Task 4 (8 points)
Fill each of the numbered gaps in the following passage. Use only one word in each gap. The task begins with an example (0).


A new study finds that people remember lectures (0) better when they have taken handwritten notes, rather than typed ones.

Using laptops, students tend to take plenty of notes (1) they can type much faster than they can write. Moreover, when students take notes using laptops, they try to write down (2) word uttered by their professor.

Contrary (3)  students’ belief that word-for-word note taking is more effective for their learning, (4)  study shows that students (5) take direct notes remember significantly less information than (6) handwriting groupmates. Faster typing speeds allow students to transcribe a lecture word for word (7) devoting much thought to the content. At the same time, writing is slower than typing, so students listen, digest and summarize the information in (8) a way that they capture the essence of the information and remember it.
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