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乐白家手机客户端:记者团及时为您汇总2010年

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    2013年6月大学英语六级考试已结束,本次考试为多题多卷,新浪教育[微博]频道第一时间收集整理不同版本试题,供考生参考,以下为六级快速阅读参考答案汇总(考试吧版):

PartⅠ作文 How should Parents Help Children to Be independent?

  2013年6月英语四级真题及答案解析

  2013年6月英语六级《快速阅读》答案(卷一)

1、目前不少父母为孩子包办一切

The number of guys who marked that book on Douban shotting skyward since December, 2014. As one answer @zhihu.com talked about the rich's methodology. Major in economics and finance in college, curious about almost all the financial publications. So, could not help taking a look and having a read.

  Part I Writing

  Part I Writing

2、为了孩子独立,父母应该…… 范文1: How should parents help children to be independent? Nowadays, there’s an increasing number of household in China that has an only one child. Most of parents Love and care for children so much that children has less chances to deal with problems by themselves. Consequently, children get used to depending on their parents in everything and lack of ability to solve problems independently, which is bad for their growing. There are some effective ways for parents to help their children be independent. To start with, parents should give their children more chances to experience the world and life around them. Thus their children can enhance the capability to overcome the difficulties and handle problems independently. In addition, parents should offer enough assistance when their children need some instructions and advices. In this way, they depend on their parents in a right way and can solve problems independently when they face the same one next time. Last but not least, parents should allow their children to make decisions independently. Children would improve the ability to deal with the problems they are confronted with in their life. From the above discussion, I strongly believe that parent should help their children be independent by instructing them in a proper way rather than planning and considering everything for them. It’s children who decide their future and fate, so it would be beneficial for them to live independently with some proper instructions of their parents. 范文2: How Should Parents Help Children to be Independent Nowadays, there is a growing concern over such a phenomenon, that is, some parents take care of almost everything concerned with their children, including study, work, marriage. Some parents believe that this is love, however, it is only to destroy children’s independence thoroughly. For the future of the next generation, more efforts should be made by parents to help their children to be independent. The fundamental one is to cultivate the awareness, namely, the importance and necessity of being independent, which is supposed to begin from childhood. Children should be taught that no one can be stronger and more helpful than themselves in this world. The quality of independence is so indispensable for us that parents had better act as a tutor, not a dictator. And only with parent’s trust, can the next generation accumulate confidence step by step. 范文3: how shuould parents help children to be independent? There is no denying the fact that independence plays an increasingly important part in our daily life and we can’t help asking such a question: how should parents help children to be independent? To begin with, it is imperative that parents provide opportunities to children and allow them to participate in the social games which contribute to the independence of the children. What’s more, under the excessive care and protection of parents, these children are lack of the ability to overcome the difficulties that abound in their real life. Therefore, it’s a must for parents to cultivate the independence which helps their children easily conquer and frustration and depression. To conclude, it's essential for us to dispose of the problem of children’s independence timely and effectively. Parents should help children develop strong independence and the abilities needed in the future. Only in this way can they be ready to confront any challenges in the society of fierce competition. 范文4: How Should Parents Help Children to Be Independent? Today in China, many families have only one child. So the children usually doted upon by all family members. Gradually some of them get used to depending on their parents and family members, as a result they lack the ability to face their lives by themselves. There are some ways to help children to be independent. First, the child should have a chance to see the world around him individually to understand that there are various people and competitions in their lives, and learn to find his right position in the society only by individual efforts. Second, it is impossible to ask a child not to depend on parents at once.The parents may give the child enough help and space to make him feel comfortable. A child needs help from their families. Because without any help, the child may lose his faith. Thirdly, parents can help their children make their own decisions, which can challenge his ability to deal with problems. A child should be praised when he is successful or encouraged when he fails. To be independent is vital for the children, because no parents can go with their children for the whole life. Only an independent person can live and enjoy a full and meaningful life.

While opening it, great gain from the author. He gave me vivid descriptions of those who travelled the sidewalk, slowlane and fastlane. Especially the perception and symptoms of sidewalker, are extremely familiar, really like few guys around me. Unfortunately, sometimes I  also could not control myself to that kind of instant gratification like the guys I mentioned. Ironically, pleasant todays turn into horrible tomorrows. Sidewalker has no financial plan and is only concerned with the pleasures of today, often governed by instant gratification. While the Sidewalk is a chronic lifestyle that mortgages the future for a pleasurable today, the Slowlane is the antithesis: a sacrifice of today in the hopes of a brighter and freer tomorrow. While the fastlane achieve financial freedom eventually.

  Return to the society

  Science creates the future

Part II 快速阅读 1. A) People instinctively seek nature in different ways 2. D) Things that are purchased 3. B) More access to nature makes children less likely to fall ill 4. D) are less likely to be involved in bullying 5. B) provide more green spaces for children 6. B) They enjoy a life of better quality 7. C) access to nature contributes to the reduction of violence 8. separable 9. the wild world 10. harmony

Additionally, the author told me the process is more important than the final event, always taking a long-term look and work for the future.

  Part II Reading comprehension (Skimming and Scanning)

  Part II Reading comprehension (Skimming and Scanning)

Part Ⅲ 听力 Section A 11.C)She enjoys staying in Washington。 12.C)The director’s opinion of her work。 13.D)Avoid excessive physical training。 14.C)Whether she can travel by air。 15.B)The woman violated traffic regulations。 16.B)Have someone repair the refrigerator。 17.A)He can finally do what he has dreamed of。 18.B)She got hurt in an accident yesterday。 19.A)She was a witness to the crime。 20.B)A tall man with dark hair and a moustache。 21.D)Identify the suspects for pictures。 22.C)By reading a newspaper ad。 23.A)She would work close to her family。 24.B)Working as a secretary。 25.A)Send in a written application as soon as possible。 Section B 26.D)They mistake the firefighters for monsters。 27.A)He often teaches children what to do during a fire。 28.D)He saved the life of his brother choking on food。 29.D)Informative speeches can save lives。 30.C)To make money for early retirement。 31.A)They may have to continue to work in old age 32.B)Making wise use of your time。 33.C)Innocent people being suspected groundlessly。 34.D)Allowing only two students to enter at a time。 35.B)He was closely watched。 Section C Writing keeps us in touch with other people.We write to communicate with relatives and friends. We write to preserve our family histories so our children and grandchildren can learn and appreciate their heritage. With computers and Internet connections in so many households, colleges, and businesses, people are e-mailing friends and relatives all the time -- or talking to them in writing in online chat rooms. It is cheaper than calling long distance, and a lot more convenient than waiting until Sunday for the telephone rates to drop. Students are e-mailing their professors to receive and discuss their classroom assignments and to submitthem. They are e-mailing classmates to discuss and collaborate on homework. They are also sharing information about concerts and sports events, as well as jokes and their philosophies of life. Despite the growing importance of computers, however, there will always be a place and need for the personal letter. A hand-written note to a friend or a family member is the best way to communicate important thoughts. No matter what the content of the message, its real point is, "I want you to know that I care about you." This writing practice brings rewards that can’t be seen in bank accounts, but only in the success of human relationships.

One more thing, he inspired me to rethink the choice of entrepreneurship. After reading that book, it' s time to reevaluate it and shift gears ~Never consume my most precious asset: time.

  1. What is the reason that we fail to attend to our family financial well-being?

  What do we know for sure about Chris Brown and Rihanna according to the first paragraph?

Part Ⅳ 阅读 Section A 选词填空 47. M) raised 48. L) psychological 49. E) contributions 50. A) abilities 51. B) achieve 52. N) smart 53. I) extent

And here's part of the notes~

  [D] We think it needn’t be dealt with immediately.

  [C] Rihanna has accused Chris Brown of abusing her。

  1. J) indicates 55. G) essentially 56. H) eventually Section B 仔细阅读 57-61:C A B D A 62-66: D B A A B

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  2. We work out a budget in order to.

  2. What does the author suggest we do when teaching children about domestic violence?

Part Ⅴ 完型填空 67,D came out 68,D more 69,D by 70,A almost 71,B developed 72,C growth 73,B lead 74,A pressure 75,B services 76,B into 77,C driven 78,C wealth 79,C unless 80,D expand 81,C at 82,C common 83,A major 84,D trend 85,C but 86,B possibilities

#D1

  [A] avoid unnecessary spending

  [A] Spend some time to expose some myths。

Part Ⅵ 翻译 87. To ensure that he attends the meeting 88. is said to have been built 89. without the unique environment of the earth 90. What impressed the tourists most 91. I return the book to the library

1、It's indicative of a dream lifestyle that most people conceive as incomprehensible. You can live rich,retire four decades early, and live a life that most can't.

  3. What is the advantage of the retirement savings?

  3. According to the passage, when discussing about domestic violence, we should 。

附:听力原文 Section A 短对话 (11~18) 11. M: Oh my god! The heat is simply unbearable here. I wish we’ve gone to the beach instead. W: Well, with the museums and restaurants in Washington I’ll be happy here no matter what the temperature. Q:What does the woman mean? 12. M: How’s the new job going? W: Well, I’m learning a lot of new things, but I wish the director would give me some feedback. Q:What does the woman want to know? 13. M: Can you help me work out a physical training program John? W: Sure, but whatever you do be careful not to overdo it. Last time I had two weeks’ worth of weight-lifting in three days and I hurt myself. Q: What does the man suggest the woman do? 14. M: I have an elderly mother and I’m worried about her going on a plane. Is there any risk? W: Not if her heart is all right. If she has a heart condition, I’d recommend against it. Q: What does the man want to know about his mother? 15. M: Why didn’t you stop when we first signaled you at the crossroads? W: Sorry, I was just a bit absent-minded. Anyway, do I have to pay a fine? Q: what do we learn from the conversation? 16. M: I’m no expert, but that noise in your refrigerator doesn’t sound right. Maybe you should have it fixed. W: You’re right. And I suppose I’ve put it off long enough. Q: What will the woman probably do? 17. M: I did extremely well on the sale of my downtown apartment. Now, I have enough money to buy that piece of land I’ve had my eye on and build a house on it. W: Congratulations!Does that mean you’ll be moving soon? Q: What do we learn about the man from the conversation? 18. W: My hand still hurts from the fall on the ice yesterday. I wonder if I broke something. M: I’m no doctor, but it’s not black and blue or anything. Maybe you just need to rest it for a few days. Q: what do we learn about the woman from the conversation? 长对话 M: Mrs. Dawson, thanks very much for coming down to the station. I just like to go over some of the things that you told police officer Parmer at the bank. W: All right. M: Well, could you describe the man who robbed the bank for this report that we’re filling out here? Now, anything at all that you can remember would be extremely helpful to us. W: Well, just, I can only remember basically what I said before. M: That’s all right. W: The man was tall, six foot, and he had dark hair, and he had moustache. M: Very good. All right, did he have any other distinguishing marks? W: Um, no, none that I can remember. M: Do you remember how old he was by any chance? W: Well, I guess around 30, maybe younger, give or take a few years. M: Mm, all right. Do you remember anything about what he was wearing? W: Yes, yes, he had on a dark sweater, a solid color. M: OK. Um, anything else that strikes you at the moment? W: I remember he was wearing a light shirt under the sweater. Yes, yes. M: All right. Mrs. Dawson, I really appreciate what you’ve been through today. I’m just going to ask you to look at some photographs before you leave if you don’t mind. It won’t take very long. Can you do that for me? W: Oh, of course. M: Would you like to step this way with me, please? W: OK, sure. M: Thank you. Questions 19 to 21 are based on the conversation you have just heard. 19. What do we learn about the woman? 20. What did the suspect look like? 21. What did the man finally asked the woman to do? 长对话 W: Good morning, I’m calling about the job that was in the paper last night. M: Well, could you tell me your name? W: Candidate Foreset. M: Oh yes. What exactly is it that interests you about the job? W: Well, I thought it was just right for me. M: Really? Um… Could you tell me a little about yourself? W: Yes. I’m 23. I’ve been working abroad. M: Where exactly have you been working? W: In Geneva. M: Oh, Geneva. And what were you doing there? W: Secretarial work. Previous to that, I was at university. M: Which university was that? W: The University of Manchester. I’ve got a degree in English. M: You said you’ve been working in Geneva. Do you have any special reason for wanting to come back? W: I thought it would be nice to be near to the family. M: I see, and how do you see yourself developing in this job? W: Well, I’m ambitious. I do hope that my career as a secretary will lead me eventually into management. M: I see. You have foreign languages? W: French and Italian. M: Well, I think the best thing for you to do is do reply a writing to the advertisement. W: Can’t I arrange for an interview now? M: Well, I’m afraid we must wait until all the applications are in, in writing, and then decide on the short list. If you are on the short list, of course we should see you. W: Oh, I see. M: I look forward to receiving your application in writing in a day or two. W: Oh, yes, yes, certainly. M: Ok, thank you very much. Goodbye. W: Thank you. Goodbye. Questions 22 to 25 are based on the conversation you have just heard. 22. How did the woman get to know about the job vacancy? 23. Why did the woman find the job appealing? 24. What had the woman been doing in Geneva? 25. What was the woman asked to do in the end? Section B Passage One One of the greatest heartbreaks for fire fighters occurs when they fail to rescue a child from a burning building because the child, frightened by smoke and noise, hides under a bed or in a closet and is later found dead. Saddest of all is when children catch a glimpse of the masked the fire fighter but hide because they think they have seen a monster. To prevent such tragedies, fire fighter Eric Velez gives talks to children in his community, explaining that they should never hide during a fire. He displays fire fighters’ equipment, including the oxygen mask, which he encourages his listeners to play with and put on. “If you see us,” Velez tells them, “don’t hide! We are not monsters. We have come to rescue you.” Velez gives his presentations in English and Spanish. Growing up in San Francisco, he learnt Spanish from his immigrant parents. Velez and other fire fighters throughout North America, who give similar presentations, will never know how many lives they save through their talks. But it’s a fact that informative speaking saves lives. For example, several months after listening to an informative speech, Pete Gentry in North Carolina rescued his brother who is choking on food, by using the method taught by student speaker, Julie Paris. In addition to saving lives, informative speakers help people learn new skills, solve problems and acquire fascinating facts about the exciting world in which they live. 26 Why do some children trapped in a burning building hide from masked fire fighters? 27 What does the passage tell us about fire fighter Eric Velez? 28 What do we learn about Pete Gentry? 29 What message is the speaker trying to convey? Passage Two Some people want to make and save a lot of money in order to retire early. I see people pursuing higher paying and increasingly demanding careers to accomplish this goal. They make many personal sacrifices in exchange for income today. The problem is that tomorrow might not come. Even if it all goes according to plan, will you know how to be happy when you are not working if you spend your entire life making money? More importantly, who will be around for you to share your leisure time with? At the other extreme are people who live only for today. Why bother saving when I might not be here tomorrow, they argue. The danger of this approach is that tomorrow may come after all. And most people don't want to spend all their tomorrows working for a living. The earlier neglect of saving, however, makes it difficult not to work when you are older. You maybe surprise to hear me say that if you must pick an extreme I think it's better to pick the spend-all approach. As long as you don't mind continuing to work, assuming your health allows, you should be OK. At least, you are making use of your money, and hopefully deriving value and pleasure from it. Postponing doing what you love and being with people you love until retirement can be a mistake. It may never come. Retirement can be a great time for some people. For others, it is a time of boredom, loneliness and poor health. 30 Why do some people pursue higher paying but demanding careers? 31 What is the danger facing people who live only for today? 32 What does the speaker seem to advocate? Passage Three Imagine that someone in your neighborhood broke the law, and the judge put the whole neighborhood under suspicion. How fair will that be? Well, it happens everyday to high schoolers. Just because some students have stolen things in shops, all of us are treated like thieves. Even though I’d never steal. Store employees looked at me like I’m some kind of hardened criminal. For example, during one lunch period, my friend Denny and I went to the Graben Gore Restaurant to have a hot dog. We arrived to find a line of students waiting outside. A new sign in the window told the story. “No more than two students at a time”. After 15 minutes, we finally got in. But the store manger laid the evil eye on us. I asked him about the new sign, and he said, “You kids are stealing too much stuff.” You kids? Too much stuff? We were not only assumed to be thieves, but brilliant, greedy thieves. The most annoying thing though, is the way employees watched my friends and me. It’s horrible. Once, at a drug store, I was looking around and found a guy standing on a large box, stocking the shelves. He was watching my hands, more than he was watching his own. I showed him that my hands were empty. He got down off his box and rushed off, as if he was going to get the store manger. How crazy is that! 33. What does the speaker find to be unfair? 34. What measure did the Graben Gore Restaurant take to stop stealing? 35. What happened in a drug store that greatly annoyed the speaker? Section C见上。

2、I get paid and I do not have to work. I'm a normal guy living an abnormal life.

  [B] Employees can get money as the retirement savings from their employers.

  [D] avoid referring to it as being provoked

3、If you want to keep getting what you're getting, keep doing what you're doing.

  4. It’s good for us to have some cash on hand to.

  4. “violent fight” is different from domestic violence in that 。

4、The real golden  years of life are when you're young, sentient, and vibrant.

  [C] cope with sudden and serious situations

  [B] the former is two-sided while the latter is one-sided

5、Normal is not something to aspire to, it's something to get away from.

  5. Which group of people is advised to hold a health insurance?

  5. The author suggests that in most domestic-abuse cases, women return home after the abuse because 。

6、The dream to be young and live the life—to own the exotic cars, to own the dream house, to have free time to travel and pursue your dreams.

  [D] Those who are less than 65 years old.

  [B] they are too scared of men’s power to leave

7、As a teenager, I never gave myself a chance of becoming wealthy young. "Wealth +youth"was an equation that didn't compute simply because I didn't have the physical capabilities. Common roads to wealth for the young are competitive and require talent; become an actor, a musician, an entertainer or a pro athlete—all roads that had a big"ROAD CLOSED" sign that laughed, “Not a chance!”

  6. The money you get from the disability insurance through the employee benefits plan is

  6. From what singer Kanye West said, we know that 。

8、So, early in life, I conceded. I gave up on my dreams. “Get Rich Slow” made it abundantly clear: Go to school, get a job, settle for less, sacrifice, be miserly and quit dreaming about financial freedom, mountainside homes, and exotic cars. But I still dreamed. It’s what teenage boys do. For me, it was all about the cars—specifically, the Lamborghini Countach.

  [A] not enough for a decent living

  [D] he forgave Chris Brown’s deed

9、From that point forward, things changed.The Lamborghini encounter lasted 90 seconds, but transcended a lifetime of new beliefs, directions, and choices.

  7. What can a life insurance do to a child?

  7. What can be described as an accident or a mistake according to the author?

10、I decided that I would someday own a Lamborghini and I would do it while I was young.

  [B] It offers timely money for the funeral if the child dies.

  [B] Taking the gas for the brake killing a cat。

11、I wanted to be rich young, not old.

  8. According to Karin Barkhorn, the government has to decide how to arrange a person’s assets if he dies without a will.

  8. According to experts, in domestic violence, abusers’attacks tend to be intensifying 。

#D2

  9. Once a person loses the ability to do things, a living will is a reliable document for required medical measures.

  9. What makes those abused stay with their abusive partners is the horrible cycle of emotional dependence, shame and fear 。

1、Little did I know what lay ahead—the roadblocks, the detours, and the mistakes.

  10. Under your durable power of attorney, if you are unable, a person can be given the authority to make financial decisions for you.

  10. Women would criticize their own behavior when explaining why they are abused by their lovers。

2、College was a five-year prenatal employee brainwashing with graduation as the overrated climax. I viewed college as indoctrination into corporate droneship; an unfulfilled marriage between me and a life of jobs, bosses, and being overworked and underpaid.

 

  2013年6月英语六级《快速阅读》答案(卷二)

3、It put me at the forefront of an unsolved need that needed a solution.

  Part I Writing

4、It didn’t feel like work; in fact, I enjoyed it. I didn’t have a job; I had a passion to make a difference. Thousands of people benefited from something I created, which addicted me to the process.I made a difference!

  Control traffic

5、Fast wealth is created exponentially, not linearly.

  Part II Reading comprehension (Skimming and Scanning)

6、Millionaires Are Forged by Process, Not by Events.

  1. What does the woman feel about the beauty in the picture?

7、All self-made multimillionaires create their wealth by a carefully orchestrated process. They have and use the entire formula. Despite what you may have read or heard, wealth is not an event.Process makes millionaires, and the events you see and hear are the results of that process.

  [C] Make-up can turn the ugly to be the beauty。

8、The sale of my company climaxed in an event, but its fruition was carved by process. All events of wealth are preceded by process, a backstory of trial, risk, hard work, and sacrifice.

  2. What do women tend to do nowadays to care for their skins?

9、If you try to skip process, you’ll never experience events.

  [C] They tend to try natural vegetable on the face。

10、Unfortunately, as a media-driven, “I want it now” society, we spotlight and glorify the event, but usher the process behind the woodshed, carefully drying its sweat from the public cognition.

  3. What is the skincare function of cucumber according to the woman?

11、However, if you search long and hard, you can always find the process, buried in another story or in the trailing paragraphs that glorify the event.

  [D] It is effective in tightening the skin。

12、When you make your first million, it will be because of process and not some clandestine happenstance that just happened to waltz across your path. Process is the road trip to wealth: The destination shines as an event, but it’s found by process.

  4. What does the woman suggest the man do?

13、Success demands your focused exercise into the journey and the tools of that journey (process) as opposed to the destination (event).

  [B] Try some herbal plants。

14、Speed is execution and your ability to go from idea to implementation.

  5. Why are flavorings added to the paste?

15、Events are by-products of process.

  [B] To give it a particular taste。

16、Your current financial situation is a product of your existing roadmap, whether chosen or not. Your roadmap guides your actions, and the consequences of those actions have created your financial life. How your life unfolds is determined by your choices, and these choices originate from your belief systems, and those belief systems evolve from your predisposed roadmap. If you want to change your life, change your choices.To change your choices you must change your belief system. Your belief system is defined by your roadmap.Beliefs are powerful mechanisms that drive action, whether true or not.

  6. What would be a good reason for buying the product?

#D3

  [A] It’s healthy food。

  1. Each roadmap contains key mindsets that act as signposts, or “mindposts,” that provide direction and guide actions, just like a roadmap. Those mindposts are:

  7. When will the new product be available?

Debt Perception

  [C] In about two years。

Does debt control you or do you control your debt?

  8. One thing that most touched my heart was that she would go to whoever was sick and just be with them。

Time Perception

  9. When I looked at her and said “Bad girl,” She looked down at the ground and then went and hid. I saw a tear in her eyes。

How is your time valued and treated? Abundant? Fleeting? Inconsequential?

  10. People would stop and ask if they could pet her. Of course she’d let anyone pet her. She was just the most lovable dog。

Education Perception

  2013年6月英语六级《快速阅读》答案(卷三)

What role does education have in your life?

    Part I Writing

Money Perception

  Science creates the future

What is money’s role in your life? Is money a tool or a toy? Plentiful or scarce?

  Part II Reading comprehension (Skimming and Scanning)

Primary Income Source

  1. “violent fight” is different from domestic violence in that 。

What is your primary means of creating income?

  [B] the former is two-sided while the latter is one-sided

Primary Wealth Accelerator

  2. From what singer Kanye West said, we know that 。

How are you accelerating your net worth and creating wealth? Or are you?

  [D] he forgave Chris Brown’s deed

Wealth Perception

  3. The author suggests that in most domestic-abuse cases, women return home after the abuse because 。

How do you define wealth?

  [B] they are too scared of men’s power to leave

Wealth Equation

  4. What can be described as an accident or a mistake according to the author?

What is your mathematical plan for accumulating wealth? What wealth equation defines the physics of your wealth universe?

  [B] Taking the gas for the brake killing a cat。

Destination

  5. What do we know for sure about Chris Brown and Rihanna according to the first paragraph?

Is there a destination?If so, what does it look like?

  [C] Rihanna has accused Chris Brown of abusing her。

Responsibility &Control

  6. What does the author suggest we do when teaching children about domestic violence?

Are you in control of your life and your financial plan?

  [A] Spend some time to expose some myths。

Life Perception

  7. According to the passage, when discussing about domestic violence, we should 。

How do you live your life? Do you plan for the future? Forsake today for tomorrow? Or tomorrow for today?

  [D] avoid referring to it as being provoked

2.Most people are lifelong Sidewalkers, followers of the Sidewalk Roadmap. The Sidewalk is the plan most followed, a contract for a pleasurable today in lieu of a more secure tomorrow. A Sidewalker’s financial destination doesn’t exist. The plan is to have no plan. Surplus money is immediately spent on the next great gadget, the next trip, the next newer car, the next fashionable styles, or the next hot fad. Sidewalkers are carelessly trapped in a"lifestyle Servitude" fed by an urgent, insatiable need for pleasure, image, and instant gratification. This perpetuates a cascading cycle that spins faster every month, increasing the velocity of the burden, forever enslaving the Sidewalker to their job or their business.

  8. What makes those abused stay with their abusive partners is the horrible cycle of emotional dependence, shame and fear 。

The Sidewalk is the road most traveled because it’s the path of least resistance. Its siren song is instant gratification, and money is a hot potato that’s quickly exchanged for the latest fix of the day. Want to witness how Sidewalkers live and think? Watch the television show Judge Judy for a few hours.

  9. Women would criticize their own behavior when explaining why they are abused by their lovers。

Debt Perception

  10. According to experts, in domestic violence, abusers’attacks tend to be intensifying 。

Credit allows me to buy things now! Credit cards, consolidation loans, car payments—these supplement my income and help me enjoy life today! If I want it now,I’m going to get it now.

    2013年6月英语六级《快速阅读》答案(卷四)

Time Perception

  Part I Writing

Time is abundant and I spend money like there’s no tomorrow. Heck, I could be dead in two weeks, and you can’t take it with you!

  Control traffic

Education Perception

  Part II Reading comprehension (Skimming and Scanning)

I finished school when I graduated, hooray!

  1. From what singer Kanye West said, we know that 。

Money Perception

  [D] he forgave Chris Brown’s deed

If you got it,flaunt it! Why save for a rainy day? I spend every dime I earn a most of my bills are paid on time; isn’t that being fiscally responsible?

  2. “violent fight” is different from domestic violence in that 。

Primary Income Source

  [B] the former is two-sided while the latter is one-sided

Whatever gig pays the most is what I will do. I chase money baby! It’s all about the Benjamins!

  3. What can be described as an accident or a mistake according to the author?

Primary Wealth Accelerator

  [B] Taking the gas for the brake killing a cat。

Net worth? I hit the casino, I buy lottery tickets, and I have an active lawsuit against an insurance company . . . does that count?

  4. The author suggests that in most domestic-abuse cases, women return home after the abuse because 。

Wealth Perception

  [B] they are too scared of men’s power to leave

He who dies with the most toys wins!

  5. What does the author suggest we do when teaching children about domestic violence?

Wealth Equation

  [A] Spend some time to expose some myths。

My formula for wealth is (Wealth = Income + Debt).

  6. According to the passage, when discussing about domestic violence, we should 。

Destination

  [D] avoid referring to it as being provoked

What destination? I live for today and I can’t be bothered about tomorrow.

  7. What do we know for sure about Chris Brown and Rihanna according to the first paragraph?

Responsibility &Control

  [C] Rihanna has accused Chris Brown of abusing her。

Everything bad happens to me. The man is keeping me down. I am a victim. It’s someone else’s fault.

  8. Women would criticize their own behavior when explaining why they are abused by their lovers。

Life Perception

  9. According to experts, in domestic violence, abusers’attacks tend to be intensifying 。

Live today, to hell with tomorrow. Life is too short to plan any further than 30 days out. You can’t take it with you! You’re only young once! Besides, I’ll hit it big someday.

  10. What makes those abused stay with their abusive partners is the horrible cycle of emotional dependence, shame and fear 。

2.Sidewalking Symptoms:Are You on It? You haven’t learned much since graduating from high school or college.You think people with money have it because they had rich parents, luck, or easier life circumstances than you.You put faith into politicians and government to change the system, instead of focusing on how you can change yourself.You immerse yourself in alternate realities, including Web site celebrity gossip blogs,television, sports, video games, or soap operas.These mindsets are indicative to the Sidewalk. Sidewalker what spun his financial life out of control, he will quickly blame some external factor.

    2013年6月英语六级《快速阅读》答案(卷五)

  1. A life on the Sidewalk naturally pulls you to poorness. Because the Sidewalk is about the short term, it never works for the long term. Your future becomes a mortgage for a pleasant present.

  2. Wealth is strong-spirited familial relationships with people. Not just your family, but with people, your community, your God, and your friends. At the end of the iconic movie It’s A Wonderful Life we’re given the final lesson: “Remember, no man is a failure who has friends.” This reflects on the importance of having your life shared with friends, family, and loved ones.

  3. Wealth is making a difference. Wealth is community and impacting the lives of others.

  4. Wealth cannot be experienced alone in a vacuum. Believe me, the richest moments of my life occurred when I was surrounded by a family of friends and loved ones. Wealth is freedom and choice: freedom to live how you want to live, what, when, and where. Freedom from bosses, alarm clocks, and the pressures of money. Freedom to passionately pursue dreams. Freedom to raise your children as you see fit. And freedom from the drudgery of doing things you hate. Freedom is the liberty to live your life as you.

  Part I Writing

#D4

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Wealth is authored by strong familial relationships,fitness and health, and freedom—not by material possessions.

  Part II Reading comprehension (Skimming and Scanning)

Money can’t buy happiness,but it can make you awfully comfortable while you’re being miserable.

  1. What is the advantage of the retirement savings?

People who declare,“Money doesn’t buy happiness” have already concluded they will never have money. This old equivocation becomes the torchbearer to their poorness. And since money doesn’t buy happiness, why save it?And then logic begs, if money doesn’t buy happiness, does poverty?

  [B] Employees can get money as the retirement savings from their employers。

Normal is waking at 6 a.m., fighting traffic, and working eight hours. Normal is to slave at a job Monday through Friday, save 10%, and repeat for 50 years.Normal is to buy everything on credit. Normal is to believe the illusion that the stock market will make you rich. Normal is to believe that a faster car and a bigger house will make you happy. You’re conditioned to accept normal based on society’s already corrupted definition of wealth, and because of it, normal itself is corrupted. Normal is modern-day slavery.

  2. Which group of people is advised to hold a health insurance?

I hated my job, it was stressful, and it drained my energy, leaving my entrepreneurial dreams tethered.

  [D] Those who are less than 65 years old。

The siren call of Lifestyle Servitude is the false prophet of feel-good—instant gratification and immediate pleasure. Wouldn’t it be nice if everything that felt good were good? Chocolate? That super-sized fast-food combo meal? Sunbathing? Smoking? Unfortunately, short-term feel-good is often long-term bad. Instant gratification is a populous plague and its predominant side effects are easily spotted: debt and obesity.

  3. It’s good for us to have some cash on hand to 。

Many Americans are fat because the easiest (and cheapest) instant gratification comes from food. When you plop your butt on the recliner and maul through a can of Pringles, you choose pleasure now in lieu of pain later.

  [C] cope with sudden and serious situations

Wealth, like health, isn’t easy and is cut from the same fabric. Their processes are identical. They require discipline, sacrifice, persistence, commitment, and yes, delayed gratification. If you can’t immunize yourself from the temptations of instant gratification, you’ll be hard pressed to find success in either health or wealth. Both demand a lifestyle shift from short-term thinking (instant gratification) to long-term thinking (delayed gratification). This is the only defense to Lifestyle Servitude.

  4. The money you get from the disability insurance through the employee benefits plan is 。

Instant gratification is the bait and Lifestyle Servitude is the hook. The advertising industry is on a great fishing expedition, and their goal is to hook you. Their juicy bait? That shiny new car, the bigger house, the designer clothes, the “got-to-have-it now” product. Every day you are bombarded with instant gratification’s bait .

  [A] not enough for a decent living

I’m a great believer in luck, and I find the harder I work, the more I have of it.

  5. What is the reason that we fail to attend to our family financial well-being?

I once overheard someone call me a “lucky bastard.” What a sad, delusional Sidewalking belief. I’m not lucky; I’m a player of the game.

  [D] We think it needn’t be dealt with immediately。

"Rich people got lucky” is a Sidewalker’s creed and a disempowering belief that strips you of your free will. While luck can create riches by way of lotteries, casinos, and rich parents, it rarely creates long-lasting wealth. To take advantage of The Millionaire Fastlane understand that luck is a product of process, action, work, and being “out there.” And when you are “out there” you stand a chance at being in the right place at the right time.

  6. What can a life insurance do to a child?

#D5

  [B] It offers timely money for the funeral if the child dies。

Sidewalkers seek “big hits” because their belief systems tell them wealth is an event.Unfortunately, big hits are long shots and violations of true essence. Do you believe in miracles? Sidewalkers do.

  7. We work out a budget in order to 。

Sidewalkers seek events and want to avoid process.

  [A] avoid unnecessary spending

Sidewalk is to entrust your financial plan to others, to believe that there is a chauffeur to wealth and that someone else can drive that journey for you. And when things don’t work out as intended, blame unto others. After faith in luck and events, blame is the third anchor to the Sidewalk.

  8. Once a person loses the ability to do things, a living will is a reliable document for required medical measures。

These people seek the easy life yet want someone else to pay for it.

  9. According to Karin Barkhorn, the government has to decide how to arrange a person’s assets if he dies without a will。

The Fastlane mindset is to take responsibility followed by accountability. Responsibility: It was my fault that my purse was stolen. Accountability: In the future, I will take precautions to ensure it doesn’t happen again.

  10. Under your durable power of attorney, if you are unable, a person can be given the authority to make financial decisions for you。

Own your mistakes, failures, and triumphs. Reflect on your choices.Are you in a situation because you delivered yourself there? Did you error in the process? Were you lazy? Most bad situations are consequences of bad choices. Own them and you own your life. No one can steer you off course, because you are in the driver’s seat.

    2013年6月英语六级《快速阅读》答案(卷六)

#D6

  Part I Writing

And when you own your decisions, something miraculous happens. Failure doesn’t become the badge of victimhood—it becomes wisdom.

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All these missives formulate the Slowlaner’s mindposts, a journey to wealth that consumes a lifetime.

  Part II Reading comprehension (Skimming and Scanning)

Debt Perception

  1. What can a life insurance do to a child?

Debt is evil. It must be religiously attacked, even if that means working overtime for life.

  [B] It offers timely money for the funeral if the child dies。

Time Perception

  2. What is the advantage of the retirement savings?

My time is abundant and I will gladly trade my time for more dollars. The more hours I can work, the more I can pay off my debt and save money for retirement at 65.

  [B] Employees can get money as the retirement savings from their employers。

Education Perception

  3. The money you get from the disability insurance through the employee benefits plan is 。

Education is important because it helps me earn a bigger salary.

  [A] not enough for a decent living

Money Perception

  4. It’s good for us to have some cash on hand to 。

Money is scarce and every dime and dollar must be accounted for, budgeted, and perilously saved. If I want to retire by 65 with millions, I have to ensure I don’t squander my hard-earned money.

  [C] cope with sudden and serious situations

Primary Income Source

  5. We work out a budget in order to 。

My job is my sole source of income.

  [A] avoid unnecessary spending

Primary Wealth Accelerator

  6. Which group of people is advised to hold a health insurance?

Compound interest is powerful because $10 invested today will be worth $300,000 in 50 years. Oh yes, and don’t forget about mutual funds, home appreciation, and my employer’s 401(k).

  [D]乐白家手机客户端 , Those who are less than 65 years old。

Wealth Perception

  7. What is the reason that we fail to attend to our family financial well-being?

Work, save, and invest. Work, save, and invest. Repeat for 40 years until retirement age . . . 65 years old or, if I’m lucky and the markets return 12% yearly, maybe 55!

  [D] We think it needn’t be dealt with immediately。

Wealth Equation

  8. Under your durable power of attorney, if you are unable, a person can be given the authority to make financial decisions for you。

Wealth = job + market investments.

  9 Once a person loses the ability to do things, a living will is a reliable document for required medical measures。

Destination

  10. According to Karin Barkhorn, the government has to decide how to arrange a person’s assets if he dies without a will。

A comfortable retirement in my twilight years.

Responsibility & Control

It’s my responsibility to provide for my family although for that plan to work I have to rely on others, including my employer, my financial adviser, the government, and a good economy.

Life Perception

Settle for less.Give up on big dreams. Save, live frugal, don’t take unnecessary risks, and one day I will retire with millions.

So how do you know you’re being sold the Slowlane? The following lists the primary munitions indigenous to the Slowlane roadmap.

Go to school

Get good grades

Graduate

Pay yourself first

Overtime

Corporate ladder

Save X% of your paycheck

Contribute to your 401(k)

Invest in mutual funds

Buy and hold Paychecks, pensions, benefits

Diversify

Raise your insurance deductibles

The stock market

Say “no” to expensive lattes

Be frugal

Get out of debt

Clip coupons

Cancel your credit cards

Dollar cost averaging

Get an advanced degree

Pay off your house early

Your home is an asset

Individual retirement accounts (IRAs)

Live below your means

Understand compound interest

Wealth = (Primary Income Source: Job) + (Wealth Accelerator: Market Investments)

Wealth = Intrinsic Value + Compound Interest

Intrinsic Value = Hourly Wage X Hours Worked or Intrinsic Value = Yearly Salary

Compound interest is derived from “market investments”

Your soul is worth more than a weekend. Banality followed by blindness is the side effect of Slowlane institutionalization.

#D7

Not even the greatest musician in the world can illuminate the blinding depths of the rat race and those entrenched by its indifference.

Life does not begin on Friday night and end Monday morning.

Hopefully you recognize that five of anything in exchange for two is a bad return. The 5-for-2 return on investment is a negative 60%. If you make consistent negative 60% return on investments, you’d go bankrupt quick. What logical person would accept such a horrific deal?

#D8

While I worked my plan, I gave 7-for-0 (I worked seven days and didn’t take a day off) because I knew the roads on my roadmap converged with dreams. I worked for a better ratio in the near future, not in 40 years. I controlled my destiny and eventually my time trade investment yielded a dividend of 40 years. Now I do 0-for-7. I work zero days and get seven days of freedom.

Wealth is best experienced when you’re young, vibrant, and able, not in the twilight of your life.

If you want to escape the Slowlane, find wealth and freedom fast, you’ve got to dump the job.

I learned more as an entrepreneur in two months than I did working 10 years at dozens of dead-end jobs. The problem with a specialized skill set is, it narrows your useful value to a confined set of marketplace needs. You become one of many cogs in a wheel. And if that cog becomes obsolete or expendable?

Experience comes from what you do in life, not from what you do in a job. You don’t need a job to get experience.

Which experience is more important? The experience of a menial job designed to pay your bills? Or the experience (and failures) of creating something that could provide you financial freedom for a lifetime without ever having to hold a job again?

A job seals your fate into a criminal time trade: five days of life traded for two days of freedom. A job chains you to a set grade of experience. A job takes away your control. A job forces you to work with people you can’t stand. A job forces you to get paid last. A job imposes a dictatorship on your income. These limitations are counter-insurgencies to wealth.

Then we might live life to the limit, every minute of every day. Do it! I say. Whatever you want to do, do it now. There are only so many tomorrows. ~ Michael Landon

Behind limited leverage is another corrosive wealth killer—no control. Can you control your employer? Can you control your salary? Can you control the economy? Can you earn $50,000 one year and next year bank $50 million? Can you control anything about your job, including your measly 4% pay raise? You might think you can by job-hopping, but you can’t. Control is weak, if not absent.

#D9

The people in the room were Slowlane success stories. They used time to accelerate wealth, and what it got them was old age. I don’t say that to be mean-spirited to older generations, but to cast light on the point: Compound interest (401(k)s, mutual funds, the stock market) cannot accelerate wealth fast.

Because to trade your time away is to trade your wealth away.

Every day, people sacrifice their time for tiny nuggets of wealth, where time is the liability and not the asset. Anything that steals time and doesn’t have the power to free time is a liability.

Your time should not be an expendable resource for wealth because wealth itself is composed of time.

No one tells you the real, unadulterated story behindtheir road to wealth, but I will.

#D10

THE FUTILE FIGHT:EDUCATION

Theonly thing that interferes with my learning is my education. ~ Albert Einstein

Typically, a formal college education is used to serve Slowlanepurposes—an explicit attempt to raise intrinsic value. Fight that intrinsic value variable!

Not all education iscreated equal. Some education can roadblock your wealth road trip. If an education entombs you under a mountain of debt and shackles you to a job for the rest of your life, is it really a good education? If an MBA increases your salary by 15% but takes 15 years to pay, was it a good investment?

For example, while studying finance I learned complex mathematical formulas that aided in financial decision-making, things like “lease or buy” and“return on investment.” These concepts are specific tools to a trade that can hinder your future options. The prescribed path for graduates with finance degrees was to get a job in the financial sector, an insurance company, an accounting firm, or an investment house.

The best excuse people have for not having wealth is “I don’t have time.” Well, why don’t you have time? Because you have a job. Why do you have a job? Because you need one. Why do you need one? Because you have bills to pay. Why do you have bills to pay? Because you have debt. Why do you have debt? Oh yes, because you went to school for six years and have six figures in student loans.

A Paradox of Practiceexists when someone promotes a moneymaking strategy but that strategy is not what made him or her rich. In other words, they’re not practitioners of their own advice.

#D11

1、Slowlanemillionaires are cheap with money. Fastlane millionaires are cheapwith time.

2、Peoplewould do better, if they knew better.~ Jim Rohn

3、What Is the Fastlane?

The Fastlane is a business and lifestyle strategy characterized by Controllable Unlimited Leverage (CUL), hence creating an optimal environment for rapid wealth creation and extraordinary lifestyles. Definitively, pay attention to these four segments:

1) Controllable

Unlimited Leverage (CUL)

Whereas the Slowlane is defined by uncontrollable variables with no leverage, the Fastlane exploits the opposite conditions: maximum control and leverage.

2) Business

Your own business, self-employment, and entrepreneurship are centrist to the Fastlane, much like a job is to the Slowlane.

3) Lifestyle

The Fastlane is a lifestyle choice: a commitment of blended beliefs, processes, and actions.

4) Rapid WealthCreation

The Fastlane is about creating large sums of wealth rapidly and beyond the confines of ”middle class.”

4、Now, I dowhatever I want and I’m not the least bit bored. The world is myplayground; I travel, I learned two new languages and how to playpiano. I play water sports, hike, and snowboard at least a month ayear. I own three homes, I watch pro sports and my favorite teamswhenever I choose, watch 3–4 movies a week, and read 1–2 books aweek. Most of my time is spent with my family, and I literally watchmy two daughters grow before my eyes. My family has lived on all fourcorners of the planet, including Australia and the Caribbean.Except for myfamily during those startup years, I sacrificed plenty; I canceledcable TV and I temporarily stopped doing a lot of things I enjoyedbecause I was committed to a goal and a dream of something fargreater than a lifetime job.

5、the Fastlane Roadmap:

Debt Perception:

Debt is useful if it allows me to build and grow my system.

Time Perception:

Time is the most important asset I have, far exceeding money.

Education Perception:

The moment you stop learning is the moment you stop growing. Constant expansion of my knowledge and awareness is critical to my journey.

Money Perception:

Money is everywhere, and it’s extremely abundant. Money is a reflection of how many lives I’ve touched. Money reflects the value I’ve created.

Primary Income Source: I earn income via my business systems and investments.

Primary Wealth Accelerator:

I make something from nothing. I give birth to assets and make them valuable to the marketplace. Other times, I take existing assets and add value to them.

Wealth Perception:

Build business systems for cash flow and asset valuation.

Wealth Equation:

Wealth = Net Profit +Asset Value

Strategy:

The more I help, the richer I become in time, money, and personal fulfillment.

Destination:

Lifetime passive income, either through business or investments.

Responsibility &Control:

Life is what I make it. My financial plan is entirely my responsibility and I choose how I react to my circumstances.

Life Perception:

My dreams are worth pursuing no matter how outlandish, and I understand that it will take money to make some of those dreams real.

These mindposts are what formulate the Fastlaner’s lifestyle. It drives action.

#D12

I’d rather live in regret of failure than in regret of never trying. ~ MJ DeMarco

Millions being led astray down a path littered with dangerous potholes and detours, a road that takes years to travel for a far-fetched promise of a freer tomorrow. You lose your job. You get sick. The car needs a new transmission. You get married. You get divorced. You have kids. You have a child with special needs. You have aging parents who need care. The economy dips into recession or depression.

People drive the Slowlane because it’s what they’ve been told to drive.They believe the risks are minimal and it’s safe. After all, 90% of all new businesses fail after five years, so the “Fastlane” can’t be any safer!

When a Slowlaner wants to make more money, he increases his hours worked, switches to a better paying job, or adds jobs. When a Slowlaner wants to get paid more, he goes back to school, hoping to increase intrinsic value.

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