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Sentence comprehension, choose the correct answer. (2)
1. If you are just beginning an exercise program, your doctor can help you decide on the best type of exercise for your individual health needs.
a. Different people need different types of exercise.
b. All types of exercise are suitable for doctors.
c. You know best what kind of exercise is good for you.
d. Doctors can help you only if you are injured while exercising.
2. How much you weigh is a balance between the calories you get and the calories you use.
a. If you get more calories than you use, you will probably get fat.
b. Fat people do not get all the calories they need.
c. Food has little effect on your weight.
d. You can stay at the right weight by getting extra calories.
Read the following passage and choose the best answer. (2)
There are many enjoyable activities to take part in. Most experts advise the simple act of walking. Actually everyone knows how to do it is, it is readily available, it is “portable”, it is inexpensive, and it works .You can do it alone, with a friend or with a group. It generally has a low risk of injury.
Jogging certainly is an acceptable form of exercise. It is good to know that you burn just as many calories walking a mile as you do jogging a mile. You could clearly jog more in the same amount of time and therefore burn more calories and get a greater degree of fitness. Jogging generally gets a little greater price in terms of aches and pains in your bones and joints than walking does.
Some people find that working out with a friend or an entire group is more fun than single activities. It can be more enjoyable. It can help encourage regular participation. You and a friend at home or at work can do a walking program together.
There are a group of activities at health clubs from aerobic dance, to swimming, to water aerobic…
The list is actually endless. These groups are often supervised as well. Some people enjoy competitive sports such as handball or tennis. Others enjoy weight lifting .Do you like to ski? How about cutting the grass?
3. According to the text, many experts believe that …….is an enjoyable activity to take part in.
a. running b. walking c. weight lifting d. cutting the grass
4. Which of the following is not true about walking?
a. It has a high risk of injury.
b. It can be done alone or in group.
c. It is inexpensive and practical.
d. It is easily portable and available.
5. Which of the following is not true about jogging?
a. It is a form of physical exercise.
b. It can burn your stored calories.
c. It can encourage regular participation.
d. It doesn’t cause aches or pains at all.
6. What is a good title for this passage?
a. Some competitive sports
b. Weight lifting
c. Walking and jogging
d. Ways to lose weight
Sports are a great way to have fun and stay active. You have lots of choices about which sports to do and whether to take part in sports competitions or just play them for fun. One person might be happy to play ping-pong at the park, while another person may prefer being on a basketball team that competes against other teams.
Competition can make sports more exciting. But because somebody wins and somebody loses it also can make you feel pressure. A little pressure can be OK. Too much pressure is bad news.
1. In paragraph 2, the writer is talking about ………………… .
1) individual sports 2) team sports
3) the pressure of competitions 4) exciting sports
2. The pronoun “it” (last line) refers to ………………. .
1) competition 2) sport 3) sports activity 4) having fun
3. According to this passage which statement is correct?
1) Sports competitions are great fun, whether you win or lose
2) Feeling a little excited in competitions is OK.
3) When you're active, you're actually playing a sport.
4) You must stay happy even if you lose.
4. The writer agrees with …………………. .
1) winning 2) losing 3) pressure 4) competition.
5. “Too much pressure is bad news.” It means that ………………..
1) it's terrible to get excited 2) you shouldn't become excited at all
3) if you lose, it's bad news 4) you can't have fun when you're too excited
Poor people often have larger families than middle class and upper class people.
And people in underdeveloped countries have more children than people in developed countries. More and more, experts in population growth, see the strong relationship between family size and economic development. People with a lot of money have fewer children .on the other hand poor people in underdeveloped countries choose to have many children. Why?
Because they have to depend upon their children to take care of them in their old age. They have no insurance, pensions, or government help. When they grow old, where can they get help? The answer is simple. They can and will turn to their children. Their children will be adults then and they will be working. The children can all share the costs and other responsibilities of taking care of their parents.
1) We understand from the passage that for the poor --------------.
2) It seems that poor people in underdeveloped countries -------------- when they grow old.
3) Which of the following sentences is false?
4) We can guess from the passage that -------------- have insurance, pensions or governments help.
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