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单选题 In 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

单选题 The writer finds the study of gifts and prizes interesting because it ______.

A

shows the power of the popular press

B

reveals social trends

C

confirms his view of human nature

D

exposes journalistic dishonesty

单选题 The author is most probably a ______.

A

linguist

B

plastic surgeon

C

manager

D

sociologist

单选题 Which of the following statements is NOT true about the main types of shop-lifting?

A

A big percentage of the total losses are caused by the professionals.

B

The deliberate amateurs will be punished severely if they get caught.

C

People would expect that those who can’t help themselves are poor.

D

The professionals don’t cause a lot of trouble to the store detectives.

单选题 As is used in paragraph 4, the phrase “a control group” refers to ______.

A

people working at the Oregon Department of Health

B

people investigating at the Mulmonah County Health Department in Oregon

C

people serving as a standard of comparison for checking test results

D

people involved in passing legislation banning smoking in eating establishments

单选题 Which of the following phrases from the text best expresses the author’s conclusion about the meaning of the difference between left-eyed and right-eyed flatfish?

A

“most striking” (line 3, paragraph 1)

B

“variation is adaptive” (line 2, paragraph 2)

C

“mechanically disadvantageous” (line 7, paragraph 3)

D

“evolutionary red herring” (line 8-9, paragraph 4)

单选题 The word “amusia” underlined in Paragraph 2 means a disease with which people ______.

A

are impotent in music

B

can’t hear music

C

are unable to sing Happy Birthday

D

are mentally deficient

单选题 Some people argue that it would do more harm than good for plants and animals to develop through artificial selection. Which statement best supports this argument?

A

Roses no longer smell like roses.

B

Purebred dogs are disappearing.

C

Humans are harmful agents of plant and animal evolution.

D

Many domesticated plants and animals can no longer survive in the wild.

单选题 African Americans stopped using chemical straighteners or hot irons because ______.

A

they reversed the attitude the white people had towards them

B

they started to see beauty in their thick curly hair

C

they feel good and comfortable in being different

D

they accepted the white standards of beauty

单选题 Why does the honest public have to pay higher prices when they go to the shops?

A

There is a “shrinkage” in market values.

B

Many goods are not available.

C

Goods in many shops lack variety.

D

There are many eases of shop-lifting.

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