Women are more efficient and trustworthy, have a better understanding of their workforce and are more generous with their praise. In short they make the best managers, and if men are to keep up they will have to start learning from their female counterparts, a report claims today.
The survey of 1,000 male and female middle and senior managers from across the UK is an indictment（谴
责）of the ability of men to function as leaders in the modern workplace.
A majority of those questioned believed women had a more modern outlook on their profession and were more open—minded and considerate. By way of contrast, a similar number believe male managers are self- centered and more likely to steal credit for work done by others.
Management Today magazine, which conducted the research, said that after years of having to adopt a masculine identity and hide their emotions and natural behavior in the workplace, women have become role models for managers.
The findings tally with a survey of female bosses carried out in the US. A five-year study of 2,500 managers from 450 firms found that many male bosses were rated by their staff of both sexes to be self-centered and autocratic（独裁的）. Women on the other hand leave men in the starting blocks when it comes to teamwork and communicating with staff.
In Britain more than 61% of those surveyed said men did not make better bosses than women. Female managers use time more effectively, with many of those surveyed commenting that juggling（兼顾的） commitments is a familiar practice for women with a job and a family.
Female managers also appear to make good financial sense for penny-pinching companies: most people,of either sex, would rather ask for a rise from a man.
5. What is the source of the data mentioned in the passage？
[A] A magazine. [B] A newspaper.
[C] A government white paper. [D] A university journal.
6. According to the passage, male managers tend to .
[A] be more selfless in teamwork
[B] ask more questions when surveyed
[C] be considerate leaders in a company
[D] claim the contribution made by their colleagues
7. What can be found after comparing the findings in the UK and in the US？
[A] The findings are irrelevant.
[B] The findings are contradictory.
[C] The findings match each other.
[D] The findings are not significant.
8. What does the phrase“penny-pinching companies”in Paragraph 7 probably mean？
[A] Companies that lack money.
[B] Companies that are very generous.
[C] Companies that earn a lot of money.
[D] Companies that are unwilling to spend money.
9. What is the main idea of the passage？
[A] Men are better managers than women.
[B] Women are better managers than men.
[C] Male managers are more willing to learn.
[D] Men leaders and women leaders have different advantages.
Facing the interview might make you apprehensive, but there is no reason to fear it. 21 Take the time to prepare properly. The interview has been your goal thus far in the job search, so it is your stepping stone to future success.
Always be positive. 22） Don’t worry about where you have been, worry about where you’re
going. Make sure your accomplishments are related to your capabilities.
Listen and stay focused. Throughout the interview, concentrate to be sure you’re listening to what the interview has said. It looks very bad when you ask a question the interview just answered. 23） _
Don’t get off on the matters that have nothing to do with the job or your qualifications.
Ask questions. Be sure to ask intelligent, well-thought-out questions that indicate you are trying to find out what you can do for the company. Base any statement on proven experience not dreams and hopes.
Don’t get personal. Keep personal issues out of the interview. 24） If you feel the urge to bare your soul, your feelings should tell you the interviewer is very skilled in creating a casual atmosphere. Plan some answers to obvious questions. Why did you leave your previous position? Why did you choose your major? What are your training and experience going to do for the company?
When the interview concludes, don’t linger, but don’t run out the door, either. 25）_ _ Remember to write a brief thank-you note to the people who interview you.
A. Focus on the conversation at hand.
B. If you can’t look the interview in the eye, they won’t believe your answer.
C. It is your real opportunity to get face to face with your potential employer.
D. If the interviewers haven’t indicated when a decision will be reached,ask them. E.Explain in detail how a team atmosphere can improve your personal efficiency. F.Losers dwell on past losses whereas winners dwell on future success.
G.Never tell an interviewer everything no matter how relaxed and comfortable you feel.
“No one can teach you, but you may learn.”This 26 means that though we may hear or read the greatest words of wisdom, they will remain mere words unless we 27 them.
We may be able to name the course that we have taken over the years: algebra, history, geology, French, and so forth. But 28 we have internalized the subject matter or have studied it very 29 , we will not recall what we have“learned”.
With good study skills, you will not only learn material more thoroughly, 30 you will also be less dependent on your teachers. As long as you look to someone else for an “explanation”, you will not be a 31 person intellectually.
To become an independent studier, you must have the desire and 32 to open a textbook, read it, and ponder it. Then you must be able to get up in class the next day, or write on paper a week or so later, saying, “As I 33 the author, he says...”
The purpose of the course is to guide you through 34 steps efficiently. The teacher is there to explain and amplify your textbook. But only you can educate 35 .
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第四部分：完型填空（共 20 小题；每小题 1 分,满分 20 分）阅读下面短文,掌握大意,然后从 1-20 各题所给的四个选项（A、B、C 和 D）中,选出最佳选项。
Dave Tally could 36 believe his eyes. 37 waiting to board a commuter train in Tempe, Ariz., last November, he spotted an 38 backpack containing $3,300 in cash. After six years of being homeless, Tally’s mind raced, thinking 39 he could spend the money-“An apartment? A bike? Yet 40 it, ”recalls Tally, “wasn’t the right thing to do.”
With 41 from the staff at his homeless shelter, Tally 42 down the owner: Bryan Belanger,22,a senior at Arizona State University, who had 43 the pack behind in his 44 to get to work. “I’d given up 45 ,”says Belanger, who was 46 to buy a used car with the money.“I was greatly 47 when I found out it was a homeless guy.”
Since then, Tally’s kindness has been 48 tenfold. As news of his good deed spread, the recovering alcoholic and 49 landscape gardener received nearly $10,000 in 50 from strangers— 51 a small
reward from Belanger—and a new set of teeth, 52 a local oral surgeon. Says Tally, who now has his own apartment and a full-time gardening 53 :“I can’t believe all this was made 54 just by doing the 55 thing.”
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