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As more people rely on the Internet for information, it has ________ newspapers as the most important source of news.
(A) distributed
(B) subtracted
(C) replaced
(D) transferred
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答案:C
難度:簡單
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Cool 高三上 (2016/06/08 23:28)
rely 依賴
3F
Cool 高三上 (2016/06/08 23:29)
As 隨著
4F
Cool 高三上 (2016/06/08 23:30)
as 的
2. As more people rely on the Internet for information, it has newspapers as the most important source of news.
(A) distributed
(B) subtracted
(C) replaced
(D) transferred
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答案:C
難度:適中
1F
Joyce(多虧阿摩我105年上榜) 高三上 (2016/01/17 23:19)
replace代替
52. Section B Directions: There are 2 passages in this section. Each passage is followed by some questions or unfinished statements. For each of them there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. You should decide on the best choice and mark the corresponding letter on Answer Sheet 2 with a single line through the centre. Passage One Questions 52 to 56 are based on the following passage. What's the one word of advice a well-meaning professional would give to a recent college graduate? China"} India! Brazil! How about trade! When the Commerce Department reported last week that the trade deficit in June approached $50 billion, it set off a new round of economic doomsaying. Imports, which soared to $200.3 billion in the month, are subtracted in the calculation of gross domestic product. The larger the trade deficit, the smaller the GDP. Should such imbalances continue, pessimists say, they could contribute to slower growth. But there's another way of looking at the trade data. Over the past two years, the figures on imports and exports seem not to signal a double-dip recession – a renewed decline in the broad level of economic activity in the United States – but an economic expansion. The rising volume of trademore goods and services shuttling in and out of the United States – is good news for many sectors. Companies engaged in shipping, trucking, rail freight, delivery, and logistics (物流) have all been reporting better than expected results. The rising numbers sig¬nify growing vitality in foreign marketswhen we import more stuff, it puts more cash in the hands of people around the world, and U.S. exports are rising because more foreigners have the ability to buy the things we produce and market. The rising tide of trade is also good news for people who work in trade-sensitive businesses, especially those that produce commodities for which global demand sets the priceagricultural goods, mining, metals, oil. And while exports always seem to lag, U.S. companies are becoming more involved in the global economy with each passing month. General Motors sells as many cars in China as in America each month. While that may not do much for imports, it does help GM's balance sheet – and hence makes the jobs of U.S.-based executives more stable. One great challenge for the U.S. economy is slack domestic consumer demand. Americans are paying down debt, saving more, and spending more carefully. That's to be expected, given what we've been through. But there's a bigger challenge. Can U.S.-based businesses, large and small, figure out how to get a piece of growing global demand? Unless you want to pick up and move to India, or Brazil, or China, the best way to do that is through trade. It may seem obvious, but it's no longer enough simply to do business with our friends and neighbors here at home. Companies and individuals who don't have a strategy to export more, or to get more involved in foreign markets, or to play a role in global trade, are shutting themselves out of the lion's share of economic opportunity in our world. 注意:此部分试题请在答题卡2上作答。 How do pessimists interpret the U.S. trade deficit in June? A) It reflects Americans' preference for imported goods. B) It signifies a change in American economic structure. C) It is the result of America's growing focus on domestic market. D) It could lead to slower growth of the national economy.
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答案:A
難度:非常困難
52. Section B Directions: There are 2 passages in this section. Each passage is followed by some questions or unfinished statements. For each of them there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. You should decide on the best choice and mark the corresponding letter on Answer Sheet 2 with a single line through the centre. Passage One Questions 52 to 56 are based on the following passage. What's the one word of advice a well-meaning professional would give to a recent college graduate? China"} India! Brazil! How about trade! When the Commerce Department reported last week that the trade deficit in June approached $50 billion, it set off a new round of economic doomsaying. Imports, which soared to $200.3 billion in the month, are subtracted in the calculation of gross domestic product. The larger the trade deficit, the smaller the GDP. Should such imbalances continue, pessimists say, they could contribute to slower growth. But there's another way of looking at the trade data. Over the past two years, the figures on imports and exports seem not to signal a double-dip recession – a renewed decline in the broad level of economic activity in the United States – but an economic expansion. The rising volume of trademore goods and services shuttling in and out of the United States – is good news for many sectors. Companies engaged in shipping, trucking, rail freight, delivery, and logistics (物流) have all been reporting better than expected results. The rising numbers sig¬nify growing vitality in foreign marketswhen we import more stuff, it puts more cash in the hands of people around the world, and U.S. exports are rising because more foreigners have the ability to buy the things we produce and market. The rising tide of trade is also good news for people who work in trade-sensitive businesses, especially those that produce commodities for which global demand sets the priceagricultural goods, mining, metals, oil. And while exports always seem to lag, U.S. companies are becoming more involved in the global economy with each passing month. General Motors sells as many cars in China as in America each month. While that may not do much for imports, it does help GM's balance sheet – and hence makes the jobs of U.S.-based executives more stable. One great challenge for the U.S. economy is slack domestic consumer demand. Americans are paying down debt, saving more, and spending more carefully. That's to be expected, given what we've been through. But there's a bigger challenge. Can U.S.-based businesses, large and small, figure out how to get a piece of growing global demand? Unless you want to pick up and move to India, or Brazil, or China, the best way to do that is through trade. It may seem obvious, but it's no longer enough simply to do business with our friends and neighbors here at home. Companies and individuals who don't have a strategy to export more, or to get more involved in foreign markets, or to play a role in global trade, are shutting themselves out of the lion's share of economic opportunity in our world. 注意:此部分试题请在答题卡2上作答。 How do pessimists interpret the U.S. trade deficit in June? A) It reflects Americans' preference for imported goods. B) It signifies a change in American economic structure. C) It is the result of America's growing focus on domestic market. D) It could lead to slower growth of the national economy.
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答案:A
難度:非常困難
33. Expenses and losses incurred in the course of business are generally tax _______, allowing to be subtracted from the gross income.
(A) payable
(B) accountable
(C) deductible
(D) inevitable 二、文法測驗【請在下列各題中選出最適當的答案】
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答案:C
難度:困難
1F
翔姊 小二上 (2016/08/19 02:48)

payable可付的
accountable有責任的、可解釋的
deductible可扣除的
inevitable必然的、不可避免的


補充:
incur遭受
course過程
generally通常
subtract減去、去掉
gross總共的