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2005年职称英语考试卫生类(C级)试题及答案

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第1部分:词汇选项  (第1~15题,每题1分,共15分)
    下面共有15个句子,每个句子中均有1个词或短语画有底横线,请从每个句子后面所
给的4个选项中选择1个与画线部分意义最相近的词或短语。请将答案涂在答题卡相应的
位置上。
1  Our English teacher is sick
    A fat    B  weak
    C ill    D  mad
2  Mary is looking for the book she lost yesterday
  A trying to find    B trying to read
  C trying to buy D trying to borrow
3  I rarely play basketball.
    A  normally    B  seldom
    C frequently D  usually
4  My father is a physician
    A researcher    B professor
    C doctor D  student
5 The Foreign Service is a branch of the Department of State.
  A  center    B division
  C  root D  base
6 Please put up your hands if you have any questions.
    A raise    B  reach
    C wave D fold
7  Man cannot exist without water.
    A expand    B  rise
    C live D quit
8  Jean has made up her mind not to go to the meeting
  A tried    B promised
C decided D  attempted
9 This reminds me of lots of things.
A  much
B  some
C  big
D  many
10 She will be very pleased to meet you.
    A angry    B happy
    C sad D  unwilling
11 It is obvious that he will win the game.
    A likely    B possible
    C clear    D  strange
12 There is no risk to public health.
    A point    B danger
    C chance D hope
13 Did anyone call me when 1 was out?
    A invite    B  name
    C answer   D phone
14.It took us along time to mend the house.
A  build    B destroy
 C design    D  repair
15.I don’t quite follow what she is saying
A  believe    B  understand
 C explain    D  accept
第2部分:阅读判断  (第16~22题,每题1分,共7分)
    阅读下面这篇短文,短文后列出了7个句子,请根据短文的内容对每个句子做出判断。
如果该句提供的是正确信息,请在答题卡上把A涂黑;如果该句提供的是错误信息,请在
答题卡上把B涂黑:如果该句的信息文章中没有提及,请在答题卡上把C涂黑。
    Breakfast
    Studies show that children who eat breakfast do better in school It doesn’t take much
further thought to believe that adults will feel better and perform better at work as well.Whether
you work at home,on the farm,at the office,at school,or on the road,it is not a good idea to skip(故意略去)breakfast.
  If we don’t eat breakfast.we are likely to become fired when our brains and bodies run low
on fuel. By mid―morning,a lot of us grab a cup of coffee,or wolf down a sugary candy bar to
wake up again.This might work for a few minutes,but by lunchtime we are hungry,
bad―tempered,and perhaps our mood might make us a 1ittle more likely to make unhealthy
choices at lunch.Eating a good breakfast sets the tone for the rest of the day.
  People who eat breakfast are generally more likely to maintain a healthy weight.Many
people believe that they will lose weight if they skip meals,but that isn’t a good idea.The body
expects to be refueled a few times a day,so start with a healthy breakfast.
  A healthy breakfast should contain some protein(蛋白质)and some fiber(纤维).Protein
can come from meat,eggs,beans,or soy(大豆).Fiber can be found in whole cereals(谷物),
grains or in fruits.A good example of a healthy breakfast might be something simple like a hard
boiled egg,an orange,and a bowl of whole grain cereal with soy milk.
16 Adults who eat breakfast will perform better at work.
  A  Right    B  Wrong    C  Not mentioned
17 It is okay to skip breakfast if you work at home.
  A  Right    B  Wrong    C  Not mentioned
18 Men are more likely to skip breakfast than women.
  A  Right    B  Wrong    C  Not mentioned
19 A person who skips breakfast is more likely to eat unhealthily at lunch
  A  Right    B  Wrong    C  Not mentioned
20 Skipping breakfast is a good strategy for losing weight
  A Right    B Wrong    C Not mentioned
A simple breakfast cannot be a healthy breakfast
A  Right    B  Wrong    C  Not mentioned
22 People who eat breakfast are seldom in a bad mood.
  A  Right    B  Wrong    C  Not mentioned
第3部分:概括大意与完成句子  (第23~30题,每题1分,共8分)
    阅读下面这篇短文,短文后有2项测试任务:(1)第23~26题要求从所给的6个选项
中为第1―4段每殴选择1个正确的小标题;(2)第27~30题要求从所给的6个选项中选
择4个正确选项,分别完成每个句子。请将答案涂在答题卡相应的位置上。
Old Man Myths and Realities
1  When does a middle-aged mall become an old man? Officially,of course.it’t when we reach
retirement age.But,as we all know, this is a fairly blunt(生硬的)method of decision making.As
life expectancy(预期寿命)increases,retirement planning needs to be changed.This is because
being an old mail today is very different from what it was a generation or so ago.
2  Sixty―five is the new middle-aged man.These days people are talking about the young―old,
that is ages 70-75.and those over 75 as the old-old.The young-old frequently continue in good
health and maintain strong links with fiends and family, The old-old have a much higher chance
of poor health and social isolation.
3  Although men are living longer, there are still more old women than old men.This fact
alone should arouse interest as to why.Relatively little is actually known about why this is the
case or about the experiences of the old man.Sure, we are aware that the old man experiences
anxiety,financial problems,loneliness,etc.but that’t really about all we know.
4  It is usually believed that the old man often complains about their health.In fact,most old
man think their health is good even though most are diagnosed with at least one chronic illness.
The physical health of the old man is strongly affected by their health behavior when they were
younger.
23 Paragraph 1_____
24 Paragraph 2_____
25 Paragraph 3_____
26 Paragraph 4_____
A New Definitions of the Old Man
B Changing Concept of the Old Man
C Health of the old Man
D Happy Old Man And Sad Old Man
E Limited Knowledge of the OId Mall’s
  Experiences
F Contempt for the Old Man
27 Nowadays men generally live longer than_____
28 A man in his mid-60s is now regarded as_____
29 More research should be done on the experiences of_____
30 Most old men consider themselves to be_____
A in good health
B in the past
C in the wrong
D the old man
E a middle-aged man
F a young man
第4部分:阅读理解(第31~45题,每题3分,共45分)
    下面有3篇短文,每篇短文后有5道题,每道题后面有4个选项。请根据文章的内容
从每题所给的4个选项中选择1个最佳答案,涂在答题卡相应的位置上。
第一篇
US States Do Poorly in Women’s Health
  Not a single US state meets basic federal goals for women’t health,and the nation as a
whole fails except in two areas―mammograms(乳腺x光照片)and dental(牙齿的)
check-ups―researchers said on Thursday
  Millions of women lack health insurance,and states make it difficult to enroll(加八)in
Medicaid.the state-federal health insurance plan for the poor,according to the report.
  And few states are doing anywhere near enough to help women quit smoking――the leading
cause of death in the United States
  “The nation as a whole and the individual states fall short of meeting national goals,”reads
the report.put together by the National Women’t Law Center and the Oregon Health&Science
University.“These health goals provide a road map for assessing the status of women’s health.”
  Of 27 measures examined by the group,from screening for diseases to actually treating
them.the nation passes on only two,the researchers said“The nation is so far from the health
goals that it receives an overall grade of‘unsatisfactory’,”they wrote.
  The problem seems to be a lack among states of an overall plan for health in general,the
 NWLC said.
  “State policy makers’piecemeal(一件一件做的)approach to our health care crisis has
resulted in a complex and ineffective system that fails to meet the health care needs of women,’’
Judy Waxman NWLC Vice President for Health,said in a statement.
    “Lawmakers need to take a comprehensive,long-term approach to meeting women’s health
needs and tackle this serious problem that troubles so many families.
31 In which area is the nation successful?
    A Dental check-ups.
    B Health promotion.
    C Disease screening
    D  Cancer treatment.
32 Medicaid is a program aimed at helping
    A  women.
    B  the poor.
    C  the old
D  children
33 Which is America’S number one killer?
    A  Stress
    B  Heart disease
    C  Cancer
    D  Smoking
34 The national goals for women’t health make it easier to
  A  meet women’S health needs
  B  assess the status of  women’t health.
  C  solve women’S health problems
  D deal with the health care crisis
35 Which approach was recommended by Judy Waxman?
  A  The piecemeal approach
  B  A state-federal approach
  C  A comprehensive,long―term approach.
  D  A complex approach.
第二篇
Saving Money
 Where you save your money often depends on what you are saving for.If you are saving to
buy a CD(光盘)or to go to a concert,then probably you would keep your money somewhere in
your room.
  If you ale saving for a big purchase like a mountain bike or a school trip,where would you
save your money?
  One place to save money is the bank Putting your money in a savings account will help
your money earn more money If you put your money in a piggy bank(猪形储蓄罐),one year
later you’11 still have the same amount of money you put in.If you put your money in a savings
account,one year later,you’ll have more money than you put in Why?
  When you keep your money in a bank.your money earns interest. Interest is an amount of
money a bank pays you to use your money The bank uses your money(and the money of other
people,too)to loan money to people and businesses
  The bank will send you a statement several times a year.A bank statement tells you how
much money you have in your account It also tells you how much interest you have earned If
you leave your money in the bank,you can watch it grow!
Another way you can save money is to buy a certificate of deposit or CD.If you have some
money that you don’t need to use for a long time,this is a good way to make your money grow.
You Can buy a CD at a bank You agree not to use the money for a certain period of time
That period might be from six months to five years.You can’t touch your money during that time
If you do,you must pay a penalty,or fee
36 Your money will earn more money if you put it
  A in your room.
  B in a piggy bank
  C、in your pocket.
  D  in a savings account.
37 A bank pays you interest for
  A  wasting your money
  B losing your money.
  C  using your money.
  D decreasing your money
38 Among other things,a bank statement tells you
  A the amount of money you have in the bank.
  B the current rates of interest.    ,
  C the current rates of exchange.
  D the best way to save your money?
39 If you draw your money before it is due,you will have to
  A  pay interest to the bank.
  B  close your account
  C  open a new account.
  D pay a penalty or fee.
40 The word“touch’’in paragraph 7 could be best replaced by
    A  “deposit”.
    B  “lend”.
    C  “use”.
    D  “cash”.
第三篇
Exercise Lowers Employers’Health Costs
 Companies can save millions in health-care costs simply by encouraging their employees to
exercise a little bit,researchers reported on Friday
  They said obese(肥胖的)employees had higher health。care costs,but lowered those
expenses by exercising just a couple of times a week――without even losing any weight?
  Feifei Wang and colleagues at the University of Michigan studied 23,500 workers at
General Motors.
  They estimated that getting the most sedentary(惯于久坐的)obese workers to exercise
would have saved about$790.000 a year.or about 1 5 percent of health―care costs for the whole
group
Company―wide,the potential savings could reach$7.1 million per year,they reposed in the
Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine.
Of the whole group of workers,about 30 percent were of normal weight,45 percent were
overweight(超重的),and 25 percent were obese.Annual health―care costs averaged$2,200 for
normal weight,$2,400 for the overweight,and$2,700 for obese employees.
  But among workers who did no exercise,health?care costs went“p by at least$100 a year,
and were$3.000 a year for obese employees who were sedentary.
 But adding two or more days of light exercise――at least 20 minutes of exercise or work
hard enough to increase heart rate and breathing――lowered costs by on average$500 per
employee a year,the researchers found.
41 How can employees help lower the health―care costs?
  A  By taking more rest.
  B  By eating less.
  C  By exercising a little bit.
  D  By saving more money.
42 By encouraging its employees to exercise General Motors could save
  A$790,000 per year.
  B  $7.1 million per year.
  C  $3.000 per year.
  D$7.300 per year.
43 How many workers in General Motors were NOT of normal weight?
  A  Seventy percent.
  B Thirty percent
  C  Forty-five percent
  D Twenty―five percent.
44 For which group of the workers were the health―care costs the highest?
  A The employees of normal weight.
  B The overweight employees
  C The obese employees.
  D The sedentary obese employees
45 How often should the employees exercise to help lower the health-care costs?
  A  At least seven days a week
  B  At least twenty minutes a week
  C  At least twice a week
  D  At least once a week
第5部分:补全短文  (第46~50题,每题2分,共10分)
    阅读下面的短文,文章中有5处空白,文章后面有6组文字,请根据文章的内容选择5
组文字,将其分别放回文章原有位置,以恢复文章原貌。请将答案涂在答题卡相应的位置
上。
    Caribbean Islands
 What would you See if you took a cruise to the Cartbbean Islands? Palm trees and coconuts
(椰子)?White beaches and clear,blue ocean?Colorful corals(珊瑚)and even more colorful
fishes and birds?
  You bet There are thousands of islands in the Caribbean Sea.They are famous for their
warm,tropical climate and great natural beauty.
   The Caribbean Islands form a chain that separates the Caribbean Sea from the rest of me
Atlantic Ocean,Some of the islands were formed by the eruption(爆发)of ancient volcanoes(火
山)______(46)
The Caribbean Islands are known by several names._____(47)The explorer
Christopher Columbus called the islands the Indies in 1492 because he thought he was near the
coast of India.Later,Spain and France called the islands the Antilles.
There are four large islands in the Caribbean Sea_______(48)These four islands are
often called the Greater Antilles Together, they account for about 90 percent of the land area of
the Caribbean Islands
 The rest of the Caribbean Islands are much smaller.Some of these islands are no more than
tiny slivers (小片)of exposed coral.You can see why pirates(海盗)such as the famous
Blackbeard satled these waters._____(49)
 The weather of the Caribbean Sea is almost always warm and sunny Sandy beaches line the
coasts of many islands.This is why millions of tourists visit the islands each year______(50)
A But 1ife Oil the Caribbean Islands iS not always painful.
B The earliest name used by Europeans is the Indies,later changed to the West Indies.
C Others are low-lying coral islands that gradually rose from the ocean
D They are Cuba,Puerto Rico,Jamaica,and Hispaniola.
E Many tourists arrive on cruise ships.
F There are countless smallislands to bury treasure or hide on.
第6部分:完形填空  (第5卜65题,每题1分,共15分)
    阅读下面的短文,文中有15处空白,每处空白给出了4个选项,请根据短文的内容从
4个选项中选择1个最佳答案,涂在答题卡相应的位置上。
Preferences Vary on Circumstances of Dying
Among terminally(晚期)ill people,attitudes differ on what they think constitutes a
____(51)or bad death,the results of a new study suggest
Dr.Elizabeth K Vig of the University of Washington in Seattle and colleagues interviewed
26men with____(52)heart disease or cancer The men were asked to describe good and
Bad deaths,and they also answered____(53)about their preferences for dying
“In this small study,terminally ill men described good and bad deaths___(54)
Vig said“They did not hold the same views about such issues____(55)the presence of
others at the very end of life or preferred location of death’’
Many of the men considered____(56) in their sleep to be a good death.The reasons
were varied and included not____(57)that death was imminent(即将发生的),and that
death would be painless.
For close to half of the men,a prolonged(拖延的)death was______(58)abad death
Some of the men associated a prolonged death with prolonged pain,______(59)others
thought a prolonged death would be difficult for their families.
Most men said that their_____(60) were very important to them,but this did not
mean that they wanted relatives close at the_____(61) of death.“Valuing family did not
also___(62)wanting family present at the very end of life,”Vig said.
‘In fact,some expressed concerns____(63)burdening loved ones,Vig said.For
instance,some men were worried about the emotional or_____(64) impact on their family
members,according to the Washington researcher Some were worried____(65)their
need for care would be a burden on their families,she said
51 A wrong     B pure      C good     D whole
52 A frequent    B terminal   C early     D light
53 A reports     B opinions  C questions  D remarks
54 A differently  B similarly  C strangely  D fully
55 A to         B as        C at       D for
56 A working    B dying     C talking   D dreaming
57 A arguing    B proposing  C hoping    D knowing
58 A meant     B presented   C considered D taken
59 A where     B unless     C because   D while
60 A families    B friends    C colleagues  D wishes
61 A length     B time      C sake       D hand
62 A stand      B mean     C help       D quit
63 A round      B within    C about      D into
64 A financial   B original   C social      D historical
65 A SO       B when     C why        D that
满分100分,其中
1―15每题1分;
16―30每题1分;
31―45每题3分;
46―50每题2分;
51―65每题1分。
2005年职称英语等级考试卫生类(C级)答案
1.C  2.A  3.B  4.C  5.B
6.A  7.C  8 C  9.D  10.B
11.C  12.B  13 D  14.D  15 B
16.A  17.B  18.C  19.A  20 B
21.B  22.C  23.B  24 A  25 E
26.C  27.B  28.E  29.D  30.A
31.A  32.B  33.D  34.B  35.C
36.D  37.C  38 A  39.D  40.C
41.C  42.B  43.A  44.D  45.C
46.C  47.B  48.D  49.F  50.E
51.C  52 B  53 C  54.A  55.B
56.B  57.D  58 C  59.D  60.A
61 B  62.B  63.C  64.A  65.D
2005年职称英语等级考试试题题解卫生类fC级)题解
第1部分:词汇选项
   1  C  题干中的sick是“生病的”。i11也有此意。fat是“胖的”。weak是“体弱的”。
    mad是“发疯的”。
   2  A  100kfor是“寻找”。它是活动动词,不一定有结果,进行体是它常见的形式。
find是在瞬间中能得到一个结果的动词。Many people cannot find work.许多人找不
到工作。find不适合用进行体。try to find是“试图找到”,也就是说,这种努力不
一定有结果,因此在意义上跟“look for”近似。read是“阅读”。buy是“购买”。borrow
是“借入”。
  3  B  rarely:很少。seldom也有这个意思。She seldom shows her feelings,她很少流
   露自己的感情。frequently:经常。She frequently attends academic meetings她经常
   参加学术会议。usually:通常。Influenza usually breaks out in winter.流感常在冬天
   爆发。normally:正常地,常态地。
  4  C  physician:内科大夫;doctor:  大夫。是内科大夫必然是大夫,因此用doctor
    替换physician对句子的意义没有太大的影响。Researcher:  研究者;professor:
    教授:student:学生。
  5  B  branch:分支机构;枝。division也有分支机构的意义。center:中心;root:
    根;base:基础。
  6  A  put up:举起。raise也有这个意思。reach:伸(手等)。wave:挥手;fold:
    合拢。
    7  C  exist:存在。live:生活,即活下来的意思。expand:拓展;rise:升起;quit:
    退出,放弃。
    8 C  make up one’S mind:下决心。decide也有这个意思。Mary has decided not to
    go with up.玛丽已经决定不跟我们去。try:试图。Mary will try to work harder.玛
    丽会试图更努力。attempt:试图。This paper attempts tO solve the problem from a
    different perspective.此论文试图从一个不同的角度解决这个问题。
   9 D lots of:许多。many:许多。much:许多(修饰不可数名词)。Her hairstyle
   hasn't changed much.她的发型没有太大变化。  b培是“大”的意思。some:一些。
  10 B  pleased:高兴的。happy也是“高兴的”。She had a happy childhood.她的童年
    很幸福。angry:生气的。sad:痛苦的。unwilling:不愿意的。
  11 C  obvious:显而易见的。clear:清楚的。It is not clear whether the incident was
    accidental or deliberate.还不清楚这一事件是意外的还是故意的。Likely,possible
    都有“可能的”意思。strange:奇怪的。
  12 B  risk:危险。danger也是这个意思。point:中心意思;chance:机会;hope:
    希望。
13 D  call:打电话。phone也是这个意思。invite:邀清;name:命名;answer:回
  答,回电。
14 D  mend和repair都有“修理’’的意思。Zhangsan repaired the roof to ensure the
  house is windproof.张三修理了一下房顶,使得房子不进风。build:建设;destroy:
  破坏:design:设计。    ‘
15 B  follow此处有“理解”的意思。understand:懂,理解。This book is difficult to
  understand此书难懂。believe:相信;explain:解释;accept:接受。
第2部分:阅读判断
 16 A  文章第一段中的第二句说,不难想像成年人吃早餐的话也会感觉更好,工作
    效率更高。
  17 B  文章第一段的最后一句中讲到,无论一个人在哪干活,不吃早餐都不是个好
    主意。
  18 C  文章自始至终并未提及男人是否比女人更有可能不吃早餐。
  19 A  不吃早餐者午餐更有可能吃得不健康,这一点从文章第二段中的第三旬便可
    看到。
  20 B  文章第三段的头两旬说,吃早餐者通常更有可能保持健康的体重,而靠不吃
    早餐以达到减肥的目的却不是一个好主意。
  21 B  从文章最后一段的最后一句可以得知,健康的早餐未必一定很复杂,简单的
    早餐也可以是健康的。
  22 C  文章第二段只是说,不吃早餐者等到中午时分通常会感到肚子饿,脾气也不
    好,但从未提及吃早餐者是否很少心境不佳。
第3部分:概括大意与完成句子
 23 B  文章第一段主要讲的是,随着预期寿命的增加,“老年男人”的概念与以往相
    比已经发生了很大的变化。
    24 A  文章第二段主要讲是对“老年男人”的概念重新进行了界定。
    25 E  文章第三段主要讲的是,尽管男人的寿命较之过去延长了,而且我们也知晓
    老年男人会面临焦虑、孤独以及经济等问题,但相对而言,我们对老年男人的体
    验还是知之甚少的。
  26 C  文章第四段主要讲老年男人的健康问题。
  27 B  从文章的头两段可以得知,现在男人通常比过去更长寿。
  28 E  文章第二段的头一句讲到,现如今男人65岁仍被视为中年人。
  29 D  文章第三段讲人们对老年男人的体验仍知之甚少,因此可以说这方面的研究
    还有待加强。
  30 A  文章第四段中的第二句说,尽管大多数男人至少患有一种慢性病,但多数仍
    旧认为自己的健康状况良好。
第4部分:阅读理解
    31 A  从文章的第一段可以得知,就全国范围而言,妇女牙齿检查这方面做得还是
    不错的。
    32 B  文章第二段提到,Medicaid是针对穷人的项目。
    33 D  文章第三段讲到,在美国吸烟是导致死亡的主要原因。
    34 B  文章第四段提到,全国妇女健康目标将有利于对妇女健康状况进行评估。
    35 C  文章最后一段讲到,需要采用综合、长期的方法来满足妇女的健康需求。
    36 D  该题问的是:哪一种方式能使你的钱越滚越多?把钱放在你的房间里、猪形
    储蓄罐里或你的口袋里显然都不会使你的钱变得更多。
  37 C  该题问的是:银行为什么会付给你利息?第四段有这样一句话:Interest is the
    amount of money a bank pays you to use your money。利息是因为银行用了你的钱付
    给你的。因此C才是正确的答案。
    38 A  该题问的是:银行结算单告诉你什么?A说的是:你在银行中有多少钱。B
    说的是:当前的利率。C说的是:当前的兑换率。D说的是存钱的最好办法。A
    是正确的,答案在第五段。
    39 D  该题问的是:你提前取钱会怎么样?答案在倒数第二段的最后一句。
    40 C  该题问的是:第七段中的“touch”由哪个词替换最为合适?最为合适的是
    “use”。
    41 C  文章一开始便讲到,锻炼将有助于减少医疗费用开支。
    42 B  文章第五段指出,就公司范围而言,鼓励员工参加身体锻炼每年将节省710
    万美元的开支。
    43 A  文章第六段讲到,公司内体重正常的员工只占30%,有45%的员工体重超标
    准,还有25%的员工可谓肥胖。
    44 D  从文章的第六、七两段可以看出,肥胖而又不锻炼的员工医疗费用开支最高。
    45 C  文章第二段和第八段分别讲到,每周至少锻炼两次就将有助于减少医疗费用
    的开支。
第5部分:补全短文    。
    46 C  第三段的第一句话说的是:加勒比群岛形成了一个锁链,把加勒比海与大西
    洋的其他部分分开。有可能构成答案的是C和D。因为它们的第一个词分别是
    others,,和“They”,该词回指“The Caribbean Islands”。但是,“The Caribbean
    Islands”只有古巴等四个国家组成不符合实际情况,因此C是正确的。
    47 B  第四段的第一句话(主题句)说的是:加勒比群岛有好几个名字。这是一个
    总的概括,紧接着应该是具体的说明。B是具体的说明:欧洲人最早用的名字是印
    度群岛(the Indies),后来叫做西印度群岛(the West Indies)。
    48 D  第五段的第一句话说的是:加勒比海有四个大的岛屿。这是一个总的说明。
    下面应当列举。D是列举。
    49 F  第六段的第一句话说的是:加勒比群岛中的其他岛屿小得多。接着应该是进
    一步说明。F是进一步说明。
50 E  最后一段讲到加勒比海的天气温暖,阳光充裕,许多岛屿的海岸有沙滩。这
  样的自然环境显然会吸引旅游者。因此E是正确的选择。
第6部分:完形填空
   51 c  此旬的意思是,晚期病人对待死亡的态度不同,由“differ”一词可以判断空格
    处应选与后面“bad”一词意思相反的词。
  52 B  从文章第一句话可以得知,全文谈论的是晚期病人,因此空格处应选
    “terminal”一词。
    53 c  从前面的“answered”一词便可判断空格处应选“questions”一词。
    54 A  从文章开始处的“differ”一词和接下来的“they did not hold the same views”便可判断空格处应选“differently”一词。
    55 B  从前面的“such”一词可以断定空格处应选“as’’。词。
    56 B  此句的意思是,许多受访者认为在睡眠中死去是种不错的死法。
    57 D  在睡眠中死去的好处之一应是不知道死亡即将来临。
    58 c  从搭配和语意两方面考虑,只有“considered,,-词合适。
59 D  此句的意思是,一些人认为……,而其他人则认为……,因此只有“while”合适。
  60 A  此段主要讲的是受访者对家人的看法。
  61 B  表示“死亡的时候”应用“at the time of death”。
  62 B  此句的意思是,珍惜家人并非也意味着生命结束时希望有家人在身边。
  63 c  表示对什么感到担心应用“concerns about something”。
  64 A  一个人的病故除了给家人造成情感方面的冲击外,还会带来经济方面的影响。
  65 D  空格处后面是一可由“that”一词引导的名词性从句,因此应选“that一词。

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