Conversation begins almost the moment we come into contact with another and continues throughout the day (56) the aid of cell phones and computers. However, we are so often absorbed in conversation that we (57) sight of its true purpose and value.
One important (58) of a good conversation is that the words are (59) used to express thoughts and feelings. We are (60) deep thoughts and strong emotions, yet our vocabularies are not (61) for this expression, and many (62) little effort to expand that. Perhaps you see a movie that (63) you deeply, yet you have the following conversation: “So, what did you think of the film ” “Oh, my God, it was so sad, I swear. I went through (64) a box of tissues (面巾纸). I was in tears.” This dialogue is (65) an effective way of expressing feelings. It gives no (66) of how or why the movie truly (67) you. Such commonly-used phrases are certainly not enough to describe a deeply moving experience. However, not only (68) try to avoid overused words, you must (69) be careful in your selection. The purpose of expanding vocabulary is not to use the (70) or most impressive words, but to find those best suiteD、 What is lacking in many conversations is the ability to talk to another rather than just talking with that person.A (71) person will find that even in the most ordinary conversations. There are a thousand questions (72) to be asked if you have courage and a desire for exchange. Good conversations should not be (73) nonsense, but of a meeting of two (74) the human condition. It should bring a better understanding of others and offer a release of emotions more than drive away (75) thoughts or kill time. A．too B．never C．also D．yet