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这起事件不仅仅引起了社会广泛关注,检察机关也介入了。近日,北京市朝阳区检察院以北京四方兄弟搬家公司及其法定代表人、实际控制人赵某,5名搬家车组组长涉嫌强迫交易罪,向朝阳区法院依法提起公诉。——2020年11月16日,习近平在中央全面依法治国工作会议上的讲话要落实就业优先战略和积极的就业政策,突出解决好教育、养老、医疗、住房等问题,加强疾病预防控制体系建设,推进民法典实施,加强预防和化解社会矛盾机制建设,深化扫黑除恶专项斗争,加强安全生产工作。要支持少数民族和民族地区发展特色优势产业,繁荣发展少数民族文化。

  据《巴黎人报》统计,法国退休年龄为62岁,是欧洲退休年龄最早的国家之一,邻国如德国、西班牙的退休年龄都是65岁。其次,法国退休金相当高,是退休前工资的74%,而其他欧洲国家如意大利为65%,德国为48%,英国只有28%。法国人“最自豪”的退休制度给政府带来巨大的财政赤字,成为制约经济增长的沉重包袱。据法国养老金政策委员会(COR)统计,法国养老金体系赤字2018年为29亿欧元,如不改革,这一赤字在2025年将达到79亿欧元至172亿欧元。天蝎座的人绝对没有旧情复燃的可能,总是以满腔的热情赢得大家的支持,若是抓住了发财的机会,只要开始行动,但是他们其实很热血,对身边的每个人都很友好。都会认真完成,尤其是对他在乎,同时他们会以饱满的热情迎接生活的每一天,四面八方来赚钱,会给自己提供足够强大的安全感,运势在不断上升。单身的宝宝有机会寻找到真爱,在不熟悉的领域还是比较谨慎,整个人焕然一新,能力得到充分的展现,掌握了很多技能,他们很少在小事上斤斤计较。据越通社报道,在当天上午举行的国会不记名投票中,出席的468名国会代表全数表决通过选举阮春福为新一任国家主席的决议。阮春福随后宣誓就职。这是越南历史上现任政府总理首次被选举为国家主席。

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  文章认为,显然,东京不希望在与北京的对峙中越过一些红线。但是,菅义伟的难题在于,日本有可能卷入老牌大国与新兴大国之间的全面对抗,而且是站在美国这一边,且程度并非是日本所希望的。遏制中国的动机贯穿菅义伟和拜登的会谈议程。按拜登政府的设想,日本将在这一战略中占据中心地位。但是,日中之间业已十分广泛的经济联系有可能成为东京自身在遏制中国方面的阻碍因素。近年来,埃塞俄比亚每年用电量平均增幅高达30%,电力供应已成制约国家发展和影响社会稳定的瓶颈(近一半人口几乎全无电力供应)。不仅如此,该国农业很大程度上“靠天吃饭”,对拦蓄青尼罗河水自也是多多益善。

  日本福岛县居民:坚决反对排放核废水进入大海,不准把核废水排入大海。中国出口向高端链集中交银金研中心首席研究员唐建伟认为,全球主要经济体经济加速恢复带来的全球需求的进一步增强,是上月中国出口增速同比继续高增的主因,当月人民币兑美元汇率的小幅贬值,亦有助于出口增速的扩大。进口方面,上月CRB现货指数升幅超36%,国际油价环比虽略有回调,但较去年同期仍上涨近70%。又是一年清明时,梨花风起寄哀思。去年清明至今,中科院和工程院的已故院士名单上,又添了35个名字。他们把毕生精力献给了党领导的科技事业,斯人已逝,幽思长存。面对这些离我们而去的国之栋梁,我们以文字遥寄英灵。

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  57. What can we learn from some recent studies?A)Conflicts between students of different races are unavoidable.B)Students of different races are prejudiced against each other.C)Interracial lodging does more harm than good.D)Interracial lodging may have diverse outcomes.58. What does Sam Boakye’s remark mean?A)White students tend to look down upon their black peers.B)Black students can compete with their white peers academically.C)Black students feel somewhat embarrassed among white peers during the freshman year.D)Being surrounded by white peers motivates a black student to work harder to succeed.59. What does the Indiana University study show?A)Interracial roommates are more likely to fall out.B)Few white students like sharing a room with a black peer.C)Roommates of different races just don’t get along.D)Assigning students’ lodging randomly is not a good policy.60. What does Alec Webley consider to be the "definition of integration"?A)Students of different races are required to share a room.B)Interracial lodging is arranged by the school for freshmen.C)Lodging is assigned to students of different races without exception.D)The school randomly assigns roommates without regard to race.61. What does Grace Kao say about interracial lodging?A)It is unscientific to make generalizations about it without further study.B)Schools should be cautious when making decisions about student lodging.C)Students’ racial background should be considered before lodging is assigned.D)Experienced resident advisors should be assigned to handle the problems.Passage TwoQuestions 62 to 66 are based on the following passage.Global warming is causing more than 300,000 deaths and about $125 billion in economic losses each year, according to a report by the Global Humanitarian Forum, an organization led by Annan, the former United Nations secretary general.The report, to be released Friday, analyzed data and existing studies of health, disaster, population and economic trends. It found that human-influenced climate change was raising the global death rates from illnesses including malnutrition (营养不良)and heat-related health problems.But even before its release, the report drew criticism from some experts on climate and risk, who questioned its methods and conclusions.Along with the deaths, the report said that the lives of 325 million people, primarily in poor countries, were being seriously affected by climate change. It projected that the number would double by 2030.Roger Pielke Jr., a political scientist at the University of Colorado, Boulder, who studies disaster trends, said the Forum’s report was "a methodological embarrassment" because there was no way to distinguish deaths or economic losses related to human-driven global warming amid the much larger losses resulting from the growth in populations and economic development in vulnerable(易受伤害的) regions. Dr. Pielke said that “climate change is an important problem requiring our utmost attention.”But the report, he said, "will harm the cause for action on both climate change and disasters because it is so deeply flawed (有瑕疵的)."However, Soren Andreasen, a social scientist at Dalberg Global Development Partners who supervised the writing of the report, defended it, saying that it was clear that the numbers were rough estimates. He said the report was aimed at world leaders, who will meet in Copenhagen inDecember to negotiate a new international climate treaty.In a press release describing the report, Mr. Annan stressed the need for the negotiations to focus on increasing the flow of money from rich to poor regions to help reduce their vulnerability to climate hazards while still curbing the emissions of the heat-trapping gases. More than 90% of the human and economic losses from climate change are occurring in poor countries, according to the report.62. What is the finding of the Global Humanitarian Forum?A)Global temperatures affect the rate of economic development.B)Rates of death from illnesses have risen due to global warming.C)Malnutrition has caused serious health problems in poor countries.D)Economic trends have to do with population and natural disasters.63. What do we learn about the Forum’s report from the passage?A)It was challenged by some climate and risk experts.B)It aroused a lot of interest in the scientific circles.C)It was warmly received by environmentalists.D)It caused a big stir in developing countries.64. What does Dr. Pielke say about the Forum’s report?A)Its statistics look embarrassing. C) It deserves our closest attention.B)It is invalid in terms of methodology. D) Its conclusion is purposely exaggerated.65. What is Soren Andreasen’s view of the report?A)Its conclusions are based on carefully collected data.B)It is vulnerable to criticism if the statistics are closely examined.C)It will give rise to heated discussions at the Copenhagen conference.D)Its rough estimates are meant to draw the attention of world leaders.66. What does Kofi Annan say should be the focus of the Copenhagen conference?A)How rich and poor regions can share responsibility in curbing global warming.B)How human and economic losses from climate change can be reduced.C)How emissions of heat-trapping gases can be reduced on a global scale.D)How rich countries can better help poor regions reduce climate hazards.8.Passage OneBoys’ schools are the perfect place to teach young men to express their emotions and are more likely to get involved in activities such as art, dance and music, according to research released today.Far from the traditional image of a culture of aggressive masculinity in which students either sink or swim, the absence of girls gives boys the chance to develop without pressure to conform to a stereotype, the US study says.Boys at single sex schools were said to be more likely to get involved in cultural and artistic activities that helped develop their emotional expressiveness, rather than feeling they had to conform to the "boy code" of hiding their emotions to be a "real man".The findings of the study go against received wisdom that boys do better when taught alongside girls.Tony Little, headmaster of Eton, warned that boys were being failed by the British education system because it had become too focused on girls. He criticized teachers for failing to recognizethat boys are actually more emotional than girls.The research argued that boys often perform badly in mixed schools because they become discouraged when their female peers do better earlier in speaking and reading skills.But in single-sex schools teachers can tailor lessons to boys’ learning style, letting them move around the classroom and getting them to compete in teams to prevent boredom, wrote the study’s author, Abigail James, of the University of Virginia.Teachers could encourage boys to enjoy reading and writing with specifically "boy-focused" approaches such as themes and characters that appeal to them. Because boys generally have more acute vision, learn best through touch, and are physically more active, they need to be given "hands-on" lessons where they are allowed to walk around. "Boys in mixed schools view classical music as feminine and prefer the modern genre in which violence and sexism are major themes," James wrote.Single-sex education also made it less likely that boys would feel they had to conform to a stereotype that men should be "masterful and in charge" in relationships. "In mixed schools, boys feel compelled to act like men before they understand themselves well enough to know what that means," the study reported.57. The author believes that a single-sex school would _____________________.A force boys to hide their emotions to be “real man”B help to cultivate masculine aggressiveness in boysC encourage boys to express their emotions more freelyD naturally reinforce in boys that traditional image of a man58. It is commonly believed that in a mixed schools boys ____________________.A perform relatively betterB grow up more healthilyC behave more responsiblyD receive a better education59. What does Tony Little say about the British education system?A It fails more boys than girls academicallyB It focuses more on mixed school educationC It fails to give boys the attention they needD It places more pressure on boys than on girls60. According to Abigail James, one of the advantages of single-sex schools is ______________.A teaching can be tailored to suit the characteristics of boysB boys can focus on their lessons without being distractedC boys can choose to learn whatever they are interested inD teaching can be designed to promote boys’team spirit61. Which of the following is characteristic of boys according to Abigail James’report?A They enjoy being in chargeB They conform to stereotypesC They have sharper visionD They are violent and sexistPassage TwoIt’s an annual argument. Do we or do we not go on holiday? My partner says no because the boiler could go, or the roof fall off, and we have no savings to save us. I say that you only live once and we work hard and what’s the point if you can’t go on holiday. The joy of a recession means no argument next year –we just won’t go.Since money is known to be one of the things most likely to bring a relationship to its knees, we should be grateful. For many families the recession means more than not booking a holiday. 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M: Welcome back. How was your vacation?W: Just fine. We had only one good day as far as the weather was concerned. But the hotel was beautiful, and I’ve never known friendlier people.Q: What does the woman imply?12. M: I missed the bus again today because I turned the alarm clock off in my sleep.W: Try putting it far enough away from your bed that you’ll have to get up to turn it off.Q: What does the woman suggest the man do?13. M: Mary, are you reading?W: Not at all. I’m trying to make this skirt short. The fashions this year say you should wear skirts one inch above the knee.Q: What can we learn from the conversation?14. W: Did you listen to the news? Who won the championship in the match?M: Robert Brown. I think he was fantastic. This is an important comeback I his career.Q: What can we learn about Robert Brown?15. W: Hoe did you get here so quickly? You told me your car was broken.M: Yeah, it is. I wanted to take a taxi, but my next door neighbor saw me walking and offered me a ride.Q: How did the man get there?16. W: What do you think of the plan to build an atomic power station in this village?M: I have strong objection to the idea. It will ruin the village. And in any case I don’t think it’s necessary.Q: What is the man’s attitude to the plan?17. M: All these books are very interesting and instructive, but I don’t know which one suits mebest for my course.W: What about this one? It’s said to be the best seller in this field.Q: What do we learn from the conversation?18. W: Good morning. This is Dr. Allen’s office.M: Good morning. I’d like to have it done this week if possible.Q: Who is this woman?Conversation One【听力原文】W: Wang Ning, do you think we make too much use of tinned and frozen food in Britain? The supermarkets here are full of them, aren’t they? Perhaps that is why our food is not very tasty, as you may have found out already.M: But frozen foods are con venient and handy, aren’t they? Just think of all the tedious work we have to do in the kitchen if it weren’t for frozen foods.W: Yes, that’s true! But you spend much more time cooking and preparing meals in your country than we do in Britain, don’t you?M: Yes, I suppose we do. You make less fuss about food than we do. In my own country, we have two big meals a day, that is, lunch and dinner, and we spend a lot time preparing them. [19] Here in Britain, you have only one big meal a day, apart from breakfast and lunch snack, and you spend much less time preparing it.W: Yes, but we’re just as fond of good and delicious food as you are.M: Well, you certainly don’t show it!W: We do fuss about our meals sometimes, and remember, [20] we like to eat out on special occasions, such as weekend evenings, birthday parties and other celebrations. [21(1)] London is full of foreign restaurants where you can get all the exotic dishes of world. You must come out with us one evening, Wang Ning.M: Thank you very much, I’d love to. [21(2)] And that’s what I like about London. There’s always so much to see and so. I think I have made a wise decision when I chose to line and study in London.Conversation Two【听力原文】W: Please sit down, Mr. Wilson. [22(1)] My name is Jane Smith and I’m the personnel manager. M: Hello. How do you do?W: Now, [22(2)] this is just a short preliminary interview. I’d like to talk about your present job and that you’ve done up to now.M: Yes, of course.W: Well, could you tell me how long you’ve had y our present position in Evening News. It is Evening News, isn’t it?M: Yes, that’s right. Um, I’m not sure, let’s see, I left university in the summer of 1998…is that right? Yes, in 1998. Then I was unemployed for about two months, and then I traveled round Britain for a few weeks, so [23] it must be more than seven years now in fact.W: Um…yes. And have you any particular reason for waiting to change jobs? I mean, why do you want to move?M: Well, I actually like my present job and still find it interestin g. The salary is OK, so it’s nothing to do with money. Though you can always do with more, [24] I suppose the thing is that I’m really very ambitious and keen to get promoted, so that’s the real reason.W: You say you like your job. Can you tell me what aspect you like most?M: Oh dear! That’s difficult. There are so many things. The colleagues are quite nice to get along with, so there’s a good co-operative atmosphere. And compared to other press, the workingconditions are great. I mean the office itself is good.W: Um, yes.M: And then there’s the fact that as a journalist I had done an article for the newspaper about what happened at home or in the world, so I had to make decisions. [25] I must be responsible for what I have written. You know, that is what I really like the most about the job. They give me lots of room for initiative.W: Yes, well, we are looking for someone who isn’t a clock-watcher and who isn’t too concerned about working fairly long hours.M: Oh, I don’t mind that. I’m used to it. I o ften work long hours. I was made to work at weekends. There was a lot more pressure in writing an article for the newspaper.W: And what about your education? You went to Leeds University, didn’t you?M: Yes. After leaving school I started a diploma course in design at the University, but I decided to change courses and did Postgraduate Diploma in Social and Public Policy instead.W: Good. Yes, thank you for your coming. I’ll call you about our decision as soon as possible. M: Thank you very much.Section BPassage One【听力原文】[26] Lions prefer to eat without having to do much work. When resting in the shade, they are watching the sky. And [27(1)] if they see the birds fly down, they immediately sense that something must be happening. Even in the heat of the day, they will certainly arise and run a mile across the plains to find out what is going on. [27(2)] If another animal has made a kill, they will drive it off and take the animal for themselves. A grown lion can easily consume 60 pounds of meat at a single feeding. Often, they eat until it seems painful for them to lie down. [28] The female lions are learner and swifter, and as a result, are better hunters than the males. Most kills are made at night or just before dawn. The kill is the most exciting moment of their time—about 20 hours a day—sleeping and resting. Lions are also social cats. And during these times of leisure, they love to romp with each other, and the young lions are always playing among themselves and with their parents.Passage Two【听力原文】What is the sky? Where is it? How high is it? What lies above the sky? I am sure that you have asked these questions. They are very difficult to answer, aren’t they?If someone asked you, “What color is the sky?” I expected that you would answer: Blue. I am afraid that you would be wrong. [29] The sky has no color. When we see blue, we are looking at the blue sunlight. The sunlight is shining on little bits of dust in the air.Is the sky full of air? I am sure you have asked this question, too. We know that there is air all around the world. We could not breathe without air. [30] Airplanes could not fly without air. They need air to lift their wings. Airplanes cannot fly very high because as they go higher, the air getsthinner. [31] If we go far enough away from the earth, we find there is no air.Perhaps we can answer some of our questions now. What is the sky? Nothing. Where is it? It is all around the world. The sky is space. In this space there is nothing except the sun, the moon and all the stars.Passage Three【听力原文】Boris has starred in a dozen horror movies. He always plays a monster, a ghost, or some other frightening character. He uses a lot of make-up to make his face as horrifying as possible. Boris finds it interesting to play monsters. He has never been interested in playing romantic heroes, even though he is quite good-looking without his make-up.Last year, after he had made five horror movies in arrow, [32] Boris was so exhausted that he wanted to take a long vacation. He went to a tro pical island where no one knew him and he didn’t have to do anything but lie on the beach. [33] But soon he was bored. Lying on the beach all day with nothing to do can be boring. Boris wanted to do something interesting and exciting again. After that vacation, Boris decided that he liked his exhausting schedule after all.When he came back from his vacations, Boris began working on a new movie right away. [34] He was so glad to be occupied again that he didn’t think about being tired. All this attention was devoted to his performance. Boris was determined to be more frightening in this movie than he had ever been before.In real life, Boris isn’t frightening at all. People are always amazed to see how handsome he is off the screen. [35] He is also very kind, especially with children. That is why Boris was so surprised last week when a little girl he met on the street screamed and ran away from him. Boris had forgotten to take off his make-up.Model Test 3Section A11. [A] They arrived at the hotel just in time.[B] They found the hotel full.[C] They would go to the other hotel.[D] They had to go to other hotels.12. [A] The man is not sure if Susan has rung him.[B] The man knows Susan, but not very well.[C] The name sounds familiar to the man.[D] The man doesn’t know Susan at all.13. [A] Join in the acting group to make a few friends.[B] Sing the song for his friends first.[C] Pretend that he is performing for his friends.[D] Sit there to practice the song.14. [A] He hasn’t had time to try it on yet.[B] It doesn’t fit him very well.[C] He needs a long-sleeved shirt.[D] He’s not sure he likes the pattern.15. [A] Economics.[B] Political Science.[C] Both Economics and Political Science.[D] Neither.16. [A] The woman did her share in doing the job.[B] The man took for granted the woman’s help.[C] The woman did not help fulfill her help.[D] The man doesn’t thank the woman for her help.17. [A] He can’t go to the play.[B] He’s already seen the play.[C] He’ll go to the play with the woman.[D] He doesn’t want people to know where he’s going.18. [A] The man likes playing tennis.[B] The man is a member of a school league.[C] The woman is grading people in playing tennis.[D] The woman is not a beginner but a middling one in sports.Questions 19 to 21 are based on the conversation you have just heard.19. [A] Because they are interesting.[B] Because they are required by the school.[C] Because they are beneficial for future work.[D] Because they are needed to apply for scholarship.20. [A] They don’t have enough money to pay high fees.[B] They have learned too many grammar rules.[C] They can’t deal with the assignment of reading and wri ting.[D] They have great difficulties in communication with native speakers.21. [A] Financial problems.[B] Heavy burden of part-time jobs.[C] Not having enough time for work due to partying.[D] Lack of right attitude and skills in classroom work.Questions 22 to 25 are based on the conversation you have just heard.22. [A] The rules in English language.[B] Learning English and mathematics.[C] The approach to learning English.[D] Playing soccer needs a lot of exercise.23. [A] To pass the exam.[B] To obtain master’s degree at the university.[C] To join the soccer team.[D] To prepare himself for study at the university.24. [A] Rules of playing soccer are confusing.[B] The man needn’t learn the rules of English.[C] Languages can not be learned very well in English.[D] Rules are important for adults in learning languages.25. [A] The woman is an English teacher.[B] The man used to be a good soccer player.[C] The woman has mastered English quite well.[D] The man will realize the importance of practice in learning a language. Section BPassage OneQuestions 26 to 28 are based on the passage you have just heard.26. [A] It’s amazing that anyone could move so fast.[B] Televisions mark the beginning of modern life.[C] Modern life is changing very fast.[D] It’s hard to remember the past.27. [A] Because change happened so quickly.[B] Because people were not interested init.[C] Because people were too busy with their work.[D] Because change happened so slowly.28. [A] She felt like being interested in it.[B] She was not happy about it.[C] She felt disappointed.[D] She was really amazed.Passage TwoQuestions 29 to 31 are based on the passage you have just heard.29. [A] To show off their wealth.[B] To change the way they feel.[C] To regain their money.[D] To be different from others.30. [A] To help solve their psychological problems.[B] To play games with them.[C] To send them to the hospital.[D] To make them aware of its harmfulness.31. [A] They need care and affection.[B] They are fond of round-the-world trips.[C] They are mostly from broken families.[D] They are likely to commit crimes.Passage ThreeQuestions 32 to 35 are based on the passage you have just heard.32. [A] The relationship between diet and the health.[B] The relationship between the amount of food and diet.[C] The relationship between mice and diet.[D] The relationship between mice and men.33. [A] They do not have a healthy diet.[B] They eat only one cup of food a day.[C] They use the equipment in their cages.[D] They get bored with the kind of food in the cup.34. [A] One year. [B] Three years.[C] A year and a half. [D] About two years.35. [A] People who eat less will live longer.[B] People who eat only a cup of food a day will be healthy.[C] People who eat a healthy diet will not get sick.[D] If people eat the same diet as the mice’s, they will be healthier.Section CVegetable gardening is the relaxing art and science of turning a love for growing plants into a (36) activity.Many things make gardening a national hobby for both young and old. For a large number of people, the (37) of spring gardening provide a happy escape from winter (38) .Vegetable gardeners agree that many (39) vegetables are superior to those(40) from markets. From spring through late fall, a well-planned and well-kept garden can provide a supply of fresh vegetables. (41) make it possible to keep some of the vegetables to be (42) at a later date. Other vegetables can be (43) for a few monthsin a cool area. Having vegetables in the backyard makes home gardening appealing for many people. (44) .One should not plant a garden that is too large to care for. (45) .Vegetables do well in full sunlight and need at least five or six hours of sun and during the middle of the day. Too much shading results in poor plants and few vegetables. (46) .听力答案11.A 12.C 13.C 14.B 15.A 16.A 17.A 18.A 19.C 20.C 21.A 22.C 23.D 24.C 25.D 26.C 27.A 28.D 29.B 30.A 31.A 32.A 33.B 34.D 35.A36. productive 37. thoughts 38. boredom 39. home-grown 40. purchased 41. Freezers 42. enjoyed 43. stored44. In addition, vegetable gardening provides exercise and fun for both urban and suburbanfamilies.45. A small well-kept garden is more enjoyable and profitable than a large neglected one46. If possible, the garden should be near the house so that the gardener can work in it at oddmoment.听力原文11. W: If we had arrived later, we should have found the hotel full.M: But we could go somewhere else.Q: What do we know about them from the conversation?12. W: Do you know Susan Fleming?M: That name rings a bell, but I’m not sure.Q: What do we learn from the conversation?13. M: I’ve been practicing that song all week, but I’m still afraid of standing in front of such alarge audience.W: Just act as if they are all your friends and you’ll be fine.Q: What does the woman suggest the man do?14. W: Have you had a chance to wear your new shirt yet?M: That reminds me. I’ve been meaning to exchange it for a larger size.Q: What does the man imply about the shirt?15. M: Rick got an A in economics and only a C in Political Science.W: But he still thinks that Political Science is less complicated than Economics.Q: Which subject does Rick think is more difficult?16. W: John, they say you were quite successful in correcting the plan ahead of schedule.M: Well, I would be on my way doing the job if it had not been for your help last year.Q: What can we learn from the conversation?17. W: It’s very nice of you to give me your tickets for the play.M: Please don’t mention it. I’m going to be out if town this weekend anyway.Q: What can we inferred about the man?18. W: How do you rate your game, beginner or league?M: Oh, no, I’m not league standard, just average really, not bad, but not good. 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