每日翻译练习[六五]

When college students were asked about their experiences in childhood, those who remembered their parents frequently being in pain were also those who experienced common pains, like headaches, most frequently as adults. This evidence argues that a person’s childhood observations of adults in pain can make that person more susceptible to pain as an

adult.

 

Which of the following, if true, most seriously weakens the argument above?

 

  • Students who most frequently remembered that they were in pain as children were no more likely than the average student to experience common pains very frequently.
  • Parents who were frequently in pain when their children were growing up often experience just as much pain after their children have grown up.
  • College students are in general less susceptible to common pains, like headaches, than are older adults.
  • Adult memories of the circumstances of childhood pain are often vivid, but adults can rarely recall the subjective experience of being in pain as a child.
  • A person’s adult recollections of childhood are likely to emphasize those memories that reflect the person’s adult experiences.

 

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答案:(E)   press Ctrl+A to see the correct answer

 

问题:下面哪一个,if true,最反对上面的论述?

读题:当大学生被询问他们孩提时代的经历时,那些记得他们的父母经常处于常见痛苦之中的学生也是更经常地经历常见痛苦的人,比如头疼。这些证据论述了一个人在孩提时代对痛苦之中成年人的观察使得他们自己作为成年人之后更易于遭受痛苦。

 

A.最经常的记得在孩提时代处于痛苦之中的学生不比一般的学生更经常地经历一般的痛苦

B.当他们的孩子成长时更经常地处于痛苦之中的双亲经常在他们的孩子长大后经历同样的

 痛楚。

C.大学生通常比年纪较大的成年人不易于遭受一般的痛楚,象头疼。

D.成年后对孩提时代痛楚环境的记忆非常生动。 

E.一个人成年时对孩提时代的回忆, 可能选择那些记忆, 反应这个人成年经历的记忆。

 


 

今日音乐

停了一天的电  我也洗了一天的桑拿……

but

give out whistling and look on the bright side of side life!!!

 

nike的广告歌 《always look on the bright side of light》

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