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    科目:gzyy 來源:導學必修一英語北師版 北師版 題型:022

    填空

    so that/in order that/in order to/so as to

    (1)I worked late into the night ________ I could finish writing the papers.

    (2)He stayed up too late last night, ________ he got up late this morning.

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    科目:gzyy 來源:全優設計必修一英語人教版 人教版 題型:022

    同義句轉換

    A:He studies hard so that/in order that he could catch up with the class.

    B:He studies hard ________ ________ ________ ________ up with the class.

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    同義句轉換

    (1)A:He studies hard so that/in order that he could catch up with the class.

    B:He studies hard ________ _________ ________ up with the class.

    (2)A:He pretended to be ill so that/in order that he should not go to school.

    B:________ _________ _________ ________ go to school he pretended to be ill.

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    科目:gzyy 來源:全優設計必修一英語人教版 人教版 題型:022

    同義句轉換

    A:He pretended to be ill so that/in order that he should not go to school.

    B:________ ________ ________ ________ go to school he pretended to be ill.

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    用所給詞的適當形式填空

    so that / in order to

    1We got up early ________ we could catch the first bus.

    2Lucy stayed at home ________ look after her sister.

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    Dieters are often advised to stop drinking alcohol to avoid the extra calories lurking in a glass of wine or a favorite cocktail. But new research suggests that women who regularly consume moderate(適度的) amounts of alcohol are less likely to gain weight than nondrinkers and are at lower risk for obesity (fatness).

    The findings, reported this week in the Archives of Internal Medicine, are based on a study of 19,220 United States women aged 30 to 40 who fall into the “normal weight” based on their body mass index. Researchers at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston tracked the women’s drinking habits over 13 years. About 60 percent of the women were light or regular drinkers, while about 40 percent reported drinking no alcohol.

    Over the course of the study, 41 percent of the women became overweight. Although alcohol is packed with calories, the nondrinkers in the study actually gained more weight over time: nine pounds, on average, compared with an average gain of about three pounds among regular moderate drinkers. The risk of becoming overweight was almost 30 percent lower for women who consumed one or two alcohol drinks a day, compared with nondrinkers.

    The findings are certain to be confusing for women who continue to receive conflicting messages about the health benefits and risks of alcohol. Although moderate drinking is associated with better heart health, regular drinking also increases breast cancer risk.

    The trend toward less weight gain among drinkers doesn’t appear to hold true for men. A 2003 study of British men showed that regular drinkers gained more weight than nondrinkers. Studies suggest that drinking alcohol has different effects on eating habits among men and women. Men typically add alcohol to their daily caloric intake, whereas women are more likely to substitute(替代)alcohol for food. In addition, there may be differences in how men and women metabolize(代謝)alcohol. Metabolic studies show that after men drink alcohol, they experience little if any metabolic change. But alcohol appears to slightly speed up a woman’s metabolism.

    The findings don’t mean women should rush to drink alcohol to lose weight. Other research shows that once a person is already overweight, her alcohol metabolism is more efficient, and so an overweight woman may gain more weight from alcohol than a lean(瘦的) woman. The data do, however, suggest that for many women facing weight problems, the extra calories are probably not coming from alcoholic drinks.

    According to the study, which of the following regular drinker is less likely to gain weight than nondrinkers?

                  

         A                 B                 C                  D

    That men regular drinkers gained more weight than women regular drinkers is due to the following except ______.

     A. women are more likely to substitute alcohol for food.

     B. men drink alcohol much faster than women.

    C. men and women metabolize alcohol differently.

    D. men have different effects on eating habits with women.

    The underlined word “whereas” may probably mean _______.

    A. so          B. in order that    C. but       D. and then

    What can a dieter probably do before reading this passage?

      A. Rush to drink alcohol to lose weight

    B. Add alcohol to his or her daily caloric intake.

    C. Face the weight problems alone.

    D. Try to stop drinking any alcohol or wine.

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    科目:gzyy 來源:2010-2011學年江西省高三上學期開學考試英語卷 題型:閱讀理解

    Dieters are often advised to stop drinking alcohol to avoid the extra calories lurking in a glass of wine or a favorite cocktail. But new research suggests that women who regularly consume moderate(適度的) amounts of alcohol are less likely to gain weight than nondrinkers and are at lower risk for obesity (fatness).

    The findings, reported this week in the Archives of Internal Medicine, are based on a study of 19,220 United States women aged 30 to 40 who fall into the “normal weight” based on their body mass index. Researchers at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston tracked the women’s drinking habits over 13 years. About 60 percent of the women were light or regular drinkers, while about 40 percent reported drinking no alcohol.

    Over the course of the study, 41 percent of the women became overweight. Although alcohol is packed with calories, the nondrinkers in the study actually gained more weight over time: nine pounds, on average, compared with an average gain of about three pounds among regular moderate drinkers. The risk of becoming overweight was almost 30 percent lower for women who consumed one or two alcohol drinks a day, compared with nondrinkers.

    The findings are certain to be confusing for women who continue to receive conflicting messages about the health benefits and risks of alcohol. Although moderate drinking is associated with better heart health, regular drinking also increases breast cancer risk.

    The trend toward less weight gain among drinkers doesn’t appear to hold true for men. A 2003 study of British men showed that regular drinkers gained more weight than nondrinkers. Studies suggest that drinking alcohol has different effects on eating habits among men and women. Men typically add alcohol to their daily caloric intake, whereas women are more likely to substitute(替代)alcohol for food. In addition, there may be differences in how men and women metabolize(代謝)alcohol. Metabolic studies show that after men drink alcohol, they experience little if any metabolic change. But alcohol appears to slightly speed up a woman’s metabolism.

    The findings don’t mean women should rush to drink alcohol to lose weight. Other research shows that once a person is already overweight, her alcohol metabolism is more efficient, and so an overweight woman may gain more weight from alcohol than a lean(瘦的) woman. The data do, however, suggest that for many women facing weight problems, the extra calories are probably not coming from alcoholic drinks.

    1. According to the study, which of the following regular drinker is less likely to gain weight than nondrinkers?

                  

         A                 B                 C                  D

     

    2.That men regular drinkers gained more weight than women regular drinkers is due to the following except ______.

     A. women are more likely to substitute alcohol for food.

     B. men drink alcohol much faster than women.

    C. men and women metabolize alcohol differently.

    D. men have different effects on eating habits with women.

    3. The underlined word “whereas” may probably mean _______.

    A. so            B. in order that    C. but       D. and then

    4.What can a dieter probably do before reading this passage?

      A. Rush to drink alcohol to lose weight

    B. Add alcohol to his or her daily caloric intake.

    C. Face the weight problems alone.

    D. Try to stop drinking any alcohol or wine.

     

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    科目:czyy 來源:2013年初中畢業升學考試(貴州貴陽卷)英語(解析版) 題型:其他題

    In a small town in England there is a nice house with a large garden.____1.___. The old man likes planting flowers and looking after his flowers. The garden is so beautiful that every passer-by wants to stop to see it.

    One day a young painter went by the old man’s garden. He looked at the great garden and the special house. He was lost in admiration for the beauty of these scenes. He imagined how happy he could be if he lived in such a beautiful place._____2.____ Surprised, the painter asked that old man, “Why are you busy looking after these flowers every day when you can’t see them?” The blind gardener smiled and answered, “ I can tell you four reasons. First, I was a gardener when I was young, and I really like this job. Second, although I can’t see these flowers, I can touch them. Third, I can smell the sweetness of them.______3.______”

    “Me? But you don’t know me,” said the painter.

    “Yeah, it’s true that I don’t know you. But I know flowers are beautiful angels. I know many people will look at my garden and the beauty of my garden will make them feel good._____4.___At the same time we enjoy the happiness these flowers have brought us.” The old man’s words surprised the painter a great deal and gave him much pleasure.

    The blind man grows flowers in order that everybody can enjoy their beauty. ___5.______All the passers-by are his friends; all flowers are his neighbors.

    I believe every flower has eyes. They can see the kindness of the old man’s heart and the sweetness of his soul.

     

     

     

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    In a small town in England there is a nice house with a large garden.____小題1:___. The old man likes planting flowers and looking after his flowers. The garden is so beautiful that every passer-by wants to stop to see it.
    One day a young painter went by the old man’s garden. He looked at the great garden and the special house. He was lost in admiration for the beauty of these scenes. He imagined how happy he could be if he lived in such a beautiful place._____小題2:____ Surprised, the painter asked that old man, “Why are you busy looking after these flowers every day when you can’t see them?” The blind gardener smiled and answered, “ I can tell you four reasons. First, I was a gardener when I was young, and I really like this job. Second, although I can’t see these flowers, I can touch them. Third, I can smell the sweetness of them.______小題3:______”
    “Me? But you don’t know me,” said the painter.
    “Yeah, it’s true that I don’t know you. But I know flowers are beautiful angels. I know many people will look at my garden and the beauty of my garden will make them feel good._____小題4:___At the same time we enjoy the happiness these flowers have brought us.” The old man’s words surprised the painter a great deal and gave him much pleasure.
    The blind man grows flowers in order that everybody can enjoy their beauty. ___小題5:______All the passers-by are his friends; all flowers are his neighbors.
    I believe every flower has eyes. They can see the kindness of the old man’s heart and the sweetness of his soul.

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    科目:gzyy 來源:2012屆江蘇省南師大附中高三模擬考試(十)英語試卷(帶解析) 題型:閱讀理解

    Made In The USA: An Export Boom
    In his State of the Union address two years ago, President Obama argued that in order to recover from the economic recession, one of the few things the U.S. needed to do was to export more goods around the world. That night, the president unveiled a new goal: to double U.S. exports over the next five years. It would be an increase that the president said would “support two million jobs in America.”
    Most economists dismissed the promise at the time as something unrealistic, but two years later, the U.S. is on pace to meet that goal. American exports are up 34 percent since the president gave that speech, and the number continues to rise.
    Competitive In A Global Market
    Marlin Steel, a metal working business in Baltimore, makes parts that ship all across the world.“We export to 36 countries,” owner Drew Greenblatt tells All Things Considered Host Guy Raz.“We're working around the clock, and we're growing.”
    It's not just advanced manufacturing exports on the rise, but pork, cattle and all kinds of agricultural exports are up as well. Even American craft beer has found an export market.
    Flying Dog CEO Jim Caruso says that increasingly, people all over the world are trying the beer from the Maryland-based brewery. Caruso says,“Even in those top beer-producing countries, a competitive American product is finding a market.”
    Services Are Exports, Too
    Another place exports are coming from is New York City—in particular, the 30th floor of a Manhattan skyscraper on 5th Avenue and 52nd Street. That's where the consulting firm Kurt Solomon lies. It doesn't actually produce a product for export; it provides management advice and strategy.
    “Four out of every five Americans is now employed in the service industry,” the nation's top trade official, Ron Kirk says, “Services are a significant part of our exports, and make up about a quarter of our exported goods.” These services can include everything from legal consulting, finance, information technology and even engineering.
    And There Are Other Factors
    So why has there been an increase of more than 30 percent for exports in almost everything? Part of the increase, at least for the manufacturing side, is due to better technology, says Tyler Cowen, an economist.“A lot of it is being driven by smart machines,” he tells Raz,“The U.S. has high wage rates, which is a disadvantage, but if machines are doing a lot of the work, that doesn't matter.”
    China factors a lot in America's export economy, too.“Wages in China have been going up as the country becomes more productive. Thus China is losing the cheap labor advantage it has held for some time.” Cowen says.
    Will Jobs Grow, too?
    “Companies have become more productive by dismissing workers and lowering costs.”Cowen says.“So I don't view exporting as a way of creating a very large number of jobs, but it will create more profits.”
    So not every business or worker is necessarily benefiting from the export boom in the U.S., and Cowen says that could ultimately lead to a polarization(兩極) of economic outcomes.
    Made In the USA: An Export Boom

    Outline
    Details
    The purpose of  increasing exports
    *To help America make a (1)______ from the economic recession
    *To help raise the nation's (2)______ rate
    The current situation
    *American exports have risen (3)______ thirty-four percent up to now
    *There has been an increase in exports in everything
    *The export boom does not necessarily (4)______ every business or worker
    (5)______ contributing to the export boom
    (6)______products
    Even in those top beer-producing countries, people try craft beer from Flying Dog, a brewery (7)______ in Maryland
    Various products
    A variety of products are provided around the world,services (8)______ for 25%
    Lower costs
    *(9)______ take the place of labor, helping companies reduce wages
    *China, who used to take (10)______ of cheap labor, has given way to America in exports to some extent because of its increasing production

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    科目:gzyy 來源:2012-2013學年江蘇省鹽城市高三上學期學情調研考試英語試卷(解析版) 題型:其他題

    Made In The USA: An Export Boom

    In his State of the Union address two years ago, President Obama argued that in order to recover from the economic recession, one of the few things the U.S. needed to do was to export more goods around the world. That night, the president unveiled a new goal: to double U.S. exports over the next five years. It would be an increase that the president said would “support two million jobs in America.”

    Most economists dismissed the promise at the time as something unrealistic, but two years later, the U.S. is on pace to meet that goal. American exports are up 34 percent since the president gave that speech, and the number continues to rise.

    Competitive In A Global Market

    Marlin Steel, a metal working business in Baltimore, makes parts that ship all across the world. “We export to 36 countries,” owner Drew Greenblatt tells All Things Considered Host Guy Raz. “We're working around the clock, and we're growing.”

    It's not just advanced manufacturing exports on the rise, but pork, cattle and all kinds of agricultural exports are up as well. Even American craft beer has found an export market.

    Flying Dog CEO Jim Caruso says that increasingly, people all over the world are trying the beer from the Maryland-based brewery. Caruso says,“Even in those top beer-producing countries, a competitive American product is finding a market.”

    Services Are Exports, Too

    Another place exports are coming from is New York City—in particular, the 30th floor of a Manhattan skyscraper on 5th Avenue and 52nd Street. That's where the consulting firm Kurt Solomon lies. It doesn't actually produce a product for export; it provides management advice and strategy.

    “Four out of every five Americans is now employed in the service industry,” the nation's top trade official, Ron Kirk says, “Services are a significant part of our exports, and make up about a quarter of our exported goods.” These services can include everything from legal consulting, finance, information technology and even engineering.

    And There Are Other Factors

    So why has there been an increase of more than 30 percent for exports in almost everything? Part of the increase, at least for the manufacturing side, is due to better technology, says Tyler Cowen, an economist. “A lot of it is being driven by smart machines,” he tells Raz,“The U.S. has high wage rates, which is a disadvantage, but if machines are doing a lot of the work, that doesn't matter.”

    China factors a lot in America's export economy, too. “Wages in China have been going up as the country becomes more productive. Thus China is losing the cheap labor advantage it has held for some time.” Cowen says.

    Will Jobs Grow, too?

    “Companies have become more productive by dismissing workers and lowering costs.” Cowen says. “So I don't view exporting as a way of creating a very large number of jobs, but it will create more profits.”

    So not every business or worker is necessarily benefiting from the export boom in the U.S., and Cowen says that could ultimately lead to a polarization (兩極) of economic outcomes.

    Made In the USA: An Export Boom

    Outline

    Details

    The purpose of  increasing exports

    *To help America make a (1)______ from the economic recession.

    *To help increase the nation's (2)______ .

    The current situation

    *American exports have risen (3)______ thirty-four percent up to now.

    *There has been an increase in exports in everything.

    *The export boom does not necessarily (4)______ every business or worker.

    (5)______ contributing to the export boom

    (6)______products

    Even in those top beer-producing countries, people try craft beer from Flying Dog, a brewery (7)______ in Maryland.

    Various products

    A variety of products are provided around the world,services (8)______ for 25%.

    Lower costs

    *(9)______ take the place of labor, helping companies reduce wages.

    *China, who used to take (10)______ of cheap labor, has given way to America in exports to some extent because of its increasing production.

     

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    科目:gzyy 來源:2011-2012學年江蘇省高三模擬考試(十)英語試卷(解析版) 題型:閱讀理解

    Made In The USA: An Export Boom

    In his State of the Union address two years ago, President Obama argued that in order to recover from the economic recession, one of the few things the U.S. needed to do was to export more goods around the world. That night, the president unveiled a new goal: to double U.S. exports over the next five years. It would be an increase that the president said would “support two million jobs in America.”

    Most economists dismissed the promise at the time as something unrealistic, but two years later, the U.S. is on pace to meet that goal. American exports are up 34 percent since the president gave that speech, and the number continues to rise.

    Competitive In A Global Market

    Marlin Steel, a metal working business in Baltimore, makes parts that ship all across the world.“We export to 36 countries,” owner Drew Greenblatt tells All Things Considered Host Guy Raz.“We're working around the clock, and we're growing.”

    It's not just advanced manufacturing exports on the rise, but pork, cattle and all kinds of agricultural exports are up as well. Even American craft beer has found an export market.

    Flying Dog CEO Jim Caruso says that increasingly, people all over the world are trying the beer from the Maryland-based brewery. Caruso says,“Even in those top beer-producing countries, a competitive American product is finding a market.”

    Services Are Exports, Too

    Another place exports are coming from is New York City—in particular, the 30th floor of a Manhattan skyscraper on 5th Avenue and 52nd Street. That's where the consulting firm Kurt Solomon lies. It doesn't actually produce a product for export; it provides management advice and strategy.

    “Four out of every five Americans is now employed in the service industry,” the nation's top trade official, Ron Kirk says, “Services are a significant part of our exports, and make up about a quarter of our exported goods.” These services can include everything from legal consulting, finance, information technology and even engineering.

    And There Are Other Factors

    So why has there been an increase of more than 30 percent for exports in almost everything? Part of the increase, at least for the manufacturing side, is due to better technology, says Tyler Cowen, an economist.“A lot of it is being driven by smart machines,” he tells Raz,“The U.S. has high wage rates, which is a disadvantage, but if machines are doing a lot of the work, that doesn't matter.”

    China factors a lot in America's export economy, too.“Wages in China have been going up as the country becomes more productive. Thus China is losing the cheap labor advantage it has held for some time.” Cowen says.

    Will Jobs Grow, too?

    “Companies have become more productive by dismissing workers and lowering costs.”Cowen says.“So I don't view exporting as a way of creating a very large number of jobs, but it will create more profits.”

    So not every business or worker is necessarily benefiting from the export boom in the U.S., and Cowen says that could ultimately lead to a polarization(兩極) of economic outcomes.

    Made In the USA: An Export Boom

    Outline

    Details

    The purpose of  increasing exports

    *To help America make a (1)______ from the economic recession

    *To help raise the nation's (2)______ rate

    The current situation

    *American exports have risen (3)______ thirty-four percent up to now

    *There has been an increase in exports in everything

    *The export boom does not necessarily (4)______ every business or worker

    (5)______ contributing to the export boom

    (6)______products

    Even in those top beer-producing countries, people try craft beer from Flying Dog, a brewery (7)______ in Maryland

    Various products

    A variety of products are provided around the world,services (8)______ for 25%

    Lower costs

    *(9)______ take the place of labor, helping companies reduce wages

    *China, who used to take (10)______ of cheap labor, has given way to America in exports to some extent because of its increasing production

     

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    科目:gzyy 來源: 題型:閱讀理解

    Made In The USA: An Export Boom
    In his State of the Union address two years ago, President Obama argued that in order to recover from the economic recession, one of the few things the U.S. needed to do was to export more goods around the world. That night, the president unveiled a new goal: to double U.S. exports over the next five years. It would be an increase that the president said would “support two million jobs in America.”
    Most economists dismissed the promise at the time as something unrealistic, but two years later, the U.S. is on pace to meet that goal. American exports are up 34 percent since the president gave that speech, and the number continues to rise.
    Competitive In A Global Market
    Marlin Steel, a metal working business in Baltimore, makes parts that ship all across the world.“We export to 36 countries,” owner Drew Greenblatt tells All Things Considered Host Guy Raz.“We're working around the clock, and we're growing.”
    It's not just advanced manufacturing exports on the rise, but pork, cattle and all kinds of agricultural exports are up as well. Even American craft beer has found an export market.
    Flying Dog CEO Jim Caruso says that increasingly, people all over the world are trying the beer from the Maryland-based brewery. Caruso says,“Even in those top beer-producing countries, a competitive American product is finding a market.”
    Services Are Exports, Too
    Another place exports are coming from is New York City—in particular, the 30th floor of a Manhattan skyscraper on 5th Avenue and 52nd Street. That's where the consulting firm Kurt Solomon lies. It doesn't actually produce a product for export; it provides management advice and strategy.
    “Four out of every five Americans is now employed in the service industry,” the nation's top trade official, Ron Kirk says, “Services are a significant part of our exports, and make up about a quarter of our exported goods.” These services can include everything from legal consulting, finance, information technology and even engineering.
    And There Are Other Factors
    So why has there been an increase of more than 30 percent for exports in almost everything? Part of the increase, at least for the manufacturing side, is due to better technology, says Tyler Cowen, an economist.“A lot of it is being driven by smart machines,” he tells Raz,“The U.S. has high wage rates, which is a disadvantage, but if machines are doing a lot of the work, that doesn't matter.”
    China factors a lot in America's export economy, too.“Wages in China have been going up as the country becomes more productive. Thus China is losing the cheap labor advantage it has held for some time.” Cowen says.
    Will Jobs Grow, too?
    “Companies have become more productive by dismissing workers and lowering costs.”Cowen says.“So I don't view exporting as a way of creating a very large number of jobs, but it will create more profits.”
    So not every business or worker is necessarily benefiting from the export boom in the U.S., and Cowen says that could ultimately lead to a polarization(兩極) of economic outcomes.
    Made In the USA: An Export Boom
    Outline
    Details
    The purpose of  increasing exports
    *To help America make a

    1. 1.

      ______ from the economic recession
      *To help raise the nation's

    2. 2.

      ______ rate
      The current situation
      *American exports have risen

    3. 3.

      ______ thirty-four percent up to now
      *There has been an increase in exports in everything
      *The export boom does not necessarily

    4. 4.

      ______ every business or worker

    5. 5.

      ______ contributing to the export boom

    6. 6.

      ______products
      Even in those top beer-producing countries, people try craft beer from Flying Dog, a brewery

    7. 7.

      ______ in Maryland
      Various products
      A variety of products are provided around the world,services

    8. 8.

      ______ for 25%
      Lower costs
      *

    9. 9.

      ______ take the place of labor, helping companies reduce wages
      *China, who used to take

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    科目:gzyy 來源:2013屆江蘇省高三上學期期中考試英語試卷(解析版) 題型:閱讀理解

    Made in the USA: An Export Boom

    In his State of the Union address two years ago, President Obama argued that in order to recover from the economic recession, one of the few things the U.S. needed to do was to export more goods around the world. That night, the president unveiled a new goal: to double U.S. exports over the next five years. It would be an increase that the president said would “support two million jobs in America.”

    Most economists dismissed the promise at the time as something unrealistic, but two years later, the U.S. is on pace to meet that goal. American exports are up 34 percent since the president gave that speech, and the number continues to rise.

    Competitive In A Global Market

    Marlin Steel, a metal working business in Baltimore, makes parts that ship all across the world.“ We export to 36 countries,” owner Drew Greenblatt tells All Things Considered Host Guy Raz. “We're working around the clock, and we're growing.”

    It's not just advanced manufacturing exports on the rise, but pork, cattle and all kinds of agricultural exports are up as well. Even American craft beer has found an export market.

    Flying Dog CEO Jim Caruso says that increasingly, people all over the world are trying the beer from the Maryland-based brewery. Caruso says,“Even in those top beer-producing countries, a competitive American product is finding a market.”

    Services Are Exports, Too

    Another place exports are coming from is New York City—in particular, the 30th floor of a Manhattan skyscraper on 5th Avenue and 52nd Street. That's where the consulting firm Kurt Solomon lies. It doesn't actually produce a product for export; it provides management advice and strategy.

    “Four out of every five Americans is now employed in the service industry,” the nation's top trade official, Ron Kirk says, “Services are a significant part of our exports, and make up about a quarter of our exported goods.” These services can include everything from legal consulting, finance, information technology and even engineering.

    And There Are Other Factors

    So why has there been an increase of more than 30 percent for exports in almost everything? Part of the increase, at least for the manufacturing side, is due to better technology, says Tyler Cowen, an economist. “A lot of it is being driven by smart machines,” he tells Raz,“The U.S. has high wage rates, which is a disadvantage, but if machines are doing a lot of the work, that doesn't matter.”

    China factors a lot in America's export economy, too. “Wages in China have been going up as the country becomes more productive. Thus China is losing the cheap labor advantage it has held for some time.” Cowen says.

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    *To help raise the nation's (72)______ rate

    The current situation

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    (75)______ contributing to the export boom

    (76)______products

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    Various products

    A variety of products are provided around the world,services (78)______ for 25%

    Lower costs

    *(79)______ take the place of labor, helping companies reduce wages

    *China, who used to take (80)______ of cheap labor, has given way to America in exports to some extent because of its increasing production

     

     

     

     

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