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2010年专八真题听写参考答案(爱思网友版)

1 tones of voice

2 huskiness

3 universal signal;

4 thought or uncertainty

5 indifference

6 honesty

7 distance;

8 situation;

9 mood;

10 unconsciously same posture

2010年专八真题听力参考答案(爱思郑家顺版)

1. C  2. A  3. D  4. A  5. C

6. B  7.C   8. D  9. D 10. A

2010年专八真题阅读参考答案(爱思郑家顺版)

11.A 12.C 13.B 14.A 15.D

16.C 17.C 18.A 19.D 20.B

21. A 22.B 23. B 24.B 25.C

26.A  27.D 28.D 29.A 30.C

2010年专八真题改错参考答案(爱思网友版)

1 be后插入 as;

2 their改为its;

3 There改为It;

4 Whereas改为But

5 further 改为much
6 come
改为bring;

7 similar改为different;

8 will改为would;

9 as important去掉as;

10 the part去掉the

2010年专八真题人文知识参考答案(爱思郑家顺版)

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2010年专八真题英译汉参考答案(爱思网友版)


我想那是五月的一个周日的早晨;那天是复活节,一个大清早上。我站在自家小屋的门口。就在我的面前展现出了那么一番景色,从我那个位置其实能够尽收眼底,可是梦里的感觉往往如此,由于梦幻的力量,这番景象显得超凡出尘,一派肃穆气象。群山形状相同,其山脚下都有着同样可爱的山谷;不过群山挺然参天,高于阿尔卑斯峰,诸山相距空旷,丰草如茵,林地开阔,错落其间; 树篱上的白玫瑰娟娟弥望;远近看不见任何生物,唯有苍翠的教堂庭院里,牛群静静地卧躺在那片郁郁葱葱的墓地歇息,好几头围绕着一个小孩的坟墓。我曾对她一腔柔情,那年夏天是在旭日东升的前一刻,那孩子死去了,我如同当年那样望着牛群。

2010年专八真题作文参考答案(爱思网友版)

Recently there is a hot debate on a report that a foreign design company invited by a little-known mountainous area in Guiyang provided a design without paying too much attention to the city’s unique characteristics. Some people appreciate the bold innovation of the design but others do not like it. In my opinion, any urban design should take the city’s original cultural heritage into account. The designers should suit their design to local conditions and try to take advantage of the local resources.

First, a city’s regional characteristics or local cultural heritage are its symbol, its identity. In a mountainous area, too many unconventional, super-futuristic buildings will not be compatible with the city’s landscapes. Without these landscapes, it is just another so called modern city composed of concrete and steel. Take Beijing for example. In the past few years, Beijing has been removing a large number of such alleys traditionally called hutong, in order to make it become a real international city. But without these hutongs can this city still be called Beijing, an ancient capital? The disappearance of hutongs means the disappearance of a period of history, a cordial lifestyle, and even the disappearance of Beijing itself. Then Beijing will lose its uniqueness.

Second, it can help a city save a lot of money by suiting the design to local conditions and try to take advantage of the local resources. This is especially important to small cities, like this one in a mountainous area near Guiyang. We all know Guiyang is a developing city, not very rich. Unconventional, super-futuristic buildings mean large need of money input. Then more burdens may be added to this city, which will run counter to the city’s original purpose of developing itself. Instead, if connections between a city’s culture and the various urban sectors, including housing, infrastructure and governance, are well made, the maximum economic benefits will be achieved.

Besides, the modernization should be a gradual process. More haste, less speed. Nonetheless, it should not be overlooked that the shortcomings of futuristic-style constructing outweigh its advantages brought.

In conclusion, any urban design should take the city’s original cultural heritage into account. The designers should suit their design to local conditions and try to take advantage of the local resources. A scientific city design should be dependent on the city’s regional characteristics, on a case-by-case basis.