国开电大商务英语1单元自测2答案

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"题目:— Please make a detailed schedule for me.
: No, I will.
; Yes, I will.
; Yes, I won’t."
"题目:— We’ll have the sales meeting at 2:00 tomorrow afternoon, won’t we?
: It’s said the meeting is important.
; No. After the meeting, we’ll leave for Shanghai.
; Yes. After the meeting, we’ll leave for Shanghai."
"题目:— Well, after my report, there’ll be a break for refreshments.
: All right, I see.
; All right, I’ll see it.
; The break won’t be long."
"题目:— When will you meet the general manager of Nile Co., Mr. Smith?
: At 10:00 tomorrow morning.
; I’ll leave for Shanghai.
; I’ll meet the president of Bestway Co."
"题目:— Where shall we have the meeting?
: In the first conference room.
; The first conference room is spacious.
; The first conference room isn’t good."
"题目:China held the 22nd         APEC economic leader’s meeting in Beijing in 2014.
: careless
; hard
; informal"
"题目:The marketing department          the sales for the last six months.
: has summarized
; was summarized
; summarized"
"题目:The meeting suggested          the loan first.
: repaying
; to reply
; replied"
"题目:The next shareholder’s meeting was         at the end of this year.
: scheduled
; used
; made"
"题目:The seminar is about          the new staff members.
: train
; training
; trained"
"题目:The ten-day display and sale          finished tomorrow.
: is
; will be
; would be"
"题目:There are some visitors         to our marketing department next week.
: come
; coming
; to coming"
"题目:There was         in the meeting room as the general manager predicted the company’s sales target.
: silence
; silent
; silently"
"题目:They         have no good plan for advertising on TV.
: look to
; see to
; seem to"
"题目:Would you like to        a personal interview?
: get
; arrange
; see "
"二、翻译:从以下A、B、C三个选项中选出与英文最适合的中文翻译。
1.We’ve prepared the name cards to be put on the conference table for guests to sit by.{A; B; C}
A.我们已经准备了名片,放置在会议桌上提供给来宾。
B.我们已经准备了名单,提醒来宾放在会议桌上。
C.我们已经准备在会议桌上放置桌签,以便来宾按桌签就坐。
2.It’s a way to avoid uncomfortable silences and build stronger relationships.{A; B; C}
A.用了这种方式,结果避免了令人不快的沉默并且建立了更牢固的关系。
B.这是一种避免不自在的沉默并且建立更牢固关系的方式。
C.为了避免令人不快的沉默并且建立更牢固关系,需要一种方式。
3.Then the report was followed by a heated discussion.{A; B; C}
A.报告之后是大家热烈的讨论。
B.热烈的讨论之后是一个报告。
C.报告和讨论都进行的很热烈。
4.When familiar guests meet each other, a greeting with a friendly smiling, nodding or shaking hands is usually a decent way to show your good manners.{A; B; C}
A.当与熟悉的人见面时,以友好的微笑、点头或者握手致意,通常是一种显示良好教养的得体方式。
B.当与熟悉的人见面时,为了显示良好的教养,他们以得体的方式友好微笑、点头或者握手。
C.当与熟悉的人见面时,人们友好微笑、点头或者握手报以致意,以这样一种得体的方式显示了他们良好的教养。
5.If there are any items you would like to list on the agenda, please let me know by e-mail before the end of this week.{A; B; C}
A.如果各位想要参加会议,请在本周末之前通过电子邮件与我联系。
B.如果各位有想纳入会议议程表的事项,请在本周末之前通过电子邮件与我联系。
C.如果各位有事项想要纳入会议议程表,请在本周末之前告知我电子邮件地址。"
"二、听力理解:请听下面的对话,根据对话内容从A、B、C三个选项中选出一个最佳选项。
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1. What did John ask Linda to do for him? {A; B; C}
A. He asked her to meet the guests.
B. He asked her to make a detailed schedule for him.
C. He asked her to make a cup of tea for him.
2. What is Mr. Jones’s position in his company? {A; B; C}
A. He is the president of Bestway Co.
B. He is the general manager of Nile Co.
C. He is the sales manager of Lee Brothers’.
3. What will they do at 2:30 tomorrow afternoon? {A; B; C}
A. They’ll meet the guests.
B. They’ll have trade fairs.
C. They’ll have a board meeting.
4. The board meeting will be finished at tomorrow afternoon. {A; B; C}
A. 2:30
B. 3:30
C. 4:30
5. Who’ll meet Mr. Lee tomorrow afternoon? {A; B; C}
A. Bob
B. John
C. Linda"
"二、阅读理解:阅读下面的短文,根据文章内容从A、B、C三个选项中选出一个最佳选项。
Does everyone in your office always agree all the time? When someone makes a suggestion, does everyone just smile and nod in agreement? When you bring forward an idea, do people just accept it? Well, if you answered “yes” to any of these questions, you are in an extremely unusual workplace. People are people. And people butt heads. They disagree, they argue, and they fight. You can’t get around it. But you can learn to deal with it.
To hold your own, you need to learn how to argue effectively. If you’ve got an opinion, you need to defend it. And if you have a problem with something a colleague has done, you need to let them know. This can make for some difficult discussions and meetings, but this is just a part of life and business.
So how can you argue effectively? Well, you need several skills.
1.From the first paragraph we can know that in the office {A; B; C}.
A.people sometimes argue
B.people always agree
C.people always get around it
2.“And people butt head” means {A; B; C}.
A.people hit you with the top of their head
B.people dislike each other
C.people don’t always agree well with each other
3.The writer suggests that if you get an opinion, you need to {A; B; C}.
A.get around it
B.learn how to deal with it
C.argue in support of it
4.You need several skills to  {A; B; C}.
A.let your colleagues know
B.argue effectively
C.make for discussions and meetings
5.The main point of this passage is about {A; B; C}.
A.the fact of disagreement and argument in the office
B.how to avoid disagreement and argument in the office
C.how to argue effectively in the office"
"二、阅读理解:阅读下面的短文,根据文章内容从A、B、C三个选项中选出一个最佳选项。
MONTHLY MEETING MINUTES OF BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Time: 2:30 p.m., March 5, 2015
Place: Conference room, second floor of 3T Co. Ltd.
Participants: All the directors
Chairman: Chairman of the board, Mr. William Forest
Minutes keeper: Linda
The main activities at the meeting are as follows:
Firstly, Mr. William Forest, chairman of the board, made a report on the work and total sales of the company this season. Then the report was followed by a heated discussion.
Secondly, all the directors agreed to hold a press conference for the company next month.
Thirdly, the meeting suggested inviting experts from Canada to give a five-day training course to staff in the Sales Department.
The meeting finished at 3:30 p.m.
1. Who are the meeting participants?{A; B; C}.
A. The executive assistants.
B. The directors.
C. The interviewees.
2. How many activities does the meeting have?{A; B; C}.
A. The executive assistants.
B. The directors.
C. The interviewees.
3. Mr. William Forest made a report {A; B; C} this season.
A. on training course to staff in the Sales Department
B. on the advertisement policies of the company
C. on the work and total sales of the company
4. What did all the directors agree to do? {A; B; C}
A. To carry out a training project in the company next year.
B. To have another board meeting of all directors next season.
C. To have a press conference for the company next month.
5. How long did the meeting last? {A; B; C}
A. 1.5 hours.
B. 1 hour.
C. 2 hour."
"二、阅读理解:阅读下面的短文,根据文章内容进行判断,正确为“T”,错误为“F”。
SMALL TALK BEFORE A MEETING
This is a situation you’ve probably experienced many times: you arrive for a meeting ten minutes early. There are several people already there. You say hello and then … What do you talk about? What do you say?
In this situation, you need to be able to make small talk. Small talk is an informal conversation. We use the term “small talk” because it is not about exchanging information or making decisions or having a serious discussion. It’s a way to avoid uncomfortable silences and build stronger relationships.
Small talk might seem to be about nothing important, but it is important in itself. Being able to make small talk will allow you to make yourself part of a group. It will set the stage for more serious types of communication.
1. Small talk is a kind of formal dialog. {T; F}
2. The term “small talk” means there are only two persons in the dialog. {T; F}
3. Small talk is a useful ice-breaker and can build stronger relationships. {T; F}
4. Small talk is not at all important. {T; F}
5. Making small talk will allow you to be a member of a group.{T; F}"
"二、阅读理解:阅读下面的对话,选择合适的内容将对话补充完整。
JOHN: Good morning, Linda. There’ll be some people visiting our company tomorrow. Please make a detailed schedule for me.
LINDA: Could you tell me who they are, Mr. Taylor?
JOHN:  _____
LINDA: We’ll have the board meeting at 2:30 tomorrow afternoon, won’t we?
JOHN: _____
LINDA: But the sales manager of Lee Brothers’, Mr. Lee, just called and insisted on seeing you tomorrow afternoon.
JOHN: _____
LINDA: He said that he would leave for London at 5:00 p. m. tomorrow.
JOHN: _____
LINDA: Yes, Mr. Taylor.
JOHN: _____
LINDA: No problem, Mr. Taylor.
A. Oh, The board meeting will be finished at about 3:30. You could arrange his appointment after that.
B. All right, then tell David to meet him tomorrow afternoon.
C. Ok, they are Mr. Jones, general manager of Nile Co. and Mr. Brown, president of Bestway Co.
D. Could you give me the schedule before 4 o’clock this afternoon?
E. Yes. After the board meeting, we’ll meet the guests. It’s important to have them all here."
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