Which of the following is not mentioned as one of the roles the robots can play？
The passage implies that______.
A．even doctors can not decide when and where Alzheimer"s disease appear
B．it is difficult for some doctors to recognize Alzheimer"s disease sometimes
C．certain memory problems will certainly cause Alzheimer"s disease
D．forgetfulness and memory are something relevant to Alzheimer"s disease
Which of the following is not mentioned as one of the factors causing dementia？
A．Having Alzheimer"s disease.
B．Taking certain medications.
C．Being upset or socially isolated.
D．Taking too much vitamin E.
The word "groundbreaking"(Para. 7)can be best interpreted as______.
In todays job marketplace, you can expect the interview to be a "structured" event— each candidate will be asked the same predetermined questions rather than a process guided by whatever questions【C1】______to float into the minds of the panel.(This standardization aims to provide a better basis for comparing candidates and reducing bias on the【C2】______of race or gender.)The Industrial Relation Service survey found that nine out of 10 interviews are now【C3】______, compared with seven out of 10 two years ago. An increasing number of interviews are also "situational". This means that candidates are asked questions【C4】______"What would you do if...？", an【C5】______that lets them provide practical examples of how they would【C6】______particular situations, whether or not they have had any direct experience of them. 【C7】______their increasing rigour, interviews are generally becoming a lot less formal. Candidates and【C8】______are now much more likely to sit on sofas than face each other across a large table. Fran Minogue of recruitment company Norman Broad Bent believes that selection panels "aim to【C9】______people so they can open up and do as much talking as possible. " This new informality(不拘礼仪)also reflects the decreasing importance【C10】______to hierarchy(等级制度)within organizations.
Speaker A: You are one of the most talented artists in the world. Would you please take a look at my paintings and give me your advice？ Speaker B:______
A．Well, my paintings are not so wonderful. I"m not sure if I can help you.
B．Thank you, but I"m not as talented as you think. So I"m not sure if I"m the right person to give you any advice.
C．Thanks for the compliment, but I really don"t think I deserve it. Anyway, I would be happy to look at your paintings.
D．You must be flattering me. My paintings are not so good as you think.
Speaker A: Oh, no. Its six oclock already and I still havent finished these exercises. Speaker B: ______
A．Well, you should never leave till tomorrow what you can do today.
B．If I were you, I would do them more carefully.
C．Come what may, I"ll be on your side.
D．Don"t worry. The clock is half an hour fast. You still have plenty of time to do them.
Speaker A: Joanna, Im awfully sorry. I didnt mean to hurt you. Shall we have a beer and forget the whole thing？ Speaker B: ______
A．You must be kidding. You have never hurt me.
B．That"s a good idea. Where shall we go？
C．OK, we can drop it this time. But don"t do it again.
D．I"d love to, but I have to go to the airport to meet my brother.