26. [C] essential
27. [M] suspicion
28. [G] miserable
29. [A] constantly
30. [O] watching
31. [J] records
32. [K] removed
33. [F] load
34. [I] properly
35. [H] pressure
36. [G] The Chetty data shows that neighborhoods and places mattered for children born in the San Jose area of the 1980s.
37. [D] The reasons kids in San Jose performed so well might seem obvious.
38. [K] The idea that those at the bottom can rise to the top is central to America's ideas about itself.
39. [B] Indeed, data suggests that this is one of the best places to grow up poor in America.
40. [J] But in today's America-a land of rising inequality
41. [I] Leaders in San Jose are determined to make sure that the city regains its status as a place where even poor kids can access the resources to succeed.
42. [E] Indeed, the streets of San Jose seem, in some ways, to embody the best of America.
43. [C] By contrast, just 4.4 percent of poor kids in Charlotte moved up to the top
44. [H] Some San Jose residents say that as inequality has grown in recent years
45. [F] But researchers aren 't sure exactly why poor kids in San Jose did so well.
46. [D] They lack the necessary resources to address pupils’ mental problems.
47. [A] They have deteriorated due to budget cuts.
48. [B] At school.
49. [C] Students are more comfortable seeking counselling in school.
50. [D] A change in the conception of what schools are.
51. [A] To illustrate people’s peculiar shopping behavior.
52. [D] To make customers believe they are getting a bargain.
53. [B] The E conomist’s promotional strategy works.
54. [C] To trap customers into buying the more pricey item.
55. [B] By comparing it with other choices.