2020年9月四级真题(第2套) Writing Pa式 I (30 minutes) Directions: 氏r this part, you are allowed 30 minutes to write an essay on the use of PowerPoint (PPT) in class. You can start your essay with the s砌拓加e"The use of PowerPoint is becoming increasingly popular in class". You should write at least 120 ·一一 words but no more than 180 words. Listening Comprehension Part Il (25 minutes) 说明:由千 2020年9月四级考试全国共考了1套听力,本套真题听力与第1套内容完全一样,只是顺 序不一样,因此在本套真题中不再重复出现。 Reading Comprehension Part田 Section A (40 minutes) Directions: In this section, there is a passage with ten blanks. You are requiri或to select one word for each blank from a list of c加ices given in a word bank following the passage. Read the passage through carefully before making your c加ices. Each c加ice in the bank is 诚叩ified by a letter. Please mark the corresponding letter for each item on A邱wer Sheet 2 with a single line through the centre. You may not use any of the words in the bank more than once. It can be seen from the cheapest budget airlines to the world's largest carriers: Airlines across the globe 26 various shades of blue in therr cabin seats and it is no some psychology behind it. Blue is 28 27 . There does appear to be with the positive qualities of trust, efficiency, quietness, coolness, reflection and calm. Nigel Goode is a leading aviation designer who works at a company which has been delivering aircraft interiors for airlines for 30 years. "Our job as designers is to reinforce the airline's brand and make it more 29 , " he says. "But our primacy concern is to deliver an interior that一旦Q__ comfort to create a pleasant envirorunent. " "It's all about maldng the traveling experience less _fil_ and blue is said to induce a feeling of calm. W血e some of the budget airlines might use brighter, bolder shades, most others go with softened tones. The 32 aim is to create a home-like relaxing feel, so airlines tend to use soft colors that feel domestic, 一旦and earthy for that reason. " It's also a trend that emerged decades ago and has ___M__ stuck. "Blue became the color of choice 2020. 9 / 1 (第2套) because it's a conseIVative, agreeable, corporate shade that 35 being trustworthy and safe. That's w�y you see it used in all of the older airlines like British Airways, " Nigel Goode added. A) associated B) coincidence C) determined D) drastically E) enormous F) imitate G)indication H) integrate I) maximizes J) natural K)principal L) recognizable M)simply N)s汀essful 0)symbolizes Section B Directions: In this sectio九,you are going to read a passage with ten st,atements attached to it. Each statement cont,ains information given in one of the paragraphs. Identify the paragraph from which the饥formation is derived. You may clwose a paragraph more than once. Each paragraph is marked with a letter. Answer the questions by marking the corresponding比t阮on Answer Sheet 2. Why Are Asian Americans Missing from Our Textbooks? A) I still remember my fourth-grade social studies project. Our class was studying the Gold Rush, something all California fourth-穸aders learned. I was excited because I had asked to research Chinese immigrants during that era. Gro咖g up in the San Francisco Bay Area, I had always known that "San Francisco" translated to " Gold Moun呻" in Chinese. The name had stuck ever since Chinese immigrants arrived on the shores of Northern California in the 1850s, eager to try their luck in the gold mines. Now I'd have the chance to learn about them. B) My excitement was short-lived. I remember heading to the library with my class and asking for help. I remember the librarian's hesitation. She finally led me past row after row of books, to a corner of the library where she pulled an oversized book off the shelf. She checked the index and turned over to a page about early Chinese immigrants in California. That was all there was in my entire school library in San Francisco, home of the nation's first Chinatown. That was it. C) I finally had the opportunity to learn about Asian Americans like myself, and how we became part of the fabric of the United States when I took an introductory class on Asian-American history in college. The class was a revelation. I realized how much had been missing in my textbooks as I grew up. My identity had been shaped by years of never reading, seeing, hearing, or learning about people who had a sinlilar background as me. Why, I wondered, weren't the stories, histories, and contributions of Asian Americans taught in K-12 schools,

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