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通过该课程的学习,学生能够打下良好的写作基本功,能够满足大多数学生的写作需求,尤其是专业学位研究生生能够学会撰写一般性的应用文,学术学位研究生能够写好五段作文和学术论文。

His conclusions were ( ) interesting, but controversial.

  • quiet
  • quite

Millions of people are attempting to ( ) weight.

  • lose
  • loose

Sunspots have been known to ( ) radio communication.

  • affect
  • effect

Professor Poledna received their ( ) politely.

  • compliments
  • complements

The ancient symbol depicted a snake eating ( ) tail.

  • it’s
  • its

Both social and ( ) criteria need to be examined.

  • economical
  • economic

It took many years for some of Freud’s theories to be ( ).

  • accepted
  • excepted

In the following sentences, decide if the words underlined are specific or not. Insert the (Y)if specific. N(not specific)Example: .............inflation was the greatest problem for ...... Brazilian government. (N)Inflation was the greatest problem for (Y)Brazilian government. ........... engineering is the main industry in this region.

  • N
  • Y

  • column A
  • column B
  • column C

In the following sentences, decide if the words underlined are specific or not. Insert the (Y)if specific. N(not specific)Example: .............inflation was the greatest problem for ...... Brazilian government. (N)Inflation was the greatest problem for (Y)Brazilian government.The moons of Jupiter were discovered in ........... eighteenth century.

  • Y
  • N

In the following sentences, decide if the words underlined are specific or not. Insert the (Y)if specific. N(not specific)Example: .............inflation was the greatest problem for ...... Brazilian government. (N)Inflation was the greatest problem for (Y)Brazilian government. .......... global warming is partly caused by the fossil fuels.

  • N
  • Y

In the following sentences, decide if the words underlined are specific or not. Insert the (Y)if specific. N(not specific)Example: .............inflation was the greatest problem for ...... Brazilian government. (N)Inflation was the greatest problem for (Y)Brazilian government. .......... Russian revolution was largely a result of the First World War.

  • Y
  • N

In the following sentences, decide if the words underlined are specific or not. Insert the (Y)if specific. N(not specific)Example: .............inflation was the greatest problem for ...... Brazilian government. (N)Inflation was the greatest problem for (Y)Brazilian government........... fraud is costing the banking industry millions of pounds a year.

  • N
  • Y

In the following sentences, decide if the words underlined are specific or not. Insert the (Y)if specific. N(not specific)Example: .............inflation was the greatest problem for ...... Brazilian government. (N)Inflation was the greatest problem for (Y)Brazilian government........... drought may have been a factor in the decline of the Maya empire. N(Drough)

  • N
  • Y

In the following sentences, decide if the words underlined are specific or not. Insert the (Y)if specific. N(not specific)Example: .............inflation was the greatest problem for ...... Brazilian government. (N)Inflation was the greatest problem for (Y)Brazilian government........... forests of Scandinavia produce most of the world’s paper.

  • Y
  • N

In the following sentences, decide if the words underlined are specific or not. Insert the (Y)if specific. N(not specific)Example: .............inflation was the greatest problem for ...... Brazilian government. (N)Inflation was the greatest problem for (Y)Brazilian government. .......... French police have issued a warning about the terrorist groups.

  • Y
  • N

In the following sentences, decide if the words underlined are specific or not. Insert the (Y)if specific. N(not specific)Example: .............inflation was the greatest problem for ...... Brazilian government. (N)Inflation was the greatest problem for (Y)Brazilian government. .......... computer crime has grown by 200% in the last decade.

  • N
  • Y

In the following sentences, decide if the words underlined are specific or not. Insert the (Y)if specific. N(not specific)Example: .............inflation was the greatest problem for ...... Brazilian government. (N)Inflation was the greatest problem for (Y)Brazilian government........... Japanese emperor lives in the centre of Tokyo.

  • Y
  • N

In the following sentences, decide if the words underlined are specific or not. Insert the (Y)if specific. N(not specific)Example: .............inflation was the greatest problem for ...... Brazilian government. (N)Inflation was the greatest problem for (Y)Brazilian government.Already 3% of the US working population are employed in ........ call centres.

  • N
  • Y

In the following sentences, decide if the words underlined are specific or not. Insert the (Y)if specific. N(not specific)Example: .............inflation was the greatest problem for ...... Brazilian government. (N)Inflation was the greatest problem for (Y)Brazilian government.The purpose of this paper is to evaluate ........ intelligence tests.

  • N
  • Y

In each pair below, one sentence is correct and one contains an error. Write M for misplaced modifier or C for correct in front of each sentence. 1. Having been held up, the police were called by the store owner.

  • M
  • C

In each pair below, one sentence is correct and one contains an error. Write M for misplaced modifier or C for correct in front of each sentence. 2. Having been held up, the store owner called the police.

  • M
  • C

In each pair below, one sentence is correct and one contains an error. Write M for misplaced modifier or C for correct in front of each sentence. 3. I noticed a crack in the window walking into the delicatessen.

  • M
  • C

In each pair below, one sentence is correct and one contains an error. Write M for misplaced modifier or C for correct in front of each sentence. 4. Walking into the delicatessen, I noticed a crack in the window.

  • M
  • C

In each pair below, one sentence is correct and one contains an error. Write M for misplaced modifier or C for correct in front of each sentence. 5. Though he thought the job was long-term, Sam worked in Phoenix only one day.

  • M
  • C

In each pair below, one sentence is correct and one contains an error. Write M for misplaced modifier or C for correct in front of each sentence. 6. Though he thought the job was long-term, Sam only worked in Phoenix one day.

  • M
  • C

In each pair below, one sentence is correct and one contains an error. Write M for misplaced modifier or C for correct in front of each sentence. 7. With great delight, the children were ready to devour the luscious dessert.

  • M
  • C

In each pair below, one sentence is correct and one contains an error. Write M for misplaced modifier or C for correct in front of each sentence. 8. The children were ready to devour the luscious dessert with great delight.

  • M
  • C

In each pair below, one sentence is correct and one contains an error. Write M for misplaced modifier or C for correct in front of each sentence. 9. In a secondhand store, Willie found a television set that had been stolen from me last month.

  • M
  • C

In each pair below, one sentence is correct and one contains an error. Write M for misplaced modifier or C for correct in front of each sentence. 10. Willie found a television set in a secondhand store that had been stolen from me last month.

  • M
  • C

In each pair below, one sentence is correct and one contains an error. Write D for dangling or C for correct in the blank next to each sentence. 1. Advertising on Craigslist, Ian’s car was quickly sold.

  • D
  • C

In each pair below, one sentence is correct and one contains an error. Write D for dangling or C for correct in the blank next to each sentence. 2. By advertising on Craigslist, Ian quickly sold his car.

  • D
  • C

In each pair below, one sentence is correct and one contains an error. Write D for dangling or C for correct in the blank next to each sentence. 3. After painting the downstairs, the house needed airing to clear out the fumes.

  • D
  • C

In each pair below, one sentence is correct and one contains an error. Write D for dangling or C for correct in the blank next to each sentence. 4. After we painted the downstairs, the house needed airing to clear out the fumes.

  • D
  • C

In each pair below, one sentence is correct and one contains an error. Write D for dangling or C for correct in the blank next to each sentence. 5. Believing Venice to be the most romantic city in Europe, a visit there was planned for our honeymoon.

  • D
  • C

In each pair below, one sentence is correct and one contains an error. Write D for dangling or C for correct in the blank next to each sentence. 6. Believing Venice to be the most romantic city in Europe, we planned a visit there for our honeymoon.

  • D
  • C

In each pair below, one sentence is correct and one contains an error. Write D for dangling or C for correct in the blank next to each sentence. 7. After picking out a suit, I added a tie and a shirt to my list.

  • D
  • C

In each pair below, one sentence is correct and one contains an error. Write D for dangling or C for correct in the blank next to each sentence. 8. After picking out a suit, a tie and a shirt were added to my list.

  • D
  • C

In each pair below, one sentence is correct and one contains an error. Write D for dangling or C for correct in the blank next to each sentence. 9. Casting his fishing line into the lake, a largemouth bass could be felt grabbing his bait.

  • D
  • C

In each pair below, one sentence is correct and one contains an error. Write D for dangling or C for correct in the blank next to each sentence. 10. Casting his fishing line into the lake, Matthew could feel a largemouth bass grabbing his bait.

  • D
  • C

Choose from the list of transitions to fill in the blanks correctly in the paragraph. "But  Consequently  Yet  In contrast  First  Fourth  Third  Finally  Instead Similarly  Although  Second" .European universities and universities in the United States are different in many ways. (1) [填空1], European students enroll in fewer courses each term than United States students do.(2) [填空2], European students seldom live at a university.(3) [填空3], they live at home and travel to classes. (4) [填空4], most European courses are given by professors who lecture to their classes.(5) [填空5], United States professors often ask their students questions or allow their students to form discussion groups.(6) [填空6], European professors ask students to write fewer papers than United States professors do. (7) [填空7], European students’ final examinations are usually oral, whereas American students take written final examinations. (8) [填空8], a European university is mainly a place to study. (9) [填空9], at most United States universities, social activities take up a large part of the students’ time.

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Imagine that you arrive at the airport for departure. Put the following sentences in correct order so that they describe the procedures you go through. 1.Tell the man that you have baggage to check in.[填空1]2. Go to the desk of the airline concerned in the terminal building.[填空2]3. The man at he counter checks both your ticket and your ID card or passport. [填空3]4. Pass into the restricted area to go through the security check point.[填空4]5. He weighs your suitcase and places it on the conveyor belt.[填空5]6. Board the airplane. [填空6]7. Get your boarding pass on which your seat number is printed. [填空7]

  • 暂无选项

In the blank before each of the following sentences, write C if it is a statement of CLASSIFICATION or N if it is not. 1. Democracy is  a state of mind.

  • C
  • N

In the blank before each of the following sentences, write C if it is a statement of CLASSIFICATION or N if it is not. 2. Some sports require as high a degree of eye-mind-hand coordination as brain surgery.

  • C
  • N

In the blank before each of the following sentences, write C if it is a statement of CLASSIFICATION or N if it is not. 3. Gamblers fall into several classes, depending upon what their stakes are.

  • C
  • N

In the blank before each of the following sentences, write C if it is a statement of CLASSIFICATION or N if it is not. 4. Students should not be allowed to smoke in the classroom.

  • C
  • N

In the blank before each of the following sentences, write C if it is a statement of CLASSIFICATION or N if it is not. 5. Many aspects of the American character can be attributed to the American frontier.

  • C
  • N

What is a good summary?

  • A good summary contains only the important information.
  • A good summary is shorter than the original article.
  • A good summary copies the information taken from the original article.

According to what you have learned in this part, which statement is true? Mark the true statement with T and the fasle statement with F. You don’t need to state the purpose of writing at the beginning of an application letter.

  • T
  • F

According to what you have learned in this part, which statement is true? Mark the true statement with T and the fasle statement with F. You should be confident and state all your strategies and skills in the body part of an application letter.

  • T
  • F

According to what you have learned in this part, which statement is true? Mark the true statement with T and the fasle statement with F. Files cannot be enclosed at the end of an application letter.

  • T
  • F

I am confident that I am ___________ meet the job requirements.

  • qualified for
  • competent to

I have gained a solid foundation of ___________ when I was in college.

  • professional knowledge
  • proficiency knowledge

Your advertisement for an English teacher in yesterday’s China Daily ___________ .

  • is interested me a lot
  • interested me a lot

I will be ___________ with a MA degree this July.

  • graduating
  • graduated

Which expression is better in describing working experience?

  • My task was tutoring a high school student 2 hours per week.
  • Tutored a high school student 2 hours per week.

Which item could be added into a CV for a permanent position in financial services? Experience: Interpreted financial investment data

  • This item must be added.
  • This item may be added.

Which item could be added into a CV for a permanent position in financial services? Experience: Assisted with disbursement of trust accounts

  • This item must be added.
  • This item may be added.

Which item could be added into a CV for a permanent position in financial services? Experience: Participated in policymaking

  • This item must be added.
  • This item may be added.

Which item could be added into a CV for a permanent position in financial services? Experience: Coordinated funding for 35 organizations

  • This item must be added.
  • This item may be added.

Which item could be added into a CV for a permanent position in financial services? Experience: Researched financial investment data

  • This item must be added.
  • This item may be added.

Which item could be added into a CV for a permanent position in financial services? Experience: Implemented training course for new recruits

  • This item must be added.
  • This item may be added.

There are some sentences describing the given graph which is about Chinese People’s Ownership of Smart Phones. According to what you have learned in this part, which statement is true? Mark the true statement with T and the fasle statement with F.The number of people who owned smart phones increased dramatically between 2011 and 2018.

  • T
  • F

There are some sentences describing the given graph which is about Chinese People’s Ownership of Smart Phones. According to what you have learned in this part, which statement is true? Mark the true statement with T and the fasle statement with F.The number of people who owned smart phones soared from 2005 to 2011.

  • T
  • F

There are some sentences describing the given graph which is about Chinese People’s Ownership of Smart Phones. According to what you have learned in this part, which statement is true? Mark the true statement with T and the fasle statement with F.The number of people who owned smart phones make up only 5% in 2011.

  • T
  • F

There are some sentences describing the given graph which is about Chinese People’s Ownership of Smart Phones. According to what you have learned in this part, which statement is true? Mark the true statement with T and the fasle statement with F.Since 2011, the percentage of people who owned smart phones has increased by 20%.

  • T
  • F

A good narrative usually starts with a good hook-the attention getter because it sets the stage for the story. Which two sentences would not be good hooks for a narrative essay?

  • The roar of race-car engines ripped through the blazing heart of the day.
  • The gleaming snow lay over the treacherous mountain like a soft white blanket, making the terrain seem safe instead of deadly.
  • The Russian dictionary that we use in our language class has 500 pages.
  • Amber never expected to hear the deadly sound of a rattlesnake in her kitchen garden.
  • Whales are by far the largest marine mammals.

Read the essay entitled "Becoming A Man". Fill in the blanks with an appropriate connector or time relationship word or phrase.When they are asked who their idol is, most people will name a famous person. I am not most people. My idol is a person whom I have known my entire life. He is my brother Claudio, and even today he teaches me about life. The day that Claudio taught me the importance of being a man is the day he left home to go to college.It was an early Saturday morning in August. As usual, we were woken up by the sound of our sister playing the piano. She was always playing that silly instrument! 1) [填空1] a few minutes of lying in our beds, wishing she would stop, we slowly got up. 2)[填空2] that point, we knew we could not fall back asleep. She was probably going to play that piano all day!3) [填空3] we reached the kitchen, there was a surprise for Claudio—his favorite breakfast. 4) [填空4] Mom saw us, she gave us a big smile and told us to sit down for our pancakes. It was obvious that this was an important day for every one 5) [填空5] we finishing breakfast, Claudio went upstairs to continue packing.6)[填空6] I heard him call my name. I ran to the room we shared, sat down on the bed, and watched Claudio close his suitcase. He turned to me and nodded. “It’s time, brother,” he said. I thought he was referring to his time to leave the house. Actually, he went on to explain all of the important responsibilities that I would have after he was gone. Claudio meant that it was time for me to take on a bigger role in the family. 7)[填空7] that point, I understood everything.8)[填空8] then on, I took my role as the “man of the house” very seriously. With Claudio away, I would need to be available for Mom whenever she needed me. What have I learned from my brother? I have learned about family, love and responsibility.

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Compare paragraphs A and B that follow. Which paragraph contains transition signals and is more coherent?

  • One difference among the world's seas and oceans is that the salinity varies in different climate zones. The Baltic Sea in northern Europe is only one-fourth as salty as the Red Sea in the Middle East. There are reasons for this. In warm climates, water evaporates rapidly. The concentration of salt is greater. The surrounding land is dry and does not contribute much freshwater to dilute the salty seawater. In cold climate zones, water evaporates slowly. The runoff created by melting snow adds a considerable amount of freshwater to dilute the saline seawater.
  • One difference among the world's seas and oceans is that the salinity varies in different climate zones. For example, the Baltic Sea in northern Europe is only one-fourth as saline as the Red Sea in the Middle East. There are two reasons for this. First of all, in warm climate zones, water evaporates rapidly; therefore, the concentration of salt is greater. Second, the surrounding land is dry; consequently, it does not contribute much freshwater to dilute the salty seawater. In cold climate zones, on the other hand, water evaporates slowly. Furthermore, the runoff created by melting snow adds a considerable amount of freshwater to dilute the saline seawater.

Identify the irrelevant sentences. Look at the initial sentence in each paragraph to see what the focus of that paragraph should be. Binge drinking is the new scourge of British society.

  • Many town centres have become places to avoid on weekend evenings as hundreds of drunk and often violent people spill out onto the streets.
  • More than 70 percent of casualty admissions on Friday and Saturday evenings are drink related.
  • Casualty departments across the country have had their funding cut in the last few years.
  • European Commission statistics show that the UK is the most drink-sodden society in Europe with more people admitting to 'binge drinking' than any other EU country.
  • Hungary was the least drunken society in the Europe wide survey.
  • Hungary generally has a more gentle and sophisticated society than the UK.

Identify the irrelevant sentences. Look at the initial sentence in each paragraph to see what the focus of that paragraph should be.The Greek islands make a perfect place to go on holiday.

  • There are literally hundreds of islands to choose from.
  • Athens is the rather overcrowded and polluted capital of Greece.
  • Many of the Greek islands are still very unspoiled and quiet, retaining traces of a more peaceful pace of life.
  • For those wanting more excitement, there are islands with plenty of bars and restaurants.
  • Getting to the islands could not be easier; there are regular ferry connections to all the main islands from Athens and Raffina.
  • Some people can feel rather unwell when traveling by boat.

Identify the causes and effects in the following sentences. Mark the cause with C in the brackets  and the effect with E in the brackets.More than a quarter million French soldiers and civilians died[填空1]as a result of Prussia's invasion of France in 1870[填空2].

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Identify the causes and effects in the following sentences. Mark the cause with C in the brackets  and the effect with E in the brackets. The limited effects of the crisis on the financial sector [填空1]were attributed to the stability of the country's carefully managed domestic banking system[填空2].

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Identify the causes and effects in the following sentences. Mark the cause with C in the brackets  and the effect with E in the brackets. The official website of Immigration Canada crashed[填空1] due to a surge in traffic from American visitors [填空2]on the night the presidential election results came out.

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Identify the causes and effects in the following sentences. Mark the cause with C in the brackets  and the effect with E in the brackets. The dramatic increase of agriculture productivity, along with the introduction of new seed varieties[填空1], led to population movements from north to south and rising crop yields across the empire[填空2].

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Identify the causes and effects in the following sentences. Mark the cause with C in the brackets  and the effect with E in the brackets. As the study demonstrates, self-control with effective time management, note-taking strategies, and goal orientation[填空1]are the three most important non-intellectual factors for academic success[填空2].

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Read the following paragraph and answer the questions after it.The left and right side of the brain process information in different ways. The left side is logical, linear, and verbal. The right side, on the other hand, processes information intuitively, emotionally, creatively, and visually. Left brains think in words, whereas right brains think in pictures. People who depend more on the left side of their brain are list makers and analysts. They are detailed, careful, and organized. In contrast, right-brained people are visual, intuitive, and sensual. When a left-brained person has to mark an important decision, he or she makes a mental list of all the factors involved and arrives at a decision only after careful analysis. When a right-brained person has to make the same decision, on the other hand, he or she is more likely to base it on intuition and feelings. For example, a left-brained automobile shopper will consider a car's cost, fuel efficiency, and resale value, whereas a right-brained shopper bases a decision on how shiny the chrome is, how soft the seats are, and how smoothly the car drives. Of course, no one is 100 percent left-brained or 100 percent right-brained. Although one side may be stronger, both sides normally work together. [Source:  Oshima & Hogue (2007)]This paragraph is about ( ).

  • similarities
  • differences

Read the following paragraph and answer the questions after it.The left and right side of the brain process information in different ways. The left side is logical, linear, and verbal. The right side, on the other hand, processes information intuitively, emotionally, creatively, and visually. Left brains think in words, whereas right brains think in pictures. People who depend more on the left side of their brain are list makers and analysts. They are detailed, careful, and organized. In contrast, right-brained people are visual, intuitive, and sensual. When a left-brained person has to mark an important decision, he or she makes a mental list of all the factors involved and arrives at a decision only after careful analysis. When a right-brained person has to make the same decision, on the other hand, he or she is more likely to base it on intuition and feelings. For example, a left-brained automobile shopper will consider a car's cost, fuel efficiency, and resale value, whereas a right-brained shopper bases a decision on how shiny the chrome is, how soft the seats are, and how smoothly the car drives. Of course, no one is 100 percent left-brained or 100 percent right-brained. Although one side may be stronger, both sides normally work together.[Source:  Oshima & Hogue (2007)]How many similarities/differences[填空1] are there?

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Which of the following is not included in a standard structure of a definition?

  • Term.
  • Class.
  • Distinguishing feature.
  • Origin.

Which of the following is a material term?

  • Behaviorism.
  • Modem.
  • Friendship.
  • Honesty.

Which of the following definitions is proper?

  • Economics is the study of the economy.
  • Economics is a science of the production and distribution of goods.

Which of the following definitions is proper?

  • An automobile is a car used as a means of transportation.
  • An automobile is a means of transportation.

Which of the following definitions is proper?

  • State-owned enterprise (SOE) is a business that is either wholly or partially owned and operated by a government.
  • By State-owned enterprise (SOE) I mean one of the great blessings of democratic planning.

Which of the following is a conceptual term?

  • Success.
  • Happiness.
  • Democracy.
  • Cell.

When is extended definition necessary?

  • When the term is simple and clear.
  • When the term is abstract.
  • When the term is ambiguous.
  • When the term is controversial.

The method used in the following definition is to define by [填空1]. The word “Quisling” which means “A traitor who works for the enemies”, derives from the name of Major Vidkun Quisling, a Norwegian general who controlled Norway when it was occupied by Germany in World War Two.

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The method used in the following definition is to define by [填空1]. There are many different types of love: parental love, brotherly love, patriotic love, and love of God, pets, beauty and so forth, what I am trying to refer to is love between sisters.

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The method used in the following definition is to define by [填空1]. Love is not to give to give a large amount of money, nor is love a strong desire to control others.

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Choose from the given transitions to fill in the blanks. "be defined as, refers to, by definition, known as, be described as" Sharing economy (also [填空1] shareconomy or collaborative consumption or peer economy) is a hybrid market model which refers to peer-to-peer-based sharing of access to goods and services.

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Choose from the given transitions to fill in the blanks. "be defined as, refers to, by definition, known as, be described as" Self-esteem can [填空1] a confidence and satisfaction in oneself.

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Choose from the given transitions to fill in the blanks. "be defined as, refers to, by definition, known as, be described as" [填空1], heroes and heroines are men and women distinguished by uncommon courage, achievement.

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Choose from the given transitions to fill in the blanks. "be defined as, refers to, by definition, known as, be described as" El Nino can [填空1] atmospheric change caused by warm ocean water.

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Choose from the given transitions to fill in the blanks. "be defined as, refers to, by definition, known as, be described as" The term "formal learning" is used in this paper to [填空1] all learning which takes place in the classroom.

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Which of the following is a proper thesis statement?

  • The benefits of the computer.
  • The computer can help students do research.
  • I want to introduce the benefits of the computer.
  • Let’s discuss the benefits of the computer.

Which of the following is more suitable as a thesis statement?

  • Hemingway is an American writer in the 20th century.
  • Hemingway is the best American writer of the 20th century.

Which of the following is more suitable as a thesis statement?

  • Cell phones have more disadvantages for kids in the nursery.
  • Cell phones are harmful to people.

Which of the following is more suitable as a thesis statement?

  • Noise pollution is harmful to people’s health.
  • Noise pollution is the most harmful of all environmental pollution.

Which of the following is more suitable as a thesis statement?

  • Computer price is the decisive concern for computer users.
  • Computer prices are dropping by as much as 10 percent annually.

Which of the following is a proper expression when presenting an argument?

  • Perhaps.
  • I think.
  • Sometimes.
  • According to the statistics.

Can you identify the logical fallacy in this argument? "God would want us to be honest, so honesty is the most important value of human beings.

  • Non-testable hypothesis.
  • Circular argument.
  • The Strawman Argument.
  • Oversimplification.

Can you identify the logical fallacy in this argument? "Everybody knows that we can’t make a proper decision when we are angry. "

  • Argument from authority.
  • False dilemma.
  • Argumentum ad Populum.
  • Circular argument.

What features must a good argumentation have?

  • A debatable point.
  • Sufficient evidence.
  • Good logic.
  • Famous author.

How many ideas should a thesis statement express toward one topic?

  • One.
  • Two.
  • Three.
  • As many as possible.

What could the thesis statement express?

  • Expectation.
  • Idea.
  • Opinion.
  • Attitude.

How many different types of argumentative essay do you know, please name two types of them: [填空1].

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Logic reasoning can be divided into two types according to the process of reasoning, what are they? [填空1] & [填空2].

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Choose from the given transitions to fill in the blank. "whereas, as a illustration, consequently" Some drivers have no respect for the speed limit and [填空1] are punished.

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Choose from the given transitions to fill in the blank. "whereas, as a illustration, consequently" [填空1] cultural anthropologists often base their conclusions on the experience of living within contemporary communities, archaeologists study past societies primarily through their material remains.

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Choose from the given transitions to fill in the blank. "whereas, as a illustration, consequently" This fact will serve [填空1] to show the importance of technical innovation.

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Which form of be would you choose here? A total of 45 undergraduates from a single introductory psychology course[填空1]recruited for the study.

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Which form of be would you choose here? The average score of all the results[填空1]69.4%.

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Which form of be would you choose here? Well over half of the participants[填空1]unable to accurately estimate their logical reasoning ability relative to their peers.

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Which form of be would you choose here? Nearly 95 percent of the participants[填空1]unable to estimate how many questions they answered correctly.

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Which form of be would you choose here?A small number of high performing students[填空1]able to predict their test scores.

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Which one of the following is not a major purpose of this course?

  • To give a  useful overview of  why students should present a paper.
  • How to choose what paper to send.
  • How to network at a conference. (ans)
  • How to practice  and give your paper.

Which one of following statements IS NOT TRUE?

  • A paper for oral delivery should be different from a paper meant to be read.
  • Clear language and structure is a must in an oral paper.
  • You must find your balance between having fun and being informative.
  • Little attention needs to be given to your PPT for an oral presentation.

Which one of following statements IS NOT TRUE?

  • Understanding best  practices in business  for oral presentations can teach a scholar nothing.
  • In business, clear presentations are very valuable.
  • Conferences offer important opportunities to network and  share ideas.
  • There are many different types of presentations possible.

Which one of following statements IS NOT TRUE?

  • Different fields and different national cultures will produce different kinds of presentations.
  • It is good to seek out a mentor when thinking about presenting at a conference.
  • Presentations in the sciences are pretty much like those in the humanities. (ans)
  • Some presentations can be scholarly, others more aimed at specific skills.

Which one of the following is a type of presentation I do not talk about?

  • The individually presented paper.
  • The online webinar.
  • Poster sessions.
  • A combined student-teacher paper.

Which one of following statements IS NOT TRUE?

  • All papers always need to be presented in person.
  • In a panel discussion, often there is a person who sums up the papers.
  • Workshops often instruct participants in specific skills.
  • The individually presented paper is probably the most common type of  paper.

Which one of following statements IS NOT TRUE?

  • Students should chose a topic which they have written about before as the topic of their first papers.
  • Students should above all strive to find some strikingly original topic to write on.
  • It is important to carefully choose which conference you send an abstract off to.
  • Often successful abstracts from prior years can be found on the internet for you to study and learn from.

Which one of the following bits of information is not usually found in a call for papers?

  • The subject  or focus of the conference.
  • The expected acceptance rate for papers.
  • Details on how abstracts should be formatted.
  • Details about dates for submission and acceptance of abstracts.

Which one of following statements IS NOT TRUE?

  • Abstracts are always very short.
  • Abstracts can be of very different lengths, depending on the conference.
  • The presenter is often asked about the need for multimedia.
  • Most submission are judged blindly, with the name of the presenter unknown.

Which one of following statements IS NOT TRUE?

  • Standards for bibliography and citations can very among fields and conferences.
  • Sometimes abstracts are sorted into ‘tracks’.
  • A title of an abstract should be informative, but it humor is possible.
  • Most conferences are very flexible about deadlines.

Which one of following statements IS NOT TRUE?

  • Sometimes papers of a conference will be published as articles.
  • It is important to try to present information that can be interesting to non-specialists.
  • It is unnecessary to worry about non-specialists not understanding your paper.
  • When your paper is submitted, it is good to immediately start thinking about the logistics of actually going to the conference.

Which one of following statements IS NOT TRUE?

  • A truly good abstract will always be accepted.
  • Often a call for papers will provide information about registering for the conference.
  • The nature of your audience can vary greatly between kinds of conferences.
  • It is good to seek the advice of professors or other mentors when considering where to send your abstract.

Which one of following statements IS NOT TRUE?

  • In some ways, writing an abstract can be harder than writing the paper.
  • You can write an abstract with only a vague idea of what your paper will be about.
  • To produce a good abstract your writing should be precise and demonstrate you have proper background knowledge.
  • A proper abstract shows you understand the proper research methods.

Which one of following statements IS NOT TRUE?

  • A proper abstract should show you can cover the topic in the allotted time.
  • An abstract should show why the topic is important.
  • Abstracts in all fields are pretty similar.
  • An abstract should explain what is the author’s original contribution.

Which one of following statements IS NOT TRUE?

  • Abstracts are never targeted toward a specific audience.
  • Abstracts should show the author is aware of the pertinent scholarship.
  • It is a good idea to have a friend or mentor read over your abstract
  • Abstracts must always focus on original research.

Which one of following statements IS NOT TRUE?

  • The abstract’s title should be informative, but need not be dull.
  • Abstracts often include a sample of the author’s methodology.
  • It is a good idea to have a friend or mentor read over your abstract.
  • Abstracts must always focus on original research.

Which one of following statements IS NOT TRUE?

  • In a workshop, the instructor may teach a specific skill.
  • In an abstract for a workshop, there is no need to cite scholarship.
  • In an abstract for a workshop, the author should show the benefits of the skill taught.
  • Sometimes in an abstract for a workshop, the author descrives the need for specific skills.

Which one of following statements IS NOT TRUE?

  • It is always important to know how your methods and evidence will support your hypothesis.
  • The flow of thought in an abstract should be clear and well organized.
  • It is proper to always use a lot of cutting-edge terminology and jargon.
  • Each field has different conventions for abstract writing.

Which one of following statements IS NOT TRUE?

  • Learning to present your paper is an important academic skill.
  • It can be quite challenging to condense a long paper into a fifteen minute presentation.
  • Listening to a paper is very different from reading a paper.
  • An oral paper is basically just a slightly edited written paper.

Which one of following statements IS NOT TRUE?

  • Oral presentations which are simply slightly edited versions of a complex written paper are often failures.
  • A common fault seen in oral presentations is the use of a PPT whose words are hard to see or not connected to what the presenter is saying.
  • Oral papers are always dumbed-down versions of written papers.
  • In composing a paper for oral presentation, you must focus on listening, not reading, comprehension.

Which one of following statements IS NOT TRUE?

  • Introduce yourself.
  • Explain why your topic is important.
  • Give an overview of your methodology and conclusions.
  • Tell a funny story to relax the audience

Which one of following statements about what you should do early in an oral paper IS NOT TRUE?

  • Clichés help the audience understand the paper.
  • Early in an oral paper you should state your thesis clearly.
  • Paragraphs should follow one another in logical order
  • It is important to pay attention to transitions between paragraphs

Which one of following statements IS NOT TRUE?

  • Make sure you check that your pronunciation of key words is correct.
  • It is good to use a lot of long quotes in a paper.
  • It is best to put long quote (if needed) in the handout.
  • It is important to write a good conclusion.

Which one of following statements IS NOT TRUE?

  • In the concluding paragraph, you should sum up the main steps of your argument as well as present conclusions.
  • Sometimes pictures are more effective at transmitting information than words.
  • You must make sure what you speak is well coordinated with what your ppt is showing.
  • You should only compose your ppt after you have written the oral part of the paper.

Which one of following statements IS NOT TRUE?

  • A paper composed for oral presentation should be very different than a paper composed for reading comprehension
  • The individual oral presentation is the only kind that appears in conferences.
  • In a paper crafted for oral presentation the syntax and vocabulary should be simpler and clearer.
  • You should be careful to coordinate what you show in slides with what you are saying during a presentation.

Which one of following statements IS NOT TRUE?

  • You do not need to practice reciting your paper until it is fully written.
  • It is a good idea to practice reciting your paper while you are composing it, to remove poor or confusing writing.
  • A least a week before you present, you should seriously begin practicing delivering the paper.
  • It is good to practice with one or more people who can correct you.

Which one of following statements IS NOT TRUE?

  • You can put annotations in your paper, such a reminders to keep a good posture or to maintain eye contact.
  • You can add notes about when to change slides.
  • You can add notes about hard to pronounce.
  • You should always read your paper from a computer screen.

Which one of following statements IS NOT TRUE?

  • Make sure you stay up-to-date regarding information about the conference.
  • It is good to print out your paper in a larger font and to number pages.
  • Don’t worry about where your room is until you need to present your paper.
  • Try to check out your room and its AV equipment before you give your paper.

Which one of following statements IS NOT TRUE?

  • It is vitally important that you talk with all your fellow speakers before the session.
  • The session chair may ask you for your CV to help him/her introduce you.
  • Different sessions may have different rules about when to accept questions.
  • It is important to show up early if you can and to stay for the whole session.

Which one of following statements IS NOT TRUE?

  • Do not be nervous about being nervous – it happens.
  • Do not worry about posture and body gestures.
  • It is important to maintain good posture and have proper body gestures and to maintain some eye contact.
  • Do not speak in a monotone the whole time.

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