经济法基础4搜题神器推荐 8万字 45人读过丨 连载
法基听力原文：Who's leading the tour tomorrow？（A) Yes, it's rechargeable.（B) You are.（C) To Yel
搜题神器听力原文：Did you stay late last night？（A) Sorry to hear that.（B) There was a soccer match
推荐听力原文：Who's assigned to the Manila branch？（A) Yes, just sign on the bottom.（B) Ms. Park
经济听力原文：Where is it that you are planning to travel to？（A) Long Island Beach.（B) That's a
法基听力原文：How often does Mr. Neilson visit the company？（A) Every quarter.（B) Until January.
搜题神器听力原文：Would you prefer an office in the corner or near the elevator？（A) On the 2nd floo
推荐听力原文：How does it feel to be back after a couple of days off？（A) Yes, it really did.（B)
经济听力原文：The elevator will stop running on even numbered floors, won't it？（A) Press 6, ple
法基听力原文：When can you send me the proofread document？（A) Yes, you have two pieces of mail.
搜题神器"This practice" in Paragraph 1 most probably refers to the fact that the middleman ______.
推荐A middleman's work may become difficult because ______.A．manufacturers run their productio
经济The wholesaler regulates the flow of goods by ______.A．running level with manufacturers' p
法基The middleman relieves the producer of ______.A．fluctuating market demand and staying at r
搜题神器The author quite possibly believes that the function of the wholesaler is ______.A．good bu
Based on a recent survey of the attitudes of people on Medicare is ______.A．the capital ci
Paragraph 3 reflects basically the views and comments of ______.A．Congressional DemocratsB
According to the text, some health care experts believed that ______.A．the new law had a 1
Referring to the elderly as summarized in the passage, we can assume that they are ______.
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