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In 1979, trade between the United States and China stood at roughly $5 billion--today it tops over $400 billion each year. The commerce affects our people's lives in SO many ways, America imports from China many of the computer parts we use, the clothes we wear; and we export to China machinery that helps power your industry. This trade could create even more jobs on both sides of the Pacific, while allowing our people to enjoy a better quality of life. And as demand becomes more balanced, it can lead to even broader prosperity.

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In 1979, trade between the United States and China stood at roughly $5 billion--today it tops over $400 billion each year. The commerce affects our people's lives in SO many ways, America imports from China many of the computer parts we use, the clothes we wear; and we export to China machinery that helps power your industry. This trade could create even more jobs on both sides of the Pacific, while allowing our people to enjoy a better quality of life. And as demand becomes more balanced, it can lead to even broader prosperity.


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第2题

The White House said on Monday that the relations between the United States and China were in______ good shape but acknowledge some differences between _____ two countries.
A∕ , the            B a, the           C the, the           D the, ∕
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The White House said on Monday that the relations between the United States and China were in______ good shape but acknowledge some differences between _____ two countries.
A∕ , the            B a, the           C the, the           D the, ∕
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In Asia, the United States tried to contain the People’s Republic of China as well. The United States did not formally recognize the People's Republic of China (PRC) for 30 years after its founding.()

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China is having such a huge influence on the United States that many Americans are struggling to learn the Chinese language in a bid to keep competitive.
"Interest in learning Chinese among American youth and their parents has grown quickly in the past five years," said Vivien Stewart, vice president at the Asia Society. China's quick rise to near-superpower and its effects politically, economically and culturally are driving the American's interest to learn the language, experts say. From kindergartens to high schools, studies by the Asia Society show, there is a "rapid rise" in interest among pupils to study the Chinese language.
"The Chinese rich cultural traditions and blossoming economy mean that it is now important for all of our students to be better prepared," said Michael Levine, Asia Society's executive director of education. A survey found that 2,400 high students—an unbelievable high number—would be interested in offering the Advanced Placement(AP) courses in Chinese language and culture when the courses become available in 2006.
China, the world's most populous nation, is important to the United States because it is a leading trader, consumer and investor. Its political influence is also rising across the world. It has replaced the United States as the world's largest consumer and could become the second largest economy in the world, after the United States, in the next two to three decades.
Even though the US State Department has described the Chinese language "critical" to national prosperity and security, "the current facilities to support recruitment (招募)of students and teachers as well as the growth of high quality programs is terribly not enough," an Asia Society study says. The Society has set an aim of having at least five percent of American high school students learning Chinese by 2015.
"Millions of Chinese are learning English, but only 24,000 Americans are learning Chinese," said Andrew Corcoran of the San Francisco-based Chinese American International School. The most popular languages after English in US schools at present are Spanish and French while Japanese is the most popular Asian language.
53. The underlined word blossoming (Para. 3) means _________.
A. developed               B. developing           C. old                   D. weak
54. Why do more and more Americans begin to learn the Chinese language?
A. To keep competitive.                    B. To gain advantage in trade.
C. Because they are always interested in it.  
D. To be a bridge between the two big countries.
55. What problem is the US faced with when it comes to learning Chinese?
A. Too many Chinese are learning English.
B. Not many people want to learn foreign languages.
C. The language is rather difficult compared with English.
D. A lack in current facilities to support recruitment of students and teachers and programs.
56. What is the best title for this passage?
A. Danger from China               
B. Foreign Language Learning
C. The Chinese Language gets More Popular  
D. Difficulties in Learning the Chinese Language
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第6题

The Mississippi is the major river system in the United States. The Yangtze is China’s longest river.
Although a world apart, the two waterways share conservation concerns that provide a cultural bridge between students in the United States and China, as well as from around the world.
The Mississippi flows almost 3,800 kilometers from a small lake in Minnesota, gathering the waters of 250 other rivers and streams before reaching the Gulf of Mexico.
In mid-May, as spring flowers began to open, about 41 students from a dozen colleges, mostly in the Midwest, explored a section of the river in Wisconsin and Iowa, to learn about the environment, and each other.
The students, from the U.S., China and around the world, came to join the River Spirit Exchange program.
The cross-cultural educational experience - set up by the University of Wisconsin, Madison-based Environment and Public Health Network for Chinese Students - focuses on the Mississippi and China’s longest river, the Yangtze.
This three day get-together featured story-telling, hiking, camping and canoeing, all part of a larger lesson about conservation projects that can be used on both the Yangtze and Mississippi.
While the students learned about the problems challenging the Mississippi and Yangtze, Jeb Barzen, a wildlife biologist, explained they should also learn about the importance of bridging each other’s culture.
The president of the Environment and Public Health Network for Chinese Students, Xiaojun Lu, said the Mississippi and Yangtze Rivers are uniting these students from opposite ends of the earth.
Organizers say the success and spirit of this first gathering of students will lead to other trips, including one down the Yangtze.
小题1:Where is the source of the Mississippi?
A.MinnesotaB.the Gulf of MexicoC.WisconsinD.Iowa
小题2: According to the passage, the get-together             .
A.lasted a weekB.took place in May
C.was held in ChinaD.was organized by students
小题3: According to Paragraph 8, Barzen believes that             .
A.China and the U.S. should work together to protect the environment
B.the Mississippi is more important than the Yangtze to the world
C.cultural exchange between different countries is of great importance
D.the program encourages technical cooperation between China and the U.S.
小题4:What is the passage mainly about?
A.A major river system in the United States.
B.The differences between the Mississippi and the Yangtze.
C.An educational program about tourism.
D.An international cultural exchange program.
小题5:Where is the passage most probably taken from?
A.A personal diaryB.A news report
C.An official documentD.An advertisement
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All the leading newspapers______the trade talks between China and the United States.
A.published
B.reported
C.printed
D.announced

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It is no coincidence that the relationship between our countries has accompanied a period of positive change. China has lifted hundreds of millions of people out of poverty--an accomplishment unparalleled in human history--while playing a larger role in global events. And the United States has seen our economy grow. There is a Chinese proverb: "Consider the past, and you shall know the future. " Surely, we have known setbacks and challenges over the last 30 years. Our relationship has not been without disagreement and difficulty. But the notion that we must be adversaries is not predestined--not when we consider the past. Indeed, because of our cooperation, both the United States and China are more prosperous and more secure. We have seen what is possible when we build upon our mutual interests, and engage on the basis of mutual respect. And yet the success of that engagement depends upon understanding--on sustaining an open dialogue, and learning about one another and from one another. For just as that American table tennis player pointed out--we share much in common as human beings, but our countries are different in certain ways.


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A growing number of students in the United States are studying Mandarin(普通话). It is the official language of China. More and more people speak Mandarin than those who speak other languages in the world.
Schools that teach Mandarin want to prepare students for a future in which they are likely to work with people from China. Business in China is booming(繁荣的), and that trend(趋势) is expected to grow.
The US government is trying to encourage even more public schools to teach Mandarin. Officials are considering spending about $1 billion on Mandarin programs in schools. China is getting involved(参与) too. The Chinese government has donated Mandarin textbooks to US schools. Some schools are also taking part in teacher exchange programs with China.
“It is important for students to learn Mandarin and Chinese culture,” said Mary Patterson, a school principal(校长) in Portland, Oregon. “Students who do so will have wider opportunities when they become adults.”
小题1:Why are US schools teaching Mandarin?
A.To help students communicate with Chinese students.
B.To encourage students to move to China,
C.To prepare students for the future.
D.To get students interested in business.
小题2:The underlined word “donated” (in Paragraph 4) can be replaced by “______”?
A.providedB.keptC.madeD.found
小题3: What is the best title for this passage?
A.Why US students learn MandarinB.Schools in China
C.How to speak MandarinD.China today
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第10题

According to Brzezinski, China's leadership is inclined to challenge the United States militarily.
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