第七篇： Error Correction (15 minutes)A good way to get information for essays and
reports is to interview people who are experts in --71.
your topic or whose opinions may be interesting.
Interviews are also a good way to get a sampling of
people's opinions on various questions. Here are
some suggestions that will help you make most of a --72.
1. If the person to be interviewed (the
interviewee) is busy, cancel an appointment in --73.
2. Prepare your questions before the interview so
that you make best use of your time. In preparing
think about the topic about what the interviewer is --74.
likely to know.
3. Use your questions, but don't insist in sticking to --75.
them or proceeding in the order you have listed.
Often the interviewee will have important
information that was never occurred to you, or one --76.
question may suggest another very useful one.
4. If you don't understand something the
interviewee has said, say politely and ask him or --77.
her to clarify it or to give an example.
5. Take notes, if the interviewee goes too slowly --78.
for you, ask him or her to stop for a moment,
especially if the point is important. A tape
recorder lets you avoid this problem. Therefore, --79.
be sure the interviewee agrees to be taped.
6. As soon as possible after the interview, read
over your notes. They may need clarified while the --80.
topic is still fresh in your mind.答案：
71. in -- on
72. the (most)
73. cancel -- make
74. interviewer -- interviewee
75. in -- on
77. (say) so
78. slowly -- fast
79. Therefore -- However
80. clarified -- clarifying
第八篇： Error Correction (15 minutes)Some people, in all seriousness, say that
humans will be living in space within the next
hundred or so years. Planet Earth will be crowded,
dirty and lack of resources. A sort of exodus --71.
of mankind will begin.
Spaceships will be assembled so that they
revolve around the earth. Some may orbit around
Mars. These space stations will be serviced by
space buses. We saw the first space bus launch in --72.
April 1981. This was "Columbia", it made several --73.
orbits around the earth and then returned, landing
on a huge dry lake bed in California. "Columbia"
will be used again. Previous spaceships have
been abandoned, only the nose cone being used
to bring the crews back to earth. --74.
Upon established, each space station will --75.
generate its own atmosphere and have its own
agriculture. It will need to rotation to provide --76.
an artificial gravity; people will be forced inwards --77.
from the center by centrifugal force.
The moon and Mars could become new sources of
new materials. Driving through space will no --78.
longer need Earth fuel- the energy would come
from the sun. This energy would be converted from --79.
electricity to work magnetic rockets.
That all sounds quite fantastically but, with --80.
the rapid development of moderns technology, who
knows about what the future holds?答案：