[阅读选择]In a special report on cancer and blacks， the organization said blacks are usually diagnosed with cancer later than whites， and they are more likely to die of the disease.
Which may NOT be a reason for higher cancer death rates among US blacks?
A.Unequal access to medical care.
B.Greater probability of having other diseases.
C.Differences in the biology of the cancer.
答案解析：本段指出blacks are usually diagnosed with cancer later than whites，与D项内容是相反的，因此选D。
[阅读选择]Rhythm in literature is a more or less regular occurrence of certain elements of writing： a word， a phrase， an idea， a sound， or a grammatical construction. We are also accustomed to this recurrence in the alternate heavy and light beats in music. Our love for rhythm seems to be innate： witness the responses of a small child to lively music. Children love to beat on toy drums or empty boxes. They stamp their feet and chant nursery rhymes or nonsense syllables， not unlike primitive dancers. As children grow older， they are taught to restrain their responses to rhythm， but our love of rhythm remains. We live in rhythms; in fact we are governed by rhythms.
According to the passage， an adult‘s reaction to rhythm in music would probably be _____.
答案解析：该题的解题依据在本段结尾部分“As children grow older, they are taught to restrain their responses to rhythm…”。作者讲：随着孩子的年龄逐渐增大，大人就会教他们抑制对节奏的反应，等他们长大之后，他们对音乐节奏的反应，更可能受到抑制。