Section A Directions:In this section,there is a passage with ten blanks.You are required to select one word for each blankfrom a liSt of choices given in a word bankfollowing the passage.Read the passage through carefully before making your choices.Each choice in the bank is identified by a letter.Please mark the corresponding letter for each item on Answer Sheet 2 with a single line through the centre.You may not use any ofthe words in the bank more than once. Questions 36 to 45 are based on thefollowingpassage One thing about Huawei is easy to understand:its(36)__________.In Paris on May 7th the Chinese telecoms company showed off the Ascend P7,a sleek smart phone(37)__________with the speedy fourth-generation mobile-phone networks being built in many countries. Huawei started pushing its own brand of smart phones only in 201 1,but by 2013 it was the world’s third-biggest vendor.(38)__________it is still far behind the leaders,Apple and Samsung:it hopes that phones likethe P7 will help it(39)__________the gap.In 2013 this part of its operations brought in about 70%of its revenue of 239 billion yuan. Huawei’s(40)__________and management are less well understood.Some American politicians and competitors regard the company as little better than a front for the Chinese state, partly because Ren Zhengfei,its chief(41)__________,was an engineer in the People’s Liberation Army before he founded Huawei in l 987.Its network equipment has in effect been(42)__________out of the American market.However,Huawei has A.ways denied being under the state’s thumb. Unlike A.ibaba and other Chinese technology companies that have sought stock market listings,Huawei has no such plans.Huawei’s system,he believes,fosters a(43)__________view that will help it overtake listed competitors.Nor does he think that going public would(44)__________Huawei’s difficulties in America.“It might take ten or 20 years for the United States to know that Huawei is a company with(45)__________,”he said.Meanwhile,Huawei will put its energy into more welcoming markets. A.shut B.ambition C.integrity D.short-term E.compatible F.honesty G.ownership H.enlarge I.bridge J.decrease K.long-term L.however M.executive N. alleviate O.Though 关于华为,有一点是显而易见的:它是一家有(36)野心的企业。5月7日,华为旗舰机Ascend P7亮相巴黎,该智能机(37)兼容现已在多国建立通行的4G移动网络。 华为从2011年才开始力推其自己的手机品牌,但仅到2013年,它就成为了全球的第三大手机供应商;(38)虽然与其他手机行业的领军产品苹果和三星相比仍落后不少,但它希望通过P7这样的旗舰机(39)缩小这个差距。2013年,华为的营业额约为2390亿人民币,其中电信业务占70%。 然而,华为的(40)所有权和管理问题却并不是那么明了。一些美国政客和华为的竞争者认为华为几乎就是中国政府从事间谍活动的掩体,他们会这么想,部分原因在于华为的(41)总裁,于l987年创立华为的任正非之前曾是中国人民解放军的一员。实际上,华为的网络设备已被美国市场(42)拒之门外。但华为一直声称其从未受控于中国政府。 不像阿里巴巴和其他的中国科技公司,华为并没有要上市的打算。他认为,华为的股权机制帮助其建立(43)长远的运营目光,从而使其能够战胜那些上市的竞争对手。同样地,他觉得上市并不能(44)缓解其在美国的窘境。他说:“也许需要10到20年的时间才能使美国明白华为是一家(45)正直清白的企业。”而在这之前,华为会在更加友好的市场上施展拳脚。