2019年英语专业四级阅读部分真题答案二

扫码手机阅读
用圣才电子书APP或微信扫一扫,在手机上阅读本文,也可分享给你的朋友。
评论(0

  导语:2019年英语专业四级考试时间为4月20日,圣才学习网整理了2019年专四考试阅读部分真题答案,欢迎点击查看!更多英语考试动态|模拟试题|历年真题请关注英语学习网


  2019年英语专业四级阅读部分真题答案(网友版)


  阅读理解部分答案


  41、 D


  42、 B


  43、 A


  44、 B


  45、 A


  46、 A


  52、practice your social skills and make people more perceptive.


  作文参考范文


  Kids who spend seven hours or more a day on screens are more than twice as likely to be diagnosed with depression or anxiety than those who onlyuse screens for an hour a day, according to a new study published in the journal Preventive Medicine Reports. That's troubling given that so many kids now spend so much time staring at devices all day. The research for the study came from more than 40,000 kids ages two to 17 and was collected as part of the Census Bureau's 2016 National Survey of Children'sHealth.


  The good news is that younger kids don't usually spend seven or more hours a day on screens. But about 20% of 14-to-17-year-olds do and many reports suggest that teenagers check their social media feeds almost constantly as Pew Research Center has noted. And if you think the link between screen time and depression and anxiety is scary, the study also found that young people who spent seven hours or more a day on screens(not including schoolwork)were more easily distracted, less emotionally stable and had more problems finishing tasks and making friends. Interestingly adolescents seemed to have more problems than younger kids as a result of heavy screen use.


  "At first, I was surprised that the associations were larger for adolescents than for younger children,"Jean Twenge, the study's lead author and a professor of psychology at San Diego State University told Time. However, teens spend more time on their phones and on social media,and we know from other research that these activities are more strongly linked to low well being than watching TV and videos, which is most of younger childrens screen time."This latest research tracks with a 2017 study, published by the Clinical Psychological Science journal. That study of 5,000 North American teens found a strong link between the proliferation of smartphones and teenage mental illness.




  免责声明:本条资讯来源于网络,仅供个人研究、交流学习使用,不涉及商业盈利目的。如涉及版权问题,请联系管理员予以更改或删除。




英语专四电子书(题库)

查看全部>>

小编工资已与此挂钩!一一分钱!求打赏↓ ↓ ↓

如果你喜欢本文章,请赐赏:

已赐赏的人
最新评论(共0条)评论一句