国开电大管理英语1单元自测1答案

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"题目:—

— Please call me Mary. That's my first name.
: How are you?
; Are you Mary?
; How shall I address you?"
"题目:— Excuse me,

— Yes, it's 8633-2788. If you have any other questions, don't hesitate to ask.
: Why my telephone doesn’t work?
; When shall we have lunch?
; could you please tell me what's the telephone number on my desk?"
"题目:— Hello, I'm David Chen. Nice to meet you.

—                      .
: Very nice.
; Nice to meet you too.
; Are you?"
"题目:— Hi, I'm Melinda Smith, the new secretary. Nice to meet you here.

— Hi, I'm Mike Brown from the Training Center.
: That's OK.
; I hope you'll be happy working here.
; See you later."
"题目:— Sally,                  , Mary Brown.

— Nice to meet you. I'm Sally Johnson, the Sales Manager.
: What a pleasure
; this is our new secretary
; Thanks a lot"
"题目:“Isn't it impolite to call people by their first names?” The underlined word is of the same word class as         .
: work
; possibly
; interesting"
"题目:Don't be afraid         ask a lot of questions.
: to
; on
; of"
"题目:Hello, everyone. I'd like to         to you our new secretary, Melinda Smith.
: introduce
; welcome
; meet"
"题目:I like the working atmosphere here.It's very         .
: funny
; boring
; friendly"
"题目:I think          is impolite to call people by their first names.
: that
; it
; as"
"题目:I'm looking forward to          together with you.
: working
; worked
; work"
"题目:If you have any questions here, please tell us. We'll all be          to help you.
: readiness
; ready
; already"
"题目:Keeping eye contact makes the other person          welcome and comfortable.
: to feel
; feeling
; feel"
"题目:People here usually          each other by their first names instead of family names.
: call
; work
; hear"
"题目:Smile a lot and be         friendly as possible to everyone you meet.
: very
; so
; as"

"二、翻译:从以下A、B、C三个选项中选出与英文最适合的中文翻译。

1. I'll show you around and introduce you to other colleagues.{A; B; C}

A. 我给你显示下周围,把你介绍给其他的同事。

B. 我在周围出示并把你介绍给其他的同事。

C. 我带你四处转转,把你介绍给其他的同事。

2. How long have you been working here? {A; B; C}

A. 你在这里工作多久了?

B. 你什么时候在这里工作的?

C. 你怎么在这里工作的?

3. Your life has changed and you will get used to it. {A; B; C}

A. 你的生活已经发生了变化,你要适应它。

B. 你的生活已经发生了变化,你要被它利用。

C. 你的生活已经发生了变化,你要使用它。

4. Since we all want to set a good first impression, it is important to know the right shaking hands manners. {A; B; C}

A. 自从我们想要有一个好印象,我们就了解了正确的握手方式。

B. 既然我们都想给别人留下一个好的第一印象,那么了解一下正确的握手礼仪就非常重要了。

C. 既然我们都得到了一个好印象,所以知道正确的握手礼仪非常重要。

5. I like the working atmosphere here. {A; B; C}

A我喜欢这的工作气氛。

B.我喜欢这里发挥作用的空气。

C.我喜欢这里的工作环境。"
"二、听力理解:请听下面的对话,根据对话内容从A、B、C三个选项中选出一个最佳选项。

Listen to the dialog and fill in the blanks with the words given below.

u1-task3.mp3

_Melinda Smith's got a job at Qiaoxiang Community Service Center. Today is her first day at work.George, the Director of the Administration Department, is introducing her to Wendy and Helen._

GEORGE: Hello, everyone. I'd like you to {call; really; meet; number; forward} our newcomer, Melinda.

MELINDA: Hi, I'm Melinda Smith, nice to meet you all here.

WENDY: Nice to meet you, too, Melinda. I'm Wendy Brown, just {call; really; meet; number; forward}me Wendy.

HELEN: Hi, I'm Helen Clinton. Welcome.

_Melinda shakes hands with everyone._

WENDY: Would you come over, please, Melinda? This is your desk.

MELINDA: Thank you very much. Could you please tell me what's the telephone {call; really; meet; number; forward} on my desk?

HELEN: Oh, it's 8633-2788. If you have any questions here, please tell us. We'll all be ready to help.

MELINDA: Thanks for everything. You're {call; really; meet; number; forward} helpful.

WENDY: When you are free, I'll show you around our center and introduce  you to other colleagues.

MELINDA: That's great! I'll be looking {call; really; meet; number; forward} to it."
"二、阅读理解:阅读下面的短文,根据文章内容从A、B、C三个选项中选出一个最佳选项。

Shaking Hands Manners

If you thought handshakes were just a gesture of greeting, then think again! A handshake is not only a way of greeting; it can also show your personality. Since we all want to set a good first impression, it is important to know the right shaking hands manners.

Stand up and maintain eye contact while shaking hands. If you are seated when someone comes for a handshake, stand up and shake his or her hand. It is impolite to be still seated. Keep right distance between the two of you; not too close, but enough distance to shake your hands well. Keeping eye contact makes the other person feel welcome and comfortable.

Keep a handshake brief and firm. You let go of each other's hand after 2-3 seconds. Make sure your handshake ends before your conversation does. One's handshake should show a feeling of strength and warmth. The hand should be firm and not lifeless like seaweed. Then, how firm should a handshake be? Just grasp the person's hand completely and do not press it too hard.

1. Which of the following statements about the significance of handshakes is not true?{A; B; C}

A. Handshakes are just a gesture of greeting.

B. Handshakes are more than a way of greeting.

C. Handshakes can show our personality.

2. If you are seated when someone comes for a handshake, you should {A; B; C}.

A. stand up and shake his or her hand

B. keep seated and shake his or her hand

C. bow and say hello to him or her

3. Keeping eye contact while shaking hands makes the other person feel {A; B; C}.

A. nervous

B. comfortable

C. afraid

4. How long does a handshake usually last?{A; B; C}

A. As long as the conversation lasts.

B. 5 minutes.

C. 2-3 seconds.

5. Which of the following words can best describe a proper handshake?{A; B; C}

A. brief and strong

B. brief and firm

C. brief and soft"
"二、阅读理解:阅读下面的短文,根据文章内容进行判断,正确写“T”错误写“F”。

Read the text and decide whether the following statements are true (T) or false (F).

INTRODUCE YOURSELF ON THE FIRST DAY OF WORK

How to introduce yourself on the first day of work?If you are looking for some ideas, here are some tips for you.

Don't be afraid to ask a lot of questions. You're new and it's better to do something right the first time than have to do it again. Nobody expects you to know everything.

Smile a lot and be as friendly as possible to everyone you meet –no matter what their position is or how important they are! Use your lunch hours to get together with your co-workers. Get to know them and their interests.

Pay attention to the rumours, but don't join them. You don't want to be thought as a gossip.

Don't complain about your boss, any co-workers, or the job you did before. Continue to arrive early and don't rush out of the door at the end of the day.

Keep a positive attitude and an open mind. Your life has changed and you will get used to it.

1. Nobody expects you to know everything on the first day at work.{T; F}

2. You're new, so you shouldn't ask any questions.{T; F}

3. You should be friendly to both your co-workers and the leaders.{T; F}

4. It's not polite to learn about the interests of your co-workers.{T; F}

5. You can leave your office as quickly as you can at the end of the day.{T; F}"

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