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Section Ⅰ Use of English

Directions: Read the following text. Choose the best word(s) for each numbered blank and mark A, B, C or D on ANSWER SHEET 1. (10 points)

Directions:Read the following text。Choose the best word(s)for each numbered blank and markA,B,C or D on ANSWER SHEET 1.(10 points)

In our contemporary culture, the prospect of communicating with -- or even looking at -- a stranger is virtually unbearable. Everyone around us seems to agree by the way they fiddle with their phones, even without a 1 underground.

It's a sad reality -- our desire to avoid interacting with other human beings -- because there's 2 to be gained from talking to the stranger standing by you. But you wouldn't know it, 3 into your phone. This universal armor sends the 4 : “Please don't approach me.”

What is it that makes us feel we need to hide 5 our screens?

One answer is fear, according to Jon Wortmann, executive mental coach. We fear rejection, or that our innocent social advances will be 6 as “creepy,”. We fear we'll be 7 . We fear we'll be disruptive. Strangers are inherently 8 to us, so we are more likely to feel 9 when communicating with them compared with our friends and acquaintances. To avoid this anxiety, we 10 to our phones. “Phones become our security blanket,” Wortmann says. “They are our happy glasses that protect us from what we perceive is going to be more 11 .”

But once we rip off the bandaid, tuck our smartphones in our pockets and look up, it doesn't 12 so bad. In one 2011 experiment, behavioral scientists Nicholas Epley and Juliana Schroeder asked commuters to do the unthinkable: Start a13. The duo had Chicago train commuters talk to their fellow 14. “When Dr. Epley and Ms. Schroeder asked other people in the same train station to 15 how they would feel after talking to a stranger, the commuters thought their 16 would be more pleasant if they sat on their own,” the New York Times summarizes. Though the participants didn't expect a positive experience, after they 17 with the experiment, “not a single person reported having been snubbed.”

18, these commutes were reportedly more enjoyable compared with those sans communication, which makes absolute sense, 19 human beings thrive off of social connections. It's that 20: Talking to strangers can make you feel connected.

1.[A] ticket[B] permit[C] signal[D] record

2.[A] nothing[B] little[C] another[D] much

3.[A] beaten[B] guided[C] plugged[D] brought

4.[A] message[B] code[C] notice[D] sign

5.[A] under[B] beyond[C] behind[D] from

6.[A] misapplied[B] mismatched[C] misadjusted[D] misinterpreted

7.[A] replaced[B] fired[C] judged[D] delayed

8.[A] unreasonable[B] ungrateful[C] unconventional[D] unfamiliar

9.[A] comfortable[B] confident[C] anxious[D] angry

10.[A] attend[B] point[C] take[D] turn

11.[A] dangerous[B] mysterious[C] violent[D] boring

12.[A] hurt[B] resist[C] bend[D] decay

13.[A] lecture[B] conversation[C] debate[D] negotiation

14.[A] passengers[B] employees[C] researchers[D] trainees

15.[A] reveal[B] choose[C] predict [D] design

16.[A] voyage[B] ride[C] walk[D] flight

17.[A] went through[B] did away[C] caught up[D] put up

18.[A] in turn[B] in fact [C] in particular[D] in consequence

19.[A] unless[B] since[C] if[D] whereas

20.[A] funny[B] logical[C] simple[D] rare

Section Ⅱ Reading Comprehension

Part A

Directions:Read the following four texts. Answer the questions after each text by choosing A, B, C or D. Mark your answers on ANSWER SHEET 1. (40 points)

Text1

A new study suggests that contrary to most surveys. People art actually more stressed at home than at work. Researchers measured people's control. Which is it at stress marker. While they were at work and while they were at home and found it higher at what is supposed to be a place of refuge。

“Further contradicting conventional wisdom we found that women as well as men have lower levels of stress at work than at home” writes one of the researchers. Sarah Damaske In fact women say they feel better at work. She notes. “it is men not women. Who report being happier at home than at work” Another surprise is that the findings hold true for both those with children and without but more so for non parents. This is why people who work outside the home have better health。

What the study doesn't measure is whether people are still doing work when they' re at home whether it is household work or work brought home from the office. For many men the end of the workday is a time to kick back. For women who stay home they never get to leave the office. And for women who work outside the home they often are playing catch-up-with-household tasks. With the blurring of roles and the fact that the home front lags well behind the workplace in making adjustments for working women it' s not surprising that women are more stressed at home。

But it's not just a gender thing. At work people pretty much know what they're supposed to be doing: working making money doing the tasks they have to do in order to draw an income. The bargain is very pure: Employee puts in hours of physical or mental labor and employee draws out life-sustaining moola。

On the home front however people have no such clarity. Rare is the household in which the division of labor is so clinically and methodically laid out. There are a lot of tasks to be done there are inadequate rewards for most of them. Your home colleagues-your family-have no clear rewards for their labor; they need to be talked into it or if they' re teenagers threatened with complete removal of all electronic devices. Plus they' re your family. You cannot fire your family. You never really get to go home from home。

So it's not surprising that people are more stressed at home. Not only are the tasks apparently infinite the co-workers are much harder to motivate。

21.According to Paragraph 1,most previous surveys found that home___________

[A]was an un realistic place for relaxation

[B]generated more stress than the workplace

[C]was an ideal plac efor stress measurement

[D]offered greater relaxation than the workplace

22.According to Damaske,who are likely to be the happiest at home?

[A]Working mothers

[B]Childless husbands

[C] Childless wives

[D]Working fathers

23 The blurring of working women's roles refers to the fact that___________

[A]they are both breadwinners and housewives

[B]their home is also a place for kicking back

[C]there is often much housework left behind

[D]it is difficult for them to leave their office

24.The word “moola”(Line4,Para 4)most probably means___________

[A]energy

[B]skills

[C]earnings

[D]nutrition

25.The home front differs from the workplace in that_____________

[A]home is hardly a cozier working environment

[B]division of labor at home is seldom clear-cut

[C]household tasks are generally more motivating

[D]family labor is often adequately rewarded

 


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