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高三完形填空Agree to Disagree In a world of 6.5 million opinionate

时间:2016-12-25 16:23  作者:admin  来源:www.2abc8.com

 Agree to Disagree
 In a world of 6.5 million opinionated people, arguments are sure to happen. Many people see arguments as an inevitable and negative part of life. Inevitable, yes; ___41___, maybe not. Arguments can often lead to positive change—if you argue ___42___.
Arguing “well”
 “There ___43___ is such a thing as a ‘healthy argument’,” says Marian Donahue, a human relations professional, San Diego. “In a healthy argument, one’s own goal should be to explain the issues in detail, to communicate the upset behind the issues, and to really seek to move forward toward a ___44___,” she says. “The minimum goal should be to preserve the relationship well enough to keep ___45___ alive.”

What not to do
 Nothing ___46___ a healthy argument like a personal attack, and personal attacks are a big no-no if you want an argument to end positively. Dina Connolly, a graduate student at Northwestern University, Illinois, says that when professional relationships start amassing(积累) personal baggage, ___47___ arguments are just around the corner.
 “The structure or wall of professionalism collapses,” Connolly says, “taking down any filters as well. ___48___, after an individual interrupted and then corrected me while making a public speech, I later ended up in an argument where I completely lost my temper and raised my voice. I was embarrassed, and because my relationship with that person was already so deconstructed and unprofessional, I ___49___ with that person directly and unprofessionally in an unfiltered attack.”

Don’t be ___50___ the heat
 Donahue ___51___ that personal issues must be left at the door—but that doesn’t mean arguments won’t get heated. “Passion and conflict are ___52___ in an argument as long as you keep to the issue,” she says, “Attacking the other person is not useful. That kind of argument closes down the ___53___ on both sides to keep talking.”
 By actively listening, many arguments can be ___54___ altogether. If you do find yourself in the thick of one, listening with an open mind can bring about a swift ___55___ to the argument and perhaps a positive resolution.

41. A. sure   B. argumentative   C. negative   D. changing
42. A. confidently  B. correctly    C. heatedly   D. hesitantly
43. A. definitely  B. barely     C. accidentally   D. clearly
44. A. tendency  B. destination    C. purpose   D. solution
45. A. explanation  B. communication   C. cooperation   D. negotiation
46. A. kills   B. helps     C. keeps    D. starts
47. A. heated   B. healthy    C. nasty    D. fresh
48. A. For instance  B. In addition    C. As a result   D. On the other hand
49. A. stayed   B. fought     C. chatted   D. argued
50. A. keen on   B. bored with    C. afraid of   D. eager for
51. A. agrees   B. denies     C. orders    D. recalls
52. A. dependable  B. invisible    C. acceptable   D. accessible
53. A. gratitude  B. impression    C. influence   D. willingness
54. A. tracked   B. avoided    C. undertook   D. grasped
55. A. pace   B. end     C. movement   D. decision


答案 41-45 CBADB  46-50 ACADC  51-55 ACDBB

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