【CET·倒计时25天】每日做真题,必过四六级!(第一期)

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Physical activity does the body good, and there’s growing evidence that it helps the brain too. Researchers in the Netherlands report that children who get more exercise, whether at school or on their own,  26 to have higher GPAs and better scores on standardized tests. In a  27  of 14 studies that looked at physical activity and academic 28 , investigators found that the more children moved, the better their grades were in school,  29  in the basic subjects of math, English and reading.

The data will certainly fuel the ongoing debate over whether physical education classes should be cut as schools struggle to  30  on smaller budgets. The arguments against physical education have included concerns that gym time may be taking away from study time. With standardized test scores in the U.S.  31  in recent years, some administrators believe students need to spend more time in the classroom instead of on the playground. But as these findings show, exercise and academics may not be  32  exclusive. Physical activity can improve blood  33  to the brain, fueling memory, attention and creativity, which are  34  to learning. And exercise releases hormones that can improve  35  and relieve stress, which can also help learning. So while it may seem as if kids are just exercising their bodies when they’re running around, they may actually be exercising their brains as well.


    A)attendance
  B)consequently
  C)current
  D)depressing
  E)dropping
  F)essential
  G)feasible
  H)flow
  I)mood
  J)mutually
  K)particularly
  L)performance
  M)review
  N)survive
  O)tend


        Let’s all stop judging people who talk to themselves. New research says that those who can’t seem to keep their inner monologues (独白) in are actually more likely to stay on task, remain ___26___ better and show improved perception capabilities. Not bad, really, for some extra muttering.

  According to a series of experiments published in the Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology by professors Gary Lupyan and Daniel Swignley, the act of using verbal clues to ___27___ mental pictures helps people function quicker.

  In one experiment, they showed pictures of various objects to twenty ___28___ and asked them to find just one of those, a banana. Half were ___29___ to repeat out loud what they were looking for and the other half kept their lips ___30___ . Those who talked to themselves found the banana slightly faster than those who didn’t, the researchers say. In other experiments, Lupyan and Swignley found that ___31___ the name of a common product when on the hunt for it helped quicken someone’s pace, but talking about uncommon items showed no advantage and slowed you down.

  Common research has long held that talking themselves through a task helps children learn, although doing so when you’ve ___32___ matured is not a great sign of ___33___The two professors hope to refute that idea, ___34___ that just as when kids walk themselves through a process, adults can benefit from using language not just to communicate, but also to help “augment thinking”.

  Of course, you are still encouraged to keep the talking at library tones and, whatever you do, keep the information you share simple, like a grocery list. At any ___35___ , there’s still such a thing as too much information.

 

  A) Apparently

  B) Arrogance

  C) Brilliance

  D) Claiming

  E) Dedicated

  F) Focused

  G) Incur

  H) Instructed

  I) Obscurely

  J) Sealed

  K) spectators

  L) Trigger

  M) Uttering

  N) Volume

  O) Volunteers


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