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    A PRANK (恶作剧) is naughty behavior that is at most scoldedif it gets too much. This is  41three Chinese students studying in California in the US described what they had done.
    Zhai Yunyao, Yang Yuhan and Zhang Xinlei, all 19, called it a “prank” when they took their classmate Liu Yiran to a park where “Liu was … beaten, spat (
    吐痰) on,  42with cigarettes and forced to eat her own hair during a five-hour attack”, 43the Associated Press.
    However, their “prank” in March 2015 was  44a crime in the US. The punishment was years in prison for kidnappingand assault (
    攻击). Zhai was  45to 13 years in prison, Yang to 10 years and Zhang to six years on Feb 17. They will be sent back to China  46serving their sentences, reported The Los Angeles Times.
    The bullying (
    欺凌) case has caused quite a discussion in China where school bullying is not  47__ but is seldom considered a crime. According to a survey done by China Youth Daily in July last year, 73.3 percent of the 1,002  48 said they had experienced or seen bullying cases at school.
    However,  49 offenders (
    冒犯者) receive proper punishment. In most of the cases, offenders only get criticism from schools. Offenders under 14 have no criminal  50. Those aged between 14 and 16 usually get a light punishment only when they 51serious crimes like murder and rape (强奸), according to China’s laws.
     “The articles about protecting minors (
    未成年人) have started to get 52punishing school bullies,” commented an article in Bandao Metropolis Daily. “Some bullies even use the laws as a shield (挡箭牌) for their violent  53.” In  54, the US is quite tough on bullying.
      A(n) 55of 46 of the 50 US states now have their own anti-bullying laws, according to the US Department of Education. Bullying, according to those anti-bullying laws, 56 not only direct physical contact like hitting, but also verbal assaults like name-calling.
    Also, judges in the US have the right to 57 minor offenders as adults if the cases are serious or if they have criminal records.
      China could learn from the US,58its legal system to stop bullying, some people have suggested. Huang Zhiyuan, a procurator (
    检察官) at the Henan People’s Procuratorate, advocated lowering the criminal age in Procuratorate Daily. Li Fangchao of China Daily advised China to make a  59anti-bullying law.
     A more profound (
    深刻的) message the case showed to us is that “the common tolerant60toward bullying should be changed”, commented Jiaxing Daily. “When teenagers do something wrong, we should tolerate and help them when necessary. But all of these have a limit.”

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    42. A. forced           B. burned              C. thrown             D. punished

    43.A. committed           B.described        C. commented         D. reported

    44.A. actually  B. really           C. badly              D. terribly

    45.A. taken            B. sent            C. put                D. sentenced

    46. A. while             B. before          C. after   D. on

    47. A. often              B. rare     C. regular              D. common

    48. A. respondents         B. consultants      C. assistants           D. accountants

    49. A. a few            B. few     C. many                       D. none

    50. A. opportunity       B. challenges        C. worries             D. responsibility

    51. A. murder           B. commit      C. act                D. take

    52. A. rid of            B. along with        C. in the way of        D. out of 

    53. A. behavior       B. belief           C. mistake           D. bully

    54. A. conclusion        B. disbelief        C. a word            D. contrast

    55. A. number           B. group          C. total              D. quantity

    56. A. includes              B. contains         C. confirms           D. indicates

    57. A. think            B. play          C. treat              D. punish

    58. A. improving    B. correcting     C. benefiting             D. changing

    59. A. terrific          B. clear           C. related            D. specific

    60. A .reaction         B. attitude       C. understanding      D. consideration

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