6.People are saving Word documents, spreadsheets and photos in “the cloud”, a Web-based file cabinet ____ from any device with an Internet
(A) extricable (B) exchangeable (C) accessible (D) retrievable
14.A(n) _______ is a person whose continued or excessive drinking results in impairment of personal health, disruption of family and social
relationships, and loss of economic security.
(A) workaholic (B) shopaholic (C) alcoholic (D) chocoholic
15.Persons with _____ may have difficulty remembering, recognizing, and/or reversing written letters, numbers, and words, might read backwards,
and have poor handwriting.
(A) dyslexia (B) insomnia (C) diabetes (D) diarrhea
16.By picking on someone who is weak, shy, or insecure, _______ show that they are in control, and can actually draw the approval of more popular
peers who dislike the victim.
(A) leaders (B) cheaters (C) protestors (D) bullies
17.Children use language for a range of purposes. They have to learn to develop different ______, different forms of language that accomplish their
purposes in different contexts.
(A) tones (B) sounds (C) registers (D) homonyms
20.The teacher put all the students of similar reading ability in the same group for her teaching. She is using ___________ grouping to teach her
(A) homogeneous (B) homocentric (C) heterogeneous (D) heteroclite
21.Using the technique of _______, including displaying visual aids, modeling, and activating students’ prior knowledge, may help students to
understand new information and ideas.
(A) lecturing (B) scaffolding (C) gaming (D) salvaging
22.Positive support and encouragement by both parents and teachers are the keys to developing a happy and successful student. In other words,
parents and teachers are _______ in a child’s education.
(A) rivals (B) foes (C) allies (D) colleagues
26.Extrinsic Motivation can be contrasted _____ Intrinsic Motivation, a highly desired form of incentive that stems from a person's internal desire
for self-satisfaction or pleasure in performing the task itself.
(A) in (B) with (C) on (D) from
33.The problem was not as bad as what he described. He was ________________.
(A) making a mountain out of a molehill
(B) biting off more than he could chew
(C) beating around the bush
(D) crossing his fingers
35.Mary and John are always fighting. Although they blame each other for starting the fights, actually _______________.
(A) it is a small world after all
(B) it takes two to tango
(C) you can’t judge a book by its cover
(D) your guess is as good as mine