Manhattan 题集

其中第一套共包含SC题目 90 题。


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1 The spending on durable goods like household appliances and automobiles is a cyclical pattern that depends on if the overall economy is healthy, whereas non-durable goods like food and shelter remain constant regardless of the economy.
2 According to anthropologists, the use of human language covers a wide spectrum from practical communication between people engaged in the same task to establishing hierarchy within a social group.
3 According to a recent study, hand sanitizers require a 60 percent minimum alcohol concentration for the killing of most harmful bacteria and viruses.
4 Martin Luther King Jr. won the Nobel Peace Prize, the Presidential Medal of Freedom, and was the most famous leader of the American civil rights movement.
5 Born and raised in Groningen, Netherlands, the life of Daniel Bernoulli, one of the greatest mathematicians of the 18th century and the father of modern hydrodynamics, was dedicated to pioneering work in astronomy and also mathematical physics.
6 The capital gains tax, levied against profits earned on investments, have been being the subject of recent political debate.
7 Since the mid-1990s, the central government of Botswana has been forcibly removing native Bushmen from the Central Kalahari Game Reserve; the government justifies their actions by stating that it is too costly to provide such basic services like medical care and schooling to such a remote area.
8 According to the Federal Trade Commission, the recent increase in the amount of irrigation systems sold by foreign conglomerates in the United States has resulted in more expensive prices for the American consumer.
9 In preparation for the cold winter months, during the summer, it was the usual custom for prehistoric people to gather and preserve, with smoke or by salting it, as much meat as they could.
10 Parents are concerned not only with finding good schools for their children, but they have to know what makes one better than another.
11 If the new department store would open by Thanksgiving, it will be attracting many holiday shoppers.
12 Elderly patients, many who take expensive brand-name medications daily, could reduce their medical costs by switching to generic drugs and making lifestyle changes.
13 Irish poet Seamus Heaney has won a number of prizes for his work, including the Nobel Prize in Literature and two Whitbread Book of the Year awards.
14 The eighteenth-century Italian soprano Francesca Cuzzoni was known for her exceptional voice, extravagant lifestyle, and for her rivaling Faustina Bordoni bitterly.
15 The university science library, as most libraries, prohibits students to borrow rare, expensive, or popular reference materials; such materials are designated for use in the library only.
16 The art of Michelangelo, the inventions of Edison, and Shakespeare's plays all represent great achievements in human history.
17 Despite their numerous attempts to do so, scientists have not been able to sustain a controlled nuclear fusion reaction.
18 Art experts have attributed the enduring intrigue of Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa to everything from having an enigmatic smile, which was never explained, to her association with the rich and powerful families of Europe.
19 Jack Nicklaus, who solidified his legendary status with an improbable victory at the famed Augusta National Golf Club in 1986, and Tiger Woods are widely regarded as two of the best golfers in the history of the sport.
20 Hoping to alleviate some of the financial burdens of a growing population, property taxes last year were raised by an eleven percent increase by the county government.