It can be inferred from the passage that _______.
School bullying remains a commonplace everyday experience in Europe
School bullying is less effective at aiding aggressors than harming victims
The root causes of bullying are simpler than its consequences for victims
School bullying and other forms of aggression US high-school students the most
Correct Answer: GET
Knowledge: Reading Comprehension
It can be inferred from the passage that
A. School bullying is still a common everyday experience in Europe
B. School bullying is less effective in helping the aggressor than harming the victim
C. The underlying cause of bullying is more obvious than its consequences for the victim
D. School bullying and other forms of aggression most affect US high school students
Information: Generally speaking, however, bullying is more effective at harming victims than aiding aggressors
Translated: In general, however, bullying does more harm to the victim than to help the aggressor.
=> Choose the answer NO
School bullying remains a commonplace everyday experience in Europe, with a recent survey indicating that one in five children report being bullied in school. This figure is even higher in some countries, such as the UK, where the figure is closer to one in three.
Bullying can have a devastating impact on children’s mental health and wellbeing, leading to depression, anxiety, and even self-harm. It is also linked to poorer academic performance, with bullying victims often missing school or struggling to concentrate in class.
The most common forms of bullying are verbal abuse, such as name-calling and teasing, as well as physical violence and cyberbullying. The latter has become increasingly prevalent in recent years, with the widespread use of smartphones and social media making it easier for bullies to target and harass their victims online.
It can be inferred from the passage that bullying is a major problem in Europe, with significant consequences for children’s mental health and academic performance.