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      「差別最小的對偶詞」(minimal pair), 即 一對不同的字詞(word)中只有一個語音之別,其他的音都相同者   (名詞) 音異最小的字對。..
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27. Which of the following is an example of “minimal pair”?
(A) knife, kill
(B) rice, rise
(C) strong, stronger
(D) shirt, clothes
答案:B
難度:簡單
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艾游 國三下 (2012/06/27 15:50):
" 兩個單字如果只有一個音不同,其他音都相同,他們就是minimal pair 例如park.bark "..

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In a class, students first take part in a preliminary activity that introduces the topic (i.e., ordering food), the situation, and the script that will subsequently appear in a role play. Then the students work in pairs with food ordering. Assessment is primarily based on whether the intended meal is successfully ordered rather than on the accuracy of language forms. This is an example of __________.
(A) the audiolingual method
(B) the direct method
(C) task-based instruction
(D) form-based instruction
答案:C
難度:簡單
Which of the following is an example of a minimal pair?
(A) blend blond
(B) flow flock
(C) bride bridge
(D) tame mate
答案:A
難度:適中
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Kerry Hung 高三下 (2010/02/03 21:35):
「差別最小的對偶詞」(minimal pair), 即 一對不同的字詞(word)中只有一個語音之別,其他的音都相同者   (名詞) 音異最小的字對。所謂 "minimal pairs" 指的是英語中僅有一個音素 (phoneme) 不同的兩個單詞, 如 thick -- sick,..

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Emma Lin 小一下 (2010/06/27 22:15):

」(minimal pair), 「差別最小的對偶詞~即 一對不同的字詞(word)中只有一個語音之別,其他的音都相同者 made -- mad  eat -- it 等等


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Chen Lin 國三下 (2012/04/26 17:03):


= =" 有看没懂~

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Dex Shih 高二下 (2012/08/19 07:49):
minimal 最小的
The following questions are about foreign language teaching methods. Please choose the best answer for each of the questions.

【題組】60. Which of the following is an example of alternative assessment?
(A) A norm-referenced test.
(B) A product-oriented test.
(C) A test that is formative in nature.
(D) A standardized exam.
答案:C
難度:適中
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Passage B A bag of chips I bought recently in England had some bad news printed on the back. First, the chips had 14 g of fat. Worse, they had caused 75 g of carbon to be released into the atmosphere. The bag called my attention to my carbon footprint: those 75 g, added to the 2.3 million from the plane I took there and back, plus the total of all the carbon impacts—the emissions into the air that contribute to global warming—of everything else I do and buy. Footprints math uses life-cycle assessment, or LCA, which calculates the amount of carbon released over the entire life history of those chips, from planting the potatoes to tossing the empty bag into the trash. While our footprints are a significant measure we’ve all been getting used to, they do not tell the whole story. We don’t just trample the planet; we also sometimes leave a positive impression. A more encouraging way to conceptualize our impact is by our handprints, the sum total of all the reductions we make in our footprints. When she bought my plane tickets, my travel agent also paid for a carbon offset—planting trees in a deforested region—as a boost to my handprint. Handprints are the brainchild of Gregory Norris, a lecturer at the Harvard School of Public Health. Norris was dismayed to find that his Harvard students, after learning how to calculate LCAs, would say the planet would be better off if they had not been born. “LCA was bringing nothing but bad news,” says Norris, “telling us every person hurts the planet every day. Something was missing—that we can also benefit the planet. I needed to name these benefits to make them as tangible as footprints. Handprints was a natural choice.” Norris has set up a website, handprinter.org, which lets us calculate our handprint and pledge of confirm ways we intend to enlarge it, with a Facebook status update about the action. Bonus: if your friends make the same move (like boosting fuel efficiency by inflating tires to the correct pressure or saving paper by printing two-sided documents) because they learned it from you, your handprint increases too. The more people you recruit, the bigger your handprints. Handprints can also be grouped, and Norris envisions a day when families, schools and clubs, companies and cities—maybe even nations—could compete on the size of their handprints. Elke Weber, a cognitive scientist at Columbia University’s Business School and Earth Institute, says the handprint might remedy a major reason so few people move from awareness of global warming to ongoing action. When folks harp on the harm we do to the planet, we feel bad and want to do something to feel better—and then we tune out. But if we have a positive goal in mind that we can take small, manageable steps toward, we feel good—and are more likely to keep going. Step by step by hand.

【題組】49. According to the passage, which of the following is an example of “handprints”?
(A) Cutting down trees for firewood.
(B) Tossing plastic bags into trash cans.
(C) Calculating calories of your dinner.
(D) Printing your term paper double-sided.
答案:D
難度:適中
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