二〇一八年5月日文四级阅读真题,二〇一八年八
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二〇一八年5月日文四级阅读真题,二〇一八年八月二二十七日高校英文四级听力原来的文章及分析。  Passage One

  关于在东瀛文部科学省接济颠立高校项目中出现的失职事件,日本首都(Tokyo)地点检察厅特搜部就要羁押期限到期的九月10日,以受托受贿的罪行对扶桑文部科学省前司长佐野太进行投诉、以行贿的罪名对东京(Tokyo)科学和技术大学前总管长和前校长举办非拘押格局的投诉。

  Section B

  Questions 19 to 20 are based on the recording you have just heard。

  长对话

  Questions 46 to 50 are based on the following passage。

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  Directions: In this section, you will hear two long conversations。 At the end of each conversation, you will hear four questions。 Both the conversation and the questions will be spoken only once。 After you hear a question, you must choose the best answer from four choice marked A),B),C) and D)。Then mark the corresponding letter an Answer sheet 1 with a single line though the centre。

  Passage 2

  conversation 1

  Living in an urban area with green spaces has a long-lasting positive impact on people’s mental well-being, a study has suggested, UK researchers found moving to a green space had a sustained positive effect, unlike pay rises or promotions, which only provided a short –term boost。 Co-author Mathew White, from the University of Exeter, UK, explained that the study showed people living in greener urban areas were displaying fewer signs of depression or anxiety。 “There could be a number of reasons。” he said, “for example, people do many things to make themselves happier; they strive for promotion or pay rises, or they get married。 But the trouble with those things is that within six months to a year, people are back to their original baseline levels of well-being。 So, these things are not sustainable; they don’t make us happy in the long term。 We found that for some lottery (彩票) winners who had won more than £500,000 the positive effect was definitely there, but after six months to a year, they were back to the baseline。”

  据日本NHK电视台四月22日推荐相关人口的话表露,前秘书长的幼子在列席高校入学考试前已经去海外游历,个中的一部分费用是由已被抓捕的中介男人担负老板的厂家担当的。这几天,特搜部正在针对大学入学考试的违规行为及互动串通行为举办侦察。

  Question 9 to 12 are based on the conversation you have just heard。

  Q19: Some people say if kids didn‘t happen to go to school, they’d all be out in the streets。 My reply is no。 They wouldn‘t。 First, even as schools stay just what they are, children would spend at least some time there because that’s where they would be likely to find their friends。 Q20: Second, schools wouldn‘t stay the way they are。 They’d get better。 Because we would have to start making them what they ought to be right now。 Last, if we give children a little help, those who did not want to go to school, could find other things to do, since many children now do during their holidays。 Q21: There is something easier we could。 We need to get kids out of the school buildings to give them a chance to learn about the outside world at first hand。 In Philadelphia and Oregon, plans are being drawn up for public schools that won‘t have any school buildings at all。 That will take the students out into the city and help them to use it and its people as a resource。 In others words, students, perhaps in groups, perhaps independently, will go to libraries, museums, exhibitions, radios, and TV stations, meetings, businesses and laboratories to learn about their world and society at first hand。 A small private school in Washington is all ready doing this。 It makes sense, and we need more of it。

  核心内容:

  Dr。 White said his team wanted to see whether living in greener urban areas has a lasting positive effect on people’s sense of well-being or whether the effect also disappeared after a period of time。 To do this, the team used data from the British Household Panel Survey compiled by University of Essex。

  日本文部科学省科学技艺学术政策局前秘书长佐野太在扶持公立大学项目中,作为向北京(Tokyo)医科高校提供方便的报恩,让校方使本身的儿女考上了该大学。前段时间4日,佐野太因受托受贿思疑被东京(Tokyo)地点检察厅特搜部逮捕。

  Long conversation 1

  Q19: What are some people worried about according to the speaker?

  女人在泰王国苏梅岛度假晒日光浴和男士聊天,男士表现出自身可怜令人艳羡,对话后有个别女人又提起了协调认知的新相爱的人,因为汉子手提式有线电话机没电,两个人甘休聊天。

  Explaining what the data revealed, he said: “what you see is that even after three years, mental health is still better, which is unlike many other things that we think will make us happy。” He observed that people living in green spaces were less stressed, and less mm sensible decisions and communicated better。

  相关人口称,东京(Tokyo)工业大学前总管长臼井正彦及前校长Suzuki卫涉嫌在校内下达提示,为佐野之子大批量加分。

  A:Hey Sophia, how are you doing?

  Q20: What does the speaker think we could do for the kids who dislike school?

  A:Hey Sophia, how are you doing?

  With a growing body of evidence establishing a link between urban green spaces and a positive impact on human well-being。 Dr。 White said, “There’s growing interest among public policy officials, but the trouble is who funds it。 What we really need at a policy level is to decide where the money will come from to help support good quality local green spaces。”

  东京(Tokyo)地点检察厅特搜部将要羁押期限到期的21日,以受托受贿的罪过对文部科学省前院长佐野太实行投诉,并以行贿的罪恶对日本首都航空航天高校前总管长臼井正彦及前校长Suzuki卫实行非拘押格局的投诉。

  B: Hi, Bob。 I’m good, thanks。 Actually, Q8: I’m on holiday with my family in Thailand at the moment, although I wish it were with my friends instead。

  Q21: What does the speaker say is the easier thing we could do?

  B: Hi, Bob。 I’m good, thanks。 Actually, I’m on holiday with my family in Thailand at the moment, although I wish it were with my friends instead。

  46。 According to one study, what do green spaces do to people?

见习编辑:王雨欣 主编:赵润琰

  A: Really? You never said you are going to Thailand。 How I envy you !

  [参照他事他说加以考察答案句]

  A: Really? You never said you are going to Thailand。 How I envy you !

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