欢迎来到天天文库!上传客服QQ1290478887点击这里,给天天文库发消息,QQ:1290478887 | 帮助中心 分享价值,快乐你我!
天天文库
全部分类
  • 学术论文 >
    毕业论文 毕业设计 临时分类
    学术论文
    毕业论文 毕业设计 临时分类 土木工程毕业设计 asp毕业设计 安卓毕业设计 php毕业设计 文献综述 其他论文 外文翻译 Java毕业设计 asp.net论文 英语论文 机械毕业设计 船舶工程毕业论文 法学专业毕业论文 工商管理毕业论文 汉语言文学毕业论文 行政管理毕业论文 护理学毕业论文 化学专业毕业论文 会计学毕业论文 计算机论文 教育学论文 金融管理论文 景观设计毕业论文 旅游管理毕业论文 文秘秘书毕业论文 人力资源管理毕业论 期刊论文 数学专业毕业论文 心理学毕业论文 平面艺术设计论文 开题报告 音乐专业毕业论文 市场营销论文 装修毕业论文
  • 应用文档 >
    商业计划 设计方案 施工方案
    应用文档
    商业计划 设计方案 施工方案 事迹材料 使用与维护手册 工作思想汇报 表格清单 应急预案 调研报告 策划书 项目建议书 技术措施与指南 可行性研究报告 分析报告 演讲稿 自查报告 党校课件 党校讲课稿 合同协议范本 ppt模板 工作总结 工作计划 工作报告 讲话稿 心得体会 活动方案 规章制度 读后感 汇报材料 其他办公文档
  • 行业资料 >
    专业技术 解决措施 指导说明书
    行业资料
    专业技术 解决措施 指导说明书 组织施工设计 技术规范 国家标准 行业标准 经营营销
  • 教育资源 >
    课后答案 笔记讲义 主题班会
    教育资源
    课后答案 笔记讲义 主题班会 医学课件 PDF书籍 商业培训 优质公开课课件 考试资料 教学课件 职业培训课件 大学学习资料 高中学习资料 初中学习资料 小学学习资料 其他学习资料 练习与试题 英语资料 课程设计 临时分类
  • 其他资料 >
    其他文档 免费文档
    其他资料
    其他文档 免费文档
  • 首页 天天文库 > 资源分类 > DOC文档下载
     

    2002年6月英语六级真题(含答案)

    • 资源ID:18800011       资源大小:60.00KB        全文页数:6页
    • 资源格式: DOC        下载权限:游客/注册会员    下载费用:20积分 【人民币20元】
    游客快捷下载 游客一键下载
    会员登录下载
    下载资源需要20积分 【人民币20元】

    邮箱/QQ:
    温馨提示:
    支付成功后,系统会根据您填写的邮箱或者QQ号作为您下次登录的用户名和密码(如填写的是QQ,那登陆用户名和密码就是QQ号),方便下次登录下载和查询订单;
    特别说明:
    付款后即可正常下载,下载内容为可编辑文档格式,推荐使用支付宝;
    支付方式: 支付宝    微信支付   
    验证码:   换一换

     
    1、本站资源不支持迅雷下载,请使用浏览器直接下载(不支持QQ浏览器);
    2、文档下载后都不会有天天文库的水印,预览文档经过压缩,下载后原文更清晰;
    3、所有的PPT和DOC文档都被视为“模板”,允许上传人保留章节、目录结构的情况下删减部份的内容;下载前须认真查看,确认无误后再购买;
    4、所有文档都是可以预览的,天天文库作为内容存储提供商,无法对各卖家所售文档的真实性、完整性、准确性以及专业性等问题提供保证;
    5、文档的总页数、文档格式和文档大小以系统显示为准(不同办公软件显示的页数偶尔有区别),网站客服只以系统显示的页数、文件格式、文档大小作为仲裁依据;
    6、如果您还有什么不清楚的,可以点击右侧栏的客服对话;
    下载须知 | 常见问题汇总

    2002年6月英语六级真题(含答案)

    1 2002 年年 6 月月英语六级真题英语六级真题 Passage One Questions 21 to 25 are based on the following passage When global warming finally came, it stuck with a vengeance 异乎寻常地. In some regions, temperatures rose several degrees in less than a century. Sea levels shot up nearly 400 feet, flooding coastal settlements and forcing people to migrate inland. Deserts spread throughout the world as vegetation shifted drastically in North America, Europe and Asia. After driving many of the animals around them to near extinction, people were forced to abandon their old way of life for a radically new survival strategy that resulted in widespread starvation and disease. The adaptation was farming the global-warming crisis hat gave rise to it happened more than 10,000 years ago. As environmentalists convene in Rio de Janeiro this week to ponder the global climate of the future, earth scientists are in the midst of a revolution in understanding how climate has changed in the past and how those changes have transformed human existence. Researchers have begun to piece together an illuminating picture of the powerful geological and astronomical forces that have combined to change the planet’s environment from hot to cold, wet to dry and back again over a time period stretching back hundreds of millions of years. 回溯到以前 Most important, scientists are beginning to realize that the climatic changes have had a major impact on the evolution of the human species. New research now suggests that climate shifts have played a key role in nearly every significant turning point in human evolution from the dawn of primates 灵长目动物 some 65 million years ago to human ancestors rising up to walk on two legs, from the huge expansion of the human brain to the rise of agriculture. Indeed, the human history has not been merely touched by global climate change, some scientists argue, it has in some instances been driven by it. The new research has profound implications for the environmental summit in Rio. Among other things, the findings demonstrate that dramatic climate change is nothing new for planet Earth. The benign 宜人的 global environment that has existed over the past 10,000 years during which agriculture, writing, cities and most other features of civilization appeared is a mere bright spot in a much larger pattern of widely varying climate over the ages. In fact, the pattern of climate change in the past reveals that Earth’s climate will almost certainly go through dramatic changes in the future even without the influence of human activity. 21. Farming emerged as a survival strategy because man had been obliged ______. A to give up his former way of life 屏弃以前的方式屏弃以前的方式 B to leave the coastal areas C to follow the ever-shifting vegetation D to abandon his original settlement 22. Earth scientists have come to understand that climate ______. A is going through a fundamental change B has been getting warmer for 10,000 years 2 C will eventually change from hot to cold D has gone through periodical changes 周期性变化周期性变化 23. Scientists believe that human evolution ______. A has seldom been accompanied by climatic changes B has exerted little influence on climatic changes C has largely been effected by climatic changes 受气候变化影响受气候变化影响 D has had a major impact on climatic changes 24. Evidence of past climatic changes indicates that ______. A human activities have accelerated changes of Earth’s environment B Earth’s environment will remain mild despite human interference C Earth’s climate is bound to change significantly in the future 一定要变化一定要变化 不管人类是否参与不管人类是否参与 D Earth’s climate is unlikely to undergo substantial changes in the future 25. The message the author wishes to convey in the passage is that ______. A human civilization remains glorious though it is affected by climatic changes B mankind is virtually helpless in the face of the dramatic changes of climate C man has to limit his activities to slow down the global warming process D human civilization will continue to develop in spite of the changes of nature Passage Two Questions 26 to 30 are based on the following passage No woman can be too rich or too thin. This saying often attributed to the late Duchess 公爵夫人 of Windsor embodies much of the odd spirit of our times. Being thin is deemed as such a virtue. The problem with such a view is that some people actually attempt to live by it. I myself have fantasies of slipping into narrow designer clothes. Consequently, I have been on a diet for the better or worse part of my life. Being rich wouldn’t be bad either, but that won’t happen unless an unknown relative dies suddenly in some distant land, leaving me millions of dollars. Where did we go off the track When did eating butter become a sin, and a little bit of extra flesh unappealing, if not repellent All religions have certain days when people refrain from eating and excessive eating is one of Christianity’s seven deadly sins. However, until quite recently, most people had a problem getting enough to eat. In some religious groups, wealth was a symbol of probable salvation and high morals, and fatness a sign of wealth and well-being. Today the opposite is true. We have shifted to thinness as our new mark of virtue. The result is that being fat or even only somewhat overweight is bad because it implies a lack of moral strength. Our obsession 迷恋 with thinness is also fueled by health concerns. It is true that in this country we have more overweight people than ever before, and that, in many cases, being over-weight correlates with an increased risk of heart and blood vessel disease. These diseases, however, many have as much to do with our way of life and our high-fat diets as with excess weight. And the associated risk of cancer in the digestive system may be more of a dietary problem too much fat and a lack of fiber 3 than a weight problem. The real concern, then, is not that we weigh too much, but that we neither exercise enough nor eat well. Exercise is necessary for strong bones and both heart and lung health. A balanced diet without a lot of fat can also help the body avoid many diseases. We should surely stop paying so much attention to weight. Simply being thin is not enough. It is actually hazardous if those who get or already are thin think they are automatically healthy and thus free form paying attention to their overall life-style. Thinness can be pure vainglory 虚荣. 26. In the eyes of the author, an odd phenomenon nowadays is that ______. A the Duchess of Windsor is regarded as a woman of virtue. B looking slim is a symbol of having a large fortune C being thin is viewed as a much desired quality 瘦就好瘦就好 D religious people are not necessarily virtuous 27. Swept by the prevailing trend, the author ______. A had to go on a diet for the greater part of her life 不节食不节食 B could still prevent herself from going off the track C had to seek help from rich distant relatives D had to wear highly fashionable clothes 28. In human history, people’s views on body weight ______. A were closely related to their religious beliefs 宗教信仰宗教信仰 B changed from time to time C varied between the poor and the rich D led to different oral standards 29. The author criticizes women’s obsession with thinness ______. A from an economic and educational perspective B from sociological and medical points of view 医学角度医学角度 和社会学角度和社会学角度 C from a historical and religious standpoint D in the light of moral principles 30. What’s the author’s advice to women who are absorbed in the idea of thinness A They should be more concerned with their overall lifestyle. B They should be more watchful for fatal diseases. C They should gain weight to look healthy. D They should rid themselves of fantasies about designer clothes. Passage Three Questions 31 to 35 are based on the following passage War may be a natural expression of biological instincts and drives toward aggression in the human species. Natural impulses of anger, hostility, and territoriality 守卫地盘的天性 are expressed through acts of violence. Theses are all qualities that humans share with animals. Aggression is a kind of innate 天生的 survival mechanism, an instinct for self-preservation, that allows animals to defend themselves from threats to their existence. But, on the other hand, human violence shows evidence of being a learned behavior. In the case of human aggression, violence 4 cannot be simply reduced to an instinct. The many expressions of human violence are always conditioned by social conventions that give shape to aggressive behavior. In human societies violence has a social function It is a strategy for creating or destroying forms of social order. Religious traditions have taken a leading role in directing the powers of violence. We will look at the ritual and ethical 道德上的 patterns within which human violence has been directed. The violence within a society is controlled through institutions of law. The more developed a legal system becomes, the more society takes responsibility for the discovery, control, and punishment of violent acts. In most tribal societies the only means to deal with an act of violence is revenge. Each family group may have the responsibility for personally carrying out judgment and punishment upon the person who committed the offense. But in legal systems, the responsibility for revenge becomes depersonalized and diffused. The society assumes the responsibility for protecting individuals from violence. In cases where they cannot be protected, the society is responsible for imposing punishment. In a sate controlled legal system, individuals are removed from the cycle of revenge motivated by acts of violence, and the state assumes responsibility for their protection. The other side of a state legal apparatus is a state military apparatus. While the one protects the individual from violence, the other sacrifices the individual to violence in the interests of the state. In war the state affirms its supreme power over the individuals within its own borders. War is not simply a trial by combat to settle disputes between states; it is the moment when the state makes its most powerful demands upon its people for their recommitment, allegiance, and supreme sacrifice. Times of war test a community’s deepest religious and ethical commitments. 31. Human violence shows evidence of being a learned behavior in that ______. A it threatens the existing social systems B it is influenced by society C it has roots in religious conflicts D it is directed against institutions of law 32. The function of legal systems, according to the passage, is ______. A to control violence within a society 控制暴力控制暴力 B to protect the world from chaos C to free society from the idea of revenge D to give the government absolute power 33. What does the author mean by saying “ in legal systems, the responsibility for revenge becomes depersonalized an diffused” Lines 5-6, Para. 2 A Legal systems greatly reduce the possibilities of physical violence. B Offenses against individuals are no longer judged on a personal basis. C Victims of violence find it more difficult to take revenge. D Punishment is not carried out directly by the individuals involved. 惩罚不再 是个体行为 34. The word “allegiance” Line 5, Para. 3 is closest in meaning to ______. A loyalty 效忠 忠诚 5 B objective C survival D motive 35. What can we learn from the last paragraph A Governments tend to abuse their supreme power in times of war. B In times of war governments may extend their power across national borders. C In times of war governments impose high religious and ethical standards on their people. D Governments may sacrifice individuals in the interests of the state in times of war. 以大局为重 牺牲个体 Passage Four Questions 36 to 40 are based on the following passage Researchers who are unfamiliar with the cultural and ethnic groups they are studying must take extra precautions to shed any biases they bring with them from their own culture. 避免偏见 For example, they must make sure they construct measures that are meaningful for each of the cultural or ethnic minority groups being studied. In conducting research on cultural and ethnic minority issues, investigators distinguish between the emic approach and the etic approach. In the emic approach, 不做比较 the goal is to describe behavior in one culture or ethnic group in terms that are meaningful and important to the people in that culture or ethnic group, without regard to other cultures or ethnic groups. In the etic approach, the goal is to describe behavior so that generalizations can be made across cultures. If researchers construct a questionnaire in an emic fashion, their concern is only that the questions are meaningful to the particular culture or ethnic group being studied. If, however, the researchers construct a questionnaire in an etic fashion, they want to include questions that reflect concepts familiar to all cultures involved. How might the emic and etic approaches be reflected in the study of family processes In the emic approach, the researchers might choose to focus only on middle-class White families, without regard for whether the information obtained in the study can be generalized or is appropriate for ethnic minority groups. In a subsequent study, the researchers may decide to adopt an etic approach by studying not only middle-class White families, but also lower-income White families, Black American families, Spanish American families, and Asian American families. In studying ethnic minority families, the researchers would likely discover that the extended family is more frequently a support system in ethnic minority families than in White American families. If so, the emic approach would reveal a different pattern of family interaction than would the etic approach, documenting that research with middle-class White families cannot always be generalized to all ethnic groups. 36. According to the first paragraph, researchers unfamiliar with the target cultures are inclined to ______. A be overcautious in constructing meaningful measures B view them from their own cultural perspective 和自己的相比较和自己的相比较 6 C guard against interference from their own culture D accept readily what is alien to their own culture 37. What does the author say about the emic approach and the etic approach A They have different research focuses in the study of ethnic issues. 侧重点不 同 两个方法 B The former is biased while the latter is objective. C The former concentrates on the study of culture while the latter on family issues. D They are both heavily dependent on questionnaires in conducting surveys. 38. Compared with the etic approach, the emic approach is apparently more ______. A culturally interactive B culture-oriented C culturally biased D culture-specific 不做比较不做比较 39. The etic approach is concerned with ______.(全局 全部 ) A the general characteristics of minority families B culture-related concepts of individual ethnic groups C features shared by various cultures or ethnic groups 具有比较性 D the economic conditions of different types of families 40. Which of the following is true of the ethnic minority families in the U.S. according to the passage A Their cultural patterns are usually more adaptable. B Their cultural concepts are difficult to comprehend. C They don’t interact with each other so much as White families. D They have closer family ties than White families. 大家庭大家庭 21. A22. D23. C24. C25. B26. C27. A28. A 29. B30. A 31. B32. A33. D34. A35. D36. B37. A38. D39. C40. D

    注意事项

    本文(2002年6月英语六级真题(含答案))为本站会员(书海导航)主动上传,收益归上传者所有,天天文库仅提供信息存储空间,仅对用户上传内容的表现方式做保护处理,对上载内容本身不做任何修改或编辑。 若此文所含内容侵犯了您的版权或隐私,请立即通知天天文库(发送邮件至[email protected]或直接QQ联系客服),我们立即给予删除!

    温馨提示:如果因为网速或其他原因下载失败请重新下载,重复下载不扣分。




    关于我们 - 网站声明 - 网站地图 - 资源地图 - 友情链接 - 网站客服点击这里,给天天文库发消息,QQ:1290478887 - 联系我们

    网站客服QQ:1290478887        微信公众号:iwenku365

    [email protected] 2017-2027 wenku365.com 网站版权所有   聚力网络工作室

    经营许可证编号:鄂ICP备17008239号-1 

    收起
    展开