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中公2017年国家开发银行招聘考试 真题汇编及考前预测试卷 第三版 银行招聘考试用书 4年真题+4套预测

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    书名:中公2017国家开发银行招聘考试真题汇编及密押试卷

    原价:30.00元

    作者:全国银行招聘考试编写组

    出版社:西南财经大学出版社

    出版日期:2016-5-3

    ISBN:9787550424029

    字数:685千字

    页码:331

    版次:1

    装帧:袋装

    开本:16开

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    《中公版·2017国家开发银行招聘考试:真题汇编及考前预测试卷(第3版)》认真研究了国家开发银行近几年考试真题,根据不同的真题题型、考点编写内容,使考生能够全面地了解国家开发银行考试所需的各科目知识。本书的编写目标是在尽可能短的辅导时间内让考生通过大量的题目训练全面掌握知识,在此目标下精心设置内容,以期真正做到让考生夯实基础,提升能力。

     

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    《中公版·2017国家开发银行招聘考试:真题汇编及考前预测试卷(第3版)》是全国银行招聘考试编写组精心编写而成。本书在研究近年国家开发银行真题的基础上,充分把握考试难度,精选相关的试题编辑成书。全书包括四套真题汇编和四套考前预测试卷,内容全面。使考生能够从做题中得到更全面的知识和提升,以真正满足考生的考试需求。

     

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    2016年国家开发银行招聘考试真题汇编
    第一部分  英语能力测试(限时60分钟)
    一、单项选择题(每题1分,共20题)
    1. Teachers have to constantly their knowledge in order to maintain their profes?鄄sional             .
    A. consequence     B. independence 
    C. competence      D. intelligence
    2. The lack of eco?鄄friendly habits among the public is thought to be a major              of global climate change.
    A. result       B. cause
    C. warning      D. reflection
    3. Anyway, I can’t cheat him—it’s against all my             .
    A. emotions       B. principles 
    C. regulations       D. opinions
    4. Always remember to put such dangerous things as knives out of children’s             .
    A. touch        B. sight 
    C. reach        D. distance
    5. “Tommy, run! Be quick! The house is on fire!” the mother shouted, with              clearly in her voice.
    A. anger        B. rudeness 
    C. regret        D. panic
    6. Giving up my job to go back to full?鄄time education was a big             , but now I know it was the best decision I ever made.
    A. project       B. commitment 
    C. competition      D. ambition
    7. What’s the             , in your opinion, of helping him if he doesn’t make an effort to help himself?
    A. sympathy       B. theme 
    C. object        D. point
    8. There’s a              in our office that when it’s somebody’s birthday, they bring in a cake for us all to share.
    A. tradition       B. balance 
    C. concern       D. relationship
    9. Hiking by oneself can be fun good for health. It may also be good for              building. 
    A. respect       B. friendship 
    C. reputation       D. character 
    10. From their              on the top of the TV tower visitors can have a better view of the city.
    A. stage        B. position 
    C. condition       D. situation 
    11. —He says that my new car is a              of money.
    —Don’t you think those words are just sour grapes?
    A. lack        B. load 
    C. question       D. waste
    12. The World Health Organization gave a warning to the public without any              when the virus of H1N1 hit Mexico in April 2009.
    A. delay        B. effort 
    C. schedule       D. consideration
    13. In fact,              one cause that leads to the problem.
    A. cattle is      B. cattle are 
    C. cattles are       D. the cattles are
    14. Jim is              person, everyone is willing to be              with him.
    A. so kind a; friends     B. so a kind; friends
    C. so kind a; friend    D. so a kind; friend
    15. I felt so bad all day yesterday that I decided this morning I couldn’t face              day like that. 
    A. other        B. another 
    C. the other       D. others 
    16. But the Swiss discovered long years ago that constant warfare brought them              suffering poverty.
    A. anything but     B. nothing but
    C. none other than     D. no more than
    17. When one has good health,              should feel fortunate.
    A. you        B. they 
    C. he        D. we
    18. —             have you been in Guilin? 
    —Three weeks.
    A. How soon       B. How long 
    C. How far       D. How often
    19. This restaurant wasn’t              that other restaurant we went to. 
    A. half as good as      B. as half good as
    C. as good as half     D. good as half as
    20. The British constitution is              a large extent a product of the historical events described above.
    A. within       B. to 
    C. by        D. at
    二、完形填空题(每题1.5分,共20题)
    Do people get happier or more foul?鄄tempered as they age? Stereotypes of irritable neighbors 
      21  , scientists have been trying to answer this question for decades, the results have been 
      22  . Now a study of several thousAmericans born between 1885 1980 reveals that well?鄄being   23   increases with age but overall happiness   24   when a person was born.
      25   studies that have   26   older adults with the middle?鄄aged young have sometimes found that older adults are not as happy. But these studies could not   27   whether their   28   was because of their age or because of their   29   life experience. The new study, published online January 24 in Psychological Science,   30   out the answer by examining 30 years of data on thousands of Americans, including   31   measures of mood well?鄄being, reports of job relationship success, objective measures of health.
    The researchers found, after controlling for variables   32   health, wealth, gender, ethnicity education, that well?鄄being increases over everyone’s lifetime.   33   people who have lived through extreme hardship, such as the Great Depression,   34   much less happy than those who have had more   35   lives. This finding helps to   36   why past studies have found conflicting results—experience   37  , tough times can   38   an entire generation’s happiness for the rest of their lives. The   39   news is,   40   we’ve lived through, we can all look forward to feeling more content as we age.
    21. A. aside  B. besides  C. alike   D. likely
    22. A. worrying B. revealing  C. appealing  D. conflicting
    23. A. nevertheless     B. hence    
    C. indeed      D. accordingly
    24. A. resides with     B. rests with   
    C. depends on     D. reckons on
    25. A. Preceding B. Later   C. Following  D. Previous
    26. A. related  B. compared  C. matched  D. associated
    27. A. detect  B. discover  C. derive    D. discern
    28. A. unwillingness    B. insecurity       
    C. discontent     D. incompetence
    29. A. abundant B. common  C. different  D. limited
    30. A. teased  B. ruled   C. left   D. marked
    31. A. psychological    B. biological   
    C. medical      D. physical
    32. A. along with B. such as  C. apart from  D. instead of
    33. A. But  B. Thus   C. Even   D. Then
    34. A. start on  B. start over  C. start off  D. start up
    35. A. strenuous B. comfortable  C. unstable  D. meaningful
    36. A. exhibit  B. explain  C. estimate  D. establish
    37. A. emerges B. recurs       C. expands  D. matters
    38. A. influence B. boost   C. delay   D. enrich
    39. A. surprising B. bad   C. latest   D. good
    40. A. though  B. no matter what C. while   D. no matter how
    三、阅读理解题(每题2.5分,共20题)
    Passage 1
    Two years ago, Rupert Murdoch’s daughter, Elisabeth, spoke of the “unsettling dearth of integrity across so many of our institutions”. Integrity had collapsed, she argued, because of a collective acceptance that the only “sorting mechanism” in society should be profit the market. But “it’s us, human beings, we the people who create the society we want, not profit”.
    Driving her point home, she continued: “It’s increasingly apparent that the absence of purpose, of a moral language within government, media or business could become one of the most dangerous goals for capitalism freedom.” This same absence of moral purpose was wounding companies such as News International, she thought, making it more likely that it would lose its way as it had with widespread illegal telephone hacking.
    As the hacking trial concludes—finding guilty one ex?鄄editor of the News of the World, Andy Coulson, for conspiring to hack phones, finding his predecessor, Rebekah Brooks, innocent of the same charge—the wider issue of dearth of integrity still stands. Journalists are known to have hacked the phones of up to 5,500 people. This is hacking on an industrial scale, as was acknowledged by Glenn Mulcaire, the man hired by the News of the World in 2001 to be the point person for phone hacking. Others await trial. This long story still unfolds.
    In many respects, the dearth of moral purpose frames not only the fact of such widespread phone hacking but the terms on which the trial took place. One of the astonishing revelations was how little Rebekah Brooks knew of what went on in her newsroom, how little she thought to ask the fact that she never inquired how the stories arrived. The core of her successful defence was that she knew nothing.

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