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ofvalueD)thetrampwaspennilessPassageTwoOnlinedistancelearningisaninstructionalsystemwhichconnectslearnerswitheducationalresourcesStudentsworkontheirownathome,atwork,oratschoolandcommunicatewithfacultyandotherstudentsbymeansofemail,electronicmeetings,videoconferencing,chatrooms,instantmessagingandotherformsofcomputerbasedcommunicationTherearebothadvantagesanddisadvantagestoonlinedistancelearningTherearemanybenefitstousingonlinedistancelearningenvironmentsOnlineeducationisavailableallthetime,anywhereandtoallpeopleHowever,thereareweaknessesforsomelearnersTheonlinelearneronlyhasthewrittentextandnootherfacetofacehintsThismayconfusethelearnerandcausemisunderstandingWhiledistancelearningallowsforanopenness,itisalsodifficultbecauseitisdonebyemailmessagesandwriting,andthereforemaytakemoretimethanfacetofacelearningSometimesthemessagescanbeoverwhelmingformanyonlinestudentsUniversities,collegesandschoolsuseonlinedistancelearningenvironmentsTheseareimportantforstudentswhomaybeunabletoattendclassesforvariousreasonslikeillnessesorbusyeverydayschedulesSomelearnersjustwanttofurthertheirstudiesathomeTheyenjoytheconvenienceofhomelearningastheytakeregularprogramsorenrichmentclassesOnlinecourseskeeplearnersveryoccupiedatallhoursofthedayThereareagreatmanymessagesandotheronlineresourcestoreadandrespondtoMostlearnershaveregularjobsorattendregularschoolclassesongroundaswellHowever,thebenefitsareclearOnlinedistancelearningisbecomingverypopularSomeonlineclasseshavebecomeaprofitablebusinessastheyreplaceregulartraditionalmeansoflearningWhichofthefollowingisTRUEofthepassageaboutonlinedistancelearningA)IthasmoredisadvantagesthanadvantagesB)ItisalearningformbasedoninternetC)ItisnotavailableforsomestudentsD)IthasonlyenrichmentclassesSometimesonlinedistancelearningcanbeaproblembecauseA)learnerscan’tafforditB)learnersgettoomanyhintsC)itinvolvesexcessivewritingD)itisnotavailableattheweekendOneofthegoodaspectsofonlinedistancelearningisA)speedB)convenienceC)easyoperationD)varietyofinstructionWhatkindofstudentsmayNOTlikeonlinedistancelearningA)ThosebusywiththeirschedulesB)ThoseinneedoffurthereducationC)ThoseunabletoattendregularclassesD)ThoseinfavoroffacetofaceteachingWithregularmeansoflearning,thelearnershavetostudyA)atschoolB)ontheirownC)atallhoursofthedayD)bymeansofreadingandwritingPassageInventedattheturnofthecentury,radio(thetransmissionofelectricsignalswithoutwiresconnectingthepointsoftransmissionandreception)becamewidespreadthroughoutNorthAmericaandEuropebythesTheearlyradiowaslargeandcumbersomebutovertheyearstheradiohasbecomeincreasinglysmallerandmoreportablePeoplenowlistentotheradiointheircarsorcarryawalkmanwhengoingfromoneplacetoanotherRadioisperhapsthemostconvenientofallthemediaTheinfluenceoftheradiobegantodeclineintheswiththeadventoftelevisionButmanypeoplestillconsiderradiosuperiorinqualitywhenitcomestoanalyticalnewsprogramsOnJuly,,theFCCgrantedbroadcasterspermissiontousecommercialtohelppaycostsNBCandtheColumbiaBroadcastingSystem(CBS)soonbeganregularcommercialbroadcastsinNewYorkCityTheUnitedStates’entryintoWorldWarTwoinDecemberdelayedthecommercialgrowthofTV,butbroadcastingcontinuedInfact,CBSwasoneofthemostnotableoftheearlyshowsthatsamemonthadocumentaryonJapan’sattackonPearlHarborThemanufactureofcommercialTVequipment,however,endedalmostentirelyinButtechnicalimprovementsinthelaboratorycontinuedatamorerapidpacebecausegovernmentofficialsthoughttelevisionmighthavemilitaryusesDuringthewar,engineersdevelopednewtypesofphosphorsforTVpicturetubesthatgreatlyimprovedbrightnessandcontrastClearerglasstubeshelpedtoincreasepictureclarityAfterWorldWarTwoendedin,televisionstationssprangupthroughouttheUnitedStatesTheyearsawthefirstcoasttocoasttelecastATVboomwasunderwayButtheTVimagestilldifferedfromthescenebeingtelecastinonesignificantaspect:theimagelackedcolorSincethelates,researchershadexperimentedextensivelywithcolorTVsystemsInDecember,theFCCpavethewayforcolorbroadcastingbyestablishingastandard,andincolorsetswentonsaleintheUnitedStatesTheradiowasinventedattheturnoflastcentury,itsoonbecamewidespreadthroughoutA)SouthAmericaandNorthEuropeB)NorthLatinAmericaandSouthEuropeC)NorthAmericaandEuropeD)SouthLatinAmericaandEastEuropeNowadaysradiohasbecomeA)increasinglysmallerandmoreportableB)increasinglyheavyandinconvenientC)moreexpensiveandlessconvenientD)biggerandcheaperThebroadcastersaskedtheFCCtoA)allowthemtomakeadsintheirprogramsB)allowthemtousecommercialtohelppaycostsC)allowthemtousenoncommercialadsD)allowthemtousedifferentfrequenciesDuringWWII,CBSwasfamousforoneoftheearlyshowswhichisA)adocumentaryB)amusiccomedyC)anewsreportD)afeaturestoryDuringthewar,engineersdevelopednewtypesofphosphorsforTVpicturetubesthatgreatlyimprovedA)brightnessandcontrastB)darknessC)rotationandcolorD)sizePassageItishardtopredicthowscienceisgoingtoturnout,andifitisreallygoodscienceitisimpossibletopredictIfthethingstobefoundareactuallynew,theyarebydefinitionunknowninadvanceYoucannotmakechoicesinthismatterYoueitherhavescienceoryoudon’t,andifyouhaveityouareobligedtoacceptthesurprisinganddisturbingpiecesofinformationalongwiththeneatandpromptlyusefulbitsTheonlysolidpieceofscientifictruthaboutwhichIfeeltotallyconfidentisthatweareprofoundlyignorantaboutnatureIndeed,IregardthisasthemajordiscoveryofthepasthundredyearsofbiologyItis,initsway,anilluminationpieceofnewsItwouldhaveamazedthebrightestmindsofthethcenturyEnlightenmenttobetoldbyanyofushowlittleweknowandhowbewilderingseemsthewayaheadItisthissuddenconfrontationwiththedepthandscopeofignorancethatrepresentsthemostsignificantcontributionofthethcenturysciencetothehumanintellectInearliertimes,weeitherpretendedtounderstandhowthingsworkedorignoredtheproblem,orsimplymadeupstoriestofillthegapsNowthatwehavebegunexploringinearnest,wearegettingglimpsesofhowhugethequestionsareandhowfarfrombeingansweredBecauseofthis,wedepressedItisnotsobadbeingignorantifyouaretotallyignorantthehardthingisknowinginsomedetailtherealityofignorance,theworstspotsandhereandtherethenotsobadspots,butnotruelightattheendofthetunnelnorevenanytunnelsthatcanyetbetrustedButwearemakingabeginningandthereoughttobesomesatisfactionThereareprobablynoquestionswecanthinkupthatcan’tbeanswered,soonerorlater,includingeventhematterofconsciousnessTobesure,theremaywellbequestionswecan’tthinkupeverandthereforelimitstothereachofhumanintellect,butthatisanothermatterWithinourlimits,weshouldbeabletoworkourwaythroughtoallouranswersifwekeepatitlongenoughandpayattentionAccordingtotheauthor,reallygoodscienceA)wouldsurprisethebrightestmindsofthethcenturyEnlightenmentB)willproduceresultswhichcannotbeforeseenC)willhelppeopletomaketherightchoiceinadvanceD)willbringaboutdisturbingresultsItcanbeinferredfromthepassagethatscientistsofthethcenturyA)thoughtthattheyknewagreatdealandcouldsolvemostproblemsofscienceB)wereafraidoffacinguptotherealitiesofscientificresearchC)knewthattheywereignorantandwantedtoknowmoreaboutnatureD)didmoreharmthangoodinpromotingman’sunderstandingofnatureWhichofthefollowingstatementsisNOTtrueofscientistsinearliertimesA)Theyinventedfalsetheoriestoexplainthingstheydidn’tunderstandB)TheyfalselyclaimedtoknowallaboutnatureC)TheydidnotbelieveinresultsfromscientificobservationD)Theypaidlittleattentiontotheproblemstheydidn’tunderstandWhatistheauthor’sattitudetowardsscienceA)HeisdepressedbecauseoftheignoranceofscientistsB)HeisdoubtfulbecauseoftheenormousdifficultiesconfrontingitC)HeisconfidentthoughheisawareoftheenormousdifficultiesconfrontingitD)HeisdelightedbecauseoftheilluminatingscientificfindingsTheauthorbelievesthatA)mancanfindsolutionstowhateverquestionsconcerningnaturehecanthinkupB)mancannotsolvealltheproblemshecanthinkupbecauseofthelimitsofhumanintellectC)soonerorlatermancanthinkupallthequestionsconcerningnatureandanswerthemD)questionsconcerningconsciousnessareoutsidethescopeofscientificresearch完形填空复习题ManystudentsfindtheexperienceofattendinguniversitylecturestobeaconfusingandfrustratingexperienceThelecturerspeaksforoneortwohours,perhapsillustratingthetalkwithslides,()upimportantinformationontheblackboard,distributingreadingmaterialandgivingout()ThenewstudentseestheotherstudentscontinuouslywritingonnotebooksandwonderswhattowriteVeryoftenthestudentleavesthelecture()noteswhichdonotcatchthemainpointsandbecomehardevenforthestudentstounderstandMostinstitutionsprovidecourseswhichassistnewstudentstodeveloptheskillstheyneedtobe()listenersandnotetakersIftheseareunavailable,therearemanyusefulstudyskillsguideswhichenablelearnerstopracticetheseskills()Inallcasesitisimportantto()theproblembeforeactuallystartingyourstudiesItisimportanttoacknowledgethatmoststudentshavedifficultyinacquiringthelanguageskills()incollegestudyOnewayofovercomingthesedifficultiesistoattendthelanguageandstudyskillsclasseswhichmostinstitutionsprovidethroughoutthe()yearAnotherbasic()istofindastudypartner()itispossibletoidentifydifficulties,exchangeideasandprovidesupportA)writesB)writingC)writtenD)wroteA)assignmentsB)informationC)contentD)definitionA)withoutB)withC)onD)exceptA)effectiveB)passiveC)relativeD)expressiveA)independentlyB)repeatedlyC)logicallyD)generallyA)evaluateB)acquaintC)tackleD)formulateA)torequireB)requiredC)requiringD)arerequiredA)averageB)ordinaryC)normalD)academicA)statementB)strategyC)situationD)suggestionA)inthatB)forwhichC)withwhomD)suchasDisasterscanstrikepeoplequicklyandwithoutwarningItcanforceyourunawayfrom()youliveandjustconfineyou()yourhome(),itthreatensyourlifeandpropertyHowever,therearestillsomeeffectivemeasurespeoplecan()tocopewithdisastersFirstofall,gatheringasmuchinformationaspossibleItenablesyoutogetwillprepared()adisasterbothpsychologicallyandinmaterialItusually()adisasterguidethatprovidesappropriateapproachestoasafeplaceandsomeemergencytelephonenumbersSecondly,asupplieskitisanecessityAccordingtoexperts,thesuppliesshould()yourneedsforatleastthreedaysItmayincludewater,food,clothing,firstidkitandemergencytools()Thelastbutnottheleast,oneshouldkeepcalmwhenfacingadisaster()everyonereactsdifferentlytodisastroussituations,keepingcalmisoneofthemostimportantthingsoneneedstodoDon’tforgettodosomethingpositivethatwillhelpyougainagreatersenseofselfcontrolandtrytosaveyourlifeandproperty()withtheabovementionedfacilities,you’lldealwithdisastersinabetterwayA)whereB)whichC)whatD)whenA)atB)toC)fromD)inA)HoweverB)ForC)MoreoverD)DespiteA)doB)workC)fulfillD)takeA)beforeB)afterC)inD)atA)makesupB)consistsofC)constitutesD)comprisesofA)beB)haveC)meetD)doA)tooB)alsoC)eitherD)aswellA)AlthoughB)DespiteC)ActuallyD)FurthermoreA)OwnedB)ArmedC)HadD)GraspedItisinterestinghowNASAchosetheirastronautsforlandingthemonthemoonTheychosemen()theageoftwentyandthirtyfiveTherewereaboutfiftyofthemManywereoldairpilots()werescientistswithtwoorthreedegreesThehealthandphysicalconditionofthepilotswas,ofcourse,verynecessary()thoseinverygoodhealthandphysicalconditionwerechosenWhilebeingtrainedtobeastronauts,theywentthroughmany()Theystudiedthestarandthemoon,andtheyalsostudiedgeology,thescienceofrocksTheywereall()toflyinhelicoptersThesehelicopterslanded()downtogivethemsomeexperienceofthewaythespaceshipwould()landonthemoonTheylearntallthetechnicaldetailsofthespaceshipsandrocketsTheyvisitedthescientistsandengineerswho()themTheyvisitedthefactorieswheretheywerebuiltTheylearnthoweverypartofaspaceshipanditsinstrumentsworkTheyalsolearnteverydetailofgroundcontrol()Inaword,tobechosenasanastronaut,onemustbeingoodhealth,()inscienceandgoodatpilotingA)atB)betweenC)ofD)onA)NoneB)FewC)OthersD)TheyA)AsB)OnlyC)IfD)OrA)jobsB)placesC)coursesD)waysA)showedB)trainedC)toldD)letA)straightB)straightlyC)indirectlyD)directlyA)possiblyB)likelyC)actuallyD)reallyA)drewB)producedC)designedD)madeA)houseB)stopC)systemD)stationA)welldoneB)wellfedC)wellknownD)wellinformedTheRedCrossis()internationalorganizationwhichcaresforpeoplewhoareinneedofhelpAmaninParishospital()needsblood,awomaninMexicowhois()inanearthquake,andafamilyinIndiathatlosetheirhomeinastormmayallbe()bytheRedCrossTheRedCrossexistsinalmosteverycountryaroundtheworldAlloftheseagenciesshareacommongoaloftryingtohelppeople()needTheideaofforminganorganization()thesickandwoundedduringawarstartedwithJeanHenriDunantIn,heobservedhowpeopleweresufferingonabattlefield()ItalyHewantedtohelpallthewoundedpeople()whichsidetheywerefightingforThemostimportantresultofhisworkwasaninternationaltreaty()theGenevaConventionItprotectsprisonersofwar,thesickandwounded,andothercitizensduringawarTheAmericanRedCrosswassetupbyClaraBartoninTodaytheRedCrossintheUnitedStatesprovidesanumberofservicesforthepublic,suchashelpingpeopleinneed,()firstaid,demonstratingwatersafetyandartificialrespiration,andprovidingbloodA)aB)theC)anD)A)whoB)thatC)whichD)whereA)injuringB)injuredC)injuryD)injureA)aidingB)aidC)toaidD)aidedA)inB)underC)withD)byA)helpingB)helpedC)tohelpD)helpsA)inB)atC)onD)withA)regardingB)regardlessofC)inregardtoD)asregardsA)calledB)callingC)callsD)tocallA)taughtB)teachingC)teachesD)teachAlandfreefromdestruction,pluswealth,naturalresources,andlaborsupplyallthesewereimportantfactorsinhelpingEnglandtobecomethecenterfortheIndustrialRevolution()theywerenotenoughSomething()wasneededtostarttheindustrialprocessThat“somethingspecial”wasmencreativeindividualswhocouldinventmachines,findnewsourcesofpower,andestablishbusinessorganizationstoreshapesocietyThemenwho()themachinesoftheIndustrialRevolution()frommanybackgroundsandmanyoccupationsManyofthemwere()inventorsthanscientistsAmanwhoisapurescientistisprimarilyinterestedindoinghisresearchaccuratelyHeisnotnecessarilyworking()thathisfindingscanbeusedAninventororoneinterestedinappliedscienceis()tryingtomakesomethingthathasanactualuseHemaytrytosolveaproblembyusingthetheories()scienceorbyexperimentingthroughcorrectanderrorRegardlessofhismethod,heisworkingtoobtainaspecificresult:theconstructionofaharvestingmachine,theburningofalightbulb,oroneofmanyotherobjectivesMostofthepeoplewho()themachinesoftheIndustrialRevolutionwereinventors,nottrainedscientistsAfewwerebothscientistsandinventorsEventhosewhohadlittleornotraininginsciencemightnothavemadetheirinventions()agroundworkhadnotbeenlaidbyscientistsyearsbeforeA)ButB)AndC)BesidesD)EvenA)elseB)nearC)extraD)similarA)employedB)createdC)operatedD)controlledA)cameB)arrivedC)stemmedD)appearedA)lessB)betterC)moreD)worseA)nowB)andC)allD)soA)seldomB)sometimesC)usuallyD)neverA)ofB)withC)toD)asA)proposedB)developedC)suppliedD)offeredA)asB)ifC)becauseD)while

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