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2018年6月英语六级作文


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2018年6月英语六级阅读理解


Part A 选词填空解析

【评述】

本次六级考试该部分文章及题目的难度中等,和最近几次六级考试该题型难度持平。按照以往观点,选词填空一向存在难度大,得分低的状况。这类题型最困难的部分往往在于一开始选填单词词性的界定,另外一点就是考生所剩无几的答题时间。


因为难度相对较高高、分值相对较低,很多六级考生对选词填空这一题型采取了“放弃”战术。但是想过六级的同学请注意,没有任何一分甚至0.5分可以轻易放弃。


选词填空解题的核心在于:划分词性。这一步做得好的话,事半功倍;做不好的话,事倍功半。按照我们上课总结的后缀分类,这个问题应该可以轻松解决。划分词性后,根据每个空格前后的语境,确定空格处的词性和形式;然后采用“先易后难,逐个击破”的策略。

 

【第一套题】

When Elon Musk says that his new priority is using artificial intelligence to build domestic robots, we should look forward to the day in admiration.

Mr. Musk is a guy who gets things done. The founder of two tech companies, Tesla Motors and SpaceX, is bringing electric vehicles to mass market and26humans to live on other planets. This sounds like so much hot air, but the near $13 billion fortune this entrepreneur has 27 comes from practical achievements rather than hypothetical ones.

A lot of clever people are 28 about artificial intelligence, fearing that robots will one day become so 29 that they’ll murder all of us. These fears are mostly 30 : as with hysteria about genetic modification, we humans are generally wise enough to manage these problems with speed and care.

And just think of how wonderful it would be if you had a live-in robot. It could, 31 , be like having a babysitter and a nurse rolled into one--or, if that required 32 intelligence beyond the power of Mr. Musk’s imagined machine, at least someone to chop the carrots, wash the car and mow the lawn. Once purchased and trained, this would allow the 33 user to save money and time, freeing up 34 space in our busy lives to read a good book.

That is why we welcome Mr. Musk’s latest 35 , and wish him well. As long as robots add to the sum of human happiness, reduce suffering, and create time to read world-class journalism, we should be their fans. Especially since journalism is one job robots will never do.

参考答案

26. 【D】 enabling

根据上下文语法结构,此处应填动词现在分词的形式;根据文意,应选择enabling。

27. 【A】 amassed

根据上下文语法结构,此处应填动词的过去分词形式;根据文意选amassed, amass是“积累”之意。

28. 【N】terrified

由上下文语境可知,主系表结构,该空应填形容词;根据文意选terrified。

29.【L】smart

由上下文语境可知,该处应该填形容词或副词。由文意可知该处填smart。

30. 【F】 exaggerated

本空所填内容要修饰fears,根据之后的意思:所以这种恐惧是“过于渲染的,夸张的”,故选择exaggerated.

31. 【E】eventually

由上下文语境可知,两个逗号之间,只能选副词。副词选项只剩下eventually,且符合文意。

32. 【C】 emotional

由上下文语境可知,本空修饰名词intellegence,故填形容词;根据文意,选择emotional。

33. 【B】 casual

由上下文语境可知,本空修饰名词user,故填形容词;根据文意,选择casual。

34. 【J】precious

由上下文语境可知,本空修饰名词space,故填形容词;根据文意,选择因此选precious, “宝贵的空间”。

35.【O】venture

由上下文语境可知,本空填名词;根据文意,Musk所做的事情是一种商业尝试,故名词选项中的venture“冒险”为正确答案。

 

【第二套题】

Did Sarah Josepha Hale write “Mary’s Little Lamb,” the eternal nursery rhyme (儿歌) about girl named Mary with a stubborn lamb?……

(本篇选词填空原文来自网站SMITHSONIAN.COM 2016年5月24日的文章Five Fascinating Details About the Media Mogul Who May Have Written “Mary Had a Little Lamb”)

参考答案:

26.【K】reputed

27.【C】characters

28.【M】supposed 

29.【E】fierce 

30.【H】obsessed

31.【A】campaign

32.【N】traditional

33.【I】proclamation

34.【F】inspired

35.【L】rest


Part B段落信息匹配解析

【评述】

此次六级考试的几篇长文章阅读,难度基本稳定且与近年历次考试保持持平,可见中国英语考试在标准化程度上有所进步。


六级长篇阅读与四级相比,难度提升主要体现在同义改写上,即选项对原文的改写程度越来越高。针对以上趋势,我们在新东方的课堂上已经提出了解决方案:

  1. 先看题干,再看原文;

  2. 寻找题干中最独特的信息;

  3. 解题节奏:3题-3题-4题;

  4. 先易后难,连连看;

 

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【第一套题】

Peer Pressure Has a Positive Side

36. It is thought probable that the human brain is particularly good at picking-up socially important information.

参考答案:

【H】Matthew D. Lieberman, a social cognitive neuroscientist at the…

37. It can be concluded from experiment that the presence of peers increases risk-taking by adolescents and youth.

参考答案:

【C】Older adolescents scored about 50 percent higher on an index of risky driving…

38. Students should be told that risk ??classroom can be something positive.

参考答案:

【L】And although anxious parents may not welcome the notion….

39. The ??? a mate and getting married accounts for adolescents’ greater attention to social interactions.

参考答案:

【J】If humans are generally geared to recall details about one another….

40. According to Steinberg, the presence of peers increases the speed and effectiveness of teenagers’ leaning.

参考答案:

【G】The results: Teens who played the Iowa Gambling Task under….

41. Teenagers’ parents are often concerned ?? negative peer influence.

参考答案:

【A】Parents of teenagers often view their children's friends with something…

42.advancing the ??? network involved in socially motivated learning and memory may allow ?? to a tap unused mental powers.

参考答案:

【I】The study also found that when subjects thought about….

43.The presence of peers intensifies the feeling of rewards in teen’s brain.

参考答案:

【F】The brains of teenagers, but not adults, showed greater activity in two regions associated….

44. When we absorb information for the purpose of imparting it to others, we do so with greater accuracy and depth.

参考答案:

【K】Yet our schools focus primarily on students as individual entities…

45.Some experts are suggesting that we turn peer influence to good use in education

参考答案:

【D】Yet in the years following the publication of this study…


【第二套题】

36. There are a couple of plants tough and adaptable enough to survive on bare rocky hills and in deserts.

参考答案:

【C】Extreme conditions produce extremely tough plants. In the rusty red deserts of South Africa, …

37. Farrant is trying to isolate genes in resurrection plants and reproduce them in crops.

参考答案:

【H】After completing her Ph.D. on seeds, Farrant began investigating whether it might be possible to isolate her properties that make most seeds so…

38. Farmers in South Africa are more at the mercy of nature, especially inconsistent rainfall.

参考答案:

【A】Farmers in South Africa are more at the mercy of nature…

39. Resurrection crops are most likely to be the choice of subsistence farmers.

参考答案:

【K】Resurrection crops are most likely to be the choice of ….

40. Even though many plants have developed carious tactics to cope with dry weather, they can’t survive a prolonged drought.

参考答案:

【E】The big difference between “drought-tolerant”plants and these tough plants: metabolism. Many different kinds of plants have…

41. Despite consumer resistance, researchers are pushing ahead with genetic modification of crops.

参考答案:

【I】Once Farrant and her colleagues feel they have a better sense of which switches to throw,…

42. Most seeds can pull through dry spells and begin growing when conditions are ripe, but once this process starts, it cannot be held back.

参考答案:

【G】What else can do this dry-out-and-revive trick? Seeds-almost all of them. At the start of…

43. Farrant is working hard to cultivate food crops that can survive extreme dryness by studying the traits of rare wild plants.

参考答案:

【B】Farrant is working hard to cultivated food crops that can…

44. By adjusting their metabolism, resurrection plants can recover from an extended period of drought.

参考答案:

【F】Resurrection plants, defined as those capable of recovering from holding less than 0.1 grams of water per gram of dry mass, are different. They lack…

45. Resurrection plants can come back to life in a short time after a rainfall.

参考答案:

【D】Farrant calls them resurrection plants. During months without water under a harsh sun

 

【第三套题】

In the real world, nobody cares that you went to an Ivy League school

文章概要:作者回忆她选择学校的过程,通过这个故事,作者提出了一个观点:去非名校也能够获得很多好处,更加经济,而且最终在就业的时候,没人在乎你来自于名校与否,而是在看你的潜力。

36. Modest institutions can also have successful graduates and strong alumni networks.

参考答案【J】

37. The money the author made in high school helped pay for her living expenses and books at college.

参考答案【G】

38. The author came to see how costly college education could be when she was trying to choose a university to attend.

参考答案【C】

39. A recent study found that a graduate’s salary is determined by their potential, not the university they attended.

参考答案【K】

40. The author cannot recall for sure what made certain top universities appear a lot better.

参考答案【B】

41. None of the author’s job interviewers cared which college she went to.

参考答案【H】

42. The author thinks she did the right thing in choosing a less prestigious university.

参考答案【N】

43. In order to be admitted to a prestigious university, the author took part in various extracurricular activities and attended test preparation courses.

参考答案【A】

44. The author liked her university which was not prestigious but less expensive.

参考答案【E】

45. Colleges are reluctant to admit that graduates today are in heavier debt.

参考答案【I】


Part C仔细阅读解析

【评述】

此次六级考试的几篇仔细阅读,难度较近年历次考试略高,与考研英语(二)比较接近,且话题与考研英语越来越一致。可见中国英语考试在标准化程度上有所进步,解题方法也由以往强调技巧,向考察学生的实际英语运用能力方面过度。考研的同学在复习英语的同时,可以用四六级进行热身练习,如果顺利过级,更是一举两得。

 

【第一套题】

Passage One 计算机与人工智能

46 Compared with human memory, machines can ______.

【A】identify human faces more efficiently

47 Why did researchers create Mega Face?

【C】To understand computers’ problems with facial recognition

48 What dose the passage say about machine accuracy?

【D】It decreases as the database size increases.

49. What is said to be a shortcoming of facial-recognition machines?

【A】They cannot easily tell apart people with near-identical appearances .

50.What is the difficulty confronting researchers of the facial- recognition machines?

【B】There do not exist public databases with sufficient face samples.

 

Passage Two美国大学生贷款上学

51. What does the author think of college students funding their education through loans?

【B】They are acting in an irrational way.

52. In the author’ s opinion, free college education is ______.

【A】impractical

53. What should students do if taxpayers are to bear their college costs?

【C】Choose majors that will serve society’s practical needs.

54. What does the author say about the value of a student’s college education?

【C】It is well reflected in their average starting salary.

55. What message does the author want to convey in the passage?

【D】College students should fund their own education.

 

【第二套题】

Passage One

Economically speaking, are we better off than we were ten years ago? Twenty years ago?...

46. What does the author think of the 2015 report by the Census Bureau?

【A】 It is based on questionable statistics.

47. What does the author say about the Jones-Klenow method?

【D】It is a more comprehensive measure of people’s economic well-being.

48. What do Jones and Klenow think of the comparison between France and the U.S. in terms of real consumption per person?

【C】It covered up the differences between individual citizens.

49. What is an advantage of the Jones-Klenow method?

【D】 It can compare a country’s economic conditions between different periods of time.

50. What can we infer from the passage about American people’s economic well-being?

【C】It has not improved as much as reported by the Census Bureau.

 

Passage Two

51.【A】They may become exhausted by making too many decisions for themselves

52.【C】Decision fatigue may prevent people making wise decisions.

53.【B】When they help others to make decisions.

54.【B】They refrain from trying anything new.

55.【A】 It is vital for one to reach the goal desired.


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