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2010职称英语综合A级练习:阅读判断
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  下面的短文后列出了7个句子,请根据短文的内容对每个句子做出判断:如果该句提供的是正确信息,请选择A;如果该句提供的是错误信息,请选择B;如果该句的信息文中没有提及,请选择C。
  Creating a World without Smoking
  Smoking will be banned in all pubs, clubs and workplaces from next year after historic votes in the Commons last night. After last-minute appeals from health campaigners, MPs opted for a blanket prohibition which will start in summer 2007,ending months of argument over whether smokers should be barred in pubs and restaurants only. They voted to ban smoking in all pubs and clubs by 384 to 184,a surprisingly large majority of 200.
  Smoking will still be allowed in the home and in places considered to be homes, such as prisons, care homes and hotels.
  Smokers lighting up in banned areas will face a fixed penality notice of £50 and spot fines of £200 will be introduced for failing to display no-smoking signs, with the possible penalty, if the issue goes to court, increasing to £1,000.
  Carpline Flint, the Public Health Minister, also announced that the fine for failing to stop people smoking in banned areas would be increased to £2,500-more than ten times the £200 originally proposed.
  The Bill also allows the Government to increase the age for buying cigarettes. Ministers will consult on raising it from 16 to 18.
  The Bill now goes to the Lords but will be through by the summer recess.
  Even a plan to allow smoking to continue in private clubs was thrown out as MPs on all sides were given permission to vote with their conscience rather than on a party line.
  Patricia Hewitt, the Health Secretary, said the Health Bill would ban smoking in “virtually every enclosed public place and workplace” in England and save thousands of lives a year. Smoke-free workplaces and public places “will become the norm”.
  She said: “An additional 600,000 people will give up smoking as a result of this law and millions more will be protected from second-hand smoke.”
  Peter Hollins, director-general of the British Heart Foundation, said: “The vote is a landmark victory for the public health of this country and will save the lives of many people.”
16. A ban on smoking in all pubs, clubs and workplaces will begin in summer 2007.
A. Right
B. Wrong
C.Not mentioned

17. The law doesn’t seem to apply to officials.
A. Right
B. Wrong
C.Not mentioned

18. One can nevertheless smoke at home.
A. Right
B. Wrong
C.Not mentioned

19. There is a possibility for the Government to raise the age for buying cigarettes.
A. Right
B. Wrong
C.Not mentioned

20. The Government will shut down cigarette factories in large numbers.
A. Right
B. Wrong
C.Not mentioned

21. The Government will definitely impose a much heavier tax on tobacco.
A. Right
B. Wrong
C.Not mentioned

22. The Government will take necessary measures to help smokers give up smoking.
A. Right
B. Wrong
C.Not mentioned

参考答案
16.A 17.B 18.A 19.A 20.C 21.C 22.C

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