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  1. By saying "the growth of the proportion...to younger generations." (Line 2, Para. 5 ), Anthea Tinker really means that
  [A] currently wealth flows from older generation to younger generation
  [B] traditionally wealth flows from younger generation to older generation
  [C] with the increasingly big population of over 50, the trend arises that wealth flows from younger generation to older generation
  [D] with more and more people of over 50, traditions have been reversed
  2. Why are today’s older middle-aged and elderly becoming the new winners?
  [A]Because they made relatively small contributions in tax, but younger generation will possibly hand over more than a third of their lifetime’s earnings for the care of them.
  [B] Because they contributed a lot in tax and now can claim much on the welfare system.
  [C] Because they made small contributions, but now can make money easily.
  [D] Because they outnumber younger generation and enjoy more privileges in the present society.
  3. Which factor pushed up house prices?
  [A] Many young men, who live alone, have increased demand for houses.
  [B] Many young men need to rent more houses.
  [C] It is easy to apply for a mortgage for young generation.
  [D] The number of older people, many of whom live alone, becomes bigger and bigger.
  4. In what way does Laura Lenox-Conyngham make her living?
  [A] By taking photographs for magazines.
  [C] By subletting the lounge sofa-bed to her brother.
  [B] By marrying a rich man.
  [D] By preparing food for photographs for some magazines.
  5. We can conclude from the passage that
  [A] today’s under-thirties are leading a miserable life in Britain
  [B] Laura Lenox-Conyngham’s attitude to work and life represents that of many young professionals in Britain
  [C] life can get harder for under-thirties in Britain
  [D] elders enjoy extremely high living standards in Britain

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