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㈠ 全国大学英语四六级考试(CET)成绩查询

今年6月份的还没开通查询通道,需到8月下旬

㈡ 怎样查询几年前全国英语六级考试成绩

几年前的英语六级成绩已经过期

㈢ 英语四六级口语考试有指定教材吗什么名字和出版社要是没有,用什么书比较好呢

1.首先上课要认真听讲,尤其要做好笔记,下课再复习一遍,把他们都记在脑子里。然后再加入内自己的理解。当然容学英语的基础是先掌握好单词、短语。
2.如果你这方面不行的话,建议你多背背。然后要认真完成作业,如果说你上课有些东西还是不太理解,或许通过完成作业就可以掌握它的运用。
3.英语的难点在于碎的东西太多。要有很好的记忆力,和对语境的理解。建议你多下功夫。
免费的英语能力水平点评 去WÌZBEE看看吧去WÌZBEE以前,我的英语也不是很好,现在在WÌZBEE英语学的, 那里的外教不错,很专业,感觉很有经验,我的英语也提高了不少,现在是Eric老师教我的,他为人很有耐心,教的也很仔细,推荐你可以报下他们2节课的体验课.

㈣ 英语四六级考试究竟有哪几所试点学校

05年12月参加新CET试点院校的名单
2005-10-20 12:05:57

1、使用清华大学出版社软件参加试点的学校名单

北京航空航天大学 清华大学
北京化工大学 武汉大学
大连医科大学 武汉理工大学
东北农业大学 西安电子科技大学
福州大学 云南大学
合肥工业大学 中国地质大学(武汉)
湖南大学 中国海洋大学
湖南师范大学 中国人民大学
吉林大学 北京第二外国语学院
暨南大学 北京工商大学
江南大学 北京交通大学
兰州大学 东莞理工学院
南京理工大学 桂林医学院
沈阳建筑工程学院 河北师范大学
西安建筑科技大学 湖北工学院
西安邮电学院 湖北经济学院
西南石油学院 湖南文理学院
燕山大学 华中师范大学
湛江师范学院 黄冈师范学院
浙江工业大学 南华大学
中央广播电视大学 青岛建筑工程学院
重庆工商大学 遵义师范学院
湖南零陵学院

2、使用上海外语教育出版社软件参加试点的学校名单

北京大学 湖北大学
北京邮电大学 华东政法学院
长安大学 江西师范大学
复旦大学 南京邮电学院
哈尔滨工业大学 青海民族学院
华东理工大学 山西大学
华东师范大学 上海第二工业大学
山东大学 上海理工大学
上海财经大学 上海体育学院
上海第二医科大学 上海中医药大学
四川大学 绍兴文理学院
苏州大学 天水师范学院
天津医科大学 西南政法大学
同济大学 扬州大学
西南财经大学(上外/高教) 宜春学院
中国地质大学(北京) 南开大学(上外/清华)
中国农业大学 天津工业大学(上外/清华)
中山大学 西南科技大学(上外/清华)
北京建筑工程学院 第四军医大学(上外/外研)
大连轻工业学院 西南交通大学(上外/外研)
河南财经学院 中南大学(上外/外研)
石油大学(上外/外研) 首都经济贸易大学(上外/外研)
西安理工大学(上外/外研)

3、使用外语教学与研究出版社软件参加试点的学校名单

北京林业大学 河北大学
北京师范大学 河北经贸大学
东北林业大学 黑龙江大学
广西大学 华北电力大学
南京航空航天大学 华侨大学
上海大学 中国科技大学
上海交通大学 淮阴师范学院
太原理工大学 解放军国际关系学院
天津大学 解放军外国语学院
西安交通大学 解放军信息工程大学
西北工业大学 景德镇陶瓷学院
郑州大学 聊城大学
中国矿业大学 南京林业大学
安徽工业大学 南通师范学院
安徽师范大学 宁波大学
北华大学 三江学院
大连民族学院 三峡大学
福建师范大学 山西财经大学
广西工学院 沈阳药科大学
广西师范大学 天津科技大学
贵阳医学院 西南师范大学
贵州师范大学 中国民航飞行学院
北京工业大学(外研/上外)

4、使用高等教育出版社软件参加试点的学校名单

北京大学(医学部) 河北科技大学
北京科技大学 河北理工学院
北京理工大学 湖南科技大学
大连海事大学 华北工学院
大连理工大学 华东交通大学
第一军医大学 吉林农业大学
电子科技大学 江西财经大学
东北大学 南京财经大学
东北师范大学 山东理工大学
东南大学 山东农业大学
华中科技大学 上海师范大学
辽宁大学 石河子大学
南昌大学 西北师范大学
南京大学 浙江财经学院
南京农业大学 浙江万里学院 (资料来自:http://www.forexam.com/)

㈤ 英语六级没过,毕业了工作需要,考什么试能补起来、受承认

现在有个翻译资格证也挺吃香的呀,只要你实力在那里! 全国翻译专业资格证,可以考这个。

翻译有笔译和口译,全国翻译专业资格(水平)考试分四个等级,即:资深翻译;一级口译、笔译翻译;二级口译、笔译翻译;三级口译、笔译翻译;两大类别,即:笔译、口译,口译又分交替传译和同声传译两个专业类别。你可以依据自己的水平定下目标,高级肯定比较难考,可以从初级考起。可以买一些笔译和口译的的书籍和联系,也可以在网上找资料, 如果能找到翻译类的试卷最好,比如历届专八的翻译试题,考研英语中的翻译试题,高翻学院复试笔试试题,等等。除了专四专八要求英语专业学生才能考,其他英语资格考试应该不受限制,只要你有这个能力,就可以考取!不过可以在网上查看一下该考试的通知,时间和要求,考试地点也是有规定城市的,所以还是按实际要求出发。

以下是推荐的英语翻译实用书目:

《常用英语习语翻译与应用》 李军 韩晓玲 青岛海洋大学出版社

《高级汉英、英汉口译教程上、下册》,王桂珍主编,华南理工大学出版社

《英汉汉英段落翻译与实践》 蔡基刚 复旦大学出版社

《路线图——翻译研究方法入门》,Jenny Williams & Andrew Chesterman

《中级英语笔译模拟试题精解》 齐乃政 中国对外翻译出版公司

《即席翻译实用英语会话》 王怡 王宁主编,天津大学出版社

《英汉口译教程》(上、下册)仲伟合主编,高等教育出版社,2006年

《西方翻译简史》,谭载喜 著,北京:商务印书馆,2004

《中国译学理论史稿》(修订本),陈福康 著,上海:外语教育出版社,2000

《中国翻译》共六本 2007

《英语口译实务》+《英语口译综合能力》,王立弟主编,外文出版社

《汉译英口译教程》 吴 冰 外语教学与研究出版社

《英美文化与英汉翻译》 汪福祥 伏力 外文出版社

《英汉口译实练》 冯建忠 译林出版社

《英汉翻译练习集(绝版)》 庄绎传 中国对外翻译出版公司

《教你如何掌握汉译英技巧》 陈文伯 世界知识出版社

《汉英语篇翻译强化训练》 居祖纯 清华大学出版社

《汉译英实用技能训练》 孙海晨 外文出版社

㈥ 求去年12月全国英语六级考试试卷

2007年12月22日大学六级真题word (2008-06-04 16:34:07)
标签:教育

Part I Writing (30 minutes)

The digital age

1. 如今,数字化产品越来越多,如…

2. 使用数字化产品对于人们学习工作和生活的影响。

Part II Reading Comprehension (Skimming and Scanning) (15 minutes)

Seven Ways to Save the World

Forget the old idea that conserving energy is a form of self-denial—riding bicycles, dimming the lights, and taking fewer showers. These days conservation is all about efficiency: getting the same—or better—results from just a fraction of the energy. When a slump in business travel forced Ulrich Ramer to cut costs at his family—owned hotel in Germany, he replaced hundreds of the hotel’s wasteful light bulbs, getting the same light for 80 percent less power. He bought a new water boiler with a digitally controlled pump, and wrapped insulation around the pipes. Spending about £100,000 on these and other improvements, he slashed his £90,000 fuel and power bill by £60,000. As a bonus, the hotel’s lower energy needs have reced its annual carbon emissions by more than 200 metric tons. “For us, saving energy has been very, very profitable,” he says. “And most importantly, we’re not giving up a single comfort for our guests.”

Efficiency is also a great way to lower carbon emissions and help slow global warming. But the best argument for efficiency is its cost—or, more precisely, its profitability. That’s because quickly growing energy demand requires immense investment in new supply, not to mention the drain of rising energy prices.

No wonder efficiency has moved to the top of the political agenda. On Jan. 10, the European Union unveiled a plan to cut energy use across the continent by 20 percent by 2020. Last March, China imposed a 20 percent increase in energy efficiency by 2020. Even George W. Bush, the Texas oilman, is expected to talk about energy conservation in his State of the Union speech this week.

The good news is that the world is full of proven, cheap ways to save energy. Here are the seven that could have the biggest impact.

Insulate

Space heating and cooling eats up 36 percent of all the world’s energy. There’s virtually no limit to how much of that can be saved, as prototype “zero-energy homes” in Switzerland and Germany have shown. There’s been a surge in new ways of keeping heat in and cold out (or vice versa). The most advanced insulation follows the law of increasing returns: if you add enough you can scale down or even eliminate heating and air-conditioning equipment, lowering costs even before you start saving on utility bills. Studies have shown that green workplaces (ones that don’t constantly need to have the heat or air-conditioner running) have higher worker proctivity and lower sick rates.

Change Bulbs

Lighting eats up 20 percent of the world’s electricity, or the equivalent of roughly 600,000 tons of coal a day. Forty percent of that powers old-fashioned incandescent light bulbs—a 19th-century technology that wastes most of the power it consumes on unwanted heat.

Compact fluorescent lamps, or CFLS, not only use 75 to 80 percent less electricity than incandescent bulbs to generate the same amount of light, but they also last 10 times longer. Phasing old bulbs out by 2030 would save the output of 650 power plants and avoid the release of 700 million tons of carbon into the atmosphere each year.

Comfort Zone

Water boilers, space heaters and air conditioners have been notoriously inefficient. The heat pump has altered that equation. It removes heat from the air outside or the ground below and uses it to supply heat to a building or its water supply. In the summer, the system can be reversed to cool buildings as well.

Most new residential buildings in Sweden are already heated with ground-source heat pumps. Such systems consume almost no conventional fuel at all. Several countries have used subsidies to jump-start the market, including Japan, where almost I million heat pumps have been installed in the past two years to heat water for showers and hot tubs.

Remake Factories

From steel mills to paper factories, instry eats up about a third of the world’s energy. The opportunities to save are vast. In Ludwigshafen, German chemicals giant BASF runs an interconnected complex of more than 200 chemical factories, where heat proced by one chemical process is used to power the next. At the Ludwigshafen site site alone, such recycling of heat and energy saves the company £200 million a year and almost half its CO2 emissions. Now BASF is doing the same for new plants in China. “Optimizing (优化) energy efficiency is a decisive competitive advantage,” says BASF CEO Jurgen Hambrecht.

Green Driving

A quarter of the world’s energy---including two thirds of the annual proction of oil—is used for transportation. Some savings come free of charge: you can boost fuel efficiency by 6 percent simply by keeping your car’s tires properly inflated (充气). Gasoline-electric hybrid(混合型的) models like the Toyota Prius improve mileage by a further 20 percent over conventional models.

A Better Fridge

More than half of all residential power goes into running household appliances, procing a fifth of the world’s carbon emissions. And that’s true even though manufacturers have already hiked the efficiency of refrigerators and other white goods by as much as 70 percent since the 1980s. According to an International Energy Agency study, if consumers chose those models that would save them the most money over the life of the appliance, they’d cut global residential power consumption (and their utility bills) by 43 percent.

Flexible Payment

Who says you have to pay for all your conservation investments? “Energy service contractors” will pay for retrofitting(翻新改造)in return for a share of the client’s annual utility-bill savings. In Beijing. Shenwu Thermal Energy Technology Co. specializes in retrofitting China’s steel furnaces. Shenwu puts up the initial investment to install a heat exchanger that preheats the air going into the furnace, slashing the client’s fuel costs. Shenwu pockets a cut of those savings, so both Shenwu and the client profit.

If saving energy is so easy and profitable, why isn’t everyone doing it? It has do with psychology and a lack of information. Most of us tend to look at today’s price tag more than tomorrow’s potential saving. That holds double for the landlord or developer, who won’t actually see a penny of the savings his investment in better insulation or a better heating system might generate. In many people’s minds, conservation is still associated with self-denial. Many environmentalists still push that view.

Smart governments can help push the market in the right direction. The EU’s 1994 law on labeling was such a success that it extended the same idea to entire buildings last year. To boost the market value of efficiency, all new buildings are required to have an “energy pass” detailing power and heating consumption. Countries like Japan and Germany have successively tightened building codes, requiring an increase in insulation levels but leaving it up to builders to decide how to meet them.

The most powerful incentives, of course, will come from the market itself. Over the past year, sky-high fuel prices have focused minds on efficiency like never before. Ever-increasing pressure to cut costs has finally forced more companies to do some math on their energy use.

Will it be enough? With global demand and emissions rising so fast, we may not have any choice but to try. Efficient technology is here now, proven and cheap. Compared with all other options, it’s the biggest, easiest and most profitable bang for the buck.

1. What is said to be best way to conserve energy nowadays?

A) Raising efficiency. B) Cutting unnecessary costs..

C) Finding alternative resources. D) Sacrificing some personal comforts.

2. What does the European Union plan to do?

A) Diversify energy supply. B) Cut energy consumption.

C) Rece carbon emissions. D) Raise proction Raise proction efficiency.

3. If you add enough insulation to your house, you may be able to _____________.

A) improve your work environment B) cut your utility bills by half

C) get rid of air-conditioners D) enjoy much better health

4. How much of the power consumed by incandescent bulbs is converted into light?

A) A small portion. B) Some 40 percent. C) Almost half. D) 75 to 80 percent.

5. Some countries have tried to jump-start the market of heat pumps by __________.

A)upgrading the equipment B)encouraging investments C) implementing high-tech D)providing subsidies

6. German chemicals giant BASF saves £200 million a year by ___________.

A) recycling heat and energy B) setting up factories in China

C) using the newest technology D) recing the CO2 emissions of its plants

7. Global residential power consumption can be cut by 43 percent if ___________.

A) we increase the insulation of walls and water pipes

B) We choose simpler models of electrical appliances

C) We cut down on the use of refrigerators and other white goods

D) We choose the most efficient models of refrigerators and other white goods

8. Energy service contractors profit by taking a part of clients____________.

9. Many environmentalists maintain the view that conservation has much to do with _____.

10. The strongest incentives for energy conservation will derive from __________
Part III Listening Comprehension (35 minutes)

Section A

11. A) Proceed in his own way. B) Stick to the original plan.

C) Compromise with his colleague. D) Try to change his colleague’s mind.

12. A) Mary has a keen eye for style. B) Nancy regrets buying the dress.

C) Nancy and Mary went shopping together in Rome. D) Nancy and Mary like to follow the latest fashion.

13. A) Wash the dishes. B) Go to the theatre.

C) Pick up George and Martha. D) Take her daughter to hospital.

14. A) She enjoys making up stories about other people. B) She can never keep anything to herself for long.

C) She is eager to share news with the woman. D) She is the best informed woman in town.

15. A) A car dealer. B) A mechanic C) A driving examiner. D) A technical consultant.

16. A) The shopping mall has been deserted recently. B) Shoppers can only find good stores in the mall.

C) Lots of people moved out of the downtown area. D) There isn’t much business downtown nowadays.

17. A) He will help the woman with her reading. B) The lounge is not a place for him to study in.

C) He feels sleepy whenever he tries to study. D) A cozy place is rather hard to find on campus.

18. A) To protect her from getting scratches. B) To help relieve her of the pain.

C) To prevent mosquito bites. D) To avoid getting sunburnt.

Questions 19 to 22 are based on the conversation you have just heard.

19. A) In a studio. B) In a clothing store. C) At a beach resort D) At a fashion show

20. A) To live there permanently. B) To stay there for half a year.

C) To find a better job to support herself. D) To sell leather goods for a British company.

21. A) Designing fashion items for several companies. B) Modeling for a world-famous Italian company.

C) Working as an employee for Ferragamo. D) Serving as a sales agent for Burberrys.

22. A) It has seen a steady decline in its profits. B) It has become much more competitive.

C) It has lost many customers to foreign companies. D) It has attracted lot more designers from abroad.

23. A) It helps her to attract more public attention. B) It improves her chance of getting promoted.

C) It strengthens her relationship with students. D) It enables her to understand people better.

24. A) Passively. B) Positively. C) Skeptically. D) Sensitively.

25. A) It keeps haunting her day and night. B) Her teaching was somewhat affected by it.

C) It vanishes the moment she steps into her role. D) Her mind goes blank once she gets on the stage.

Section B

Passage One

Questions 26 to 29 are based on the passage you have just heard.

26. A) To win over the majority of passengers from airlines in twenty years.

B) To reform railroad management in western European countries.

C) To electrify the railway lines between major European cities.

D) To set up an express train network throughout Europe.

27. A) Major European airliner will go bankrupt.

B) Europeans will pay much less for traveling.

C) Traveling time by train between major European cities will be cut by half.

D) Trains will become the safest and most efficient means of travel in Europe.

28. A) Train travel will prove much more comfortable than air travel.

B) Passengers will feel much safer on board a train than on a plane.

C) Rail transport will be environmentally friendlier than air transport.

D) Traveling by train may be as quick as, or even quicker than, by air.

29. A) In 1981. B) In 1989. C) In 1990. D) In 2000.

Passage Two

Questions 30 to 32 are based on the passage you have just heard.

30. A) There can be no speedy recovery for mental patients.

B) Approaches to healing patients are essentially the same.

C) The mind and body should be taken as an integral whole.

D) There is no clear division of labor in the medical profession.

31. A) A doctor’s fame strengthens the patients’ faith in them.

B) Abuse of medicines is widespread in many urban hospitals.

C) One third of the patients depend on harmless substances for cure.

D) A patient’s expectations of a drug have an effect on their recovery.

32. A) Expensive drugs may not prove the most effective.

B) The workings of the mind may help patients recover.

C) Doctors often exaggerate the effect of their remedies.

D) Most illnesses can be cured without medication.

Passage Three

Questions 33 to 35 are based on the passage you have just heard.

33. A) Enjoying strong feelings and emotions. B) Defying all dangers when they have to.

C) Being fond of making sensational news. D) Dreaming of becoming famous one day.

34. A) Working in an emergency room. B) Watching horror movies.

C) Listening to rock music. D) Doing daily routines.

35. A) A rock climber. B) A psychologist. C) A resident doctor. D) A career consultant.

Section C

If you’re like most people, you’ve inlged in fake listening many times. You go to history class, sit in the third row, and look (36) ________ at the instructor as she speaks. But your mind is far away, (37) _______ in the clouds of pleasant daydreams. (38) ________ you come back to earth: the instructor writes an important term on the chalkboard, and you (39) _______ it in your notebook. Every once in a while the instructor makes a (40) _________ remark, causing others in the class to laugh. You smile politely, pretending that you’ve heard the remark and found it mildly (41) ___________. You have a vague sense of (42) ___________ that you aren’t paying close attention, but you tell yourself that any (43) ________ you miss can be picked up from a friend’s notes. Besides, (44) _______________________. So back you go into your private little world. Only later do you realize you’ve missed important information for a test.

Fake listening may be easily exposed, since many speakers are sensitive to facial cues and can tell if you’re merely pretending to listen. (45) ________________________.

Even if you’re not exposed, there’s another reason to avoid fakery; it’s easy for this behavior to become a habit. For some people, the habit is so deeply rooted that (46) _________________. As a result, they miss lots of valuable information.

㈦ 2020年9月份考全国英语六级是否简单一点

四六级只会因为疫情问题而更改考试时间,毕竟连雷打不动的高考都延期一个月了,但是难度就不会有变化了。

虽然四六级考试由原来的 100分制改为710分的记分体制,不设及格线,不颁发合格证书,只发放成绩单,名义上是已经没有了“过与不过”的概念。

但是学生们普遍认为,425分相当于原来的及格线,520分相当于原来的“优秀”,因为四级要考到425分以上才能具备报考六级的资格,因此425分就成了学生们普遍认可的“生死线”。


(7)英语六级考试中国海关出版社创智明辉扩展阅读

新题型说明

1,单词及词组听写

原复合式听写调整为单词及词组听写,短文长度及难度不变。要求考生在听懂短文的基础上,用所听到的原文填写空缺的单词或词组,共10题。短文播放三遍。

2,长篇阅读

原快速阅读理解调整为长篇阅读理解,篇章长度和难度不变。篇章后附有10个句子,每句一题。每句所含的信息出自篇章的某一段落,要求考生找出与每句所含信息相匹配的段落。有的段落可能对应两题,有的段落可能不对应任何一题。

3,翻译

原单句汉译英调整为段落汉译英。翻译内容涉及中国的历史、文化、经济、社会发展等。四级长度为140-160个汉字;六级长度为180-200个汉字。

参考资料来源:网络-大学英语六级考试

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大学英语四、六级考试作为一项全国性的教学考试由“国家教育部高教司”主办,分为版四级考试 (CET-4) 和六级考试 (CET-6),每权年各举行两次。从2005年1月起,报道成绩满分为710分,凡考试成绩在220分以上的考生,由国家教育部高教司委托“全国大学英语四六级考试委员会”发给成绩单。

㈨ 全国大学英语四六级考试(CET)成绩查询 官网

是中国教育考试网-成绩查询。该网站教育部考试中心系教育部直属事业单位,主要承版担教育考试专权项职责任务,是成人高考、研究生考试、英语四六级考试、计算机等级考试的官方网站。

其前身是1987年成立的国家教委考试管理中心;1990年更名为国家教委考试中心;1998年更改为教育部考试中心。

该网站可以支持社会证书考试的全国计算机等级考试、全国计算机应用水平考试、中国少数民族汉语水平等级考试、全国英语等级考试等多个考试成绩的查询。

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