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Passage Three
On a dry and cold Friday afternoon last October, Sharon Seline exchanged text messages with her daughter who was in college. They “chatted” back and forth ,with the mom asking how things were goring and the daughter answering positively followed by emoticons(表情符)showing smiles,b-1-gsmiles and hearts.
Later that night , her daughter attempted suicide.
In the days that followed , it came to light that she'd hidden herself in her dorm , crying and showing signs of depression-a completely different reality from the one that she conveyed in texts and Face book posts.
As human beings, our only real method of connection is through real communication. Studies show that only 7%of communication is based on writing and speaking. The majority of 93%is based on body language. Indeed , it , s only when we can hear a tone of voice or look into someone's eyes that we're able to know when "I'm fine" doesn't mean they're fine at all.
This is where social media gets risky.
With modem technology , anyone can hide behind the text , the e-mail , or the Face book post ,projecting any image they want and creating a false image of their choosing. They can be whoever they want to be. And without the ability to receive body language ,  their audiences are none the wiser.
This presents a paradox which doesn't exist before. With all the powerful social technologies at our fingertips ,we are more connected---and potentially more disconnected-than ever before.
Every relevant metric(衡量标准)shows that we are interacting at a great speed and frequency through social media. But are we really communicating? With 93%of our communication context(语境)lost , we are now attempting to establish relationships and make decisions based on phrases or emoticons , which may or may not accurately represent the truth .
44. Why does social media get risky according to the author?
A. The users' social connection is lost.
B. The users' messages may be ignored.
C. The users' real emotion maybe hidden.
D. The users' voices can hardly be heard.
45. What phenomenon does the underlined word "paradox" (Paragraph 7)reflect?
 A. People can be both happy and unhappy.
B. People can be both connected and disconnected.
C. People can end up being both wise and stupid.
D. People can form both true and false impressions.
46. What is true about today's communication through social media?
A. It causes more health risks.
B. It gives little communication context.
C. It leads to better relationship.
D. It improves the quality of interaction.
47. What is the best title for the passage?
A. Social Media and Its Function
B. Social Media andlts Abuses
C. Social Media and Its Future
D. Social Media and Its Risks
 
Passage Four
Alan Lake in , a time management expert, thinks that nothing is a total waste of time ,including doing nothing at times. If you arrange things so that you find time to relax and "do nothing" , you will get more done and have more fun doing it.
One of his clients , a space engineer , didn't know how to "do nothing”. Every minute of his leisure time was scheduled with intense activities. He had an outdoor-activities schedule in which he switched from skiing to tennis. His girlfriend kept up with him in these activities, although she would have preferred just to sit by the fire and relax once in a while. Like too many people, he felt the need to be doing something all the time, for doing nothing seemed a waste of time. His "relaxing by the fire" consisted of playing chess, reading magazines, or checking emails.
For an experiment, Alan asked him to "waste" his time for five minutes during one of their sessions together. What the engineer ended up doing was relaxing, sitting quietly and daydreaming. When he was finally able to admit that emotional reasons caused him to reject relaxing as a waste of time, he began to look more critically at that way of thinking. Once he knew that relaxing was a good use of time, he became less serious about being busy and started enjoying each activity more. Previously he had been so busy doing that he had no time to have fun at anything. He began to do less and have more fun. When Alan saw the client about three years later, he still had as busy a schedule as ever, but he was able to balance his activity with relaxing so that he came back to work Monday morning not feeling tired out from a busy weekend but refreshed.
48. What did “doing nothing" mean to the space engineer at first?
A. Outdoor activities.
B. A waste of time.
C. Few daily schedules.
D. More family hours.
49. What made the engineer reject relaxing?
A. Social reasons.
B. Family reasons.
C. Emotional reasons.
D. Physical reasons.
50. What happened after the engineer learned "doing nothing" ?
A. He was not as busy as before.
B. He began to enjoy each activity more.
C. He started to do more of everything.
D. He did not have as much fun as before.
51. What can be inferred from the passage about "doing nothing”?
 A. It makes people enjoy more indoor activities.
B. It enables you to have more work time.
C. It serves to improve family relationship.
D. It helps you do things more efficiently.

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