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【单选题】
依次填入下面句子横线处的词语正确的一项是:( ) 可是,她 着,咬着嘴唇,手 着门框,看花轿 地走去。
A.
站、抓、慢慢
B.
挣扎、扶、徐徐
C.
蹲、扶、徐徐
D.
立、抓、慢慢
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举一反三
在有彩色系中, 色的明度最高, 色的明度最低。
观测某目标的竖直角,盘左读数为 101°23′36′′ ,盘右读数为 258°36′00′′ ,则指标差为 +12′′ 。该表述 ( )
A.
正确
B.
错误
职业淡妆的基本原则是什么?
代码 $( “ :input ” ).blur(function(){ ...... }); 在为文本框添加获得焦点事件。
A.
正确
B.
错误
有正当理由的请假,在考核的过程中,可以得到人道主义照顾.
A.
正确
B.
错误
S型热电偶的正负极材质分别为:()
A.
铂铑30-铂铑6
B.
铂铑10-铂
C.
镍铬-镍硅
D.
镍铬-康铜
转发性通知只能转发上级机关文件。
A.
正确
B.
错误
对于S型的热电偶(铂铑10-铂),其冷端需要采用补偿导线法做延长的话,采用的补偿性导线的型号为()
A.
SC
B.
CS
C.
SX
D.
XS
生活妆是淡妆吗?
A.
B.
不是
凯尔曼的态度三阶段理论描述态度形成过程,这个三个阶段是指:
A.
服从阶段
B.
同化阶段
C.
内化阶段
D.
对抗阶段
凯尔曼的三阶段理论认为态度的形成过程会经历( )这三个由表及里、由浅入深的不同阶段。
A.
认同、顺从以及内化
B.
顺从、认同以及内化
C.
内化、顺从以及认同
D.
认同、内化以及顺从
培训效果的评估和反馈,不仅可以监控此次培训是否达到了预期的目的,更重要的是它还有助于对以后的培训进行改进和优化。()
A.
正确
B.
错误
DNA复制的方式叫什么?
A.
不保留复制
B.
半保留复制
C.
全保留复制
若有一个 C 类 IP 地址 202.98.120.44, 它的主机号为 ,网络号为
利用平面任意力系的平衡方程,最多可以求解()个未知量
A.
3
B.
4
C.
2
D.
1
在一个C类网络中,有一台主机的IP地址为192.168.1.204,已知该主 机所在网络是将一个C类IP划分成了4个子网,则该IP的网络号为(28)。主机号为(下一题)。
A.
192.168.1.0
B.
255.255.255.0
C.
192.168.1.192
D.
192.168.1.224
c类ip中前2部分为网络号,最后2部分为主机号
A.
正确
B.
错误
凯尔曼认为态度形成的过程可以概括为三个阶段:服从、同化、( )。
A.
内化
B.
异化
C.
进化
D.
深化
由于英王变本加厉地对殖民地采取镇压措施,1776年7月2日,在费城(Philadelphia)召开了第二届大陆会议的一个紧急会议,以商讨如何应对英军的攻势。参会的50名代表包括本杰明·富兰克林、托马斯·杰斐逊、约翰·亚当斯。两天后,大陆会议通过了一项将改变世界历史的文件,它庄严宣告了美利坚的独立,这个文件的名字是《 》。
要想达到预期的培训效果,培训实施过程中的管理就很重要,这可以通过制定培训纪律来实现。
A.
正确
B.
错误
股票和债券都属于间接信用工具。
A.
正确
B.
错误
若有定义:int b[3];则数组元素的不合法引用是( )。
A.
b[1]
B.
b[0]
C.
b[2]
D.
b[3]
在一个C类网络中,有一台主机的IP地址为192.168.1.204,已知该主 机所在网络是将一个C类IP划分成了4个子网,则该IP的网络号为(上一题)。主机号为(29)。
A.
12
B.
204
C.
192
D.
1
李清照《声声慢•寻寻觅觅》一词的基调是悲愁抑郁的。
A.
正确
B.
错误
影片《银河补习班》的具体上映日期是?
A.
2012.9.12
B.
2015.6.20
C.
2017.8.13
D.
2019.7.18
李清照的《声声慢》的感情基调是一个“愁”字。
A.
正确
B.
错误
在Windows中,某个窗口的标题栏的右端的三个图标可以用来( )。
A.
使窗口最小化、最大化和改变显示方式
B.
改变窗口的颜色、大小和背景
C.
改变窗口的大小、形状和颜色
D.
使窗口最小化、最大化和关闭
影片《银河补习班》制片地区是?
A.
中国内陆
B.
中国港台
C.
美国
D.
德国
银河补习班导演
A.
邓超
B.
孙丽
黄色和蓝色混合后是什么颜色?
A.
黄紫
B.
C.
D.
绿
小王是位热心于公众事业的人,自2010年12月底开始,他每年都要向一位失学儿童捐款。小王向这位失学儿童每年捐款1000元,帮助这位失学儿童从小学一年级读完九年义务教育。假设每年定期存款利率都是3%,则小王9年的捐款在2018年底相当于多少元。
A.
9758.3
B.
7019.7
C.
10187.2
D.
10159.1
Windows7的菜单变灰的菜单命令,表示当前不能使用该命令。
A.
正确
B.
错误
对甲肝早期诊断有价值的免疫球蛋白是
A.
IgA
B.
IgG
C.
IgM
D.
IgD
E.
IgE
抹灰用的石灰膏熟化期不应少于( )天
A.
7
B.
15
C.
20
D.
30
法律主体必然是会计主体,反之亦然
A.
正确
B.
错误
抹灰用石灰膏的熟化时间不少于( )天
A.
5
B.
10
C.
15
D.
20
抹灰工程中使用的石灰要求熟化时间不小( )
A.
7天
B.
14天
C.
20天
D.
30天
《天津条约》的内容不包括
A.
外国公使进驻北京
B.
开天津为商埠
C.
允许外国人到中国内地经商
D.
给英、法赔款
质量是企业的生命。企业努力提高商品和服务的质量根本上是为了 。
A.
实现商品价值
B.
增加商品的价值量
C.
培育知名品牌
D.
满足消费者的需求
1858年,《天津条约》规定开放的通商口岸不包括()
A.
天津
B.
南京
C.
汉口
D.
九江
抹灰用的石灰膏熟化期不应小于( )天
A.
10
B.
15
C.
20
D.
30
产品质量是产品的生命,是竞争力的源泉之一。
A.
正确
B.
错误
银行存款日记账的登记依据一般为( )。
A.
银行存款收款凭证
B.
银行存款付款凭证
C.
转账凭证
D.
现金付款凭证
E.
现金收款凭证
调式是音乐中最重要的构成元素,决定音乐的色彩和风格。
A.
正确
B.
错误
孕期出现口腔和牙齿疾病会影响胎儿生长发育
A.
正确
B.
错误
孕期妈妈在怀孕前存在以下哪些口腔疾病可能垂直传播给她的宝宝
A.
活跃性龋病
B.
活跃性牙周病
C.
智齿
D.
牙外伤
调式中的中心音即为调式的主音
A.
正确
B.
错误
民族调式的调号由宫音的音高决定。
A.
正确
B.
错误
红绿色盲是部分色盲的一种,是最典型的色盲类型,患者不能分辨红色、绿色。
A.
正确
B.
错误
调式一般都是由七个音级构成,每种调式色彩基本相同。
A.
正确
B.
错误
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A.
In the United States, the first day nursery was opened in 1854. Nurseries were established in various areas during the (1) half of the 19th century; most of (2) were charitable. Both in Europe and in the U. S. , the day-nursery movement received great (3) during the First World War, when (4) of manpower caused the industrial employment of unprecedented numbers of women. In some European countries nurseries were established (5) in munitions (军火)plants, under direct government sponsorship. (6) the number of nurseries in the U.S. also rose (7) , this rise was accomplished without government aid of any kind. During the years following the First World War, (8) , Federal, State, and local governments gradually began to exercise a measure of control (9) the day nurseries by (10) them and by inspecting and regulating the conditions within the nurseries.
B.
The (11) of the Second World War was quickly followed by an increase in the number of day nurseries in almost all countries, as women were (12) called upon to replace men in the factories. On this (13) the U. S. government immediately came to the support of the nursery schools, (14) $6,000,000 in July, 1942, for a nursery school program for the children of working mothers. Many States and local communities (15) this Federal aid. By the end of the war, in August, 1945, more than 100,000 children were being cared (16) in day-care centers receiving Federal (17) Soon afterward, the Federal government (18) cut down its expenditures for this purpose and later (19) them, causing a sharp drop in the number of nursery schools in operation. However, the expectation that most employed mothers would leave their (20) at the end of the war was only partly fulfilled.
C.
 
【单选题】(7)处填入() A.rainforest B.river C.volcano D.village
A.
Life is a series of choices, and we cannot always foresee the consequences.
B.
Harry Saleem, a very fat man with too much money and 1 , faced a choice now. Outside his office waited his personal doctor, bringing him 2 news about the only medicine that could save his life. On the other side of the world, one of his engineers 3 for his decision on an important matter of business.
C.
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D.
He 13 no reason to delay. He ordered the engineer to press the button. A mighty river changed its 14 , and water 15 into the doomed (注定要消失的) Pakan Valley.
E.
Then a tall, thin doctor was led into Saleem"s office. "Congratulations! The new 16 is a great success! The only problem is to get more of it!" said the doctor. The doctor continued explaining that the main 17 of this new, life-saving medicine came from plant. "It"s a small, green orchid," he said. "There"s only one place in the world where they grow."
F.
"Where" 18 the businessman, impatiently.
G.
"Well," the doctor 19 , "Luckily the orchids come from some land which you 20 , sir, a place in South America known as Pakan Valley."
【单选题】(9)处填入() A. admiration B. initiative C. necessity D. obligation
A.
Many people wrongly believe that when people reach old age, their families place them in nursing homes. They are left in the 1 of strangers for the rest of their lives. Their growing children visit them only occasionally, but more often, they do not have any 2 visitors. The truth is that this idea is an unfortunate myth and imaginary story. In fact, family members provide over 80 percent of the care that elderly people need. Samuel Preston, a sociologist, studied 3 the American family is changing. He reported that by the time the average American couple reaches 40 years of age, they have more parents than children. 4 , because people today live longer after an illness than people did years 5 , family members must provide long term care. More psychologists have found that all caregivers share a common characteristic: all caregivers believe that they are the best 6 for the job. In other words, they all felt that they 7 do the job better than anyone else. Social workers 8 caregivers to find out why they took on the responsibility of caring for an elderly relative. Many caregivers believed they had 9 to help their relative. Some stated that helping others made them feel more useful. Others hoped that by helping someone now, they would deserve care when they became old and 10 . Caring for the elderly and being taken care of can be a mutually satisfying experience for everyone who might be involved.
【单选题】(2)处填入()。 A.deficiencies B.weakness C.insufficiencies D.limitations
A.
A person’s home is as much a reflection of his personality as the clothes he wears. The food he eats and the friends with whom he spends his time. Depending on personality, most have in mind a(n) " (91) home". But in general, and especially for the students or new wage earners, there are practical (92) of cash and location on achieving that idea.
B.
Cash (93) , in fact, often means that the only way of (94) when you leave school is to stay at home for a while until things (95) financially. There are obvious (96) of living at home—personal laundry is usually (97) done along the family wash; meals are provided and there will be well-established circle of friends to (98) . And there is (99) the responsibility for paying bills, rates, etc.
C.
On the other hand, (100) depends on how a family gets on. Do your parents like your friends You may love your family— (101) do you like them Are you prepared to be (102) when your parents ask where you are going in the evening and what time you expect to be back If you find you cannot manage a(n) (103) and that you finally have the money to leave, how do you (104) finding somewhere else to live
D.
If you plan to stay in your home area, the possibilities are (105) well-known to you already. Friends and local papers are always (106) If you are going to work in a (107) area, again there are the papers and accommodation agencies, (108) these should be approached with (109) Agencies are allowed to charge a fee, usually the (110) of the first week’s rent, if you take accommodation they have found for you.
【单选题】(6)处填入() A. word B. thing C. memory D. condition
A.
Everybody knows how to learn. Learning is a natural thing. It begins the 1 we are born. Our first teachers are our families. At home we learn to talk and to dress and feed ourselves. We learn these and other skills by 2 .
B.
Then we go to school. A teacher tells us 3 to learn and how to learn. Many teachers teach us, and we pass many exams. Then people say we are educated. Are we really educated Let’s 4 the real meaning of learning. Knowing facts does not 5 being able to solve problems. Solving problem requires creativity, not just a good 6 . Some people who don’t know many 7 can also be good at solving problems.
C.
Henry Ford is a good 8 . He left school at the age of 15. Later, when his company could not build cars 9 enough, he solved the problem. He thought of the assembly line. Today the answer seems simple. Yet, just think of the many university graduates who 10 solve any problems.
D.
What does a good teacher do Does he 11 students facts to remember Well, yes, we must sometimes remember facts. But a good teacher 12 how to find answers. He brings us to the stream of knowledge so we can think for ourselves. When we are 13 , we know where to go.
E.
True learning combines intake with output. We take information 14 our brains. Then we use it. Think of a computer; it stores a lot of information, but it can’t think. It only obeys commands. A person who only remembers facts hasn’t really learned. Learning takes 15 only when a person can use what he knows.
【单选题】(1)处填入()。 A.latter B.late C.other D.first
A.
In the United States, the first day nursery was opened in 1854. Nurseries were established in various areas during the (1) half of the 19th century; most of (2) were charitable. Both in Europe and in the U. S. , the day-nursery movement received great (3) during the First World War, when (4) of manpower caused the industrial employment of unprecedented numbers of women. In some European countries nurseries were established (5) in munitions (军火)plants, under direct government sponsorship. (6) the number of nurseries in the U.S. also rose (7) , this rise was accomplished without government aid of any kind. During the years following the First World War, (8) , Federal, State, and local governments gradually began to exercise a measure of control (9) the day nurseries by (10) them and by inspecting and regulating the conditions within the nurseries.
B.
The (11) of the Second World War was quickly followed by an increase in the number of day nurseries in almost all countries, as women were (12) called upon to replace men in the factories. On this (13) the U. S. government immediately came to the support of the nursery schools, (14) $6,000,000 in July, 1942, for a nursery school program for the children of working mothers. Many States and local communities (15) this Federal aid. By the end of the war, in August, 1945, more than 100,000 children were being cared (16) in day-care centers receiving Federal (17) Soon afterward, the Federal government (18) cut down its expenditures for this purpose and later (19) them, causing a sharp drop in the number of nursery schools in operation. However, the expectation that most employed mothers would leave their (20) at the end of the war was only partly fulfilled.
C.
 
【单选题】(19)处填入()。 A.enthusiasm B.hesitation C.caution D.concern
A.
A person’s home is as much a reflection of his personality as the clothes he wears. The food he eats and the friends with whom he spends his time. Depending on personality, most have in mind a(n) " (91) home". But in general, and especially for the students or new wage earners, there are practical (92) of cash and location on achieving that idea.
B.
Cash (93) , in fact, often means that the only way of (94) when you leave school is to stay at home for a while until things (95) financially. There are obvious (96) of living at home—personal laundry is usually (97) done along the family wash; meals are provided and there will be well-established circle of friends to (98) . And there is (99) the responsibility for paying bills, rates, etc.
C.
On the other hand, (100) depends on how a family gets on. Do your parents like your friends You may love your family— (101) do you like them Are you prepared to be (102) when your parents ask where you are going in the evening and what time you expect to be back If you find you cannot manage a(n) (103) and that you finally have the money to leave, how do you (104) finding somewhere else to live
D.
If you plan to stay in your home area, the possibilities are (105) well-known to you already. Friends and local papers are always (106) If you are going to work in a (107) area, again there are the papers and accommodation agencies, (108) these should be approached with (109) Agencies are allowed to charge a fee, usually the (110) of the first week’s rent, if you take accommodation they have found for you.
【单选题】(6)处填入()。 A.Because B.As C.Since D.Although
A.
In the United States, the first day nursery was opened in 1854. Nurseries were established in various areas during the (1) half of the 19th century; most of (2) were charitable. Both in Europe and in the U. S. , the day-nursery movement received great (3) during the First World War, when (4) of manpower caused the industrial employment of unprecedented numbers of women. In some European countries nurseries were established (5) in munitions (军火)plants, under direct government sponsorship. (6) the number of nurseries in the U.S. also rose (7) , this rise was accomplished without government aid of any kind. During the years following the First World War, (8) , Federal, State, and local governments gradually began to exercise a measure of control (9) the day nurseries by (10) them and by inspecting and regulating the conditions within the nurseries.
B.
The (11) of the Second World War was quickly followed by an increase in the number of day nurseries in almost all countries, as women were (12) called upon to replace men in the factories. On this (13) the U. S. government immediately came to the support of the nursery schools, (14) $6,000,000 in July, 1942, for a nursery school program for the children of working mothers. Many States and local communities (15) this Federal aid. By the end of the war, in August, 1945, more than 100,000 children were being cared (16) in day-care centers receiving Federal (17) Soon afterward, the Federal government (18) cut down its expenditures for this purpose and later (19) them, causing a sharp drop in the number of nursery schools in operation. However, the expectation that most employed mothers would leave their (20) at the end of the war was only partly fulfilled.
C.
 
【单选题】(7)处填入()。 A.unanimously B.sharply C.predominantly D.militantly
A.
In the United States, the first day nursery was opened in 1854. Nurseries were established in various areas during the (1) half of the 19th century; most of (2) were charitable. Both in Europe and in the U. S. , the day-nursery movement received great (3) during the First World War, when (4) of manpower caused the industrial employment of unprecedented numbers of women. In some European countries nurseries were established (5) in munitions (军火)plants, under direct government sponsorship. (6) the number of nurseries in the U.S. also rose (7) , this rise was accomplished without government aid of any kind. During the years following the First World War, (8) , Federal, State, and local governments gradually began to exercise a measure of control (9) the day nurseries by (10) them and by inspecting and regulating the conditions within the nurseries.
B.
The (11) of the Second World War was quickly followed by an increase in the number of day nurseries in almost all countries, as women were (12) called upon to replace men in the factories. On this (13) the U. S. government immediately came to the support of the nursery schools, (14) $6,000,000 in July, 1942, for a nursery school program for the children of working mothers. Many States and local communities (15) this Federal aid. By the end of the war, in August, 1945, more than 100,000 children were being cared (16) in day-care centers receiving Federal (17) Soon afterward, the Federal government (18) cut down its expenditures for this purpose and later (19) them, causing a sharp drop in the number of nursery schools in operation. However, the expectation that most employed mothers would leave their (20) at the end of the war was only partly fulfilled.
C.
 
【单选题】(13)处填入()。 A.circumstance B.occasion C.case D.situation
A.
In the United States, the first day nursery was opened in 1854. Nurseries were established in various areas during the (1) half of the 19th century; most of (2) were charitable. Both in Europe and in the U. S. , the day-nursery movement received great (3) during the First World War, when (4) of manpower caused the industrial employment of unprecedented numbers of women. In some European countries nurseries were established (5) in munitions (军火)plants, under direct government sponsorship. (6) the number of nurseries in the U.S. also rose (7) , this rise was accomplished without government aid of any kind. During the years following the First World War, (8) , Federal, State, and local governments gradually began to exercise a measure of control (9) the day nurseries by (10) them and by inspecting and regulating the conditions within the nurseries.
B.
The (11) of the Second World War was quickly followed by an increase in the number of day nurseries in almost all countries, as women were (12) called upon to replace men in the factories. On this (13) the U. S. government immediately came to the support of the nursery schools, (14) $6,000,000 in July, 1942, for a nursery school program for the children of working mothers. Many States and local communities (15) this Federal aid. By the end of the war, in August, 1945, more than 100,000 children were being cared (16) in day-care centers receiving Federal (17) Soon afterward, the Federal government (18) cut down its expenditures for this purpose and later (19) them, causing a sharp drop in the number of nursery schools in operation. However, the expectation that most employed mothers would leave their (20) at the end of the war was only partly fulfilled.
C.
 
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A.
Many people wrongly believe that when people reach old age, their families place them in nursing homes. They are left in the 1 of strangers for the rest of their lives. Their growing children visit them only occasionally, but more often, they do not have any 2 visitors. The truth is that this idea is an unfortunate myth and imaginary story. In fact, family members provide over 80 percent of the care that elderly people need. Samuel Preston, a sociologist, studied 3 the American family is changing. He reported that by the time the average American couple reaches 40 years of age, they have more parents than children. 4 , because people today live longer after an illness than people did years 5 , family members must provide long term care. More psychologists have found that all caregivers share a common characteristic: all caregivers believe that they are the best 6 for the job. In other words, they all felt that they 7 do the job better than anyone else. Social workers 8 caregivers to find out why they took on the responsibility of caring for an elderly relative. Many caregivers believed they had 9 to help their relative. Some stated that helping others made them feel more useful. Others hoped that by helping someone now, they would deserve care when they became old and 10 . Caring for the elderly and being taken care of can be a mutually satisfying experience for everyone who might be involved.
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