Nowadays more and more people keep learning new skills to adapt to a fast-changing world.you can make comments,use examples,or use your personal experiences to develop your essay.
It is a truth universally acknowledged that we are living in a constantly changing world. What seemed absolutely right yesterday may prove wrong today. Therefore, it is essential for everyone to keep learning new skills, so they can keep up with the pace of modern world.
This mentality counts in almost every stage of our life.First, when a student keeps learning new skills, he/she always asks for more and desires to explore the unknown world. Therefore, there is an excellent chance that he/she stands out in peer groups. Second, in the workplace,office workers with such attitude generally finish his/her tasks in a higher quality, and they are more likely to climb up the ladder more quickly than their colleagues who content themselves with the skills they already have.Besides, in our daily life, people who keep learning new skills are more positive, and everyone around them must be fond of making friends with them.
In all, we must keep learning new skills so as to adapt to the fast-changing world. On the one hand, we should make friends more with people who have such attitude,and let their positive energy influence us.On the other, we should bear in mind that what remains unchanged is change itself, so we should never stop learning new skills.
1 A He is a staff writer.
2 B They are curious and autonomous.
3 C He gives them encouragement.
4 A Her tastes in books changed.
5 D She is a successful entrepreneur.
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6 D They were mostly failures.
7 C She could not found clothes of her size.
8 D Expand her business.
9 A Utilizing artificial intelligence to find apowerful new antibiotic.
10 B Bacterias resistance to antibiotics.
11 B Predict whether compounds are toxic.
12 C By observation.
13 C They are groundless.
14 A Most by chance
16 A They dont treat patients with duerespect.
17 D Note down the names of all the doctors and nurses.
18 C Passive.
19 C Its members stay in touch even after it breaks up.
20 B Their similarity is conducive to future collaboration.
21 D It is connected by a unique mechanism.
22 C Living off a small proportion of onesincome.
23 D It enables them to focus on long-term investments.
24 C They think they themselves are to blame.
25 B They do not try to keep up with others.
26. A aesthetically
28. K principally
29. H natural
30. J previous
31. G legitimate
32. L remedy
33. I offspring
34. E flocked
35. F incorporates
36.E Some children on the remote islands wont eat their meals because they are fed cheap junk high on the river islands
37. B Unlike other parts of Bangladesh, the number of women who die from giving birth remains even with discounts offered.
38.J One big problem many islanders have is that they cant afford the prescribed medicines organizations.
39.B TD is a virtual medical service financially supported by one of the nations nonprofit
40.K TD doctors are welcome to the islanders bccause thev treat the sick with respect and patience.
41.F Women islanders tend to have health problems carly partly because they get married and give birth early.
42. C doctors make weekly visits to the remote islands to provide services at a temporary medical center.
43. D TD doctors provide the islanders with online diagnoses and treatments for common diseases.
44.A The residents of the river islands have to keep moving their homes because of floods and land erosions.
45.H Women islanders usually rely on their husbands to get some medicines for them without diagnoses and prescriptions.
46 B)They have been doing well in ensuring their students a successful future
47 A) It has contributed substantially to the nations overall development.
48 C)They would have added to many students financial burden.
49 D) Their liberal arts education enables graduates to excel in whatever field they are in.
50 B)All students can benefit from a diversified student population
51 A)People seldom appeal to rationality in their thinking.
52 D) It is something subjective based on what one perceives to be right.
53 A) It may lead to incorrect judgment.
54 C)Establish socially shared cognition via scientific methods
55 D)Collaborative efforts can overcome individualslimitations in scientific inquiry
The Nanjing Yangtze River Bridge is the first rail-road bridge across the Yantze River which was designed by China and constructed with China-made materials. The upper deck is a 4,589 metre-long four-lane road bridge, and the lower deck a 6,772 metre-long double-rail one which joins the original Tianjin-Pukou and Shanghai-Nanjing railway lines, shorten-ing the traveling time across the river from 1.5 hours to 2 minutes. The bridge is not only a significant north-south traffic hub but also a famous scenic spot in Nanjing. The bridge marks a huge progress in Chinas bridge construc-tion,greatly facilitating the exchanges of both goods and people on both sides of the Yangtze River and playing a major role in the development of economy and the improve-ment of peoples living condition.
To write an essay that begins with the sentence
"nowadays more and more people choose to live an environmentally friendly lifestyle."
Nowadays more and more people choose to live an environ-mentally friendly lifestyle. They tend to produce less rubbish in their daily life and try to recycle anything that can be reused. Some even become enthusiasts and encourage more people around them to change their lifestyles into the more environ-mentally friendly ones.
Simon, one of my best friends, is a typical youngster who lives an environmentally friendly lifestyle. He tries not to buy prod-ucts during the manufacture of which much pollution may be caused. After using up the goods he bought, he would always reuse the packages of the goods for other purposes. He also tries to reduce the pollution from human-made machines. No matter in very hot summer or in freezing cold winter, he never uses air conditioners. He believes that it does us good to stay in a natural environment and reducing the use of air condition-ers can save more electricity as well.
As peoples awareness of protecting and guarding the earth becomes stronger,an increasing number of people from differ-ent fields will join to live sustainably and eventually make the world a more worthy place to live.
26. G correlation
28. H facinated
29. A adversely
30 N signify
31. C boOst
32. M recurrent
33. D cognitive
35. E compassion
36.F Climate change has wrought havoc on the lives oftens of thousands of people
37.BI took scientists a long time to realise that the function of forests goes far beyond providing humans with timber.
38.H There is abundant evidence that we are now facing a possible ecological disaster.
39.D Environmental science became academie disciplines only some sixty years ago
40.K Things cannot change overnight, but reducing the consumption of natural resources will help solve the ecological crisis.
41.C Human perception of forests has undergone a tremendous change in the past years.
42.G Recent history shows reduction of pollution once seemingly impossible, can actually be accomplished
43.A People began to consider preserving natural resourees when they feared they would have nothing to use in the future.
44.J If we doubt our ability to reverse ecological deterioration, we are throwing away the chance to take action.
45.E How to respond effectively to climate change has become the focus of international diplomacy
46 B) It would be detrimental to music production
47 A) Al technology is conducive to music composition.
48 A) Music produced with Al technology lacks humanness.
49 D) It is human specific.
50 B) It has the prospect of becoming the norm in the future.
51 B) It is a necessary means to improve their understanding of Scientific issues.
52 C) Turn to a specialist for professional help.
53 D) The publics understanding of science is much better than some have claimed.
54 C) A learned scholar is not necessarily a qualified science communicator.
55 D) Develop communication skills.
Built in 1192 and rebuilt in 1698, the Lugou Bridge, which is located 15 kilometres south west of the Tiananmen Square across the Yongding River,is the most ancient bridge with multiple arches in Beijing. The bridge is sus-tained by 281 pillars, each of which has a stone lion on the end and more stone lions hiding on its head, back, abdomen or claws.These stone lions are so lifelike with various pos-tures that they are well accepted as fine works of art in stone carving. As there are too many stone lions on the bridge,a saying in Beijing goes,"The lions on the Lugou Bridge are beyond peoples count."" The bridge is not only well-known for its aesthetic features but also well recog-nized as a monument in the architectural history of stone bridges.
more and more people take the delight to helping the needy
Currently in our society, it is quite prevalent for citizens to give a hand to those who are in need of help.Apart from this trend, what encourages people is that people in growing numbers find it delighted to help the needy. The reasons, from my per-spective, can be listed as follows.
The first motivation behind this trend lies in the growing abili-ty of average people to help others. Unlike those in the early 21st century, people in current society are equipped with knowledge,skills, and even economic strength to provide more assistance to help the needy. What is more, this trend is largely associated with the sense of satisfaction of the public. When offering help on time, those who lend a hand realize their own value and thus part of the meaning of their life, which further strengthens similar behaviors in their daily life. The last factor is about positive energy in the mass media.In China,a country with traditional virtues of helping the disadvantaged, matters of the help among common people are great ingredients for the publicity of both tradition virtues and modern values.
For me, it is much delighted to see that the public are more likely to lend a hand to others voluntarily.With peoples growing ability, the sense of satisfaction, and the spread of good deeds in the mass media, this trend will inevitably become a norm in our society.
The Zhaozhou Bridge, which was built in the Sui Dynasty around 605 AD, is 50.82 metres long and 9.6 metres wide with a span of 37.37 metres.Li Chun,a genius architect, de-signed and supervised its construction. The bridge boasts a novel structure and a graceful appearance, with a major arch in the middle and two minor ones on its ends which help discharge floods, reduce the weight of the bridge and save stones. Since the completion, the bridge has withstood floods and earthquakes, but remains intact in its main struc-ture and stil available in use. The Zhaozhou Bridge is a pio-neering undertaking in the world history of bridge construc-tion and a masterpiece of the Chinese ancient civilization for the simple reason that its similar bridge did not appear in Europe until the 14th century,700 years later than the Zhaozhou Bridge.