1.Microwave ovens are generally more costlier than common ovens. _______
  2. It is possible that some old paintings were once bright and more _______
  colorful than they are now.
  3. There are few electronic applications likely to raise fears regarding _______
  future employment opportunities than robots.
  4. Most wine from Switzerland is more inferior to wine from France. ______
  5. By opening vast areas of un occupied land for residential expansion,
  the ominibuses, house railways, commuter trains, and electric trolleys
  pulled settled regions outward two to four times as distant from city
  centers than they were in the premodern area. _________

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      1.Most of the dollar differences stem from fact that women _____1_____
  tend to be more frequently employed and have more years
  on the job.
  2.Education has acquired a kind of snob value in modern time. ____2_____
  We are no longer content to be honest craftamen, skilled at
  our work through year of patient practice. ______3_____
  3.Aristotle felt that this is self-evident pricinple that everything _____4_____
  in the universe has their proper place. ____5___
  4.It is probably not a coincidence that most flocks begin
  their migratory flights at the night _____6____
  5.The history of British anti-slavery can be devided into a number
  of phaes. The first of this stretched from 1787 to 1807 and was ____7____
  directed against the slave trade.
  6.With collections expanding, with the needs and funtions of
  museums changing, empty space has become very precious ____8____
  commodity.
  7.You may have noticed how people who live or work closely
  together come to behave in a similar way. Unconsciously
  we copy these we are close to or love or admire. ____9___
  8. If indeed silence is golden, it is also becoming as rare as
  gold. It seems that the progresses of man includes a rising ___10___
  volume of noise.
  9. Noise pollution is the new side effect of our technological
  age. Day or night, the sound of the work fills the air. ____11___

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 1.Most of the dollar differences stem from fact that women _____1_____
  tend to be more frequently employed and have more years on the job.
  2.Education has acquired a kind of snob value in modern time. ____2_____
  We are no longer content to be honest craftamen, skilled at our work through year of patient practice. ______3_____
  3.Aristotle felt that this is self-evident pricinple that everything _____4_____
  in the universe has their proper place. ____5___
  4.It is probably not a coincidence that most flocks begin
  their migratory flights at the night _____6____
  5.The history of British anti-slavery can be devided into a number
  of phaes. The first of this stretched from 1787 to 1807 and was ____7____
  directed against the slave trade.
  6.With collections expanding, with the needs and funtions of
  museums changing, empty space has become very precious ____8____ commodity.
  7.You may have noticed how people who live or work closely together come to behave in a similar way. Unconsciously
  we copy these we are close to or love or admire. ____9___
  8. If indeed silence is golden, it is also becoming as rare as gold. It seems that the progresses of man includes a rising ___10___
  volume of noise.
  9. Noise pollution is the new side effect of our technological age. Day or night, the sound of the work fills the air. ____11___

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  Directions: This part consists of one passage. In each passage there are altogether 10 mistakes, one in each numbered line. You may have to change word, add a word or delete(删去) a word. If you change a word, cross it out and write correct word in the corresponding blank. If you add a word, put an insertion mark (∧) in the right place and write the missing word in the blank. If you delete a word, cross it out and put a slash (/) in the blank.
  TELEVISION NETWORK.

  One of the three major commercial networks, CBS were organized 1. ____
  in l928 which its founder, William Paley, acquired 2. ____
  ownership of a group of radio stations. As the
  Columbia Broadcasting System expanded its operations,
  soon become the largest radio network in the 3. ____
  United States, it precociously recognized the potential
  for the rapidly evolved television broadcasting 4. ____
  technology. On July 13th, 1931, it began experimentally 5. ____
  television broadcasting in New York, and ten years later
  began regular black and white week broadcasts over 6. ____
  its WCBW TV station in the same city, that became 7. _ __
  WCBS TV in November 1946. With Television City
  in Hollywood, CBS launched the industry’s first full
  scale production studio.
  Today CBS owns television stations, radio stations,
  and home video production and distribution interests.
  The CBS \ Broadcasting Group composed of six 8. ____
  divisions : television network, entertainment, sports,
  news, local television stations, and radio.
  For most of commercial television history, CBS
  has been the leader in prime-time ratings, having the
  highest-rated shows in almost every year from the
  mid 1950s through the mid 1980s. During the late
  1980s, however, CBS lost its top position from NBC. 9. ____
  CBS has traditionally been strong in the TV
  news area. The network began the first regular TV news
  program in l948 with Douglas Edwards as anchor,
  Journalism legends such as Edward R. Murrow and
  Walter Cronkite gave CBS its reputation as quality 10. ____
  news broadcaster.
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2012年6月英语六级改错专项训练(1)

Error Correction (15 minutes)

  The key to being a winner is to have desire and a goal from which you refuse to be deterred (被吓住).
That desire fuels your dreams and the special goal keeps you focusing. --71.
Deeply down we all have a hope that our --72.
destiny is not to be average and prosaic.
Everyone talks about a good game, but the winner goes out and do something.
To win, there has to be movement --73.
and physical action. Attitudes and persistence can help us become who we want to be. --74.
Competition is the best motivator. Because --75.
many people use competition as an excuse for not doing something, those who really want to success --76.
see competition as an opportunity, and they’re willing to do the tough work necessarily to win. --77.
Learn to deal with fear. Fear is the greatest deterrent to taking risk. People worry so much --78.
about failing that their fear paralyzes them, drained the energy they might otherwise be using to --79.
grow. You can cultivate self-respect by developing a commitment to your own talents.
It may be necessary to do the thing you fear the most in order to put that fear in rest,
so that it can no --80.
longer control you.

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