Questions 26 to 31 are based on the following passage.
Hippies were members of a youth movement of the 1960’s and 1970's that started in the United States and spread to Canada，Great Britain，and many other countries.The hippies rejected the customs，traditions，and life styles of society and tried to develop those of their own.Most hippies came from white middle-class families and ranged in age from 15 to 25 years old.They thought too many adults cared about making money and little else.The term ”hippie” may have come from the word ”hip”，which means ”tuned-in” or ”aware”.
Hippies wanted a world based on love of humanity and peace.Many believed that wonderful，magical change were about to take place.They thought these changes would happen as soon as people learned to express their feelings honestly and to behave naturally at all times.Hippies strongly opposed U.S.involvement in the Vietnam War.
Many hippies lived together in small groups，working with one another and sharing possessions.Others refused to be tied down to a fixed job or home.They wandered from place to place seeking part-time work and temporary shelter.Some begged for spare change and lived in the streets or camped in parks or other public lands.
Hippies were sometimes called “flower children” because they gave people flowers to communicate gentleness and love.They wore long hair and walked barefoot or in sandals(拖鞋).Hippies attracted public attention by wearing clothing that featured unusual combinations of colors and textures.A large umber of hippies used marijuana，LSD，and 0ther drugs.Drug experiences shaped their ideas.
The Beatles，a popular English rock group，helped spread the hippie movement with their songs.Hippie favorites included other rock groups as the Grateful Dead and the Jefferson Airp1ane，singers Joan Baez and Bob Dylan，poet Allen Ginsberg，and novelist Ken Kesey.Many hippies admired Timothy Leary，a psychologist who preached salvation(拯救)through the use of drugs.
In time，most hippies realized it was not easy to reform society by ”dropping out” of it.Some joined more organized political movements to work for specific social causes.Others turned to spirituality or religion.The majority simply left the hippie stage of their 1ives behind while trying to hold on to at least a few of the ideals that once inspired them.
26.Which of the following is a proper description of the hippies?
A.Hippies valued independence and didn’t like to live together or share possessions.
B.Hippies tended to stick to one job forever.
C.Hippies took drugs to escape from the miserable society.
D.Hippies tried to establish their own life styles.
27.It can be inferred from the passage that hippies called themselves“hippies” because___
A.they wanted to be different and independent
B.they wanted people to be aware of the necessity for radical changes
C.they considered traditional values worthless
D.they begged people to notice the changes around themselves
28.According to the passage，the TRUE statement is___.
A.many hippies had to beg because no firms would hire them
B.Timothy Leary，a preacher, was the leader of the hippie movement
C.drugs had a very important.influence on hippies’ ideas
D.the hippie movement was first known to the British people through the Beatles songs
29.From the last paragraph，We learn that the hippie movement finally declined because most of the hippies___.
A.turned to more active ways to reform society
B.lost hope for a better society
C.joined more organized political movements
D.gave up some of their original ideas
30.Which of the following words represents the author's attitude towards the hippie movement?
A. 协调性 B.安全性c.集成性 D.可拓展性
A.单速率传送 B.单业务传送 C.采用宽带射频信道 D.应用低频段频谱资源
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