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第一部分 行測

根據題目要求,在四個選項中選出一個最恰當的答案。

根據下列資料,回答問題。
某年1-10月,全國商品房銷售面積4.5億,同比下降16.5%。其中,商品住宅銷售面積下降17.0%,商品房銷售額17590億元,同比下降17.4%。其中,商品住宅銷售額下降18.2%。截至10月末,全國商品房空置面積1.33億平方米,同比增長13.1%,增幅比1-9月提高2.9個百分點。其中,空置商品住宅6835萬平方米,同比增長18%,增幅比1-9月提高3.9個百分點。以下是各地區具體商品房銷售情況。

根據下列資料,回答問題。
去年全年糧食種植面積10987萬公頃,比上年增加89萬公頃;棉花種植面積485萬公頃,減少10萬公頃;油料種植面積1379萬公頃,增加32萬公頃;糖料種植面積192萬公頃,增加3萬公頃。全年糧食產量54641萬噸,比上年增加1559萬噸,增長2.9%。其中,夏糧產量12310萬噸,減產0.3%,早稻產量3132萬噸,減產6.1%,秋糧產量39199萬噸,增產4.8%。

第二部分 綜合知識

本部分包括表達與理解兩方面的內容,根據題目要求在四個選項中選出一個最恰當的答案。

第三部分 英語

在這部分試題中,每道試題呈現一段表述數字關系的文字,要求你迅速、準確的計算出答案。

Passage 1
        Recordings of angry bees are enough to send big, tough African elephants running away, a new study says. Beehives — either recorded or real — may even prevent elephants from damaging farmer’s crops.
In 2002, scientist Lucy King and her team found that elephants avoid certain trees with bees living in them. Today, Lucy wants to see if African honeybees might discourage elephants from eating crops. But before she asked farmer to go to the trouble of setting up beehives on their farms, she needed to find out if the bees would scare elephants away.
        Lucy found a wild beehive inside a tree in northern Kenya and set up a recorder. Then she threw a stone into the beehive, which burst into life. Lucy and her assistant hid in their car until the angry bees had calmed down. Next, Lucy searched out elephant families in Samburu National Reserve in northern Kenya and put a speaker in a close to each family.
        From a distance, Lucy switched on the pre-recorded sound of angry bees while at the same time recording the elephants with a video camera. Half the elephant groups left the area within ten seconds. Out of a total of 17 groups, only one group ignored the sound of the angry bees. Lucy reported that all the young elephants immediately ran to their mothers to hide under them. When Lucy played the sound of a waterfall instead of the angry bees to many of the same elephant families, the animals were undisturbed. Even after four minutes, most of the groups stayed in one place.
        Lucy is now studying whether the elephants will continue to avoid the sound of angry bees after hearing it several times. She hasn’t tested enough groups yet to know, but her initial results were promising enough to begin trials with farmers. She has now begun placing speakers in the fields to see if elephants are frightened away.

Passage 2
        Peek into the bank branches and you won’t see many bankers.
        In the recent years, banks continue to shutter their satellites and turn to other means to perform the services once done at the branches.
        Community-level banking, particularly from large institutions, becomes more cost efficient and less personal. Where there once stood smiling tellers at windows there now will be, under at least one scenario, equally pleasant robots programmed to do their customers’ bidding.
        Once inside, customers can sit in front of a screen where they can connect remotely with a real person to apply for loans or conduct other business.
        There’s a separate seating area where customers can interact with a very human-like robot to perform transactions such as balance transfers, deposits and withdrawals. Should the user get frustrated with the robot, software can detect a problem and switch the customer over to a real person.

Passage 3
Are you suffering from RAGWEED ALLERGIES?         Are you one of those people who suffer from sneezing, runny, itchy noses, red, watery, itchy eyes during the latter part of the summer months?
        The Research Institute of Ragweed Allergies is currently conducting a study and is asking volunteers to participate in testing an experimental drug.
        Those who pass the qualification procedure will receive compensation for his/her part in contributing to the study.
        Call: 905-629-3333 (ext. 1) or Toll free: 1-800-RIRA-5544
        E-mail: volunteer @researchinstitute-ragweed.com
        Regular hours of operation: Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
        Saturday: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
        Research Institute of RA
        4520 Dixie Rd in Missisauga
        2 blocks south of Eglington Ave.
        www.researchinstitute-ragweed.com

Passage 4
        The Shanghai Technical Supervision Bureau recently released the results of a sample survey of 486 Model computers being sold in the city’s markets. The survey revealed that nine of 14 types, or 64 percent of imported brand-name computers fulfilled the standards.
        A large number of the low-quality “foreign” computers which were marketed as world-famous brands were actually counterfeited shoddy products lacking the necessary information such as registered trademarks, factory of origin, quality certifications and safety indices.
        In addition, a survey of Shanghai footwear markets conducted by the Bureau on 30-odd occasions since early this year indicated various brands of “foreign shoes”, including Nike and Puma, were low-quality counterfeited goods. The allegedly world-famous brands, priced between 300-500 Yuan per pair, were actually worth only 40-60 Yuan.
        An official from the China Consumer Association pointed to the following complaints concerning “foreign goods”: Quality problems related to individual commodities have developed into a universal problem directly relate to batch shipments of commodities. It is thus quite obvious that the crackdown on counterfeit shoddy foreign goods is a task requiring the utmost immediacy.
        The appearance of shoddy counterfeit foreign goods has adversely affected the normal operations of China’s real foreign-goods markets, has greatly harmed the interests of consumers and resulted in substantial losses in state tax revenue. Officials have pointed out that the key to cracking down on counterfeit foreign goods is to attack illegal acts related to selling sham (虛假的) foreign goods at the prices applicable for authentic products.
        Officials recommend that commodity inspection, technical supervision and industrial and commercial departments should strengthen law enforcement efforts, increase the frequency, of inspections, and eliminate the sources of sham foreign goods.
        Enterprises producing and marketing sham foreign goods should be subject to severe punishment, with all cases referred to the judicial departments for adjudication, and public supervision should be intensified.
        Consumers, on the other hand, should make every effort to constantly enhance their ability to discern counterfeit foreign goods, and should refrain from blindly purchasing such products simply because of their low price.

Passage 4
        Even in traditional offices, “the lingua franca of corporate America has gotten much more emotional and much more right-brained than it was 20 years ago,” said Harvard Business School professor Nancy Koehn. She started spinning off examples. “If you and I parachuted back to Fortune 500 companies in 1990, we would see much less frequent use of terms like journey, mission, passion. There were goals, there were strategies, there were objectives, but we didn’t talk about energy; we didn’t talk about passion.”
        Koehn pointed out that this new era of corporate vocabulary is very “team”-oriented — and not by coincidence. “Let’s not forget sports — in male-dominated corporate America, it’s still a big deal. It’s not explicitly conscious; it’s the idea that I’m a coach, and you’re my team, and we’re in this together. There are lots and lots of CEOs in very different companies, but most think of themselves as coaches and this is their team and they want to win.”
        These terms are also intended to infuse work with meaning — and, as Rakesh Khurana, another professor, points out, increase allegiance to the firm. “You have the importation of terminology that historically used to be associated with non-profit organizations and religious organizations: terms like vision, values, passion, and purpose,” said Khurana.
        This new focus on personal fulfillment can help keep employees motivated amid increasingly loud debates over work-life balance. The “mommy wars” of the 1990s are still going on today, prompting arguments about why women still can’t have it all and books like Sheryl Sandberg’s Lean In, whose title has become a buzzword in its own right. Terms like unplug, offline, life-hack, bandwidth, and capacity are all about setting boundaries between the office and the home. But if your work is your “passion,” you’ll be more likely to devote yourself to it, even if that means going home for dinner and then working long after the kids are in bed.
        But this seems to be the irony of office speak: Everyone makes fun of it, but managers love it, companies depend on it, and regular people willingly absorb it. As a linguist once said, “You can get people to think it’s nonsense at the same time that you buy into it.” In a workplace that’s fundamentally indifferent to your life and its meaning, office speak can help you figure out how you relate to your work — and how your work defines who you are.

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