Tourism has become a very big (41) . For Spain, Italy and Greece it is the largest (42) of foreign exchange, and even for Britain, it is the fourth. Faced with this hug new income, no government can afford to look (43) on the business ; questions of hotel bath rooms, beach umbrellas and ice-cream sales are now discussed by ministers of tourism with solemn expertise. Before the Second World War the tourist industry was widely regarded as being unmanly and stupid But tourism has become a new industry, as trade business used (44) ;in Spain, Italy,. Greece and much of Eastern Europe, new road systems have opened up in the country, first to tourists, and then to industry and locals.
Much of tourism is a nationalized industry, a (45) part of national planning. In a place west of Marseilles, the French government is killing mosquitoes and building six big vacation places to (46) nearly a million tourists.In Eastern Europe, a whole new seaside (47) has sprung up (48) the last few years: the governments have greatly (49) when tourists from the West (50) from half a million four years ago to nearly two million last year.
A. firm B.business C. company D. affair
A. factor B. resource C. source D. cause
A. up B. at C. for D. down
A.be done B.done C.to do D.to doing
A. key B. minor C.linking D. questioning
A. attract B. pull C.hold D. contain
A.civilization B.culture C.writing D.book
A.over B. for C. after D. beyond
A. suffered B.lost C.invested D.benefited
A. added B. divided C. reduced D. multiplied