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阅读下面短文,根据所读内容在表格中的空白处填入恰当的单词。

注意:每个空格只填一个单词。

Many people believe that classical music is not relevant to young people today. However,this issue(问题)frequently causes heated debate.

Some people say that classical music is associated only with old people. For example,if you look at the audience at a classical concert,the majority is over the age of fifty.

Others say it is more popular than we first imagine. Many young people listen to classical music without realising. It is often used in films and advertisements. For example,a famous piece of classical music was used as the theme music for the 1990 World Cup. Not many people could have given its name,but millions enjoyed it.

Also,some people point out that young people produce new music based on classical ideas: for example,it is said that rap(说唱)music was invented by a classical musician in 1912,but it is now used by young people in pop music.

However,young people point to the fact that classical music has been outstripped(超越)by technology. To play a classical instrument,such as a violin,you need to study hard and practise for hours. Nowadays,you don’t need to get aching arms from practising. A teenager can write and make music using a computer program in the comfort of their own bedroom.

A final point to bear in mind is that the term “classical music” is used to refer to a great variety of music, from jazz to pieces for large orchestras(管弦乐队).  This makes it even more difficult to say whether classical music is relevant to young people.

So,it may be only a minority of young people who play classical instruments,but when it comes to enjoying classical music,it depends on the piece of music. It may be more relevant to young people in the modern world than they realise

【正确答案】
76:relevant

77:Most

78:realise(realize)/know/recognise(recognize)

79:basis

80:use

81:Technology

82:comfortably

83:kinds/types/sorts

84:ranges

85:enjoyed/loved/liked

创建者: 绩优堂 贡献者: 绩优堂
请阅读下面短文,并根据所读内容在文章后表格中的空格里填入一个最恰当的单词。

The expression,“everybody’s doing it,”is very much at the center of the concept of peer pressure. It is a strong influence of a group,especially of children,on members of that group to behave as everybody else does. It can be positive or negative. Most people experience it in some way during their lives.

People are social creatures by nature,and so it is hardly surprising that part of their self-respect comes from the approval of others. This instinct(天性)is why the approval of peers,or the fear of disapproval,is such a powerful force in many people’s lives. It is the same instinct that drives people to dress one way at home and another way at work,or to answer “fine”when a stranger asks“how are you?”even if it is not necessarily true. There is a practical aspect to this:it helps society to function efficiently,and encourages a general level of self-discipline that simplifies day-to-day interaction.

For certain individuals,seeking social acceptance is so important that it becomes like an addiction;in order to satisfy the desire,they may go so far as to abandon their sense of right and wrong. Teens and young adults may feel forced to use drugs,or join gangs that encourage criminal behavior.Mature adults may sometimes feel pressured to cover up illegal activity at the company where they work,or end up in debt because they are unable to hold back the desire to buy a house or car that they can’t afford in an effort to “keep up with the Joneses. ”

However,peer pressure is not always negative. A student whose friends are good at academics may be urged to study harder and get good grades. Players on a sports team may feel driven to play harder in order to help the team win. This type of influence can also get a friend off drugs,or to help an adult take up a good habit or drop a bad one. Study groups and class projects are examples of positive peer groups that encourage people to better themselves.

Schools try to teach kids about the dangers of negative peer pressure. They teach kids to stand up and be themselves,and encourage them to politely decline to do things that they believe are wrong. Similarly, it can be helpful to encourage children to greet the beneficial influence of positive peer groups.

【正确答案】
71:feeling

72:influences

73:practical

74:unconsciously

75:individuals

76:moral

77:spirit

78:habits

79:independent

80:no

创建者: 绩优堂 贡献者: 绩优堂
(10 marks)

Write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS for each answer.

Many of us invest valuable time,energy and money planning our vacations. We do this because we know for sure that going on vacations must be good for us. Research proves this feeling without a doubt. Vacations help us perform better at work, improve our sleep quality and cushion us against depression.

Yet,despite these benefits,many of us return home with a feeling that our last vacation was OK—but not great. In order to change this, some mistakes should be avoided. A classic one for vacation planners is attempting to maximize value for money by planning trips that have too many components(组成部分). Perhaps you’re planning a trip to Europe,seven cities in 10 days,and you realize it will cost only a little more to add two more destinations to the list. Sounds fine in theory, but hopping from one place to the next hardly gives an opportunity to experience what psychologists call mindfulness—time to take in our new surroundings,time to be present and absorb our travel experiences. Another mistake is that we worry too much about strategic issues such as how to find a good flight deal,how to get from A to B,or which destinations to add or subtract from our journey. These issues may seem important,but our psychological state of mind is far more important.

Actually, vacation happiness is based on the following top rules. First, choose your travel companions wisely, because nothing contributes more significantly to a trip than the right companions. Second, don’t spend your vacation time in a place where everything is too expensive so as to maintain a positive mood. Third,shop wisely, for meaningful experiences provide more long-term happiness than physical possessions.

【正确答案】
71:Vacations

72:performance

73:quality of sleep

74:attempt

75:worry

76:good flight deal

77:adding

78:rules

79:choice

80:shopping wisely

创建者: 绩优堂 贡献者: 绩优堂

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