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2019中国农业银行秋季招聘笔试真题汇编(十一)_考生回忆版

日期:2019-05-13


2019中国农业银行秋季招聘笔试真题汇编(十一)

(英语 阅读理解T11-20)


Passage 3

2014 has been a landmark year for Alibaba. Just last week, the Chinese e-commerce juggernaut set a world-record selling US$9.3 billion worth of goods in 24 hours on Singles’ Day. A few months back, Alibaba claimed the title of the world’s biggest IPO, raising US$25 billion on the NYSE. Things will only get bigger for Alibaba.

On the back of the historic signing of the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement yesterday, Alibaba announced in Melbourne their continued commitment to bring Australian products, brands and businesses closer to China’s online consumers via its Alipay payment platform and Taobao Marketplace.

Alipay is the largest online payment service provider in China. With more than 800 million Chinese accounts. Alipay is already the biggest mobile payment processor in the world. It clears 80 million transactions per day, including 45 million transactions through its Alipay Wallet mobile app and processed US$780 billion worth of transaction in the year ended June 30. Alipay is one of the six financial services entities that will fall under the umbrella of the Ant Financial Services Group, a rebranding of Alipay Financial Services. There are plans to take this money making machine public too.

Alipay Australia has been established as a local entity that will work with its joint venture partner. Paying to help Australian businesses and merchants access Alipay’s cross-border payment solutions. Alipay has also been working with Australia Post to sell, distribute and promote the Alipay Purchase Card across 4,400 retail outlets for Australian shoppers to use on the Tmall.com and Taobao Marketplace platforms.

Alipay’s extension into Australia, follows its move into the U.S. with the launch of its eBay payment program, which handles everything from payment processing and currency translation for U.S. retailers.


11. What is this article mainly about?

A. Alibaba’s new business strategy

B. Alibaba’s acquisition of Australian local companies

C. Alibaba’s Alipay and Taobao marketplace expand into Australia

D. The introduction of Alibaba


12. What did Alibaba do after sign-off of China-Australia Free Trade Agreement?

A. It announced that they would import Australian products into China

B. It announced that they would introduce more Australian products to Chinese online consumers

C. It announced that they would promote the trade between China and Australia

D. It announced that they would bring more Chinese goods into the Australian market


13. How many transactions does Alibaba clear every day without using Alipay Wallet mobile app?

A. 35 million 

B. 780 million

C. 45 million 

D. 80 million


14. It can be inferred from the article that _________________.

A. Alibaba would open chain after entering Australian market

B. Alibaba would record of selling US$9.3 billion worth of goods in 24 hours on Singles’ Day has helped its public offering

C. Alibaba has established cooperation with Australian Post

D. After entering into Australia, Alibaba will try to expand to the U.S


15. According to the article, which of the following is NOT correct about Alibaba?

A. It is the largest online payment service provider in China

B. It has a strong social responsibility

C. It has sold more than US$9 billion worth of goods in 24 hours on Singles’ Day

D. It is the world’s biggest IPO


Passage 4

Scientists have devised a way to determine roughly where a person has lived using a strand of hair, a technique that could help track the movements of criminal suspects or unidentified murder victims.

The method relies on measuring how chemical variations in drinking water show up in people’s hair.

“You’re what you eat and drink, and that’s recorded in your hair,” said Thure Cerling, a geologist at the University of Utah.

While U.S diet is relatively identical, water supplies vary. The differences result from weather patterns. The chemical composition of rainfall changes slightly as rain clouds move.

Most hydrogen and oxygen atoms in water are stable, but traces of both elements are also present as heavier isotopes. The heaviest rain falls first. As a result, storms that form over the Pacific deliver heavier water to California than to Utah.

Similar patterns exist throughout the U.S. By measuring the proportion of heavier hydrogen and oxygen isotopes along a strand of hair, scientists can construct a geographic timeline. Each inch of hair corresponds to about two months.

Cerling’s team collected tap water samples from 600 cities and constructed a map of the regional differences. They checked the accuracy of the map by testing 200 hair samples collected from 65 barber shops.

They were able to accurately place the hair samples in broad regions roughly corresponding to the movement of rain systems.

“It’s not good for pinpointing,” Cerling said, “it’s good for eliminating many possibilities.”

Todd Park, a local detective, said the method has helped him learn more about an unidentified woman whose skeleton was found near Great Salt Lake.

The woman was 5 feet tall. Police recovered 26 bones, a T-shirt and several strands of hair.

When Park heard about the research, he gave the hair samples to the researchers.

Chemical testing showed that over the two years before her death, she moved about every two months.

She stayed in the Northwest, although the test could not be more specific than somewhere between eastern Oregon and western Wyoming.

“It’s still a substantial area,” Park said “but it narrows it way down for me.”


16. What is the scientists’ new discovery?

A. One’s hair growth has to do with the amount of water they drink

B. A person’s hair may reveal where they have lived

C. Hair analysis accurately identifies criminal suspects

D. The chemical composition of hair varies from person to person


17. What does the author mean by “You’re what you eat and drink” (Line 1, Para.3)?

A. Food and drink affect one’s personality development

B. Food and drink preferences vary with individuals

C. Food and drink leave traces in one’s body tissues

D. Food and drink are indispensable to one’s existence


18. What is said about the rainfall in America’s West?

A. There is much more rainfall in California than in Utah

B. The water it delivers becomes lighter when it moves inland

C. Its chemical composition is less stable than in other areas

D. It gathers more light isotopes as it moves eastward


19. What did Cerling’s team produce in their research?

A. A map showing the regional difference of tap water

B. A collection of hair samples from various barber shops

C. A method to measure the amount of water in human hair

D. A chart illustrating the movement of the rain system


20. What is the practical value of Cerling’s research?

A. It helps analyze the quality of water in different regions

B. It helps the police determine where a crime is committed

C. It helps the police narrow down possibilities in detective work

D. It helps identify the drinking habits of the person under investigation


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