C. They pretend to be good pilots. D. They are quick learners of CRM.
57.The author deepened his understanding of the power of CRM when_______.
A. he saved the plane by speaking up B. he was in charge of a flying task
C. his boss landed the plane too late D. his boss operated on a patient
58.In the last paragraph” landing gear up” probably means ______.
A. following flying requirements. B. overreacting to different opinions.
C. listening to what fellow doctors say D. making a mistake that may cost lives
59.Which of the following can be the best title for the text?
A.CRM:A New Way to Make Flying Safe B. Flying Makes Me a Better Doctor
C. The Making of a Good Pilot D.A Pilot-Turned Doctor
In 1947 a group of famous people from the art world headed by an Austrian conductor decided to hold an international festival of music, dance and theatre in Edinburgh. The idea was to reunite Europe after the Second World War.
At the same time, the “Fringe” appeared as a challenge to the official festival. Eight theatre groups turned up uninvited in 1947,in the belief that everyone should have the right to perform, and they did so in a public house disused for years.
Soon, groups of students firstly from Edinburgh University, and later from the universities of Oxford and Cambridge, Durham and Birmingham were making the journey to the Scottish capital each summer to perform theatre by little-known writers of plays in small church halls to the people of Edinburgh.
Today the “Fringe”, once less recognized, has far outgrown the festival with around 1,500 performances of theatre, music and dance on every one of the 21 days it lasts. And years early as 1959, with only 19 theatre groups performing, some said it was getting too big.
A paid administrator was first employed only in 1971, and today there are eight administrators working all year round and the number rises to 150 during August itself. In 2004 there were 200 places housing 1,695 shows by over 600 different groups from 50 different countries. More than 1.25 million tickets were sold.
60. What was the purpose of Edinburgh Festival at the beginning?
A. To bring Europe together again. B. To honor heroes of World War 11.
C. To introduce young theatre groups. D. To attract great artists from Europe.
61. Why did some uninvited theatre groups come to Edinburgh in 1947?
A. They owned a public house there. B. They came to take up a challenge.
C. They thought they were also famous. D. They wanted to take part in the festival.
62. Who joined the "Fringe" after it appeared?
A. They owned a public house there B. University students.
C. Artists from around the world. D. Performers of music and dance.
63. We may learn from the text that Edinburgh Festival.
A. has become a non-official event B. has gone beyond an art festival
C. gives shows all year round D. keeps growing rapidly
Given that many people's moods (情绪)are regulated by the chemical action of chocolate, it was probably only a matter of time before somebody made the chocolate shop similar to a drugstore of Chinese medicine. Looking like a setting from the film Charlie &the Chocolate Factory, Singapore's Chocolate Research Facility (CRF) has over 100 varieties of chocolates. its founder is Chris Lee who grew up at his parents' comer store with one hand almost always in the jar of sweets.
If the CRF seems to be a smart idea, that's because Lee is not merely a seasoned salesperson but also head of a marketing department that has business relations with big names such as Levi's and Sony. That idea surely results in the imagination at work when it comes to making different flavored(味道)chocolates.
The CRF's produce is "green". made within the country and divided into 10 lines, with the Alcohol Series being the most popular. The Exotic Series一with Sichuan pepper, red bean (豆).cheese and other flavors一also does well and is fun to taste. And for chocolate snobs, who think that they have a better knowledge of chocolate than others, the Connoisseur Series uses cocoa beans from Togo, Cuba, Venezuela , and Ghana, among others.
64. What is good about chocolate?
A. It serves as a suitable gift. B. It works as an effective medicine.
C. It helps improve the state of mind. D. It strengthens business relations.
65. Why is Chris Lee able to develop his idea of the CRF?
A. He knows the importance of research. B. He learns form shops of similar types.
C. He has the support of many big names D. He has a lot of marketing experience.
66. Which line of the CRF produce sells best?
A. The Connoisseur Series. B. The Exotic Series.
C. The Alcohol Series. D. The Sichuan Series.
67. The words "chocolate snobs" in Paragraph 3 probably refer to people who
A. are particular about chocolate B. know little about cocoa beans
C. look down upon others D. like to try new flavors
Low-Cost Gifts for Mother's Day
Offer to be your mother's health friend. Promise to be there for any and all doctor's visits
whether a disease or a regular medical check-up. Most mothers always say "no need," another set of eyes and ears is always a good idea at a doctor's visit. The best part ? This one is free.
Gift No. 2
Help your mother organize all of her medical records, which include the test results and medical information. Put them all in one place. Be sure to make a list of all of her medicines and what times she takes them. "Having all this information in one place could end up saving your mother's life," Dr. Marie Savard said.
Gift No. 3
Enough sleep is connected to general health conditions. "Buy your mother cotton sheets and comfortable pillows to encourage better sleep," Savard said. "We know that good sleep is very important to our health."
Gift No. 4
Some gift companies such as Presents for Purpose allow you to pay it forward this Mother's Day by picking gifts in which 10 percent of the price you pay goes to a charity (慈善机构)
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