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Some of the universities became popular because of their modern approach to university
помогите составить вопросы по английскому (общий, специальный, альтернативный, разделительный,вопрос к подлежащему)
1)He smokes twenty cigsrettes a day
2)We ussually watch TV in the evening
Did some of the universities become popular because of their modern approach to university courses? (общий)
Why did some of the universities become popular? (специальный)
What became popular because of their modern approach to university courses? (к подлежащему)
Did some of the universities become popular because of their modern or traditional approach to university courses? (альтернативный)
Some of the universities became popular because of their modern approach to university courses, didn't they? (разделительный)
1.Does he smoke twenty cigarettes a day? - общий
2.How many cigarettes a day does he smoke? - специальный
3.Does he smoke twenty or twenty five cigarettes a day? - альтернативный
4.He smokes twenty cigarettes a day, doesn't he? - разделительный
5.Who smokes twenty cigarettes a day? - к подлежащему
1.Do you usually watch TV in the evening? - общий
2.When do you usually watch TV? специальный
3.Do you usually watch TV in the evening or in the morning? - альтернативный
4.You usually watch TV in the evening, don't you? - разделительный
5.Who usually watches TV in the evening? - к подлежащему
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Electronics and Microelectronics,
The evolution of electronic technology is sometimes called а revolution. There appeared smaller and smaller electronic components performing increasingly complex electronic functions. The first transistors had по striking advantage in size over the smallest electronic tubes and they were more costly. The one great advantage the transistor had over the best vacuum tubes was low power consumption. The first transistors could respond at а rate of а few million times а second. This speed was far below the needed ones for high-speed computers or for microwave communication systems. The effort was to reduce the size of transistors so they could operate at higher speed.
А microelectronic technology has shrunk transistors and other circuit elements to dimensions almost invisible to unaided eye. The point of this extraordinary miniaturization is to make circuits capable of performing electronic functions at extremely high speeds. The speed of response is known to depend primarily on the size of transistor: the smaller the transistor, the faster it is.
The performance benefit resulting from microelectronics stems directly from the reduction of distances between circuit components. To operate а few billion times а second, а circuit conductors must be measured in fractions of an inch. During the past decade the performance of electronic systems increased manifold by the use of larger numbers of components and they continue to evolve.
помогите составить вопросы из предложений 1 There is a small field next to the house.2 People will work in the garden in May.3They will live on the farm next summer.4Ann likes small flowers.5 He will come to this hill on Sunday to ski and to toboggan.
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1. I took that really famous film star to the airport last week
2.The kids love her, and she 's so good with them, very good-natured
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Wundt, like most early experimental psychologists, concentrated his investigations upon sensation and perception; of all psychic phenomena, sensation is the most obviously connected to the body and the physical world. For Wundt, sensations and our somatic sensory apparatus are especially important for the project of physiological psychology for the simple reason that sensations are the “contact points” between the physical and the psychological. Sensations, as the medium between the physical and psychic, are uniquely susceptible to a double-sided inquiry, viz. from the “external” physical side of stimulus, and the “internal” psychological side of corresponding mental representation. The Wundtian psychologist therefore controls the external, physiological side experimentally, in order to generate diverse internal representations that only can “appear” to the introspective observer. According to Wundt, the representations that constitute the contents of consciousness all have their elemental basis in sensations. Sensations are never given to us as elemental, however; we never apperceive them “purely,” but always already “connected” in the representation of a synthesized perception. Yet, the manifestly composite nature of our representations forces us to abstract such elementary components. Pure sensations, according to Wundt, display three differentiae: quality, intensity, and “feeling-tone”.
His treatment of quality and intensity are especially important for getting a clearer notion of his notion of psychological experimentation. It is a “fact of inner experience” that “every sensation possesses a certain intensity with respect to which it may be compared to other sensations, especially those of similar quality”. The outer sensory stimuli may be measured by physical methods, whereas psychology is given the corresponding “task of determining to what degree our immediate estimation [of the strength of sensory stimuli] that we make aided by our sensations—to what degree this estimation corresponds to or deviates from the stimuli's real strength” There are two possible tasks for psychophysical measurement of sense-stimuli: the “determination of limit-values between which stimulus-changes are accompanied by changes in sensation;” and “the investigation of the lawful relations between stimulus-change and change in sensation”. Sensation can thus be measured with respect to changes in intensity corresponding to changes in strength of stimuli.
Weber's Law (WL) is the most striking example of such a relation, and Wundt's interpretation of WL sheds much light on what he means by “physiological psychology.” Wundt writes:
We can formulate [this law] as follows: A difference between any two stimuli is estimated [geschätzt] to be equal if the relationship between the stimuli is equal.
1. There is a small field next to the house
Is there any field next to the house?
2. People will work in the garden in May
Will people work in the garden in May?
Who will work in the garden in May?
People will work in the garden in May, won't they?
3. They will live on the farm next summer.
who will live on the farm next summer?
they will live on the farm next summer, won't they?
will they live on the farm next summer?
Where will they live next summer?
Will they live on the farm next summer or next autumn?
4. Ann likes small flowers.
Who likes small flowers?
Does Ann like small flowers?
What does Ann like?
Ann likes small flowers, does she?
Does Ann like small or big slowers?
5 He will come to this hill on Sunday to ski and to toboggan.
He will come to this hill on Sunday to ski and to toboggan, won't he?
Who will come to this hill on Sunday to ski and to toboggan?
When will he come to this hill to ski and to toboggan?