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The best title/headline for this passage is_________.
Which of the following is the best title?
What would be the best title for the text?
The text could be entitled__________
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The main idea/key point of this passage is that_____.
The passage is mainly about __.
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Which of the following statements best expresses the main idea of the passage?
失误点有四：1. 标题错误,以偏概全 2. 纠缠细节,忽视主题 3. 干扰相似,难解难分 4. 缺乏全面理解,顾此失彼
When you're lying on the white sands of the Mexican Riviera, the stresses （压力） of the world seem a million miles away. Hey, stop! This is no vacation - yon have to finish something!
Here lies the problem for travel writer and food critic （评论家） Edie Jarolim. “I always loved traveling and always liked to eat, but it never occurred to me that I could make money doing both of those things.” Jarolim said. Now you can read her travel advice everywhere-in Arts and Antiques, in Brides, or in one of her three books. The Complete Idiot’s Travel Guide to Mexico's Beach Resorts.
Her job in travel writing began some eight years ago. After getting a PhD in English in Canada, she took a test for Frommer's travel guides, passed it, and got the job. After working at Frommer's, Jarolim worked for a while at Rough Guides in London, then Fodor's, where she fell so in love with a description of the Southwest of the U.S. that she moved there. Now as a travel writer, she spends one-third of her year on the road. The rest of the time is spent pleting her tasks and writing reviews of restaurants at home in Tueson, Arizona.
As adventurous as the job sounds, the hard part is fact-checking all the information. Sure, it's great to write about a tourist attraction, but you'd better get the local museum hours correct or you could really ruin someone's vacation.
Q： What would be the best title for the text?
A.Adventures in Travel Writing B.Working as a Food Critic
C.Travel Guides on the Market D.Vacationing for a Living
Too much TV-watching can harm children’s ability to learn and even reduce their chances of getting a college degree, new studies suggest in the latest effort to examine the effects of television on children.
One of the studies looked at nearly 400 northern California third-graders. Those with TVs in their bedrooms scored about eight points lower on math and language arts tests than children without bedroom TVs.
A second study, looking at nearly 1,000 grown-ups in New Zealand, found lower education levels among 26-year-olds who had watched lots of TV during childhood. But the results don’t prove that TV is the cause and don’t rule out that already poorly motivated youngsters （年轻人） may watch lots of TV.
Their study measured the TV habits of 26-year-olds between ages 5 and 15. Those with college degrees had watched an average of less than two hours of TV per weeknight during childhood, pared with an average of more than 2? hours for those who had no education beyond high school.
In the California study, children with TVs in their rooms but no puter at home scored the lowest, while those with no bedroom TV but who had home puters scored the highest.
While this study does not prove that bedroom TV sets caused the lower scores, it adds to accumulating findings that children shouldn’t have TVs in their bedrooms
Q： What would be the best title for this text?
A. Computers or Television
B. Effects of Television on Children
C. Studies on TV and College Education
D. Television and Children's Learning Habits
To err is human. To blame the other guy is even more human.
Common sense is not all that mon.
Why tell the truth when you can e up with a good excuse?
These three popular misquotes（戏谑的引语）are meant to be jokes, and yet they tell us a lot about human nature .To err, or to make mistakes, is indeed a part of being human, but it seems that most people don’t want to accept the responsibility for the problem. Perhap
And what is wrong with a society that thinks that making up a good excuse is like creating a work of art? One of the mon problems with making excuses is that people, especially young people, get the idea that it’s okay not to be totally honest all the time. There is a corollary（直接推论）to that： if good excuse is “good” even if it isn’t honest then where is the place of the truth?
Q： What would be the best title for his passage?
A. A Mirror of Human Nature B. To Blame or to Five
C. A Mark of Maturity D. Truth or Excuse