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My mother is a kind woman. She is very busy from morning till night. As a teacher, she works hard. ¡¾1¡¿ Both my brother and I love her dearly as she loves us.
My mother has been teaching math at a middle school in my hometown. She goes to work early in the morning and does not return home until late in the afternoon. ¡¾2¡¿ She treats them with patience and teaches them well. For her excellent quality and very good teaching results, she has been elected as a model teacher several times.
¡¾3¡¿ Every day, when she comes back home from work, she sets about doing housework, sweeping the living room and bedrooms or cleaning the furniture, and putting everything in good order. She seems to be busy all the time. As she has been very busy working every day, she looks older than her age. But she looks as cheerful and happy as ever. Mother never buys expensive dresses for herself, but she often buys some expensive and high quality clothes for us. ¡¾4¡¿ She just eats a plain meal outside when she is too busy to cook herself. She lives a busy yet simple life, without any complaints.
Often she says to us, ¡°work while you work, and play while you play. That is the way to be happy and gay. If you do not work, you will become lazy and be of no use to society¡±. What a piece of good advice this is! ¡¾5¡¿ This advice of hers will always serve as a guide to my behavior. My mother is great indeed, and I always feel proud of her.
A. She enjoys listening to classic music.
B. As a mother, she takes good care of us and gives us every comfort.
C. She loves her students and cares for them.
D. She never goes to expensive restaurants to enjoy meals.
E. My mother is hard-working and never wastes money.
F. I never forget it and always bear it in my mind.
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Mountain biking is a great way to explore the outdoors, stay in shape, or just have fun. ¡¾1¡¿_________ Even though it¡¯s dangerous, if you ride with caution, it can be enjoyed by the entire family.
Mountain biking can best be characterized into three different styles --- downhill, free riding, and cross country. Even though the different styles are similar in some ways, they still require different skills. ¡¾2¡¿___________
You can find groups that have mountain bike rides and competitions. You can look on the Internet or even in a local paper and see exactly what¡¯s available in your area. ¡¾3¡¿__________ Like all other sports, it takes time and practice. Those just beginning will have to get past the bumps and bruises from falling off the bike.
The bike you select is more of a personal choice, and a big determining factor on the type of riding you will be doing. Bikes come in all styles, shapes, and prices, which will make selecting one for yourself very difficult indeed. ¡¾4¡¿__________ A great mountain biker will become one with his or her own bike. When buying, make sure you check for comfort, how it fits, even how it is geared.
¡¾5¡¿__________ Anytime you are riding, you should wear a helmet, along with knee and elbow pads. If you are following a group or riding in the woods you should strongly consider a pair of goggles as well. Safety should be your top priority and never taken lightly anytime you are mountain biking.
B. It takes practice to succeed for a great mountain biker.
C. Racing down the side of a mountain is a lot of fun indeed, although it can also be quite dangerous.
D. The style that you pick will determine the type of bike you get.
E. You may be able to find groups for the more advanced riders as well as beginners.
F. Mountain bike riding on unpaved roads can be very dangerous, as mentioned earlier.
G. Before you buy a bike, always ask to try it out first.
¡¾1¡¿It was not until we had stayed together for a couple of weeks that I found we had a lot in common.
Not until we had stayed together for a couple of weeks ________ ________ ________ we had a lot in common.
¡¾2¡¿If it hadn't been for his fluency in English, he couldn't have been offered the job.
_______ ________ his fluency in English, he couldn't have been offered the job.
¡¾3¡¿After they had made a great many efforts, everything is now under their control.
After they had made a great many efforts, everything is now ________ ________ ________.
¡¾4¡¿The production in large quantities of this kind of medicine is forbidden.
The ________ ________ of this kind of medicine is not allowed.
¡¾5¡¿I thought after he left he would disappear gradually from my mind, but still every day when I wake up I will dream of the happiest moments with him.
I thought after he left he would ________ _________ from my mind, but still every day I wake up dreaming of the happiest moments with him.
¡¾ÌâÄ¿¡¿When Shakespeare was twenty-one, he went to London to try his fortune in that great city, and a very interesting place was the London of his day.
There was the famous London Bridge and St. Paul¡¯s Cathedral, and palaces and markets and long streets full of shops.
Then, too, there were the daily crowds where people from all over the world could be seen. Knights£¬scholars and the highwayman (À¹Â·Ç¿µÁ£©or thief£¬who had been infamous for his clever robberies, passed by each other. Here, also, were noblemen dressed in gold, from Italy and Spain and France; slaves from Spanish America, sea captains and ministers, soldiers and servants¡ªall held by chance or interest within the gray walls which circled London, and whose gates gave welcome to as strange a crowd as could be found in the world.
Into this curious crowd came Shakespeare, quick to see and eager to learn. And before long all these strange sights were as familiar to him as the faces of his own town¡¯s residents. Each one told its story to him so plainly that, as before he had learned the secrets of the fields and woods, so now he learned men and men¡¯s interests that make up the great world.
And he learned these lessons so well that when he came to write his plays, he made such use of them as no writer ever made before or since; for it is the use of this knowledge of the world, combined with his own genius, that makes Shakespeare the greatest dramatist that has ever lived.
¡¾1¡¿Which of the following best describes Shakespeare?
A£®Shakespeare got inspiration to write from his hometown, London.
B£®Shakespeare was eager to make friends with the noblemen in London.
C£®Shakespeare became the greatest dramatist owing to his own genius.
D£®Shakespeare was good at observing and learning from the daily life.
¡¾2¡¿What does the word ¡°one¡± in paragraph 5 refer to?
A£®Face. B£®Sight. C£® Crowd. D£®Resident
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C£®a textbook. D. a poster
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Last month while I was walking in the street, the foreigner came towards me. She seemed to be losing. She asked me if I could help him. I said yes, but when she started talking, I couldn¡¯t understand that she said. I could only say ¡°I don¡¯t know¡±, and then slowly walk away. Though I have studied English for six years, but I still can¡¯t understand English good enough. I know I¡¯m not interested in English and I¡¯ve also been very lazy to study it. Now I know the importances of learning English. I¡¯ve decided change my attitude towards English and work hard on it.
A robot company wanted to test out a robot named Tony in Claire¡¯s house. ¡¾1¡¿ , Claire didn¡¯t agree at first, especially as her husband would be away for some time. She ¡¾2 (feel) alarmed at the sight of Tony because he seemed ¡¾3¡¿ (much) like a human than a machine. He was tall and handsome although his facial ¡¾4¡¿ (express) never changed.
Tony promised to make her smarter and her home more elegant. Not ¡¾5¡¿ (permit) to go out, Tony let Claire go into a jewellery store to buy a necklace alone. When the clerk was rude to her, she called Tony to help her out. ¡¾6¡¿ ( lucky), Gladys Claffern, ¡¾7¡¿ was a rich and powerful woman, saw the whole thing. It was awful ¡¾8¡¿ (discover) by her. Gladys thought she was having ¡¾9¡¿ affair. Tony managed to fix it by holding a party successfully and made Gladys and other women envy Claire.
Though Tony was clever, he would have to be rebuilt because we couldn¡¯t have women falling ¡¾10¡¿ love with machines.
Life is a long journey, during that you are to experience ups and downs. Only by hold a proper attitude will you be able to control the unexpected in life. What happens years ago is still fresh in my mind. When Dad was out of work, my family was reduced to poor. The tough situation left me in low spirit. However, Mom stayed calm, working hardly in the field as usual. Whenever I complained on our difficulty, she always comforted me, ¡°Don't lose your heart. Everything will be OK£¡" Then came the news Dad found another well-paid job. The experience taught me what important it is to be optimistic when in trouble.
Last Friday we have a discussion about whether it is the only way out for senior students to go to college. Views vary from person to person. The majority of us consider this very necessary to go to college. They think it can be widen their knowledge and improve their qualities. Only in this way can they find better jobs before graduation. Very few students think it no use go to university, because the tuition is too high for their family to afford. What¡¯s more, it¡¯s rather hard for college graduates to seek satisfied jobs. Thirty percents of the students, however, believe ¡°All roads lead Rome.¡± Therefore, it doesn¡¯t make some difference whether they go to college or not.
In my opinion, we can better themselves through college education so that we can serve society better in the future.
¡¾1¡¿Bush says he a______ great importance to U.S.-China ties.
¡¾2¡¿He thought I had known the fact. But a__________, I knew nothing about it.
¡¾3¡¿All the classmates burst into l__________ when David acted out the episode.£¨²åÇú£©
¡¾4¡¿After the terrible hurricane, a great number of houses were d________ entirely.
¡¾5¡¿Do you have a d________ friend who never betrays (±³ÅÑ) you?
¡¾6¡¿It's o_________ that you need more time to think.
¡¾7¡¿More than 3,000 local workers are e__________ in the tourism industry.
¡¾8¡¿To my r________, I have passed the driving test at the first attempt.
¡¾9¡¿Mary w________ when she heard the news of her father¡¯s death.
¡¾10¡¿He entered the room without p__________.
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