82. who have devoted their whole life to poetry (也可以是devoting their whole life to poetry)
83. or she would/should have answered it /replied last week
84. have completed/finished her chemical experiment
85. have the old couple quarreled with each other
86. The prosperity of a nation in the future depends/relies, to a great extent, on
62. A) soar
63. D) route
64. B) after
65. D) lure
66. A) offering
67. C) announced
68. B) Naturally
69. A) quotas
70. C) barely
71. D) abolished
72. C) initiative
73. B) but
74. D) version
75. A) because
76. B) automatic
77. D) dismissed
78. C) about
79. C) professionals
80. A) prospect
81. B) clearly
PART TWO SKIMMING & SKANNING
1.D Scientist's vision of the world in half a century
2.B may not come true
3.A humans won't have to donate organs for transplantation
4.C live to 100 and more vitality
5.C alien life will likely be discovered
6.A might survive all catastrophes on earth
7.D lost fingers and limbs will be able to regrow
PART FOUR READING COMPREHENSION
47. causing a reaction
48. an emotional debate
49. The approval of every victim’s family.
50. exploiting a national tragedy
51. raise awareness
52,B, Their currency has slumped.
53,C, They have to spend more money when buying imported goods.
54,D, They think of it as a good tourist destination.
55,C, They vacation at home rather than abroad.
56,A, The dollar's value will not increase in the short term.
57,D, They care more about which college their children go to than the children themselves.
58,A, They want to increase their children's chances of entering a prestigious college.
59,C, Kid' actual abilities are more important than their college background.
60,B, Degrees of prestigious universities do not guarantee entry to graduate programs
61,D, they overemphasize their qualification in job applications.
Answer for CET-6 listerning section
Part 3 Listening Comprehension
11. A) The man might be able to play on the world cup.
12. D) Solve his problem by doing a part-time job.
13. C) A real nuisance.
14. A) The errors will be corrected soon.
15. B) He has to type his paper once more.
16. A) They might have to change their plan.
17. D) They are not late for a loan application.
18. C) The quality of air will surely change for the better.
19. B) Numerous varieties of food.
20. A) An ancient building.
21. D) It generates 70% of the electricity it uses.
22. B) 30,000
23. C) Thinking about doing a different job.
24. A) She has finally got a promotion and a pay raise.
25. B) He changed his mind about marriage unexpectedly.
26. D) They are getting more popular as a means of water recreation.
27. A) Water scooter operators lack of experience.
28. B) They produce too much noise.
29. D) Enforce necessary regulations.
30. D) They are changing.
31. B) Not many of them stay in the same place for long.
32. C) Keep a friendly distance.
33. D) It may lead to a lack of properly educated workers.
34. B) It affects both junior and senior high schools.
35. C) Rewarding excellent academic performance.
44. The alternative to capital punishment is longer sentences. But they would certainly cost the tax payers much money.
45. that does not mean that person isn't guilty of the crime, or that he shouldn't pay society the debt he owes.
46. a large part of it in prison for acts that he committed while not in full control of his mind.
Will E-books Replace Traditional Books?
There is no denying the fact that e-books have been gaining increasing popularity in the past years along with the development of information technology. People are often heard to talk about e-books written by such famous writers as Hanhan or Mu Zimei. Actually, modern readers seem to spend more time on e-books than on traditional ones.
As a consequence, it has emerged as a hotly debated topic whether e-books will take the place of traditional books in the future. Some hold the positive view. They claim that it is convenient to read on line as modern people have easy access to the Internet while having less and less time to frequent the bookstore. Besides, reading e-books saves money.
Personally, I believe that e-books cannot be a substitute for all traditional books. Although the former are more convenient and less expensive, they cannot compete with the latter in at least the following aspects. First, you can take a traditional book anywhere and read it anytime but you cannot always have access to the Internet. Secondly, a truly valuable book deserves a paper version for your computer may have the risk of breaking down. Last but not least, to many people, only the smell of print and the feel of paper can provide the true sense of reading and learning.