6.Suzanne Lenglen, the first great star of women’s tennis, was born in France. She _____41_____ , from a very early age, by her father. At fourteen, she won a local tennis competition and the next year she won the French Championships. She became _____42_____ famous when, in 1919, she won at Wimbledon in the first championship held after the war. After this, _____43_____ she went, she was ‘news.’ Crowds of fans would flock to see her play. For the next seven years she remained the best woman tennis player in the world, losing only one _____44_____ in this time. In 1926, she shocked the tennis world, by _____45_____ to arrive for an important match on the central court at Wimbledon when Queen Mary was in the audience. Soon after this she retired from competitive tennis.
【題組】41 (A)training (B)was training (C)was trained (D)trains
11.Much of what we say to others is communicated not only through words, but also through body language, including our facial expressions and gestures. It’s important to know what your body is telling others because body language plays an important role in communication. You should also know how to interpret other people’s body language. Here are some typical examples of one’s body language: A smile is usually a sign of friendliness and interest; however, some people smile out of politeness. So you have to decide if she or he is friendly or not by getting other clues. Also, be aware that when someone keeps pointing at you while talking, it could mean the person is angry or feels superior in some way.
【題組】46 People communicate mostly with one another using _________.
(A)only words (B)only facial expressions
(C)body language and words (D)Gestures and words
15.【題組】50 Which of the following statements is true?
(A)Body language is less important than spoken words.
(B)Body language is always used in a fixed way.
(C)When someone keeps pointing at you, it’s a good sign.
(D)Body language is no less important than words to convey one’s true intention.