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In Western countries friends usually split the bill when they go out, while husbands

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第1题

Many of the banks and travel services in the western countries provide convenience for

A.checks

B.credit cards

C.cash

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第2题

It is one of the poorest countries in Western Europe_____natural resources.

A.in the form. of

B.by means of

C.in terms of

D.on the basis of

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第3题

In order to ________ the Western European countries decided to cooperate.A.join together

In order to ________ the Western European countries decided to cooperate.

A.join together to found a united community

B.help each other to smooth away the differences in customs

C.work and act together for each country’s own purpose

D.work together and fight against each other

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第4题

Definitions of communication from many Western countries stress harmony, which is most
notable in cultures with a Christianity tradition.()

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第5题

??????B??????For years,business people in Western Europe were worried.They knew they could

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??For years,business people in Western Europe were worried.They knew they could not compete against business from the U.S.The United States is much larger and had many more resources than any Western European country.??

??Some European people realized that the European nations needed to join together to help each other.If they could forget their language differences and the differences in customs. they might ??become strong competition against other countries.??

??In 1958,six of the European countries-Belgium,the Netherlands,Luxembourg,France,Germany and Italy got together and decided to cooperate.They called their group the European Economic Community,or the Common Market.These countries agreed to join their resources together.????

??Within a few years,the European Economic Community had worked SO well that its members were more prosperous than many other European nations.Soon,other nations began to realize the advantage of the Common Market.Today the Common Market includes most of the important countries in Western Europe.It is helping Western Europe to again take its place as a leader among the industrial nations of the world.??

??From the passage we know the U.S.is much richer than_______ in resources.??

A.any other Western European country

B.any other country in Western Europe

C.any country in Western Europe

D.every country in Europe

The members of the European Economic Community have developed fast because they _______.A.share their resources and produce more goods

B.can again take the place as a leader in the world

C.forget the differences in their languages and customs

D.have become strong competition against the U.S.

Which statement is true?A.The Common Market is only a political association(协会).

B.The Common Market is an economic and political association.

C.The Common Market is surely not an economic association.

D.The Common Market is neither an economic association nor a political on

In order to ________ the Western European countries decided to cooperate.

A.join together to found a united community

B.help each other to smooth away the differences in customs

C.work and act together for each country own purpose

D.work together and fight against each other

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第6题

There are advantages and disadvantages to 21 Asian and Western educational method. For ex
ample, one advantage 22 the education in Japan is that students there learn much more math and science 23 American students. They also study more hours each day than Americans 24 . The study is difficult, but it 25 students for a society that values discipline (纪律) and self-control. There is, however, a disadvantage. Memorization is an important learning method in Japanese schools, 26 many students say that after an exam, they forget much of the information that they have memorized.

The advantage to the education in North America, 27 the other hand, is that students learn to think by themselves. The system prepares them for a society that values 28 ideas. There is, however, a disadvantage. When students graduate from high school, they haven't memorized 29 many basic rules and facts as students in other countries 30 .

21.

A. not only

B. all

C. both

D. only

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第7题

In the United States, a person can take credit only for what he has accomplished by hims
elf. Americans get no credit whatsoever for having been born into a rich or privileged family. (In the United States, that would be considered “an accident of birth.”) Americans pride themselves in having been born poor and, through their own hard work, having climbed the difficult ladder of success to whatever level they have achieved--all by themselves. The American social system has, of course, made it possible for Americans to move, relatively easily, up the social ladder, whereas this is impossible to do in many other countries. The “self-made man or woman” is still very much the ideal in present-day America. Americans believe that competition brings out the best in any individual. They claim that it challenges or forces each person to produce the very best that is humanly possible. Consequently, the foreign visitor will see if you come from competition being fostered in the American home and in the American classroom, even at the youngest level. You may find the value placed on the competition disagreeable, especially if you come from a society that promote cooperation rather than competition among individuals. But Americans teaching in Third World countries find the lack of competitiveness in a classroom situation equally distressing. They soon learn that what they had thought to be one of the universal human characteristics represented only a peculiarly American (or Western) value.

Americans, valuing competition, have devised an economic system to go with-free enterprise. Americans feel very strongly that a highly competitive economy will bring out the best in its people and ultimately, that the society which fosters competition will progress most rapidly. If you look for it, you will see evidence in all areas--in all fields as diverse as medicine, the arts, education, and sports--that free enterprise is the approach most often preferred in America.

16. What does the author mean by saying “The ‘self-made man or woman’ is still very much the ideal in present-day America”?

A. Americans no longer respect those who are born rich as they used to.

B. Americans still respect those who have climbed up the social ladder through hard work.

C. Americans think that an ideal man or woman should be born poor.

D. Americans think that only the self-made man or woman is worthy of respect.

17. What does the author think of the American social system?

A. It is a system that does not favor those who are born rich.

B. It is a system that makes social climbing very difficult, if not impossible.

C. It makes it comparatively easy for the poor to move up the social ladder.

D. It is the best system possible in the world

18. Americans teaching in Third World countries found that ___.

A. competition is a unique American (or Western ) value

B. competition must be fostered in the classroom for success in business

C. cooperation is more important than competition in bringing about progress

D. competition is one of the universal human characteristics

19. We can infer from the passage that free enterprise is ____.

A. an economic system allowing free competition among businesses

B. a belief that competition brings out the best in any individual

C. an attitude that values competition rather than cooperation

D. a theory that advocates competition as the source of all progress

20. Americans would most likely frown at you if you ____.

A. complain that you were born poor and had had no opportunities

B. tell then you were born poor and had to work with your hands

C. go around telling people that your father is a self-made man

D. tell them that their social system is not necessarily the best

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第8题

Migration is usually defined as "permanent or semi-permanent change of residence". However
, our concern is with movement between nations, not with internal migration within nations, although such movements often exceed international movements in volume. Today, the motives of people who move short distances are very similar to those of international migrants.

Students of human migration speak of "push" and "pull" factors, which influence an individual's decision to move from one place to another. Push factors are associated with the place of origin. A push factor can be as simple and mild a matter as difficulty in finding a suitable job, or as traumatic as war, or severe famine. Obviously, refugees who leave their homes with guns pointed at their heads are motivated almost entirely by push factors (although pull factors do influence their choice of destination).

Pull factors are those associated with the place of destination. Most often these are economic, such as better job opportunities or the availability of good land to farm. In general, pull factors add up to an apparently better chance for a good life and material well-being than is offered by the place of origin. When there is a choice between several attractive potential destinations, the deciding factor might be a non-economic consideration such as the presence of relatives, friends, or at least fellow countrymen already established in the new place who are willing to help the newcomers settle in.

Besides push and pull factors, there are what the sociologists call "intervening obstacles." Even if push and (or) pull factors are very strong they still may be outweighed by intervening obstacles, such as the distance of the move, the trouble and cost of moving, the difficulty of entering the new country, and the problems likely to be encountered on arrival. The decision to move is also influenced by "personal factors" of the potential migrant. The prospect of packing up everything and moving to a new and perhaps very strange environment may appear interesting and challenging to an unmarried young man and appallingly difficult to a slightly older man with a wife and small kids. Similarly, the need to learn a new language and customs may excite one person and frighten another. Regardless of why people move, migration of large numbers of people causes conflict. The United States and other western countries have experienced adjustment problems with each new wave of immigrants. It has usually taken several decades for each group to be accepted into the mainstream of society in the host country.

Today it is found that movement between nations often exceed international movements in volume.

A.True

B.False

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第9题

Who is called “The Father of Western Medicine”? __________.

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第10题

Christmas is _______ excellent time to be with family and have______ fun in western c

A./; the

B.an;/

C.the; a

D.an; the

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第11题

western hosts usually walk their guest to the car. ()
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