Questions 36 to 45 are based on the following passage.
Nearly a third of women are the main breadwinners in their household in Britain, according to a major survey.
Researchers said that in many relationships it was no longer assumed that the man would bring in the bigger income, (36)in a time of widespread redundancies (裁员).
In a(37) shift in attitudes, four out of ten women said that the career of whichever partner had the highest income would take(38)in the relationship.
In one in ten families, a house husband looks after the children and does the(39)while their female partner works full time.
Ten percent of women admitted this role (40) had put strains on their relationship and some said it had even led to them(41) company.
The Women and Work Survey 2010, commissioned (受……委托) by Grazia magazine, found that almost half of full-time mothers42not earning their own money.
And two thirds of the mothers among the 2,000 women in the survey said they wanted to keep working insome way after having children.
A(43) higher number of those with children under three said they would prefer to work--preferably part-time--rather than stay at home.
Victoria Harper of Grazia said,"Women are getting good jobs when they graduate, and working up the career(44)faster than they have ever done."
This means that there has to be more(45)between the roles of men and women in a relationship and when they have children.