2016年职称英语卫生类A级真题及答案(第6部分)

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    第6部分:完形填空(第51——65题,每题1分,共l5分)

  下面的短文有15处空白,请根据短文内容为每处空白确定一个最佳选项。

  Stage Fright

  Fallow as you come onstage. That's an odd trick. Not recommended. But it saved the pianist Vladimir F6rltsman when he was a teenager back in Moscow. The veteran cellist Mstislav Rostropovictf tripped him purposely to cure him of pre-performance panic Mr. Feltsman said, " All my fright was - ( 51 ). I already fell what else could happen?"

  Today, music schools are addressing the problem of anxiety in classes that _ (52) with performance techniques and career preparation. There are a variety of strategies that musicians can learn to _ (53) stage fright and its symptoms: icy fingers, shaky

  limbs, racing heart, blank mind.

  Teachers and psychologists offer wide-range advice, from basics like learning pieces inside out, _ (54) metal discipline, such as visualizing a performance and taking steps to relax. Don't _ (55) that you're jittery, they urge; some excitement is natural, even necessary for dynamic playing. And play in public often, simply for the experience.

  Psychotherapist Diane Nichols suggests some ( 56 ) for the moments before performance, "Take two deep abdominal breaths, open up your shoulders, then smile, she says. "And not one of these 'please don't kill me' smiles. Then( 57) three friendly faces in the audience, people would communicate with and make music to, and make eye contact with them." She doesn't want performers to think of the audience (58)a judge Extreme demands by mentors or parents are often says Dorothy Delay, a well-known violin teacher. She what their students are able to achieve. at the _ (59) of stage fright, tells other teachers to demand only When Lynn Harrell was 20, he became he principal cellist of the Cleverland and he suffered extreme stage fright. "There were times when I got so Orchestra, (60) I was sure the audience could see my chest responding to the throbbing. It was just total panic.came to a _ ( 61 ) where I thought 'If I have to go through this to play music, I think I'm going to look for another job. Recovery, he said, involved developing humility-recognizing that not a disaster.( 62 ) his talent, he was fallible, and that an imperfect concert was

  It is not only young artists who suffer, of course. The legendary pianist Vladimir Horowitz's nerves were famous. The great tenor Franco Corelli is another example. "They had to push him on stage," Soprano Renata Scotto recalled ( 63 ) , success can make things worse. "In the beginning of your career, when you're scared to death, nobody knows who you are, and they don't have any( 64) ," Soprano June Anderson said. " There's you're known, people are coming to see you, and they have a lot to lose. "(65) to lose. Later on, when certain expectations. You have Anderson added, "I never stop being nervous until I've sung

  51 A gone B saved C assessed D observed

  52 A work B deal C enroll D communicate

  53 A explain B understand C fight D analyze

  54 A to B of C at D for

  55 A tell B deny C confirm D argue

  56 A reasons B supports C strategies D demands

  57 A watch B draw C recognize D choose

  58 A as B like C by D on

  59 A time B rate C root D beginning

  60 A decisive B excited C grateful D nervous

  61 A room B moment C corner D point

  62 A whenever B whatever C wherever D however

  63 A Actually B Correspondingly C Certainly D Similarly

  64 A sensations B appreciations C expectation D contributions

  65 A much B less C some D more

  参考答案:ABCAB CDACD DBACB 

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