|第2题：Unlike science,progress in technology must be measured in terms of the human factor.Technology must be our slave and（）.|
A.not the reverse
B.not the version
C.not the same
D.not the prejudice
|第4、5、6、7、8题：Heroin addictions today is found chiefly among young men of minority groups in ghetto(犹太人区)areas.Of the more than 60,000 known addicts,more than half live in New York State.Most of them live in New York City.Recent figures show that more than half of the addicts are under 30 years of age.|
Narcotic addiction in the United States is not limted to heroin users.Some middle-aged and older people who take narcotic drugs regularly to relieve pain can also become addicted.So do some people who can get drugs easily,such as doctors,nurses,and pharmacists.Studies show that this type of addict has personality and emotional problems very similar to those of other regular narcotic users.
Many addicts admit that getting a continued supply is the main object of their lives.An addict's concentration on getting drugs often prevents continuing an education or working at a job.His health is often poor.He may be sick one day from
the effects of withdrawal and sick the next day from an overdose.Statistics show that an addict's life span may be shortened by 15 to 20 years.The addict is usually in trouble with the family and almost always in trouble with the law.
Some studies suggest that many of the known narcotic addicts had some trouble with the law before they became addicted.Once addicted,they may become even more involved with crime because it costs so much to support the heroin habit.
Most authorities agree that the addict's involvement with crime is not a direct
effect of the drug itself.Turning to crime is usually the only way to get that much money.The addicts' crimes are nearly always thefts or other crimes againstproperty.
Federal penalties for illegal narcotics usage were established under the Harris
on Act of 1914.The Act provides that illegal possession of narcotics is punishable by fines and/or imprisonment.Sentences can range from 2 to 10 years for the first offense,5 to 20 years for the second,and 10 to 20 years for further offenses.
Illegal sale of narcotics can mean a fine of $20,000 and a sentence from 20 to
40 years for later offenses.A person who sells narcotics to someone under 18 is refused parole and probation,even for the first offense.If the drug is heroin,he
can be sentenced to life imprisonment or to death.
21. What is the topic of this passage?
• How to cure a drug addict.
B.Heroin and narcotic.
C. The harm of the drugs and the antidrug measures taken by the government.
D.The American laws.
22. An addict cannot continue his eduction or work at a job,because of____
A.his concentration on getting drugs
C.his emotional problems
D.his stortage of money
23. According to the author,how can the addicts get the money for drugs?
A.Borrow from their families. B.By hard working.
C.In an illegal way. D.The author doesn't mention it.
24. According to the author,who can get narcotic easily?
A.Government men. B.Medical workers.
C.The minorities. D.The Jews.
25. A person who sell heroin to a kid can be
• fined $20,000.
B. sentenced to 5 to 20 years in prison.
C. sentenced to 20 to 40 years in prison.
D. sentenced to death.
|第9题：The police chief announced that the case would soon be inquired（）|