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B.
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C.
普通
D.
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Mass production is _____ than the handmade process.
A.
smoother and brighter
B.
faster and more attractive
C.
cheaper and more ecological
( ) (n.) a thing that goes together well with something else
( ) (v.) to show that you think something that someone has done is good
Whenever you ( ) a new project, you need to give it your best effort.
His handwriting ( ) signs of stress. You can see it in the tight letters.
I've never seen anyone who can play soccer as well as Mark. He is a very ( ) player.
The award ( ) students who have excellent grades.
Luisa is a wonderful writer. She has a lot of ( ) .
Ben keeps trying to make the tennis team. He has a lot of ( ) .
When I read good poetry, I can picture the ideas. Poets use a lot of ( ) .
Although the class will sometimes discuss other writers, it is ( ) about Shakespeare.
Soup is a good ( ) to a sandwich.
My mother is such a good role model. She ( ) me to be a better person.
Making paper by hand is a ( ) . You need to practice to become good.
Where did he study traditional Arabic calligraphy?
Where and by whom was he listed in the "top influential Muslims"?
Craft can be used as:
A.
an adjective
B.
an adverb
C.
a noun
D.
a verb
Craft can mean:
A.
a boat
B.
a skill
C.
frightening
D.
strange
E.
to make
F.
to give
You want to balance your essay evenly between two subjects.
A.
point by point
B.
similarities and differences
You want to say why one subject is better than the other.
A.
point by point
B.
similarities and differences
You have several key ideas to compare and contrast.
A.
point by point
B.
similarities and differences
In each of your body paragraphs, you want to write about both subjects
A.
point by point
B.
similarities and differences
In your last body paragraph, you want to discuss the most important similarities and differences.
A.
point by point
B.
similarities and differences
Writing well takes practice. Similarly, doing well at any activity takes commitment and training. ( ) CP or CT: ( )
Whereas some hobbies require a lot of time to learn, others can be learned easily. ( ) CP or CT: ( )
There are professionals in many activities. Nonetheless, amateurs can also benefit from trying their hands at different hobbies. ( ) CP or CT: ( )
Although some calligraphers use this craft as their job, others use it just for enjoyment. ( ) CP or CT: ( )
Hobbies can help us relax. Likewise, they can help us enjoy time with others. ( ) CP or CT: ( )
John put together his own computer. Similarly, his brother_______.
A.
would rather go fishing
B.
built a computer, too
Which is the best revision for sentence (A)?
A.
Like, Anthony Hasim has been building furniture since he was a teenager.
B.
Like Anthony, Hasim has been building furniture since he was a teenager.
C.
This sentence is correct.
Which is the best revision for sentence (C)?
A.
However they love carpentry, they are both majoring in business.
B.
In spite of they love carpentry, they are both majoring in business.
C.
This sentence is correct.
Which is the best revision for sentence (B)?
A.
However, Hasim learned the craft from his father while Anthony took classes.
B.
Even though Hasim learned the craft from his father while Anthony took classes.
C.
This sentence is correct.
Which is the best revision for sentence (D)?
A.
Although both of them do beautiful work, Hasim is the most dedicated to his craft.
B.
Although, both of them do beautiful work Hasim is the most dedicated to his craft.
C.
This sentence is correct.
Which is the best revision for sentence (F)?
A.
Although their differences, they both have built beautiful furniture.
B.
However their differences, they both have built beautiful furniture.
C.
This sentence is correct.
In the United State ,alfalfa is the second biggest crop in terms of the amount of acres.
A.
正确
B.
错误
Organic milk can bring in higher profits,but it must meet higher standards than regular milk.
A.
正确
B.
错误
Organic farmers don't like genetically modified alfalfa.
A.
正确
B.
错误
GMO crops are not considered organic.
A.
正确
B.
错误
Whole Foods is an important buyer of organic food.
A.
正确
B.
错误
The courts always side with the biotech companies.
A.
正确
B.
错误
The U.S. Department of Agriculture supports genetic engineering of crops.
A.
正确
B.
错误
The food the cows eat does not affect their milk, just the meat from the cows.
A.
正确
B.
错误
Tom Vilsack thinks that both biotech companies and organic farmers are necessary.
A.
正确
B.
错误
If you want to lose weight, you should ( ) junk food from your diet.
Dr. Carlson is a medical ( ) who specializes in women’s health and nutrition.
One ( ) of a vegetarian diet is that you’ll probably live longer.
Is there a ( ) between taking vitamins and better health?
Millions of people don't have ( ) to clean drinking water. What can we do about this problem?
One ( ) from the study is that organic food is not always better for you.
Eating a large meal before bed isn't very ( ) . You won’t be able to sleep.
Do you want to ( ) in our school's health study? You only have to answer a few questions.
To quit smoking, Leo tried chewing gum and exercising but neither ( ) has worked.
My dad had a ( ) exam today, and the doctor says he's in great health.
For years, people thought eating chocolate was bad for your skin, but recent studies ( ) that belief. Research now says chocolate is good for you!
Scientific research about diet and health usually gives us helpful information.
A.
正确
B.
错误
Reading food labels has made us better-informed, healthier consumers.
A.
正确
B.
错误
We don’t need experts to tell us what to eat.
A.
正确
B.
错误
A lot of food found in a supermarket is not “real food.”
A.
正确
B.
错误
The purpose of eating is mainly for health and nutrition.
A.
正确
B.
错误
According to the reading, which question is difficult for many people to answer today?
A.
Why do some people have a healthier diet than others?
B.
How does our diet affect our health and behavior?
C.
Which are the healthiest foods to eat?
In paragraph 2, the studies on eggs are an example of from the scientific community.
A.
confusing results
B.
helpful advice
C.
similar findings
Making healthy food choices is hard.
A.
正确
B.
错误
Who is the chemist who created the idea of molecular gastronomy?
A.
Herve This
B.
Nicholas Kurti
C.
Heston Blumenthal
According to the article, what scientific idea did Herve bring to the study of cooking?
A.
theories
B.
formulas
C.
equipment
What is an example of an unusual dish created through molecular gastronomy?
A.
fish and chips
B.
bacon and egg ice cream
C.
traditional clam chowder
What makes a soufflé rise so high?
A.
whipping the egg whites
B.
cooking it for a short time
C.
the evaporation of liquid during heating
Who is an American chef who uses molecular gastronomy techniques?
A.
Ferran Adria
B.
Heston Blumenthal
C.
Grant Achatz
What is a dish that Ferran Adria created?
A.
snail porridge
B.
foamed beef
C.
strawberry, olive, and violet jawbreaker
We are surrounded by information telling us what's good for us and what isn't, but usually this information is more confusing than helpful. (paragraph 2)
A.
1
B.
2
C.
3
D.
4
What is one criticism of molecular gastronomy?
A.
It focuses too much on the ingredients.
B.
It doesn't pay attention to form.
C.
It depends too much on technology.
According to Pollan, we need to stop reading labels and listening to the so-called scientific "experts."(paragraph 4)
A.
1
B.
2
C.
3
D.
4
A supermarket is also full of items like instant noodles, diet sodas, and similar products—the ones that aren't good for us. (paragraph 6)
A.
1
B.
2
C.
3
D.
4
So how do we make healthy choices? (paragraph 4)
A.
1
B.
2
C.
3
D.
4
Nutrition advice can sometimes be difficult to understand.
A.
1
B.
2
C.
3
D.
4
Not all fats are bad for you. In reality, some are very good for you.
A.
1
B.
2
C.
3
D.
4
We are all concerned about our weight getting out of control,so let's do something about it.
A.
1
B.
2
C.
3
D.
4
In fact, one of the biggest benefits of molecular gastronomy has been the explosion...
A.
The writer is expressing direct criticism of the opposing point of view.
B.
The writer is using adverbs to emphasize particular points.
C.
The writer is claiming that the reader shares the author's bias.
the explosion of new taste sensations
A.
The writer is using descriptive language that implies the author's bias.
B.
The writer is expressing direct criticism of the opposing point of view.
C.
The writer is claiming that the reader shares the author's bias.
You won't believe how delicious the cheesecake is: It's an absolute dream.
A.
1
B.
2
C.
3
D.
4
Herve discovered that it was, in fact, the evaporation of liquid from the milk and water.
A.
The writer is using descriptive language that implies the author's bias.
B.
The writer is using adverbs to emphasize particular points.
C.
The writer is claiming that the reader shares the author's bias.
The discovery of vitamins in the early 20th century was a huge ( ) in the history of nutritional science. People quickly accepted the idea that taking vitamin pills could ( ) to a healthy lifestyle....
surprisingly delicious dish of snail porridge
A.
The writer is using descriptive language that implies the author's bias.
B.
The writer is using adverbs to emphasize particular points.
C.
The writer is claiming that the reader shares the author's bias.
Molecular gastronomy is changing the way many chefs cook ( ) at the present time. Chefs now experiment with unusual combinations of food or ingredients like caviar and chocolate. ( ) An important even...
Felicia Busch believes that there is only one kind of trend.
A.
正确
B.
错误
One factor that affects public opinion is how we react to news stories and books.
A.
正确
B.
错误
According to IFIC,the topics of disease prevention and food-borne illnesses account for most of the media discussions about diet, nutrition, and food safety.
A.
正确
B.
错误
Tiredness and stress ( ) many traffic accidents.
Greenhouse gases ( ) global warming.
A good diet ( ) excellent health.
Poverty ( ) much of the crime in our society.
Eric’s carelessness ( ) his injury.
The poor economy ( ) the failure of the company last year.
Sylvie’s good health ( ) her excellent eating habits.
My fight with my brother ( ) a misunderstanding.
The high price of gas ( ) a petroleum shortage.
The success of the book ( ) the action-packed plot.
The field of molecular gastronomy was invented by Herve This and Nicholas Kurti.
A.
necessary
B.
unnecessary
The source of the information was never identified by anyone.
A.
necessary
B.
unnecessary
The letter was sent to me by a distant relative I had never met.
A.
necessary
B.
unnecessary
The final episode of the television show was watched by over 20 million viewers.
A.
necessary
B.
unnecessary
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