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改错大集合2006-05-09 17:06:00

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It is a task which can be attempted in various of ways, some of which are 1._____

  more appropriate than others. When the material to be learned is 2._____

  a brief and simple kind which is familiar with the person and of intense 3._____

  interest to him, effective learning usually proceeds automatically.

  In the first place, the person at once relates the material to other

  material which has already securely learned. Subsequently, the relevance 4._____

  of the newly learned material to his interests assures its being 5.______

  recalled on many occasions; and one repetition minimizes 6.______

  the likelihood of remembering. Furthermore, the subsequent use 7.______

  of the new material is likely to take place in a variety of contexts

  and, so, the material becomes related to a narrower range of other material. 8.___

  Because of all this, the material is rapidly learned, long retained,

  and recalled with increasingly readiness in a variety of 9._____

  contexts. Without really trying, the person had fulfilled a 10._____

  few important conditions of effective learning.


  1.第一个 of 去掉

  2. is 后加 of

  3. with 改为to

  4. has改为 is 或者在has后加been

  5. assures 改为 ensures

  6. one 改为this / the

  7. remembering改为 forgetting

  8. narrower 改为 wider

  9. increasingly改为 increasing

10. had 改为 has

 

 

When initially introducing into the market, the process 1._____
  of adoption is slow. The early models are expensive and

  hard to use, and perhaps even unsafe. The economic

  impact is relatively great. 2. _____

  The second phase is the explosive one, where the innovation

  was rapidly adopted by a large number of people. It gets 3. _____

  cheaper and easier to use and becomes something familiar.

  And then in the third stage, diffusion of the innovation

  slows down again, as if it permeates out across the economy. 4. _____

  During the explosive phase, whole new industries spring

  up to produce the new product or innovation, and to service

  it. For example, during the 1920s, there was dramatic 5. _____

  acceleration in auto production, from 1.9 million in 1920

  to 4.5 million in 1929. This boom was accompanied with all 6. _____

  sorts of other essential activities necessary for an

  auto-based nation: Roads had to been built for the cars to 7. _____

  run on; refineries and oil wells, to provide the gasoline;

  and garages, to repair it. 8. _____

  Historically, the same pattern is repeated again and again

  with innovations. The construction of the electrical system

  requested an enormous early investment in generation and 9. _____

  distribution capacity. The introduction of the radio was

  followed by a buying spree (无节制的狂热行为) by Americans

  what quickly brought radios into almost half of all households 10. _____

  by 1930, up from nearly none in 1924.


  1. introducing introduced;

  2. great small;

  3. was is;

  4. as 后面的 if 去掉;

  5. was 后面加a;

  6. with by;

  7. been be;

  8. it them;

  9. requested required;

  10. what that.

 

 

 

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