Questions 6to 10are based on the fo1lowing passage
When we talk about intelligence,we do not mean the ability to get good scores oncertainkinds of tests or even the ability to do well in school-By intelligence we mean away ofliving and behaving , especially in a new situation · If we want to test
intelligence , weneed to find out how a person acts instead of how much he knowswhat to do.
For example,when in a new situation , an intelligent person thinks about thesituation,not about himself or what might happen to him ·He tries to find out all becan , and thenhe acts immediately and tries to do something about it-He probably isn'tsure how it willall work out, but at least he tries ·And if he cannot make things work outright , he doesn 'tfeel ashamed that he failed, he just tries to learn from his mistakes Anintelligent person,even if he is very young , has a special outlook on life,a special
fceling about life , andhow he fits into it .
lf you look at children , you'll see great difference between what we call
“bright"children and "non-bright" children -They are actually two dffferent kinds ofpeople , notjust the same kind with different amount of intelligence 'For example , thebright childreally wants to find out about life-he tries to get in touch with everythingaround him Butthe unintelligent child keeps more to himself and his own dream-world :he seems to havea wall between him and life in general.
6.According to this passage , intelligence is._.
A.the ability to study well
B.the ability to do we1 1 in school
C.the ability do deal with life
D.the ability to get high scores on some tests
7.In a new situation, an inte1ligent person__.
A.cares more about himself
B.is sure of the result he will get
C.concentrates on what to do about the situation
D.knows more about what might happen to him
8.If an intelligent person failed , he would .
A.t ry not to feel ashamed
B.learn from his mistakes
C.try to regret as much as possible
D.make sure what result he would get
9.Bright children and non-bright children .
A.are two different types of children
B.have different knowledge about the world
C.have difference only in their way of thinkingD.are different mainly in their degree of cleverness
10.An unintelligent person can become intelligent if he __.A.keeps more to himself
B.stay in his dream wor1dC.has a wall before himD.tries to find out what life is