from week to week so as to attract different groups of customers And so the housewife may feel rather guilty if she does not spend time tracking down the cheaper goods How far this is true is a matter of temperament and it is impossible to estimate what proportion of purchasers prefer a price that they can rely on wherever they choose to buy and what proportion enjoy the challenge involved in finding the store that offers them a bargain 
  6 Manufactures oppose retailers cutting prices on their goods mainly because they think  
  A retailers may eventually stop selling their products
  B it may reduce customers  confidence in their products
  C customers may feel uneasy when prices vary
  D it may sometimes lead to poor service
  7 The word“article” in the second paragraph means  
  A a particular part or subject
  B a particular object or item
  C a particular section or item of a series in a written document, as in a contract
  D A non fictional literary composition that forms an independent part of a publication
  8 By saying“He feels that he is being ‘done’”, the author means that customer thinks  
  A someone is despising himB someone is maltreating him
  C someone is blackmailing himD someone is cheating him
  9 Which of the following statements is False according to the passage 
  A Good service other than price is important in attracting customers 
  B An article without a brand name is not subject to Resale Price Maintenance 
  C Manufactures attempt to influence possible purchasers by making their products easy to identify 
  D Housewives prefer fixed prices because fixed prices are much less likely to fluctuate 
  10 The sentence“She knows where she is” in the third paragraph can be paraphrased as “” 
  A She knows her placeB She knows her stuff
  C She feels secureD She feels unsafe
  ……

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