Banner image SITE-LANGUAGE-en-ICON BROWSER-LANGUAGE--IMAGE
Content / EFL / advanced / mock-test-g .. concise-view << previous next >>

Mock Test G

Practice the Advanced Exam with these Mock Tests. See how you do before the real exam.

Chinese Students English Test part .

E - French President Nicolas Sarkozy(法国总统尼古拉斯 萨科奇)called on Thursday for a reform of global nuclear standards(标准) by the end of the year, during the first visit by a foreign leader to Japan since the earthquake and tsunami(海啸) that caused its atomic disaster. The G20 chairman said France wants to host a meeting of the G20 nuclear officials in May to fix new standards as the result of the crisis(危机) at Japan's Fukushima Daiichi plant (日本福岛第一核电厂). Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan (日本首相菅直人) supported the idea. "In order to avoid a repeat of such an incident, it is our duty to accurately share with the world our experience," he said at a joint (联合的)news conference. The world's worst atomic crisis since Chernobyl (切尔诺贝利) in 1986 is proving hard to contain and has forced an international re-think of the benefits and safety of nuclear power. It has also compounded a suffering moment for the Asian nation after the quake and tsunami left more than 27,500 people dead or missing and caused damage that may top $300 billion. Data on the economic influence of the March 11 disasters showed manufacturing(制造业) went down to the most on record this month as factories shut and supply chains were destroyed, especially in the car and technology parts, for which Japan is renowned. Japan said on Thursday its damaged Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant will have to be scrapped (废弃), while pressure also grew for the evacuation zone (撤离规划区) to be increased even around the crippled facility (报废的设施). With no end in sight to the world's worst nuclear crisis in 25 years, the US ordered a marine emergency response unit to Japan, and French nuclear group Areva (法国核能阿海珐公司) said it was likely to step up assistance to the plant's operator. 57. What might be the most suitable title for the text? A. France urges world nuclear review after Japan crisis. B. Japan suffered great damages in the atomic disaster. C. France and America plan to aid Japan after the nuclear crisis. D. The world needs to rethink of the benefits and safety of nuclear power. 58. Which of the following statements is true according to the passage? A. Japan will be safe after the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant is scrapped. B. The manufacturing in Japan hit the lowest this month because of the disaster. C. Japan is the first foreign country that Sarkozy visited. D. Japan will share its experience in the disaster because it is the worst one in history. 59. What can be inferred from the passage? A. With the help of America and France, Japan will surely get over the nuclear crisis. B. Tens of thousands of Japanese were killed in the disaster. C. People should not only consider the benefits of nuclear power but also its safety in the future. D. The atomic crisis in Chernobyl in 1986 has the same cause as the one in Japan. 60. The underlined word “renowned” can probably be replaced by__________. A. respected B. famous C. good D. proud




iBiscuits LOGO