The passage (author)…………….mainly because____？
Which of the following is chiefly responsible for…………？
………………………is largely due to________？
What is the main reason for ________？
1.The foremost reason why the BBC has to readjust itself is no other than ______________.（96年passage2第4题）
A.The emergence of commercial TV channel
B.The enforcement of Broadcasting Act by the government
C.The urgent necessity to reduce costs and jobs
D.The challenge of new satellite channels
原文：Yet the BBC will have to change, because the broadcasting world round it is changing.The commercial TV channels—I TV and Channel 4——were required by the Thatcher Government's Broadcasting Act to become more commercial, competing with each other for advertisers, and cutting costs and jobs.But it is the arrival of new satellite channels——funded partly by advertising and partly by viewers' subscriptions——which will bring about the biggest changes in the long term
2.According to the author, the great outburst of major inventions in early America was in a large due to _______.（96年passage4第1题）
C.the attractive premium system
D.a special way of thinking
原文：Among the many shaping factors, I would single out the country's excellent elementary schools; a labor force that welcomed the new technology; the practice of giving premiums to inventors: and above all the American genius for nonverbal, spatial thinking about things technological.
3.According to the author, what may chiefly be responsible for the moral decline of Japanese society？（00年passage4第2题）
A.Women's participation in social activities is limited.
B.More workers are dissatisfied with their jobs.
C.Excessive emphasis has been placed on the basics.
D.The lifestyle has been influenced by western values.
原文：But that may have more to do with Japanese lifestyle.
4.According to the text, the cost increase in the rail industry is mainly caused by _______.（03年passage3第5题）
A.The continuing acquisition.
B.The growing traffic.
C.The cheering Wall Street.
D.The shrinking market.
原文：many captive shippers also worry they will soon be hit with a round of huge rate increases.The railroad industry as a whole, despite its brightening fortunes, still does not earn enough to cover the cost of the capital it must invest to keep up with its surging traffic.Yet railroads continue to borrow billons to acquire one another, with Wall Street cheering them on.
5.Female capuchin moneys were chosen for the research most probably because they are _____.（05年passage1第3题）
A.More inclined to weigh what they get.
B.Attentive to researchers' instructions.
C.Nice in both appearance and temperament
D.More generous than their male companions.
原文：the researchers studied the behavior of female brown capuchin monkeys.They look cute.They are good natured, co-operative, creatures, and they share food readily.Above all, like their female human counterparts, they tend to pay much closer attention to the value of goods and services than males.