【答案】pace up with the times查看答案
【答案】capability of independent innovation查看答案
【答案】rule the country with virtue查看答案
【答案】scientific outlook on development查看答案
【答案】issues on agriculture, rural areas,
【答案】economical affordable house查看答案
【答案】the construction of a honest and
【答案】the rise of central China查看答案
16．Normalization of diplomatic relations
24．Intellectual property rights
29．The carrot and the stick
Section A English to
his relatively short life during a period of social and political upheaval .
His experience as a student and a teacher would not have been possible had the
Education Act of 1870 not established compulsory elementary schools for
children of back grounds like his. The industrialism he hated, particularly the
large-scale coal mining in areas like Notting hamshire, with the accompanying
blight of surrounding countryside, was reaching a peak during his childhood and
World War I was a
shock, followed by disillusionment , to many educated Europeans, who had
believed that material progress, equated with the advance of civilization, had
banished war forever. Lawrence had never shared the near universal faith in
material progress. His horror of the war, for reasons more personal, proved
socially and politically prophetic — he saw the war as the beginning of the
conformism , the assault on authentic individualism that has in fact
characterized the twentieth century.
spent years in Italy during the fascist period, and because his “dream of
leadership” often emerged in authoritarian statements or the invention of
authoritarian figures , one of the many strands of adverse criticism woven
around him during his life was a charge that he had fascist leanings. The
charge is absurd, as insight into the essential core of the man — his hatred of
conformism, insistence on singular passional being — reveals. However, it is
true that Lawrence, like many artists who believe in the magic of words,
sometimes expressed his yearnings for power in an idiom colored by the
socialist, communist, and fascist language of the 1920s and 1930s.
Section B Chinese to
He was going
abroad. The news spread rapidly even before he left the Foreign Trade Bureau.
When he reached
home, He found a roomful of people waiting for him.
bring me a computer-controlled radio cassette recorder,” said his younger
brother, apparently in high spirits, as if he could get what he wanted right
“Bring me a set
of high-grade cosmetics, brother,” said his younger sister, filled with
excitement, as if the high-grade cosmetics were taking effect on her, making
her more charming. “Mother, what do you want me to bring you?” he asked.
“Oh, just bring
me a washing machine,” answered his mother-in-law, grinning from ear to ear.
She was mighty happy.
“What about you,
“No matter what
happens, please do bring yourself back home,” replied his mother, her eyes
glistening with tears.
People left his
room one after another.
“Zhihua, what do
you want??”his asked, gently placing his hands on his wife’s shoulders. “I have
the same idea as mom?” she said softly, gazing at him with affection.
At this, tears
welled up in his eyes and streamed down onto her beautiful hair.