ve="" heard="" so="" far="" isn't="" encouraging="" republicans,="" including="" lott,="" say="" that="" "the="" time="" just="" isn’t="" right”="" for="" the="" deal.="" translation:="" we're="" determined="" to="" make="" it="" look="" as="" if="" clinton="" has="" capitulated="" chinese="" and="" is="" ignoring="" human,="" religious,="" labor="" rights="" violations;="" theft="" of="" nuclear-weapons="" technology;="" sale="" missile="" parts="" america's="" enemies.="" beijing's="" fierce="" critics="" within="" democratic="" party,="" such="" senator="" paul="" d.="" wellstone="" minnesota="" house="" minority="" leader="" richard="" a.="" gephardt="" missouri,="" won't="" help,="" either. Just how tough the lobbying job on Capitol Hill will be become clear on Apr. 20, when Rubin lectured 19chief executives on the need to discipline their Republican allies. With business and the White House still trading charges over who is responsible for the defeat of fast-track trade negotiating legislation in 1997, working together won't be easy. And Republicans-with a wink-say that they'll eventually embrace China's entry into the WTO as a favor to Corporate Amenity. Though not long before they torture Clinton. But Zhu is out on a limb, and if Congress overdoes the criticism, he may be forced by domestic critics to renege. Business must make this much dear to both its GOP allies and the White House: This historic deal is too important to risk losing to any more partisan squabbling. 1.The main idea of this passage is（ ） .2.It can be inferred from the passage that （ ）.3.What does the sentence "Also left in the lurch: Wall Street, Hollywood, Detroit" convey?4.Who plays the leading part in the deal in America?5.What was the attitude of the Republican Party toward China's entry into the WTO?
A. Contradictory B. Appreciative C. Disapproving. D. Detestful.'>
President Clinton’s decision on Apr. 8 to send Chinese Premier Zhu Rongji packing without an agreement on China’s entry into the World Trade Organization seemed to be a massive miscalculation. The President took a drubbing from much of the press, which had breathlessly reported that a deal was in the bag. The Cabinet and White House still appeared divided, and business leaders were characterized as furious over the lost opportunity. Zhu charged that Clinton lacked ‘the courage” to reach an accord. And when Clinton later telephoned the angry Zhu to pledge a renewed effort at negotiations, the gesture was widely portrayed as a flip-flop.In fact, Clinton made the right decision in holding out for a better WTO deal. A lot more horse trading is needed before a final agreement can be reached. And without the Administration’s goal of a “bullet-proof agreement” that business lobbyists can enthusiastically sell to a Republican Congress, the whole process will end up in partisan acrimony that could harm relations with China for years.THE HARD PART. Many business lobbyists, while disappointed that the deal was not closed, agree that better terms can still be had. And Treasury, Secretary Robert E. Rubin, National Economic Council Director Gene B. Spelling, Commerce Secretary William M. Daley, and top trade negotiator Charlene Barshefsky all advised Clinton that while the Chinese had made a remarkable number of concessions, “we’re not there yet，’’ according to senior officials.Negotiating with Zhu over the remaining issues may be the easy part. Although Clinton can signal U.S. approval for China’s entry into the WTO himself, he needs Congress to grant Beijing permanent most-favored-nation status as part of a broad trade accord. And the temptation for meddling on Capital Hill may prove over-whelming. Zhu had barely landed before Senate Majority Leader Trent Lott (R-Miss) declared himself skeptical that China deserved entry into the WTO. And Senator Jesse
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It’s （1）honor to meet you, Professor Nagai. I hope you （2）your stay inBeijing. Let me （3）if there’s anything I can do for you （4）you’re here.句意: 很荣幸见到您，Nagai教授。希望您在北京过的 愉快。你在这儿的期间如果有什么需要请告诉我。
Let's not forget to turn out the lights when we leave a room. To be sure, electricity isnot terribly expensive. Still, the more electricity we use, our bill will be higher. Whythrow money away?
A.Let's not forget to turn out B.To be sure C.our bill will be higher D.Why throw money away E.没有问题
We’d（1）check the numbers in the chart again. I’m afraid that we（2） not have found all the errors.句意: 我们最好在检查一遍图表中的数字。恐怕我们还没找出所有的错误。
How （ ）do you travel to Shanghai on business?
He is afraid to go swimming in the ocean. He refuses to enter the water even the sea isperfectly calm and there are no waves.
A.afraid to go swimming in the ocean B.refuses to enter the water C.even the sea is perfectly calm D.there are no waves. E.没有问题