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2011年12月英语六级参考答案

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2011年12月17日举行的英语六级考试参考答案。

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音频:听力下载(引用资源)

真题:原题下载(本站综合)

以下为答案列表:

写作:

Part I Writing
【标准版】
The Way to Success
Success is something everyone looks for, longs for and dies for. But have you ever considered what success is? Some may hold that success means one has beautiful life, like pretty house, cool cars and great power. It’s indeed one way to define success. But to me, success is doing something one really feels like doing.
To achieve this kind of success, one has to bear in mind three essential prerequisites, namely knowing where your interest really lies in, possessing the strong will to pursue your interest and having the diligence to realize your dream. In other words, they are “what” “why” and “how” of success. It’s really luckily good for one, especially for the younger generation of today to find their dreams, follow them and in the end, make them come true and become successful.
Although it’s never easy to succeed, progressing with the strong will and diligence towards the right direction, you’ll be the one!
【作文解析】
这是一篇议论文。作者首先提出问题”what is success?”,但并没有在这个问题上着更多的笔墨,而是直接引出了自己的观点:success is doing something one really feels like doing. 算是立意较为新颖的地方。随后在第二段对这种成功背后的三种必要条件做出了阐述。整体看,行文流畅,用语规范地道。

本篇亮点:
1. 排比词组或句子的运用:
Success is something everyone looks for, longs for and dies for.
…namely, knowing where your interest really lies in, possessing the strong will to pursue your interest and having the diligence to realize your dream.
2. bear in mind
3. lie in
4. strong will to pursue your interest

本文有待提高之处:
1. 文中人称有些混乱。有些使用第二人称代指读者,有些又以第三人称指代,建议统一。
2. 结构上,一般情况下我们建议考生使用典型的“三段式”,即,提出问题、分析问题、解决问题。该作者基本上遵循了这个原则,但第三段更多的却是重复了第二段的中心思想,并没有起到很好的总结作用。如果第三段,作者可以与第一段的“成功定义”相呼应,例如:即使没有这些身外之物,但心灵上的满足,梦想的实现,才是我心中成功的本质。

整体看,文章在语言表达和立意上还不错。但在文章结构上有些松散,有待提高。

【高分版】
The Way to Success First essay—stream of thought type

The Way to Success
"Genius is one percent inspiration and ninety-nine percent perspiration." And here comes our question, what is the way to success?
A strong will and great efforts are the most essential two keys to the door of success.
Why do people fail to achieve their goal? The reason is that most of them give up halfway due to their lack of a strong will once they encounter any difficulty. A man of a strong will always sticks to his cause no matter how tough it might be.
Would Thomas Edison be such a great man in history if he had done nothing but possessing a strong will? We are all familiar with his story that he had tried one thousand kinds of materials before he finally made his great bulb light up. Without hard effort, Edison might have been a nobody. Without efforts, no one can succeed.
To sum up, a strong will and great efforts can help one open up the way to success. Where there is a will with efforts, there is a way.
【作文解析】
本次六级考试作文题为The way to success,与本次四级考试作文Nothing succeeds without a strong will遥相呼应,大同小异,都是在讨论成功这一话题。
此次六级考试作文的话题依然是老生常谈,即通往成功的道路,相信很多考生对此并不陌生,背过范文的同学写起来肯定也是得心应手。
该范文段落结构清晰,阐释说理也足以让人信服,是一篇不错的作文。
开篇作者通过引用爱迪生关于天才的一句名言来引出问题,吸引读者注意,引起读者的思考。紧随其后,作者就开门见山地亮出了自己的观点:只有坚强的意志和不懈的努力才能打开成功的大门。
第二段,作者同样以一个问题来引领全段,引发思考。然后通过对比不成功和最终成功的人的不同表现,来阐释坚强的意志对获得成功的重要作用。
第三段,作者进一步阐释“仅有坚强的意志,没有实在的努力,也能成功吗?”同样是先发问,然后举了爱迪生的事例,来证明答案是否定的。举名人的例子,而非个人的实例来作为文章的论据才更有说服力,这也是这篇作文的高明之处。
最后一段,作者先以第一句话进行了总结,然后为了加强作文结尾的力度,作者还对名言“Where there is a will, there is way”进行了改编,换成了自己的观点,为我所用,这也是本篇范文的一个两点之处。注意,写作文时对名言进行恰当地改编,不仅能体现幽默创新的一面,同样也体现了作者不错的文字驾驭技巧,考官也是很欢迎这样的文章的。

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Part II Reading Comprehension(Skimming and Scanning)
1. Google claims its plan for the world’s biggest online library is _____
A. to save out-of-print books in libraries.
B. to serve the interest of the general public
C. to encourage reading around the world
D. to promote its core business of searching
【答案】B. to serve the interest of the general public
【解析】关键词:claims its motives。关键句:The company claims its motives are essentially public-spirited. Its overall mission, after all, is to "organise the world's information", so it would be odd if that information did not include books.

2. According to Santiago de la Mora, Google’s book-scanning project will
A. help the broad masses of readers
B. broaden humanity’s intellectual horizons
C. make full use of the power of its search engine
D. revolutionise the entire book industry
【答案】B. broaden humanity’s intellectual horizons
【解析】关键词:Santiago de la Mora。关键句:As Santiago de la Mora, head of Google Books for Europe, puts it: "By making it possible to search the millions of books that exist today, we hope to expand the frontiers of human knowledge."

3. Opponents of Google Books believe that digitally archiving the world's books should be controlledby_______.
A) the world’s tech giants
B)the world’s leading libraries
C)non-profit organizations
D)multinational companies
【答案】C. non-profit organizations
【解析】关键词:Opponent。关键句:In a recent essay in the New York Review of Books, Robert Darnton, the head of Harvard University's library, argued that because such books are a common resource – the possession of us all – only public, not-for-profit bodies should be given the power to control them.

4. 4. Google has involved itself in a legal battle as it ignored______.
A. the copyright of authors of out-of -print books
B. the interest of traditional sellers
C. the copyright of the books it scanned
D. the differences of in-print and out-of-print books.
【答案】D. the copyright of the books it scanned
【解析】关键词:legal battle 。关键句:At its centre, however, is one simple issue: that of copyright. The inconvenient fact about most books, to which Google has arguably paid insufficient attention, is that they are protected by copyright.

5. Google defends its scanning in-copyright books by saying that __________.
A) making electronic copies of books is not a violation of copyright
B) the online display of in-copyright books is not for commercial use
C) it is willing to compensate the copyright holders
D) it displays only a small part of their content
【答案】B. the online display of in-copyright books is not for commercial use
【解析】关键词:defends。关键句:In its defence, Google points out that it displays only snippets of books that are in copyright – arguing that such displays are "fair use".

6. What do we learn about the class action suit against Google?
A. It ended in a victory for the Authors Guild of America.
B . It was settled after more than two years of negotiations.
C . It failed to protect the interest of American publishers.
D. It could lead to more out-of-court settlements of such disputes.
【答案】 B. It was settle after more than two years of negotiation.
【解析】关键词:the class action suit 。关键句:In 2005, the Authors Guild of America, together with a group of US publishers and publishers, launched a class action suit against Google that, after more than two years of wrangling, ended with an announcement last October that Google and the claimants had reached an out-of-court settlement.

7. What remained controversial after the class action suit ended?
A. The compensation for copyright holders.
B. The change in Google's business model.
C. Google's further exploitation of its database.
D. The commercial provisions of the settlement.
【答案】D. The commercial provision of the settlement
【解析】关键词:controversial。关键句: It is these commercial provisions that are proving the settlement's most controversial aspect.

8. While_______, Google makes money by selling advertising.
【答案】Providing information for free
【解析】关键词:advertising。关键句:"Google's business model has always been to provide information for free, and sell advertising on the basis of the traffic this generates,"

9. Books whose copyright holders are not known are called_______.
【答案】orphan works
【解析】关键词:copyright holder 。关键句:Interest in this aspect of the settlement has focused on "orphan" works, where there is no known copyright holder – these make up an estimated 5% to 10% of the books Google has scanned.

10. Google’s entrance into digital bookselling will tremendously _______ in the future.
【答案】change the world’s book market
【解析】关键词:digital book selling。关键句:But what is certain is that, in some way or another, Google's entrance into digital bookselling will have a significant impact on the book world in years to come.

听力

Part III Listening Comprehension 听力及原文下载

Section A
11.【答案】A) Listen to the recorded notes while driving.

12.【答案】C) The man lacks confidence in playing the part.

13.【答案】A) Arranging a bed for a patient

14.【答案】A) He is too busy to accept more responsibility.

15. 【答案】C) He has left his position in the government.

16. 【答案】D) The man is well informed about the space shuttle missions.

17. 【答案】A) At a car renting company

26 What does the passage say about most of the mice used for experiments?
【答案】D)They sacrifice their lives for the benefit of humans.

27 Why did the so-called bad mice have to be captured and destroyed?
【答案】C) They may affect the results of experiments.

28 When are mice killed without prior approval?
【答案】C) When they become escapees.

29 Why does the speaker say what the Herzau’s did at home is ironical?
【答案】A)While holding a burial ceremony for a pet mouse, they were killing pest mice.

30. What does the speaker say about the natives of New York?
【答案】D) They take it for granted.

31. What does the speaker say commuters give to New York?
【答案】A) Tidal restlessness.

32. What do we learn about the settlers of New York?

【答案】B) They are adventurers from all over the world.

33. As the speaker walked into the living room, what was being shown on TV?
【答案】D) A murder mystery

34. What does the speaker say about watching television?
【答案】C)It is unhealthy for the viewers.

35. What can we say about the speaker?

【答案】B) He can’t resist the temptation of T.V. either.

36. detect

37. delicate

38. identifying

39. apartment

40. revolution

41. dramatically

42.primitive

43.vessels

44. Although simple versions of miniature devices have had an impact, advanced versions are still several years away

45.that can sense when to release an airbag and how to keep engines and breaks operating efficiently

46. when scientists now think about future machines doing large and complex tasks, they’re thinking smaller than ever before

Section A

47. values, abilities and strengths
48. doing the right things
49. positive mental attitude
50. manage themselves
51. trust

Section B

53. A It indicates that economic activities in the US have increased.
54. C Producers of agricultural goods and raw materials
55. C People’s reluctance to spend
56. B To increase their market share overseas.  

57. A. they still have a place among the world leaders.
58. B. It does not reflect the differences among universities.
59. A. concentration of resources in a limited number of universities.
60. A. Fully utilize their research to benefit all sectors of society.
61. C. By promoting the efficiency of technology transfer agencies.  

Part V Cloze

62:resolved
63:what
64:essence
65:hopped
66:include
67:barely
68:purchase
69:merely
70:combined
71:on
72:ended up
73:wrapped
74:infinitely
75:toxic
76:household
77:even
78:endeavor
79:far
80:that
81:contact  

1. Google claims its plan for the world’s biggest online library is _____
【答案】B. to serve the interest of the general public

2. According to Santiago de la Mora, Google’s book-scanning project will
【答案】B. broaden humanity’s intellectual horizons

3. Opponents of Google Books believe that digitally archiving the world's books should be controlledby_______.
【答案】C. non-profit organizations

4.【答案】D. the copyright of the books it scanned

5. 【答案】B. the online display of in-copyright books is not for commercial use

6.【答案】 B. It was settle after more than two years of negotiation.

7. 【答案】D. The commercial provision of the settlement

8. 【答案】Providing information for free

9. 【答案】orphan works

10. 【答案】change the world’s book market

Part VI Translation

1. You shouldn't have run across the road without looking, you would have been knocked down by a car. (也许会被车撞到)

2 By no means does he regard himself as an expert, (他把自己当成专家) although he knows a lot about the field.

3 He doesn't appreciate the sacrifice his friends have made for him, however, he takes it for granted.(把他们所做的视作理所应当)

4 Janet told me that she would rather her mother not have interfered with her marriage.(不干涉她的婚姻)

5 To keep up with the expanding frontiers of scholarship. Edward Wilson found himself always searching for information on the internet. (经常上网查信息)。


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