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2020年9月大学英语四级考试真题+答案解析(一)

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2020年9月大学英语四级考试真题(一)


PartI        Writing (30minutes)


Directions:Forthispart,youareallowed30minutestowriteanessayononlinelibraries.Youcanstart youressaywiththesentence "Onlinelibrariesarebecomingincreasinglypopular".Youshouldwriteatleast l20wordsbutnomorethanl80words.



PartⅡ        ListeningComprehension (25minutes)


sectionA Directions:Inthissection,youwillhearthreenewsreports.Attheendofeachnewsreport,youwillhear twoorthreeauestions.Boththenewsreportandtheauestionswillbespokenonlyonce.Afteryouheara auestion,youmustchoosethebestanswerfromthefourchoicesmarkedA),B),C)andD).Thenmark thecorrespondingletteronAnswerSheet1withasinglelinethroughthecentre.

Questionsland2arebasedonthenewsreportyouhaveiustheard.

1.A)ShiptrafficintheAtlantic. C)ExhaustfromcarsinEurope.

B)Warmcurrentsintheocean. D)Particlesemittedbypowerplants.

2.A)Theyneedtobetakenseriously. C)Theymightbecausingtroubletoairflights. B)Theyhaveahugeeffectonfishery. D)Theymaybeaffectingtheworld'sclimate.

Questions3and4arebasedonthenewsreportyouhaveiustheard.

3.A)Toappealforhigherwages. C)Tocallforapermanentsecurityguard. B)Todemandbetterhealthcare. D)Todismissthebad-temperedsupervisor.

4.A)1thadalreadytakenstrongaction. C)1twouldtaketheirappealseriously. B)1twouldputcustomers'needsfirst. D)1twasseekinghelpfromthepolice.

Questions5to7arebasedonthenewsreportyouhaveiustheard.

5.A)Theroadwasflooded. C)Theroadwasfrozenwithsnow.

B)Theroadwasblocked. D)Theroadwascoveredwithspilledgas.

6.A)Atruckplungedintoapoolofliquidchocolate.

B)Theheavysnow madedrivingverydifficult. C)Thetruckdriverdozedoffwhiledriving.

D)Atruckhitabarrierandoverturned.

7.A)1twasalongtimebeforethecleanupwasfinished. B)1twasahardtasktoremovethespilledsubstance. C)1twasfortunatethatnopassengergotiniured.

D)1twasdifficulttocontactthemanufacturer.


sectionB Directions:Inthissection,youwiIIheartwoIongconversations.Attheendofeachconversation,youwiII hearfourauestions.BoththeconversationandtheauestionswiIIbespokenonIyonce.Afteryouheara auestion,youmustchoosethebestanswerfromthefourchoicesmarkedA),B),C)andD).Thenmark thecorrespondingIetteronAnswerSheetlwithasingIeIinethroughthecentre.

Questions8tollarebasedontheconversationyouhavejustheard.

8.A)Shewantedtosaveforanewphone. C)Shecouldenjoydiscountswithcash.

B)Shefounditmuchsafertousecash. D)Shehadbeencheatedusingphoneapps.

9.A)Theycansavealotmoretimeandtrouble. B)Theyfinditlessdifficulttomakepurchases. C)Theyderivegreaterpleasurefrombuyingthings. D)Theyarelessawareofthevalueoftheirmoney.


10.A)Morevaluableitems.

B)Morenon-essentialthings.

11.A)1tcanimproveshoppingefficiency. B)1tisalteringthewayofshopping.

C)

Everydaynecessities. D)Electronicdevices. C)1tmayleadtoexcessivespending. D)1tappealsmoretoyoungerpeople.


Questionsl2tol5arebasedontheconversationyouhavejustheard.

12.A)Hewantedtoordersomewoodenfurniture. B)Hehadtochangethefurnituredeliverytime. C)Hehadaproblem withthefurnituredelivered. D)Hewantedthefurniturestoretogivehimarefund.

13.A)Sendthefurniturebacktothestore. C)Collectthefurnitureheordered. B)Describethefurniturehereceived. D)Buyanotherbrandoffurniture.

14.A)Correcttheirmistake. C)Apologizetohiswife.

B)1mprovetheirservice. D)Givethemoneyback.

15.A)Sherecommendedanewstyle.

B)Sheofferedsomegifttotheman. C)Sheapologizedtothemanoncemore. D)Shecheckedalltheitemswiththeman.

sectionC Directions:Inthissection,youwiIIhearthreepassages.Attheendofeachpassage,youwiIIhearthreeor fourauestions.BoththepassageandtheauestionswiIIbespokenonIyonce.Afteryouhearaauestion,you

mustchoosethebestanswerfrom thefourchoices marked A ),B),C)and D ).Then markthe correspondingIetteronAnswerSheetlwithasingIeIinethroughthecentre.

Questionsl6tol8arebasedonthepassageyouhavejustheard.

16.A)Readingbooksofwisdom. C)Sharingwithothers. B)Tidyingupone'shome. D)Donatingtocharity.

17.A)Thingsthatmakeonehappy. C)Thingsthatoccupylittlespace. B)Thingsthatarebecomingrare. D)Thingsthatcostalotofmoney.

18.A)1tjoinedthecity'sclean-upcampaign. B)1tsoldasmanyasfiftyboxesofbooks. C)1treceivedanincrediblylargenumberofdonatedbooks. D)1tdidlittlebusinessbecauseoftheunusualcoldweather.


Questionsl9to2larebasedonthepassageyouhavejustheard.

19.A)Givefreemealstothehomeless. C)Helpthevulnerabletocooklunches.

B)Provideshelterforthehomeless. D)Callforchangeinthelocalgovernment.

20.A)Strengthenco-operation. C)Winnationalsupport.

B)Promoteunderstanding. D)Followhisexample.

21.A)Spreadingnewsofhisdeeds. C)Followingtheexamplehesets. B)Writinghimthank-younotes. D)Sendinghimhand-madebags.

Questions22to25arebasedonthepassageyouhavejustheard.

22.A)Tosolvewordsearchpuzzles. B)Tosendsmartphonemessages. C)Totesttheireyesightusingaphoneapp. D)Toinstallsomeaudioequipmentinalab.

23.A)Theycouldnotgoonuntiltheringingstopped. B)Theycouldnolongerconcentrateontheirtask. C)Theygrabbedthephoneandcalledbackrightaway. D)Theyaskedtheirexperimentertohangupthephone.

24.A)Ariseinemotionalproblems. C)Areductionintheamountofsleep. B)Adeclineinsportsactivities. D)Adeclineinacademicperformance.

25.A)Protecttheeyesightoftheyoungergeneration. B)Takeeffectivemeasurestoraiseproductivity. C)Realizethedisruptiveeffectsoftechnology.

D)Ensuretheyhavesufficientsleepeveryday.


Partm ReadingComprehension (40minutes)

sectionA Directions:Inthissection,thereisapassagewithtenbIanks.YouarereauiredtoseIectonewordforeach bIankfromaIistofchoicesgiveninawordbankfoIIowingthepassage.ReadthepassagethroughcarefuIIy beforemakingyourchoices.EachchoiceinthebankisidentifiedbyaIetter.PIeasemarkthecorresponding IetterforeachitemonAnswerSheet2withasingIeIinethroughthecentre.Youmaynotuseanyofthe wordsinthebankmorethanonce.

There'rethreemaintypesoffinancialstresspeopleencounter.Thefirsttypeisapparentinpeople beingstressedaboutthe      26      upsanddownsofinvestmentmarkets  actuallynotsomuchtheups, but     27      thedowns.Thesepeopleareusuallyunableorunpreparedtoendurethelonghaul.

Thenextcommontypeoffinancialstressisthatcausedbydebt.1na     28      percentageofcasesof debt-inducedfinancialstress,creditcardsandloanswillbeacentralelement.Oftenthere'llbeacarloan andperhapsamortgage,butcreditcardsoftenseemtobethegatewaytodebt-relatedfinancialdifficulties formany.

Thethirdtypeofstressand     29     theleastknownisinheritedfinancialstress,whichisthemost

destructive.1tisexperiencedbythosewhohavegrownupinhouseholdswheretheirparentsregularly

     30 andfoughtaboutmoney.Moneythereforebecomesastressfultopic,andsothethoughtof sittingdownandplanningisanunattractive     31 .

Thosesufferinginheritedfinancialanxiety      32 tofollowoneoftwopatterns.Eithertheyput theirheadinthesand:they would      33   examiningtheirfinancialstatements,budgeting,and


discussingfinancial matters withthoseclosesttothem.Alternatively,they would gotothe other

     34 ,and micro-analyzeeverything,tothepointofcomplete      35 .They'reconvincedthat whateverdecisiontheymakewillbethewrongone.



SectionB Directions:Inthissection,youaregoingtoreadapassagewithtenstatementsattachedtoit.Each statementcontainsinformationgiveninoneoftheparagraphs.Identifytheparagraphfrom whichthe

informationisderived.You maychooseaparagraph morethanonce.Eachparagraphismarkedwitha Ietter.AnswertheauestionsbymarkingthecorrespondingIetteronAnswerSheet2.

Doctor'sorders昌LetchiIdrenjustpIay

A)1magineadrugthatcouldenhanceachild'screativityandcriticalthinking.1maginethatthisdrugwere simpletomake,safetotake,andcouldbehadforfree.Thenation'sleadingpediatricians(儿科医生)

saythismiraclecompoundexists.1nanewclinicalreport,theyareurgingdoctorstoprescribeit liberallytothechildrenintheircare.

B)"Thismayseemold-fashioned,butthereareskillstobelearnedwhenkidsaren'ttoldwhattodo,"

saidDr.MichaelYogman,aHarvardMedicalSchoolpediatricianwholedthedraftingofthecallto arms.Whetherit'sroughphysicalplay,outdoorplayorpretendplay,kidsderiveimportantlessons fromthechancetomakethingsupastheygo,hesaid.

C)Theadvice,issued MondaybytheAmericanAcademyofPediatrics,maycomeasashocktosome parents.Afterspendingyearsfretting (烦恼)overwhichtoystobuy,whichappstodownloadand whichskill-buildingprogramstosendtheirkidstoafterschool,lettingthemsimplyplay  orbetter yet,playingwiththem  couldseemlikeastepbackward.Thepediatriciansinsistthatit'snot.The

academy'sguidancedoesnotincludespecificrecommendationsforthedosingofplay.1nstead,itasks doctorstoadviseparentsbeforetheirbabiesturntwothatplayisessentialtohealthydevelopment.

D)"Playis not silly behavior,"the academy's report declares.1t fosters children's creativity,

cooperation,andproblem-solvingskills  allofwhicharecriticalfora21st-centuryworkforce.When parentsengageinplaywiththeirchildren,itbuildsawallagainsttheharmfuleffectsofallkindsof stress,includingpoverty,theacademysays.1nthepediatricians'view,essentiallyeverylifeskillthat's valuedinadultscanbebuiltupwithplay."Collaboration,negotiation,decision-making,creativity, leadership,andincreasedphysicalactivityarejustsomeoftheskillsandbenefitschildrengainthrough

play,"theywrote.Thepediatricians'appealcomesaskidsarebeingsqueezedbyincreasingacademic demandsatschoolandtheconstantinvasionofdigitalmedia.

E)Thetrendshavebeenalongtimecoming.Between1981and1997,detailedtime-usestudiesshowed

thatthetimechildrenspentatplaydeclinedby25percent.Sincetheadoptionofsweepingeducation reformsin2001,publicschoolshavesteadilyincreasedtheamountoftimedevotedtopreparingfor

standardizedtests.Thefocusonacademic"skillsanddrills"hascutdeeplyintorecess (课间休息)and othertimeforfreeplay.


F)By2009,astudyofLosAngeIeskindergartencIassroomsfoundthatfive-year-oIdsweresoburdened withacademicrequirementsthattheyweredowntoanaverageofjustl9minutesperdayof"choice time,,whentheywerepermittedtopIayfreeIywithbIocks,toysorotherchiIdren.OneinfourLos AngeIesteachersreportedtherewasnotimeataIIfor"freepIay.,Increasedacademicpressureshave

Ieft30percentofU.S.kindergartencIasseswithoutanyrecess.SuchfindingspromptedtheAmerican AcademyofPediatricstoissueapoIicystatementin20l3onthe"cruciaIroIeofrecessinschooI.,

G)Pediatriciansaren'ttheonIyoneswhohavenoticed.InareporttitIed"CrisisintheKindergarten,,a groupofeducators,heaIthprofessionaIsandchiIdadvocatescaIIedtheIossofpIayinearIychiIdhood "atragedy,bothforthechiIdrenthemseIvesandforournationandtheworId.,KidsinpIay-based kindergartens"endupequaIIygoodorbetteratreadingandotherinteIIectuaIskiIIs,andtheyaremore IikeIytobecomeweII-adjustedheaIthypeopIe,,theAIIianceforChiIdhoodsaidin2009.Indeed,new researchdemonstrateswhypIayingwithbIocksmighthavebeentimebetterspent,Yogmansaid.The triaIassessedtheeffectivenessofanearIymathematicsintervention (干预)aimedatpreschooIers.The

resuItsshowedaImostnogainsinmathachievement.

H)AnotherpIaytimethief:thegrowingproportionofkids'timespentinfrontofscreensanddigitaI devices,evenamongpreschooIers.Lastyear,CommonSenseMediareportedthatchiIdrenupthrough

ageeightspentanaverageoftwohoursandl9 minutesinfrontofscreenseachday,incIudingan averageof42minutesadayforthoseundertwo.ThisincreaseofdigitaIusecomeswithrisingrisksof obesity,sIeep deprivation and cognitive  (认 知 的 ),Ianguage andsociaI-emotionaIdeIays,the AmericanAcademyofPediatricswarnedin20l6.

I) "IrespectthatparentshavebusyIivesandit'seasytohandachiIdaniPhone,,Yogmansaid."But

there'sacosttothat.ForyoungchiIdren,it'smuchtoopassive.AndkidsreaIIyIearnbetterwhen they'reactiveIyengagedandhavetoreaIIydiscoverthings.,

J)ThedecIineofpIayisaspeciaIhazardfortheroughIylin5chiIdrenintheUnitedStateswhoIivein poverty.Thesel4 miIIionchiIdren mosturgentIy needto deveIoptheresiIience  (韧 动)thatis cuItivatedwithpIay.Instead,Yogmansaid,theyaredisproportionateIyaffectedbysomeofthetrends thataremakingpIayscarce:academicpressuresatschooIsthatneedtoimprovetestscores,outside pIayareasthatareIimitedorunsafe,andparentswhoIackthetimeorenergytoshareinpIaytime.

K)YogmanaIsoworriesaboutthepressuresthatsqueezepIaytimeformoreaffIuentkids."Thenotion thatasparentsweneedtoscheduIeeveryminuteoftheirtimeisnotdoingthemagreatservice,,he said.EvenweII-meaningparentsmaybe"robbingthemoftheopportunitytohavethatjoyofdiscovery andcuriosity  theopportunitytofindthingsoutontheirown.,

L)PIay maynotbeahardseIItokids.ButUCLApediatricianCarIosLerneracknowIedgedthatthe pediatricians'newprescriptionmaymeetwithskepticism  (怀疑)fromparents,whoareanxiousfor

adviceonhowtogivetheirkidsaIegupintheworId.TheyshouIdweIcomethesimpIicityofthe message,Lernersaid."It'sIiberatingtobeabIetoofferthemthisadvice:thatyouspendingtimewith yourchiIdandIettinghimpIayisoneofthemostvaIuabIethingsyoucando,,hesaid."Itdoesn'thave toinvoIvespendingaIotofmoneyortime,orjoiningaparentinggroup.It'ssomethingwecanoffer that'sachievabIe.Theyjustdon'trecognizeitrightnowasparticuIarIyvaIuabIe.,

36.IncreaseduseofdigitaIdevicessteaIsawaychiIdren'spIaytime. 37.Sincethebeginningofthiscentury,anincreasingamountoftimehasbeenshiftedinpubIicschooIs

fromrecesstoacademicactivities.


38.Ithasbeenacknowledgedthatwhilekidsmaywelcomepediatricians'recommendation,theirparents maydoubtitsfeasibility.

39.Accordingtosomeprofessionals,deprivationofyoungchildren'splaytimewilldoharm notonlyto

childrenthemselvesbuttothecountryandtheworld.

40.Byplayingwithchildren,parentscanpreventthemfrombeingharmedbystress.

4l.Playing with digital devices discourages kidsfrom active discovery,according to pediatrician Dr.MichaelYogman.

42.Thesuggestionoflettingchildrensimplyplaymaysoundlikegoingbackwardstoparentswhowantto helpbuildtheirchildren'sskills.

43.Dr.MichaelYogmanbelievestheideathatparentsshouldcarefullyschedulechildren'stimemaynot behelpfultotheirgrowth.

44.OnequarterofteachersinanAmericancitysaidthatchildreninkindergartenshadnotimeforplaying freely.

45.Accordingtoapediatrician,nomatterwhatkindofplaychildrenengagein,theyarelearninghowto

createthings.

sectionC Directions:Thereare2passa8esinthissection.Eachpassa8eisfoIIowedbysomeauestionsorunfinished statements.ForeachofthemtherearefourchoicesmarkedA),B),C)andD).YoushouIddecideonthe bestchoiceandmarkthecorrespondin8IetteronAnswerSheet2withasin8IeIinethrou8hthecentre.

Passage0ne Questions46to50arebasedonthefollowingpassage.

Americansspend billionsof dollarseach yeartryingto changetheir weight with diets,gym

membershipsandplasticsurgery.

Tryingtoliveuptotheimagesof "perfect,modelsand movieheroeshasadarkside:anxiety, depression,aswellasunhealthystrategiesforweightlossormusclegain.Italsohasafinancialcost. HavinganeatingdisorderboostsannualhealthcarecostsbynearlyUS$2,000perperson.

Whyistherebothexternalandinternalpressuretolook"perfect,9 Onereasonisthatsocietyrewards peoplewhoarethinandhealthy-looking.Researchershaveshownthatbodymassindexisrelatedtowages andincome.Especiallyforwomen,thereisaclearpenaltyatworkforbeingoverweightorobese.Some

studieshavealsofoundanimpactformen,thoughalessnoticeableone.

Whiletheresearchliteratureisclearthatlabormarketsuccessispartlybasedonhowemployersand customersperceiveyourbodyimage,noonehadexploredtheothersideofthequestion.Doesaperson's ownperceptionofbodyimagemattertoearningsandotherindicatorsofsuccessintheworkplace9

Ourrecentlypublishedstudyansweredthisquestionbytrackingalargenationalrandomsampleof Americansoveracriticaltimeperiodwhenbodieschangefromteenageshapeintoadultformandwhen peoplebuildtheiridentities.

Asinotherresearch,womeninoursampletendtoover-perceivetheirweight theythinkthey're

heavierthantheyare  whilementendtounder-perceivetheirs.

Wefoundnorelationshipbetweentheaverageperson'sself-perceptionofweightandlabormarket outcomes,althoughself-perceivedweightcaninfluenceseIf﹒esteem (自尊心),mentalhealthandhealth behaviors.


Whilethecontinuedgenderpenaltyinthelabormarketisfrustrating,ourfindingthatmisperceived weightdoesnotharm workersismoreheartening.

Sinceemployers'perceptionofweightiswhatmattersinthelabormarket,changingdiscrimination

lawstoincludebodytypeasacategorywouldhelp.Michiganistheonlystatethatprohibitsdiscrimination onthebasisofweightandheight.Webelieveexpandingsuchprotectionswouldmakethelabormarket morefairandefficient.

46.Whatdoestheauthorsaymayhaveanadverseimpactonpeople?

A)Undergoingplasticsurgeriesinpursuitofbeauty. B)1mitatingthelifestylesofheroesandrolemodels. C)Strivingtoachieveperfectionregardlessoffinancialcost. D)Attemptingtomeetsociety'sexpectationofappearance.

47.Whathaveresearchersfoundoutaboutpeople'searnings?

A)Theyarecloselyrelatedtopeople'ssocialstatus. B)Theyhavetodowithpeople'sbodyweightandshape. C)Theyseemtomattermuchlesstomenthantowomen. D)Theymaynotbeequaltopeople'scontributions.

48.Whatdoestheauthor'srecentstudyfocuson?

A)Previousliteratureonindicatorsofcompetitivenessintheworkplace. B)Traitsthatmattermostinone'spursuitofsuccessinthelabormarket. C)Whetherself-perceptionofbodyimageimpactsone'sworkplacesuccess. D)Howbosses'perceptionofbodyimageimpactsemployees'advancement.

49.Whatisthefindingoftheauthor'srecentresearch?

A)Beingoverweightactuallydoesnotdomuchharmtotheoverallwell-beingofemployees. B)Peoplearenotadverselyaffectedintheworkplacebyfalseself-perceptionofbodyweight. C)Self-esteemhelpstocombatgenderinequalityintheworkplace.

D)Genderinequalitycontinuestofrustratealotoffemaleemployees.

50.Whatdoestheauthorthinkwouldhelpimprovethesituationinthelabormarket?

A)Banningdiscriminationonthebasisofemployees'bodyimage. B)Expandingprotectionofwomenagainstgenderdiscrimination. C)Helpingemployeeschangetheirownperceptionofbeauty.

D)Excludingbodyshapeasacategoryinthelaborcontract.

PassageTwo Questions5lto55arebasedonthefollowingpassage.

Thework-lifebalanceisdead.Bythis,1'mnotadvocatingthatyoushouldgiveupyourpursuitof

havingafulfillingcareerandathrivingpersonallife,and1'mdefinitelynotsayingthatyouhavetogiveup onetohavetheother.1alsoacknowledgethatwehaveawork-lifeproblem,but1'marguingthatthe conceptofbalancehasneverbeenhelpful,becauseit'stoolimiting.Yousee,ourlanguage makesa difference,andhowwerefertothingsmattersbecauseitaffectsourthinkingandthereforeouractions. Attheminimum,mostofusworkbecausewewanttobeabletosupportourselves,ourfamilies,and thepeoplearoundus.1ntheidealworld,we'realldoingworkthatwe'reproudofandthatprovides meaningandpurposetous.Butevenifyourjobdoesn'tgiveyoushiversofjoyeachnewday,workingisa


partofwhateachofusdoesandthecontributionwemaketosociety.WhenyouseparateworkandIife, it'saIittIebithardertomakethatconnection.ButwhenyouthinkofworkaspartofafuIIIifeanda compIeteexperience,itbecomeseasiertoseethatsuccessinoneaspectoftensupportsanother.

LosingyourbaIanceandfaIIingisn'tpIeasant.AgoaItobaIancesuggeststhatthingscouIdquickIyget offbaIance,andthatcausesterribIeoutcomes.It'smoreconstructivetothinkofsoIutionsthatcontinueto evoIveovershiftsinIifeandwork.RatherthanfaIIingorfaiIing,youmayhavegooddaysorbetterdays ornot-so-gooddays.ThesevariationsarenormaI,andit'smoreusefuItothinkofIifeassomethingthatis everevoIvingandchanging,ratherthanahigh-riskenterprisewherethingscouIdgo wrongwithone

misstep.

HowwetaIktoourseIvesmatters,andhow wetaIkaboutissuesmakesadifference.Let'sbury "work-IifebaIance,andthinkbiggerandbetteraboutwork-IifefuIfiIImenttodoaIittIeIessbaIancingand aIotmoreIiving.

5l.Whatdoestheauthorsuggestbysaying"Thework-IifebaIanceisdead,?

A)ThehopeofachievingathrivingIifeisimpossibIetoreaIize. B)ThepursuitofafuIfiIIingcareerinvoIvespersonaIsacrifice. C)TheimbaIancebetweenworkandIifesimpIydoesn'texistanymore. D)Theconceptofwork-IifebaIancecontributesIittIetoafuIfiIIingIife.

52.WhatdoestheauthorsayaboutouruseofIanguage?

A)Itimpactshowwethinkandbehave. C)ItrefIectshowwecommunicate. B)Itchangeswiththepassageoftime. D)Itdiffersfrompersontoperson.

53.WhatdoestheauthorsaywedoinanideaIworId?

A)WedoworkthatbetterstheIivesofourfamiIiesandfriends. B)Wedoworkthatgivesusburstsofjoyeachnewday.

C)WedomeaningfuIworkthatcontributestosociety.

D)WedodemandingworkthatbringsourcapacityintofuIIpIay.

54.WhatdoestheauthorsayaboutIife?

A)ItiscycIicaI. C)ItisfuIfiIIing.

B)Itisdynamic. D)Itisrisky.

55.Whatdoestheauthoradviseustodo?

A)MakeIifeassimpIeaspossibIe. C)BaIanceIifeandworkinanewway. B)TaIkaboutbaIanceinsimpIerterms. D)StriveforamorefuIfiIIingIife.


PartⅣ TransIation (30minutes)

Directions:Forthispart,youareaIIowed30minutestotransIateapassagefromChineseintoEngIish.You shouIdwriteyouransweronAnswerSheet2.


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