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In most cultures throughout the world, there is an expectation that when a person reaches adulthood, marriage should soon follow. In the United States 62 ，each month upwards of 168,000 couples wed, 63 to love, honor, and respect their chosen life mates64 death parts them. The expectation is deep-rooted.
65 the social functions, purposes, and relevance of marriage are rapidly changing in 66society, making them less clear-cut than they have been 67 history. For instance, in a Pew Research Center random polling of over 2,000 68 fewer than half of all of the adults polled indicated that 69 a man and a woman plan to spend the 70 of their lives together as a couple, it was important than 71 marry.
Those of us who choose to marry have 72 reasons why we decide to marry the person we do. There is a 72 , however in our Western, individualistic culture: We tend to marry for reasons that benefit ourselves, 74 for reasons that benefit the society 75 , such as found in collectivist cultures. Research in Western cultures has found, for example, that the number-one 76 people cite for marrying to signify a lifelong commitment 77someone they love. However, this reason is not the only response to why people wed—today, people get married for reasons of commitment, security, and personal belief systems. The Pew Research Center’s recent findings 78 that the main reasons people get married are for 79 happiness and commitment, and bearing and missing children. As the date from this 80 show us, there are racial, age, and religious differences in what people 81 to be the main purposes of getting married.
62. A）alone C) barely
B) solely D) again
63. A）trusting C) vowing
B) competing D) pretending
64. A）after C) when
B) until D) though
65. A）However C)Therefore
B) Hence D) Then
66. A) contemporary C) constructive
B) conventional D)consequent
67. A) beyond C) within
B) throughout D) amidst
68. A) objects C) individuals
B) specimens D) incidents
69. A) whereas C) for
B) unless D) if
70. A) whole C) leftover
B) total D) rest
71. A) equally C) nominally
B) legally D) vitally
72. A) radical C) specific
B) constant D) designated
73. A) worry C) myth
B) confidence D) tendency
74. A) rather than C) not only
B) or else D) as well
75. A) at length C) at random
B) at large D) at risk
76. A) ease C) reason
B) belief D) notion
77. A) about C) in
B) over D) to
78. A) suggest C) signify
B) raise D) resolve
79. A) moral C) visual
B) mutual D) versatile
80. A) legend C)survey
B) episode D) blueprint
81. A) observe C) substitute
B) dispatch D) consider
Part V Cloze
Nowadays, incoming generations really rely now on the power of
the "Internet" when it comes to searching for information.
Just type the word or phrase you’re 62 looking for and click, there goes your answer.
So why 63 bother wasting time turning the pages
of encyclopedias if in just a snap of a finger you have what you needed
People underestimate the power of encyclopedias. Well, technically,
all of them are 64 primary sources which means, they are like the
walls that can fully support your data.
They are first hand accounts done by professionals and 65 scholars.
On the other hand, Internet information I’m not saying all of them, are 66 majority secondary,
or third hand sources67 which basically means that they have been edited or 68 modified .
They maybe data collected from several sources and were put together. However,
the problem here is the errors which the writer or the author 69 committed .
He/she may have different under standing on the data than you,
70 when you have actually seen the data.
So it is like you’re just a kid listening to other’s story instead of you telling your own.
71 Aside from that, you’re not 100% sure that the author is 72 reliable .
He/she maybe just a kid posting and posting wrong ideas for 73 fun .
What I would like to 74 convey here is that manual
research is still stronger than any other. There is freedom in it,
freedom to give your 75 analysis , under standing, insights towards these first-based ideas.
You also type your work76 after gathering the data so you become more 77
familiarized with it because writing is the last
stage of learning since you make an output out of your 78 input .
Unlike the one in the Internet, some people also
tend to "copy-paste" their works 79 without ever reading them. So they don’t absorb 80
what must be absorbed. As they say, "No Pain, No Gain",
so working hard with your research will surely be a 81 compacted and a strong one.
Part V Cloze
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