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GRE阅读一本全解析230,2018年6月英语六级阅读第一

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      2018年上四个月全国高档校园立陶宛(Lithuania卡塔 尔(英语:State of Qatar)语四六级考试于1十月三十四日开展,腾讯网教育24钟头全程关心,为您带来第一手四六级考试资源音讯。以下为乌Crane语六级阅读第意气风发套题的答案:

    Passage 230录制解析https://www.cctalk.com/v/15222390426626

      第一套:

    Reviving the practice of using elements of popular music in classical composition, an approach that had been in hibernation in the United States during the 1960s, composer Philip Glass (born 1937) embraced the ethos of popular music without imitating it. Glass based two symphonies on music by rock musicians David Bowie and Brian Eno, but the symphonies’ sound is distinctively his. Popular elements do not appear out of place in Glass’s classical music, which from its early days has shared certain harmonies and rhythms with rock music. Yet this use of popular elements has not made Glass a composer of popular music. His music is not a version of popular music packaged to attract classical listeners; it is high art for listeners steeped in rock rather than the classics.

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    1. The passage addresses which of the following issues related to Glass’s use of popular elements in his classical compositions?
      A. How it is regarded by listeners who prefer rock to the classics
      B. How it has affected the commercial success of Class’s music
      C. Whether it has contributed to a revival of interest among other composers in using popular elements in their compositions
      D. Whether it has had a detrimental effect on Glass’s reputation as a composer of classical music
      E. Whether it has caused certain of Glass’s works to be derivative in quality
    2. The passage suggests that Glass’s work displays which of the following qualities?
      A. A return to the use of popular music in classical compositions
      B. An attempt to elevate rock music to an artistic status more closely approximating that of classical music
      C. A long-standing tendency to incorporate elements from two apparently disparate musical styles
    3. Select the sentence that distinguishes two ways of integrating rock and classical music.
      Passage 231录制深入深入分析https://www.cctalk.com/v/15222398508639

      26-30 KCMEH

    A person who agrees to serve as mediator between two warring factions at the request of both abandons (by so agreeing) the right to take sides later. To take sides at a later point would be to suggest that the earlier presumptive impartiality was a sham.

      31-35 ANIFL

    1. The passage above emphasizes which of the following points about mediators?
      A. They should try to form no opinions of their own about any issue that is related to the dispute.
      B. They should not agree to serve unless they are committed to maintaining a stance of impartiality.
      C. They should not agree to serve unless they are equally acceptable to all parties to a dispute.
      D. They should feel free to take sides in the dispute right from the start, provided that they make their biases publicly known.
      E. They should reserve the right to abandon their impartiality so as not to be open to the charge of having been deceitful.
      Passage 232录像分析https://www.cctalk.com/v/15222405781587

      26。 K reputed

    Was Felix Mendelssohn (1809–1847) a great composer? On its face, the question seems absurd. One of the most gifted prodigies in the history of music, he produced his first masterpiece at sixteen. From then on, he was recognized as an artist of preternatural abilities, not only as a composer but also as a pianist and conductor. But Mendelssohn’s enduring popularity has often been at odds — sometimes quite sharply — with his critical standing. Despite general acknowledgment of his genius, there has been a noticeable reluctance to rank him with, say, Schumann or Brahms. As Haggin put it, Mendelssohn, as a composer, was a “minor master . . . working on a small scale of emotion and texture.”

      27。 C characters

    1. Select a sentence in the passage whose function is to indicate the range of Mendelssohn’s musical talents.
    2. The passage suggests that anyone attempting to evaluate Mendelssohn’s career must confront which of the following dichotomies?
      A.The tension between Mendelssohn’s career as a composer and his career as a pianist and conductor
      B.The contrast between Mendelssohn’s popularity and that of Schumann and Brahms
      C.The discrepancy between Mendelssohn’s popularity and his standing among critics
      D.The inconsistency between Mendelssohn’s reputation during his lifetime and his reputation since his death
      E.The gap between Mendelssohn’s prodigious musical beginnings and his decline in later years.
    3. the author mentions Schumann and Brahms primarily in order to
      A.provide examples of composers who are often compared with Mendelssohn
      B.identify certain composers who are more popular than Mendelssohn
      C.identify composers whom Mendelssohn influenced
      D.establish the milieu in which Mendelssohn worked
      E.establish a standard of comparison for Mendelssohn as a composer

      28。 M supposed

    Passage 240录制拆解解析https://www.cctalk.com/v/15222412662989

      29。 E fierce

    A ten-year comparison between the United States and the Soviet Union in terms of crop yields per acre revealed that when only planted acreage is compared, Soviet yields were equal to 68 percent of United States yields. When total agricultural acreage (planted acreage plus fallow acreage) is compared, however, Soviet yield was 114 percent of United States yield.

      30。 H obsessed

    1. From the information above, which of the following can be most reliably inferred about United States and Soviet agriculture during the ten-year period?
      A. A higher percentage of total agricultural acreage was fallow in the United States than in the Soviet Union.
      B. The United States had more fallow acreage than planted acreage.
      C. Fewer total acres of available agricultural land were fallow in the Soviet Union than in the United States.
      D. The Soviet Union had more planted acreage than fallow acreage.
      E. The Soviet Union produced a greater volume of crops than the UnitedStates produced.
      Passage 241录制深入分析https://www.cctalk.com/v/15222417934481
      For hot desert locations with access to seawater, a new greenhouse design generates freshwater and cool air. Oriented to the prevailing wind, the front wall of perforated cardboard, moistened and cooled by a trickle of seawater pumped in, cools and moistens hot air blowing in. This cool, humidified air accelerates plant growth; little water evaporates from leaves. Though greenhouses normally capture the heat of sunlight, a double-layered roof, the inner layer coated to reflect infrared light outward, allows visible sunlight in but traps solar heat between the two layers. This heated air, drawn down from the roof, then mixes with the greenhouse air as it reaches a second sea-water-moistened cardboard wall at the back of the greenhouse. There the air absorbs more moisture, which then condenses on a metal wall cooled by seawater, and thus distilled water for irrigating the plants collects.
      For the following question, consider each of the choices separately and select all that apply.
    2. It can be inferred that the process described in the passage makes use of which of the following?
      A. The tendency of hot air to rise
      B. The directional movement of wind
      C. The temperature differential between the sea and the desert
      For the following question, consider each of the choices separately and select all that apply.
    3. It can be inferred that the greenhouse roof is designed to allow for which of the following?
      A. The avoidance of intense solar heat inside the greenhouse
      B. The entry of sunlight into the greenhouse to make the plants grow
      C. The mixture of heated air with greenhouse air to enhance the collection of moisture

      31。 A campaign

      32。 N traditional

      33。 I proclamation

      34。 F inspired

      35。 L rest

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      36-40 CHAKE

      41-45 IGBFD

      36。 C There are a couple of plants tough and adaptable enough。。。

      37。 H Farrant is trying to isolate genes in resurrection plants。。。

      38。 A Farmers in South Africa are more at the mercy of nature。。。

      39。 K Resurrection crops are most likely to be the choice of。。。

      40。 E Even though many plants have developed various tactics。。。

      41。 I Despite consumer resistance, researchers are pushing ahead。。。

      42。 G Most seeds can pull through dry spells and begin growing。。。

      43。 B Farrant is working hard to cultivate food crops that can。。。

      44。 F By adjusting their metabolism,resurrection plants can。。。

      45。 D Resurrection plants can come back to life in a short。。。

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      46-50 CCDAB

      51-55 BACCD

      Passage1

      46。 C store an unlimited number of human faces。

      47。 C To understand computers‘ problems with facial-recognition software。

      48。 D It decreases as the database size increases。

      49。 A They cannot easily tell apart people with near-identical appearances。

      50。 B There do not exist public databases with sufficient face samples。

      Passage2

      51。 B They are acting in an irrational way。

      52。 A impractical

      53。 C Choose majors that will serve society‘s practical needs。

      54。 C It is well reflected in their average starting salary。

      55。 D College students should fund their own education。

      来源:有道考神

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