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高三阅读理解Most people say that most people have not

时间:2017-12-07 11:56  作者:David  来源:本站整理

 Most people say that most people have not more than 30 friends at any given time, and 400 over the whole of their lives. However, on social networking sites, most users have about 150 friends. If these numbers are correct, then friendship means different things in different situations.
Also, there are no rules about friendship. There are no instructions about how to make friends, how to keep friendships going, and how to finish friendships if we want to move on. People have very different opinions about this: some people would die for their friends and they value them more than family. Others say that friends are temporary, only there to help each other until they are no longer needed. If people with such different views become friends, this can lead to problems.
Because of these different definitions of friendship, it is easy to be unhappy about our friendships. We may want them to be deeper or closer, or we may want to have more friends in our lives. Sometimes we simply do not have the lime to develop our friendships, or we fear we have left it too late in life to start. If we move to another country or city, we have to find ways, to make new friends again.
This dissatisfaction shows us how important friendships are for most of us. We should not think that it could be too late to build friendships. We also need to understand that the need to be around other people is one that is shared by many. Therefore, we should not be too frightened about starting to talk to people who in the future may become our friends: it is likely that they too would like to get closer to us. Remember what people say: strangers are friends we have not met yet.
24. According to the text, how many friends do the majority of people probably have?
A. 30 friends or fewer at a certain stage
B. .Over 400 friends in their whole lives
C. 400 internet friends in their whole lives
D. 150 internet friends at a certain stage.
25. What is the main idea of paragraph 2?
A. There is a rule about making friends
B. People with different views can become friends
C. Some people would die for their friends if they need to
D. Friendships mean different things to different people
26. We can learn from the text that most of us ________.
A. are frightened to talk to people
B. build friendships late in life
C. are dissatisfied with our friends
D. need to be with others
27. What is the author’s attitude towards talking to a stranger?
A. Uninterested   B. Positive     C. Doubtful    D. Cautious


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