金榜图书•2014考研英语分级进阶版:石春祯英语阅读理解220篇.pdf

金榜图书•2014考研英语分级进阶版:石春祯英语阅读理解220篇.pdf
 

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《金榜图书•2014考研英语分级进阶版:石春祯英语阅读理解220篇(基础篇)》由西安交通大学出版社出版。

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上篇 阅读理解A节
Exercise 001
Exercise 002
Exercise 003
Exercise 004
Exercise 005
Exercise 006
Exercise 007
Exercise 008
Exercise 009
Exercise 010
Exercise 011
Exercise 012
Exercise 013
Exercise 014
Exercise 015
Exercise 016
Exercise 017
Exercise 018
Exercise 019
Exercise 020
Exercise 021
Exercise 022
Exercise 023
Exercise 024
Exercise 025
Exercise 026
Exercise 081
Exercise 082
Exercise 091
Exercise 092
Exercise 093
Exercise 094
Exercise 095
Exercise 096
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金榜图书•2014考研英语分级进阶版:石春祯英语阅读理解220篇

If you smoke, no one needs to tell you how bad it is. So why haven't you quit? Why hasn't everyone?
Because smoking feels good. It stimulates and focuses the mind at the same time that it soothes and satisfies.
The concentrated dose of nicotine in a drag off a cigarette triggers an immediate flood of dopamine and otherneurochemicals that wash over the brain's pleasure centers.Inhaling tobacco smoke is the quickest, most efficientway to get nicotine to the brain.
"I completely understand why you wouldn't want to give it up," said Dr. David Abrams, an addictionresearcher at the National Institutes of Health. "It's more difficult to get off nicotine than heroin or cocaine."
Smoking "hijacks" the reward systems in the brain that drive you to seek food, water and sex, Dr. Abramsexplained, driving you to seek nicotine with the same urgency."Your brain thinks that this has to do with survivalof the species," he said.
Nicotine isn't equally addictive for everyone. A lot of people do not smoke because they never liked it to beginwith. Then there are "chippers", who smoke occasionally but never seem to get hooked. But most people whosmoke will eventually do it all day, every day.
New discoveries in genetics may explain why certain people take to smoking with such gusto and end up soaddicted. Some people, for instance, produce a gene-encoded enzyme that clears nicotine from their bloodstreamsrapidly, so they tend to smoke more and develop stronger addictions.Others possess special receptors in the brainthat bond extra tightly with nicotine, giving them an especially intense high that makes it harder to quit.
Drug makers are exploiting the science of addiction to create novel treatments to help smokers quit.

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《金榜图书•2014考研英语分级进阶版:石春祯英语阅读理解220篇(基础篇)》特色:实力精品,考研必备;专业权威:北京大学教授联手国外著名学者倾力打造;真题为本:文章取材与真题同源的国外英文原版书刊;命题严谨:题目选项设置针对性强难度适中区分度好;题型全面:适当比列编写阅读理解A、B、C三节题型;难句精析:层次分明的句结构解析法快速攻克长难句;口碑相传:十余年来数百万考生称誉认可的阅读第一书。

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