Identify the errors in the following sentence:After criticizing our proposal in every detail, the director went on telling us that there was nothing personal in his comments. ( )
B.in every detail
B.in every detail
Many students are willing to believe that there is really something wrong with them. More students than ever before tell me and my colleagues that they are indeed bad writers and need lots of help with grammar and punctuation. I feel like a doctor, my job is to diagnose (诊断) the disease and prescribe cures whenever I read student writing, It would be easy enough for me to circle spelling errors, cross out unnecessary commas, line out wordy sentences. And knowing that this sort of marking can sting, I would of course write, onto the end of the paper, something about how I know the student really tried hard, something about his rich imagination or his clear potential for doing well.
But I wonder whether all these well-intentioned scrawls (潦草写几句话) would do little more than confirm my student’s fears about how crippled he is.
According to the passage, a "skills cripple" is someone who ______. ()
A．is seriously ill
B．has a rich imagination
C．is a bad writer
D．has a serious injury to the leg
firm was appointed as auditors of Blod Co in September 2007. The audit work has been completed, and you are
reviewing the working papers in order to draft a report to those charged with governance. The statement of financial
position (balance sheet) shows total assets of $78 million (2007 – $66 million). The main business activity of Blod
Co is the manufacture of farm machinery.
During the audit of property, plant and equipment it was discovered that controls over capital expenditure transactions
had deteriorated during the year. Authorisation had not been gained for the purchase of office equipment with a cost
of $225,000. No material errors in the financial statements were revealed by audit procedures performed on property,
plant and equipment.
An internally generated brand name has been included in the statement of financial position (balance sheet) at a fair
value of $10 million. Audit working papers show that the matter was discussed with the financial controller, who
stated that the $10 million represents the present value of future cash flows estimated to be generated by the brand
name. The member of the audit team who completed the work programme on intangible assets has noted that this
treatment appears to be in breach of IAS 38 Intangible Assets, and that the management refuses to derecognise the
Problems were experienced in the audit of inventories. Due to an oversight by the internal auditors of Blod Co, the
external audit team did not receive a copy of inventory counting procedures prior to attending the count. This caused
a delay at the beginning of the inventory count, when the audit team had to quickly familiarise themselves with the
procedures. In addition, on the final audit, when the audit senior requested documentation to support the final
inventory valuation, it took two weeks for the information to be received because the accountant who had prepared
the schedules had mislaid them.
(a) (i) Identify the main purpose of including ‘findings from the audit’ (management letter points) in a report
to those charged with governance. (2 marks)
10 What would the company’s profit become after the correction of the above errors？
A．The ledger is correct.
B．A journal entry is not posted.
C．An error or errors have been made.
D．An entry is posted twice.
Which of the following is TRUE of teacher’s correction of his student’s writing errors？ ()
A．It is good to correct all the errors
B．A teacher should write something on the papers to encourage his students
C．A teacher’s handwriting must be tidy and clear
D．A teacher had better point out the way for each student to improve his writing
By “But to...it is not so”(Line 7) the author implies that _____.
［A］ most people are just followers of new ideas
［B］ even sound minds may commit silly errors
［C］ the popularly supported may be erroneous
［D］ nobody is immune to the influence of errors
Correct the important errors in your paper，but do not bother with the__________ ones.
(b) Identify and explain the financial statement risks to be taken into account in planning the final audit.
(c) Identify TWO QUALITATIVE benefits that might arise as a consequence of the investment in a new IT system
and explain how you would attempt to assess them. (4 marks)
［A］ Principles of history and philosophy are hard to deal with.
［B］ People like to see what other people do for their own model.
［C］ The educated are more susceptible to errors in their daily life.
［D］ That everyone does the same may not prove they are all right.
(iii) Identify and discuss an alternative strategy that may assist in improving the performance of CTC with
effect from 1 May 2009 (where only the products in (a) and (b) above are available for manufacture).