Reading comprehension test 169

 

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Question 1
Stress has become a scourge afflicting not only busy executives, but also teenagers. What makes it such a common conversation piece these days is the fact that it's not a proper disease but a silent debilitator that takes its toll on the body over years or decades. Chronic Stress, researchers have come to agree; can lead to cardiovascular disease, diabetes, impaired cognitive function and a weakened immune system. recent study by British researchers at University College London reported that elevated chronic stress levels at the workplace lead to an increased risk of obesity, insulin intolerance and high cholesterol. Other research has shown a correlation between chronic stress and asthma, allergies, even the time it takes for wounds to heal. 7. The passage is mainly concerned with..... .
A
how people can cope with the bad effects of stress on their bodies
B
the conflicts about chronic stress among the researchers
C
the adverse impacts of the chronic stress on human health
D
why people are under the risk of feeling stress in their workplaces
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Question 2
Stress has become a scourge afflicting not only busy executives, but also teenagers. What makes it such a common conversation piece these days is the fact that it's not a proper disease but a silent debilitator that takes its toll on the body over years or decades. Chronic Stress, researchers have come to agree; can lead to cardiovascular disease, diabetes, impaired cognitive function and a weakened immune system. recent study by British researchers at University College London reported that elevated chronic stress levels at the workplace lead to an increased risk of obesity, insulin intolerance and high cholesterol. Other research has shown a correlation between chronic stress and asthma, allergies, even the time it takes for wounds to heal. 8. It is asserted in the passage that what makes stress a common issue being talked about these days..... . .
A
is that it is a hidden enemy that makes the body worn out without a proper disease
B
is because it has evolved over the millennia as the body's physical and emotional response accelerated
C
is a question that the researchers have been trying to answer for decades
D
is a popular matter of discussion among the experts
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Question 3
Stress has become a scourge afflicting not only busy executives, but also teenagers. What makes it such a common conversation piece these days is the fact that it's not a proper disease but a silent debilitator that takes its toll on the body over years or decades. Chronic Stress, researchers have come to agree; can lead to cardiovascular disease, diabetes, impaired cognitive function and a weakened immune system. recent study by British researchers at University College London reported that elevated chronic stress levels at the workplace lead to an increased risk of obesity, insulin intolerance and high cholesterol. Other research has shown a correlation between chronic stress and asthma, allergies, even the time it takes for wounds to heal. 9. It can be inferred from the passage that according to one of the researches, ..... . .
A
not all kinds of stress are bad
B
the more stressful you are the quicker you think
C
the duration of the recuperation of an injury may change according to the levels of chronic stress
D
the main reason of obesity may be the chronic stress levels in the workplaces
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Question 4
Charles Dickens was born on the South coast of England, near Portsmouth, in 1812. He began writing in his early twenties and wrote his first novel, The Pickwick Papers, in 1836. He always saw himself as a crusading novelist. He had great sympathy for the poor and downtrodden and many of his books highlight the injustices to be found in the society of the time. Charles Dickens was perhaps the greatest novelist of the nineteenth century. All his novels are still in print and they present a rich canvas of life and behaviour at all levels of contemporary society, many of his works, such as Oliver Twist, Great Expectations, David Copperfield, A Tale of Two Cities and A Christmas Carol, have been filmed, televised and presented as both straigh t plays '' and musicals, revealing the power and timelessness of his writing. 10. As mentioned in the passage, Charles Dickens..... . .
A
emphasized the societal unfairness of the era in most of his books
B
was the only child of a poor family living in Portsmouth
C
was regarded as a crusading writer by his readers
D
had a little interest in the people leading miserable lives in the society of his time
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Question 5
Charles Dickens was born on the South coast of England, near Portsmouth, in 1812. He began writing in his early twenties and wrote his first novel, The Pickwick Papers, in 1836. He always saw himself as a crusading novelist. He had great sympathy for the poor and downtrodden and many of his books highlight the injustices to be found in the society of the time. Charles Dickens was perhaps the greatest novelist of the nineteenth century. All his novels are still in print and they present a rich canvas of life and behaviour at all levels of contemporary society, many of his works, such as Oliver Twist, Great Expectations, David Copperfield, A Tale of Two Cities and A Christmas Carol, have been filmed, televised and presented as both straigh t plays '' and musicals, revealing the power and timelessness of his writing. 11. One may conclude from the passage that..... . .
A
Dickens' first novel, The Pickwick Papers, didn't have impact on the literature world as much as Oliver Twist did
B
the fact that most of Dickens' novels have been applied for the screen displays the strength and immortality of his literary works
C
some of Dickens'novels aren't present on the shelves of the bookstores today
D
Great Expectations is the best novel of Charles Dickens
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