- 用0.20mol/L HCl滴定0.20mol/L Na2HPO4溶液时，滴定曲线上出现______个突跃。
- Gundberg believes that when remodeling a kitchen, people shouldnt use white subway tile backsplash,but large format glass tile in similar shapes.
- The aim of the universities reform in Germany is not only to award useful degrees．but make German system compatible with European ones．
- Questions下列各are based on the following passage. Ive twice been to college admissions wars, and as I survey the battle field, something different is happening. Its one upmanship among parents. We see our kids college 36 as trophies ( 战利品) attesting to how well weve raised them. But we cant acknowledge that our obsession is more about us than them. So weve contrived various 37 that turn out to be haft truths, prejudices or myths. We have a full blown prestige panic; we worry that there wont be enough trophies to go around. Fearful parents urge their children to apply to more schools than ever. Underlying the hysteria is the belief that scarce 38 degrees must be highly valuable. Their graduates must enjoy more success because they get a better education and develop better contacts. All thats 39 --and mostly wrong. Selective schools dont systematically 40 better instructional approaches than less-selective schools. Some do; some dont. On two measures--professors feedback and the number of essay exams--selective schools do slightly worse. By some studies, selective schools do enhance their graduates lifetime earnings. The gain is reckoned at 2 percent to 4 percent for every 100 point increase in a schools average SAT scores. But even this advantage is probably a 41 fluke (偶然；侥幸). A well kno,vn study by Princeton economist Alan Krueger and Stacy Berg Dale of Mathematica Policy Research examined students who got into highly selective schools and then went elsewhere. They earned just as much as graduates from other schools. Kids count more than their colleges. Getting into Yale may 42 intelligence, talent and ambition.But its not the only indicator and, 43 , its significance is declining. The reason: so many similar people go elsewhere. Getting into college isnt lifes only competition. In the next competition--the job market, graduate school--the results may change. Old boy networks are breaking down. Krueger studied admissions to one top Ph.D. program. High scores on the Graduate Record Exam helped explain who got in; Ivy League degrees didnt. So, parents, lighten up. The stakes have been vastly exaggerated. Up to a point, we can 44 our pushiness(一意孤行). America is a competitive society; our kids need to adjust to that. But too much pushiness can be 45 . The very ambition we impose on our children may get some into Harvard but may also set them up for disappointment. One study of students 20 years out found that, other things being equal, graduates of highly selective-schools experienced more job dissatisfaction. They may have been so conditioned to being on top that anything less disappoints. A)advantageous I) manipulate B)contrarily J)meditate C)destructive K)plausible D)elite L)ranks E)employ M)rationalize F)jlmction N)signify G)justifications O)statistical H)literally 第36题应填_____
- Languages ability to move the future to and fro in our mind might greatly influence our judgments and decisions.
- Mrs. Almond said “I’m so embarrassed” (Para. 7) because ______.A.she had distrusted her close friendsB.she had caused unnecessary troubleC.she had to refuse the doctor’s adviceD.she had to tell the truth to the doctor