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  • 难度: 使用次数:2 入库时间:2017-03-29
    来源: 安徽省淮北市第一中学2017届高三下学期第三次周考英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    When you’re climbing up a hill or playing sports,your back is all wet and so is your face.Why?Because you are sweating.  36  When your body gets hotter than that,your brain doesn’t like it.It wants your body to stay cool and comfortable.So the part of your brain that controls temperature sends a message to your body,telling it to sweat.Then sweat glands(腺)in your skin start making sweat.

      37  They are all called pores(毛孔)academically.When the sweat hits the air,the air makes it turn from a liquid to a vapor.As the sweat leaves off your skin you cool down.

    Sweat is great cooling system.  38  Then you need to put liquid back in your body by drinking plenty of water so you won’t get dehydrated(脱水的).

    Sweat isn’t just wet--it can be kind of stinky,too.  39  It’s the bacteria that live on your skin that mix with the sweat and give it a unpleasant smell.And when you reach adolescence,special hormones affect the glands in your armpits(腋窝)—these glands make sweat that can really smell.Luckily,regular washing with soap and water can usually keep stinky sweat under control.

    So don’t sorry about a little sweat - it’s totally normal and everybody sweats.Sometimes too much sweating can be a sign that there is something wrong in the body,but this is rare in kids.  40 

    A.Sweat by itself doesn’t smell at all.

    B.The seat leaves your skin through tiny holes.

    C.When people sweat,they lose water in their body.

    D.Your body works best when its temperature is about 37℃.

    E.If you’re sweating a lot on a hot day or after playing hard you could be losing too much water through your skin.

    F.The vapor goes into the air and turns into drops of water when it comes across cold.

    G.But if you think you have a sweat problem,talk to your parent or your doctor about it.

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  • 难度: 使用次数:2 入库时间:2017-03-29
    来源: 安徽省合肥市2017届高三上学期第一次教学质量检测(一模)英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    You’re growing up. That means you’re probably experiencing lots of changes, all at once. Your body is changing. It might even seem as if your entire self is changing. It can be confusing and even scary.   36   And it’s good!

    Growing up means that you can do more, learn more, and start to make your mark on the world. In order for that to happen, your body produces chemicals called hormones that help both body and mind grow. Hormone levels change constantly, rising and falling.   37   But it’s partly to blame for intense emotions, surprising reactions, and mood swings.

    Because of the way your brain develops, it is somewhat ruled by emotion now and through your teen years. As a result, growing up can seem like an emotional roller coaster!   38 

    Take care of yourself. If you eat right, sleep enough, and get good exercise, your brain will be much more able to deal with the stress.

      39   When you feel your moods swinging or you’re upset, or confused, some quiet time will allow you to gather your thoughts and get calmer.

    Practice relaxing your body and deep breathing when you wake up and when you go to bed.  40   Plus, when stuff happens during the day, you’ll be able to calm yourself quickly with a deep breath or two before you react. Your body is changing.

    ATake a time-out.

    BBut the truth is, it happens to every teen.

    CWork out regularly to keep physically fit.

    DThis changing is needed for your body’s development.

    EIt will help you fall asleep—and start the morning right.

    FHere are a few things you can do to make the ride smoother.

    GUsually, these feelings settle down when you realize what is going on. 

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  • 难度: 使用次数:0 入库时间:2017-03-29
    来源: 2017届上学期期末考试试卷.doc

    Third-Culture Kids

    Did you grow up in one culture, your parents came from another, and you are now living in a totally different country? If so, then you are a third-culture kid!

    The term “third-culture kid” (or TCK) was coined in the 1960s by Dr. Ruth. She first came across this phenomenon when she researched North American children living in India. Caught between two cultures, they form their very own.    16    About 90 percent of them have a university degree, while 40 percent pursue a postgraduate or doctor degree. They usually benefit from their intercultural experience, which helps them to grow into successful academics and professionals.

    17   In fact many hardships may arise from this phenomenon. A third-culture kid may not be able to adapt themselves completely to their new surroundings as expected. Instead, they may always remain an outsider in different host cultures. Max, for example, experienced this fundamental feeling of strangeness throughout his life as a third-culture kid.   18   While this can be a way to create a network of friends all around the world, it can be difficult for a third-culture kid like Max to maintain close friendships and relationships.

    For a third-culture kid, it is often easier to move to a new foreign country than to return to their “home” country. After living in Australia and South Korea for many years, Louis finally returned to Turkey as a teenager. But she felt out of place when she returned to the country where she was born.   19   She did not share the same values as her friends’ even years after going back home.

    While a third-culture kid must let go of their identity as foreigner when he/she returns, the home country can prove to be more foreign than anything he/she came across before. The peer group they face does not match the idealized image children have of “home”.  20 

    As a part of the growing “culture”, TCKs may find it a great challenge for them to feel at home in many places.

    A. Yet being a third-culture kid is not always easy.

    B. In general, they often reach excellent academic results.

    C. This often makes it hard for them to form their own identity.

    D. However, their parents can help them see the opportunities of a mobile lifestyle.

    E. Their experience abroad helps them to gain a better understanding of cultural differences.

    F. Unlike other teens of her age, she didn’t know anything about current TV shows or fashion trends.

    G. Additionally, making new friends and saying goodbye to old ones will at some point become routine for a third-culture kid.

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  • 难度: 使用次数:1 入库时间:2017-03-29
    来源: 2017高二英语寒假作业.doc

        Have you ever studied a subject or brainstormed an idea, only to find yourself with pages of information, but no clear view of how it fits together? This is where Mind Mapping can help you.

       Mind Mapping is a useful technique that helps you learn more effectively, improves the way that you record information, and supports and enhances creative problem solving. By using Mind Maps, you can quickly identify and understand the structure of a subject. You can see the way that pieces of information fit together, as well as recording the raw facts contained in normal notes.    36   , as they help your mind recall and review.

    Popularized by Tony Buzan, Mind Maps abandon the list format of conventional note taking.   They do this in favor of a two-dimensional structure. A good Mind Map shows the 'shape' of the subject, the relative importance of individual points, and the way in which facts relate to one another. 37   .

    1. Write the title of the subject you're exploring in the center of the page, and draw a circle around it.

    2. As you come across major subdivisions or subheadings of the topic (or important facts that relate to the subject) draw lines out from this circle. Label these lines with these subdivisions or subheadings.

    3. As you "burrow" into (挖掘) the subject and uncover another level of information (further subheadings, or individual facts) belonging to the subheadings, draw these as lines linked to the subheading lines.

    4.    38   .

    5. As you come across new information, link it in to the Mind Map appropriately.

       39    . Sub-topics and facts will branch off these, like branches and twigs from the trunk of a tree. You don't need to worry about the structure you produce, as this will evolve of its own accord.

         40  . If you do any form of research or note taking, try experimenting with Mind Maps. You will find them surprisingly effective!

    A. To draw a Mind Map, follow these steps:

    B. Mind Mapping is an extremely effective method of taking notes.

    C. They help you to associate ideas and make connections that you might not otherwise make.

    D. A complete Mind Map may have main topic lines radiating in all directions from the center.

    E. Then, for individual facts or ideas, draw lines out from the appropriate heading line and label them.

    F. More than this, Mind Maps help you remember information

    G. When created using colors and images or drawings, a Mind Map can even resemble a work of art!

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  • 难度: 使用次数:1 入库时间:2017-03-29
    来源: 2017高二英语寒假作业.doc

    Five Things Ambitious People Never Say

        ◆“I can’t do thisit’s too hard.”

        Ambitious people never limit themselves or undervalue hard work with these words.    36   .

        ◆“I’m not good enough.”

        Ambitious people never say they are not good enough. Saying you are not good enough holds you back and makes you easy to quit when things get a little rough. And quitting when things get a little rough is never a good thing. The most successful people in the world are not quitters.    37   . Be confident and believe in yourself, or no one else will.

        ◆“I won’t make it through the obstacles.”

        Challenges and obstacles are tests of your resolve and desire to succeed.    38   . They say they will make it because they know better things lie ahead-the sun always shines after the storm.

        ◆    39   .

        The only time people won’t take you seriously is if you don't take yourself seriously. Insisting that people won’t take you seriously is an excuse not to do what you know you should do. Ambitious people never say these words. Start respecting yourself and honoring what you do and people will respect and take you seriously.

    ◆“I’m going to fail for sure.”

            40   . It can teach you valuable lessons and redirect you to the right path. Ambitious people don’t say they are going to fail and let that stop them from trying. They challenge the fear of failure by taking calculated risks because they know the only time you are truly defeated is when you don’t try at all.

        A. “People won’t take me seriously.”

        B. “People think me impossible.”

        C. Ambitious people say they can do everything well.

        D. Ambitious people never say they won’t make it through the hard times. 

        E. They are hard workers who believe in themselves and their abilities.

        F. Failure is not entirely bad.

    G. They tell themselves they can do it.

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  • 难度: 使用次数:1 入库时间:2017-03-29
    来源: 2017高二英语寒假作业.doc

        Writing a news article is different from writing other articles or informational piecesbecause

    news articles present information in a specific way.   36   And additionally you can exercise your writing skills and convey information clearly and concisely.

          1 .Start with the lead.

          37   News articles begin with a leading sentence that is meant to grab the readers' attention and interest them.  This is one of the most important parts of the pieceso start with the good stuff when writing a news article. Let your readers know what your news article is aboutwhy it's importantand what the rest of the article will contain.

        2. Give all the important details.

        The next important step to writing news articles is including all the relevant facts and details

    that relate to your lead statement.  Include the basics of what happenedwhere and when it took

    placewho is involved and why it's newsworthy.   38

        3. Follow up main facts with additional information.

        After you've listed all the primary facts in your news articleinclude any additional information that might help the reader learn moresuch as contact informationadditional facts about the topic or people involvedor quotes from interviews.  This additional information helps round out the article and can help you switch to new points as you move along.

    A good news article will list facts and information.  39  To attract your readersyou should

    provide enough information that anyone reading your news article can make an informed opinioneven if it contrasts with yours.

        4.  40 

        Congratulate your readers for sticking with you to the end by giving the reader something to

    take awaylike potential solutions to the problem or challenges expressed in your article.

        Make sure your news article is complete and finished by giving it a good concluding sentence.This is often a restatement of the leading statement(thesis) or a statement indicating potential future developments relating to the article topic.

      A. These details are importantbecause they are the central point of the article.

      B. It's important to convey all the important information in limited words to your targeted audience.

      C. Conclude your article.

      D. Begin with a strong leading sentence.

      E. Knowing how to write a news article can help you expand a journalism career.

      F. Stick to the end.

      G. A great news article will be connected with readers on an emotional level.

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  • 难度: 使用次数:1 入库时间:2017-03-29
    来源: 2017高二英语寒假作业.doc

    Rabbits are easy to raise. The long-eared animals are clean and quiet. They do not need a lot of room. And you do not have to spend a lot of money to feed them.      36     

    One male and two females will produce in a year as many as fifty more rabbits. That is enough to provide a good supply of meat for a family.      37     

    Rabbit houses are easy to make with wood and wire fencing material. They do not have to be very big. But each rabbit must have its own little room in the house. This is very important. Each room should be about 75 centimeters wide, 60 centimeters high and one meter deep. Fencing is used for the sides and floor of the rabbit house. The holes in the wire fencing should be about one centimeter square.      38       This keeps the rabbit house clean and dry. Rabbits need a lot of fresh air and sunlight. Cover the sides of the rabbit house only to protect it from rain.

         39       Feeding containers hung on the outside of the house let the rabbits eat whenever they want. They simply pull the grass and leaves through the holes in the wire fence.

    Each room should have fresh water. The water containers should be heavy so the rabbits cannot turn them over.      40     

    One month after mating, female rabbits give birth to about eight babies. In two months, a baby rabbit should weigh about two kilograms. This is big enough to make a meal for a small family.

    A. Rabbits eat mostly grass and leaves.

    B. Rabbits are also valuable for their fur.

    C. Or you can tie the containers to the wire.

    D. Rabbit meat is high in protein and low in fat.

    E. Many people enjoy keeping rabbits as friendly pets.

    F. Wastes from the animals will drop through the holes.

    G. With rabbits, you get a big return from a small investment.

       

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  • 难度: 使用次数:1 入库时间:2017-03-29
    来源: 2016-2017学年度上学期高一期末考(定稿).doc

    Four ways to be a great roommate

    Having a roommate can be one of the best experiences in a boarding school or, easily, one of the worst.   71   Follow these tips to avoid the common mistakes that turn good roommate relationships sour.

    Talk things out.

          Communication is key. If something happens, sit down with your roommate and have a face-to-face conversation. I've seen roommate relationships fall apart because something happens and, instead of talking to each other, the two start complaining about their roommates behind their backs.   72 

    Don't expect to be best friends.

    Some roommates become the best of friends, and some don't. Don't put pressure on yourself or your roommate, especially when you first meet.   73   And if your roommate doesn't end up being your best friend, don't worry.

    Ask before you take.

    This applies to food, clothes and anything else. If you want to keep a relationship going, show your roommate that you have respect for what is his or hers by asking first.   74 

    Clean up after yourself.

    This should go without saying. Don't be lazy. Or, at least, don't bury your roommate in your clothes and garbage. Most people I've come across in a boarding school are messy.   75   But being considerate with where you put your stuff will help you avoid conflict.

    A. So you need to think twice before you help your roommate out.

    B. This creates nothing but awkward situations and unhappiness.

    C. Even if you both agree to share everything, you should still ask.

    D. You don't have to clean your room and keep it organized all the time.

    E. It all starts with you to have a good relationship with your roommate.

    F. Sometimes you get stuck with someone who has tons of negative (消极的) energy.

    G. Remember, you're trying to make a new friend, not to frighten your roommate away.

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  • 难度: 使用次数:2 入库时间:2017-03-28
    来源: 2016-2017学年第一学期高一级英语科期末考试试卷.doc

    Of the many unpleasant emotions we can experience, fear may top the list.

       66    Fear can also keep us from pursuing (追赶) the things in life that really matter -- like following our dreams, and developing important relationships. I have some ideas, though, of how to be free from fear.

    l        Experience fear.

    I used to be very afraid of speaking in front of people. I would get sweaty palms and my stomach would be so tied up that I wouldn’t be able to eat. However, each time I spoke, I noticed afterwards that it wasn’t that bad. Things I fear are never as bad in reality as I make them out in my mind.    67  

    l        Create space.

    The first and most important step to being fearless is to create some space between ourselves and the emotion of fear. This isn’t reached by ignoring the fear, or trying to talk ourselves out of it.    68    In fact, a recent research shows that by simply admitting the emotion we actually begin to reverse (颠倒) the “fight or flight (逃避)” response in the body.

    l           69  

    Once we admit the presence of fear, the second step is to control the breathing so that it becomes slower and gentler. We try to make the breath just a little bit longer, and feel how fear appears in the body. As we pay attention to the physical symptoms (征兆) of fear, we can see fear objectively.

    With practice, we can create enough space between us and the emotion of fear so that we’re able to replace a fearful thought with a positive one.

       70    For example, before I get up to speak in front of a group of people, I imagine that the audience is positively impressed by what I say and that I manage to complete the speech successfully.

     

    A.     Space is created only when we can honestly admit that fear exists.

    B.     We can imagine a positive result for whatever we’re about to do.

    C.     Fear, if left uncontrolled, can even destroy our life.

    D.     So one way to get rid of (排除) fear is to simply push ourselves to do things that we fear.

    E.      When we can see a positive result in our mind, fear no longer stops us.

    F.      But fear is more than just physically unpleasant.

    G.     Control the breath and feel the fear.

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  • 难度: 使用次数:2 入库时间:2017-03-28
    来源: 重庆万州二中2016-2017学年高一下学期入学考试试卷 英语 Word版含答案.doc

    Everyone, from homeless people to billionaires, is likely to be influenced by stress; there’s simply no way to avoid it.  36  Here are five powerful tips for ways to kill stress in almost any situation.

    Eat Healthier

    Though a lot of stress is psychological, there are also plenty of physical factors that lead to this natural human response to noticed danger. In order to relieve stress, make sure you’re treating your body right. A big part of this is eating healthier.  37  Anyway, adopting an alkaline(碱性的) diet instead of an acidic(酸性的) one is recommended.

    Wake Up Earlier

      38  However, waking up 15 or 20 minutes earlier each morning may have more benefits than sleeping in. By giving yourself some extra time, you won’t feel quite rushed in the morning, which leads to better preparation and more confidence.

      39 

    Since you are never going to remove 100 percent of the stress in your life, one of the best things you can do is let it be one of your motivations. This is what stress is designed to do, after all. The psychological and physical reactions brought on by stress are supposed to heighten our senses and empower us to fight off a threat.

    Watch a Funny Video

    Here is a simple and practical tip: watch a funny video on YouTube. Research shows that seeing something amusing activates the part of the brain that produces calm physiological(生理的) responses. This can lead to less anxiety and more happiness.

    Take Walk Outside

    Whenever possible, make sure you take your walk outdoors.  40  It can improve energy levels and memory by as much as 20 percent.

    A.A number of studies show that spending time in the open is a great way to relieve stress.

    B.Diet and relaxation are two important keys to good health.

    C.There are no magicanti-stressfoods.

    D.However, there are ways to reduce the amount of stress you suffer from.

    E.Keep Positive Relationships

    F.Let Stress Motivate You

    G.It is certainly true that the more sleep you get, the less stressed you’ll be.

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  • 难度: 使用次数:3 入库时间:2017-03-28
    来源: 山东省曲阜师范大学附属中学2017届高三上学期期末考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

       The teenage years can be a very confusing time filled with anxiety, especially in high school. Here are some powerful tips which can help you succeed in the years.

       Know yourself and pick a direction. You may be faced with too many choices in your life and it’s unwise to try everything.  36   Consider all the benefits that it brings into your life and then see how you can develop your passion into a possible career option.

    Get away from the friends that offer poisonous advice and negativity. There is no place for that kind of behaviour at any stage of your life.  37   This does wonders for self-confidence and overall positivity.

    Read as much as you can.  38   Stop spending hours in watching your favorite TV shows and instead use that time to invest in yourself by reading. You’ll notice n a few days how you begin to see things in a different light.

    __39   I am 19 years old, so I understand just how much time can be wasted on technology, especially the Internet and cellphones. Once you spend less time doing things that add no value to your life and instead spend that time enriching yourself, your life begins to shape and turn into exactly what you want it to be.

    Make mistakes. Look at a mistake you’ve made from every possible angle and take the lessons from it. Your teenage years are meant to be spent getting to know yourself.  40  It’s okay to make mistakes.

    A. Try different things

    B. Just focus on your favorite

    C. Work hard to improve your scores

    D. Limit the time spent on social media

    E. You can’t achieve this by trying to be perfect all the time

    F. Pick up a book on anything that expands your knowledge base

    G. And you should value yourself highly enough to get rid of these people.

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  • 难度: 使用次数:6 入库时间:2017-03-28
    来源: 江西省临川实验学校2016-2017学年高二上学期期末考试英语试卷 Word版含答案.doc

    It’s hard to adjust to(适应) attending a new school. Everything seems new. Making new friends can be hard too because people seem to have formed their own group. The following are some ways to help you make friends at a new school.

    Make sure you are kind to whoever you meet at the new school.  36   If you think that you will say something that will offend(冒犯,得罪)them, do not say anything and just nod your head if they talk to you.

    Be yourself.    37  If your friends don’t accept you for you, they’re not really friends. Most people belong in a certain group simply because they are being themselves and their unique personalities and interest fall into that type. For example, someone who likes sports may make friends with people who also like sports.

       38  Anywhere, in the bathroom, near your locker, or at the water fountain, you can find someone that has something in common with you. All you need is to know how to approach them. Give a smile or say hi. Introduce yourself. Tell them your name and where you’re from. You never know where you can find a nice friend.

      39  You can take part in a sports club, an art club or a foreign language learning club. Even if you don’t know anyone there, you’ll all share a common interest, and you can experience people with different personalities from yours that have the same interest.

    Figure out who the “mean girls” or the hot-headed jocks”(鲁莽、急躁的肌肉男) are  40  But don’t be mean to them and don’t completely avoid them because they may be nice people. Also stay away from people who are in gangs and do criminal activities.

    A. Make the first move.

    B. Do something nice for someone.

    C. Join after-class activities you like.

    D. Make eye contact with other people.

    E. Never change who you are to try to fit in.

    F .These are the people that you might want to avoid for a while.

    G. Make sure to be nice to people of all cultures and backgrounds.

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  • 难度: 使用次数:0 入库时间:2017-03-27
    来源: 广东省江门市第一中学2016-2017学年高一下学期英语2月月考试题及答案 Word版含答案.doc

    James Cameron was born in a small town in Canada on August16,1954. At 15 he discovered what he wanted to do with his life.   71   The movie was Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey.

    Cameron set his hope high.   72   But he didn’t know anything about cinema. What’s more, he lived far away from Hollywood, the place for him to realize his dreams.

    ___73__  His father told him they would be moving to California and living only a few miles from Hollywood. At that time, he had a great desire to attend film school, but his family couldn’t afford it. So he went to study physics at Fullerton College.

    Before long Cameron dropped out of college and began earning his living as a truck driver. But he still hadn’t given up his dream of becoming a movie maker. His first professional film job was an art director in 1980, and in 1984 he wrote and directed the Terminator.   74___   after it came a series of successful science fiction action films.

    Cameron now could do whatever he wanted. He had several projects in mind, including Titanic.   75   But it ended up earning almost $ 2 billion. After Titanic, Cameron started making Avatar in 2005. It took his team two years just to do the technical research, but the movie has become another huge success.

    A. It was a huge success.

    B. He wanted to make movies.

    C. Cameron had to face the facts.

    D. This movie cost $ 200 million to make.

    E. However, Cameron got a lucky break in 1971.

    F. It happened one night after he saw a movie.

    G. They used high technology to get the effects they wanted.

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  • 难度: 使用次数:0 入库时间:2017-03-26
    来源: 广东广州市华美英语实验中学2016-2017学年高一下学期英语2月月考试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Basic table manners for teens 

          Teens should know that table manners are not only about proper eating. ________ (71)

    Whether in a restaurant or in a home , here are some basic table manners for you:

    § It’s okay to put your elbows ()on the table if you are not actually eating. But if

    you are eating , only rest your forearms (前臂) on the table.

    § Eat with a fork unless the food is meant to be eaten with your fingers.

    § Don’t take a mouthful of food.

    § Chew(咀嚼)with your mouth closed. No one wants to see food being chewed up, or hear it

    being eaten. ________(72)

    § Always say “Thank you” when you are served with something.______(73)

    § Don’t eat until everyone is served . It shows consideration.

    § _______(74)  Someone took a long time to prepare the food, so you should enjoy it slowly.

    § Don’t reach over someone’s plate for something. Ask for the item to be passed to you. This shows consideration, too.

    § _____(75) If it bothers you a lot , excuse yourself and go to the bathroom to take it out.

    § Always use a napkin to clean your mouth, which should be on your lap when you are not using it.

    A.     This shows appreciation.

    B.     Eat slowly ,and don’t rush.

    C.    Only babies eat with fingers.

    D.    Don’t pick anything out of your teeth.

    E.     Remember to clean around your mouth only.

    F.     It’s about being kind and considerate to others.

    G.    This includes not talking when your mouth is full.

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    How to be polite

    Being polite is a matter of good manners it's about respectand being considerate of people's feelingscultureand valuesIt does not seem difficultbut for many people it remains a challengeWhile some people have no interest whatsoever in mannerif you are reading this you're probably wondering how you can improve your mannersAt the very leastyou might want to know how to avoid being rudewhich can put off the people around youBeing polite is also a good way to make friends

    61    Loudness either indicates arrogance or insecurityA charming polite person makes another person feel goodKeep this goal in mindBe considerate of other people's needs and opinionsDon't make unfavorable remarks towards any kind of ethnicpolitical or religious groups under any circumstances

    62    You might want to practice this a bit so you don't squish (攥紧) people's handsdepending on how strong you areThat would make them feel uncomfortableBeware especially when shaking hands of women who are wearing ringsToo much pressure can be very painfulRemember too that many people with an"oldschool"etiquette background especially if you are in Europe find it inappropriate to offer your hand for a handshake to a lady or an older gentleman if you are a gentlemanor to an older ladyif you are a lady

    63     Try not to talk about yourself too muchif they want to know or are polite they'll askBe confident and charmingDo not hog the conversationwhich is too rudeLook interested and listen to the answersDon't look over the person's shoulder or around the room when they are talkingor let your eyes linger on the hot new guest who just walked inThat implies that you are distracted or not interestedthat your conversational companion is not important or interesting enough to bother paying attention to

    64     Always be courteous (客气的),as you might meet this person again in another setting and wouldn't want to have caused negative memories that would give you a bad standingIf someone annoys or even insults youdon't get into an argumentSay"Let's agree to disagree"and change the subjectpolitely debateor simply excuse yourself from the conversation

    65     For silverwarego from the outside inPlace your napkin on your lapand do not add anything to the table that was not there when you got there cell phoneglassesjewelry).Put your purse between your feetunder your chairWomen should not apply makeup at the tableIt is rude and demonstrates a lack of refinementIf you want to fix your makeup or check if something is in your teethgo to the restroom

    ABe nice

    BBe aware that manners vary

    CKnow the proper dinner manners

    DShake hands firmly and look them in the eyes when doing so

    EStart a conversation by asking questions about the other person

    FHave a laugh which shows you are having funwithout being loud

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    ACosmetics were used in different countries a long time ago

    BThe most widely used cosmetic is probably lipstick

    CCosmetics were made most use of in Indian

    DAt one timesome cosmetics were not safe

    ESome people even have cosmetic surgery

    FThe Romans also used cosmetics

    Millions of women use cosmeticsoften called‘makeup'The cosmetics industry is one of the biggest in the worldMost large stores sell cosmeticsand there are always shops at airports selling them cheaply

    The word‘cosmetics'refers to anything that people put on their faces to make them look betterLipstickface powder and creamand eye makeup are the most popularAlthough more women than men use cosmeticsthere are cosmetics for men as well as women

    61     In order to make their faces look differentThey have the shape of their noses and eyes changed

    62     Many women who do not wear any other makeup will often put on a little lipstickLipstick is made by mixing together different oils and colorsThis mixture is then allowed to get hard and is cut into the shape of a small pencilWhen a woman presses the lipstick to her lipsthe end of it becomes softand some of it sticks to her lipsgiving them extra color

    63     Cosmetics were probably first used in Indiabut it was the Egyptianssix thousand years agowho made the most use of themRich Egyptian women painted their eyes green and blackThey used a red color to paint pretty designs on their fingernailsthe palms of their hands and the soles of their feetPictures of Cleopatra always show her wearing a lot of makeup

    64   They liked to make their skin very white and to paint their eyesThey also used a kind of lipstick

    In England at one timevery rich women had baths in milk to make their skin beautifulThey also used a lot of sweetsmelling powder to stop people smelling their bodieswhich were often very dirty because they did not wash very often or change their clothes

    65     They were bad for the skinand some of the lipsticks and powders that people used were even poisonousNowadayspeople in the cosmetics industry take great care to make sure that everything they use is completely safe

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    AControl of Respiration

    BBasic Tips for Preserving Cut Flowers

    CRole of Respiration

    DMost Important Aspect of Flower Care

    ENeed for Clean Water

    FWays of Stopping Respiration

    61   

    While everybody enjoys fresh cut flowers around his housefew people know how to keep them for as long as possibleThis may be done by keeping in mind a few simple factsThe key to keeping fresh cut flowers for a week or more without floral preservatives which contain biocides that kill bacteria and fungus is to keep the water fresh and the stems free of air pockets so they can continue to draw up water

    62   

    An important thing to remember about cut flowers is that they are sensitive to temperatureFor examplestudies have shown that cut carnations (康乃馨) retain their freshness eight times longer when kept at 12℃than when kept at 26℃Keeping freshly harvested flowers at the right temperatures is probably the most important aspect of flower care

    63   

    Flowers are not intended by nature to live very longTheir biological purpose is simply to attract birds or insectssuch as beesfor pollination (授粉).After thatthey quickly dry up and dieThe process by which flowers consume oxygen and produce carbon dioxidecalled respiration (呼吸),generates the energy the flower needs to give the flower its shape and colorThe making of seeds also depends on this energyWhile all living things respireflowers have a high level of respirationA result of all this respiration is heatand for flowers the level of heat relative to the mass of the flower is very highRespiration also brings about the eventual death of the flowerThus the greater the level of respirationthe sooner the flower dies

    64   

    Howthento control the rate at which flowers dieBy controlling respirationHow is respiration controlledBy controlling temperatureWe know that respiration produces heatbut the reverse is also trueThus by maintaining low temperaturesrespiration is reduced and the cut flower will age more slowly

    65   

    Another vital factor in keeping cut flowers is the quality of the water in which they are placedFlowers find it difficult to"drink"water that is dirty or otherwise pollutedEven when water looks and smells cleanit almost certainly contains harmful substances that can endanger the flowersTo rid the water of these unwanted substanceshousehold chlorine bleach (含氯漂白剂) can be used in small quantitiesIt is recommended that 15drops of chlorine bleach at 4% solution be added to each liter of waterThe water and solution should also be replaced each day

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    ACriteria(标准) of the ranking

    BAfrica countries ranking low

    CResearch on girls'education in developing countries

    DNorthern European countries at the top

    EHigh rate of early death of children

    FHope and improvement in sight

    61    

    A yearly list of the best and worst places to be a mother and child rates the United States 11thbehind BritainScandinavian countries are at the topSweden is number oneDenmark is secondFinland is thirdSave the Childrenan Americanbased humanitarian organizationcompared conditions in 110countriesThe report came out last week

    62    

    At the bottom of the listMali and Burkina Faso share last placeJust above them are EthiopiaChadYementhe Democratic Republic of Congo and MauritaniaGambia and Eritrea are also in the bottom tenalong with two Asian countriesNepal and CambodiaCambodia is tied with Eritrea in 100th place

    63    

    Save the Children based its report on six conditions related to the health and security of womenThese include the risk of early deathand the rate of use of modern birthcontrol methodsAnother measure was the percentage of births with the aid of trained medical workersStill another was the percentage of pregnant women with a shortage of iron in the bloodThe study also examined reading levels among women and the involvement of women in national governmentThere are some conditions related to the education of both women and children

    64    

    Save the Children has published a report on the"State of the World's Mothers"for six years nowThis year the group included a progress report on education for girlsResearchers examined progress made over the past ten years in 71developing countriesThe report says BoliviaKenyaCameroon and Bangladesh have made the most progress in girls'educationListed at the bottom are RwandaIraqMalawi and EritreaWorldwidethe report says58million girls are out of school

    65    

    Charles MacCormack is head of Save the ChildrenHe says many children in the world are lucky just to survive the first five years of lifeBut Mr MacCormack calls the situation far from hopelessHe notes that world leaders have agreed on eight goals to reduce povertysave lives and increase security by 2017

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    Reallife Room Escape Games

    Reallife room escape games are a type of physical adventure game in which people are locked in a room with other participants and have to use the things in the room to settle a series of puzzlesfind clues (线索),and escape the room within a set time limit

    The games are based off Escape the Room video gamessuch as Crimson Room and QPShotcreated by TAKAGISM Incby Toshimitsu Takagi in 2005in which the player is locked inside a room and must explore his or her surroundings in order to escape.(36     Other inspirations include adventure board games and moviesReallife room escape games are becoming popular in the United StatesJapanand China.(37    For examplesome games require you escape prison cells while others require you escape space stations

    38     Soonthey were exported to North AmericaAsia and AustraliaExamples include the two pioneer companies Hint Hunt and Adventure Rooms

    The games were so successful that new locations began opening up across Chinain cities big and smallaccording to Want China TimesIn the southern city of Shenzhenfor examplethe first escape game location opened last August.(39     "These reallife escape games can help those who stay at home on their computers and iPads all day to experience real social circles"Tian Xiaochuanwho owns two room escape game stores in Jinantold Want China Times

    Earlier this yearThe South China Morning Post said the reallife escape games are a hit among"highly stressed students and overworked young professionals"40    Some players get so involved that they tear down equipment or decorations inside their"prisons"as Zhu Yumengchief operating officer of Beijing room escape game store Taoquan told China Daily

    AEach game adds local themes to settings

    BAnd seven new game locations quickly followed

    CThey should also be brave enough to face their fears

    DSometimes the excitement becomes a bit muchthough

    EWeekend or day event escape games have been held in some stores

    FPermanent real life escape games in a fixed location were first opened in Europe

    GPlayers must be observant and use their critical thinking skills to escape the room

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    36.(36    

    Paristhe capital and the largest city of the countryis in north central FranceThe Paris metropolitan area has nearly 20% of the nation's population and is the economicculturaland political center of FranceThe French government have historically favored the city as the site for all decision makingthus powerfully attracting nearly all of the nation's activities

    37    

    Paris has grown steadily since it was chosen as the national capital in the late 10th centuryWith the introduction of the Industrial Revolutiona great number of people moved to the city from the country during the 19th centuryThe migration was especially stimulated by the construction of railroadswhich provided easy access to the capitalAfter World War II more and more immigrants arrived

    38    

    The city is the centralized(中央集权) control point of most national radio and television broadcastingIt is a place of publication of the most prestigious(有威望的)newspapers and magazines and an international book publishing centerWith more than 100museumsParis has truly one of the greatest concentrations of art treasures in the worldThe Louvreopened as a museum in 1793is one of the largest museums in the world

    39   

    In the late 1980s about 4.1million pupils annually attended about 47000elementary schoolsIn additionabout 5.4million students attended some 11200secondary schoolsApproximately 1.2million students were enrolled(录取) annually at universities and colleges in France in the late 1980sFrench centers of learning have served as academic models throughout the world

    40    

    Paris is the leading industrial center of Francewith about one quarter of the nation's manufacturing concentrated in the metropolitan areaIndustries of consumers goods have always been drawn to Paris by the enormous market of the big population and modernhightechnology industries also have become numerous since World War IIChief manufactures are machineryautomobileschemicals and electrical equipment

    AThe tourism in Paris

    BThe Culture of Paris

    CThe Population Growth in Paris

    DThe Production of Paris

    EThe Industries in Paris

    FThe Education in Paris

    GThe Introduction of Paris

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