Dreams are a fascinating subject. Many psychologists today say
that dreams are the bridge between our conscious and unconscious
mind. They suggest that you try to write down the dreams that you
remember as soon as you wake up. Then, you can try to interpret
them by comparing the dream with situations in your life.（Most
dreams relate to things that happened in the past 24 to 48 hours.）
Sometimes dreams may explain things you are trying to suppress;
other times they might relate to things that are troubling or depressing
you. In general, dreams relate to familiar events and have reasonable
explanations. If you are receptive to this kind of analysis, answers will
tend to emerge. Most researchers also agree that the dreamer
himself will usually come up with the best interpretation of his dream
since no one else has had his exact experiences.
( ) 1. Why are dreams a fascinating subject？
(A) It helps us to remember things.
(B) It is unconscious.
(C) It has connection with things that happened in our life.
(D) It is analyzed by psychologist.
( ) 2. What are dreams about？
(A) Things that happened within the past two days.
(B) Unfamiliar events.
(C) Things that are experienced by most people.
(D) Things that you can no longer remember.
( ) 3. What are the values of dreams？
(A) Explaining things that you are trying to suppress.
(B) Relating to things that are troubling you.
(C) Helping you to interpret things.
(D) All three of the above.
( ) 4. Who is the best person to interpret your dreams？
(A) the dreamer himself. (B) psychologists.
(C) people who are good at analysis. (D) researchers.