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2018年广发银行秋季校园招聘真题汇编(十)

时间:2019-08-20 来源:银行考试网

2018年广发银行秋季校园招聘真题汇编(十)
(英语部分   T37-48)

Text 4

Dishes do not usually go bad with time, but are often recycled due to style or convenience. When people get married, move or just see something new they like, they might make room for new flatware in their life. Garage, yard or estate sales can be good places to find kitchen items that are perfectly usable and sometimes even back on trend.

Even if used items require evaluation, making the switch from new to used can make a big difference in your budget and your life. If you’re willing to find a great deal, resale can lead to great purchases. You can save hundreds or even thousands of dollars-don’t let the shiny and new hold you back from the financial benefits of buying used. On the other hand, there are some things, like safety equipment or mattresses that may be worth the extra money to buy new.

37. What is the main purpose of this passage?

A. To encourage the purchase of used items where appropriate.

B. To inform readers where to buy the used products.

C. To warn readers about possible disadvantages of buying used stuff.

D. To compare the difference between the used and the new products.


38. Which of the following statements is true?

A. Used kitchen items can function not quite well.

B. Used kitchen items can cost more than new ones.

C. Used kitchen can possibly cause safety problem.

D. Used kitchen items can be in fashion too.


39. What does the underlined word “budget” (paragraph 2) mean?

A. The money saved over time.

B. The money available for lending.

C. The money available for spending.

D. The money borrowed from others.


Text 5

Radiation Types

Radiation is simply energy traveling through space or materials, sometimes referred to as EMFs (electromagnetic fields). Radiation exists naturally, though we are exposed to much higher levels from man-made sources. There are two basic types of radiation:

Non-ionizing radiation (“everyday radiation”)

Lower energy radiation that we are exposed to in our everyday lives. Non-ionizing radiation includes radio waves, microwaves, infrared, and ultraviolet. It surrounds us in everyday life from various sources including cell phones, PDAs, laptops / computers, mp3 players / portable media devices, televisions, and power lines, to name a few. Radio waves and microwaves are frequently referred to as RF (radio frequency) and EMF (electromagnetic fields).

Ionizing radiation

High-energy radiation includes x-rays and gamma rays. This type of radiation is commonly known to be very dangerous even in small doses, but, luckily, is less prevalent in everyday life. Consumer anti-radiation products do not shield against this type of radiation.

40. Which does not belong to non-ionizing radiation?

A. radio frequency B. ultraviolet

C. power lines D. infrared


41. What can we infer from the text?

A. There are two basic kinds of radiation.

B. X-rays belongs to ionizing radiation.

C. Ionizing radiation is less common in daily life.

D. X-rays is more harmful than microwaves.


Text 6

From: Kalinda Lee Doe; XY Trading Co

Sent to: Springfield Middle School remodeling team members

Subject: Notice

Dear colleagues,

As you may know, John was hospitalized over the weekend for minor surgery to correct painful bone spurs. I am sorry to report that John Doe has been hospitalized for observation regarding a recurring health problem. He has been taking medication for an infection for the past few months, but the problem persists. Although his desires are to be at work, his doctor insists that he undergo more tests.

I have spoken with him and he is in great spirits, very eager to be back on his feet. He will be recuperating at his home for at least two weeks. John has indicated that he would welcome visitors, and has asked in particular that he be kept abreast of affairs in the bidding for the Springfield Middle School remodeling contract. Ever the technophile, Harold has been telecommuting from his “bedtop computer,” as he calls it.

Yours faithfully,

Kalinda Lee Doe

42. What happened to John?

A. He went through an operation to correct painful bone spurs.

B. He went through an infection for past few months.

C. He has been hospitalized.

D. He went through an accident a few months ago.


43. When will John come back to work?

A. After two weeks.

B. After a few months.

C. It’s up to doctor’s test result.

D. After surgery.


44. What’s the main purpose of this letter?

A. To inform workmate John’s condition.

B. To invite the workmates have a visit.

C. To condole John.

D. To inform the work arrangement during this period.


Text 7

My daughter was leafing through some old photo albums the other day when she laughed and pulled out an old picture to show me. There I was a skinny 12 year old with thick, bushy, brown hair. I looked down at the picture and smiled. Only one thought was on my mind: “If only I knew then what I know now.”

If I knew then what I know now. I would have danced more, laughed more, and sang more no matter who was watching. I would have not cared a bit what other people thought of me. I would have cared a whole lot more, however, about what God thought of me. I would have been fearless in showing my love, sharing my joy, and living my life.

45. Which of the following aspect is not described for the person in the old picture that the author’s daughter showed to him?

A. Figure

B. Skin

C. Age

D. Hair


46. Of all the four ideas, which won’t the author agree with?

A. One should not care what other people think of him / her.

B. One should show his / her love bravely.

C. One should only care what God thinks of him / her.

D. One should do anything regardless of who is watching.


Text 8

Dear Mr. Mirza:

Thank you for giving Excelon Travel Services the opportunity to arrange your family’s vacation travel plans. As an additional service to you, we have provided an overview of your travel and hotel arrangements (all time is local):

DateFlight No.Place / Time DepartPlace / Time Arrive

March 3CM 045San Francisco — 8:40 A.MHonolulu — 10:50 A.M.

March 10CM 1226Honolulu — 1:00 P.M.San Francisco — 8:50 P.M.

Upon your arrival at Honolulu, your rental car will be waiting for you — just go to the Fritz Rentals service desk. As we discussed, room reservations have been made at the Mahalo Hotel; directions to the hotel will be available at the car rental desk.

We pride ourselves on over twenty years of providing the highest level of customer satisfaction and would very much appreciate your feedback on your experience with Excelon Travel Services. To help us continue to improve, please visit our Web site at www.excelonts.com and fill out our customer satisfaction survey.

Once again, thank you very much for your business.

Sincerely,

Janet S. Ono

Janet S.Ono

Customer Service Associate

Excelon Travel Services

47. Why will Mr. Mirza travel to Honolulu?

A. To conduct a business transaction.

B. To attend a conference.

C. To set up a Web site.

D. To go on vacation with his family.


48. Where will Mr. Mirza get directions?

A. At the travel agency.

B. At the Fritz Rentals desk.

C. At the Mahalo Hotel.

D. At Excelon’s Web site.



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