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2013年6月六级深度阅读真题(文都版)
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Part Ⅳ Reading Comprehension (Reading in Depth)(25minutes)

  Section A

  Direction: Inthis section, there is a short passage with 5 questions or incomplete stamens.Read the passage carefully. Then answer the questions or complete thestatements in the fewest possible words. Please write your answer on AnswerSheet 2.

  Question 47 to51 are based on the following passage

  Highly proficient musicianship is hardwon. Although it’s often assumed musical ability us inherited, there’s abundantevidence that this isn’t the case. While it seems that at birth virtuallyeveryone has perfect pitch, the reasons that one child is better than anotherare motivation and practice。

  Highlymusical children were sung to more as infants and more encouraged to join insong games as kids than less musical ones, long before any musical abilitycould have been evident. Studies of classical musicians prove that the bestones practiced considerably more from childhood onwards than ordinary orchestralplayers, and this is because their parents were at them to put in the hoursfrom a very young age。

  Thesame was true of children selected for entry to specialist music schools,compared with those who were rejected. The chosen children had parents who hadvery actively supervised music lessons and daily practice from young ages,giving up substantial periods of leisure time to take the children to lessonsand concerts。

  Thesinger Michael Jackson’s story, although unusually brutal and extreme, is illuminationwhen considering musical prodigy(天才). Accounts suggest that he wassubjected to cruel beatings and emotional torture ,and that he was humiliated (羞辱) constantly byhis father, What sets Jackson’s family apart is that his father used his reignof terror to train his children as musicians and dancers。

  Ontop of his extra ability Michael also had more drive. This may have been theresult of being the closest of his brothers and sisters to his mother. “He seemeddifferent to me from the other children —

  special,”Michael’s mother said of him. She may not have realized that treatingher son as special may have been part of the reason be became like that。

Allin all, if you want to bring up a Mozart or Bach, the key factor is how hardyou are prepared to crack the whip. Thankfully, most of us will probably settlefor a bit of fun on the recorder and some ill-executed pieces of music-on the pianofrom our children。

  注意:此部分试题请在答题卡2上作答。

  47.According to theauthor, a child’s musical ability has much to do with their。

  48.In order to develop the musical ability of their children, many parents willaccompany them during their practice sacrificing a lot of then own。

  49.Because of their father’s pressure and strict training, Michael Jackson andsome of his brothers and sisters eventually became。

  50.Michael’s extra drive for music was partlydue to the fact that he was by his mother。

  51. To bring upa great musician like Mozart or Bach, willingness to be strict with your childis

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