1） By using the expression “……”， the author implies that…。
2） From the passage we know that the author ——。
3） How does the author fee1 about？
4） It can be seen from the passage that the author regards with ——。
5） The author of the passage seems to be…
6） The author seems to be in favor of the idea of…
7） The author‘s attitude towards…… might be best summarized as—’
8） The author‘s purpose of writing this article is…
9） What does the writer think of …… ？
10） What‘s the author’s opinion （attitude）？
11） What‘s the tone of the passage？
12） Which of the fo1lowing the author is most likely to agree with？
Around the world more and more people are taking part in dangerous sports and activities. Of course， there have always been people who have looked for adventure —— those who have climbed the highest mountains， explored unknown parts of the world or sailed in small boats across the greatest oceans. Now， however， there are people who seek an immediate excitement from a risky activity which may on1y last a few minutes or even seconds.
I would consider bungee jumping to be a good example of such an activity. You jump from a high place （perhaps a bridge or a hot-air balloon） 200 meters above the ground with an e1astic rope tied to your ankles. You fall at up to 150 kilometers an hour until the rope stops you from hitting the ground. It is estimated that two million people around the world have now tried bungee jumping. Other activities which most people would say are as risky as bungee jumping involve jumping from tall buildings and diving into the sea from the top of high cliffs.
Why do people take part in such activities as these？ Some psychologists suggest that it is because life in modern societies has become safe and boring. Not very long ago， peoples lives were constantly under threat. They had to go out and hunt for food， diseases could not easi1y be cured， and life was a continuous battle for survival.
Nowadays， according to many people， life offers little excitement. They live and work in comparatively safe environment； they buy food in shops； and there are doctors and hospitals to look after them if they become ill. The answer for some of these people is to seek danger in activities such as bungee jumping.
Question： The writer of the passage has a（n） ______ attitude towards dangerous sports.
A. positive B. negative
C. objective D. subjective