2016年6月四级听力试题

    1. The International Labour Organization's key objective.
    2. The basic social protection for the most vulnerable.
    3. Rising unemployment worldwide.
    4. Global economic recovery.
    1. Many countries have not taken measures to create enough jobs.
    2. Few countries know how to address the current economic crisis.
    3. Few countries have realised the seriousness of the current crisis.
    4. Many countries need support to improve their people's livelihood.
    1. Serve standardised food nationwide.
    2. Put calorie information on the menu.
    3. Increase protein content in the food.
    4. Offer convenient food to customers.
    1. They will be fined.
    2. They will be closed.
    3. They will get a warning.
    4. They will lose customers.
    1. Inability to implement their business plans.
    2. Inability to keep turning out novel products.
    3. Lack of a successful business model of their own.
    4. Failure to integrate innovation into their business.
    1. It is the secret to business success.
    2. It is the creation of something new.
    3. It is a magic tool to bring big rewards.
    4. It is an essential part of business culture.
    1. Its hardworking employees.
    2. Its flexible promotion strategy.
    3. Its innovation culture.
    4. Its willingness to make investments.
    1. He's got addicted to technology.
    2. He is not very good at socializing.
    3. He is crazy about text-messaging.
    4. He does not talk long on the phone.
    1. Talk big.
    2. Talk at length.
    3. Gossip a lot.
    4. Forget herself.
    1. He thought it was cool.
    2. He needed the practice.
    3. He wanted to stay connected with them.
    4. He had an urgent message to send.
    1. It poses a challenge to seniors.
    2. It saves both time and money.
    3. It is childish and unprofessional.
    4. It is cool and convenient.
    1. He wants to change his job assignment.
    2. He is unhappy with his department manager.
    3. He thinks he deserves extra pay for overtime.
    4. He is often singled out for criticism by his boss.
    1. His workload was much too heavy.
    2. His immediate boss did not trust him.
    3. His colleagues often refused to cooperate.
    4. His salary was too low for his responsibility.
    1. He never knows how to refuse.
    2. He is always ready to help others.
    3. His boss has a lot of trust in him.
    4. His boss has no sense of fairness.
    1. Put all his complaints in writing.
    2. Wait and see what happens next.
    3. Learn to say no when necessary.
    4. Talk to his boss in person first.
    1. The importance of sleep to a healthy life.
    2. Reasons for Americans' decline in sleep.
    3. Some tips to improve the quality of sleep.
    4. Diseases associated with lack of sleep.
    1. They are more health-conscious.
    2. They are changing their living habits.
    3. They get less and less sleep.
    4. They know the dangers of lack of sleep.
    1. Their weight will go down.
    2. Their mind function will deteriorate.
    3. Their work efficiency will decrease.
    4. Their blood pressure will rise.
    1. How much you can afford to pay.
    2. What course you are going to choose.
    3. Which university you are going to apply to.
    4. When you are going to submit your application.
    1. The list of courses studied.
    2. The full record of scores.
    3. The references from teachers.
    4. The personal statement.
    1. Specify what they would like to do after graduation.
    2. Describe in detail how much they would enjoy studying.
    3. Indicate they have reflected and thought about the subject.
    4. Emphasize that they admire the professors in the university.
    1. It was equipped with rubber tyres.
    2. It was built in the late 19th century.
    3. It was purchased by the Royal family.
    4. It was designed by an English engineer.
    1. They consumed lots of petrol.
    2. They took two passengers only.
    3. They were difficult to drive.
    4. They often broke down.
    1. They were produced on the assembly line.
    2. They were built with less costly materials.
    3. They were modeled after British cars.
    4. They were made for ordinary use.
    1. It made news all over the world.
    2. It was built for the Royal family.
    3. It marked a new era in motor travel.
    4. It attracted large numbers of motorists.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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