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43 Fashion has always been demonized by moralists, and often represented as a threat to pre-existing models of decorum, gender definitions, and the boundaries between them.
(A) Fashion, viewed by moralists as a social evil, is believed to represent pre-existing behavior models and gender roles in the society.
(B) Fashion is a threat to established models of good manners and gender roles which have long been criticized by moralists.
(C) Moralists have always criticized fashion for its potential to destroy new decorum models and gender roles.
(D) Moralists have long viewed fashion as an evil that threatens good behavior and clearly-defined gender roles in the society.
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答案:D
難度:適中
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Barista Kan 小一上 (2014/02/10 00:44)
時尚始終被道德主義者妖魔化,並且往往被視為既存禮儀規範、性別定義的威脅者以及前述兩者之分界線。
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Ingrid Sakaki 國三下 (2014/04/10 22:14)
moralists - 道學家decorum - 禮儀
boundary - 邊界
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Cassidy Tung 高二上 (2015/02/03 15:21)

Fashion has always been demonized by moralists, and often represented as a threat to pre-existing models of decorum, gender definitions, and the boundaries between them. 

時尚總是被道德學家妖魔化,且經常對既有存在的禮儀規範,性別定義描繪成威脅,還有前面所說的它們之間的分界線。


represent as 在這裡是把....描繪成 之意



80.Section
(C)
(D)irections: Read the following text and choose the most suitable heading from
(A)-F for each paragraph. There is on e extra heading which you do not need.
(A). Features of college dictionaries
(B).
(A)ccessing dictionaries electronically
(C).
(E)lements under a word item
(D).
(C)omplete editions of dictionaries
(E). Using dictionaries for particular fields F. Varieties of college dictionaries You’re probably most familiar with college dictionaries, often called abridged dictionaries.
(A)lthough abridged meansshortened”, these dictionaries contain more than 150.000 entries and provide detailed definitions that are sufficient for most college students and general users.
(C)ollege dictionaries also contain separate lists of abbreviations.
(B)iographical and geographical names, foreign words and phrases.
(A)nd tables of measures. Webster’s Ⅱ New Riverside University
(D)ictionary and the
(A)merican Heritage
(D)ictionary of the
(E)nglish Language are college dictionaries.
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答案:A
難度:非常困難
81. unabridged dictionaries contain as many as 500,000 entries and provide detailed definitions and extensive word historiesetymologies). These dictionaries, possibly in several volumes and mostly found in libraries, are excellent sources for scholarly inquiries. Unabridged dictionaries include the Oxford
(E)nglish
(D)ictionary and the Random House
(D)ictionary of the
(E)nglish Language.
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答案:D
難度:非常困難
82.
(A) dictionary entry has many elements: multiple definitions, syllabication, preferred spelling and pronunciationsome word have more than one acceptable spelling and pronunciation), and part-of-speech labels. Some entries also include plurals and capitalized forms. Synonyms, antonyms, and derivatives.
(A)mericanisms and etymologies may be provide along with usage notes, cross-references, and idioms.
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答案:C
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C This was no ordinary class. The students who came together were all science or engineering professors at Cornell University. They had interrupted their research to accept an invitation to take part in an unusual experiment: “an interesting week of poetry.” This class was part of a study to answer the questions: Why is science difficult for many nonscience students? What can teachers learn about teaching if they take a class that is not in their field? The students in the poetry class listened to lectures and took notes. They had reading tasks and had to write three short papers. All students noticed one thing – the importance of spoken words. In science and engineering classes, the instructors put tables and drawings on the blackboard But in this poetry class, the instructors just talked They didn’t write anything on the board. The scientists and engineers noticed one similarity between science and poetry. In both subjects, students need to find layers (层次) of meaning . Some layers are simple, clean, and on the surface; other layers are deeper and more difficult. This search for different levels of meaning doesn’t happen much in undergraduate(本科) science classes, but it is important later, in graduate school. And it is always important in humanities(人文科学). Both the poetry instructors and their students learned something about teaching from this experience. One poetry instructor, for example, now sees the importance of using informative as he teaches. Most of the scientists agreed on several points. First, humanities classes might help science students to see patterns and decide which information is important. Second, the poetry class was fun. One engineer decided, “We need to change the way we teach engineering to make to make it an enjoyable experience for students.” But perhaps the most important result of the experience was this; All of the professors began to think about how they teach and how they cam teach better.
【題組】52. What did the science professors learn after the experiment?
(A)They should change the way they teach
(B)A poem could be explained in clear definitions.
(C)A poetry class could be more informative.
(D)Their teaching was an enjoyable experience.
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答案:C
難度:適中