Passage 2 total: 117 words
Her eagerness for a natural movement sent her to nature. She insisted that movement be as natural as the swaying of the trees and the rolling waves of the sea, and that body movement be in harmony with that of the Earth. Before Duncan danced, ballet was the only type of dance performed in concert. In the ballet the feet and legs were emphasized. Duncan performed dance by using all her body the freest possible way. Her dance stemmed from her soul and spirit.
1. Which of the following would be the best title of the passage?
A. The Evolution of Dance in the Twentieth Century
Artists of the Last Century
C. Natural Movement in Dance
D. A Pioneer in Modern Dance
2.What does Duncan’s pursuit for natural movememt produce?
A.a fame B.more audience C.severe criticize D.a close to nature
3.Where does Duncan’s understanding of modern dance come from?
A.influence of other dancers B.Duncan’s formal education
C.Duncan’s dancing skills D.her heart
4.The word “ballot” probably refers to ______.
A.a literature form B.a poem C.a form of dance D.ballod
5.Which of the following will the next paragraph probably discuss?
A. Honors received by Duncan.
B. Duncan’s childhood experience.
C. Other aspects of Duncan’s art.
D. What education did Duncan receive in her early childhood.
swaying of the trees：树的摆动
rolling waves of the sea：波浪翻滚
in harmony with：融洽协调
stem from：源于、滋生于（近义词：be rooted in, originate from, be attributee to）