2023年 12月 23日

24考研政治鸭题四套卷马原有些选择题共享…来自考研政治徐之明…(24考研政治预测)

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??22考研现已结束信赖不少同学现已刻不容缓的想要初步对答案了,下面就放出22考研英语回想以及答案,赶忙对起来吧!

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《2022考研英语一真题+答案》

《2022考研英语二真题+答案》

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考研英语一参阅答案

完形填空原文

section i use of english??

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directions: read the following text. choose the best word(s) for each numbered blank and mark a, b, c or d on answer sheet 1. (10 points)?

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the idea that plants have some degree of consciousness first took root in the early 2000s; ?the term “plant neurobiology” was __1__ around the notion that some aspects of plan ?behavior could be __2__ to intelligence in animals. __3__ plants lack brains, the firing of ?electrical signals in their stems and leaves nonetheless triggered responses that __4__ ?consciousness, researchers previously reported. but such an idea is untrue, according to a new opinion article. plant biology is complex ?and fascinating, but it __5__ so greatly from that of animals that so-called __6__ of plants’ ?intelligence is inconclusive, the authors wrote. beginning in 2006, some scientists have __7__ that plants possess neuron-like cells that ?interact with hormones and neurotransmitters, __8__ “a plant nervous system, __9__ to that ?in animals,” said lead study author lincoln taiz, “they __10__ claimed that plants have ?’brain-like command centers’ at their root tips.” this __11__ makes sense if yon simplify the workings of a complex brain, __12__ it to an ?array of electrical pulses; cells in plants also communicate through electrical signals. __13__, ?the signaling in a plant is only __14__ similar to the firing in a complex animal brain, which is ?more than “a mass of cells that communicate by electricity.” taiz said. “for consciousness to evolve, a brain with a threshold __15__ of complexity and ?capacity is required,” he __16__. “since plants don’t have nervous systems, the __17__ that ?they have consciousness are effectively zero.” and what’s so great about consciousness, anyway? plants can’t run away from __18__,so investing energy in a body system which __19__ a threat and can feel pain would be a very __20__ evolutionary strategy, according to the article.

完形填空答案

1. a. coined (was coined around the notion that)

2. c. compared (could be compared to intelligence in)

3. d. though (though plants lack brains)

4. c. hinted at (that hinted at consciousness)

5. d. differs (but it differs so greatly from)

6. b. evidence (so-called evidence of plants’)

7. c. argued (some scientists have argued that)

8. b. forming (forming “a plant nervous system)

9. a. analogous (analogous to that in animals)

10. d. even (they even claimed that plants)

11. c. perspective (this perspective makes sense if)

12. b. reducing (reducing it to an array of electrical)

13. a. however (however, the signaling in a plant)

14. c. superficially (is only superficially similar to)

15. b. level (with a threshold level of complexity)

16. d. added (capacity is required,” he added.)

17. a. chances (the chances that they have conscious)

18. a. danger (plants can’t run away from danger)

19. d. recognizes (which recognizes a threat)

20. b. poor (a very poor evolutionary strategy

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考研英语—阅览了解参阅答案

part a text 1

(people often complain that plastics are too durable.)

21. according to paragraph 1, museums are faced with?

difficulties in.

a. maintaining their plastic items

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22. van oosten believes that certain plastic objects are

b. improperly shaped

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23. museums stopped exhibiting some of gilardi’s?

artworks to.

d. prevent them from further damage

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24. the author thinks that preservation of plastics is

d. challenging

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25. in ferreira’s opinion, preservation of plastic artifacts

b. has profound historical significance

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part a text2

(as the latest crop of students pen their undergraduate)

26. the author suggests that generation z should

c. reassess the necessity of college education

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27. the percentage of uk graduates in non-graduate?

roles reflect.

b. the shrinking value of a degree

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28. the author considers it a good sign that.

c. employers are taking a realistic attitude to?

degrees

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29. it is advised in paragraph 5 that those with one?

degree should.

d. further their studies in a specific field

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30. what can be concluded about generation z from the?

last two paragraphs?

a. lifelong learning will define them.

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part a text3

(enlightening, challenging, stimulating, fun.)

31. according to paragraph 1, art-science collaborations?

have.

b. received favorable responses

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32. the reworked version of the four seasons is?

mentioned to show that.

a. art can offer audiences easy access to science?

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33. some artists seem to worry about in the art-science?

partnership.

a. their role may be underestimated?

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34. what does the author say about cavs?

b. it exemplified valuable art-science alliances.

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35. in the last paragraph, the author holds that

art-science collaborations.

c. should do more than communicating science

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part a text 4

(the personal grievance provisions of new zealand’s?

employment)

36. the personal grievance provisions of the era are?

intended to.

d. protect the rights of ordinary workers

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37. it can be learned from paragraph 3 that the provisions?

may.

a. hinder business development

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38. which of the following measures would be the?

productivity commission support?

d. dismissing poorly performing managers.

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39. what might be an effect of era’s unjustified dismissal?

procedures?

b. employees suffer from salary cuts.

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40. it can be inferred that the “high-income threshold” in?

australia.

c. is beneficial to business owners

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partb

41. [f] zoos should have been closed down as they?

prioritize money making over animals’ wellbeing.

(期间首句:teri byrd: i was a zoo and wildlife park

employee …)

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42. [c] while animals in captivity deserve sympathy, zoos?

play a significant role in starting young people down?

the path of related sciences.

(期间首句:karen r. sime: as a zoology professor, i

agree with…)

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43. [a] zoos which spare no effort to take care of animals?

should not be subjected to unfair criticism.

(期间首句:gerg newberry: emma marris’ articles is

an insult…)

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44. [d] zoos save people trips to wilderness areas and?

thus contribute to wildlife conservation.

(期间首句:dean galles: as a fellow environmentalist

animal-protection advocate…)

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45. [g] marris distorts our findings which actually prove?

that zoos serve as an indispensable link between?

man and nature.

(期间首句:john fraser: emma marris selectively

describes and misrepresents…)

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partc 英译汉

46. it was also, and this is unknown even to many people?

well read about the period, a battle between those?

who made codes and those who broke them.

【参阅译文】这也是一场在拟定和损坏密码的人之间展?

开的战争,这甚至对那些熟知这一时期的来说都是不知道?

的。

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47. it listed many documents in code that had been?

captured from the french army of spain, and whose?

scerets had been revealed by the work of one?

george scoveil, an officer in british headquarters.?

【参阅译文】它列出了许多从西班牙法军缉获的密码文?

件,这些文件的隐秘是由英国总部的一位军官乔治?斯?

科维尔戳穿出来。

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48. he could not analyze carefully what this obscure?

officer may or may not have contributed to that great?

struggle between nations or indeed tell us anything?

much about the man himself.

【参阅译文】他无法细心分析这个无名军官是不是促进了?

那场国家间的巨大斗争,也无法切当地告诉咱们关于这

自个自己的任何作业。

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49. there may have been many spies and intelligence?

officers during the napoleonic wars, but it is usually?

extremely difficult to find the material they actually?

provided or worked on.

【参阅译文】拿破仑战争时刻可以有许多间谍和情报官?

员,但一般很难找到他们实践供给或从事的材料。

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50. just as the code breaking has its wider relevance in?

the struggle for spain, so his attempts to make his?

way up the promotion ladder speak volumes about?

british society.

【参阅译文】正如破译密码在西班牙的斗争中有着更广?

泛的意义相同,他企图爬上提升阶梯的尽力也充分阐明?

了英国社会的情况。

考研英语——写作试题

part a

小作文

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51. directions:

write an e-mail to a professor at a british university,?

inviting him/him to organize a team for international?

innovation contest to be held at your university.

you should write about 100 words on the answer?

sheet.

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do not use your own name in the email; use “li?

ming” instead. (10 points)

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partb

小作文

52. directions:

write an essay of 160-200 words based on the?

pictures below. in your essay, you should

1) describe the pictures briefly,

2) interpret the implied meaning, and

3) give your comments.

write your answer on the answer sheet. (20?

points)

以上一切答案仅供参阅具体以官方答案为主?

22考研英语(二)真题及答案

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下面一同来看看有些考题:

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section i use of english

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section ii reading comprehension

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part a

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part b

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section iii translation

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although we try our best, sometimes our paintings

rarely tun out as originally planned. changes in the 1ight, the limitations of your painting materials, and the lack of experience and technique mean that what you start out trying to achieve may not come to 1ife the way that you expected.……………………

section iv writing

part a?

47. directions :suppose you are planning a campus food festival. write an e-mail to the

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international students in your university to1) introduce the food festival, and2) invite them to participate.you should write about 100 words on the answer sheet.do not use your own name in the email. use li ming” instead. (10points)

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part b

48. directions:write an essay based on the following chart. in your writing, you should

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1)interpret the chart,

2) give your comments.

you should write about 150 words on the answer sheet. (15 points)

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2021-2022我国快递事务质改变情况(单位:10亿/年)

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