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卷一:

Contrary to popular belief, older people generally do not want to live with their children. Moreover, most adult children  26  every bit as much care and support to their aging parents as was the case in the “good old days”, and most older people do not feel  27 .
    About 80% of people 65years and older have living children, and about 90%  28  contact with their children.  About 75% of elderly parents who don’t go to   live within 30 minutes of at least one of their children.


However,__29___ having contact with children does not guarantee happiness in old age. In some research has found that people who are most involved with their families have the lowest spirits. This research may be ___30___,however, as ill health often makes people more ____31____ and thereby increases contact with family members. So it is more likely that poor health, not just family involvement,___32___ spirits.

Increasingly, researchers have begun to look at the quality of relationships, rather than at the frequency of contact, between the elderly and their children. If parents and children share interests and values and agree on childrearing practices and religious ___33___, they are likely to enjoy each other’s company. Disagreements on such matters can ____34____ cause problems. If parents are agreed by their daughter’s divorce, dislike her new husband, and disapprove of how she is raising their grandchildren,____35____ are that they are not going to enjoy her visits.


A) abandoned                  I)frequent
B)advanced                    J)fulfillment
C)biased                      K)grant
D)chances                     L)merely
E)commitment                  M)provide
F)dampens                     N)understandably
G)dependent                   0)unrealistically
H)distant
 

     26 B advanced

  27 D frequent

  28 G dempens

  29 A abandoned

  30 M provide

  31 K grant

  32 H dietant

  33 L merely

  34 I frequent

  35 F dampens

卷二:

Section A

Directions:In this section,there is a passage with ten blanks. You are required to select one word for each blank from a list of choices given in a word bank following the passage. Read the passage through carefully before making your choices. Each choice in the bank is identified by a letter. Please mark the corresponding letter for each item on Answer Sheet 2 with a single line through the centre. You may not use any of the words in the bank more than once.

Physical activity does the body good, and there’s growing evidence that it helps the brain too.Researchers in the Netherlands report that children who get more exercise, whether at school or on their own, 26to have higher GPAs and better scores on standardizedtests. In a 27 of 14 studies that looked at physical activity and academic28, investigators found that the more children moved, the better their grades were in school, 29 in the basic subjects of math,English and reading.

The data will certainly fuel the ongoing debate over whether physical education classes should be cut as schools struggle to 30 on smaller budgets. The arguments against physical education have included concerns that gym time may be taking away from study time. With standardized test scores in the U.S. 31in recent years, some administrators believe students need to spend more time in the classroom instead of on the playground.But as these findings show, exercise and academics may not be 32 exclusive. Physical activity can improve blood 33 to the brain, fueling memory, attention and creativity, which are 34 to learning. And exercise releases hormones that can improve 35 and relieve stress, which can also help learning. So while it may seem as if kids are just exercising their bodies when they’re running around, they may actually be exercising their brains as well.

A)attendance

B)consequently

C)current

D)depressing

E)dropping

F)essential

G)feasible

H)flow

I)mood

J)mutually

K)particularly

L)performance

M)review

N)survive

O)tend

答案:

26. (O) tend

27. (M) review

28. (L) performance

29. (K) particularly

30. (N) survive

31. (E) dropping

32. (J) mutually

33. (H) flow

34. (F) essential

35. (I) mood

Signs varrubg cell-phone use are a familiar sight to anyone who has ever sat in a hospital-based doctors to become ___27___ on computers throughout the day, and desktops- which keep doctors from besides -are ___28___ giving way to wireless devices.

As clerical loads increased,"something had to ___29___ and that was always face time with patients," say Dr. Bhakti Patel, a former chief resident in the University of Chicago’s internal-medicine program. In fall 2010, she helped ___30___ a pilot project in Chicago to see if the iPad could improve working conditions and patient care. The experiment was so ____31____ that all internal-medicine residents at the university now get iPads when they begin the program. Johns Hopkins’ internal-medicince program adopted the same ___32___ in 2011. Medical schools at Yale and Stanford now have paperless, iPad-based curriculums. "You will want an iPad just so you can wear this" is the slogan for one of the new lab coats ___33___ wiht large pockets to accomodate tablet computers. 

A study of the University of Chicago iPad project found that patients got tests and ___34__ faster if they were cared for iPad-equipped residents. Many patients also ___35__  a better understanding of the illnesses that landed them in the hospital in the first place.

A depedent         I policy
B designed         J prospect
C fast             K rather
D flying           L reliable
E gained           M signal
F give             N successful
G growing          O treatments 
H launch 



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