《外贸英语》模拟试卷1

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模拟试卷 1Part I:Multiple Choice(20 points, each 2 points)1.Contracts must renewed one week ___ __their expiration.A. on  B. against C. the moment of D. before2.The commodities you offered are__ __line with the business scope of our clients.A. outside B. out of C. out D. without3.We are arranging for an inspection tour of __ ___the material was processed.A. place B. the place C. where D. there4.We are reconsidering those trade terms_ ____might be adverse to the interest of ourprincipals.A. what B. that C. when D. where5.Information indicates that some similar goods of Indian origin have been sold here_____about 30% lower than yours.A. with a level B. at something C. at quotation D. with a figure6.As we are__ ___of there goods, please expedite shipment after receiving our L/C.A. in badly B. badly in need C. urgent in need D. in urgently need7.We give you on the attached sheet full details regarding packing and marking, which mustbe strictly__ ___.A. observed B. abide by C. submitted D. seen8.We_ ___to allow you a special discount if you increase your order to 5000 pains.A. have prepared B. are prepare C. are prepared D. were prepared9.The importance of delivery on time_ ______overstressed, because failure to receive goodsor services will cause serious inconvenience to the end-users.A. can B. be C. cannot be D. could be10.___ _____we would like to close the business with you, we find your bid unacceptable.A. Much B. However much C. Much as D. DespitePart II Match the sentence halves.(20 points, each 2 point)11. According to the latest report our consultantHas submitted, a) would you make a firm order?12. If I didn’t win so many deals, b) that they were not involved in choosing the topics. 13. In my opinion, there are two main c) attendance at retaining seminars is declining. 14. This is particularly true for seminars d) they’d do the same.15. Secondly, some employees seem unhappy e) reasons for this situation.16. If we were able to give you a larger discount, f) held on Mondays and Fridays. 17. In addition, the same employees haveSometimes expressed dissatisfaction g) at the way Jeffrey Hiley conducts the workshop. 18. Firstly, the timing is far from ideal, h) especially on Friday after a full working week.19. Perhaps if you offered them some concessions, i) my commission will decrease.20. Unless I win this deal, j) my commission would decrease.Part III Reading Comprehension(20 points, each 2 points)Passage OneQuestions 21 to 25 are based on the following passage. Investing thousands of pounds in the recruitment and training of each new graduate recruitmay be just the beginning. Choosing the wrong candidate may leave an organization payingfor years to come. 1 / 5 Few companies will have escaped all of the following failures: people who panic at the firstsign of stress; those with long, impressive qualifications who seem incapable of learning;hypochondriacs whose absentee record becomes astonishing; and the unstable person laterdiscovered to be a thief or worse.Less dramatic, but just as much a problem, is the person who simply does not come up toexpectations, who does not quite deliver; who never becomes a high-flyer or even a steadyperformer; the employee with a fine future behind them.The first point to bear in mind at the recruitment stage is that people don’t change.Intelligence levels decline modestly, but change little over their working life. The same is trueof abilities, such as learning languages and handling numbers.Most people like to think that personality can change, particularly the more negative featuressuch as anxiety, low esteem, impulsiveness or a lack of emotional warmth. But data collectedover 50 years gives a clear message: still stable after all these years. Extroverts becomeslightly less extroverted; the acutely shy appear a little less so, but the fundamentals remainmuch the same. Personal crises can affect the way we cope with things: we might take up ordrop drink, drugs, religion or relaxation techniques, which can have pretty dramatic effects.Skills can be improved, and new ones introduced, but at rather different rates. People can begroomed for a job. Just as politicians are carefully repackaged through dress, hairstyle andspeech specialists, so people can be sent on training courses, diplomas or experimentalweekends. But there is a cost to all this which may be more than the price of the course. Betterto select for what you actually see rather than attempt to change it.21. According to the article, which type of failure is not mentioned?A. people who panic B. hypochondriacsC. people with no qualifications D. people who don’t come up to expectations22. What does a fine future behind them (Para3) mean?A. Some people had potential when employed, but never realized that potential.B. Some people had a splendid future.C. Some people didn’t have a splendid future.D. Some people might have a splendid future earlier.23. How do people change during their working lives?A. change greatly B. change little C. change modestly D. hard to say24. What does personal crises (last paragraph) refer to?A. personal danger B. personal illness C. personal difficulties D. all of the above25. What advice does the article give to managers?A. Employers should select candidates for what they are rather than for their “potential”.B. Employers should select candidates for their “potential” rather than for what they are.C. Employers should select candidates with long, impressive qualifications.D. Employers should select candidates who are high-flyers. Passage TwoQuestions 26 to 30 are based on the following passage.  Even if you get work done and generally get along with co-workers, you could havehabits that bug your boss (not to mention your officemates). While these quirks may notnecessarily get you fired, they certainly can keep you from climbing the corporate ladder.We’ve uncovered a number of habits that bug your boss and offer tips on how to avoid them.  According to LaRhonda Edwards, a human resources manager with thirteen years of HRexperience, tardiness is one of the biggest concerns for managers. “If the normal work daystarts at 8 o’clock, then the expectation is that you’re in the office ready to start your day,” sheexplains. Her advice to the chronically late? “Plan ahead,” she urges. “If you live 50 minutes 2 / 5 away, you don’t leave 50 minutes early. Tag on extra time and anticipate road blocks.” Somepeople even set their clocks a few minutes early to ensure that they’re on time. Differentbosses prefer different modes of communication. Lindsey Pollak, a workplace expert andauthor of Getting from College to Career, says if you text your boss and she prefers in-personmeetings, “either your information won’t get across or you’ll irritate [her].” Fortunately,there’s a simple fix: ask your boss how and when to send updates. If you’re too shy to askoutright, then Pollak suggests observing how they communicate with you. “If you have a bosswho communicates once a day by email, that’s the boss’ preferred frequency and method ofcommunication,” explains Pollak.    A cluttered, messy work space can give your boss the impression that you’re lazy ordisorganized, so try to keep your desk neat. “Never put more on your desk than you’re goingto work on for the day,” recommends Edwards. “At the end of the day, make sure you set upfor the next day. I may be working on five things at once, but at the end of the day, they’regone, and I set up for the next day.” Most managers would rather you ask a question thanmake a mistake, but many questions can be answered on your own. “Is this something youcould Google or ask a colleague?” wonders Pollak. “The internet is so vast that a lot ofinformation you can get yourself.” If you must approach your boss with a question or issue,then Pollak recommends brainstorming beforehand. “Rather than saying ‘This client isterrible. What should I do?’ think about potential solutions,” she says.  Cell phones are practically ubiquitous in the workplace these days, but it’s still disruptiveand disrespectful when they go off during a meeting. Edwards says that you should, “put yourcell phone on vibrate or leave it in your own office so it’s not a distraction.” That way youwon’t be tempted to text either26. According to the article, how many pieces of advice are offered here?   A. Two B. Three C. Four D. Five27. What is this article about?  A. How to be successful in the workplace. B. How to communicate with your boss. C. How to avoid quirks that annoy your boss. D. How to utilize your mobile phones at work.28. What does the phrase “to get across” in the sentence “…she prefers in-person meetings,“either your information won’t get across or you’ll irritate …” of the second paragraph mean? A. To be communicated B. To be passed C. To be promoted D. To be anticipated29. According to the article, which of the following modes of communication is the best whencommunicating with your boss? A. Any ways you think are appropriate. B. In-person meetings. C. Correspondence. D. The way your boss communicates with you. 30. Which of the following statements is not mentioned? A. Employees should pay respect to their bosses anytime. B. Employees should plan beforehand so as to show up at work on time. C. Employees should not let their mobile phones go off during meetings. D. Employees should keep their desks neat and organized.Part IV Close.(20 points, each 2 points)It has become a commonplace to say that the world is changing at an ever-increasing pace.Companies today are faced with a stark choice: 31 or go under. For example, until quiterecently, companies typically tended to be hierarchical. They were built on a model whichachieved a high degree of control, but in which 32 of communication were few and slow. 3 / 5 Another disadvantage of this type of organization is that more junior 33 my not even knowwho the CEO is, or what goals the decision-makers are trying to achieve. In order to try andsolve this problem, may organizations have adopted a less 34 , more flexible businessculture in which frequent contact between the owner and the employees ensures that 35 isflowing smoothly.A second difficult choice for a company concerns the extent to which it should go global orremain 36 . Global operations allow maximum 37 of scales, while localization makes itpossible to 38 quickly to market changes and to reach all market 39 . In order to reducethe tension between global and local demands, many companies have adopted a “hub andspoke’ structure. They use several regional production and 40 “hubs” where neighboringmarkets are serviced from one single location.31. A. adopt B. market C. adapt D. research32. A. webs B. media C. roads D. channels 33. A. customers B. directors C. staff D. buyers 34. A. bureaucratic B. caring C. decentralized D. market-driven 35. A. information B. news C. speech D. interest 36. A. professional B. static C. local D. impersonal 37. A. production B. economies C. marketing D. savings 38. A. call B. demand C. enquire D. respond 39. A. shares B. research C. leaders D. sectors40. A. manufacturing B. selection C. distribution D. advertising Part V Translate the following passage from English into Chinese. ( 20 points)Whether you have a small business or a big business, the customers have developed certain ideas about your company, product or service and this is called brand in a nutshell. The best way of improving your business is spreading awareness about your brand among the consumers.It seems that many of the companies have lost sight of the significance of establishing brand loyalty and it is mainly reflected in the poor quality of their product as well as offer satisfactory customer service.Another important factor that contributes a lot in developing brand loyalty is advertisement and marketing. In present time, wherever we look, TV ads, banners, hoardings, magazines, billboards draw our attention and we find some or the other brand is reminding us of our need and promising to provide us with more than our expectations.When a customer comes to buy a product, a number of factors mold his/her decision of buying a product of a particular brand. The decisive factors include past experience of quality,price, word-of-mouth, customer service, brand connotation and so on. Brand loyalty occurs only when the customer is satisfied. 4 / 5 模拟试卷 1 答案Part I Multiple Choice(共 10 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 20 分)1--5. DBCBB Part II Match(共 10 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 20 分)11—15.c j e f b 16—20.a h g d i Part III Reading Comprehension (共 10 小题;每题 2 分,共 20 分) 26-30.BACBDPart IV(共 10 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 20 分) 31—35. CDCAA Part V Translation ( 20 分) 5 / 5
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