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Would you like a cup of coffee first, ______ shall we get down to business right now?A.the

Would you like a cup of coffee first, ______ shall we get down to business right now?







It is time now for us to get down to business and()our future.

A.be tedious about

B.be thrust upon

C.be serious about

D.be looked upon as



Would you like a cup of coffee first, ______shall we get down to business right now?A.then

Would you like a cup of coffee first, ______shall we get down to business right now?







Would you like a cup of coffee first,___shall we get down to business fight now?



[A] took down with business[B] came down to business[C] settled down with business[

[A] took down with business

[B] came down to business

[C] settled down with business

[D] got down to business



For many people today, reading is no longer relaxation. It also means work. To keep up the
ir work they must read letters, reports, trade publications, interoffice communications, not to mention newspapers and magazines: A neverending flood of words. In【C1】______a job or advancing in one, the ability to read and comprehend【C2】______can mean the difference between success and failure. Yet the unfortunate fact is that most of us are【C3】______readers. Most of us develop poor reading.【C4】______at an early age, and never get over them. The main deficiency【C5】______in the actual stuff of language itself— words. Taken individually, words have【C6】______meaning until they are strung together into phrases, sentences and paragraphs.【C7】______, whereas, the untrained reader does not read groups of words. He laboriously reads one word at a time, often regressing to【C8】______words or passages. Regression, the habit to look back over【C9】______you have just read, is a common bad habit in reading. Another habit which【C10】______down the speed of reading is vocalization — sounding each word either orally or mentally as【C11】______reads.

To get over these bed habits, some reading clinics use a device called an【C12】______, which moves a bar(or curtain)down the page at a predetermined speed. The bar is set at a slightly hater rate【C13】______the reader finds comfortable, in order to "stretch" him. The accelerator forces the reader to read fast,【C14】______wordbyword reading, regression and subvocalization, practically impossible. At first【C15】______is sacrificed for speed. But when a poor reader learns to read ideas and concepts, he will not only read faster,【C16】______his reading comprehension will improve. Many people have found【C17】______reading skill drastically improved after some mining.【C18】______Charles Au, a business manager, for instance, his reading rate was a reasonably good 163 words a minute【C19】______the training, now it is an excellent 1,273 words a minute. He is delighted that how he can【C20】______a lot more reading material in a short period of time.








听力原文:W: Why don't you begin by telling something about yourself?M: What would you like

听力原文:W: Why don't you begin by telling something about yourself?

M: What would you like to know?

W: The usual, you know, something about your background, experience and anything personal that you feel is important.

M: Well, I was born in a city in the southwest and went to school there, right up through college. My father is a lawyer, and my mother is a doctor.

W: Sounds as if you come from a very professional family.

M: That's right. One of my uncles teaches computers in a university and has influenced me a lot.

W: What made you decide to come to the east coast and get into the computer business here?

M: Well, after I finished my engineering degree, I began to specialize in computer software technology and I even had my own company for a while. But I think the cities on the east coast are developing more rapidly and offer a more promising future. So I finally decided to leave my hometown, even though it meant tuming down some job offers there.

W: Sounds impressive. Why don't you have your credentials and references sent to me.'? I'll show them to the manager. We'll get back to you in a week.

M: Thank you very much.


A.After he moved to a city in the southwest.

B.Before he finished high school.

C.After he graduated from college.

D.Before he had his own company.



听力原文:W: Oh, where are we going?M: I want to show you something.W: I know, but what is

听力原文:W: Oh, where are we going?

M: I want to show you something.

W: I know, but what is it?

M: A farm. It's just down this road. It's a small place, but at least it would be our own,

W: A farm? How can we afford to buy a farm?

M: It isn't very large, only 40 acres. We wouldn't have to pay very much right now.

W: Is there a house on the place?

M: A small one, two bedrooms, but it needs to be fixed up a little. I can do the job myself.

W: OK. Is there enough space for a kitchen garden?

M: There is about half ah acre around the house. That's plenty of space.

W: Then we can grow our own fresh vegetables. And maybe keep a few chickens, couldn't we?

M: Yes, and we can probably grow a lot of our own food.

W: What are you thinking about growing, if we do take this place?

M: Well, it really isn't big enough for corn. I thought we might try to raise a crop of potatoes.

W: Potatoes? There are a lot of work.

M: We are used to hard work, aren't we?

W: Yes, we are, but the money. Do we have enough to get started? It seems like a dream.

M: I think we've saved enough. We can pay a little on the farm and maybe put a few dollars down on the tractor, too.


A.Buy a tractor.

B.Fix a house.

C.See a piece of property.

D.Sign a business contract.



Questions 13 to 16 are based on the conversation you have just heard.听力原文W: Good eveni

Questions 13 to 16 are based on the conversation you have just heard.


W: Good evening, and welcome to this week’s “Business World,” the program for and about

businesspeople. Tonight we have Mr. Steven Kane who has just taken over an established

bicycle shop. Tell us, Mr. Kane, what made you want to run your own store? M: Well, I’ve

always loved racing bikes and fixing them. When I was working full-time as a salesman for a

big company, I seldom had time to enjoy my hobby. I knew then that as soon as I had enough

money to get my own business going, I’d do it. I had my heart set on it, and I didn’t let

anything stand in my way. When I went down to the bank and got a business loan, I knew I’d

love being my own boss. Now my time is my own. I open the store when I want and leave when

I want. W: You mean you don’t keep regular hours? M:Well, the sign on my store says the

hours are 10:00 to 6:00, but if business is slower than usual, I can just lock up and take

off early. W: Have you hired any employees to work with you yet? M: Yeah, a couple of

friends of mine who love biking as much as I do. They help me out a few days a week. It’s

great because … we play cards or just sit around and talk when there’re no customers. W:

Thank you, Mr. Kane. We wish you success in your new business.

Questions 13 to 16 are based on the conversation you have just heard.

13. What is the woman doing?

A.Having her bicycle repaired.

B.Hosting an evening TV program.

C.Lecturing on business management.

D.Conducting a market survey.



Did you get the (permit) ______ from the authorities to run the business?

Did you get the (permit) ______ from the authorities to run the business?



Technology has come to the marketplace. In many U. S stores the cash【C1】______has been rep
laced by a computer that quickly and easily calculates the cost of items being bought.

Back in the early 1960s, when the laser【C2】______developed, it was viewed by some as a fascinating research tool; others called it a【C3】______toy. Since that time, the laser has proved to be an【C4】______of many uses. In fact, in many places it's becoming a part of【C5】______life. Take, for example, what's happening at some supermarkets. Food-shopping Americans are coming【C6】______with lasers and computers for the first time. But they're hardly【C7】______it, until they get to the checkout line. With scarcely a glance at the items, the clerk【C8】______them across a hole, where a special marking on each item is scanned by a low-powered laser【C9】______inside the machine, connected to a remote computer. It started a few years ago, when food processors【C10】______the time had come to put code markings on every one of their thousands of food products. This would make them【C11】______identifiable to a computer. The scanning laser beam was an【C12】______device for reading these markings, and so the Universal Product Code was born.

【C13】______every package today, every can and bottle, has these unique symbols.【C14】______is the time-consuming stamping of prices on each item. Prices are shown【C15】______the shelf.

This mew technology promises to【C16】______food products moving smoothly on and off supermarket shelves, which will help keep overhead down and prices【C17】______At the end of each business day, the remotely-located computer gives the store manager a total picture of the day's【C18】______--what the needs to restock,【C19】______, and what he can mark down and put on sale.

As for the customer, the most dramatic change is【C20】______checkout lines keep moving.






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