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《中华人民共和国药典》2000版正式执行的时间是 A.2000年7月1日 B.2001年7月1日 C.2000年1月1日 D.2001年1月1日 E.2000年2月1日
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1、 Rearrangethe order of the following sentences so that they can be coherent.a. He spent the first fifteen minutes of the hour working on the first of ten examination problems.b. He spent other minutes doodling on his test paper, c. Jose did not complete his mathematics examination yesterday.d. Like many college students, he does not know how to use time profitably during an examinationWhich of the following is the best answer?
A. c d a b
B. a c b d 
C.  c a b d
D. c d b a 
2、 Which of theunderlineexpressions isthe hedging ofthe following sentences.There is no difficulty in explaining how a structure such as an eye or a feather contributes to survival and reproduction; the difficulty is in thinking of a series of steps by which it could have arisen.
A. There is no difficulty in explaining how a structure such as an eye or a feather contributes to survival and reproduction; the difficulty is in thinking of a series of steps by which it could have arisen.
B. There is no difficulty in explaining how a structure such as an eye or a feather contributes to survival and reproduction; the difficulty is in thinking of a series of steps by which it could have arisen.
C. There is no difficulty in explaining how a structure such as an eye or a feather contributes to survival and reproduction; the difficulty is in thinking of a series of steps by which it could have arisen.
D. There is no difficulty in explaining how a structure such as an eye or a feather contributes to survival and reproduction; the difficulty is in thinking of a series of steps by which it could have arisen.
3、 Which of theunderline expressions isthe hedging of the following sentences.For example, it may be necessary for the spider to leave the branch on which it is standing, climb up the stem, and walk out along another branch.
A. For example, it may be necessary for the spider to leave the branch on which it is standing, climb up the stem, and walk out along another branch.
B. For example, it may be necessary for the spider to leave the branch on which it is standing, climb up the stem, and walk out along another branch.
C. For example, it may be necessary for the spider to leave the branch on which it is standing, climb up the stem, and walk out along another branch.
D. For example, it may be necessary for the spider to leave the branch on which it is standing, climb up the stem, and walk out along another branch.
4、 Which of theunderline expressions isthe hedging of the following sentences.One possibility is that generalized latent inhibition is likely to be weaker than that produced by pre-exposure to the CS itself and thus is more likely to be susceptible to the effect of the long interval.
A. One possibility is that generalized latent inhibition is likely to be weaker than that produced by pre-exposure to the CS itself and thus is more likely to be susceptible to the effect of the long interval.
B. One possibility is that generalized latent inhibition is likely to be weaker than that produced by pre-exposure to the CS itself and thus is more likely to be susceptible to the effect of the long interval.
C. One possibility is that generalized latent inhibition is likely to be weaker than that produced by pre-exposure to the CS itself and thus is more likely to be susceptible to the effect of the long interval.
D. One possibility is that generalized latent inhibition is likely to be weaker than that produced by pre-exposure to the CS itself and thus is more likely to be susceptible to the effect of the long interval.
5、 The basic components of all arguments involve three interdependent elements:claim(C),support(S)andwarrant(W). Please read the following sentences and figure out which one each sentence belongs to.Art is fundamental to cultural life; people want to live where art flourishes. ( )Inner-city art schools must receive more government funding. ( )Studies show that a vibrant arts scene improves the local economy. ( )
A. W S C
B. C S W
C. W C S
D. C W S
6、 The basic components of all arguments involve three interdependent elements: claim(C), support(S)and warrant(W). Please read the following sentences and figure out which one each sentence belongs to.Probably about only 10% of your manuscript should appear as directed quoted matter. ( )Students frequently overuse direct quotations in taking notes, and as a result they overuse quotations in the final research paper. ( )Therefore, you should limit the amount of exact of transcribing of source materials while taking note. ( )
A. C S W
B. C W S
C. S W C
D. S C W
7、 Which one does not belong to the‘four types ofpresentation’?
A. Goodwill presentation with the entertaining and ceremonial characteristic.
B. Story-telling presentation to describe a story.
C. Persuasive presentation to motive and convince.
D. Informative presentation with a descriptive feature.
8、 Your posture can send messages. Whichstatementis false to explain your posture?
A. Leaning to one side – You don’t really want to be there, you are trying to slip away; 
B. Pacing across the speaking area - Without purpose and with no relation to the speech – You can’t wait to get out. You are wasting your time there.
C. A clenched fist to show anger. It is hostile and threatening. It could also convey the sense you are hiding something.
D. You turn your back on the audience whilst you speak – You are telling lies to your audience.
9、 Which one is not the feature of a poster?
A. A good poster focuses on a core message.
B. A good poster contains graphs and images.
C. A good poster is always big enough.
D. An effective poster always keeps the sequence well-organized.
10、 Here are some suggestions for creating good posters. Which statement is wrong?
A. Headings are not that important.
B. Use a clear layout to move readers through your poster.
C. You need to focus your core message and ask yourself which details are absolutely essential for conveying your message.
D. Before starting work on your poster, consider message, space, budget, format, and deadlines.
11、 Conversation-styled lectures whichlecturer doesn’t rely on notes and bases the lecture around audience response are not academic lectures.
A. 错误
B. 正确
12、 When listening to a lecture, "sign posts” or "signals" always enables us to trace the development of ideas in the lecture and offers us a clue to organize our notes.
A. 正确
B. 错误
13、 As a active listener, we need to note down everything we heard as quickly as possible.
A. 正确
B. 错误
14、 When we are doing paraphrase, we usually use shorter similar words or phrases for longer phrases.
A. 错误
B. 正确
15、 When you paraphrase you need to use complete sentences.
A. 正确
B. 错误
16、 We’d better not reorganize nor revise our notes after the lecture. Because it may leads to misunderstanding and missing of the information.
A. 错误
B. 正确
17、 We choose different forms of noting according to our own personal preferences.
A. 正确
B. 错误
18、 We can use mathematical symbols in taking notes.
A. 错误
B. 正确
19、 We’d better not generate our own Abbreviations and symbols suggested from our mother tongue.
A. 正确
B. 错误
20、 Too many abbreviations and symbols would make our notes difficult to understand.
A. 正确
B. 错误
21、 Annotating a text means that you take notes in the margins of a reading text.
A. 错误
B. 正确
22、 No matter whether you are giving a quotation or rewriting the words of the writer in your own way, you need to give citation and referencing.
A. 错误
B. 正确
23、 Citing is theone of theeffective waysto avoid plagiarism.
A. 正确
B. 错误
24、 When theideasor languages of the original sources are significant, people might use them with direct quotations.
A. 错误
B. 正确
25、 APA and MLA are different patterns of document formatting guidelines.
A. 错误
B. 正确
26、 Many words in academic English are the same as daily vocabulary, so students of English needn’t to learn academic vocabulary specifically.
A. 错误
B. 正确
27、 The Academic Word Listis a list of words which appear with high frequency in English academic texts.
A. 错误
B. 正确
28、 The Academic Word List contains570 words.
A. 错误
B. 正确
29、 In English, affixation, clipping and compoundingare chief ways of word formation.
A. 正确
B. 错误
30、 Like with grammar, there are specific rules for how collocation works.
A. 错误
B. 正确
31、 Learning collocations will help you to express yourself in a variety of ways.
A. 错误
B. 正确
32、 Brainstorming techniques encourage people to come up withclear and insightfulideas.
A. 正确
B. 错误
33、 In brainstorming, criticism of ideasis welcomed when the ideas are found to be crazy or irrelevant.
A. 正确
B. 错误
34、 Mind mapping isthe bestway to do brainstorming.
A. 错误
B. 正确
35、 Mind mapping is a highly effective way of getting information in and out of your brain. It is a creative and logical means of note-taking.
A. 错误
B. 正确
36、 Sichuan cuisine is famed for bold flavors, particularly the pungency and spiciness resulting from liberal use of _____, as well as the unique flavor of the Sichuan peppercorn and Facing Heaven pepper.
A. B.\tshallot and Chinese prickly ash
B. D.\tgarlic and chili peppers
C. C.\tgarlic and Chinese prickly ash
D. A.\tshallot and chili peppers
37、 Also, the _____ have a preference of ‘roast fish in fragrant couch grass’. When cooking this dish, a fish will be bundled with fragrant couch grass upon the fire to roast ripe.
A. D.\tMongolians
B. A.\tOroqens
C. C.\tUygurs
D. B.\tDais
38、 In general, taboos in diet are mainly brought about by _____, religious faiths and creeds, which demand the people to observe some principles in diet practice.
A. B.\thistorical tales
B. D.\tsocial conventions
C. A.\tmyths
D. C.\tschool education
39、 It is said that dexterity and intelligence could be improved via using _____ as over eighty joints and fifty muscles will be required to coordinate with one another in the practice.
A. B.\tspoons
B. D.\tknives
C. C.\tforks
D. A.\tchopsticks
40、 The typical yin cooking methods include _____, and _____ are considered as yang methods.
A. C.\tstir-frying, frying and steaming; boiling, roasting and poaching
B. A.\tboiling, poaching and steaming; stir-frying, deep-frying and roasting
C. B.\tboiling, frying and steaming; poaching, roasting and grilling
D. D.\tstir-frying, roasting and poaching; boiling, steaming and deep-frying
41、 The three main criteria for good Chinese food are: color, aroma and taste.
A. 错误
B. 正确
42、 Taste involves proper seasoning and fine slicing techniques.
A. 错误
B. 正确
43、 Chinese cuisines attach little importance to the yin-yang principle and medicinal function of the dishes.
A. 错误
B. 正确
44、 In general, people living in coastal areas usually take more seafood, aquatic products and domestic poultry.
A. 错误
B. 正确
45、 The Mongolians are good at curing vegetables to preserve the food for a whole winter when there are insufficient vegetables for sale in northeast China.
A. 错误
B. 正确
46、 Hunan cuisine is well known for its hot spicy flavor, fresh aroma and deep color. Chili, pepper and _____ are necessities in this cuisine. It is also renowned for its frequent use of _____ in cooking.
A. C.\tonion…preserved meat
B. B.\tshallot…pickled vegetables
C. A.\tshallot…preserved meat
D. D.\tonion…pickled vegetables
47、 Zhe cuisine consists of at least four styles: Hangzhou style, Shaoxing style, _____ style and Shanghai style.
A. B.\tSuzhou
B. D.\tWuxi
C. A.\tNingbo
D. C.\tYangzhou
48、 Aroma implies not only the smell of the dish, but also the freshness of the materials and the blending of seasoning.
A. 错误
B. 正确
49、 Yang foods are thin, cooling and low in calories, while yin foods are rich, spicy, warming and high in calories.
A. 正确
B. 错误
50、 Jiangsu cuisine favors cooking techniques such as braising and stewing, while Sichuan cuisine employs baking, just to name a few.
A. 错误
B. 正确
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