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2018高级管理人员工商管理硕士(EMBA):英语(二)考前冲刺5套卷(新大纲版)
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作 者:中公教育研究生考试研究院
出版社:世界图书出版公司
出版时间:20171001
版 次:1
装 帧:袋装
开  本:16开
ISBN:9787519220396
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    《中公版·2018高级管理人员工商管理硕士(EMBA):英语(二)考前冲刺5套卷(新大纲版)》英语(二)考试主要是为高等院校和科研院所招收专业学位硕士研究生而设置的具有选拔性的招生考试科目。其目的是科学、公平、有效地测试考生对英语语言的运用能力,评价的标准是高等学校非英语专业本科毕业生所能达到的及格或及格以上水平,以保证被录取者具有一定的英语水平,并有利于各高等院校和科研院所在专业上择优选拔。
考研英语(二)满分为100分,考试时间为180分钟,内容包括四个部分:英语知识运用(10分),阅读理解(50分),英译汉(15分)和写作(25分)。
本书为参加2018年高级管理人员工商管理硕士的考生量身定做,也适用于参加考研英语(二)的学生。本书包括五套考前冲刺卷与赠品“考研英语(二)试题答题卡”。此外,登录中公移动自习室可找到考研英语(二)各题型的考点分析与答案攻略。

  目录

2018年全国硕士研究生招生考试英语(二)考前冲刺试卷1
2018年全国硕士研究生招生考试英语(二)考前冲刺试卷2
2018年全国硕士研究生招生考试英语(二)考前冲刺试卷3
2018年全国硕士研究生招生考试英语(二)考前冲刺试卷4
2018年全国硕士研究生招生考试英语(二)考前冲刺试卷5
赠品:考研英语(二)试题答题卡

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    《中公版·2018高级管理人员工商管理硕士(EMBA):英语(二)考前冲刺5套卷(新大纲版)》是由中公教育研究生考试研究院编写,本书的主要特色如下:
1.紧跟命题规律 掌握考试脉搏
本书中的5套卷严格依据2018年研究生招生考试大纲编写而成,其题型、题量、命制特点及试题难度,均依据考研英语(二)改革后的历年真题以及大纲全新研发,有助于考生在短时间内把握命题规律,掌握考试脉搏。
2.依据真题特点 取材热门报刊杂志
本书的五套冲刺试卷文章依据考研英语(二)历年真题取材特点及规律命制,均取自历年真题题源,涵盖《经济学人》《纽约时报》《卫报》等原版外文报刊,其题材涉及科技、经济、文化等领域的当下热点话题。如:科技类包括人工智能的恶意软件将会导致新的数字军备竞赛,经济类包括人们纷纷退出餐饮现象的原因,文化类包括美国教育改革家通过慈善事业不断影响教育的现象等。考生可通过练习不同类型的文章,在扩大自己知识面的同时积累相关热门题材,做到考前不乱,临阵不慌。
3.点拨作答技巧 还原真实考场
5套冲刺试卷均附有答案速查、总体分析、试题详解、重点词汇和短语及全文翻译等板块。考生不仅可以快速核对答案、进行自我测评,还可以通过答案的思路点拨,总结做题方法,灵活运用试卷提供的解题技巧,让自己事半功倍。此外,本书还赠送了答题卡,考生可提前感受身临其境的氛围。

 

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  2018年全国硕士研究生招生考试英语(二)
  考前冲刺试卷1
  Section I Use of English
  Directions:
  Read the following text. Choose the best word(s) for each numbered blank and mark A, B, C or D on the ANSWER SHEET. (10 points)
  Despite your best intentions and efforts, it is inevitable: At some point in your life, you will be 1 . Mistakes can be hard to digest, so sometimes we 2 down rather than face them. Our confirmation bias kicks in, causing us to seek out 3 to prove what we already believe.
  Psychologists call this cognitive dissonance—the stress we experience when we hold two 4 thoughts, beliefs, opinions or attitudes. For example, you might believe you are a kind and fair person, so when you 5 cut someone off, you experience 6 .
  “Cognitive dissonance is what we feel when the self-concept—I’m smart, I’m kind, I’m convinced this belief is true—is 7 by evidence that we did something that wasn’t smart, that we did something that 8 another person, that the belief isn’t true” said Carol Tavris, a co-author of the book Mistakes Were Made (But Not by Me).
  When we 9 for being wrong, we have to accept this dissonance, and that is unpleasant. On the other hand, research has shown that it can feel good to stick to our 10 . One study, published in the European Journal of Social Psychology, found that people who refused to apologize after a mistake had more 11 and felt more in control and 12 than those who did not 13 .
   14 how exactly do you change your behavior and learn to embrace your mistakes? The first step is to 15 cognitive dissonance in action. Your mind will go to great 16 to preserve your sense of identity, so it helps to be aware of what that dissonance feels like. Typically, it 17 as confusion, stress, embarrassment or guilt. Those feelings do not 18 mean you are in the wrong, but you can at least use them as reminders to explore the situation from an impartial perspective and
   19 question whether you are at fault. Similarly, learn to recognize your usual justifications and rationalizations. Think of a time you were wrong and knew it, but tried to justify it instead. Remember how it felt to 20 your behavior and pinpoint that feeling as cognitive dissonance the next time it happens.
   1. [A] mistaken [B] wrong [C] down [D] upset
   2. [A] double [B] fall [C] kneel [D] get
   3. [A] reasons [B] materials [C] evidence [D] law
   4. [A] related [B] contradictory [C] significant [D] impartial
   5. [A] rudely [B] carelessly [C] occasionally [D] hardly
   6. [A] frustration [B] dismay [C] setback [D] dissonance
   7. [A] proved [B] encouraged [C] threatened [D] supported
   8. [A] hurt [B] benefited [C] favored [D] assisted
   9. [A] admit [B] apologize [C] account [D] pay
   10. [A] concepts [B] ideas [C] guns [D] beliefs
   11. [A] self-esteem [B] confidence [C] fears [D] consideration
   12. [A] optimistic [B] powerful [C] dependable [D] aggressive
   13. [A] refuse [B] respond [C] react [D] realize
   14. [A] Because [B] So [C] But [D] Still
   15. [A] recognize [B] admit [C] avoid [D] put
   16. [A] strength [B] lengths [C] power [D] effort
   17. [A] manifests [B] acts [C] takes [D] regards
   18. [A] often [B] necessarily [C] usually [D] frequently
   19. [A] carefully [B] sincerely [C] objectively [D] frankly
   20. [A] rationalize [B] balance [C] correct [D] accept
  

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