23. Parkrun is different from Olympic games in that it .
[A] aims at discovering talents
[B] focuses on mass competition
[C] does not emphasize elitism
[D] does not attract first-timers
24. With regard to mass sports, the author holds that governments should .
[A] organize "grassroots" sports events
[B] supervise local sports associations
[C] increase funds for sports clubs
[D] invest in public sports facilities
25. The author's attitude to what UK governments have done for sports is .
26. According to Jenny Radesky, digital products are designed to
[A] simplify routine matters
[B] absorb user attention
[C] better interpersonal relations
[D] increase work efficiency
27. Radesky's food-testing exercise shows that mothers'use of devices
[A] takes away babies'appetite
[B] distracts children's attention
[C] slows down babies' verbal development
[D] reduces mother-child communication
28. Radesky cites the "still face experiment" to show that .
[A] it is easy for children to get used to blank expressions
[B] verbal expressions are unnecessary for emotional exchange
[C] children are insensitive to changes in their parents'mood
[D] parents need to respond to children's emotional needs
29. The oppressive ideology mentioned by Tronick requires parents to .
[A] protect kids from exposure to wild fantasies
[B] teach their kids at least 30,000 words a year
[C] ensure constant interaction with their children
[D] remain concerned about kids' use of screens
30. According to Tronick, kids'use of screens may .
[A] give their parents some free time
[B] make their parents more creative
[C] help them with their homework
[D] help them become more attentive
31. One of the reasons for high-school graduates not taking a gap year is that .
[A] they think it academically misleading
[B] they have a lot of fun to expect in college
[C] it feels strange to do differently from others
[D] it seems worthless to take off-campus courses
32. Studies from the US and Australia imply that taking a gap year helps .
[A] keep students from being unrealistic
[B] lower risks in choosing careers
[C] ease freshmen's financial burdens
[D] relieve freshmen of pressures