Unit 4. Using web search engines

Unit 4: Self-test

Find answers to this self-test at the back of the book: Answers for Self-Tests

True or false

  1. A web browser is a collection of links to web pages that is stored in a web browser.
  2. Saving bookmarks allows users to quickly navigate back to the websites they visit the most.
  3. You can click on the star icon to the upper-right corner (in Chrome) to add a bookmark.
  4. Clicking the “Favorites bar” on the pop-up menu cannot show or hide the bookmark bar in Internet Explorer.

Fill in the blank

  1. A [blank] is a software program that allows users to access and display websites or web pages on the Internet.
  2. The bookmark [blank] contains all bookmarks that shows on the top of the window.
  3. A [blank] is a file format that looks like a printed document.

Multiple choice

  1. Some common web browsers include:
    1. Mozilla Firefox
    2. Google Chrome
    3. Opera
    4. all of the above
  2. An Internet [blank] is a web-based tool that is designed to search the content of web pages and to find particular information on the Internet.
    1. bar
    2.  RAM
    3. search engine
    4. all of the above
  1.  Some popular search engines include:
    1. Baidu
    2. Google
    3. Yandex
    4. all of the above

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