Directions: In this part, there are three incomplete texts with 20 questions (Ranging from 56 to75). Above each text there are three or four phrases to be completed. First, use the choices provided in the box to complete the phrases. Second, use the completed phrases to fill in the blanks of the text. Note you should blacken the letters that indicate your answers on the Answer Sheet.
A. you watched 56 eating it
B. send nerve 57 to your brain
C. our noses and our brain are very 58 connected
D. 59 us remember things
For years, scientists have been studying the special powers of smells. It seems that 60 . When you smell something, the odor goes up your nose to the smelling zones. From here, sense cells 61 telling it what you smelled.
More than our other four senses, our sense of smell changes our mood and 62 . If you were told to think about popcorn, you'd probably recall its smell. And then you might remember the movie 63 . Our sense of smell also makes us aware of danger-like the smell of smoke.
A. give presentations
B. new innovations
A. how to help poor people with all sorts of 64
B. all the speeches are 65 to their website
C. 66 on a variety of topics
TED is a set of conferences, held in various cities around the world every year. With various speakers-also from various parts of the globe— 67 , for everyone to see.
TED conferences invite speakers to 68 . The different speakers are usually experts in their field and talk about new ideas and recent developments that are important to their work. The speakers are often also well known, with people such as Microsoft giant Bill Gates and world-renowned chimpanzee expert, Jane Goodall, having given talks. There are many talks on environmentalism, for example, and on international development, aid work, and 69 . While the talks cover a wide variety of topics, all speakers have a strict time limit-each presentation must last no longer than 18 minutes.
A. to use
A. good at 70 information
B. 71 their brains work
C. 72 their imagination
The time spent with technology doesn't just give kids new ways of doing things, it changes 73 . For example, an article says that while video games may condition the brain to pay attention to multiple stimuli, they can lead to distraction and decreased memory. Children who always use search engines may become very 74 —but not very good at remembering it.
In addition, the article said, children who use too much technology may not have enough opportunities 75 or to read and think deeply about the material.