Analysis of the real questions and answers of the recruitment examinations for public institutions in Wulanchabu in 2018 [Finishing version]
The single-choice question is negative and reactive, but blindly knows what to do.
2: Business Ethics Investigator: The XYZ Coin Exchange has always misled its customers to say that some of its coins are rare, in fact those coins are relatively common and easy to obtain. XYZ Coin Exchange: This is ridiculous. XYZ Coin Exchange is one of the world's largest coin exchanges. We sell coins that are certified by an internationally certified company and have a license to distribute coins. The answer from the XYZ coin exchange is very unconvincing, because it ... Which of the following is the most appropriate successor to the above? ().
The multiple-choice question deliberately exaggerated the business ethics investigator's statement, making it unreliable. The business ethics investigator was biased, but he could not provide sufficient evidence to prove that his accusations failed to prove that other coin exchanges could not identify them. Of coins listed the advantages of the XYZ coin exchange, but did not answer questions from business ethics investigators
3: The sign of the birth of scientific communism is ().
Single-choice question British workers enact People's Charter
Communist Communications Commission establishes communist alliance, establishes Communist Manifesto, issuance
4: Confucius said "Fifty knows destiny", Zhu Xi notes: "Destiny, that is, the endowment of heaven, is given to food. Of course, it is also the reason. Knowing this is extremely sophisticated, but it is not confusing and indecision." Zhu Xi speaks of destiny from heaven, and from a human perspective, after knowing the destiny of life, he knows the limitations of his life, knowing what can be done and not doing it right, because this kind of "knowledge" not only produces The profound changes in self-will behavior have also formed a great transformation in the relationship between the self and the world. The text is intended to:
Single choice question interprets "knowing destiny" from a human perspective
Explain that "knowing destiny" means being able to control the self-will argument. "Knowing destiny" requires a certain life experience to distinguish different knowledge of "knowing destiny".
5: In 1996, brain science researchers in Parma, Italy discovered that a special type of cell called a mirror neuron exists in the monkey's brain. Let the monkey see or hear an action, and when it does the action itself, the cells get excited. Later research proved it. Such mirror neurons also exist in the human brain, and they can feel each other's fear and anger, sadness and nausea; complex feelings such as shyness, loneliness, and unpopularity can also be clearly felt through mirror neurons. When we see other people's expressions or experienced emotional states, mirror neurons are activated, allowing us to experience the feelings of others and enter the emotional world of others. The most suitable for this text title is ()
What is the magic of the single-choice question "compassion"?
6: Honesty and credit: It means that the actor is required to act in accordance with the reciprocity of the market system. When signing a contract, be honest and not deceived. After signing the contract, keep promises and learn to perform by yourself. Based on the above definitions, the following actions of A do not violate good faith ().
Single choice question A entered into a sales contract with B in malicious collusion, harming the interests of A's agent A concealed the fact that his house was about to be demolished, and transferred his house at market price A intentionally leaked the commercial secrets of others. Delivery of goods. Therefore, A who later fulfilled his contractual obligations refused to pay for the goods.
7: Adversity can increase people's insights, improve their hearts and minds, exercise their physique, and enable a young man to take on the heavy responsibility of life and to know how to enjoy life. These wealth are difficult for smooth sailors to obtain. The best expression of this passage is:
Single-choice questions lead to adversity, talent setbacks, children who grow up poor, have experienced the storm before they can see the rainbow
8: Lantern Festival: Lantern Riddle ()
Single-choice question Dragon Boat Festival: Dragon Boat Qingming Festival: Chrysanthemum Spring Festival: Dumpling Mid-Autumn Festival: Chang'e
9: China's people's congress system is the main form of realizing the people as the masters and guaranteeing citizens' politics. The most appropriate one to fill in the horizontal line is: ()
Single choice question power interest duty right
10: The incorrect expression of the following literary common sense is ()
The basic form of a single-choice question is a single piece of music, also known as "Yeer." Each small order uses only one song card, one rhyme in the end, and more is used to write scenery lyric, such as Ma Zhiyuan's "Tianjingsha Qiu Si" is a popular masterpiece.
The number of sets, also known as the series, is that in the same palace tune, many song cards are connected into a set of songs to sing a content, which can write scenes and lyrics, and can also tell stories.
Zaju is a form of classical opera, produced in the late Jin and early Yuan dynasties. It is a complete and mature drama art formed by absorbing the results of various performing arts in the past under the influence of Jin Yuanben and Zhu Gong.
The Yuan Zaju can be divided into two versions: Dan (the leading actor) and the last (the leading actor). The structure includes fourfolds and one wedge. Each fold can be sung in a different palace.
11: () is the foundation of the party's founding, the basis of governing, and the source of strength.
Single-choice question "Three Represents" Important Thought Mao Zedong Thought Deng Xiaoping Theory Scientific Development View
12: Which of the following works is authored by a British writer? ()
Single-choice questions: "The Slaughter", "Tess of the Derber Family", "Doll's House", "Gulliver's Travels"
"Two Cities", "To Skylark", "Pride and Prejudice", "Wuthering Heights"
Sherlock Holmes, The Last Vine Leaf, The Waste Land, Jane Eyre
"The Nightingale", "Mrs. Chatelle's Lover", "Running for Governor", "My University"
13: Athletes: Doping ()
Single-choice contract: Dismissal doctor: Misdiagnosed cottage: Uniform referee: Black whistle
14: When amphibians first appeared on the earth millions of years ago, the radiation of ultraviolet rays penetrating the atmosphere was much greater than it is now. Therefore, the current dramatic decrease in the number of amphibians is not the result of the recent increase in ultraviolet rays that penetrate the Earth's atmosphere. Which of the following is the assumption on which the above discussion is based? ()
Single choice question The eggs of modern amphibians are not more susceptible to UV radiation than the eggs of early amphibians. Modern amphibians are less likely to live in habitats like early amphibians that can shield them from UV rays. Modern amphibians cannot be as easy as early amphibians. Adapting to altered radiation levels Amphibian skin is usually more sensitive to UV light than other animal skins
15: (1) exhaling carbon dioxide (2) inhaling oxygen (3) releasing oxygen in the tissue (4) carbon dioxide is separated from hemoglobin in the lungs (5) blood flows from the lungs to the heart ()
16: Although the world is brilliant because of invention, individual inventors still often struggle lonely in adversity. The market only recognizes products with direct consumption value, and few people will "pay" for the ideals of inventors. There are professional teachers and scientists in the world. Because people recognize the importance of education and science to human beings, teachers and scientists can nurture students without worries and explore the universe; however, there is no such profession as "inventor" in the world. No one pays the inventor's salary. This paragraph mainly wants to express ().
The development of the single-choice world is inseparable from inventors and inventors who are in a more difficult situation than scientists. Inventions usually do not have direct consumption value. The society should provide more protection for inventors.
17: Intentional crime: knowing that your behavior will cause harm to the society, and you want or allow the result to happen, and therefore constitute a crime, it is an intentional crime. According to the above definition, which of the following acts is an intentional crime? ().
The single-choice question Ma wants to divorce his wife, but his wife disagrees, Ma wants to poison his wife. Unfortunately, the child accidentally drank poisoned fruit juice. The taxi driver found that the brakes were not working before leaving the house in the morning, but he was too convinced of his driving skills. As a result, the child's horse on the sidewalk was injured due to the failure of the brakes. Frightened by thunder, the driver was out of control, causing two children playing on the road to be injured. Wei Mo drove a friend to an outing. When the car went downhill, the brakes suddenly failed, and Wei quickly took proper measures. , But the car still could not stop and overturned into the ditch. Wei and his two friends were seriously injured. After technical identification, the brake failure was purely a mechanical failure
18: The following statements about administrative decision making are incorrect ().
The core and most critical step in the decision-making process of single-choice questions is to evaluate the plan. Making decisions to improve administrative efficiency is an important prerequisite for the scientificization of administrative decision-making. Administrative decision-making is the central link in performing administrative functions. Leaders tend to focus more on making non-procedural decisions
19: From the four options given, choose the order in which things are most appropriate: () (1) panic, sadness, helplessness (2) crisis intervention team (3) provide mental support (4) tsunami (5) make Single-choice question
20: Shock: syncope ()
Single-choice questions are the same: unified verbal error: misclassification: division goodbye: goodbye
21: Drug: Pharmacy: Prescription ()
Single-choice question Travel: Airplane: Flight table meal: Restaurant: Menu Deposit: Bank : Bank card Movie: Cinema: Movie ticket
22: () are various types of business funds obtained by financial institutions from financial departments.
Single-choice question Business income Business income Subsidy income Fiscal subsidy income
23: The first Airbus () aircraft wing assembled and tested by AVIC Xifei Tianjin will be docked with the authorities at the Airbus Final Assembly Company in Tianjin Airport Economic Zone on March 15, 2010. This is the () the largest Airbus aircraft component produced, assembled and tested in China.
24: South to North: Lively ()
Single-choice questions: East and West: exhausted mountains, clear water show: scenery worrying outside: suffering painful green: sin
25: (1) stride (2) 踯躅 (3) dash (4) stagger (5) sprint single choice
26: The essence and core of materialist dialectics is ().
Single-choice question Opposite uniform law Negative negation Law quality Interchange law Objectivity
27: The musicians for () are equivalent to the carriages for ()
Multiple choice piano, rail band, train stage, platform sheet music, passengers
28: Yangtze River: River ()
Multiple Choice Desert: Camel
Nanjing : Provincial Capital City Trunk: Tree Orange: Fruit
29: 13610, 25714, 26816, 35715, 43714, ()
30: B-ultrasound: Ultrasound: Diagnosis ()
Single-choice radar: antenna: detection camera: negative: photography refrigerator: refrigerant: refrigerated computer: display: work
31: Potato: Potato multiple choice questions Tomato: Persimmon haw: Almond banana: Banana fan Gongsun tree: Ginkgo
32: Other people's faces are like a mirror. Our attitude towards others is the same as that of others towards us. The reason for handling good interpersonal relationships is simple, that is, "love out love, return, benevolence; hate out and hate, resentment." This paragraph tells us ()
Single-choice question Harmonious society is people's subjective feelings. The quality of people determines the attitude towards life. The relationship between people is a consciousness that affects each other and reflects the objective existence.
33: A director did ideological and political work for his subordinates, quoting Mencius: "Fish, I want whatever, bear's paw, and what I want, neither can be obtained. Those who give up fish and take bear's paw also." This is under education ().
Single-choice questions need to make the best choice among different needs. Different needs cannot be taken into account. You must guide the low-level needs to the high-level needs.
34: Management without cause: The act of managing the affairs of others without legal obligations. The following actions belong to causeless management ().
After the multiple choice question Xiao Hong left for college, his parents collected stamps for his custody. Wang Xin took his nephew to swim, the nephew fell into the water and called for help. Wang rescued him and Han Jian went on a tour. The neighbor Aunt Wang helped her repair the downstairs of a resident in the house. Block, the property management office sends someone to clear
35: In our country, the basic basis of legislation is (). ?
Single-choice party policy?
Objective and practical?
36: Which of the following agencies is not a government agency? ().
public security bureau
Discipline Inspection Commission
37: Like 徜徉 under the starry sky in the summer night, for the magnificent scenery ______, I am truly infinite ______ in the Chinese character that I rely on to think and interact, and ______ its rejuvenation and strangeness charm.
Multiple choice questions are intoxicated, favored, surprised and intoxicated, in love, shocked and obsessed, enchanted, shocked, obsessed, amazed
38: In 2010, the world's paper industry used twice as much fresh pulp (that is, pulp made directly from plant fibers) as recycled pulp (pulp made from waste paper). Analysts from the paper industry point out that by 2020, the recycled pulp used by the world's paper industry will be no less than fresh pulp, and the use of fresh pulp will continue to rise from 2010. If the information provided above is true and the analyst's prognosis is correct, which of the following conclusions can be drawn? ()1. In 2020, the recycled pulp used in the paper industry is at least twice that used in 2010. 2. In 2020, the total pulp used in the paper industry will be at least twice the total pulp used in 2010. 3． The paper industry will produce fewer pulp-only papers in 2020 than in 2010.
Multiple choice questions only 1
Only 1 and 2
1, 2, 3
39: Philosophy is ().
Single-choice question about the scientific and scientific worldview and methodology of the general laws of nature and social development. Systematic and theoretical worldview. Revolutionary and scientific worldview unified.
40: The musicians for () are equivalent to the carriages for ()
Multiple choice piano, rail band, train stage, platform sheet music, passengers
41: Declarative knowledge is knowledge about "what the world is". It can be directly stated. The required psychological process is mainly memory. Procedural knowledge is knowledge about "what to do", which cannot be stated directly, but its existence can only be inferred through the introduction of some form of work. Based on the above definition, the following classification is correct _______.
The multiple-choice question "repair a bicycle" is declarative knowledge, "music appreciation" requires procedural knowledge, "the capital of the United States is Washington" is declarative knowledge, and "addition and subtraction" requires procedural knowledge. "Water boils to 100 ° C" is a statement. Sexual knowledge, "the molecular formula of water is H2O" is procedural knowledge "riding archery" is declarative knowledge, "red light stop. Green light line" is procedural knowledge
42: While Western companies are still struggling with competition in product quality, Japanese companies have begun to change the way they compete and shift their focus to customer service. After quality, service has become the company's next all-out goal. Which of the following is not the meaning of the above? ().
The quality of single-choice questions is the foundation of corporate survival and the only magic weapon that caters to consumer psychology. It is necessary to increase customer satisfaction through products that are practical, innovative and in line with market needs. Through reasonable employment procedures, hiring is most customer-oriented and most effective. Responsible staff to make products exceed customer expectations is the most effective way to build customer loyalty
43: Walking: Walking: Hurrying Multiple Choice Battle: Battle: Imagination of War: Ideal: Fantasy Leisure: Boredom: Empathy: Like: Love
44: Scientists announced that they used mouse skin cells to cultivate induced pluripotent stem cells. These induced pluripotent stem cells can produce all cells in the body, including eggs and sperm, and have the same effects as embryonic stem cells. In November of the same year, a scientist from Ke Yi reported that they had successfully induced human pluripotent stem cells from human skin cells. This research addresses the ethical issues facing embryonic stem cell research. What cannot be derived from this is ()
Single-choice questions use human skin cells to imitate embryonic stem cells. The science and policy of stem cell research will be completely changed in the future. Ethical issues have little to do with the direction of biomedical research.
45: In different countries and at different times, the science and technology management system can be different and can be innovative, but there is one system that is particularly important and universal: that is the generalization of the subject of innovation, or the nationalization or people's nature of the innovation strategy. In other words, letting everyone have the heart to change and innovate, so that every invention, no matter how big or small, has a chance to show. It should be the basic starting point for building a large-scale system and environment for independent innovation. This text is intended to emphasize ().
The importance of single-choice science and technology management system. Innovation requires a good environment to support innovation. The system is required to support the science and technology management system. Innovation should be guaranteed to the people.
46: (1) Monomers of life (2) Primitive aquatic organisms (3) Biological macromolecules (4) Simple organic matter (5) Single-choice questions of the Earth's biosphere
47: A scientific study found that regular use of the left hand can better exercise the right brain, which enhances the person's image thinking ability and is more conducive to the development of creative thinking. But it turns out: the proportion of lefties in inventors is not high. Therefore, the conclusion of this scientific study is not credible. The following can most weaken the above conclusion is ()
Single-choice questions can also achieve the effect of training the right brain with the right hand. The number of people with the right hand greatly exceeds the number of people with the left hand.
48: When the peony has no flowers and flowers, it either shines on the branches or falls into the soil. It ________ fades and ages, dies from youth, and ________ from beauty. Although it is beautiful, it does not ________ life, and even if it is goodbye, it will leave a lasting thrilling experience. The most appropriate place to fill in the horizontal line is: ()
Single-choice question transcends, disappears, leaps across, disappears, regrets crossing, dies, regrets crossing, dies, cares
49: On the stage, one is a master of Chinese Peking opera, the other is a symphony conductor; a charming Beijing accent is heard for a while, and an orchestral music is refreshing for a while. Faced with the embarrassment of Peking Opera inheritance and the difficulty of the symphony popularization, is this "gathering group warming" way to "graft" two unconnected art forms, is it ________ or whimsical? The most appropriate one to fill in the horizontal line is ()
The multiple-choice questions complement each other to make up for the shortcomings and introduce new ones.
50: The lie told by a really smart politician will never be discovered, so once his lie is revealed, the politician is not a smart politician, and the real politician will never be caught lying. Which of the following inferences is similar to this passage? ()
Single-choice questions The antiques made by a really smart copycat will never be found, so once his work is recognized as a copycat, the copycat is not a smart copycat, and the true copycat will never be caught Wang Wei is a man who plays magic. His magic is generally not revealed. Occasionally he is seen once or twice, but this does not prevent him from being an excellent magician. Tian Gang is a person who plays art. His art is generally Will not be criticized, and occasionally criticized once or twice, it does not mean that he is not a smart artist, because even a smart artist cannot be criticized. The magic of the pony is very good, and will never be exposed, so He is an excellent magician
51: Agriculture: Industrial multiple choice labor: Salary copier: Computer advanced: Title: Land: Fruit
52: The following are not part of the official document: ()
Single choice title headline body subject
53: The following are not legal acts (). ?
Single choice question Zhang give away his car to Li?
Wang and Zhao signed a house sales contract?
Zheng and Liu established a partnership?
The collapse of Song's courtyard hurt Zhou.
54: () For relaxation is equivalent to attitude ()
Single choice question mentally strong discipline tight muscles lax study perfunctory
55: Internet: Online games: Internet addiction single-choice questions Mine: Mining: Silicone stadium: Fans: Violent meeting: Talks: Conference car show: Car model: Cheyou
56: Philosophy provides () for the study of specific sciences.
Single-choice questions General methods Empirical materials Theoretical conclusions Specific methods
57: If you draft a title for this article, the most appropriate one is ().
Single-choice questions Main methods of environmental biology research Main contents of environmental biology research Pollutant poisoning Pollutant migration law
58: In recent years, acid rain has occurred in both North and South China. A related research report concluded that acid rain has not caused harm to most of our forests. Experts suggest that this conclusion be revised to: Most of China's forests do not show significant characteristics that are harmed by acid rain, such as abnormal deciduous leaves and high withering rates. Which of the following, if true, would best help illustrate the need for an expert to make changes? ()
Single-choice questions The harm caused by acid rain to forests is not significant. Some forests in China have the phenomenon of abnormal deciduous leaves and high withered rates. The abnormal deciduous leaves and high withered rates are typical characteristics of forests affected by acid rain. If this feature does not appear, it means that the forest is not harmed by acid rain. Acid rain is a direct result of industrial pollution, especially coal pollution.
59: Throughout the ages, there has been no real fundamental change that has not greatly promoted the development of social productive forces. Does "True Fundamental Change" Promote "Social Productivity Development"? ()
How can there be multiple choice questions?
60: The following practices are inconsistent with the law:
Single-choice question: A village has a lime mine. The village committee of the village organizes the villagers to set up a village economic cooperative, and applies for a mining license for the lime mine in the name of the economic cooperative. The village village committee signs a mountain forest contract with the villager Li. For 10 years. After the expiry, the village committee contracted the forest to the villager Zhao Mouping. The village committee submitted a fundraising plan for the school at the villagers' meeting. There were 500 villagers in Ding Village who had the right to vote, of which 300 people participated in the village committee. Chairman election, candidates Wang, Zhang and Huang received 120, 100 and 80 votes respectively, so Wang was elected
Chapter 2 Ulan Qab Health System Recruitment 2018 Exam Questions and Answer Analysis [Download Version]
1: Patient, female, 20 years old. After sneezing, coughing, nasal congestion, and runny nose, she started to be watery and thickened after 3 days, with sore throat and mild headache. The correct care for this patient is a multiple choice question
A. Absolute bed rest
B. Pay attention to isolation, close doors and windows in the ward, and keep warm
C. Limiting water intake
D. Give a high-protein, low-salt diet
E. Anti-inflammatory tablets can be given for sore throat
2: The reason why Jin Shi does not speak is a multiple choice question
A, wind cold
B, virtual fire burning lungs
C. Lung deficiency
D, Lung and Kidney Yin Deficiency
E. Dry evil criminal lungs
3: The theory that forms the framework of a nursing program is a multiple choice question
A. Human Basic Needs
B. System theory
D. Information Communication Theory
E. Problem solving
4: When children with severe diarrhea frequently vomit. Fasting time should generally be a multiple choice question
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1: The teaching method that allows students to learn at their own level and speed belongs to () teaching.
A. Happy teaching
B. Individualized teaching
C. Situational teaching
D. Idealized teaching
2: In the several stages of collective development, the stage where the collective really becomes an educational means is ().
A. Initial stage
B. Regularization stage
C, maturity stage
D. Consolidation stage
3: Achievement motivation can be divided into two trends: striving for success and avoiding failure, and motivation for success ().
C. same as avoiding losers
D, has nothing to do with learning
4: The correct one of the following literary common sense expressions is ().
A. The first four histories refer to the foremost four historical books in the twenty-four histories, which are, in turn, the Historical Records of Sima Qian from the Western Han Dynasty, the Han Books from Bangu in the Eastern Han Dynasty, the Later Han Books by Song Fanchao of the Southern Dynasty, and Chen Shou's " [View Full Text]
1: Fill in the words at the horizontal lines of the following sentences in turn. The appropriate group is (). ① When talking about Secretary Li, people always praise him for his selflessness, ________, regardless of personal grudges. ② The coach always accuses the players of being unprofessional. Should they also ________ and start with their own sense of responsibility?
The single-choice question is bright and clear, and reflects on self-examination and righteousness.
2: ① The Mayan civilization and the ancient Chinese civilization are considered to be the result of the development of different generations and different generations in different epochs. ② The main basis is that in the "Book of Liang", the Chinese monk Huishen crossed the sea in the fifth century and reached the "Fusang country" According to the story, "Fusang" is Mexico. ③A few days ago, Professor Zhang Guangzhi, a famous anthropologist, put forward a hypothesis of "Mayan-Chinese cultural continuum." Unfortunately, these claims have not been confirmed by archaeology. ⑤ There is a "Yin people's Dongdu theory", which means that during the Shang Dynasty, the Chinese crossed the Pacific Ocean and brought civilization to the Americas. ⑥ For a long time, many people think that the source of the Mayan civilization is ancient Chinese civilization. full text】
1: The "epiphany experiment" on chimpanzees is ().
2: After watching the table tennis pumping video, the action skill goal that can demonstrate this action with a certain accuracy is ().
3: The most basic and important role of teachers' professional ethics is ().
A. Educational role
C. Guiding effect
4: Taking educational phenomena and educational issues as research objects, the science of exploring educational laws is ()
C. Educational purpose
5: The work that laid the theoretical foundation for class organization is ().
A. The Analects
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1: Internet addiction: refers to a mental and behavioral disorder caused by an individual's repeated excessive use of the Internet, which is manifested by a strong desire for re-use of the Internet, withdrawal reactions when stopping or reducing the use of the Internet, and can be accompanied by mental and physical symptom. The following are Internet addictions ().
Single-choice question Xiaoli goes online every day to process text materials. Nowadays, she almost uses no paper and pen. Xiaowang likes online games. She spends all day and all night in internet cafes. She does n’t go online for a day. Xiao Li is lost and unsure of what he can do. Mr. Li is keen on stock trading. He goes to the Internet every day to watch the stock market.
2: The features that are not part of the patriarchal management method are: ()
Single-choice questions Life-long organizations have internal power concentrated in the hands of the highest leaders. There is no rule to follow, there is no clear division of labor and clearly defined levels of authority.
3: A and B enter into a sales contract. What is wrong about the debt and debt relationship between A and B is ().
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