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2010 年6月19日大学英语四级真题

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  2010 年6 月19 日大学英语四级真题

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  2010 年6 月19 日大学英语四级(CET-4)考试

  全真试题(2010 年6 月19 日)

  Part I Writing (30 minutes)

  注意:此部分试题在答题卡1 上。

  Directions: For this part, you are allowed 30 minutes to write a short essay on the topic of Due

  Attention Should Be Given To Spelling. You should write at least 120 words following

  the outline given below:

  1. 如今不少学生在英语学习中不重视拼写

  2. 出现这种情况的原因

  3. 为了改变这种状况,我认为…

2010 年6 月19 日大学英语四级真题

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  Part II Reading Comprehension (Skimming and Scanning) (15 minutes)

  Directions: In this part, you will have 15 minutes to go over the passage quickly and answer the

  questions on Answer Sheet 1. For questions 1-7, choose the best answer from the

  four choices marked A), B), C) and D). For questions 8-10, complete the sentences

  with the information given in the passage.

  Caught in the Web

  A few months ago, it wasn't unusual for 47-year-old Carla Toebe to spend 15 hours per day

  online. She'd wake up early, turn on her laptop and chat on Internet dating sites and

  instant-messaging programs – leaving her bed for only brief intervals. Her household bills piled up,

  along with the dishes and dirty laundry, but it took near-constant complaints from her four daughters

  before she realized she had a problem.

  "I was starting to feel like my whole world was falling apart – kind of slipping into a

  depression," said Carla. "I knew that if I didn't get off the dating sites, I'd just keep going,"

  detaching (使脱离) herself further from the outside world.

  Toebe's conclusion: She felt like she was "addicted" to the Internet. She's not alone.

  Concern about excessive Internet use isn't new. As far back as 1995, articles in medical

  journals and the establishment of a Pennsylvania treatment center for overusers generated interest in

  the subject. There's still no consensus on how much time online constitutes too much or whether

  addiction is possible.

  But as reliance on the Web grows, there are signs that the question is getting more serious

  attention: Last month, a study published in CNS Spectrums claimed to be the first large-scale look at

  excessive Internet use. The American Psychiatric Association may consider listing Internet addiction

  in the next edition of its diagnostic manual. And scores of online discussion boards have popped up

  on which people discuss negative experiences tied to too much time on the Web.

  "There's no question that there're people who're seriously in trouble because they're overdoing

  their Internet involvement," said psychiatrist (精神科医生) Ivan Goldberg. Goldberg calls the

  problem a disorder rather than a true addiction.

  Jonathan Bishop, a researcher in Wales specializing in online communities, is more skeptical.

  "The Internet is an environment," he said. "You can't be addicted to the environment." Bishop

  describes the problem as simply a matter of priorities, which can be solved by encouraging people

  to prioritize other life goals and plans in place of time spent online.

  The new CNS Spectrums study was based on results of a nationwide telephone survey of more

  than 2,500 adults. Like the 2005 survey, this one was conducted by Stanford University researchers.

  About 6% of respondents reported that "their relationships suffered because of excessive Internet

  use." About 9% attempted to conceal "nonessential Internet use," and nearly 4% reported feeling

  "preoccupied by the Internet when offline."

  About 8% said they used the Internet as a way to escape problems, and almost 14% reported

  they "found it hard to stay away from the Internet for several days at a time."

  "The Internet problem is still in its infancy," said Elias Aboujaoude, a Stanford professor. No

  single online activity is to blame for excessive use, he said. "They're online in chat rooms, checking

  e-mail, or writing blogs. [The problem is] not limited to porn (色情) or gambling" websites.

  Excessive Internet use should be defined not by the number of hours spent online but "in terms

  of losses," said Maressa Orzack, a Harvard University professor. "If it's a loss [where] you're not

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