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06年6月17日六级AB卷答案及部分争议题解析(完整版)2006-06-18 16:57:00

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听力答案A卷
1.C. She is not sure she can pass on the message.
2.D. Hold the ladder for him
3.B.He'd like some coffee
4.C.He might get fired
5.D. Tony's wife
6.A.He was fined for runing a red light
7.C.He finds reward more effective than punishment.
8.B.At the dentist's
9.B.He doesn't agree with the woman's remark
10.A.It was applaudable
11.B.Medical care

12.C.Her determination to fulfill her dream
13.B.To help disabled children there.
14.D.In a small village in Chile.
15.A.By expanding their minds and horizons
16.D.She made outstanding contributions to children's education
17.A.She won the 1945 Nobel Prize in Literature
18.C.How animals protect themselves against predators.
19.B.Its plan-like appearance
20.A.It helps improve their safety

有网友反映,新东方六级听力答案有4道题目有问题。丁老师抽空针对这几道题目写了点简单的解析。

5. M: Hello, Mary. This is Paul at the bank. Is Tony home?
W: Not yet. Paul. I don't think you can reach him at the office now, either. He phoned me five minutes ago to say he was stopping for a hair-cut on his way home.
Q: Who do you think the woman probably is?

解析:男的问Mary,Tony 在家吗?Mary回答:还没有到家。你在办公室也找不到他。他5分钟前给我打电话说他在回家的路上去剪发了。很明显这个女人是Tony的老婆。有谁会打电话到Tony的办公室问他秘书,Tony在不在家。然后秘书还回答Not yet没回来呢。

6. W: Oh! Boy! I don't understand how you got a ticket today. I always thought you were slow even driving on the less crowded fast lane.
M: I'm usually careful. But this time I thought I could get through the intersection before the light turned.
Q: What do we learn about the man?
解析:女的问,我不知道你怎么就得了一张罚单呢?我总以为你即使在不怎么拥挤的快车道上开的也不快呀。男的回答,我一般都很小心的。但是这次我以为在(红)灯亮之前能够闯过十字路口。由此可以推断,男的因为不小心闯了红灯而被罚款了,而不是什么He had to run quicky to get the ticket. 他必须跑快一点,来拿罚单 。
所以应该选He was fined for running a red light.

10. W: You didn't seem to be terribly enthusiastic about the performance.
M: You must be kidding. I couldn't have clapped any harder. My hands are still hurting.
Q: What does the man think of the performance?
解释:女的说,你看起来似乎对表演不怎么热衷么?男的回答,你在开玩笑吧?我鼓掌不能鼓的更响了,手到现在还疼呢。意思就是男的认为这个表演很好,是值得鼓掌、赞许的,所以选It is applaudable. 完全和Plot情节有没有趣没有关系。

11. 文章中很明显有一句话: I'm currently studying to become a physical therapist(临床医学家), a career path that marks a great achievement for me.
可知这个人的研究领域是medical care, 没有提到special education特殊教育。

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阅读答案A卷
21. D Showing violence is thought to be entertaining
22. B Most studies exaggerate the effect of media violence on the viewers
23. C assert a direct link between violent media and aggressive behavior
24. D their definition of violence
25. A More studies should be conducted before conclusions are drawn


26. A A quarter of Americans can't afford their prescription drubs.
27. D excercising price control on brand-name drugs (新东方 B extending medical insurance to all its citizens)
28. B High prices are essential to funding research on new drugs
29. C To allow the vast majority to enjoy its benefits.
30. C Reducing supplies to uncooperative Canadian pharmacies


31. A offering senior citizens discounts has become rountine commercial practice
32. C  The elderly ,being finacially underprivileged,need humane help from society
33. B intensify conflicts between the young and the old
34. C It benefits the old at the expense of the young
35. D Senior citizen discounta may well be a type of age discrimination

36. A crime against humanity
37. B prejudice against minority groups (新东方 C deep-rooted socio-economic inequality )
38. C There is no guarantee for blacks to exercise their rights
39. D has been accmulated from generations of slavery
40. B Inequality of many kinds remains virtually untouched

27. 答案出处:The solution? North of the border, where price controls reign, those brand-name drugs cost 50% to 80% less.


37. the deep pattern of socio-economic inequality and accumulated disadvantge that are coded by race...; to remove thse structural barriers that deny democratic rights and opportunities to millions of their fellow citizens?

inequality and disadvantage coded by race基于种族的不平等和劣势,这里不仅仅针对黑人,而是泛指美国社会中针对少数民族的prejudice ; prejudice 概括inequality and disadvantage; coded by race 与minority groups 对应。虽然在文章中没直接出现minority groups的字眼,但是文中有意思表明,属于概括性的替换。


阻碍美国民主发展的障碍有几个:these structural barries = the deep pattern of socio-.... and accumulated advantage;  deep-rooted socio-economic inequality 属于barrier之一,以偏概全。文章说这些障碍是与race有关,拒绝给予几百万个同胞(minority groups) 民主权利和机会,也就是说普遍存在对少数民族的偏见和歧视,prejudice against minority groups 更好地概括了原文。),虽然本篇文章主要讲黑人,但这一段主要是讲美国的种族歧视是民主的障碍,题目是the barrier,答案必须是概括性的选项,如果题目是one of the barriers 或者a barrier,C也可以选。
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词汇题答案A卷
41 A. originality      42.D.aspiration     43.C.rigorous     44.D.indispensable      45.B.commonplace
46.C.thrilled          47.D.retrieved       48.C.nominated   49.B.overwhelming        50.A.startling
51.C.cherished     52.A.interacting     53.D.transcending   54.C.deprived         55.B.prone
56.D.donated       57.B.gorgeous       58.B.trait                59.C.transition          60.A.distort
61.D.hierachy       62.A.abnormal      63.D.genetic           64.B.indicative          65.A.disturbance
66.C.durability      67.D.stunned        68.B.drastic           69.A.descendants      70.C.extinct

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改错答案:

S1 master → mastering
S2 that → what (昂立/新东方 改为 which)
S3 in an effect → 去掉an
S4 lazy → laziness (昂立stupidity → stupid )
S5 which → that
S6 affecting → affected
S7 at same time → same前插入the
S8 year → years
S9 relative → relatively
S10 with → without

改错原文:点点tylor发现:

Dyslexia and the New Science of Reading
 
原文地址: Dyslexia and the
http://www.lblp.com/press/newsweek99.shtml
  
   Jason is one of the lucky ones—and not just because he's smart and creative. Until recently, dyslexia and other reading problems were a mystery to most teachers and parents. As a result, too many kids passed through school without mastering the printed page. Some were treated as mentally deficient; many were left functionally illiterate, unable to ever meet their potential. But in the last several years, says Yale researcher Sally Shaywitz, "there's been a revolution in what we've learned about reading and dyslexia." Scientists like Shaywitz and Berninger are using a variety of new imaging techniques to watch the brain at work. Their experiments have shown that reading disorders are most likely the result of what is, in effect, faulty wiring in the brain—not laziness, stupidity or a poor home environment. There's also convincing evidence that dyslexia is largely inherited; scientists have identified four chromosomes that may be involved. Dyslexia is now considered a chronic problem for some kids, not just a "phase." Scientists have also discarded another old stereotype, that almost all dyslexics are boys. Studies indicate that many girls are affected as well—and not getting help.
    At the same time, educational researchers have come up with innovative teaching strategies for kids who are having trouble learning to read. New screening tests are pinpointing children at risk before they get discouraged by years of frustration and failure. And educators are trying to get the message to parents that they should be on the alert for the first signs of potential problems.
    It's an urgent mission. Mass literacy is a relatively new social goal. A hundred years ago people didn't need to be good readers in order to earn a living. But in the Information Age, no one can get by without knowing how to read well and understand increasingly complex material. These skills don't come easily to about 20 percent of kids. Not all of these youngsters are dyslexic. Researchers now think that dyslexia represents the low end of a continuum of reading ability. The teaching strategies that help dyslexics, those most severely disabled, are also helping kids who require only a little extra attention.

一共9分争议题

B卷答案
  
听力
1.A.She is not sure she can pass on the message.
2.D.Hold the ladder for him
3.A.He'd like some coffee
4.B.He might get fired
5.C.Tony's wife
6.D.He was fined for runing a red light
7.A.He finds reward more effective than punishment.
8.C.At the dentist's
9.C.He doesn't agree with the woman's remark
10.B.It was applaudable
11.D.Medical care
12.A.Her determination to fulfill her dream
13.C.To help the disabled children there.
14.A.In a small village in Chile.
15.B.By expanding their minds and horizons
16.C.She made outstanding contributions to children's education
17.D.She won the 1945 Nobel Prize in Literature
18.B.How animals protect themselves against predators.
19.A.Its plan-like appearance
20.D.It helps improve their safety


阅读理解
21. C crime against humanity
22. C prejudice against minority groups
23. D There is no guarantee for blacks to exercise their rights
24. B has been accmulated from generations of slavery
25. C Inequality of many kinds remains virtually untouched

26. D offering senior citizens discounts has become rountine commercial practice
27. A The elderly ,being finacially underprivileged,need humane help from society
28. D intensify conflicts between the young and the old
29. B It benefits the old at the expense of the young
30. D Senior citizen discounts may well be a type of age discrimination

31. B Showing violence is thought to be entertaining
32. C Most studies exaggerate the effect of media violence on the viewers
33. D assert a direct link between violent media and aggressive behavior
34. A their definition of violence
35. D More studies should be conducted before conclusions are drawn


36. B A quarter of Americans can't afford their prescription drugs.
37. C excercising price control on brand-name drugs
38. B High prices are essential to funding research on new drugs
39. A To allow the vast majority to enjoy its benefits.
40. D Reducing supplies to uncooperative Canadian pharmacies

词汇
41.B.retrieved   42.C.startling   43.A.transcending   44.A.donated   45.D.transition
46.B.abnormal    47.C.genetic     48.A.durability     49.C.stunned   50.D.extinct
51 A.originality 52.B.rigorous    53.C.thrilled       54.B.indispensable  55.A.nominated
56.B.deprived    57.D.indicative  58.C.disturbance    59.D.drastic    60.B.aspiration
61.A.overwhelming  62.C.interacting   63.A.descendants  64.D.prone    65.B.gorgeous
66.A.distort      67.C.commonplace    68.C.trait        69.B.cherished   70.D.hierachy

改错答案:

S1 master → mastering
S2 that → what
S3 in an effect → 去掉an
S4 lazy → laziness
S6 affecting → affected
S7 at same time → same前插入the
S8 year → years
S9 relative → relatively
S10 with → without



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