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I was born and raised in Minnesota,the U...

I was born and raised in Minnesota,the USA,but as an adult I have mostly lived in Europe and Africa.I teach cross-cultural management at the International Business School near Paris.For the last 15 years,I’ve studied how people in different parts of the world build trust,communicate,and make decisions especially in the workplace.

While traveling in Tokyo recently with Japanese colleague,I gave a short talk to a group of 20 managers.At the end,I asked whether there were any questions or comments.No hands went up,so I went to sit down.My colleague whispered to me,“I think there actually were some comments,Erin.Do you mind if I try?”I agreed,but I guessed it a waste of breath.He asked the group again,“Any comments or questions?”

Still,no one raised a hand,but this time he looked very carefully at each person in the silent audience.Gesturing to one of them,he said,“Do you have something to add?”To my amazement,she responded “Yes,thank you.”and asked me a very interesting question.My colleague repeated this several times,looking directly at the audience and asking for more questions or comments.

After the session,I asked my colleague,“how do you know that those people had questions?”He hesitated,not sure how to explain it,and then said,“It has to do with how bright their eyes are.”

He continued,“In Japan,we don’t make as much direct eye contact as you do in the West.So when you asked if there were any comments,most people were not looking directly at you.But a few people in the group were looking right at you,and their eyes were bright.That indicates that they would be happy to have you call on them.”

I thought to myself I would never have learned from my upbringing in Minnesota.Since then,I try to focus on understanding behavior in other cultures I encounter,and keep finding the bright eyes in the room.

1.What can we conclude from the first paragraph?

A. Life in Minnesota has made the author worn out.

B. The author enjoys traveling around the world.

C. Different cultures are kind of familiar to the author.

D. The author may start his own business in the future.

2.Hearing the colleague whispering,the author________.

A. went back to his seat and got seated

B. knew his colleague had some questions

C. owed a big debt of gratitude to his colleague

D. thought his colleague would get nowhere

3.Where does the author’s colleague probably come from?

A. America.    B. Africa.

C. Japan.    D. France


1.C 2.D 3.C 【解析】本文通过作者去日本讲学的经历,说明了这样一个道理,不同文化背景下的行为表现方式是不同的,要区别对待。 1.细节理解题。由I was born and raised in Minnesota,the USA,but as an adult I have mostly lived in Europe and Africa.I teach cros...

A university in southwest China's Chongqing City set up a reading room as part of a campaign(活动)that stops students from taking their mobile phones with them in case the device distracts(使分心)them from concentrating on their studies.

Reportedly a student named Hu Xiaopeng participating in the campaign studied 530 minutes without using his mobile phone.Unlike Hu,another one picked up his mobile phone in less than 20 minutes.“Having seen many students use their mobile phones in the library,a habit that shortens their study time and negatively impacts their learning,we decided to open this reading room,”said Zhang Shuran,the person responsible for the project at the university.

Zhang added that students can keep their phones in appointed bags with numbers on them.The hags are placed on a desk near the door of the reading room."Staff members at the reading room will check the phones when there's a call,"said Zhang,adding that they will inform students when their parents or teachers call them,but will not tell students if an unknown person is calling or when there is a text message.Based on the time students hand in their phones when they come to the reading room and the time they get them back when they leave the room,Hu Xiaopeng from College of Animal Science and Technology of the university set a record of the longest time.Hu spent 530 minutes studying without using his phone.Though feeling somewhat surprised,Hu said,"It's bad to keep mobile phone with you when you are reading or studying."

The campaign has attracted nearly 200 students since it was launched a week ago.Some Internet users praised the campaign.One user named Liu Jingchang said,"It's good.I don’t bring my phone when going to the library in case I get distracted."

1.Why is the reading room opened in Chongqing City?

A. To prevent students using mobile phones in the library.

B. To help students focus on their studies.

C. To prevent the mobile phones from being stolen.

D. To encourage students to read more books.

2.What can we infer from Paragraph 3?

A. The bags are on the desk near the students.

B. The time when the mobile phones are put in the bags is recorded.

C. The student will be informed if a stranger calls him.

D. Hu Xiaopeng thinks the campaign is a bad idea.

3.What is the attitude of the students toward the reading room?

A. Cautious.    B. Supportive.

C. Doubtful.    D. Anxious.

4.What is the best title for the passage?

A. New methods to attract students to read.

B. The harm of mobile phones.

C. A student studying nearly nine hours without using the mobile phone.

D. Students are encouraged to study with their mobile phones.



Can you imagine a world without chocolate? It's not something I'd 1ike to doso I was relieved to read that there’s a university with a program me to safeguard the future of chocolate!

The University of Readingin Englandhas just opened a new clearing house for all the world’s new cocoa varietiesThey must be quarantined(隔离检疫)before they can be grownWhy? Cocoa production hit a record high of 44 million tons last year but about 30of the precious crop is regularly lost to pests and diseasesNow we don’t want thatdo we?

Demand for chocolate has been increasing faster than the world supply of cocoa and researchers think that new varieties are key to solving this problem

The University of Reading has been protecting the quality of the new crops since 1985after it took over the task from the Royal Botanical Gardens in KewLondonAnd it has improved its facilitiesThe leader of the institution’s cocoa projectProfessor Paul Hadleysays“One of the main issues concerning cocoa improvement is the supply of reliably cleanhealthyinteresting cocoa material

The cocoa centre has a collection of 400 plant varieties and their greenhouse uses a lot of  energy to keep them in tropical conditionsAfter up to two years in quarantineclean and safe  seeds are sent to some 20 countriesincluding several in West AfricaThat’s where 75of the  cocoa used for chocolate worldwide comes fromThe crop is extremely important for the local  economyit employs about two million people.

Professor Hadley says he works with a small team of skilled technicians who look after the collectionAnd more of us seem to count on them now

The scientist says“there is some concern within the industry that demand is increasing  constantlyparticularly in countries like Chinawhere the standard of living is increasing and  people are getting a taste for different chocolates

1.What is the text mainly about?

A. Safeguarding cocoa seeds

B. Planting cocoa worldwide

C. Keeping cocoa in greenhouse

D. Finding the new market for cocoa

2.The institution’s cocoa project is to_______

A. have cocoa skin removed

B. offer more jobs to people

C. ensure the quality of cocoa

D. supply cocoa for two million people

3.What does the last paragraph tell us?

A. The taste of chocolates is changing

B. Demand for cocoa is increasing fast

C. People are concerned about cocoa varieties

D. Chinese have a long history of eating chocolates

4.What’s the purpose of the text?

A. To educate.    B. To advertise

C. To warn.    D. To inform



Welcome to the Electronic Village to explore new ways of language teaching and learning.

Electronic Village Program(Thursday, June 18, 2015


9:00 am to 10:00 am

Room 501

Nearpod is a software program that creates a rich context (语境) for students to learn vocabulary. The presenter will show how to use it.


2:00 pin to 3:00 pm

Room 502

Our students come from different backgrounds but have the same desire to learn on-line. The presenter will use examples from his first on-line class to explain how any teacher can begin teaching on-line with TEO.


10:30 am to 11:30 am

Room 601

Kahoot software can be used to create grammar tests which can be graded on a network. It can provide students with instant feedback (反馈),  including reports about their strengths and weaknesses.


3:30 pm to 4:20 pm

Room 602

Uses of Prezi in listening and speaking courses draw students' attention to speaking more fluently. The presenter will show how students can use Prezi to confidently present on a variety of topics, including introducing family, friends, and hobbies.



1.Nearpod can be used to ______.

A. offer grammar tests    B. teach listening on-line

C. help vocabulary learning    D. gain fluency in speaking

2.If you want to improve your speaking skills, you can go to____________.

A. Room 501    B. Room 502    C. Room 601    D. Room 602

3.Which of the following can assess your grammar learning?

A. Nearpod.    B. Kahoot.    C. TEO.    D. Prezi.

4.A teacher who wants to learn on-line teaching ia expected to arrive by ______.

A. 9:00 am    B. 10:30 am    C. 2:00 pm    D. 3:30 pm









Dear Tim,

I am glad to hear that you will be a senior student…









Li Hua








I was sitting at my favorite table in a restaurant on last Sunday waiting for the food I had ordered to arrive. I suddenly found that Lin Ling, one of my classmate, worked as a waitress there. Honest speaking, it was great surprise for me to find her working there. As far as I know, she’s from a richer family. What made her work there? I walked up to her but asked her the reason. When asking, she said, “I just want to earn some pocket money so that we can help some children in poor areas go back to school.” How a good girl! I should learn from her.


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