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  • 1.Reading Comprehension
  • 2.Vocabulary and Structure
  • 3.Identification
  • 4.Cloze
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If you are like most people, your intelligence varies from season to season. You are probably a lot sharper in the spring than you are at any other time of the year. (76)A noted scientist, Ellsworth Huntington(1876-1974), concluded from other men's work and his own among people in different climates that climate and temperature have a definite effect on our mental abilities.

  (77)He found that cool weather is much more favorable for creative thinking than is summer heat.This does not mean that all people are less intelligent in the summer than they are during the rest of the year. (78)It does mean, however, that the mental abilities of large numbers of people tend to be lowest in the summer.

  Spring appears to be the best period of the year for thinking. (79)One reason may be that in spring man's mental abilities are affected by the same factors that bring about great changes in all nature.

  Fall is the next-best season, then winter. As for summer, it seems to be good time to take a long vacation from thinking.

According to this passage, your intelligence probably ______.

A.stays the same throughout the year

B.varies from season to season

C.changes with days

D.changes from year to year

2

Huntington based his conclusions on ______.

A.records of changes in his own intelligence

B.work with peoples in different climates

C.records of temperature changes

D.all of the above

3

According to the passage, the cold of winter ______.

A.improves the ability to think

B.is the best time for thinking

C.is better for thinking than is very warm weather

D.incerases the ability to think

4

One possible reason why spring is the best season for thinking is that ______.

A.all nature, including man, is growing then

B.it lasts longer than the other seasons

C.it is not too warm and not too cold

D.all of the above

5

It seems that the two best seasons are ______.

A.spring and fall

B.winter and summer

C.summer and spring

D.fall and winter

6

Did you know that all human beings have a "comfort zone" regulating the distance they stand from someone when they talk? This distance varies in interesting ways among people of different cultures.

  Greeks, some of the Eastern Mediterraneen, and many of those from South America normally stand quite close together when they talk, often moving their faces even closer as they warm up in a conversation. North Americans find this awkward and often back away a few inches. Studies have found that they tend to feel most comfortable at about 21 inches apart. In much of Asia and Mrica, there's even more space between two speakers in conversation. This greater space subtly lends an air of dignity and respect. This matter of space is nearly always unconscious, but it is interesting to observe.

  This difference applies also to the closeness with which people sit together, the extent to which they lean over one another in conversation, how they move as they argue or make an emphatic (强调的) point. In the United States, for example, people try to keep their bodies apart even in a crowded elevator, in Paris they take it as it comes!

  Although North Americans have a relatively wide" comfort zone" for talking, they communicate a great deal with their hands--not only with gesture but also with touch. They put a sympathetic hand on a person' s shoulder to demonstrate warmth of feeling, or an arm around him in sympathy; they pat an arm in reassurance(放心)or stroke a child's head in fondness; they readily take someone's arm to help him across a street or direct him along an unfamiliar mute. To many people -- especially those from Asia or the Moslem(穆斯林) countries--such bodily contact is unwelcome, especially if done with the left hand. The left hand carries no special significance in the U. S. Many Americans are simple left and use that hand more.

In terms of bodily distance, North Americans ______.

A.are the same to South Americans

B.stand even closer than Greeks

C.feel embarrassed when too close

D.stand nearer during a conversation

7

For Asians, the comfort zone ______.

A.is 21 inches apart

B.implies respect

C.is different according to status

D.is a few inches apart

8

In a crowded elevator, American would ______.

A.try to leave

B.lean over one another

C.speak loudly

D.keep their bodies apart

9

When Americans feel sympathy for a person, they may ______.

A.put an aim around him

B.pat him on the head

C.put a hand on his waist

D.dig him in the ribs

10

Many people from Moslem countries ______.

A.take someone's arm to help him across a street

B.direct someone along an unfamiliar street

C.hate bodily contact

D.both A and B.

试卷评价(5条)

00****48   2013-09-04 14:51:06
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00****89   2013-05-23 09:39:53
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00****11   2013-01-18 13:48:03
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00****53   2012-12-07 19:06:19
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00****97   2012-11-27 16:55:10
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