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查询单词:consumption
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释义:n. 消耗量,消费量;消耗,消费
有道释义:consumption [kənˈsʌmpʃn] - ★★ n. 消费;消耗;肺痨 (研四六托雅 3146/2561)
真题词频英语一:consumptionR4T0X5W3
真题年份:2000年
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真题题型:完形填空
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音标:/kənˈsʌmpʃn/
真题例句:consumptionIf a farmer wishes to succeed, he must try to keep a wide gap between his consumption and his production. 考研 2000 P2 完形填空 #1-1Energy conservation, a shift to other fuels and a decline in the importance of heavy, energy-intensive industries have reduced oil consumption. 考研 2002 S3 阅读 Part A Text 3 #4-2It can be inferred from the text that the retail price of petrol will go up dramatically if [A]price of crude rises. [B]commodity prices rise. [C]consumption rises. [D]oil taxes rise. 考研 2002 S3 阅读 Part A Text 3 #Q[52]People are absorbed into "a culture of consumption" launched by the 19th-century department stores that offered "vast arrays of goods in an elegant atmosphere. 考研 2006 S2 阅读 Part A Text 1 #1-3According to the author, the department stores of the 19th century [A]played a role in the spread of popular culture. [B]became intimate shops for common consumers. [C]satisfied the needs of a knowledgeable elite. [D]owed its emergence to the culture of consumption. 考研 2006 S2 阅读 Part A Text 1 #Q[22]Professor Terence Stephenson, president of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health, said that the consumption of unhealthy food should be seen to be just as damaging as somking or excessive drinking. 考研二 2011 S2 阅读 Part B #4-2The author suggests that our perception of children's psychological development was much influenced by ___. [A]the observation of children's nature [B]the marketing of products for children [C]researches into children's behaviour [D]studies of childhood consumption 考研二 2012 S2 阅读 Part A Text 2 #Q[28]To become much more self-sufficient, the UK would need to drastically reduce its consumption of animal foods, and probably also farm more intensively—meaning fewer green fields and more factory-style production. 考研二 2021 S2 阅读 Part A Text 2 #4-2It can be learned from the last paragraph that British people ___. [A]rely largely on imports for fresh produce [B]enjoy a steady rise in fruit consumption [C]are seeking effective ways to cut calorie intake [D]are trying to grow new varieties of grains 考研二 2021 S2 阅读 Part A Text 2 #Q[29]The first and more important is the consumer's growing preference for eating out: the consumption of food and drink in places other than homes has risen from about 32 percent of total consumption in 1995 to 35 percent in 2000 and is expected to approach 38 percent by 2005. 考研一 2010 S2 阅读 Part B #A-1Laughter does |2| short-term changes in the function of the heart and its blood vessels, |3| heart rate and oxygen consumption. 3. [A] stabilizing [B] boosting  [C] impairing  [D] determining  2. [A] reflect [B] demand  [C] indicate  [D] produce  考研一 2011 S1 完形填空 #1-3First, most people do not realise that there are strong commercial agendas at work to keep them in passive consumption mode. 考研一 2012 S2 阅读 Part B #4-4Stemming climate change, for example, is as much about changing consumption patterns and promoting tax acceptance as it is about developing clean energy. 考研一 2013 S2 阅读 Part B 选项[A]One study found that muscle loss and the |4| of body fat around the abdomen are associated with a decline in fluid intelligence. 4. [A] detection [B] accumulation  [C] consumption  [D] requirement  考研一 2021 S1 完形填空 #Q[4]
真题词群:  consumption fall  NOUN@VERB  [kənˈsʌmpʃən][fɔːl]  消费下降  consumption pattern  NOUN@NOUN  [kənˈsʌmpʃən][ˈpætərn]  消费模式  consumption mode  NOUN@NOUN  [kənˈsʌmpʃən][məʊd]  消费方式
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查询单词:support
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释义:v. 资助,供养,赡养(某人)
有道释义:support [səˈpɔ:t] - ※ ★★★★★ n. 支持,维持;支援,供养;支持者,支撑物 vt. 支持,支撑,支援;扶持,帮助;赡养,供养 时态: supported, supporting, supports (高研四六雅 524/481)
真题词频英语一:supportR24T0X2W8
真题年份:2000年
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音标:/səˈpɔːrt/
真题例句:supportThe true enemies of science, argues Paul Ehrlich of Stanford University, a pioneer of environmental studies, are those who question the evidence supporting global warming, the depletion of the ozone layer and other consequences of industrial growth. 考研 1998 P3 阅读 Passage 3 #7-2The case of Schutt helmet demonstrated that _____. [A]some injury claims were no longer supported by law [B]helmets were not designed to prevent injuries [C]product labels would eventually be discarded [D]some sports games might lose popularity with athletes 考研 1999 P3 阅读 Passage 1 #Q[53]He can continue to support himself and his family |42| he produces a surplus. 42. [A] only if [B] much as  [C] long before  [D] ever since  考研 2000 P2 完形填空 #1-3As a result, the support for ambition as a healthy impulse, a quality to be admired and fixed in the mind of the young, is probably lower than it has ever been in the United States. 考研 2000 P3 阅读 Passage 5 #3-2Such, then, is the way things stand: on the left angry critics, on the right stupid supporters, and in the middle, as usual, the majority of earnest people trying to get on in life. 考研 2000 P3 阅读 Passage 5 #3-5The writer mentioned the case of the United States to justify the policy of _____. [A]providing financial support overseas [B]preventing foreign capital's control [C]building industrial infrastructure [D]accepting foreign investment 考研 2001 P3 阅读 Passage 2 #Q[57]There are a number of bestselling downshifting self-help books for people who want to simplify their lives; there are newsletters, such as The Tightwad Gazette, that give hundreds of thousands of Americans useful tips on anything from recycling their cling-film to making their own soap; there are even support groups for those who want to achieve the mid-'90s equivalent of dropping out. 考研 2001 P3 阅读 Passage 5 #4-3Although it ruled that there is no constitutional right to physician-assisted suicide, the Court in effect supported the medical principle of "double effect," a centuries-old moral principle holding that an action having two effects—a good one that is intended and a harmful one that is foreseen—is permissible if the actor intends only the good effect. 考研 2002 S3 阅读 Part A Text 4 #2-1Making friends is extremely important to teenagers, and many shy students need the |32| of some kind of organization with a supportive adult |33| visible in the background. 32. [A] consent [B] insurance  [C] admission  [D] security  33. [A] particularly [B] barely  [C] definitely  [D] rarely  考研 2003 S2 完形填空 #1-7The emergence of the Net has [A]received support from fans like Donovan. [B]remolded the intelligence services. [C]restored many common pastimes. [D]revived spying as a profession. 考研 2003 S3 阅读 Part A Text 1 #Q[41]From the text we learn that Stephen Cooper is [A]a well-known humanist. [B]a medical practitioner. [C]an enthusiast in animal rights. [D]a supporter of animal research. 考研 2003 S3 阅读 Part A Text 2 #Q[50]Supporters of the new supersystems argue that these mergers will allow for substantial cost reductions and better coordinated service. 考研 2003 S3 阅读 Part A Text 3 #2-1According to those who support mergers, railway monopoly is unlikely because [A]cost reduction is based on competition. [B]services call for cross-trade coordination. [C]outside competitors will continue to exist. [D]shippers will have the railway by the throat. 考研 2003 S3 阅读 Part A Text 3 #Q[51]What is many captive shippers' attitude towards the consolidation in the rail industry? [A]Indifferent. [B]Supportive. [C]Indignant. [D]Apprehensive. 考研 2003 S3 阅读 Part A Text 3 #Q[52]The author's attitude toward Richard Lamm's remark is one of [A]strong disapproval. [B]reserved consent. [C]slight contempt. [D]enthusiastic support. 考研 2003 S3 阅读 Part A Text 4 #Q[58]We can learn from the text that Americans have a history of [A]undervaluing intellect. [B]favoring intellectualism. [C]supporting school reform. [D]suppressing native intelligence. 考研 2004 S3 阅读 Part A Text 4 #Q[57]Although both Sapir and Whorf emphasized the diversity of languages, Sapir himself never explicitly supported the notion of linguistic determinism. 考研 2004 S3 阅读 Part B 翻译 #3-6An argument made by supporters of smoking was that [A]there was no scientific evidence of the correlation between smoking and death. [B]the number of early deaths of smokers in the past decades was insignificant. [C]people had the freedom to choose their own way of life. [D]antismoking people were usually talking nonsense. 考研 2005 S2 阅读 Part A Text 2 #Q[26]Evidence from brain imaging supports this view. 考研 2005 S2 阅读 Part A Text 3 #2-1To help homeless people |3| independence, the federal government must support job training programs, |4| the minimum wage, and fund more low-cost housing. 3. [A] in [B] for  [C] with  [D] toward  4. [A] raise [B] add  [C] take  [D] keep  考研 2006 S1 完形填空 #1-3From the text we can conclude that the author [A]is supportive of both sides. [B]favors the townsfolk's view. [C]takes a detached attitude. [D]is sympathetic to the RSC. 考研 2006 S2 阅读 Part A Text 2 #Q[30]They believe the data support an idea current among marine biologists, that of the "shifting baseline". 考研 2006 S2 阅读 Part A Text 3 #4-2The defense of the Church became a rallying |15| for the conservative forces. 15. [A] support [B] cry  [C] plea  [D] wish  考研 2007 S1 完形填空 #Q[15]What is the author's attitude towards IQ tests? [A]Supportive. [B]Skeptical. [C]Impartial. [D]Biased. 考研 2007 S2 阅读 Part A Text 2 #Q[30]This "added-worker effect" could support the safety net offered by unemployment insurance or disability insurance to help families weather bad times. 考研 2007 S2 阅读 Part A Text 3 #2-5Most of all, these new adults must feel that they are respected and supported by a family that appreciates them. 考研 2007 S2 阅读 Part B #7-5There is open-access publishing, typically supported by asking the author (or his employer) to pay for the paper to be published. 考研 2008 S2 阅读 Part A Text 2 #4-5Finally, there are open-access archives, where organizations such as universities or international laboratories support institutional repositories. 考研 2008 S2 阅读 Part A Text 2 #4-6DNA testing is also the latest rage among passionate genealogists—and supports businesses that offer to search for a family's geographic roots. 考研 2009 S2 阅读 Part A Text 2 #3-2Supporters of the theory viewed culture as a collection of integrated parts that work together to keep a society functioning. 考研 2009 S2 阅读 Part B 选项[F]In my own research, complaints from women about their husbands most often focused not on tangible inequities such as having given up the chance for a career to accompany a husband to his, or doing far more than their share of daily life-support work like cleaning, cooking and social arrangements. 考研二 2010 S2 阅读 Part A Text 2 #4-1What is most wives' main expectation of their husbands? [A]Talking to them. [B]Trusting them. [C]Supporting their careers. [D]Sharing housework. 考研二 2010 S2 阅读 Part A Text 2 #Q[26]The EU is faced with so many problems that ___. [A]it has more or less lost faith in markets [B]even its supporters begin to feel concerned [C]some of its member countries plan to abandon euro [D]it intends to deny the possibility of devaluation 考研二 2011 S2 阅读 Part A Text 4 #Q[36]Generally speaking, the author's attitude toward gene patenting is ___. [A]critical [B]supportive [C]scornful [D]objective 考研二 2012 S2 阅读 Part A Text 3 #Q[35]In a world where average is officially over, there are many things we need to do to support employment, but nothing would be more important than passing some kind of G. I. Bill for the 21st century that ensures that every American has access to post-high school education. 考研二 2013 S2 阅读 Part A Text 1 #6-1The author's attitude toward Americans' watching TV is ___. [A]critical [B]supportive [C]sympathetic [D]ambiguous 考研二 2014 S2 阅读 Part A Text 1 #Q[22]The author believes that after 2015, the government may ___. [A]implement more policies to support housing [B]review the need for large-scale public grants [C]renew the affordable housing grants programme [D]stop generous funding to the housing sector 考研二 2014 S2 阅读 Part A Text 4 #Q[40]The study suggests that most first-generation students ___. [A]are from single-parent families [B]study at private universities [C]are in need of financial support [D]have failed their college 考研二 2015 S2 阅读 Part A Text 2 #Q[28]It can be learned from Paragraph 3 that unintentional harm-doers will not be prosecuted if they ___. [A]agree to pay a sum for compensation [B]volunteer to set up an equally big habitat [C]offer to support the WAFWA monitoring job [D]promise to raise funds for USFWS operations 考研二 2016 S2 阅读 Part A Text 2 #Q[28]Jay Lininger would most likely support ___. [A]industry groups [B]the win-win rhetoric [C]environmental groups [D]the plan under challenge 考研二 2016 S2 阅读 Part A Text 2 #Q[30]The author's attitude toward Koziatek's school can be described as ___. [A]supportive [B]tolerant [C]disappointed [D]cautious 考研二 2018 S2 阅读 Part A Text 1 #Q[25]What is essential to California's plan according to Paragraph 5? [A]To handle the areas in serious danger first. [B]To carry it out before the year of 2020. [C]To perfect the emissions-permit auctions. [D]To obtain enough financial support. 考研二 2019 S2 阅读 Part A Text 2 #Q[29]The author's attitude to California's plan can best be described as ___. [A]ambiguous [B]tolerant [C]supportive [D]cautious 考研二 2019 S2 阅读 Part A Text 2 #Q[30]What is the much-argued solution to the labor shortage in U.S. farming? [A]To attract younger laborers to farm work. [B]To get native U.S. workers back to farming. [C]To use more robots to grow high-value crops. [D]To strengthen financial support for farmers. 考研二 2019 S2 阅读 Part A Text 3 #Q[33]"Children may face serious difficulties in coping with significant moves, especially if it removes them from their current school or support system," he said. 考研二 2019 S2 阅读 Part B #5-1That seems to be the case in Sweden: When forced to furlough 90 per cent of their cabin staff, Scandinavian Airlines decided to start up a short retraining program that reskilled the laid-off workers to support hospital staff. 考研二 2021 S2 阅读 Part A Text 1 #4-3AT&T is cited to show ___. [A]an alternative to the fire-and-hire strategy [B]an immediate need for government support [C]the importance of staff appraisal standards [D]the characteristics of reskilling programs 考研二 2021 S2 阅读 Part A Text 1 #Q[22]Any writer needs to read as much and as widely as they can; it's the one |17| supporter—something you can't do without. 17. [A] indispensable [B] innovative  [C] invisible  [D] instant  考研二 2022 S1 完形填空 #4-2The author suggests that the "two-step-flow theory" [A]serves as a solution to marketing problems. [B]has helped explain certain prevalent trends. [C]has won support from influentials. [D]requires solid evidence for its validity. 考研一 2010 S2 阅读 Part A Text 3 #Q[32]Toyota Motor's experience is cited as an example of [A]responding effectively to hijacked media. [B]persuading customers into boycotting products. [C]cooperating with supportive consumers. [D]taking advantage of hijacked media. 考研一 2011 S2 阅读 Part A Text 3 #Q[34]In a society that so persistently celebrates procreation, is it any wonder that admitting you regret having children is equivalent to admitting you support kitten-killing? 考研一 2011 S2 阅读 Part A Text 4 #3-1They gave justices permanent positions |11| they would be free to |12| those in power and have no need to |13| political support. 13. [A] confirm [B] express  [C] cultivate  [D] offer  12. [A] serve [B] satisfy  [C] upset  [D] replace  11. [A] so [B] since  [C] provided  [D] though  考研一 2012 S1 完形填空 #4-2In Wisconsin the unions have rallied thousands of supporters against Scott Walker, the hardline Republican governor. 考研一 2012 S2 阅读 Part A Text 4 #6-2It can be inferred from Paragraph 5 that the Alien and Sedition Acts [A]violated the Constitution. [B]undermined the states' interests. [C]supported the federal statute. [D]stood in favor of the states. 考研一 2013 S2 阅读 Part A Text 4 #Q[38]The White House claims that its power of enforcement [A]outweighs that held by the states. [B]is dependent on the states' support. [C]is established by federal statutes. [D]rarely goes against state laws. 考研一 2013 S2 阅读 Part A Text 4 #Q[39]It is financially terrifying, psychologically embarrassing and you know that support is minimal and extraordinarily hard to get. 考研一 2014 S2 阅读 Part A Text 1 #3-2But in Osborneland, your first instinct is to fall into dependency—permanent dependency if you can get it—supported by a state only too ready to indulge your falsehood. 考研一 2014 S2 阅读 Part A Text 1 #4-1Because representative government presupposes an informed citizenry, the report supports full literacy; stresses the study of history and government, particularly American history and American government; and encourages the use of new digital technologies. 考研一 2014 S2 阅读 Part A Text 4 #3-2The author implies in Paragraph 5 that professors are [A]supportive of free markets. [B]cautious about intellectual investigation. [C]conservative about public policy. [D]biased against classical liberal ideas. 考研一 2014 S2 阅读 Part A Text 4 #Q[39]According to the first two paragraphs, King Juan Carlos of Spain [A]used to enjoy high public support. [B]was unpopular among European royals. [C]eased his relationship with his rivals. [D]ended his reign in embarrassment. 考研一 2015 S2 阅读 Part A Text 1 #Q[21]While polls show Britons rate "the countryside" alongside the royal family, Shakespeare and the National Health Service (NHS) as what makes them proudest of their country, this has limited political support. 考研一 2016 S2 阅读 Part A Text 2 #1-3Which of the following can be inferred from Paragraph 3? [A]Labour is under attack for opposing development. [B]The Conservatives may abandon "off-plan" building. [C]Ukip may gain from its support for rural conservation. [D]The Liberal Democrats are losing political influence. 考研一 2016 S2 阅读 Part A Text 2 #Q[28]Enlist the support of professionals and share with them your goals and context. 考研一 2016 S2 阅读 Part B #7-2In a recent study |5| over 400 healthy adults, researchers from Carnegie Mellon University in Pennsylvania examined the effects of perceived social support and the receipt of hugs |6| the participants' susceptibility to developing the common cold after being |7| to the virus. 7. [A] devoted [B] exposed  [C] lost  [D] attracted  6. [A] of [B] in  [C] at  [D] on  5. [A] collecting [B] involving  [C] guiding  [D] affecting  考研一 2017 S1 完形填空 #2-1People who perceived greater social support were less likely to come |8| with a cold, and the researchers |9| that the stress-reducing effects of hugging |10| about 32 percent of that beneficial effect. 9. [A] calculated [B] denied  [C] doubted  [D] imagined  10. [A] served [B] required  [C] restored  [D] explained  8. [A] across [B] along  [C] down  [D] out  考研一 2017 S1 完形填空 #2-2|11| among those who got a cold, the ones who felt greater social support and received more frequent hugs had less severe |12|. 11. [A] Even [B] Still  [C] Rather  [D] Thus  12. [A] defeats [B] symptoms  [C] tests  [D] errors  考研一 2017 S1 完形填空 #2-3But demanding too much of air travelers or providing too little security in return undermines public support for the process. 考研一 2017 S2 阅读 Part A Text 1 #2-3Elected leaders must be allowed to help supporters deal with bureaucratic problems without fear of prosecution for bribery. 考研一 2017 S2 阅读 Part A Text 4 #5-2The court's ruling is based on the assumption that public officials are [A]justified in addressing the needs of their constituents. [B]qualified to deal independently with bureaucratic issues. [C]allowed to focus on the concerns of their supporters. [D]exempt from conviction on the charge of favoritism. 考研一 2017 S2 阅读 Part A Text 4 #Q[38]The author's attitude toward the court's ruling is [A]sarcastic. [B]tolerant. [C]skeptical. [D]supportive. 考研一 2017 S2 阅读 Part A Text 4 #Q[40]Scientists have found that exposure |8| this hormone puts us in a trusting |9|: In a Swiss study, researchers sprayed oxytocin into the noses of half the subjects; those subjects were ready to lend significantly higher amounts of money to strangers than were their |10| who inhaled something else. 10. [A] counterparts [B] substitutes  [C] colleagues  [D] supporters  考研一 2018 S1 完形填空 #Q[10]Which of the following best represents the author's view? [A]Issues arising from automation need to be tackled. [B]Worries about automation are in fact groundless. [C]Optimists' opinions on new tech find little support. [D]Negative consequences of new tech can be avoided. 考研一 2018 S2 阅读 Part A Text 1 #Q[22]That common-sense change enjoys wide public support and would save the USPS $2 billion per year. 考研一 2018 S2 阅读 Part A Text 4 #4-4The financial problem with the USPS is caused partly by [A]its rigid management. [B]its unbalanced budget. [C]the withdrawal of bank support. [D]the cost for technical upgrading. 考研一 2018 S2 阅读 Part A Text 4 #Q[36]According to Paragraph 5, grade forgiveness enables colleges to [A]obtain more financial support. [B]boost their student enrollments. [C]improve their teaching quality. [D]meet local governments' needs. 考研一 2019 S2 阅读 Part A Text 2 #Q[28]But where is the evidence to support such alarmist advice? 考研一 2020 S1 完形填空 #2-3A "town of culture" could be not just about the arts but about honouring a town's peculiarities—helping sustain its high street, supporting local facilities and above all celebrating its people. 考研一 2020 S2 阅读 Part A Text 1 #4-1Glasgow is mentioned in Paragraph 3 to present [A]a contrasting case. [B]a supporting example. [C]a background story. [D]a related topic. 考研一 2020 S2 阅读 Part A Text 1 #Q[24]Progressives often support diversity mandates as a path to equality and a way to level the playing field. 考研一 2020 S2 阅读 Part A Text 3 #1-1The digital services tax now awaits the signature of President Emmanuel Macron, who has expressed support for the measure, and it could go into effect within the next few weeks. 考研一 2020 S2 阅读 Part A Text 4 #2-1"Eye contact and smile" can signal availability and confidence, a common-sense notion supported in studies by psychologist Monica Moore. 考研一 2020 S2 阅读 Part B #3-5The researchers looked at data that |7| measurements of lean muscle and abdominal fat from more than 4,000 middle-to-older-aged men and women and |8| that data to reported changes in fluid intelligence over a six-year period. 7. [A] modified [B] supported  [C] included  [D] predicted  考研一 2021 S1 完形填空 #Q[7]The only previous study analyzing causality, based on an area in Mexico that had instituted CCTs, supported the traditional view. 考研一 2021 S2 阅读 Part A Text 2 #4-3Which of the following measures would the Productivity Commission support? [A]Imposing reasonable wage restraints. [B]Enforcing employment protection laws. [C]Limiting the powers of business owners. [D]Dismissing poorly performing managers. 考研一 2022 S2 阅读 Part A Text 4 #Q[38]Our research provides strong support for the value of zoos in connecting people with animals and with nature. 考研一 2022 S2 阅读 Part B #15-2
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查询单词:surplus
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释义:n. 剩余(额);过剩;盈余,顺差/a. 剩余的;过剩的
有道释义:surplus [ˈsɜ:pləs] - ★★★ n. 剩余;[贸易] 顺差;盈余;过剩 adj. 剩余的;过剩的 (高研四六托雅宝 6243/4815)
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真题例句:surplusHe can continue to support himself and his family |42| he produces a surplus. 42. [A] only if [B] much as  [C] long before  [D] ever since  考研 2000 P2 完形填空 #1-3He must use this surplus in three ways: as seed for sowing, as an insurance |43| the unpredictable effects of bad weather and as a commodity which he must sell in order to |44| old agricultural implements and obtain chemical fertilizers to |45| the soil. 44. [A] replace [B] purchase  [C] supplement  [D] dispose  45. [A] enhance [B] mix  [C] feed  [D] raise  43. [A] for [B] against  [C] of  [D] towards  考研 2000 P2 完形填空 #1-4If no surplus is available, a farmer cannot be |47|. 47. [A] self-confident [B] self-sufficient  [C] self-satisfied  [D] self-restrained  考研 2000 P2 完形填空 #1-6According to the author, one of the driving forces behind M&A wave is _____. [A]the greater customer demands [B]a surplus supply for the market [C]a growing productivity [D]the increase of the world's wealth 考研 2001 P3 阅读 Passage 4 #Q[64]A variety of small clubs can provide |30| opportunities for leadership, as well as for practice in successful |31| dynamics. 30. [A] durable [B] excessive  [C] surplus  [D] multiple  考研 2003 S2 完形填空 #Q[30]Planning ahead should eliminate wastage, but if you have surplus vegetables you'll do a vegetable soup, and all fruits threatening to "go off" will be cooked or juiced. 考研二 2013 S2 阅读 Part B #4-4
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查询单词:unpredictable
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释义:a. 无法预料的,不可预知的
有道释义:unpredictable [ˌʌnprɪˈdɪktəbl] - ★★ n. 不可预言的事 adj. 不可预知的;不定的;出乎意料的 (托 6653/6854)
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真题例句:unpredictableHis mind was ready for the unpredictable. 考研 1999 P3 阅读 Passage 5 #2-4Unpredictability is part of the essential nature of research. 考研 1999 P3 阅读 Passage 5 #2-5If you don't have unpredictable things, you don't have research. 考研 1999 P3 阅读 Passage 5 #2-6The author wants to prove with the example of Isaac Newton that _____. [A]inquiring minds are more important than scientific experiments [B]science advances when fruitful researches are conducted [C]scientists seldom forget the essential nature of research [D]unpredictability weighs less than prediction in scientific research 考研 1999 P3 阅读 Passage 5 #Q[67]The author asserts that scientists _____. [A]shouldn't replace "scientific method" with imaginative thought [B]shouldn't neglect to speculate on unpredictable things [C]should write more concise reports for technical journals [D]should be confident about their research findings 考研 1999 P3 阅读 Passage 5 #Q[68]He must use this surplus in three ways: as seed for sowing, as an insurance |43| the unpredictable effects of bad weather and as a commodity which he must sell in order to |44| old agricultural implements and obtain chemical fertilizers to |45| the soil. 44. [A] replace [B] purchase  [C] supplement  [D] dispose  45. [A] enhance [B] mix  [C] feed  [D] raise  43. [A] for [B] against  [C] of  [D] towards  考研 2000 P2 完形填空 #1-4It can be learned from paragraph 4 that [A]Straitford's prediction about Ukraine has proved true. [B]Straitford guarantees the truthfulness of its information. [C]Straitford's business is characterized by unpredictability. [D]Straitford is able to provide fairly reliable information. 考研 2003 S3 阅读 Part A Text 1 #Q[44]When work started again on Monday, output |16| rose compared with the previous Saturday and |17| to rise for the next couple of days. 16. [A] duly [B] accidentally  [C] unpredictably  [D] suddenly  考研一 2010 S1 完形填空 #Q[16]Studying this could help |16| why human evolution picked pace in the last 30,000 years, with social environment being a major |17| factor. 17. [A] unpredictable [B] contributory  [C] controllable  [D] disruptive  考研一 2015 S1 完形填空 #Q[17]
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查询单词:implement
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释义:n. (尤指户外劳作使用的)工具,器具
有道释义:implement [ˈɪmplɪment] - ★★★ n. 工具,器具;手段 vt. 实施,执行;实现,使生效 时态: implemented, implementing, implements (研四六托雅宝 2285/2149)
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真题例句:implementAlso common in the natural sciences, the technicist fallacy mistakenly identifies the discipline as a whole with certain parts of its technical implementation. 考研 1999 P4 翻译 #4-4He must use this surplus in three ways: as seed for sowing, as an insurance |43| the unpredictable effects of bad weather and as a commodity which he must sell in order to |44| old agricultural implements and obtain chemical fertilizers to |45| the soil. 44. [A] replace [B] purchase  [C] supplement  [D] dispose  45. [A] enhance [B] mix  [C] feed  [D] raise  43. [A] for [B] against  [C] of  [D] towards  考研 2000 P2 完形填空 #1-4The author believes that after 2015, the government may ___. [A]implement more policies to support housing [B]review the need for large-scale public grants [C]renew the affordable housing grants programme [D]stop generous funding to the housing sector 考研二 2014 S2 阅读 Part A Text 4 #Q[40]This might mean implementing policy such as a plastic tax that adds a cost to environmentally problematic action, or banning single-use plastics altogether. 考研二 2019 S2 阅读 Part A Text 4 #6-1Which of the following is true according to Paragraph 6? [A]DNT may not serve its intended purpose. [B]Advertisers are willing to implement DNT. [C]DNT is losing its popularity among consumers. [D]Advertisers are obliged to offer behavioural ads. 考研一 2013 S2 阅读 Part A Text 2 #Q[29]Sensible ideas have been around for a long time, but the state-level bodies that govern the profession have been too conservative to implement them. 考研一 2014 S2 阅读 Part A Text 2 #4-2Orin Kerr's comparison is quoted to indicate that [A]the Constitution should be implemented flexibly. [B]new technology requires reinterpretation of the Constitution. [C]California's argument violates principles of the Constitution. [D]principles of the Constitution should never be altered. 考研一 2015 S2 阅读 Part A Text 2 #Q[30]One problem with the PreCheck program is [A]a dramatic reduction of its scale. [B]its wrongly-directed implementation. [C]the government's reluctance to back it. [D]an unreasonable price for enrollment. 考研一 2017 S2 阅读 Part A Text 1 #Q[24]
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查询单词:effortless
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释义:a. 轻松的,不费力的
有道释义:effortless [ˈefətləs] - ★ adj. 容易的;不费力气的 (15136/14724)
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查询单词:dreadful
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释义:a. 极其的,极其大的
有道释义:dreadful [ˈdredfl] - ★★ adj. 可怕的;糟透的,令人不快的 (六托雅 9280/4571)
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真题例句:dreadfulA history of long and effortless success can be a dreadful handicap, but, if properly handled, it may become a driving force. 考研 2000 P3 阅读 Passage 1 #1-1Consumers say they're not in despair because, despite the dreadful headlines, their own fortunes still feel pretty good. 考研 2004 S3 阅读 Part A Text 3 #3-1
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查询单词:handicap
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释义:n. 障碍,阻碍
有道释义:handicap [ˈhændikæp] - ★★ n. 障碍;不利条件,不利的因素 vt. 妨碍,阻碍;使不利 时态: handicapped, handicapping, handicaps (研六托雅 8589/4399)
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真题例句:handicapA history of long and effortless success can be a dreadful handicap, but, if properly handled, it may become a driving force. 考研 2000 P3 阅读 Passage 1 #1-1
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查询单词:properly
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释义:ad. 适当地
有道释义:properly [ˈprɒpəli] - ※ adv. 适当地;正确地;恰当地 (高四六 2880/1634)
真题词频英语一:properlyR5T0X2W0
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真题例句:properlyProper, scientific study of the impacts of dams and of the costs and benefits of controlling water can help to resolve these conflicts. 考研 1998 P3 阅读 Passage 1 #6-1But when you are dealing with myths, it is hard to be either proper, or scientific. 考研 1998 P3 阅读 Passage 1 #6-3Many European schools introduce the concept of professional training early on in order to make sure children are properly equipped for the professions they want to join. 考研 1999 P3 阅读 Passage 3 #3-2A history of long and effortless success can be a dreadful handicap, but, if properly handled, it may become a driving force. 考研 2000 P3 阅读 Passage 1 #1-1For such people and many more perhaps not so exceptional, the proper formulation is, "Succeed at all costs but avoid appearing ambitious." 考研 2000 P3 阅读 Passage 5 #2-5He is not arguing, as many do, that we can no longer think straight because we do not talk proper. 考研 2005 S2 阅读 Part A Text 4 #4-4"Setting the proper investment level for security, redundancy, and recovery is a management issue, not a technical one," he says. 考研 2007 S2 阅读 Part A Text 4 #3-4In bringing up the concept of GASP the author is making the point that [A]shareholders' interests should be properly attended to. [B]information protection should be given due attention. [C]businesses should enhance their level of accounting security. [D]the market value of customer data should be emphasized. 考研 2007 S2 阅读 Part A Text 4 #Q[38]Mies's signature phrase means that less decoration, properly organized, has more impact than a lot. 考研二 2011 S2 阅读 Part A Text 3 #4-1And if you plan properly, you'll know that you only need, say, 350g of shin of beef and six rashers of bacon, not whatever weight is pre-packed in the supermarket chiller. 考研二 2013 S2 阅读 Part B #3-4Restrictions that keep highly polluting cars out of certain areas — city centres, "school streets", even individual roads — are a response to the absence of a larger effort to properly enforce existing regulations and require auto companies to bring their vehicles into compliance. 考研二 2020 S2 阅读 Part A Text 3 #7-1The details may be unknowable, but the independence of standard-setters, essential to the proper functioning of capital markets, is being compromised. 考研一 2010 S2 阅读 Part A Text 4 #2-2Today, professors routinely treat the progressive interpretation of history and progressive public policy as the proper subject of study while portraying conservative or classical liberal ideas—such as free markets and self-reliance—as falling outside the boundaries of routine, and sometimes legitimate, intellectual investigation. 考研一 2014 S2 阅读 Part A Text 4 #5-1According to Paragraph 2, the achievements of the National Trust are now being [A]largely overshadowed. [B]properly protected. [C]effectively reinforced. [D]gradually destroyed. 考研一 2016 S2 阅读 Part A Text 2 #Q[27]We need to learn how to evaluate them properly. 考研一 2019 S2 阅读 Part B #B-3"Nature gave us lips to conceal our teeth," ran one popular Victorian maxim, alluding to the fact that before the birth of proper dentistry, mouths were often in a shocking state of hygiene. 考研一 2021 S2 阅读 Part A Text 3 #5-2A toothy grin (especially when there were gaps or blackened gnashers) lacked class: drunks, tramps, and music hall performers might gurn and grin with a smile as wide as Lewis Carroll's gum-exposing Cheshire Cat, but it was not a becoming look for properly bred persons. 考研一 2021 S2 阅读 Part A Text 3 #6-1Certain artifacts are especially vulnerable because some pioneers in plastic art didn't always know how to mix ingredients properly, says Thea van Oosten, a polymer chemist who, until retiring a few years ago, worked for decades at the Cultural Heritage Agency of the Netherlands(RCE). 考研一 2022 S2 阅读 Part A Text 1 #2-1As a fellow environmentalist animal-protection advocate and longtime vegetarian, I could properly be in the same camp as Emma Marris on the issue of zoos. 考研一 2022 S2 阅读 Part B #11-1
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释义:v. 处理,应付
有道释义:handle [ˈhændl] - ※ ★★★★ n. [建] 把手;柄;手感;口实 vt. 处理;操作;运用;买卖;触摸 vi. 搬运;易于操纵 时态: handled, handling, handles (高研四六托宝 1238/1576)
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真题例句:handleA history of long and effortless success can be a dreadful handicap, but, if properly handled, it may become a driving force. 考研 2000 P3 阅读 Passage 1 #1-1By splitting up the subject matter into smaller units, one man could continue to handle the information and use it as the basis for further research. 考研 2001 P3 阅读 Passage 1 #1-2"While we know how to tell a robot to handle a specific error," says Dave Lavery, manager of a robotics program at NASA, "we can't yet give a robot enough'common sense' to reliably interact with a dynamic world." 考研 2002 S3 阅读 Part A Text 2 #3-2This also involves the agreements between European countries for the creation of a European bank for Television Production which, on the model of the European Investments Bank, will handle the finances necessary for production costs. 考研 2005 S2 阅读 Part C 翻译 #5-2Dr. Yehuda's research suggests that women [A]need extra doses of chemicals to handle stress. [B]have limited capacity for tolerating stress. [C]are more capable of avoiding stress. [D]are exposed to more stress. 考研 2008 S2 阅读 Part A Text 1 #Q[22]The debate over the EU's single currency is stuck because the dominant powers ___. [A]are competing for the leading position [B]are busy handling their own crises [C]fail to reach an agreement on harmonisation [D]disagree on the steps towards disintegration 考研二 2011 S2 阅读 Part A Text 4 #Q[37]The French proposal of handling the crisis implies that ___. [A]poor countries are more likely to get funds [B]strict monetary policy will be applied to poor countries [C]loans will be readily available to rich countries [D]rich countries will basically control Eurobonds 考研二 2011 S2 阅读 Part A Text 4 #Q[39]The authors of the paper believe that first-generation students ___. [A]may lack opportunities to apply for research projects [B]are inexperienced in handling their issues at college [C]can have a potential influence on other students [D]are actually indifferent to the achievement gap 考研二 2015 S2 阅读 Part A Text 2 #Q[29]What is essential to California's plan according to Paragraph 5? [A]To handle the areas in serious danger first. [B]To carry it out before the year of 2020. [C]To perfect the emissions-permit auctions. [D]To obtain enough financial support. 考研二 2019 S2 阅读 Part A Text 2 #Q[29]When the skills mismatch is in the broader economy though, the focus usually turns to government to handle. 考研二 2021 S2 阅读 Part A Text 1 #2-6To handle digital deception, businesses should ___. [A]listen to customer feedback [B]talk with relevant teams [C]turn to independent agencies [D]rely on professional training 考研二 2022 #Q[33]The author believes that exploring one's phone contents is comparable to [A]getting into one's residence. [B]handling one's historical records. [C]scanning one's correspondences. [D]going through one's wallet. 考研一 2015 S2 阅读 Part A Text 2 #Q[28]In the last two paragraphs, the author suggests that [A]the UK is preparing for an economic boom. [B]high GDP foreshadows an economic decline. [C]it is essential to consider factors beyond GDP. [D]it requires caution to handle economic issues. 考研一 2017 S2 阅读 Part A Text 3 #Q[34]According to Paragraphs 1 and 2, many young Americans cast doubt on [A]the justification of the news-filtering practice. [B]the administration's ability to handle information. [C]social media as a reliable source of news. [D]people's preference for social media platforms. 考研一 2018 S2 阅读 Part A Text 2 #Q[26]According to Paragraph 1, museums are faced with difficulties in ___. [A]maintaining their plastic items [B]obtaining durable plastic artifacts [C]handling outdated plastic exhibits [D]classifying their plastic collections" 考研一 2022 S2 阅读 Part A Text 1 #Q[21]
真题词群:  handle information  VERB@NOUN  [ˈhændəl][ˌɪnfəˈmeɪʃən]  处理信息  handle error  VERB@NOUN  [ˈhændəl][ˈɛrə]  处理错误  handle stress  VERB@NOUN  [ˈhændəl][strɛs]  处理压力
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查询单词:glowing
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释义:a. 光彩照人的,辉煌的
有道释义:glowing [ˈgləʊɪŋ] - ★ adj. 灼热的;热情洋溢的;鲜艳的 v. 发光;容光焕发(glow的ing形式);发热 原型: glowing 是 glow 的现在分词 (托宝 7437/8747)
真题词频英语一:glowingR1T0X0W0
真题年份:2000年
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查询单词:competitor
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释义:n. 竞争者
有道释义:competitor [kəmˈpetɪtə(r)] - ★★★ n. 竞争者,对手 (高六 3259/3328)
真题词频英语一:competitorR1T0X1W0
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真题例句:competitorWhen the United States entered just such a glowing period after the end of the Second World War, it had a market eight times larger than any competitor, giving its industries unparalleled economies of scale. 考研 2000 P3 阅读 Passage 1 #1-2The U.S. achieved its predominance after World War II because _____. [A]it had made painstaking efforts towards this goal [B]its domestic market was eight times larger than before [C]the war had destroyed the economies of most potential competitors [D]the unparalleled size of its workforce had given an impetus to its economy 考研 2000 P3 阅读 Passage 1 #Q[51]According to those who support mergers, railway monopoly is unlikely because [A]cost reduction is based on competition. [B]services call for cross-trade coordination. [C]outside competitors will continue to exist. [D]shippers will have the railway by the throat. 考研 2003 S3 阅读 Part A Text 3 #Q[51]Parkun is not a race but a time trial: Your only competitor is the clock. 考研二 2017 S2 阅读 Part A Text 1 #3-1"They bought the seedlings and closed them down," complained Paul Arnold, a partner at San Francisco-based Switch Ventures, putting an end to businesses that might one day turn into competitors. 考研二 2021 S2 阅读 Part A Text 3 #3-2However, critics say the big companies use such deals to buy their most threatening potential competitors before their businesses have a chance to gain momentum, in some cases as part of a "buy and kill" tactic to simply close them down. 考研二 2021 S2 阅读 Part A Text 3 #7-1Microsoft's critics believe that the big tech companies tend to ___. [A]exaggerate their product quality [B]eliminate their potential competitors [C]treat new tech talent unfairly [D]ignore public opinions 考研二 2021 S2 阅读 Part A Text 3 #Q[32]Big retailers must understand these differences before they can identify the segments of European wholesaling in which their particular abilities might unseat smaller but entrenched competitors. 考研一 2010 S2 阅读 Part B #D-5The infrastructure required to make a physical newspaper—printing presses, delivery trucks—isn't just expensive; it's excessive at a time when online-only competitors don't have the same set of financial constraints. 考研一 2016 S2 阅读 Part A Text 4 #2-2Britain's towns, it is true, are not prevented from applying, but they generally lack the resources to put together a bid to beat their bigger competitors. 考研一 2020 S2 阅读 Part A Text 1 #1-4But it can also be antagonistic, such as when a political candidate turns toward their competitor during a debate and makes eye contact that signals hostility. 考研一 2020 S2 阅读 Part B #1-2
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查询单词:unparalleled
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释义:a. 无比的,空前的
有道释义:unparalleled [ʌnˈpærəleld] - ★ adj. 无比的;无双的;空前未有的 (托 13944/14539)
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查询单词:skilled
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释义:a. 熟练的
有道释义:skilled [skɪld] - ※ ★★ adj. 熟练的;有技能的;需要技能的 原型: skill (高研四六 4903/3807)
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真题例句:skilledBut, for a small group of students, professional training might be the way to go since well-developed skills, all other factors being equal, can be the difference between having a job and not. 考研 1999 P3 阅读 Passage 3 #4-1Basic computer skills take—at the very longest—a couple of months to learn. 考研 1999 P3 阅读 Passage 3 #4-5In any case, basic computer skills are only complementary to the host of real skills that are necessary to becoming any kind of professional. 考研 1999 P3 阅读 Passage 3 #4-6According to the author, basic computer skills should be _____. [A]included as an auxiliary course in school [B]highlighted in acquisition of professional qualifications [C]mastered through a life-long course [D]equally emphasized by any school, vocational or otherwise 考研 1999 P3 阅读 Passage 3 #Q[62]Its scientists were the world's best, its workers the most skilled. 考研 2000 P3 阅读 Passage 1 #1-3The astonishing distrust of the news media isn't rooted in inaccuracy or poor reportorial skills but in the daily clash of world views between reporters and their readers. 考研 2001 P3 阅读 Passage 3 #6-2And thanks to the continual miniaturization of electronics and micro-mechanics, there are already robot systems that can perform some kinds of brain and bone surgery with submillimeter accuracy—far greater precision than highly skilled physicians can achieve with their hands alone. 考研 2002 S3 阅读 Part A Text 2 #2-5Americans no longer expect public figures, whether in speech or in writing, to command the English language with skill and gift. 考研 2005 S2 阅读 Part A Text 4 #1-1Many others, |14| not addicted or mentally ill, simply lack the everyday |15| skills needed to turn their lives |16|. 15. [A] life [B] existence  [C] survival  [D] maintenance  14. [A] when [B] once  [C] while  [D] whereas  16. [A] around [B] over  [C] on  [D] up  考研 2006 S1 完形填空 #3-5Here are a few guesses: a) certain astrological signs confer superior soccer skills; b) winter-born babies tend to have higher oxygen capacity, which increases soccer stamina; c) soccer-mad parents are more likely to conceive children in springtime, at the annual peak of soccer mania; d) none of the above. 考研 2007 S2 阅读 Part A Text 1 #2-2In his article "How Intelligent Is Intelligence Testing?", Sternberg notes that traditional tests best assess analytical and verbal skills but fail to measure creativity and practical knowledge, components also critical to problem solving and life success. 考研 2007 S2 阅读 Part A Text 2 #4-2Research has found that IQ predicted leadership skills when the tests were given under low-stress conditions, but under high-stress conditions, IQ was negatively correlated with leadership—that is, it predicted the opposite. 考研 2007 S2 阅读 Part A Text 2 #4-4Anyone who has toiled through SAT will testify that test-taking skill also matters, whether it's knowing when to guess or what questions to skip. 考研 2007 S2 阅读 Part A Text 2 #4-5People nowadays can no longer achieve IQ scores as high as vos Savant's because [A]the scores are obtained through different computational procedures. [B]creativity rather than analytical skills is emphasized now. [C]vos Savant's case is an extreme one that will not repeat. [D]the defining characteristic of IQ tests has changed. 考研 2007 S2 阅读 Part A Text 2 #Q[28]Build Your Kids' Work Skills 考研 2007 S2 阅读 Part B 选项[B]In order to study particular cultures as completely as possible, he became skilled in linguistics, the study of languages, and in physical anthropology, the study of human biology and anatomy. 考研 2009 S2 阅读 Part B 选项[B]In The Prince, he championed cunning, ruthlessness, and boldness, rather than virtue, mercy and justice, as the skills of successful leaders. 考研二 2012 S2 阅读 Part B #3-5They fear that it hurts their economies, depriving them of much-needed skilled workers who could have taught at their universities, worked in their hospitals and come up with clever new products for their factories to make. 考研二 2012 S3 翻译 #2-4In the past, workers with average skills, doing an average job, could earn an average lifestyle. 考研二 2013 S2 阅读 Part A Text 1 #3-1The word "moola" (Line 4, Para. 4) most probably means ___. [A]skills [B]energy [C]earnings [D]nutrition 考研二 2015 S2 阅读 Part A Text 1 #Q[24]But the skills they learn — how to think logically through a problem and organize the results — apply to any coding language, said Deborah Seehorn, an education consultant for the state of North Carolina. 考研二 2016 S2 阅读 Part A Text 1 #5-3Deborah Seehorn believes that the skills learned at Flatiron will ___. [A]help students learn other computer languages [B]have to be upgraded when new technologies come [C]need improving when students look for jobs [D]enable students to make big quick money 考研二 2016 S2 阅读 Part A Text 1 #Q[23]"The gap is between the jobs that take no skills and those that require a lot of skill," says Rob Spohr, a business professor at Montcalm Community College. 考研二 2017 S2 阅读 Part B #10-1"There're enough people to fill the jobs at McDonalds and other places where you don't need to have much skill. 考研二 2017 S2 阅读 Part B #10-2When the recovery began, worker shortages first appeared in the high-skilled trades. 考研二 2017 S2 阅读 Part B #9-2Now shortages are appearing at the mid-skill levels. 考研二 2017 S2 阅读 Part B #9-3Rob Spohr points out that there are enough people to fill the jobs that don't need much skill. 考研二 2017 S2 阅读 Part B #Q[44]points out that there are enough people to fill the jobs that don't need much skill. 考研二 2017 S2 阅读 Part B 选项[B]But even now, 54 percent of the jobs in the country are middle-skill jobs, such as construction and high-skill manufacturing. 考研二 2018 S2 阅读 Part A Text 1 #6-3The headlong push into bachelor's degrees for all ___. [A]helps create a lot of middle-skill jobs [B]may narrow the gap in working-class jobs [C]is expected to yield a better-trained workforce [D]indicates the overvaluing of higher education 考研二 2018 S2 阅读 Part A Text 1 #Q[24]The most |8| changes will be observed in skill level, strength and inches lost. 8. [A] orderly [B] rigid  [C] precise  [D] immediate  考研二 2019 S1 完形填空 #3-3This is a skill that will help them all throughout life. 考研二 2020 S1 完形填空 #5-3In fact, the ability to emotionally regulate or maintain emotional control when |17| by stress is one of the most important of all life's skills. 17. [A] cheated [B] defeated  [C] confused  [D] confronted  考研二 2020 S1 完形填空 #5-4Today's CEO, at least for major American firms, must have many more skills than simply being able to "run the company." 考研二 2020 S2 阅读 Part A Text 2 #3-1They also need better public relations skills than their predecessors, as the costs of even a minor slipup can be significant. 考研二 2020 S2 阅读 Part A Text 2 #3-3Research by the World Economic Forum finds that on average 42 per cent of the "core skills" within job roles will change by 2022. 考研二 2021 S2 阅读 Part A Text 1 #1-3For individual companies, the temptation is always to let go of workers whose skills are no longer in demand and replace them with those whose skills are. 考研二 2021 S2 阅读 Part A Text 1 #2-2When the skills mismatch is in the broader economy though, the focus usually turns to government to handle. 考研二 2021 S2 阅读 Part A Text 1 #2-6Research by the World Economic Forum suggests ___. [A]an increase in full-time employment [B]an urgent demand for new job skills [C]a steady growth of job opportunities [D]a controversy about the "core skills" 考研二 2021 S2 阅读 Part A Text 1 #Q[21]Efforts to resolve the skills mismatch in Canada ___. [A]have driven up labour costs [B]have proved to be inconsistent [C]have met with fierce opposition [D]have appeared to be insufficient 考研二 2021 S2 阅读 Part A Text 1 #Q[23]Judith Hall mentions driving to show that ___. [A]reflection can be distracting [B]memory may be selective [C]social skills must be cultivated [D]deception is difficult to detect 考研二 2021 S2 阅读 Part A Text 4 #Q[38]Depending on your |10| and your lifestyle, that might mean spending less time watching television or listening to music, though some people can write |11| they listen to music. 10. [A] relations [B] interests  [C] memories  [D] skills  考研二 2022 S1 完形填空 #Q[10]In fact, creative problem-solving skills are incredibly useful in daily life, with which you're more likely to be able to find a solution when problem arises. 考研二 2022 S3 翻译 #2-4New skills and unfamiliar business models are needed too. 考研一 2010 S2 阅读 Part B #D-6For something curious has been happening in American universities, and Louis Menand, a professor of English at Harvard University, captured it skillfully. 考研一 2011 S2 阅读 Part B #G-3Rosenberg argues convincingly that public-health advocates ought to take a page from advertisers, so skilled at applying peer pressure. 考研一 2012 S2 阅读 Part A Text 1 #3-4Downloading and consuming culture requires great skills, but failing to move beyond downloading is to strip oneself of a defining constituent of humanity. 考研一 2012 S2 阅读 Part B 选项[A]Priestly criticizes her assistant for her [A]lack of imagination. [B]poor bargaining skill. [C]obsession with high fashion. [D]insensitivity to fashion. 考研一 2013 S2 阅读 Part A Text 1 #Q[21]The Web-based program |15| you to systematically improve your memory and attention skills. 15. [A] forces [B] reminds  [C] hurries  [D] allows  考研一 2014 S1 完形填空 #4-1Among the children who had not been tricked, the majority were |18| to cooperate with the tester in learning a new skill, demonstrating that they trusted his leadership. 18. [A] forced [B] willing  [C] hesitant  [D] entitled  考研一 2018 S1 完形填空 #4-1Vocational schools should do a better job of fostering problem-solving skills and helping students work alongside robots. 考研一 2018 S2 阅读 Part A Text 1 #4-3Professionals trying to acquire new skills will be able to do so without going into debt. 考研一 2018 S2 阅读 Part A Text 1 #4-6Education in the age of automation should put more emphasis on [A]creative potential. [B]individual needs. [C]job-hunting skills. [D]cooperative spirit. 考研一 2018 S2 阅读 Part A Text 1 #Q[23]Yet as distrust has risen toward all media, people may be starting to beef up their media literacy skills. 考研一 2018 S2 阅读 Part A Text 2 #2-2Young people who are digital natives are indeed becoming more skillful at separating fact from fiction in cyberspace. 考研一 2018 S2 阅读 Part A Text 2 #3-1So when young people are critical of an over-tweeting president, they reveal a mental discipline in thinking skills — and in their choices on when to share on social media. 考研一 2018 S2 阅读 Part A Text 2 #6-1Which of the following would be the best title for the text? [A]A Rise in Critical Skills for Sharing News Online [B]A Counteraction Against the Over-tweeting Trend [C]The Accumulation of Mutual Trust on Social Media [D]The Platforms for Projection of Personal Interests 考研一 2018 S2 阅读 Part A Text 2 #Q[30]In this age of generalists, it pays to have specific knowledge or skills. 考研一 2022 S2 阅读 Part A Text 2 #5-2The author considers it a good sign that ___. [A]Generation Z are seeking to earn a decent degree. [B]School leavers are willing to be skilled workers. [C]Employers are taking a realistic attitude to degrees. [D]Parents are changing their minds about education. 考研一 2022 S2 阅读 Part A Text 2 #Q[28]
真题词群:  skilled trade  ADJ@NOUN  [skɪld][treɪd]  技术贸易  skilled worker  ADJ@NOUN  [skɪld][ˈwɜːkə]  熟练的工人
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查询单词:prosperous
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释义:a. 繁荣的
有道释义:prosperous [ˈprɒspərəs] - ★ adj. 繁荣的;兴旺的 (研四六托宝 7343/6904)
真题词频英语一:prosperousR1T0X0W0
真题年份:2000年
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真题例句:prosperous|45| contrast, they saw in the preceding hundred years from 1650 to 1750, when England was still a |46| agricultural country, a period of great abundance and prosperity. 46. [A] broadly [B] thoroughly  [C] generally  [D] completely  45. [A] On [B] With  [C] For  [D] By  考研 1998 P2 完形填空 #1-4America and Americans were prosperous beyond the dreams of the Europeans and Asians whose economies the war had destroyed. 考研 2000 P3 阅读 Passage 1 #1-4Americans stopped taking prosperity for granted. 考研 2000 P3 阅读 Passage 1 #3-2We tend to think of the decades immediately following World War Ⅱ as a time of prosperity and growth, with soldiers returning home by the millions, going off to college on the G.I. Bill and lining up at the marriage bureaus. 考研二 2011 S2 阅读 Part A Text 3 #1-1The postwar American housing style largely reflected the Americans' ___. [A]prosperity and growth [B]efficiency and practicality [C]restraint and confidence [D]pride and faithfulness 考研二 2011 S2 阅读 Part A Text 3 #Q[31]Here, too, the problems are social: the organization and distribution of food, wealth and prosperity. 考研一 2013 S2 阅读 Part B #2-4"The Heart of the Matter," the just-released report by the American Academy of Arts and Sciences (AAAS), deserves praise for affirming the importance of the humanities and social sciences to the prosperity and security of liberal democracy in America. 考研一 2014 S2 阅读 Part A Text 4 #1-1But the professional companies prospered in their permanent theaters, and university men with literary ambitions were quick to turn to these theaters as offering a means of livelihood. 考研一 2018 S2 阅读 Part C 翻译 #2-4Kennedy wrote that the rule "limited states' ability to seek long-term prosperity and has prevented market participants from competing on an even playing field." 考研一 2019 S2 阅读 Part A Text 4 #4-3According to Justice Anthony Kennedy, the physical presence rule has [A]hindered economic development. [B]brought prosperity to the country. [C]harmed fair market competition. [D]boosted growth in states' revenue. 考研一 2019 S2 阅读 Part A Text 4 #Q[38]Stringent job dismissal regulations adversely affect productivity growth and hamper both prosperity and overall well-being. 考研一 2022 S2 阅读 Part A Text 4 #7-2
真题词群:  be prosperous  AUX@ADJ  [biː][ˈprɒspərəs]  兴旺发达