例1：Operating within Seattle, which has 20 percents racial S2__________
minorities, the paper has put into place policies.
例2：In addition, the paper instituted a content
audit (审查) that evaluates the frequency and manner of
representation of woman and people of color in photographs S7._________
例3：Words came that the missing boy had been found. 1.__________
例4：They spent over a million year evolving as co-operative hunters. S5.__________
解析：year是可数名词，而且前面又有a million 修饰，所以要用复数。
1．There are majorities of teachers who have a lot of teaching experiences in my school.
2. In some schools there are special woman teachers teaching girl students. __________
3. According to psychologists, there are three factors accounting for this phenomena. __________
4. There is so much voice outside that I can’t concentrate on my study and thinking. _________
5.Culture is composed of nonmaterial culture abstract creations like values, beliefs,
customs and institutional arrangements - and material culture - physical object like ________
cooking pots, computers and bathtubs.
If you smoke and you still don’t believe that there’s a definite link
between smoke and troubles, heart disease and lung cancer, 1. _____
and you are certainly deceiving yourself. No one will accuse you 2.___
with hypocrisy. Let us just say that you are suffering from a bad case of 3.______
wishful thinking. This needn’t make you too uncomfortable because you are
in a good company. Whenever the subject of smoking and health is 4.___
raised, the governments of most countries hear no evil, see no evil and
smell no evil. Admittedly, a few governments have not taken timid 5.______
measures. In Britain for instance, cigarette advertising has been banned on
television. The conscience of the nation is appeased, while the population
continues to puff its way to smoky, cancerous death.
You don’t have to look very far to find out that the official reactions 6._____
to medical findings have been so lukewarm. The answer is simple money. 7._______
Tobacco is a wonderful commodity to tax. It’s almost like a tax on
our daily bread. In tax revenue lonely, the government of Britain 8.______
collect enough from smokers to pay for its entirely educational facilities. 9._____
So while the authorities point out ever so discreetly that smoking may,
conceivably, harmful, it doesn’t do to shout too loudly about it. 10.______