2022年6月大学英语三级(A级)真题试卷

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  • 1. You should spend some time______about how you can best deal with these issues.

    Ato think

    Bthink

    Cthought

    Dthinking

  • 2. ______to share so much information with friends as we can today.

    ANever have been able we

    BNever we have been able

    CNever have we been able

    DNever have been we able

  • 3. At this point, officers have not found any evidence ________a crime occurred.

    Awhich

    Bthat

    Cwhat

    Dwhen

  • 4. John said he wasn't hunting_______a job because there weren't any available in his area.

    Awith

    Bon

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    Dfor

  • 5. ____________you have received a written job offer from the company,it is not final.

    AIf

    BBecause

    CUnless

    DOnce

  • 6. ________you graduated with lots of internship experience,don't expect to have your dream job right after graduation.

    AEver since

    BJust because

    CEven if

    DAs if

  • 7. Changing jobs is not easy, particularly if the circumstances in______you're leaving are less than ideal.

    Awhich

    Bwhat

    Cthat

    Dwhere

  • 8. As_______earlier, hiring managers are busy because they have many other responsibilities.

    Amentioning

    Bto mention

    Cmention

    Dmentioned

  • 9. If you________them the deadline, they could have completed the project sooner.

    Ahad told

    Btold

    Ctell

    Dwill tell

  • 10. No matter_________good you are,there is no substitute for preparing well for your interview.

    Ahow

    Bwhere

    Cwhat

    Dwhen

  • 1. The employees are asked to avoid(use)_______a cell phone when they are operating heavy machinery.
  • 2. Make sure all of your responsibilities will (take)_______care of before you leave for your vacation.
  • 3. The experience today is making me(serious)_______consider never buying from you again.
  • 4. We are living in the era of smartphones, and(communicate)______has never been so easy.
  • 5. Mobile phones have made everything from booking hotels to capturing memories (easy)______than ever before.
  • Trying to avoid the bad news or hoping thatit will disappear on its own will only make it worse. The issue isn't going to solve itself. The delay will only add fuel to fire. You need to announce the bad news at the right time. This will strengthen your relationship with people in the organization and give you an opportunity to show your leadership skills. And avoiding it has quite the opposite effect. People start doubting your abilities. So next time you have to deliver bad news to your boss and are tempted to delay, remember this: it's in your own best interest and the interest of the organization. Step up, get over your fears and do the right thing. Don't blame. Failing to admit your own part and blaming others for how something turned out are natural defense tactics(手段),but they only shift your focus from attending to the bad news to playing a blame game. When you don't accept your fault,your mind might look up solutions to cover up the problem instead of identifying creative ways to address the real issue. Keep emotions in check. When bad news strikes,feeling emotional is natural. However, letting those emotions consume,you can takeaway your power to think rationally(理性地). Staying calm will make your boss trust you more with whatever you wish to convey.

    1. Delay in announcing the bad news____

    A requires your strong will

    B will only make things worse

    C will gain a lot of sympathy

    D is a wise decision to avoid bad things

  • 2. By announcing the bad news at the good time, you will____

    A win your boss' s trust

    B strengthen your confidence

    C show your leadership skills

    D increase your chance of promotion

  • 3. If you fail to admit your own part in something wrong, you will____

    A begin to doubt your leadership abilities

    B find it difficult to cover up the bad news

    C be likely to focus on attending to the bad news

    D be unable to find ways to address the bad news

  • 4. When bad news suddenly occurs, you should____

    A have trust in your ability

    B control your emotions

    C report it to your boss at once

    D discuss it with your colleagues

  • 5. The passage is mainly about how to___

    A deal with bad news

    B keep emotions in check

    C show your leadership skills

    D develop your power to think rationally

  • With the FUN Pass, you can make the most out of Sentosa. Just choose your pass, then choose what you want to play. Whether you're one for activities or adventures(探险)for the whole family,there's plenty of fun for everyone. FUN Passes purchased are strictly non-refundable, including in the event of bad weather conditions. Child price is applicable to children aged 3-12 years. Price of passes excludes island admission fee and transport fares. Usual prices indicated are based on approximate rates. FUN Passes are valid during the indicated times or until the attractions close, whichever is earlier. Kindly refer to the map for the usual operating hours, prices and locations of the attractions. Only the stated number of attractions can be used. Unused attractions will not be refunded or exchanged in any way. Lost or damaged passes will not be replaced or refunded. This promotion is not valid together with any other promotions, discounts, and so on. FUN Passes purchased from the online store must be redeemed(兑换)at a Sentosa Ticketing Counter with the confirmation receipt. Receipts are only valid for 3 months from the date of purchase.FUN Passes purchased from Sentosa Ticketing Counters are valid for 14 days from the date of purchase and must be fully used on the same day of the first redemption(兑换).Sentosa Development Corporation reserves the right to change or end this promotion at any time.

    1. Once you have bought a FUN Pass,______

    Ayou can visit all of the attractions

    B you can visit an attraction three times

    C you are unable to get your payment back

    D you can refund your payment within a week

  • 2. The usual operating hours of Fun Passes can be found______

    A on a map of Sentosa

    Bin Sentosa's restaurant

    C in Sentosa's newsletter

    D in Sentosa's advertisement

  • 3. Where can visitors redeem their FUN Passes bought from the online store?

    A In a local tour agency.

    BIn a Sentosa gift store.

    CAt the Information Center.

    DAt a Sentosa Ticketing Counter.

  • 4. According to the last paragraph, a confirmation receipt can be used and acceptable for_____

    A 3 days

    B 3 weeks

    C 3 months

    D half a year

  • 5. According to the chart given,many consumers give up a shopping cart because of_____

    A the location of Sentosa

    C the attractions in Sentosa

    B the ticketing policy of Sentosa

    D Sentosa’s discount schedules

  • The world of motor-sport comes to Scotland in2022 with the Scottish Motor Sport Show on February 24-25 at the recently completed Agriculture Center. Covering an area of over 5,000 square meters, the Scottish Sport Show will offer various displays, with retailers and motor-sport drivers and riders from yesterday,today and tomorrow. 1995 World Contest Champion Collion McRae,five-time British Contest Champion Jimmy McRae and 1995 British Contest Champion Alister Marae will give an impressive performance to the audience,and even give them the opportunity to sit just next to them as they drive the specially built contest stage. Other attractions: The Russ Swift Mini Display; 4X4 Off Road Experience; An amazing motorbike jump over a moving lorry(货车),and more. Day Ticket Prices:Adults:$12;OAP's(老年退休者):$10;Children under 12:free To book tickets now phone:0871424 4444 or book online Come and enjoy yourself!

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  • A—Community development      B—Absolute poverty C—Adult protection      D—Anger management E—Behavior therapy      F—Body language G—Capacity assessment      H—Case history I—Children' s rights      J—Day center K—Eating disorders      L—Hate crime M—Mental illness      N—Personal data O—Sign language      P—Verbal communication Q—Welfare rights Examples: (H)个案史 (Q)福利权

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  • In 2012,we started a"Sales-as-Service"business called ElasticSales. Our vision was to build the sales infrastructure(基础设施)necessary to enable companies to scale their sales efforts. We opened an office,hired top sales talent,and signed up clients within the first few weeks. Next,we searched the market for the best technologies available. Unfortunately, we came back disappointed. Existing solutions seemed to be focused on turning sales professionals into data entry specialists. None of them showed any understanding of the needs of a sales person when it came to their job and daily workflow(工作流程). We decided to fix the problem instead of complaining about it. We started developing our own internal sales application. During that time our sales people generated millions of dollars in sales for hundreds of venture backed Silicon Valley startups using our secret sales sauce:Close. We knew we were sitting on something special when we got more and more demand from other people who wanted to use our internal software,so in January 2013 we released Close to the world. Today,we're 40* team members from around the world—supporting and coaching thousands of customers to grow every single day.

    1. What was the vision of the business? Building the sales infrastructure necessary to enable companies to scale_____________________________.
  • 2. Why did they come disappointed after they searched the market for the best technologies available? Because existing solutions showed no understanding of the needs of______________.
  • 3. What did they do to fix the problem? They began developing their own internal___________________.
  • 4. What did ElasticSales release to the world in 2013? An application called_______________________________.
  • 5. How many team members are there in ElasticSales? More than________________________.
  • 1. One of the amazing things about education is that teachers all have different styles,approaches,personalities and backgrounds.

    A关于教育的一个令人惊奇的事情是,教师都有不同的风格、方法、个性和背景。

    B教师会在教学中针对不同的学生采用不同的方法,都是为了取得更好的效果。

    C我们的调查有一个惊人的发现,学校教师都有不同的风格、方法、个性和背景。

  • 2. To protect against electrical shock, do not put the appliance or allow the power cord to come into contact with water or any other liquid.

    A为了防止触电,不要将电器或电源线与水或其他任何液体接触。

    B如果电器或电源线接触到水,可能会导致触电引起的人身伤亡。

    C如果电器使用不当会引起触电或火灾,甚至造成严重伤亡事故。

  • 3. You should encourage your workers to meet with challenges, rather than discouraging them by only focusing on their shortcomings.

    A你应该鼓励员工迎接挑战,而非仅关注他们的缺点,令他们丧失信心。

    B你应该鼓励员工参加各种培训,积极创造有利条件,让他们迅速成长。

    C你应该积极鼓励员工去迎接挑战,并且要求员工关注自己的不足之处。

  • 4. We believe that a smart city should provide an urban environment for its residents who can enjoy a high quality of life.

    A我们相信,每一个城市都应该给居民提供交通便利、生活舒适的宜居环境。

    B我们相信,城市管理者应该为居民提供一个良好生活品质的城市宜居环境。

    C我们相信,智慧城市应该为市民提供一个可以享受高品质生活的城市环境。

  • 5. My most successful sale was one where I had to take over a customer from another salesperson who suddenly had to leave the company. I immediately contacted the client and let them know the situation. I told them my background so that they would feel safe working with me. I did not say anything negative about my colleague because that would damage the company's reputation. I gave the customer enough time to think about the purchase.
  • 1. 说明:假定你是某公司人力资源部经理John Smith,给新入职的员工写一封欢迎信。内容如下:1.欢迎各位选择我们公司并加入我们;
    2.简单介绍公司的背景和文化理念(内容自拟);
    3.希望新员工尽早熟悉环境,熟悉团队,成为其中的一份子;
    4.希望发挥自己的能力为公司的发展做出贡献;
    5.最后祝各位在公司的工作愉快。