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1.The professor told Ken that his answers needed further ___________ to give more explanations for his points. 

2.It is well known that Mr. Whitefield is very ___________. He always shares his ideas to everyone. 

3.Nowadays, multimedia devices are vital tools for people to ___________ information without geographical limitations. 

4.In a ___________ of legalization of homosexual marriage, the club members held an activity to gather people’s voices. 

5.The artist explained that the shining pattern on her painting symbolized ___________. It looked like endless beauty that has existed since the earth was born. 

6.The modern ___________ educational system is actually precious. Our ancestors learned in a confined style and some of them were even banned from schools. 

7.The Nature Association has taken a lot of measures in hope of maintaining the ___________ diversity in this particular area. 

8.The employer was sued because she ___________ the workers. They had to work for over ten hours without being paid every weekend. 

9.The professor was working on her paper when the student ___________ on the door. 
(D)was knocking

10.The police officer saw the labors who had gathered in front of the city hall ___________ the street furiously. 
(B)be crossing
(D)to cross

11.The finding of the study published by the famous journal indicates that nowadays not every university ___________ able to offer graduate education. 

12.___________ losing everything but her life in the disaster, Sara said she still viewed herself as a lucky person. 
(B)In spite of

13.The vendor ___________ wallet was stolen yesterday in the market is called Jacky. 
(C)in which
(D)of which

14.The boy did not remember where ___________ after he went hiking with his classmates yesterday. 
(A)is his bike
(B)his bike was
(C)was his bike
(D)his bike will be

15.Stacy received the Best Worker Award this year. No other worker in this factory worked ___________ her. 
(A)as hard as
(B)as soon as
(C)in front of
(D)in terms of

16.According to a 2011 survey by the American Pet Products Association (APPA), sixty-two percent of U.S. families have pets. Life is good and joyful to _16_ furry friends! As Cesar Millan, the “Dog Whisperer”, _17_ to say, pets in the United States have the chance to see Santa, dermatologists, physical therapists and even pet sitters. _18_ those furry friends also will get a little something extra under the tree this Christmas, bolstering an estimated $50 billion pet industry. That means pet store buyers across the country are hard at work stocking their shelves _19_ gear, treats and toys that will stand out from the crowd.“With more people owning pets- and pets living longer- it is kind of unavoidable that there will be more money _20_ in the pet category,” says Janene Zakrajsek, owner of Pussy and Pooch pet stores in California.

(A)is like

(A)Some of
(D)Pairs of


(B)be spending
(D)be spent

Listening to their favorite music helps stroke patients recover mental function and makes them less depressed and confused, Finnish researchers find. The study, by neuroscientists working together with music therapists, is the first to show that listening to music soon after stroke can have specific treatment effects.“Our research shows for the first time that listening to music during this crucial period can enhance cognitive recovery and prevent negative mood,” study researcher Teppo Sarkamo, a doctoral student at the University of Helsinki, Finland, said in a news release.
Sarkamo and colleagues randomly assigned 60 stroke patients to a music group, a language group, or a control group. All patients received standard stroke rehabilitation treatment. Those in the music group were provided with CD players and CDs of their favorite music in any musical genre. Those in the language group got tape players and books on tape, and those in the control group listened to nothing.
Patients assigned to the music and language groups were told to listen to music CDs or books on tape for at least one hour every day for the first two months after their stroke. All patients kept listening diaries; hospital staff and caretakers encouraged listening and, when necessary, helped patients work the CD/tape players.“We found that three months after the stroke, verbal memory improved from the first week post-stroke by 60% in music listeners,
by 18% in audio-book listeners, and by 29% in non-listeners,” Sarkamo says. “Similarly, focused attention- the ability to control and perform mental operations and resolve conflicts among responses- improved by 17% in music listeners, but no improvement was observed in audio-book listeners and non-listeners.”
Tomaino, the senior vice president for music therapy at Beth Abraham Family of Health Services in New York, says the Finnish researchers were successful because they were careful to find music that the patients found both interesting and emotionally stimulating.“What this study shows is that just listening to something that holds your attention and moves you can improve function in the damaged areas of the brain.”

【題組】What is the passage mainly about? 
(A)An advertisement on musical trainings. ‚
(B)A historical introduction of music. ƒ
(C)A post of participant recruitment. „
(D)A report on scientific research.

22.【題組】What can be inferred from this passage? 
(A)Listening to music helps stroke patients improve mental function. ‚
(B)Listening to staff talking facilitates patients to control mental operations. ƒ
(C)Listening to diaries is the best way to resolve conflicts among responses. „
(D)Listening to things that hold your attention can damage the brain eternally.

23.【題組】Which of the following statements is true about the experiment? 
(A)Half of the patients received rehabilitation treatment. ‚
(B)Verbal memory improved by 60% in the music group. ƒ
(C)Focused attention improved by 17% in audio-book listeners. „
(D)The music group was provided with tape players and books on tape.

24.【題組】Which of the following phrases does the word their refer to in the first paragraph? 
(A)Finnish researchers’.
(B)Neuroscientists’. ƒ
(C)Stroke patients’.
(D)Music therapists’.

25.【題組】Why is this passage significant? 
(A)It sheds light on new methods to improve cognitive function for patients. ‚
(B)It divides music into boring and emotionally stimulating categories. ƒ
(C)It reports on the health declination for regular music listeners. „
(D)It delves into intellectual ability of audio-book listeners.