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第二节信息匹配(共 5 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 10 分) 阅读下列记者采访加拿大运动鞋设计专家 Benno Nigg 时的问题及 Nigg 的回答,然后匹配 相关的问和答。请将答案填涂在答题卡标号为 46--50 的相应位置上。注意:选项中有一项是 多余选项。 Questions: A. Wha

t should people look out for when buying a new pair of sports shoes? B. What kind of technology might we see in sports shoes of the future? C. Will a more expensive shoe make me run faster or jump higher, as the ads suggest? D. When you say that expensive shoes are no better at preventing injury than cheap ones, is it true? E. Some people say we should run just as well without shoes. What’s your opinion of that? F. You helped develop the unstable Masai MBT shoes. Does this design actually work?

46.____________________________________________ Nigg’s Answer: That is a little bit overstated. But the relative frequency of running injuries doesn’t seem to have changed much in the past 30 years, in spite of all the developments in sports shoe design. The literature shows that shoes are a minor player in injury development. If you take a group of people and want to injure them, send them out every day for a 20-kilometre run. A lot of them will be injured in three weeks. The major factors are the distance run, the intensity and recovery time, not the shoes.

47.___________________________________________ Nigg’s Answer: The problem is that if you go to a store and want to find your best shoes, you don’t know what to do. Things that are sometimes done, like video analysis of your rear foot movement, may not help. The only way to assess whether a shoe is

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right for you is how it feels. If you feel comfortable in a shoe, it’s likely to be good for you. We did a study with soldiers where we gave them six different inserts, and they chose the one they liked best. In four months those with inserts had 53 per cent fewer injuries than those without.

48.__________________________________________ Nigg’s Answer: A shoe may act as a training device, making some muscles to function more effectively for a majority of users. Or it may use materials that last longer. That may have something to do with its price. However, for the average runner it is difficult to distinguish between actual functional designs and unnecessary features. Generally, the more a shoe controls movement, the more it acts like a cast, which means you have some muscles that don’t work any more. This may mean that you lose some muscle strength, and your feet are more likely to be injured.

49._________________________________________ Nigg’s Answer: There are claims that there are fewer injuries when you run barefoot, but there is not yet enough evidence, or enough research, to prove that. If you look at performance, most papers suggest an advantage of 3 to 4 per cent. With a few exceptions — Abebe Bikila in 1960 and Zola Budd in the 1980s — people don’t run barefoot, so it may be that it’s not an advantage, or it may be that we’re just not used to it.

50._________________________________________ Nigg’s Answer: Yes, for about 80 per cent of people. The major benefits are training the small muscles crossing the ankle joint, and a reduction of knee and lower back pain. However, some claims for these unstable shoes are overstated, such as the general muscle strengthening that they are claimed to produce. 【参考答案】46-50 DACEF ***************************************************结束

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请阅读下列应用文和相关信息,并按照要求匹配信息。 以下是音乐会的信息: A. Pop star: Singer and composer Emil Chau, one of the most admired music idols in China and Southeast Asia, will perform a solo concert in Beijing. Chau was born in Hong Kong and attended college in Taiwan. He has released more than 30 albums in Mandarin, Cantonese and English. Time: 7:30 pm, March 31 Place: Capital Gymnasium, Baishiqiao Lu, Haidian District Tel: 6833-5552 B. Beautiful timbre: Jasmine Leong will meet her Beijing fans next month. Singing with beautiful timbre, Leong will present a series of love stories to the audience. To highlight the theme of love, 200 sets of lover's tickets, valued at 1800 yuan will be presented. Tickets: 180-980 yuan (US$22-121) Time/date: 7:30 pm, September 9 Location: Workers' Gymnasium, Gongti Beilu, Chaoyang District Tel: 6501-6655 C. Music for children: Some 50 colourful music-related performances will be staged until August 28 in an "Open the Door to Music" series of concerts, in a move to foster Chinese children's taste for art. The concert series will be held in several venues, sponsored by the Forbidden City Concert Hall and supported by the Beijing Municipal Culture Bureau. Tickets: 10-100 yuan (US$1-12) Time/date: 2 pm or 7:30 pm, July 20-August 28 Location: mainly in the Forbidden City Concert Hall in Zhongshan Park, some in Peking University Hall in Haidian District and in the China Puppet Art Theatre and Poly Theatre Tel: 6506-5343, 6506-5345
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D. Feel the mood: Jonathan Lee will host his 2006 concert in Beijing. As the master of music in Taiwan, Lee is famous for his unique annotation of love, mood and life. Time: 7:30 pm, March 24, 25 Place: Capital Gymnasium, Baishiqiao Lu, Haidian District Tel: 6835-4020 E. Commemorative show: To mark the 100th anniversary of the birth of Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen, the founder of modern prose drama, a concert titled "Nora's Songs" will be given. Time: 7:30 pm, March 20 Place: Peking University Concert Hall Tel: 6275-2279, 6275-9637 F. Chamber music: The chamber concert series of China Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra will greet audiences with a woodwind quintet, a string quartet plus Bach's piano concerto and suite. Time: 7:30 pm, March 25 Place: The Concert Hall of the Central Conservatory of Music, 43 Baojiajie, Xicheng District Tel: 6641-4759, 6642-5744 以下内容是与音乐会相关的信息,请匹配与之相关的音乐会。 1. To remember Henrik Ibsen, with pianist Wolfgang Plagge, violinist Annar Folles and soprano Gao Xia, the Norwegian Ibsen Trio will present the classic works of the celebrated playwright. 2. Jasmine Leong is a Malaysian singer who is very popular on the Taiwan music scene. Focusing on lyrical songs, Leong's Beijing performance will also tap into rock & roll music. 3. His platinum albums such as "You Make Me Happy and Sad," "Flowery Heart," "Music Brings Us Together" and "Emil & Friends" have brought him numerous awards in Singapore, and China's Taiwan and Hong Kong. 4. Jonathan Lee represents the creative spirit of the past 20 years in Taiwan and many renowned singers like Sarah Chan (Chen Shuhua), Sandy Lam (Lin Yilian), Emil
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Chau (Zhou Huajian) and Karen Mok (Mo Wenwei) draw great inspiration from Lee's works. 5. The mix of musical treats for children in Beijing includes various kinds of art forms, including Western classical music and Chinese traditional music, as well as puppet plays, crosstalk shows, and highlights of Chinese local operas such as Peking Operas and Kunqu Operas. [全解全析] 音乐会——与之相关的信息。 1. E. 关键词:Henrik Ibsen,Norwegian playwright。 2. B. 关键词:Jasmine Leong,Beijing performance。 3. A. 关键词:perform a solo concert,his platinum albums, Taiwan and Hong Kong。 4. D. 关键词:Jonathan Lee,the master of music in Taiwan,the creative spirit of the past 20 years in Taiwan。 5. C. 关键词:music for children,the mix of musical treats for children。

第二节 信息匹配(共 5 小题,每小题 2 分,满分 10 分) 阅读下列应用文及相关信息,并按要求匹配信息。请在答题卡上将对应题号的相应选项 字母涂黑,选择项有一项是多余的。 首先阅读下列国外媒体上的插图及介绍性文字: A. Cornwall You can find that 'weekend feeling' every day of the year, in the country's favorite holiday destination. Some find it in a rock pool on a golden beach, others find it along a dramatic coastal path over-looking crashing waves, while for some it can only be discovered on wild moors and quiet woods. Art lovers are sure to find all the inspiration they could wish for in a lively arts scene, while gastronauts(冒险食 客) can savour the secret ingredients that make Cornwall a foodie's heaven. Start planning, start discovering; get your free 2011 official Cornwall guide and
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visit the website.

B. Cornwall, paradise found The gardens of Cornwall are the envy of the world. With its temperate climate Cornwall is the perfect home for a flourishing variety of plants, trees and shrubs. For seasoned horticulturists, keen amateurs or energetic families looking for a fun day out, there is always a surprise around the next corner - maybe a hidden vista or a startling splash of colour. With over 70 gardens to choose from you can walk amongst wild woodlands or stand and admire the formal splendour of a country estate. Kitchen gardens, perfumed gardens, and even Japanese gardens - you will discover something fresh, whatever the season. Click the 'request brochure' button for your FREE guide or visit the website for more information.

C. Peak District Come to the Peak District and get right to the heart of a great holiday - right at the heart of the UK. Our world-class destination is a stone's throw from everywhere. From Hollywood film locations to superb landscapes and quality accommodation to luscious local food, we've got it all. Add awesome attractions, historic houses, glorious gardens, fantastic theme parks, fabulous festivals and vibrant nightlife - and you have the perfect recipe for a brilliant break. Order your free copy of our 2011 Visitor Guide now!

D. Discover the stunning Channel Island of Guernsey in 2011
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It doesn't take long to get to the stunning Channel Island of Guernsey, but once you're here, you'll feel a long way from home - Discover its unforgettable blend of stunning scenery, unique character and rich heritage for yourself in 2011. Welcome to the islands of Guernsey. Lying close to the north coast of France and bathed by the warm waters of the Gulf Stream, the islands are the perfect escape. Indulge in an unforgettable meal, explore the region's rich heritage or simply revel in the beauty of your surroundings, the islands of choice have it all. On this site, you'll find all the information you need to create a holiday filled with special memories - So take some time to look around and start planning your perfect break.

E. Visit the English Riviera - South Devon’s Beautiful Bay Torquay, Babbacombe, Paignton and Brixham boast

stunning beaches and award-winning visitor attractions. But it's not just palm trees and a famously mild climate, there is treasured literary and natural heritage just waiting to be discovered. The 22 miles of coastline has been endorsed by UNESCO as a Global Geopark. Explore Agatha Christie's place of birth and the inspiration behind fictional tales and her real life story. Visit the website to request your free Accommodation Guide and prepare to explore South Devon's beautiful bay.

F. Pure Jersey Whether you're looking for a short break or longer holiday, Jersey has it all! Discover breathtaking beaches, fabulous restaurants, cosmopolitan shopping, leafy country lanes,

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award-winning attractions and fascinating WWII history. Stay in family-friendly hotels or self-catering lodges, chic hotels or great-value guest houses. With over 30 departure points from the UK, you can fly in less than an hour or sail by fast ferry. What's more, with its lovely mild climate, Jersey is the warmest place in the British Isles.

以下是几位计划出行者的情况介绍。请将介绍与相关插图及说明性文字匹配起来。 46. Doris , an amateur photographer , is now learning English in the UK. She is planning for a short visit to a place where she can not only has inspiration but also enjoys good food. More importantly, she wish to make it flexible according to her schedule. Any season would be fine as long as there are colourful flowers and warm sun shine. 47.Rainy, a housewife, is taking a short break to relax herself from boring daily routine, but wishes to spend some days outdoors with her three young girls. She hates the cold winter and is ready to travel by any means of transportation so long as it won’t take a long time. She prefers street shopping to on line shopping. 48. Shirley, a professional column writer, is expecting to experience the UK in a special and unforgettable way. She writes about review on food, introduction to customs and lifestyle of the British. 49. Kathy, an artist, has great passion for nature. She is enthusiastic about exploring the unknown , learning from tradition, enjoying the amazing scenery and bathing the sun on the beach. She usually reads a lot about the persons she paints before she starts working on it. 50. King, a scholar, a nature lover, has written quite a few books on wars. On the other hand, he is particular about food. He is planning to spend one or two days simply enjoying the beauty of nature and quietness of the woods.

【参考答案】信息匹配 46—50 BFCEA

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