16、The eyes are one of the most expressive instruments of body language.Keith，sev enteen，from Montclair New Jersey，learned the hard way about one 21 the eyes can make.“I had a teacher who graded heavily on classroom discussion,”Keith says.“He seemed to have a strong ability to know just when I didn’t have the 22.I couldn’t figure out how he could be so ___23.Then it dawned on（为……所明白）me.24 I didn’t know the answer，I would avoid looking at him.When I did know what to say，I always glanced(扫视)straight back at him.From that moment on，I 25 myself to look at him in the eye,26 I knew the work or not.That trick has saved me a lot of trouble.”
Many people，including some policemen，believe eye contact is a good 27 of honesty.If someone c an’t look at you directly in the eye，then he or she is not playing 28,they insist.After many experiments,29,a number of experts have found out that good liars can make false eye contact.
Eye contact，though not a（n）30 sign of honesty，is a clear way to show interest in another person.When a person looks at you and 31 to do so，you know his 32 is placed on you.When he turns his head away，his mind is probably 33.But there are exceptions.A __34 person may have trouble making and keeping eye contact，no matter how interested he is in the other person.And certain nationalities,such as the British and Germans，are much 35__ oriented（适应）to eyeball to eyeball contact than，say，the French and Arabs.
21-25 CDBBC 26-30 BDABD 31-35 BACBB
17、Several factors make a good newspaper story.First，1，it must be new.But since TV can react to events so quickly,this is often a problem for 2.They usually respond 3 it in one of three ways.
One by providing 4 detail,comment or background information.
One by finding a new 5 on the day’s major stories.
One by printing completely different stories which 6 doesn’t broadcast.
What else?Well—it also has to be 7.People don’t want to read about 8,everyday life.Because of this,many stories 9 some kind of conflict or danger.This is one reason why so much news seems to be 10 news,“Plane lands safely—no-one hurt”doesn’t sell newspapers.“Plane 11—200 feared dead!”does.
Next,there’s human interest.People are interested in other 12—particularly in the rich,famous and powerful.Stories about the private lives of pop singers,actors,models,politicians,13,all appear regularly in certain newspapers.
Finally,for many editors,14 is an important factor,too.They prefer stories about people,places and events which their readers know.That’s 15 the stories in Tokyo’s newspapers are often very different from the stories printed in Paris,Cairo,New York or Buenos Aires.
2.A.newspapers B.publications C.reporters D.broadcasters
4.A.extra B.available C.reliable D.memorable
5.A.direction B.look C.angle D.section
7.A.conventional B.dramatic C.professional D.sensitive
9.A.urge B.neglect C.increase D.involve
10.A.good B.bad C.exciting D.informative
11.A.crashes B.bumps C.strikes D.drops
12.A.places B.people C.things D.news
13.A.in addition B.in any case C.for example D.after all
14.A.personality B.similarity C.tolerance D.familiarity
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