第一组： 1. Plainly enough, anyone must realize it who reflects upon the manner in which they reach public office. 2. "Your abilities count", explained psychologist Michael F. Scheler of Carneg-meilon University in Pittsburgh, "but the belief that you can succeed affects whether or not you will." 3. In 1600 the earth was not the center of the universe because the majority then supposed it was; nor, because she had more readers, was Ella Wheeler Wilcox a better poet than Father Hopkins. 第二组： 1. The war unquestionably wrecked the cream of the Iraqi Army. 2. Workers have been priced out of the restaurants. 第三组： 1. He seldom ignores that many potential votes, and it did not escape the notice of congressmen that these Negro organizations, some of which had almost as much trouble getting out a crowd as the Washington Senators several years ago, were now capable of organizing the largest demonstrating throng ever gathered at one spot in the District of Columbia. 2. That sex ratio will be favored which maximizes the number of descendants an individual will have and hence the number of gene copies transmitted. 第四组： 1. It follows from the foregoing discussion that this issue is to be settled by weighing the pros and cons and not by any arbitrary decision. Therefore, we may conclude that the above argument is a viable one, inasmuch as it rests upon a fundamental principle of science and logic, namely, that of cause and effect. 2. The acumen embodied in the foregoing argument is truly remarkable. 3. In my opinion the evidence adduced in support of the argument does not hold water.