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The whole atmosphere of the world in which we live is influenced by science, as is shown most immediately by our modern conveniences and material resources. A little deeper thinking shows that the influence of science goes much farther and colors the entire mental outlook of modern civilized man on the world about him. Perhaps one of the most telling evidences of this is his growing freedom from superstition(迷信). Freedom from superstition is the result of the belief that the world is not governed by caprice, but that it is a world of order and can be understood by man if he will only try hard enough and be clever enough. This belief that the world is understandable is, doubtless, the most important single gift of science to civilization. The widespread acceptance of this view can be dated to the discovery by Newton of the universal influence of the law of gravitation; and for this reason Newton may be justly regarded as the most important person who made great contributions to modern life.

 

112. The title below that best expresses the SUBJECT MATTER of this passage is

[A] Science and Modern Conveniences

[B] Science and Civilisation

[C] Important Scientific Principles

[D] Science and the World of Moral Order

 

113. The greatest benefit of science has been

[A] the encouragement of deep thinking

[B] the work of reconstruction

[C] the development of material resources

[D] an understanding that the world has order

 

114. The passage implies that, prior to Newton, _____.

[A] men felt nature to be essentially inscrutable

[B] men were unable to cope with the changing factors in nature

[C] men understood nature but did not apply their knowledge

[D] The humanities were of little value

 

115. We may reasonably conclude that the author of this passage may best be described as inclined to be.

[A] intuitive in his approaches to the major problems

[B] rational in his approaches to problems

[C] rational in his approaches to problems and decisive in his conclusion

[D] sweeping in his generalisations and insufficiently reflective

 

116. "Caprice" as used in the passage means _____.

[A] logic

[B] luck

[C] power

[D] change

 


 

   People on a college campus were more likely to give money to the March of Dimes if they were asked for a donation by a disabled woman in a wheelchair than if asked by a nondisabled woman. In another __50__, subway riders in New York saw a man carrying a stick stumble (绊脚) and fall to the floor. Sometimes the victim had a large red birthmark on his __51__; sometimes he did not. In this situation, the victim was more likely to __52__ aid if his face was spotless than if he had an unattractive birthmark. In __53__ these and other research findings, two themes are __54__: we are more willing to help people we like for some reason and people we think __55__ assistance.

        In some situations, those who are physically attractive are more likely to receive aid. __56__, in a field study researchers placed a completed application to graduate school in a telephone box at the airport. The application was ready to be __57__, but had apparently been "lost". The photo attached to the application was sometimes that of a very __58__ person and sometimes that of a less attractive person. The measure of helping was whether the individual who found the envelope actually mailed it or not. Results showed that people were more likely to __59__ the application if the person in the photo was physically attractive.

        The degree of __60__ between the potential helper and the person in need is also important. For example, people are more likely to help a stranger who is from the same country rather than a foreigner. In one study, shoppers on a busy street in Scotland were more likely to help a person wearing a(n) __61__ T-shirt than a person wearing a T-shirt printed with offensive words.

        Whether a person receives help depends in part on the "worth" of the case. For example, shoppers in a supermarket were more likely to give someone. __62__ to buy milk rather than to buy cookies, probably because milk is thought more essential for __63__ than cookies. Passengers on a New York subway were more likely to help a man who fell to the ground if he appeared to be __64__ rather than drunk.

 

50.  A. study              B. way               C. word                   D. college

51. A. hand               B. arm               C. face                    D. back

52.  A. refuse             B. beg              C. lose                     D. receive

53.  A. challenging    B. recording      C. understanding     D. publishing

54. A. important         B. possible       C. amusing               D. missing

55.  A. seek               B. deserve        C. obtain                  D. accept

56. A. At first        B. Above all         C. In addition      D. For example

57. A. printed       B. mailed             C. rewritten         D. signed

58. A. talented     B. good-looking   C. helpful            D. hard-working

59. A. send in       B. throw away      C. fill out             D. turn down

60.  A. similarity      B. friendship     C. cooperation        D. contact

61.  A. expensive    B. plain             C. cheap                 D. strange

62.  A. time            B. instructions   C. money          D. chances

63. A. shoppers    B. research       C. children         D. health

64.  A. talkative     B. handsome     C. calm              D. sick

 

 

 

 

 

 

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112.                B    113.          D       114.         A       115.         C    

116.                D   

 

 

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