23. The blurring of working women's roles refers to the fact that .
[A] their home is also a place for kicking back
[B] they are both bread winners and housewives
[C] there is often much housework left behind
[D] it is difficult for them to leave their office
24. The word "moola" (Line 4, Para. 4) most probably means .
25. The home front differs from the workplace in that .
[A] family labor is often adequately rewarded
[B] home is hardly a cozier working environment
[C] household tasks are generally more motivating
[D] division of labor at home is seldom clear-cut
26. Recruiting more first-generation students has .
[A] reduced their dropout rates
[B] narrowed the achievement gap
[C] missed its original purpose
[D] depressed college students
27. The authors of the research article are optimistic because .
[A] their findings appeal to students
[B] the recruiting rate has increased
[C] the problem is solvable
[D] their approach is costless
28. Th e study suggests that most first-generat10n students .
[A] are from single-parent families
[B] study at private universities
[C] are in need of financial support
[D] have failed their college
29. The authors of the paper believe that first-generation students .
[A] may lack opportunities to apply for research projects
[B] are inexperienced in handling their issues at college
[C] can have a potential influence on other students
[D] are actually indifferent to the achievement gap
30. We may infer from the last paragraph that .
[A] universities often reject the culture of the middle-class
[B] students are usually to blame for their lack ofresources
[C] social class greatly helps enrich educational experiences
[D] colleges are partly responsible for the problem in question
31. According to Nancy Koehn, office language has become .
[A] less strategic
[B] less energetic
[C] more objective
[D] more emotional
32. "T earn" -onented corporate vocabulary is closely related to .
[A] sports culture
[B] gender difference
[C] historical incidents
[D] athletic executives