Опубликовано 09.04.2020 по предмету Английский язык от Гость

 



1.      Read

the book review  and complete the

multi-part verbs with these words.



 



Off, up(x3), out (x3), down, through(x2)



 



Tony Buzan is a world famous expert on ways of developing the mind

and intelligence. His latest book is called “Head First” – 10 ways to tap into

your natural genius. A few years ago, Buzan started to think about the topic of

intelligence but couldn’t (1) work out why

some so-called “intelligent” people did not seem very bright, while others who

failed to (2) get ……. exams appeared much more intelligent. Buzan (3) got……. to

work on this and eventually (4) came ……. with the ideas in his book.



His starting point is that everyone can do well if they get rid of

the barriers put up by the way they were educated and (5) brought ……. .The

first step is to boost your belief in yourself. Buzan’s performance in Maths (6)

went ……. a lot when he (7) found ……. he was in the top 1 percent of all

mathematicians. Secondly, it is important to realize that ability is not

something only for the talented few. For example, we are (8) put ……. singing

because we feel we haven’t got the “gift” but in fact we “sing” all the time

when we speak a language. His third lesson is that all of us are intelligent.

“There is only one intelligence test”, he says, ”and that is life on planet

Earth. Every day we are faced with new problems that we learn to handle”.



In the book, you can (9) go ……. a series of activities which will

change your perception of how intelligent you are. Personally, I (10) got a lot

……. of this book and would recommend it to anyone.



             

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Tony Buzan is a world famous expert on ways of developing the mind

and intelligence. His latest book is called “Head First” – 10 ways to tap into

your natural genius. A few years ago, Buzan started to think about the topic of

intelligence but couldn’t (1) work out why some so-called “intelligent” people did not seem very bright, while others who failed to (2) get …through…. exams appeared much more intelligent. Buzan (3) got…down…. to work on this and eventually (4) came …up…. with the ideas in his book.

His starting point is that everyone can do well if they get rid of the barriers put up by the way they were educated and (5) brought …up…. .The first step is to boost your belief in yourself. Buzan’s performance in Maths (6) went …up…. a lot when he (7) found …out…. he was in the top 1 percent of all mathematicians. Secondly, it is important to realize that ability is not something only for the talented few. For example, we are (8) put …off…. singing because we feel we haven’t got the “gift” but in fact we “sing” all the time when we speak a language. His third lesson is that all of us are intelligent.

“There is only one intelligence test”, he says, ”and that is life on planet

Earth. Every day we are faced with new problems that we learn to handle”.

 In the book, you can (9) go …through…. a series of activities which will

change your perception of how intelligent you are. Personally, I (10) got a lot

…out…. of this book and would recommend it to anyone.

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