国家开放大学2024年春《人文英语3》单元自测1-8汇总参考答案114题

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二、阅读理解:选择题(每题10分)

Most couples who get married or decide to live together generally plan to have children. Several years ago, people thought that having big families was common and this was seen as an advantage. That was mainly because children began working at an early age to help provide for the family. But with the changing times and with the cost of living getting higher every single year, having a big family is no longer considered to be a practical option. In fact, more couples consider that they have only one child and some do not have any desire to become parents at all.

According to the Australian Institute of Family Studies, by 1986, women aged 40 to 44 years, were considerably more likely to have given birth to two children than three children (36% vs. 27%) or four or more children (19%). However, taken together, women were still more likely to have had three or more children than to have had two children (46% vs. 36%).

In recent years, women were more likely to have had two children than three or more children – a trend that was most marked in the most recent period (38% vs. 25% in 1996; 38% vs. 22% in 2006). These days, most families in Australia have two children. But the number of women who had given birth to a single child increased progressively from only 8% in 1981 to 13% in 2006.

The U.S. Census Bureau states that there are approximately 14 million only children in America today. This comprises 20% of the children's population compared to only 10% around fifty years ago.

操作提示:通过题干后的下拉框选择题目的正确答案。

Several years ago, people thought that having big families was   1  

A. uncommon and this was seen as an advantage

B. common and this was seen as a disadvantage

C. common and this was seen as an advantage

2. By 1986, taken together, women were still more likely to have had     2   children.

A. less

B. more

C. no

3. In recent years, women were more likely to have had     3    .

A. three or four children

B. more children

C. fewer children

4.  According to the passage, we can predict that the number of family with a single child will     4    (将会增长).

A. decrease dramatically

B. increase dramatically

C. remain steady

5.  Which of the following may be the best title for the passage?   5  

A. Families Having Fewer Children Nowadays.

B. Couples Having More Children Nowadays.

C. Women Being Likely to Have More Children.

答案是:C||B||C||B||A

二、阅读短文,从ABC三个选项中选出一个正确答案。(每题10分)

Demand for Elderly Care Services in China Rising Rapidly

The number of elderly people aged above 60 increased. Demand for elderly care services in China will continue to rise due to the increasing aging population. The number of elderly people aged above 60 was over 200 million in 2012, and will be 300 million in 2025 and 400 million in 2034, according to experts.

It will be a tough challenge for China to deal with, due to the increasing rates of urbanization and a decreasing birth rate. The Chinese people will be facing a big challenge if we do not have enough money when we get older.

The United Nations defines an aging society as one that has 10 percent of its population at or above the age of 60.

When most developed countries were classed as an aging society, their gross domestic product (GDP) per capita stood at between 5,000 to 10,000 U.S. dollars or above. However, China became an aging society in 2001, and its GDP per capita was only 1,000 U.S. dollars. It was 6,000 U.S. dollars in 2012. China’s economic foundation for an elderly society is fragile.

On Sept. 13.2013, the State Council issued a guideline to speed up the development of China’s elderly care services, hoping to complete a social care network for its elderly by 2025.

操作提示:通过题干后的下拉框选择题目的正确答案。

What does the word “decreasing” in Paragraph 2 mean?   1  

   A. It means “falling”. 

   B. It means “rising”.

   C. It means “peaking”.

2. What does GDP stands for?

A. Government Document Publishing Service.   2  

   B. Gross domestic product.

   C. General domestic product.

3. What was China’s GDP per capita in 2012?    3  

   A. It was 1,000 U.S. dollars.  

   B. It was 6,000 U.S. dollars.

   C. It was 10,000 U.S. dollars.

4. Why is China’s economic foundation for an elderly society fragile   4  

   A. Because of its increasing aging population and its low GDP per capita.

   B. Because when China was classed as an aging society, our gross domestic product (GDP) per capita is high.

   C. Because of its decreasing aging population and its high GDP per capita.

5. The passage implies that    5  

   A. Chinese government can do nothing to deal with the challenge of the increasing aging population

   B. Chinese people don’t need enough money when they get older

   C. The Chinese social care network is expected to be completed in the near future

答案是:A||B||B||A||C

二、阅读理解:正误判断(每题10分)

The Wichita Falls Police Department is trying to help curb crime in neighboring communities throughout the city. On Saturday Wichita Falls Police gave a free two-hour presentation to help locals keep their community crime free.

More than 20 people showed up at the Martin Luther King Center in east Wichita Falls to be part of the presentation.

Wichita Falls Police Officer Jeff Hughes said that they wanted to make sure the folks out there were aware they were doing everything to take away the opportunity from a bad guy.

Hughes reminded those in attendance that their homes outside presentation could be an open invitation to criminals. One of the biggest ways to prevent crime, according to Hughes is to use CPTED. Also known as Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design.

“The biggest site, that we are dealing with now, that we are endorsing fully, is Nextdoor and it's simply just nextdoor.com,”

The site is free and helps locals set up a Virtual Community that they can interact with from the comfort of their own home.

"With www.nextdoor.com it all happens in a web based program where if you send something out it gets to that group or that person instantly, they will get an alert on their phone or an email," said Hughes.

According to Hughes, he has already seen a positive impact locally from the site and hopes it can continue to expand in Wichita Falls.

操作提示:句子正确选择下拉选项框为“T”;句子错误选择下拉选项框为“F”

The Wichita Falls Police Department is planning sterner measures to combat crime.   1  

2. According to Hughes, one of the biggest ways of crime prevention is through environmental design.   2  

3. The biggest site that police are approving fully is nextdoor.com.   3  

4. The purpose of nextdoor.com is to help locals set up a real community.     4  

5. If you use the nextdoor.com site, you have to pay for it.   5  

答案是:F||T||T||F||F

二、阅读理解:正误判断(每题10分)

The law defines youthful offenders (age 18 or under) as “delinquent” if they commit offenses. As for the same offenses, the court would consider an adult as a “criminal”. “Status offenders” are juveniles who commit offenses appropriate only to juveniles, such as truancy from school. Here are a few ideas to help prevent your children from being a delinquent.

Keep your children in school to help prevent delinquency. Minor offenses, such as truancy, can lead to more serious offenses. Make clear to your children your expectations about their school attendance. Meet with school officials if necessary.

Exercise adequate supervision. Juveniles rarely commit serious offenses while under the supervision of an adult. Seek the assistance of your local service agencies if you feel you cannot control your children. Attend parenting classes, or join a local support group if you are having trouble understanding how to exercise discipline.

Educate your children about the dangers of drugs. Drug offenses and addiction can have serious consequences for your children. Let your children know you will not tolerate drug use. Stay informed about drug use trends in children.

Get your children involved in after-school recreational activities, sports, community service or other positive activities. Young people with positive outlets for their energy are more likely to do well in school and avoid the problems of delinquency. 

Know who your children's friends are. Show an interest in your children's social life and peer groups. Peer pressure may have a bad effect on teenagers and young people. Do not allow your children to associate with juvenile delinquents.

操作提示:句子正确选择下拉选项框为“T”;句子错误选择下拉选项框为“F”

  1. The court would consider youthful offenders as      “criminals” if they commit      offenses.    1     

  2. You must meet with school officials to prevent      your children from delinquency. 

    2     

  1. If you cannot control your children, ask for help      from the local service agencies. 

    3     

  1. Inform your children that you will not tolerate      drug use and drug offenses can have serious results for your      children.

    4     

  1. Children always involving in positive      activities are more likely to do well in school and avoid the      problems of delinquency. 

    5     

答案是:F||F||T||T||T

二、阅读理解:正误判断(每题10分)

操作提示:句子正确选择下拉选项框为“T”;句子错误选择下拉选项框为“F”

English, the Global Language

English is spoken as a native language by around 377 million people, and as a second language by around 375 million speakers in the world. Speakers of English as a second language will soon outnumber those who speak it as a first language. Around 750 million people are believed to speak English as a foreign language. English has an official or a special status in 75 countries with a total population of over 2 billion.

The domination of the English language globally is a sure thing. English is the language of international communications, business, tourism, education, science, computer technology, media and the Internet.

British colonialism in the 19th century and American capitalism and technological progress in the 20th century were undoubtedly the main causes for the spread of English throughout the world. From the fifteenth century, the British began to sail all over the world and became explorers, colonists and imperialists. They took the English language to many places. For the last hundred years, the USA has played a leading role in most parts of the world. The Hollywood film industry also attracted many foreign artists in quest of fame and fortune and the number of American films produced every year soon flooded the market.

However, the future of English as a global language will depend very largely on the political, economic, demographic and cultural trends in the world.

English is spoken as a second language by around 377 million people in the world.   1    

2. Speakers of English as a second language are more than those who speak it as a first language.     2    

3. It is not surprising that 70% of all information stored in the internet is in English.     3    

4. The spread of English throughout the world resulted from British colonialism in the 19th century and American capitalism and technological progress in the 20th century.   4    

5. It is definitely predicted (预见) that English will still act as a global language in the future.   5    

答案是:F||F||F||T||F

二、阅读理解:判断题(每题10分)

A passenger told an air hostess that he needed a cup of water to take his medicine when the plane just took off. She told him that she would bring him the water in ten minutes.

The air hostess was kept so busy that she forgot to give him the water. As a result, the passenger was held up to take his medicine. Thirty minutes later, when the passenger's ring for service sounded, she hurried over to him with a cup of water, but he refused.

In the following hours on the plane, each time the air hostess passed by the passenger, she would ask him with a smile whether he needed help or not. But the passenger never answered a word.

When he was going to get off the plane, the passenger asked the air hostess to hand him the passengers' booklet. She was very sad. She knew that he would write down sharp words, but with a smile she handed it to him.

Off the plane, she opened the booklet, and smiled, for the passenger put it. “On the flight, you asked me whether I needed help or not for twelve times in all. How can I refuse your twelve sincere smiles?”

That's right! Who can refuse twelve sincere smiles from a person?

操作提示:句子正确选择下拉选项框为“T”;句子错误选择下拉选项框为“F”

  1. A passenger wants a cup of water because he is      thirsty.     1  

  2. The air hostess forgot to give him the water on      purpose.     2  

  3. The passenger refused the cup of      water.   3  

  4. The passenger didn't write down any sharp      words.   4  

  5. This passage tells us that a sincere smile is of      no use.     5  

答案是:F||F||T||T||F

二、阅读理解:判断正误(每题10分)

Lifelong Learning & Distance Education

The term “lifelong learning” is very popular nowadays. It describes the need for people to continue their education and training throughout their lives. Lifelong learning is more and more important for everyone because people are now facing different career choices in changing economies. It is believed lifelong learning is a crucial response to the challenges of the global knowledge economy.

Currently, most universities have reacted to the era of lifelong learning by adding new programs and services for adults who seek to combine employment with part-time study. Special arrangements have been developed for these students but the core activity of the university, providing teaching to full-time young undergraduates, often goes on much as before.

Lifelong learning is both formal and non-formal; and the boundaries between face-to-face teaching and distance education are increasingly blurred.

By making learning possible anytime and anywhere, distance education is a powerful tool for supporting lifelong learning. Technology-based teaching is creating new educational systems that anyone from anywhere can access. The key challenge for universities is to evolve from a teacher-centered model of education to student-centered model. The challenge for governments is that they have to develop new funding approaches and new quality assessment procedures.

操作提示:句子正确选择下拉选项框为“T”;句子错误选择下拉选项框为“F”

  1. The term “lifelong learning” describes the need      for people to continue their education and training in a certain period of      their lives. 

    1     

  1. The challenges of the global knowledge economy      bring the needs for lifelong learning. 

    2    

  1. Lifelong learning is non-formal.

    3    

  1. The universities should make the classroom      student-centered.

    4    

  1. To develop a new quality assessment system is a      challenge for the government. 

    5    

答案是:F||T||F||T||T

二、阅读理解:正误判断(每题10分)

Stopping Yelling At Your Kids

Parenting is hard. If you're a parent, I'm sure that I don't need to tell you that our job is a tough one. When you're managing children, it can be difficult to remember that they are still learning. If you find you are yelling at your kids more often than you want to, here are some ways that can help you reduce the yelling. I've been working on this for the past few months and I have to say, it's been amazing for both the kids and me.

If you are having an argument with your child, you need to make sure you both take the time to really listen. It gives both of you time to think and really listen to each other, which is important. Kids are more likely to listen to you if you listen to them!

One of your biggest struggles is to remind yourself of appropriate expectations. You can't expect that your youngest acts as responsibly as your oldest. You should lower what you expect – taking into consideration things like their age – it can make a big difference.

You should do your best to take a moment before yelling and take in a deep breath. It makes a world of difference for you. Instead of yelling, you'd better whisper. It can also help diffuse any situation by making things quieter, not louder. Besides, the more time you spend with your kids, the better you'll get at communicating with them. You're both more likely to understand each other.

If your children aren't listening or it seems they only don't listen to you, you don't take it personally. You should remind yourself that your kids are still learning and they're not going to be perfect.

操作提示:句子正确选择下拉选项框为“T”;句子错误选择下拉选项框为“F”

As a parent, you may know that parenting is an easy job.    1  

2. Listening to each other is a good way to stop argument between parents and their kids.    2  

3. Usually younger kids behave less responsibly than elder children.   3  

4. Parents should lower their expectations for their kids.    4  

5. Both yelling and whispering can help make things quieter.    5  

答案是:F||T||T||T||F

二、阅读理解:选择题(每题10分)

操作提示:通过题干后的下拉框选择题目的正确答案。

Importance of Learning of a Foreign Language

There are a number of reasons __    1    __. Learning another language is important for both work and travel. It is also important for making real connections with other people. Lastly, it can give you a greater understanding of your own language.

Learning a foreign language would __    2    __. If you work in a foreign country, it will benefit you immensely if you can speak its language because then you would be able to work with all different types of employees, and this will give long-term career success. 

Speaking a foreign language gives you __   3    __; it enables you to see how other people see the world around them. If you travel or work in a foreign country, think how much easier everything would be if you could speak the local language. It would be easier to find different places, ask for directions, and even order food.

Finally, if you speak a foreign language you will actually __   4    ___. Other languages open our minds to new ways of thinking. For example, Eskimos have more words to describe snow and ice as it is such an important part of their lives.

Language is __    5    ___. It is how we share our thoughts with the world. Without language, there would be no way to communicate and express ourselves. The more languages you know, the more ways you have to communicate and express yourself. This is why learning many languages should be important, and why one language simply won't do.

A. improve your own first language

B. definitely enhance your chances of getting a job

C. what makes us human

D. why you should learn a foreign language

E. understanding of a country's culture

答案是:D||B||E||A||C

二、阅读理解:选择题(每题10分)

Free Massive Online Open Courses (MOOCs)

A class with hundreds or even thousands of students might sound like a teacher's worst nightmare. But a big idea in higher education these days is Massive Open Online Courses, or MOOCs.

Some universities offer free, non-credit MOOCs available to anyone in the world. Others charge for courses and provide credits. The idea is still developing. The Massachusetts Institute of Technology started its first MOOC in 2012. The school plans to offer many free, non-credit courses through a project called MITx. Many Chinese universities are beginning to offer free MOOCs now too.

Nowadays, MOOCs almost cover every topic, like computer science, technology, mechanics, engineering, languages, etc.

Generally speaking, there are no formal education requirements for these free online courses. Students watch short videos. Then, they take informal, ungraded quizzes after the videos each week for certain weeks. Quizzes are part of the lecture program to keep students engaged and keep them thinking, for students to be able to check that they understood what was covered. They can repeatedly watch the videos and take the quizzes whenever they want. Students receive homework. They can join online groups to exchange questions and answers about the courses. The teachers hold virtual office hours to answer questions that the students have posted. They also present their own questions and observations.

Some supporters claimed that there are things that we can do better in the online format. We can certainly deliver high-quality education to many students at much lower cost.

操作提示:通过题干后的下拉框选择题目的正确答案。

1.   1     started its first MOOC in 2012.

A. The Massachusetts Institute of Technology

B. Harvard University

C. A Chinese university

2. Which is not true about the free online courses?   2    

A. Students can watch short videos.

B. Students may ask the teachers some questions.

C. Students must take graded quizzes.

3. They can join online groups   3     .

A. to discuss the quizzes

B. to exchange questions and answers

C. to present their observations

4. The teachers hold   4     to answer questions that the students have posted.

A. virtual office hours

B. face-to-face meetings

C. regular seminars

5. What is the attitude of the writer to online courses?   5    

A. neutral

B. negative

C. positive

答案是:

二、英译汉(每题10分)

操作提示:通过题干后的下拉框选择题目的正确答案。

Parents are too busy to spend time teaching their kids right from wrong.   1    

A.父母不会太忙,所以有时间教导孩子明辨是非。

B. 父母都太忙,没有时间教导孩子明辨是非。

C. 父母很忙,但是也抽时间教导孩子明辨是非。

2. Attend parenting classes, or join a local support group if you are having trouble understanding how to exercise discipline.     2    

A.如果在理解如何管教孩子方面有困难,你可以参加父母课程或者当地的支持团体。

B.如果你在理解练习纪律方面有困难,可以参加父母课程学习或者加入当地的帮助团体。

C.如果在理解练习管教孩子方面有困难,参加父母课程学习或者加入当地的帮助团体是有用的。

3. As millions of people have access to the Internet, criminals look for potential victims online.     3    

A.当成千上万的人们接受网络,犯罪分子就会寻找网上的潜在受害者。

B. 由于成千上网的人们具备了上网条件,犯罪分子就会悄悄地物色受害者。

C. 由于成百上千万的人们具备了上网条件,犯罪分子会在线物色潜在的受害者。

4. Use software that blocks out certain inappropriate websites in case you can't keep an eye anytime.   4    

A.利用软件画出不良网站的轮廓,这样你就不用时时关注了。

B. 利用软件阻挡一些不良网站,以免有时你无暇照看。

C. 利用软件剔除不良网站避免不时浏览到。

5. When you are suspicious of the website, check it out before you pay any money.   5  

A.当你怀疑的时候,你要检查支付的网站。

B. 当你觉得网站可疑,支付之前要严加核实。

C. 当你怀疑支付的金额时,要留意相关网站。

答案是:

二、阅读理解:选择题(每题10分)

Among the more colorful characters of Leadville's golden age were H.A.W. Tabor and his second wife, Elizabeth McCourt, better known as “Baby Doe”. Their history is fast becoming one of the legends of the Old West. Horace Austin Warner Tabor was a school teacher in Vermont. With his first wife and two children he left Vermont by covered wagon in 1855 to homestead in Kansas. Perhaps he did not find farming to his liking, or perhaps he was lured by rumors of fortunes to be made in Colorado mines. At any rate, a few years later he moved west to the small Colorado mining camp known as California Gulch, which he later renamed Leadville when he became its leading citizen. “Great deposits of lead are sure to be found here.” he said.

  As it turned out, it was silver, not lead, that was to make Leadville's fortune and wealth. Tabor knew little about mining himself, so he opened a general store, which sold everything from boots to salt, flour, and tobacco.It was his custom to “grubstake” prospective miners, in other words, to supply them with food and supplies, or “grub”, while they looked for ore, in return for which he would get a share in the mine if one was discovered. He did this for a number of years, but no one that he aided ever found anything of value.

  Finally one day in the year 1878, so the story goes, two miners came in and asked for “grub”. Tabor had decided to quit supplying it because he had lost too much money that way. These were persistent, however, and Tabor was too busy to argue with them. “Oh help yourself. One more time won't make any difference,” He said and went on selling shoes and hats to other customers. The two miners took 

17 investment.

  Later Tabor bought the Matchless Mine on another barren hillside just outside the town for 

35 000 worth of silver per day at one time. Leadville grew. Tabor became its first mayor, and later became lieutenant governor of the state.

操作提示:通过题干后的下拉框选择题目的正确答案。

Leadville got its name for the following reasons EXCEPT   1   .

A. because Tabor became its leading citizen

B. because great deposits of lead is expected to be found there

C. because it could bring good fortune to Tabor

2. The word “grubstake” in paragraph 2 means   2   .

A. to supply miners with food and supplies

B. to open a general store

C. to supply miners with food and supplies and in return get a share in the mine, if one was discovered

3. Tabor made his first fortune    3   .

A. by supplying two prospective miners and getting in return a one-third interest in the findings

B. because he was persuaded by the two miners to quit supplying

C. by buying the shares of the other

4. The underlying reason for Tabor's life career is    4   .

A. purely accidental

B. based on the analysis of miner's being very poor and their possibility of discovering profitable mining site

C. through the help from his second wife

5. If this passage is the first part of an article, who might be introduced in the following part?    5  

A. Tabor's life.

B. Tabor's second wife, Elizabeth McCourt.

C. Other colorful characters.

答案是:

The fact ________ that we are behind the other classes.

seems to be

looks to be

remains

答案是:

—Our son has picked up some bad habits recently, and I am really worried about it.

— .

Yes, they have some bad habits.

Cheer up. I believe he will overcome it.

Well, he likes picking things up when he is out.

答案是:

—Ken did badly in his math test. I'm terribly worried about the result.

— .

 I am so happy he is very healthy.

 Well, it is hard to see.

 Come on. It isn't the end of the world.

答案是:

He asked me ___________ Zhang Hua came to school or not. 

 whether

if

what

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Young people ______ 62% of University teaching staff.

comprise

compose

contain

答案是:

John asked me _______ to visit his uncle's farm with him.

how would I like

if or not would I like

whether I would like

答案是:

 He is worth ____________.

trust

trusted

trusting

答案是:

– May I open the window to let in some fresh air?

–___________

Come on

Take care. 

Go ahead!

答案是:

 I have trouble in ________ my homework. 

do 

done

doing

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People __________ foxes __________ clever but sly animals. 

consider…for

consider…as

consider…X

答案是:

-It's rather cold in here. Do you mind if I close the window?

 -_____________________.

 Yes, please    

No, go ahead

Sure, please

答案是:

-Must I finish the report today?

-_____________________. You can finish it tomorrow.

Yes, you must

No, you mustn't.

No, you don't have to

答案是:

Does the design _____ the needs of our users? 

get 

answer 

meet

答案是:

 I have no idea _____ to make my speech interesting.

how  

why 

when 

答案是:

 Hardly had the train arrived at the destination when the passengers ________ out in no time. 

flew

dropped

flooded

答案是:

This is an opportunity to _______ the reputation of the company. 

increase

progress

enhance

答案是:

Quizzes are part of the lecture program to keep students engaged and keep them _________, for students to be able to check that they understood what was covered.

thinking

think a lot 

to think

答案是:

Some universities offer free, non-credit MOOCs __________ to anyone in the world.

useful

available

easy

答案是:

I have _________ some courses and software to my Smartphone, and I find they are very interesting and easy to use. 

uploaded

downloaded

copied

答案是:

Well, that's to say, every coin has two sides, ________ technology.

so is

so does 

so has

答案是:

– I often feel lonely when I engage in my online learning. ________

– I join the online course community.

How do you solve this problem?

How do you think about it?

How often do you engage in online learning?

答案是:

– What are your great strengths?

– 

I am very shy.

My job offers me high income.

I am very active in discussion.

答案是:

It is believed lifelong learning is a crucial response to the challenge of the global ________ economy. 

technology

knowledge

examination

答案是:

 I hope you are making ________ for continuous education in your life. 

room

vacancy

place

答案是:

二、阅读理解:选择题(每题10分)

Most couples who get married or decide to live together generally plan to have children. Several years ago, people thought that having big families was common and this was seen as an advantage. That was mainly because children began working at an early age to help provide for the family. But with the changing times and with the cost of living getting higher every single year, having a big family is no longer considered to be a practical option. In fact, more couples consider that they have only one child and some do not have any desire to become parents at all.

According to the Australian Institute of Family Studies, by 1986, women aged 40 to 44 years, were considerably more likely to have given birth to two children than three children (36% vs. 27%) or four or more children (19%). However, taken together, women were still more likely to have had three or more children than to have had two children (46% vs. 36%).

In recent years, women were more likely to have had two children than three or more children – a trend that was most marked in the most recent period (38% vs. 25% in 1996; 38% vs. 22% in 2006). These days, most families in Australia have two children. But the number of women who had given birth to a single child increased progressively from only 8% in 1981 to 13% in 2006.

The U.S. Census Bureau states that there are approximately 14 million only children in America today. This comprises 20% of the children's population compared to only 10% around fifty years ago.

操作提示:通过题干后的下拉框选择题目的正确答案。

Several years ago, people thought that having big families was

A. uncommon and this was seen as an advantage

B. common and this was seen as a disadvantage

C. common and this was seen as an advantage

2. By 1986, taken together, women were still more likely to have had   children.

A. less

B. more

C. no

3. In recent years, women were more likely to have had    .

A. three or four children

B. more children

C. fewer children

4.  According to the passage, we can predict that the number of family with a single child will    (将会增长).

A. decrease dramatically

B. increase dramatically

C. remain steady

5.  Which of the following may be the best title for the passage?

A. Families Having Fewer Children Nowadays.

B. Couples Having More Children Nowadays.

C. Women Being Likely to Have More Children.

答案是:

We found him ___________ in the laboratory.

work

 working

to work

答案是:

She is a ___________ woman. 

confident young

young confident

confident and young

答案是:

二、阅读理解:选择题(每题10分)

Among the more colorful characters of Leadville's golden age were H.A.W. Tabor and his second wife, Elizabeth McCourt, better known as “Baby Doe”. Their history is fast becoming one of the legends of the Old West. Horace Austin Warner Tabor was a school teacher in Vermont. With his first wife and two children he left Vermont by covered wagon in 1855 to homestead in Kansas. Perhaps he did not find farming to his liking, or perhaps he was lured by rumors of fortunes to be made in Colorado mines. At any rate, a few years later he moved west to the small Colorado mining camp known as California Gulch, which he later renamed Leadville when he became its leading citizen. “Great deposits of lead are sure to be found here.” he said.

  As it turned out, it was silver, not lead, that was to make Leadville's fortune and wealth. Tabor knew little about mining himself, so he opened a general store, which sold everything from boots to salt, flour, and tobacco.It was his custom to “grubstake” prospective miners, in other words, to supply them with food and supplies, or “grub”, while they looked for ore, in return for which he would get a share in the mine if one was discovered. He did this for a number of years, but no one that he aided ever found anything of value.

  Finally one day in the year 1878, so the story goes, two miners came in and asked for “grub”. Tabor had decided to quit supplying it because he had lost too much money that way. These were persistent, however, and Tabor was too busy to argue with them. “Oh help yourself. One more time won't make any difference,” He said and went on selling shoes and hats to other customers. The two miners took 

17 investment.

  Later Tabor bought the Matchless Mine on another barren hillside just outside the town for 

35 000 worth of silver per day at one time. Leadville grew. Tabor became its first mayor, and later became lieutenant governor of the state.

操作提示:通过题干后的下拉框选择题目的正确答案。

Leadville got its name for the following reasons EXCEPT  .

A. because Tabor became its leading citizen

B. because great deposits of lead is expected to be found there

C. because it could bring good fortune to Tabor

2. The word “grubstake” in paragraph 2 means  .

A. to supply miners with food and supplies

B. to open a general store

C. to supply miners with food and supplies and in return get a share in the mine, if one was discovered

3. Tabor made his first fortune   .

A. by supplying two prospective miners and getting in return a one-third interest in the findings

B. because he was persuaded by the two miners to quit supplying

C. by buying the shares of the other

4. The underlying reason for Tabor's life career is   .

A. purely accidental

B. based on the analysis of miner's being very poor and their possibility of discovering profitable mining site

C. through the help from his second wife

5. If this passage is the first part of an article, who might be introduced in the following part? 

A. Tabor's life.

B. Tabor's second wife, Elizabeth McCourt.

C. Other colorful characters.

答案是:

– Susan, will you please go and empty that drawer?  

– 

 What for

 What is it?

How is it?  

答案是:

Parents transmit some of their _____ to their children. 

characteristics 

character 

characteristic

答案是:

He left the company by mutual ______ last September. 

content 

convent 

consent

答案是:

The news came _____ we won the first prize in the competition. 

that  

which

whether

答案是:

二、阅读理解:正误判断(每题10分)

操作提示:句子正确选择下拉选项框为“T”;句子错误选择下拉选项框为“F”

English, the Global Language

English is spoken as a native language by around 377 million people, and as a second language by around 375 million speakers in the world. Speakers of English as a second language will soon outnumber those who speak it as a first language. Around 750 million people are believed to speak English as a foreign language. English has an official or a special status in 75 countries with a total population of over 2 billion.

The domination of the English language globally is a sure thing. English is the language of international communications, business, tourism, education, science, computer technology, media and the Internet.

British colonialism in the 19th century and American capitalism and technological progress in the 20th century were undoubtedly the main causes for the spread of English throughout the world. From the fifteenth century, the British began to sail all over the world and became explorers, colonists and imperialists. They took the English language to many places. For the last hundred years, the USA has played a leading role in most parts of the world. The Hollywood film industry also attracted many foreign artists in quest of fame and fortune and the number of American films produced every year soon flooded the market.

However, the future of English as a global language will depend very largely on the political, economic, demographic and cultural trends in the world.

English is spoken as a second language by around 377 million people in the world.

2. Speakers of English as a second language are more than those who speak it as a first language.

3. It is not surprising that 70% of all information stored in the internet is in English.

4. The spread of English throughout the world resulted from British colonialism in the 19th century and American capitalism and technological progress in the 20th century.

5. It is definitely predicted (预见) that English will still act as a global language in the future.

答案是:

Lifelong learning is both formal and non-formal; and the boundaries between face-to-face teaching and ___________ education are increasingly blurred. 

lifelong

formal

distance

答案是:

The birth rate of the country decreases ______ with years.

extremely

approximately

progressively

答案是:

We often compare children ______ flowers.

with

 to

 in

答案是:

It is said that ______ 2000 factories were closed down during the economic crisis. 

 properly

 approximately

considerably

答案是:

She said she __________ lost a pen.

have

has

had

答案是:

二、阅读理解:正误判断(每题10分)

The law defines youthful offenders (age 18 or under) as “delinquent” if they commit offenses. As for the same offenses, the court would consider an adult as a “criminal”. “Status offenders” are juveniles who commit offenses appropriate only to juveniles, such as truancy from school. Here are a few ideas to help prevent your children from being a delinquent.

Keep your children in school to help prevent delinquency. Minor offenses, such as truancy, can lead to more serious offenses. Make clear to your children your expectations about their school attendance. Meet with school officials if necessary.

Exercise adequate supervision. Juveniles rarely commit serious offenses while under the supervision of an adult. Seek the assistance of your local service agencies if you feel you cannot control your children. Attend parenting classes, or join a local support group if you are having trouble understanding how to exercise discipline.

Educate your children about the dangers of drugs. Drug offenses and addiction can have serious consequences for your children. Let your children know you will not tolerate drug use. Stay informed about drug use trends in children.

Get your children involved in after-school recreational activities, sports, community service or other positive activities. Young people with positive outlets for their energy are more likely to do well in school and avoid the problems of delinquency. 

Know who your children's friends are. Show an interest in your children's social life and peer groups. Peer pressure may have a bad effect on teenagers and young people. Do not allow your children to associate with juvenile delinquents.

操作提示:句子正确选择下拉选项框为“T”;句子错误选择下拉选项框为“F”

  1. The court would consider youthful offenders as      “criminals” if they commit offenses.    

  2. You must meet with school officials to prevent      your children from delinquency. 

  1. If you cannot control your children, ask for help      from the local service agencies. 

  1. Inform your children that you will not tolerate      drug use and drug offenses can have serious results for your      children.

  1. Children always involving in positive      activities are more likely to do well in school and avoid the      problems of delinquency. 

答案是:

Good friends means sharing happiness but also sadness ____ each other.

of 

with

by

答案是:

 The more people you know, ___________ knowledge you get. 

the much

the more

more

答案是:

By making learning possible anytime and anywhere, distance education is a powerful tool _________ supporting lifelong learning. 

to 

for 

with 

答案是:

We consider it necessary ______ Tom should improve his behavior.

 which

 that 

what

答案是:

 Mr. Wang, _________, is coming up to us.

slowly

our new teacher 

he is our new teacher

答案是:

_________ the regular classes, you can also attend many different seminars and take part in many extracurricular activities. 

Except for

Including 

Apart from

答案是:

—It's raining so heavily outside. I'm terribly anxious about my son's safety.

   — .

Well. He is a good boy.

Yes, it is. It will rain tomorrow.

Don't worry about him. He will come back safe and sound.

答案是:

 Lily is a good student except ________ she is a little bit careless.

 where

which

that 

答案是:

– How about going to the cinema?

 – ___________

Enjoy yourself! 

Good luck!

 Sounds like a good idea!

答案是:

_________ we've no money, we can't buy it.

Since

Because of 

Therefore

答案是:

Nowadays people spend more time exercising to keep _____. 

fitly   

fitting 

fit

答案是:

– Did you enjoy your college life?

– ______

Yes, it was rich and colorful. 

No, it is interesting.

I like my college very much.

答案是:

-I've been using the computer for a long time and my neck doesn't feel well.

-____________________

You'd better stop the work and take a rest.

Never mind.

Keep away from the medicine.

答案是:

二、阅读理解:判断题(每题10分)

A passenger told an air hostess that he needed a cup of water to take his medicine when the plane just took off. She told him that she would bring him the water in ten minutes.

The air hostess was kept so busy that she forgot to give him the water. As a result, the passenger was held up to take his medicine. Thirty minutes later, when the passenger's ring for service sounded, she hurried over to him with a cup of water, but he refused.

In the following hours on the plane, each time the air hostess passed by the passenger, she would ask him with a smile whether he needed help or not. But the passenger never answered a word.

When he was going to get off the plane, the passenger asked the air hostess to hand him the passengers' booklet. She was very sad. She knew that he would write down sharp words, but with a smile she handed it to him.

Off the plane, she opened the booklet, and smiled, for the passenger put it. “On the flight, you asked me whether I needed help or not for twelve times in all. How can I refuse your twelve sincere smiles?”

That's right! Who can refuse twelve sincere smiles from a person?

操作提示:句子正确选择下拉选项框为“T”;句子错误选择下拉选项框为“F”

  1. A passenger wants a cup of water because he is      thirsty.

  2. The air hostess forgot to give him the water on      purpose.

  3. The passenger refused the cup of water.

  4. The passenger didn't write down any sharp words.

  5. This passage tells us that a sincere smile is of      no use.

答案是:

The company is trying every _____ to improve the quality of products. 

meaning

means

mean 

答案是:

 _________, the number of private cars will increase sharply in the coming couple of years. 

Undoubtedly

Doubtedly

Undoubted

答案是:

—How do you feel about your family life?

   — .

Good. It's a good choice to work there.

Not bad. I think it is a good choice to be a full-time mother.

Not bad. I have visited their family a lot of times.

答案是:

 —Do you have much experience with caring for babies?

— .

Yes, I do. I often take care of kids in my free time.

No, you are freshmen. You should work hard.

Yes, they are. They are very cute. 

答案是:

Tom won the first prize of oral English contest, which is beyond his ______.

reputation

contribution 

expectation

答案是:

This movie is ________ that one. 

 as more interesting as

as interesting as

too interesting to

答案是:

I want to know________ . 

what is his name  

 that his name is

what his name is

答案是:

二、阅读理解:正误判断(每题10分)

Stopping Yelling At Your Kids

Parenting is hard. If you're a parent, I'm sure that I don't need to tell you that our job is a tough one. When you're managing children, it can be difficult to remember that they are still learning. If you find you are yelling at your kids more often than you want to, here are some ways that can help you reduce the yelling. I've been working on this for the past few months and I have to say, it's been amazing for both the kids and me.

If you are having an argument with your child, you need to make sure you both take the time to really listen. It gives both of you time to think and really listen to each other, which is important. Kids are more likely to listen to you if you listen to them!

One of your biggest struggles is to remind yourself of appropriate expectations. You can't expect that your youngest acts as responsibly as your oldest. You should lower what you expect – taking into consideration things like their age – it can make a big difference.

You should do your best to take a moment before yelling and take in a deep breath. It makes a world of difference for you. Instead of yelling, you'd better whisper. It can also help diffuse any situation by making things quieter, not louder. Besides, the more time you spend with your kids, the better you'll get at communicating with them. You're both more likely to understand each other.

If your children aren't listening or it seems they only don't listen to you, you don't take it personally. You should remind yourself that your kids are still learning and they're not going to be perfect.

操作提示:句子正确选择下拉选项框为“T”;句子错误选择下拉选项框为“F”

As a parent, you may know that parenting is an easy job. 

2. Listening to each other is a good way to stop argument between parents and their kids. 

3. Usually younger kids behave less responsibly than elder children.

4. Parents should lower their expectations for their kids. 

5. Both yelling and whispering can help make things quieter. 

答案是:

—Looking after a baby is not an easy job, is it?

— .

 Looking after a baby is very tired.

I like looking after a baby.

No, it isn't.

答案是:

—Is your grandmother getting well now?

— .

Yes, she is much better now.

 She gets up early.

She feels comfortable.

答案是:

—Do you mind if I record your lecture?

 — .

 No, you'd better not.

No,not at all.

Never mind.

答案是:

 —Linda, what's wrong with your grandmother?

 — .

She is not retired.

She hurt her leg.

She got a new house.

答案是:

—I'm sorry to hear that your grandmother is ill in hospital.

 That's all right.

 It's very kind of you.

 It is nothing.

答案是:

二、阅读短文,从ABC三个选项中选出一个正确答案。(每题10分)

Demand for Elderly Care Services in China Rising Rapidly

The number of elderly people aged above 60 increased. Demand for elderly care services in China will continue to rise due to the increasing aging population. The number of elderly people aged above 60 was over 200 million in 2012, and will be 300 million in 2025 and 400 million in 2034, according to experts.

It will be a tough challenge for China to deal with, due to the increasing rates of urbanization and a decreasing birth rate. The Chinese people will be facing a big challenge if we do not have enough money when we get older.

The United Nations defines an aging society as one that has 10 percent of its population at or above the age of 60.

When most developed countries were classed as an aging society, their gross domestic product (GDP) per capita stood at between 5,000 to 10,000 U.S. dollars or above. However, China became an aging society in 2001, and its GDP per capita was only 1,000 U.S. dollars. It was 6,000 U.S. dollars in 2012. China’s economic foundation for an elderly society is fragile.

On Sept. 13.2013, the State Council issued a guideline to speed up the development of China’s elderly care services, hoping to complete a social care network for its elderly by 2025.

操作提示:通过题干后的下拉框选择题目的正确答案。

What does the word “decreasing” in Paragraph 2 mean?

   A. It means “falling”. 

   B. It means “rising”.

   C. It means “peaking”.

2. What does GDP stands for?

A. Government Document Publishing Service.

   B. Gross domestic product.

   C. General domestic product.

3. What was China’s GDP per capita in 2012? 

   A. It was 1,000 U.S. dollars.  

   B. It was 6,000 U.S. dollars.

   C. It was 10,000 U.S. dollars.

4. Why is China’s economic foundation for an elderly society fragile

   A. Because of its increasing aging population and its low GDP per capita.

   B. Because when China was classed as an aging society, our gross domestic product (GDP) per capita is high.

   C. Because of its decreasing aging population and its high GDP per capita.

5. The passage implies that 

   A. Chinese government can do nothing to deal with the challenge of the increasing aging population

   B. Chinese people don’t need enough money when they get older

   C. The Chinese social care network is expected to be completed in the near future

答案是:

We must keep our classroom _____________.

clean

cleaned

cleaning

答案是:

She _________ the children not to make any noise.

 tell

told 

said

答案是:

There is only one thing that people can't _____________you, and that is your wisdom.

take care of

take away from

take down

答案是:

You'd better ________ to hospital at once. 

go

 to

going

答案是:

 He asked John ______ he could swim.

that

 if 

how

答案是:

二、阅读理解:正误判断(每题10分)

The Wichita Falls Police Department is trying to help curb crime in neighboring communities throughout the city. On Saturday Wichita Falls Police gave a free two-hour presentation to help locals keep their community crime free.

More than 20 people showed up at the Martin Luther King Center in east Wichita Falls to be part of the presentation.

Wichita Falls Police Officer Jeff Hughes said that they wanted to make sure the folks out there were aware they were doing everything to take away the opportunity from a bad guy.

Hughes reminded those in attendance that their homes outside presentation could be an open invitation to criminals. One of the biggest ways to prevent crime, according to Hughes is to use CPTED. Also known as Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design.

“The biggest site, that we are dealing with now, that we are endorsing fully, is Nextdoor and it's simply just nextdoor.com,”

The site is free and helps locals set up a Virtual Community that they can interact with from the comfort of their own home.

"With www.nextdoor.com it all happens in a web based program where if you send something out it gets to that group or that person instantly, they will get an alert on their phone or an email," said Hughes.

According to Hughes, he has already seen a positive impact locally from the site and hopes it can continue to expand in Wichita Falls.

操作提示:句子正确选择下拉选项框为“T”;句子错误选择下拉选项框为“F”

The Wichita Falls Police Department is planning sterner measures to combat crime.

2. According to Hughes, one of the biggest ways of crime prevention is through environmental design.

3. The biggest site that police are approving fully is nextdoor.com.

4. The purpose of nextdoor.com is to help locals set up a real community.

5. If you use the nextdoor.com site, you have to pay for it.

答案是:

– Ok, I'll fix your computer right now.

– Oh, take your time. __________

I can't stand it.

I'm in no hurry.

That's a great idea. 

答案是:

– Brand was Jane's brother!

– he reminded me so much of Jane!

No doubt 

 Above all 

No wonder 

答案是:

 This plant can't be exposed ____________strong sunshine.

in 

to

by

答案是:

He asked his neighbor to ________  his house.

keep an eye on

keep their eyes on

keep their eyes open

答案是:

A dictionary may define genetics _________ simply “the science of the study of heredity”.

with

to

as

答案是:

二、英译汉(每题10分)

操作提示:通过题干后的下拉框选择题目的正确答案。

Parents are too busy to spend time teaching their kids right from wrong.

A.父母不会太忙,所以有时间教导孩子明辨是非。

B. 父母都太忙,没有时间教导孩子明辨是非。

C. 父母很忙,但是也抽时间教导孩子明辨是非。

2. Attend parenting classes, or join a local support group if you are having trouble understanding how to exercise discipline.

A.如果在理解如何管教孩子方面有困难,你可以参加父母课程或者当地的支持团体。

B.如果你在理解练习纪律方面有困难,可以参加父母课程学习或者加入当地的帮助团体。

C.如果在理解练习管教孩子方面有困难,参加父母课程学习或者加入当地的帮助团体是有用的。

3. As millions of people have access to the Internet, criminals look for potential victims online.

A.当成千上万的人们接受网络,犯罪分子就会寻找网上的潜在受害者。

B. 由于成千上网的人们具备了上网条件,犯罪分子就会悄悄地物色受害者。

C. 由于成百上千万的人们具备了上网条件,犯罪分子会在线物色潜在的受害者。

4. Use software that blocks out certain inappropriate websites in case you can't keep an eye anytime.

A.利用软件画出不良网站的轮廓,这样你就不用时时关注了。

B. 利用软件阻挡一些不良网站,以免有时你无暇照看。

C. 利用软件剔除不良网站避免不时浏览到。

5. When you are suspicious of the website, check it out before you pay any money.

A.当你怀疑的时候,你要检查支付的网站。

B. 当你觉得网站可疑,支付之前要严加核实。

C. 当你怀疑支付的金额时,要留意相关网站。

答案是:

- I'm sorry for breaking the cup.

- Oh, ____ . I've got plenty.

forget it

my pleasure 

help yourself 

答案是:

-We've worked for a long time, what about stopping a while to have a rest?

-_____________________.

I like it.

You are wonderful.

That's a good idea.

答案是:

 My suggestion is that Tom _____ to see a doctor at once. 

go

goes 

will go

答案是:

We have worries _____ we'll miss the best selling season of the skirts. 

which 

that 

why

答案是:

People wear _____ suits on formal occasions.

informal 

formal 

casual

答案是:

Without your help, I ______ obtained today's success. 

would not have

would have

will not have

答案是:

You'd better  listening to the teacher in the lesson.

pay attention to

paying attention to

paying attention on

答案是:

 ___________ was not very wise.

Telling her the truth

To tell her the truth

Tell her the truth

答案是:

It is in the afternoon _______ he got the bad news.

when

where

that

答案是:

 It is an open secret _____he is not a qualified manager. 

that 

which

what

答案是:

二、阅读理解:选择题(每题10分)

操作提示:通过题干后的下拉框选择题目的正确答案。

Importance of Learning of a Foreign Language

There are a number of reasons __   __. Learning another language is important for both work and travel. It is also important for making real connections with other people. Lastly, it can give you a greater understanding of your own language.

Learning a foreign language would __   __. If you work in a foreign country, it will benefit you immensely if you can speak its language because then you would be able to work with all different types of employees, and this will give long-term career success. 

Speaking a foreign language gives you __  __; it enables you to see how other people see the world around them. If you travel or work in a foreign country, think how much easier everything would be if you could speak the local language. It would be easier to find different places, ask for directions, and even order food.

Finally, if you speak a foreign language you will actually __  ___. Other languages open our minds to new ways of thinking. For example, Eskimos have more words to describe snow and ice as it is such an important part of their lives.

Language is __   ___. It is how we share our thoughts with the world. Without language, there would be no way to communicate and express ourselves. The more languages you know, the more ways you have to communicate and express yourself. This is why learning many languages should be important, and why one language simply won't do.

A. improve your own first language

B. definitely enhance your chances of getting a job

C. what makes us human

D. why you should learn a foreign language

E. understanding of a country's culture

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Smartphone makes it simple ________ us ________ take a photo. 

for…by

for…to

to…to

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Apple developed its iPad-based textbooks in ____________ with major textbook publishers.

form

link

conjunction

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But the Internet can bring some ________ effects, too. The most common one, some teenagers are addicted to computer games on the Internet. 

negative

positive

important

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No more having to buy expensive textbooks which you will only use for a year or two and then sell or _______ away. 

get

give

take

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We can certainly deliver high-quality education to many students at much ________ cost.

low

lowest

lower

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Free Massive Online Open Courses (MOOCs)

A class with hundreds or even thousands of students might sound like a teacher's worst nightmare. But a big idea in higher education these days is Massive Open Online Courses, or MOOCs.

Some universities offer free, non-credit MOOCs available to anyone in the world. Others charge for courses and provide credits. The idea is still developing. The Massachusetts Institute of Technology started its first MOOC in 2012. The school plans to offer many free, non-credit courses through a project called MITx. Many Chinese universities are beginning to offer free MOOCs now too.

Nowadays, MOOCs almost cover every topic, like computer science, technology, mechanics, engineering, languages, etc.

Generally speaking, there are no formal education requirements for these free online courses. Students watch short videos. Then, they take informal, ungraded quizzes after the videos each week for certain weeks. Quizzes are part of the lecture program to keep students engaged and keep them thinking, for students to be able to check that they understood what was covered. They can repeatedly watch the videos and take the quizzes whenever they want. Students receive homework. They can join online groups to exchange questions and answers about the courses. The teachers hold virtual office hours to answer questions that the students have posted. They also present their own questions and observations.

Some supporters claimed that there are things that we can do better in the online format. We can certainly deliver high-quality education to many students at much lower cost.

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1.   started its first MOOC in 2012.

A. The Massachusetts Institute of Technology

B. Harvard University

C. A Chinese university

2. Which is not true about the free online courses?

A. Students can watch short videos.

B. Students may ask the teachers some questions.

C. Students must take graded quizzes.

3. They can join online groups    .

A. to discuss the quizzes

B. to exchange questions and answers

C. to present their observations

4. The teachers hold    to answer questions that the students have posted.

A. virtual office hours

B. face-to-face meetings

C. regular seminars

5. What is the attitude of the writer to online courses?

A. neutral

B. negative

C. positive

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– The advancement of technology has boosted the pace of our lives, and requires us to learn something new every day.

–  I have chosen the online program at OU.

Because

Now that

That is the reason why

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– How long have you been graduated from your college?

– 

Yes, I've been graduated.

 I've been graduated for five years.

I graduated from my college last year.

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The advancement of technology has boosted the pace of our lives, and requires us to learn ___________ every day just to stay current in the workplace. 

something new

new something 

everything

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I have just finished the  in the online forum. 

discussion

assignment

examination

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 One big  of formal education is the high cost. 

advantage

disadvantage

practice

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Lifelong Learning & Distance Education

The term “lifelong learning” is very popular nowadays. It describes the need for people to continue their education and training throughout their lives. Lifelong learning is more and more important for everyone because people are now facing different career choices in changing economies. It is believed lifelong learning is a crucial response to the challenges of the global knowledge economy.

Currently, most universities have reacted to the era of lifelong learning by adding new programs and services for adults who seek to combine employment with part-time study. Special arrangements have been developed for these students but the core activity of the university, providing teaching to full-time young undergraduates, often goes on much as before.

Lifelong learning is both formal and non-formal; and the boundaries between face-to-face teaching and distance education are increasingly blurred.

By making learning possible anytime and anywhere, distance education is a powerful tool for supporting lifelong learning. Technology-based teaching is creating new educational systems that anyone from anywhere can access. The key challenge for universities is to evolve from a teacher-centered model of education to student-centered model. The challenge for governments is that they have to develop new funding approaches and new quality assessment procedures.

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  1. The term “lifelong learning” describes the need      for people to continue their education and training in a certain period of      their lives. 

  1. The challenges of the global knowledge economy      bring the needs for lifelong learning. 

  1. Lifelong learning is non-formal.

  1. The universities should make the classroom      student-centered.

  1. To develop a new quality assessment system is a      challenge for the government. 

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