第一篇： Error Correction (15 minutes) Most studies suggest that when women and men do the
same job and have the experience, pay rates tend to be
similar. Most of the dollar differences stem from fact that -------71.
women tend to be more recently employed and have more -------72.
years on the job. Whether women who have started a career
will attain pay equality with men rest on at least two factors. -------73.
First, will most of them continue part time at their jobs after -------74.
they have children? A break in their employment, or a decision -------75.
to work part time, will slow its raises and promotions
because it would for men. Second, will male-dominated -------76.
companies elevate women to higher-paid jobs at the different -------77.
rate as they elevate men? On some fields, this had clearly not -------78.
happened. Many men, for example, have committed their -------79.
lives to teaching careers, yet relative few have become -------80.
principals or headmasters.答案：
71. from fact -> from the fact
72. recently -> frequently
73. rest -> rests
74. part -> full
75. its -> their
76. because -> as
77. different -> same
78. On -> In
79. men -> women
80. relative -> relatively第二篇： Error Correction (15 minutes)Time spent in a bookstore can be enjoyable, if --71.
you are a book-lover or merely there to buy a book a
present. You may even have entered the shop
just to find shelters away a sudden shower. --72.
Whatever the reasons, you can soon become totally
unaware of your surroundings. The desire to pick
up a book with an attractive dust jacket is
irresistible, even this method of selection ought --73.
not to be followed, as you might end up with a
rather bored book. You soon become engrossed in --74.
some book or other, and usually it is only much
later that you realise you have spent far much --75.
time there and must dash off to keep some forgotten
appointment -- without buying a book, of course.This opportunity to escape the realities of
everyday life is, I think, the main attraction of a
bookshop. There are not many places where it is
impossible to do this. A music shop is very much --76.
like a bookshop. You can wander round such places
to your heart's content. If it is a good shop, no
assistant will approach to you with the inevitable --77.
greeting: "Can I help you, Sir?" You needn't buy
anything if you don't want. In a bookshop an
assistant should remain the background until you --78.
have finished browsing. Then, only then, are his
services necessary. Of course, you may want to
find out where a particular section is, since when he --79.
has led you there, the assistant should retire
discreetly and look as he is not interested in --80.
selling a single book.答案：
71. if -- whether
72. (away) from
73. (even) although
74. bored -- boring
75. (far) too
76. impossible -- possible
78. (remain) in
79. since -- but
80. (as) if