A recent parliamentary report blames the government and the food industry for the growth in obesity. The Department of Transport is blamed for not doing enough to__1__facilities for pedestrians and cyclists while__2__ to pressure from motoring organizations representing car users. The Ministry of Education is__3__of selling off school playing fields and not doing enough to__4__adequate facilities for physical education and games. Young people in Britain have become crazy about football(soccer and rugby)，but too often as__5__“couch potatoes”。
The food industry is blamed for promoting junk food to school children and not doing enough to__6__down on sugar，fats and salt in prepared foods. The industry，__7__by the current popularity of the Atkins low-carbohydrate diet，has begun to __8__，but it is trying to protect a huge market and will need to do__9__more if it is to__10__off increased regulation.
Japan seems less__11__so far by the problem of obesity，__12__ as the Japanese diet becomes increasingly__13__(burgers and doughnuts)the problem will grow. __14__，Japanese cuisine has become highly popular in Britain. It is seen as healthy in a different way from the Mediterranean diet__15__its emphasis on tomatoes and olive oil combined with red wine.
A fairly small amount of red wine is now__16__as beneficial to the heart，__17__its other encouraging properties. But Britain has to do more to__18__the problems of alcoholism__19__with the binge-drinking culture—including violence and vandalism. Limited consumption of alcohol，as long as it is not__20__with driving，is harmless and possibly beneficial.
1. [A] stimulate [B] commend [C] promote [D] elevate
2. [A] submitting [B] subjecting [C] subordinating [D] surrendering
3. [A] charged [B] denounced [C] scolded [D] accused
4. [A] assure [B] ensure [C] secure [D] guard
5. [A] speculating [B] spectating [C] specializing [D] sightseeing
6. [A] fall [B] get [C] cut [D] bring
7. [A] stung [B] bitten [C] chewed [D] licked
8. [A] retort [B] refute [C] respond [D] resolve
9. [A] abundantly [B] considerably [C] extensively [D] principally
10. [A] defend [B] beat [C] hold [D] ward
11. [A] upset [B] affected [C] effected [D] impressed
12. [A] or [B] for [C] but [D] if
13. [A] popularized [B] globalized [C] westernized [D] localized
14. [A] Accordingly[B] Interestingly [C] Surprisingly [D] Strikingly
15. [A] as [B] on [C] but [D] with
16. [A] accepted [B] approved [C] assumed [D] acknowledged
17. [A] but for [B] let alone [C] regardless of [D] much less
18. [A] cope [B] challenge [C] tackle [D] undertake
19. [A] matched [B] related [C] united [D] associated
20. [A] bonded [B] combined [C] merged [D] incorporated