A．A customs officer.
B．A police officer.
C．A car dealer.
D．A school teacher.
The sales department has to have an______knowledge of what customers want and how much they want to pay.
The government has to consider whether the destruction of one human life can be______by the hopes of saving others.
The Industrial Revolution marked a major turning point in humans relationship with their environment. It【C1】______changed every aspect of human life and lifestyles. The【C2】______on the worlds psyche would not【C3】______much attention till the early 1960s. From human development, health and life longevity to public health, energy usage and sanitation, the effects were【C4】______. It wasnt【C5】______the Industrial Revolution became an irresistible force overnight. It started in the mid-1700s in Great Britain when machinery began to replace manual labor. Fossil fuels replaced wind, water and wood, used【C6】______for the manufacture of textiles and the development of iron making processes. The full impact would not begin to be realized until about 100 years later in the 1800s,【C7】______the use of machines to replace human labor spread throughout Europe and North America. This transformation is【C8】______as the industrialization of the world. These processes【C9】______sweeping increases in production capacity and were to affect all basic human needs. Not only did society develop the【C10】______to have more things faster, but it would be able to develop better things. These industrialization processes continue today and are likely to be long-lasting.
According to Paragraph 4, Jim Rooney would like to______.
A．advise students not to take up STEM jobs
B．become a STEM professional himself
C．tell STEM professionals to learn more
D．see students get more help into STEM careers
A proper title for this passage might be______
A．Fear of Hard Work Steers Students Away from Science & Tech.
B．Possible Causes of Scarce STEM Jobs on the Labor Market.
C．Who Are Best Suited to Major in Science and Technology？
D．Careers as Doctors Will Be the Best Jobs in the Future.
Academic publishers try to yield higher profits by the following means EXCEPT______.
A．having students buy new editions
B．publishing a textbook series
C．discouraging the use of used textbooks
D．bullying small new publishers of textbooks
She said that she would invite me to dinner, but I wonder if she was kidding or______.