His name was JoshuaAdamParker and he weighedeightpounds, six ounces, a perfectlyformedbaby. Jenniferknewthatbabiesweresupposed to be ugly at birth, wrinkled and red and resemblinglittleapes. Not JoshuaAdam. He was beautiful. The nurses at the hospitalkepttellingJenniferwhat a handsome boy he was, and Jennifercould not hear it oftenenough. The resemblance to Adam was striking. JoshuaAdam had his father’s gray-blueeyes and beautifullyshapedhead. WhenJenniferlooked at him, she was looking at Adam.
Jennifer had wondered how she wouldfeelabout her baby. Babiesweresurelyboring to be around. Theymessedtheirdiapers, and demanded to be fed constantly; theycried and slept and criedagain. There was no communicationwiththem.
【題組】Whichdescription in the following is TRUEaboutJoshua?
(A)He had gray-blueeyes.
(B) He was born in an apartment.
(C) He didn’t resemble his father.
(D)He weighed six pounds, eightounces.
When doctorsattempt to diagnose an illness, theylook for ways in which the
patient's symptoms _____ those of one disease and differfromthose of others.
(A)assemble (B) resemble (C) compose (D) represent