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銆銆1. ----- Is there anything else to discuss?

銆銆------ _________, I guess.

銆銆A. Not at all B. No ,that's all C. Yes , I 'm sure D. Yes , of course

銆銆2. The development of industry has been _______ gradual process throughout ______human existence from stone tools to modern technology.

銆銆A.涓嶅~; the B.the;a C. a;涓嶅~ D.a;a

銆銆3. No matter how bright a talker you are , there are times when it 's better ______ silent.

銆銆A. remain B, be remaining C, having remained D, to remain

銆銆4. I made a promise to myself _______ this year, my first year in high school , would be different.

銆銆A, whether B, what C, that D, how

銆銆5. Studying Wendy's menu , I found that many of the items are similar to ______ of McDonald's .

銆銆A, those B, ones C, any D, all

銆銆6. _______ all the animals I 've ever had ,those two dogs are the most sensitive to the spoken word..

銆銆A. From B. Of C. For D. With

銆銆7. Your _______ as a student will be excellent if you develop a habit of reflecting on how you learn.

銆銆A, opinion B, growth C, performance D, character

銆銆8. I think Tom, as the head of a big department, should either study regualrly or ______ his job.

銆銆A, quits B, to quit C, quitting D, quit

銆銆9. We live in an age ________ more information is available with great ease than ever before.

銆銆A, why B, when C, to whom D, on which

銆銆10. The research lacks ________ evidence ,and therefore , its conclusions are doubtful.

銆銆A, solid B, fierce C, severe D, potential

銆銆11. " It's such a nice place," Mother said as she sat at the table______ for customers.

銆銆A, to be reserved B, having reserved C, reserving D, reserved

銆銆12. According to scientists, our mental abilities begin to ___ from the age of 27 after reaching the highest level at 22.

銆銆A, differ B, shrink C, fail D, decline

銆銆13. Peter had intended to take a job in business, but ______ that plan after the unpleasant experience in Canada in 2010.

銆銆A, had abandoned B, abandoned C, abandon D, will abandon

銆銆14. Brown said he was by no means annoyed; _______ he was glad to be able make himself clearly understood.

銆銆A, all in all B, for one thing C, on the contrary D, by the way

銆銆15. Armed with the information you have gathered , you can ________ preparing your business plan. A, set out B, set about C, set off D, set up

銆銆16. ----- Alvin , are you coming with us?

銆銆------ I'd love to , but something unexpected __________.

銆銆A, has come up B, was coming up C, had come up D, would come up

銆銆17. Ellen was a painter of birds and nature, _______, for some reason , had withdrawn from all human society. A, which B, who C, where D, whom

銆銆18. Mike was usually so careful, ________this time he made a small mistake.

銆銆A, yet B, still C, even D, thus

銆銆19. Had they known what was coming next, they ________ second thoughts.

銆銆A, may have B, could have C, must have had D, might have had

銆銆20. ----- I'm going to San Francisco for a couple of days .

銆銆------ ________, I wish I could get away for a while.

銆銆A. It doesn't matter B. Forget it. C. I really envy you D. I can't agree more

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銆銆" Just sign here, sir," the deliveryman said as he handed Oscar Reyna a package.

銆銆The package consisted of a long , narrow box ___21____ wrapped in brown paper. __22___ the box , Oscar saw an umbrella inside—— a very old one with a beautifully carved handle. ____23___He had not seen it in more than 20 years , he recognized it ____24____.

銆銆Oscar was 16 when he first saw the ___25____ umbrella. He had gone to a concert with his grandparents. As they were leaving , he noticed an umbrella on an empty seat. Impressed by its ____26____, Oscar felt a strong desire to find its ___27____.

銆銆Oscar ___28____ the manager to look in the record of advance ticket sales. Just as he thought, a name matched the seat ____29___ Oscar had found the umbrella . The name was Mrs. Katie O'brien.

銆銆Oscar talked his grandparents into going by Mrs O'brien's ___30____ on their way home. He rang the bell , the door opened, and an elderly woman appeared. "May I __31___ you ? "she asked.

銆銆"I'd like to return it if its yours," Oscar said , ____32____ the umbrella as if presenting a ___33___ that had long been wished for.

銆銆"Why , yes! it's mine, "replied Mrs. Brien with a ___34____ smile and shining eyes. " It was given to by my father years ago. Thank you so much for returning it. May I offer you a reward for your ____35____ ? "

銆銆" No, ma'am , " he said " my grandmother says a good deed is its own reward."

銆銆" Well, that 's ____36_____ my father used to say. What is your name , Young man ?"

銆銆Years later, Oscar was staring at the finely carved handle of the umbrella as he remember Mrs. O' Brien . It was in perfect condition, considering how__37__ it was. Why had it arrived here today?

銆銆As if ___38____, a note fell from the paper. It read: Mrs O'brien wanted you to ___39___ this umbrella as a present for a kind, __40___gesture long ago.

銆銆21. A. strictly B. carefully C. roughly D. casually

銆銆22, A, opening B, seizing C, observing D, searching

銆銆23, A, After B, When C, Since D, Although

銆銆24, A, clearly B, fully C, immediately D, suddenly

銆銆25, A, average B, unusual C, plain D, typical

銆銆26, A, beauty B, shape C, origin D, history

銆銆27, A, designer B, seller C, user D, owner

銆銆28, A, convinced B, forced C, encouraged D, advised

銆銆29, A, until B, before C, which D, where

銆銆30, A, family B, theater C, house D, neighborhood

銆銆31, A, invite B, help C, bother D, know

銆銆32, A, putting up B, turning out C, picking up D, holding out

銆銆33, A, chance B, fact C, gift D, result

銆銆34, A, wide B, confident C, proud D, shy

銆銆35, A, patience B, kindness C, courage D, determination

銆銆36, A, obviously B, naturally C, exactly D, probably

銆銆37, A, old B, rare C, precious D, nice

銆銆38, A, in contrast B, in return C, in exchange D, in answer

銆銆39, A, possess B, accept C, carry D, value

銆銆40, A, attractive B, significant C, unselfish D, sympathetic

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銆銆A

銆銆Easter (澶嶆椿鑺) is still a great day for worship, candy in baskets and running around the yard finding eggs, but every year it gets quite a bit worse for bunnies.

銆銆And no, not because the kids like to pull their ears. The culprit is climate change, and some researchers found that rising temperatures are having harmful effects on at least five species of rabbit in the US,

銆銆Take the Lower Keys Marsh rabbit, for instance. An endangered species that lives in the Lower Florida Keys, this species of cottontail is a great swimmer -- it lives on the islands! -- but it is already severely affected by

銆銆development and now by rising sea levels. According to the Center for Biological Diversity, an ocean level rise of only 0.6 meters will send these ~ys jumping to higher ground and a 0.9-meter rise would wipe out their habitat (鏍栨伅鍦) completely.

銆銆The snowshoe hare, on the other hand, has a color issue. Most of these rabbits change their fur color from white in the wintertime to brown in the summer, each designed to give them better cover from predators (~I~') ~ As the number of days with snow decreases all across the country, however, more and more bunnies are being left in white fur during brown dirt days of both fall and spring, making them an easier mark for predators. Researchers know that the color change is controlled by the number of hours of sunlight, but whether the rabbit will be able to adapt quick enough to survive is a big question. The National Wildlife Federation has reported that hunters have noticed their numbers are already markedly down.

銆銆American pikas or rock rabbits, a relative of rabbits and hares, might be the first of these species to go extinct due to climate change. About 7-8 inches long, pikas live high in the cool. damp mountains west of the Rocky Mountains. As global temperatures rise, they would naturally migrate (J~2~) to higher ground -- but they already occupy the mountaintops. They can't go any higher. The National Wildlife Federation reports that they might not be able to stand the new temperatures as their habitat heats up.

銆銆The volcano rabbit has the same problem. These rabbits live on the slopes of volcanoes in Mexico, and recent studies have shown that the lower range of their habitat has already shifted upward about 700 meters, but there are not suitable plants for them to move higher, so they are stuck in the middle. Scientists are concerned about their populations.

銆銆Native to the US, pygmy rabbits weigh less than 1 pound and live in the American West. They are believed to be the smallest rabbits in the world. Their habitats have been destroyed by development. Several populations, such as the Columbia Basin pygmy, almost went extinct and were saved by zoo breeding programs. Pygmy rabbits also rely on winter cover by digging tunnels through the snow to escape predators, but lesser snowfall is leaving them exposed.

銆銆All of this gives new meaning to dressing up in a giant bunny costume this Easter.

銆銆41. The writer mentions Easter at the beginning of the passage in order to

銆銆A. show the importance of Easter Day B. introduce the issue about bunnies

銆銆C. remind people of Easter traditions

銆銆D. discuss the relationship between Easter and bunnies

銆銆42. The word “culprit” (Paragraph 2) is closest in meaning to_________

銆銆A. criminal B. judge C. victim D. producer 43. According to the passage, some rabbits can now be easily discovered by predators because they

銆銆A. are exposed to more skillful hunters

銆銆B. have moved to habitats with fewer plants

銆銆C. haven't adapted themselves to climate change

銆銆D. can't change their fur color into white in the fall and the spring

銆銆44. The problem faced by volcano rabbits and rock rabbits is that

銆銆A. both are affected by less snow B. both are affected by rising sea levels

銆銆C. neither can find enough food D. neither can migrate to higher places

銆銆45. Which best describes the writer's tone in the passage?

銆銆A. Approving. B. Concerned. C. Enthusiastic. D. Doubtful.

銆銆B

銆銆Below is a selection about some Guinness (鍚夊凹鏂) World Records.

銆銆Top 6 Unusual Guinness World Records

銆銆鈼咶astest 100 running on all fours 鈼哅ost living generations

銆銆The 2008 Guinness World Records Day was, Did you ever wonder what is the Guinness

銆銆According to GWR, their biggest day of record- World Record for most living generations in

銆銆Breaking ener, with more than 290,000 people one family? Seven is the answer.

銆銆Taking part in record attemts in 15 different The sultimate anthority on record-breaking

銆銆Countries.Kenichi Ito’s record attempt was part mentions on the website that the yougest

銆銆Of this special day. He is just another example of great- great- great- great grandparent of thi

銆銆Japanese with “super powers” His “super powers” s familly was Angusta Buing “aged 109 ye

銆銆is to run with great speed on all fours, Kenichi Ito ars 97 days, followed by her danghter aged

銆銆ran 100 m on all fours in 18.58 seconds .The 89,her granddaughter aged 70, her great gra

銆銆Japanese set this record at Setagaya Kunitsu Sogo nd-daughter aged 52 her great-great grand-

銆銆Undojyo, Tokyo, in 2008 daughter aged 33 and her great- Great-great granddaughter aged 15 on the birth of her

銆銆Great-Great-great- grandson on January 21,1989”

銆銆鈼哅ost people inside a soap bubble

銆銆The Discovery Science Center in Santa Ana, Califomia celebrated this year the 15th anniversary of the Bubble (娉℃场) Festival. A bubble's math principles and science were presented and demonstrated at the three-week-long exhibition. The intriguing Bubble Show was also part of the program. Fan Yang and Deni Yang impressed the audience with their awesome skills for bubble making. The Yang family cooperated with the Discovery Science Center to set a new Guinness World Record for mow people inside a scup bubble and they succeeded.

銆銆The family that has been working with soap bubbles for 27 years created a huge soap bubble and got 118 people inside it. The record was set or. April 4, 2011.

銆銆鈼哅ost T shirts wom at once

銆銆Believe it or not, there is a record also for this category. Krunoslav Budiseli set a new world record on May 22, 2010 for wearing 245 T-shirts at the same time. The nun from Croatia was officially recognized as the new record bolder by Guinness World Records after he managed to put on 245 different T-shirts in 1ess than two hours. . The T-shirts weighted 68 KG and Budiseli said he began struggling around T-shirt No. 120. He dethroned the Swedish Guinness record holder who wore 238 T-shirts.

銆銆鈼哃ongest ears on a dog

銆銆A bloodhood from illinces has the longest ears

銆銆Ever measured on a dog. The right car is 13.75 inches

銆銆Long and the left one 13.5 inches.The dog named Tigger earned

銆銆This tilte in 2004 and is owned by Christina and Bryan Flessner.

銆銆Mr.Jeffnies is the previous record holder of this title.Each of

銆銆His ears measured approximately 11.5 inches long.His grandfather

銆銆Used to hold this amazing world record ,but when he died Mr.Jeffnies

銆銆Look over.

銆銆鈼 Heaviest pumpkin

銆銆Guinness World Records confirmed on October 9,2010 that a gigantic pumpkin(鍗楃摐)grown in Wisconsin was officially the word’s heaviest.It weighed 1,810 pounds 8 ounces and was unveiles by Chris Steuens at the Stillwater Harvest Festival in Minnessta. Sheuens’Pumpkin was 85 pounds beavier than the provious record, another huge pumpkin grown in Ohio. The proud farmer said his secret is a precise mixture of rain, cow manure, good soil, sea grass and fish emulsion, Some of the world’s heaviest pumpkins, including the record holder, were on public display at the Bronx Botanical gardens in New York for a dozen days.

銆銆. 46. Why is Kenichi Ito described as a man with a "super power" ?

銆銆A. He set a good example to all Japanese.

銆銆B. He made record attempts in !5 different countries.

銆銆C. He set a new record for "Fastest 100 m running on all fours".

銆銆D. He participated in the 2008 Guinness World Records Day activities.

銆銆47. Jeffries is the name of______ .

銆銆A. the owner of the dog with the longest ears

銆銆B. the grandfather of the dog with the longest ears

銆銆C. the present holder of the record for " Longest ears on a dog"

銆銆D. the former holder of the record for "Longest ears on a dog"

銆銆48. How many T-shirts had Krunoslav Budiseli put on before he felt it difficult to go on?

銆銆A. 68. B. 120. C. 238. D. 245.

銆銆49. According to the given information, which Guinness World Record was most recently set?

銆銆A. The record for " Most people inside a soap bubble".

銆銆B. The record for "Most living generations".

銆銆C. The record for " Most T-shirts worn at once".

銆銆D. The record for "Heaviest pumpkin".

銆銆C

銆銆Two friends have an argument that breaks up their friendship forever, even though neither one can remember how the whole thing got started. Such sad events happen over and over in high schools across the country. In fact, according to an official report on youth violence, "In our country today, the greatest threat to the lives of children and adolescents is not disease or starvation or abandonment, but the terrible reality of violence". Given that this is the ease, why aren't students taught to manage conflict the way they are taught to solve math problems, drive ears, or stay physically fit?

銆銆First of all, students need to realize that conflict is unavoidable. A report on violence among middle school and high school students indicates that most violent incidents between students begin with a relatively minor insult (渚颈). For example, a fight could start over the fact that one student eats a peanut butter sandwich each lunchtime. Laughter over the sandwich can lead to insults, which in turn can lead to violence. The problem isn't in the sandwich, but in the way students deal with the conflict.

銆銆Once students recognize that conflict is unavoidable, they can practice the golden rule of conflict resolution (瑙e喅) : stay calm. Once the student feels calmer, he or she should choose words that will calm the other person down as well Rude words, name-calling, and accusations only add fuel to the emotional fire. On the other hand, soft words spoken at a normal sound level can put out the fire before it explodes out of control.

銆銆After both sides have calmed down, they can use another key strategy (绛栫暐) for conflict resolution : listening. Listening allows the two sides to understand each other. One person should describe his or her side, and the other person should listen without interrupting. Afterward, the listener can ask non-threatening questions to clarify the speaker's position. Then the two people should change roles.

銆銆Finally, students need to consider what they are hearing. Tiffs doesn't mean trying to figure out what's wrong with the other person. It means understanding what the real issue is and what both sides are trying to accomplish. For example, a shouting match over a peanut butter sandwich might happen because one person thinks the other person is unwilling to try new things. Students need to ask themselves questions such as these: How did this start? What do I really want? What am I afraid of? As the issue becomes clearer, the conflict often simply becomes smaller. Even if it doesn't, careful thought helps both sides figure out a mutual solution.

銆銆There will always be conflict in schools, but that doesn't mean there needs to be violence. After students in Atlanta started a conflict resolution program, according to Educators for Social Responsibility, "64 percent of the teachers reported less physical violence in the classroom; 75 percent of the teachers reported an increase in student co-operation; and 92 percent of the students felt better about themselves'. Learning to resolve conflicts can help students deal with friends, teachers, parents, bosses, and coworkers. In that way, conflict resolution is a basic life skill that should be taught in schools across the country.

銆銆50. This article is mainly about

銆銆A. the lives of school children B. the cause of arguments in schools

銆銆C. how to analyze youth violence D. how to deal with school conflicts

銆銆51. From Paragraph 2 we can learn that

銆銆A. violence is more likely to occur at lunchtime

銆銆B. a small conflict can lead to violence

銆銆C. students tend to lose their temper easily

銆銆D. the eating habit of a student is often the cause of a fight

銆銆52. Why do students need to ask themselves the questions stated in Paragraph 5?

銆銆A. To find out who is to blame. B. To get ready to try new things.

銆銆C. To make clear what the real issue is. D. To figure out how to stop the shouting match.

銆銆53. After the conflict resolution program was started in Atlanta, it was found that

銆銆A. there was a decrease in classroom violence

銆銆B. there was less student cooperation in the classroom

銆銆C. more teachers felt better about themselves in schools

銆銆D. the teacher-student relationship greatly improved

銆銆54. The writer's purpose for writing this article is to

銆銆A. complain about problems in school education

銆銆B. teach students different strategies for school life

銆銆C. advocate teaching conflict management in schools

銆銆D. inform teachers of the latest studies on school violence

銆銆D

銆銆As a young boy, I sometimes traveled the country roads with my dad. He was a rural mail carrier~ and on

銆銆Saturdays he would ask me to go with him. Driving through the countryside was always an adventure: There were animals to see, people to visit, and chocolate cookies if you knew where to stop, and Dad did.

銆銆In the spring, Dad delivered boxes full of baby chickens, and when I was a boy it was such fun to stick your fingers through one of the holes of the boxes and let the baby birds peck on your fingers.

銆銆On Dad's final day of work, it took him well into "the evening to complete his rounds because at least one

銆銆member from each fatuity was waiting at their mailbox to thank him for his friendship and his years of service. "Two hundred and nineteen mailboxes on my route," he used to say, "" and a story at every one. " One lady had no

銆銆mailbox, so Dad took the mail in to her every day because she was nearly blind. Once inside, he read her mail and

銆銆helped her pay her bills.

銆銆Mailboxes were sometimes used for things other than mail. One note left in a mailbox read, "Nat, take these eggs to Marian ; she's baking a cake and doesn't have any eggs. " Mailboxes might he buried in the snow, or broken, or lying on the ground, but the mail was always delivered. On cold days Dad might find one of his customers waiting for him with a cup of hot chocolate. A young girl wrote letters but had no stamps, so she left a few buttons on the envelope in the mailbox; Dad paid for the stamps. One businessman used to leave large amounts of cash in his mailbox for Dad to take to the bank. Once, the amount came to $ 32,000.

銆銆A dozen years ago, when I traveled back to my hometown on the sad occasion of Dad's death, the mailboxes

銆銆along the way reminded me of some of his stories. I thought I knew them all, but that wasn't the ease.

銆銆As I drove home, I noticed two lamp poles, one on each side of the street. When my dad was around, those poles supported wooden boxes about four feet off the ground. One box was painted green, and the other was red, and each had a long narrow hole at the top with white lettering: SANTA CLAUS, NORTH POLE. For years children had dropped letters to Santa through those holes.

銆銆I made a turn at the comer and drove past the post office and across the railroad tracks to our house. Mom and I were sitting at the kitchen table when I heard footsteps. There, at the door, stood Frank Townsend, Dad's

銆銆postmaster and great friend for many years. So we all sat down at the table and began to tell stories.

銆銆At one point Frank looked a~ me with tears in his eyes. "What are we going to do about the letters this

銆銆Christmas?" he asked.

銆銆"The letters?"

銆銆"I guess you never knew. "

銆銆" Knew what?"

銆銆"Remember, when you were a kid and you used to put your letters to Santa in those green and red boxes on Main Street? It was your dad who answered all those letters every year. "

銆銆I just sat there with tears in my eyes. It wasn't hard for me to imagine Dad sitting at the old oak table in our

銆銆basement reading those letters and answering each one. I have since spoken with several of the people who received Christmas letters during their childhood, and they told me how amazed they were that Santa had known so much about their homes and families.

銆銆For me, just knowing that story about my father was the gift of a lifetime.

銆銆55. It can be inferred from the passage that the writer regarded his travels with Dad as

銆銆A. great chances to help other people B. happy occasions to play with baby chickens

銆銆C. exciting experiences with a lot of fun D. good opportunities to enjoy chocolate cookies

銆銆56. The writer provides the detail about the businessman to show that

銆銆A. Dad had a strong sense of duty B. Dad was an honest and reliable man

銆銆C. Dad had a strong sense of honor D. Dad was a kind and generous man

銆銆57. According to the passage, which of the following impressed the writer most?

銆銆A. Dad read letters for a blind lady for years. B. Dad paid for the stamps for a young girl.

銆銆C. Dad delivered some eggs to Marian. D. Dad answered children's Christmas letters every year.

銆銆58. The method the writer uses to develop Paragraph 4 is

銆銆A. offering analyses B. providing explanations

銆銆C. giving examples D. making comparisons

銆銆59. What surprised the children most when they received letters in reply from Santa Claus every year?

銆銆A. Santa Claus lived alone in the cold North Pole.

銆銆B. Santa Claus answered all their letters every year.

銆銆C. Santa Claus had unique mailboxes for the children.

銆銆D. Santa Claus had so much information about their families.

銆銆60. Which of the following is the best title for the passage?

銆銆A. The Mail B. Christmas Letters C. Special Mailboxes D. Memorable Travels

銆銆绗簩鑺傦細涓嬮潰鏂囩珷绉掗熸椂鏃跺僵浠g悊_绉掗熸椂鏃跺僵寮濂栭仐婕 - 鑺卞皯閽变腑澶у鏈5澶(绗61–65棰)闇瑕佹坊鍔犲皬鏍囬銆傝浠庝互涓嬮夐」(A銆丅銆丆銆丏銆丒鍜孎)绉掗熸椂鏃跺僵浠g悊_绉掗熸椂鏃跺僵寮濂栭仐婕 - 鑺卞皯閽变腑澶у閫夊嚭绗﹀悎鍚勬鎰忔濈殑灏忔爣棰橈紝骞跺湪绛旈绾镐笂灏嗙浉搴旈夐」鐨勬爣鍙锋秱榛戙傞夐」绉掗熸椂鏃跺僵浠g悊_绉掗熸椂鏃跺僵寮濂栭仐婕 - 鑺卞皯閽变腑澶у鏈変竴椤规槸澶氫綑閫夐」銆

銆銆A. Slow Down Your Life

銆銆B. Escape Now and Then

銆銆C. Separate Your Actions

銆銆D. Allow Yourself to Be Weak

銆銆E. Relieve Pressure by Firmly Saying "No"

銆銆F. Stop Expecting Everything to Be Perfect

銆銆How to Simplify Your Life

銆銆Less is more. This is why we say: reduce things by half instead of doubling them, get rid of junk instead of piling it up, relax instead of stressing, slow down instead of speeding up. Apply these principles in your everyday life in a conscious way. You will then find yourself well along on your journey to simplification.

銆銆61.__________

銆銆When you concentrate on one task, you find you have energy that you didn't even know you had. Just imagine: you are at a fair and you have to carry two heavy pigs over 100 yards. If you keep grabbing one and then the other, it will take forever, because one of them will keep slipping out from under your arm and running off. But if you tie one pig in a place, pick up the other, gather all your strength and make a dash for the finish line, pause for a moment, run back and get the other one, and with great determination, carry the second pig to the finish line, then you can be sure of success.

銆銆62._________

銆銆The pressure at work is on the increase in all occupations. In the modern nuclear family, the expectations that formerly would have been shared among all the relatives are now concentrated on the individual partner.

銆銆If you have the feeling that 24 hours per day are not enough for all the things you need to do, then it's not

銆銆because the day has too few hours, but because you have too many activities. A simple fact that overloaded people often tend to forget. The solution is equally simple: refuse to accept so many work assignments in your private life or your working life.

銆銆63.____________

銆銆"I can handle stress" is regarded as a positive statement in the world of work. People who can handle stress are given more and more to cope with -- until one day they break.

銆銆Pay careful attention to the signs that tell you that you are under more stress than you can cope with. These

銆銆signals can come from various areas of life. You become ill, or your work efficiency decreases.

銆銆If you have any of these symptoms, change your life goals and decrease your tolerance of stress. Say quite

銆銆openly, "I can't manage that. "

銆銆64.__________

銆銆" If only I were slimmer, more beautiful, richer, more clever, then I would be happier. " This is a dream that makes a lot of people ill, depressed, and unhappy. Life has its flaws, defects, corners, and edges. Only those who accept this reality can lead a really fu]] life.

銆銆Of course there are activities in which errors are dangerous: driving a car; crossing the road. But life doesn't consist entirely of these things. In among them there is a lot of room for small and large mistakes.

銆銆65._________

銆銆Successful people all have their own places where they can withdraw in order to work. Find out which places improve your creativity. For me it's the train. When I know that I'm going to be traveling for four hours without phone calls and people knocking on my door, I find nay mind is free and I can read or write complex articles. There can be problems working on the train, of course : if the person sitting opposite you keeps talking away, or if train traps make you tired ( some people fall asleep after a few miles).

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銆銆绗笁閮ㄥ垎:鍐欎綔(鍏变簩鑺,婊″垎40鍒)

銆銆绗竴鑺:鐭枃鏀归敊(鍏10灏忛;姣忓皬棰1鍒嗭紝婊″垎10鍒)

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銆銆娉ㄦ剰锛1.姣忓閿欒鍙婂叾淇敼鍧囦粎闄愪竴璇;

銆銆2.鍙厑璁镐慨鏀10 澶勶紝澶氳(浠庣11 澶勮捣)涓嶈鍒嗐

銆銆Two years before, I traveled to Brazil and I rented for a car. Unfortunate, I had an accident and

銆銆hit another car, and I needed to stay in a hospital for at least two week. 1 called my parents, so I did

銆銆not tell them what had happened. I knew that they will be worried about myself because I

銆銆was so farther away, and that my mother would not sleep if she knew. Therefore, I told them

銆銆interested stories and how I was enjoying Brazil As a result, nobody knew truth. I still think that

銆銆it was the right thing to do.

銆銆绗簩鑺傦細涔﹂潰琛ㄨ揪(婊″垎30鍒)

銆銆浣犳牎姝e湪杩涜“鑻辫璇讳功鍛”娲诲姩锛岃娲诲姩瑕佹眰瀛︾敓鎽樺綍鍚嶈█浣冲彞(quote)骞剁浉浜掍氦娴併備互涓嬫槸鏌愬悓瀛︽憳褰曠殑鍙ュ瓙锛”Your future depends on many things but mostly on you”锛氳鎸変笅鍒楄姹傜敤鑻辫鍐欎竴绡100-120涓瘝鐨勭煭鏂囷細

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銆銆2. 涓句緥璇存槑鐞嗙敱

銆銆娉ㄦ剰锛氱煭鏂囩殑寮澶村凡缁欏嚭(涓嶈璇嶆暟)

銆銆In the English Reading Week, one of my classmates recommended a quote to us, which goes like this: " Your future depends on many things, but mostly on you. "___________________________________________________

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銆銆41. B 42. A 43. C 44. D 45. B 46. C 47. D

銆銆48. B 49. A 50. D 51. B 52. C 53. A 54, C

銆銆55. C 56. B 57. D 58. C 59. D 60. A 61. C

銆銆62. E 63. D 64. F 65. B

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銆銆One possible student version

銆銆In the English Reading Week, one of m classmates recommended a quote to us which goes like this : "Your future depends on many things but mostly on you. " I can't agree more with this view. It's true that our future is determined by many things, such as opportunities and help from others, but our own attitude, determination, and hard work play a more important role. In other words, we are the master of our own future.

銆銆Take Abraham Lincoln, for example. He was born in a poor family, and only received a limited education in his childhood. Yet through his painstaking efforts, he changed not only his own fate but also the history of America. Even to this day, Lincoln is regarded as one of the most inspiring figures in the world. Therefore, I firmly believe that our future is in our own hands.

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