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2014 学年浙江省第一次五校联考

英语试题卷
命题单位:嘉兴一中

第 I 卷(共 80 分)
第一部分:英语知识运用(共两节,满分 30 分) 第一节:单项填空(共 20 小题;每小题 0.5 分,满分 10 分) 从 A、B、C 和 D 四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题纸上将该项选项的 标号涂黑

。 1. — Jennifer, you seem to be overjoyed. — ______? I have just received the offer from the National University of Singapore. A. So what B. Guess what C. What if D. What for

2. Zinio is ______ platform for digital magazines, with more than 5,500 magazines from ______ wide range of publishers. A. a; a B. a; the C. the; a D. the; the

3. It would be a good idea to use a plastic bottle, ______ cut off, as a container to grow young plants in. A. of which top B. whose top C. the top is D. its top

4. Sherry has taught me that no matter how bad things seem they can ______ in the end. A. figure out B. make out C. work out D. pick out

5. They ______ on the program for almost one week before I joined them, and now we ______ on it as no good results have come out so far. A. had been working; are still working C. have been working; have worked B. had worked; were still working D. have worked; are still working

6. The Internet allows us quick ______ to all the data and research findings in the fields available worldwide. A. entrance B. charge C. access D. advance 7. Over 1.8 million of Hong Kong’s residents have sent out a clear message against the movement ______ they want an end to disorders and a return to normal life. A. what B. that C. which D. where

8. Good news never goes beyond the gate, ______ bad news spreads far and wide. A. when B. as C. while D. before

9. A recent study shows that being pulled into the world of a fascinating novel ______ make some actual, measurable changes in the brain.

A. can A. don’t wear

B. need B. didn’t wear

C. shall

D. should

10. The head teacher was strict. He ordered that boy students ______ long hair. C. not to wear D. not wear

11. Evidence provided by the school has proved that John was once a good student ______ grades and attendance fell as he became addicted to playing computer games. A. which sweet of apple. A. automatically B. approximately C. apparently D. abundantly 13. ______ they believe enjoying a sports team is the most ideal approach to making new friends, I prefer to attend community activities to widen my social circle. A. As A. took B. Although B. had taken C. As if C. had been taken D. Only if D. had had been taken 14. Everything he ______ away from him before he returned to his hometown. 15. ______ early warnings from forecasters, residents were able to prepare and no deaths or serious injuries were reported. A. In spite of B. Thanks to C. Regardless of D. According to 16. To help children become independent, parents should ______ children to figure out how to solve problems on their own. A. permit experience. A. exploring A. as long as B. explored B. as far as C. to explore C. as soon as D. having explored D. as well as 18. One’s life has value ______ one brings value to the life of others. 19. The point is that you should be happy with what you already have and not risk losing it by being ______ and trying to get more. A. cautious B. considerate C. sensitive D. greedy 20. —You mean he won’t come to our party? —Yeah, ______. He has a very important meeting to attend. A. that’s all right B. you got it C. it doesn’t matter D. it depends B. guide C. command D. expect 17. The students are looking forward to having an opportunity ______ society for real-life B. of which C. of whom D. whose 12. Each spring the apple tree in my garden blossoms so ______ that the air becomes filled with the

第二节:完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 20 分) 阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从 21~40 各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出 最佳选项,并在答题纸上将该项选项的标号涂黑。 Dad is a reserved man of few words but is always strict. He is different from others in beliefs and 21 : beating or scolding his son as he believes in such a principle—a dutiful son is the 22 of the rod(棒).

At about 8 years old, Dad busied himself outside in the day time made 24 , so he would beat me like 26 28

23

began to punish for

whatever I did wrong after the supper. Mom and Sister took turns at telling on me for having 25 , leaving my arms a lot of bruises(伤痕). being just a 10-year-old kid, who thought, “I was unfairly 27 with other blow the next time. 29 unable to write out the English 30 into a reformatory school(少年感化院) where I 32 tears, saying, “Son, it is not that I don’t 33 what I expect!” I was upset and disturbed kids and Dad would deal me a

beaten, so I would take my anger out on other smaller kids”. Therefore, I used to It turned out that I couldn’t concentrate on my lessons, alphabet. To make matters worse, I was stayed 31 for two years. This time dad shed 34 35

love you but that I should not have been so annoyed at your failure to Several years later, my parents were ceremony. Dad didn’t say a single word to moment, my mind was in a mess of first time you cried for my being a Never have I put my children into 39 Daddy will give you 21. A. operations 22. A. effect 23. A. but 24. A. mess 25. A. something 26. A. by means of 27. A. quarrel 28. A. heavier 29. A. still 30. A. sentenced 31. A. confusedly 32. A. angry 33. A. keep up with 34. A. warmly 35. A. praise 36. A. puzzled 37. A. stubborn 38. A. good 39. A. responding 40. A. thumbs 40 36 37 38

invited to show up at the Ph.D. graduation me but cried bitterly again , and at this very

emotions and I stood on the stage with warm tears: the guy, but this time you did for my being a Ph.D. by adopting force as I am aware that I was beaten

inappropriately. I often say to my children, “Well done! A perfect job you’ve done. Now up or pat you on the back!” C. attitudes C. product C. so C. trouble C. anybody C. in terms of C. play C. swifter C. also C. sent C. regretfully C. desperate C. make up for C. seriously C. support C. mixed C. naughty C. difficult C. behaving C. arms D. manners D. target D. or D. noise D. anything D. in spite of D. debate D. crazier D. always D. led D. safely D. bitter D. put up with D. honorably D. greet D. excited D. tough D. easy D. performing D. eyes B. practices B. effort B. while B. life B. somebody B. on account of B. fight B. faster B. even B. admitted B. calmly B. sympathetic B. live up to B. randomly B. inspire B. disturbed B. guilty B. right B. fighting B. heads

第二部分:阅读理解(第一节 20 小题,第二节 5 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 50 分) 第一节:阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出最佳选项,并在 答题纸上将该项选项的标号涂黑。 A Although he will always be remembered for portraying “Superman,” the greatest role of actor Christopher Reeve’s life was as a champion of sufferers of spinal cord (脊椎) injuries and an advocate of stem cell (干细胞) research. Unlike the man of steel, he wasn’t faster than a speeding bullet, more powerful than an engine and he couldn’t leap tall buildings in a single bound. But the courage and determination Reeve displayed in trying to overcome his paralysis (瘫痪) from a 1995 horse-riding accident went beyond any of the achievements of the comic book hero. “He became a real-life Superman. His heroism, his courage was extraordinary,” Colin Blakemore, the chief executive of Britain’s Medical Research Council said. “Like many people who suffer some terrible injuries, Christopher Reeve was totally changed by that experience and brought the kind of energy and enthusiasm that made him successful as a film star to an entirely different issue, with huge effect.” Reeve, 52, died of heart failure on October 10, 2004 after having treatment for an infected pressure wound without realizing his dream of walking again. But in the nine years since his accident, he made personal progress to regain respect and admiration, established the Christopher Reeve Paralysis Foundation, a non-profit research organization, and used his fame to raise millions of dollars for research into spinal cord injuries. He also provided hope and inspiration to other patients and made speeches to support scientists to be allowed to conduct stem cell research in the hopes of eventually curing paralysis and other illnesses such as diabetes and Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease. “He has been our champion. If you think of spinal injuries, you automatically recall a picture of Christopher Reeve,” said Paul Smith, executive director of the Spinal Injuries Association in England. It is because of Reeve that spinal cord injuries and stem cell research are so widely discussed, according to Smith. The fact that it happened to Reeve showed it can affect anyone, even Superman. Reeve did not live long enough to see whether stem cell research could help restore movement to the paralyzed. The research is still in its early days and no one knows what advances it may bring. 41. Which of the following words can best describe the characteristics of Reeve? A. strong-willed and caring C. caring and reliable B. tough and persuasive D. sympathetic and considerate

42. The purpose of paragraph 2 is to show us that ______. A. Reeve was not as capable as the image he acted in his film B. the image of Superman created by Reeve will always be remembered

C. Reeve is no more than an ordinary person when he was faced with paralysis D. the inspiring image in Reeve’s real life was even greater than that in his film 43. Reeve made the following contributions to the scientific research except______. A. setting up a non-profit research organization B. winning public respect and admiration by overcoming obstacles C. influencing the world by making speeches on stem cell research D. struggling for the permission to conduct stem cell research 44. It can be implied from the passage that ______. A. Reeve remained optimistic after suffering from paralysis B. stem cell research has long been a controversial subject C. paralysis can happen to anyone no matter how strong he seems D. some presently incurable illnesses are to be cured in the near future 45. Which of the following can be the best title for the passage? A. A Fighter of Spinal Cord Injuries C. A Forever Superman B. A Real Hero in Film D. A Struggling Life B Summer School for Effective Leadership 2014 The Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups ( HKFYG ) partners with 2 world-class universities, The University of Hong Kong (HKU) and The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) to offer you the best international summer schools in town! This year the Summer School for Effective Leadership (SSEL) is divided into the HKU Chapter—An Overture to Global Leadership, and HKUST Chapter—The Art of Public Speaking. Please find out more from the introduction below: HKU Chapter—An Overture to Global Leadership An Overture to Global Leadership, now in its seventh year, is cooperation between the Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups and the University of Hong Kong with the aims: 1. To nurture youth leaders with solid fundamental knowledge and intensive leadership skills; 2. To strengthen their critical thinking skills, interpersonal skills and problem solving abilities; 3. To reinforce their willingness to serve the community; 4. To further develop global perspective and promote intercultural awareness amongst participants. Date Between 18 July 2014 (Friday) and 26 July 2014 (Saturday). Full attendance is mandatory for the 9-day-8-night programme. Shared-room accommodation in the University dormitory is required. Application Deadline Non-residents of Hong Kong: 6:00p.m., Friday, 16 May 2014 (Hong Kong Time) Non-residents of Hong Kong may need to apply for a student visa, please visit the website:

http://l21.hkfyg.org.hk/ssel/hku/overview.html for further details. For application, please visit: http://l21.hkfyg.org.hk/ssel/hku/application.php HKUST Chapter—The Art of Public Speaking The Art of Public Speaking is a new collaboration between the Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups, and the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology with the aims: 1. To enhance the leadership skills and public speaking skills of participants; 2. To allow youth leaders and speakers to learn from one another, and encourage cultural exchanges; 3. To demonstrate how public speaking skills can be used by leaders to communicate to the public; 4. To allow outstanding student leaders to serve and understand the local community. Date Between 14 July 2014 (Monday) and 19 July 2014 (Saturday) Full attendance is mandatory for the 6-day-5-night programme. Shared-room accommodation in the University dormitory is required. Application Deadline Non-residents of Hong Kong: 6:00p.m., Friday, 9 May 2014 (Hong Kong Time). Non-residents of Hong Kong may need to apply for a student visa, please visit the website: http://l21.hkfyg.org.hk/ssel/hkust/overview.html for further details. For application, please visit: http://l21.hkfyg.org.hk/ssel/hkust/application.php 46. The Art of Public Speaking is organized by ______. A. HKFYG & HKU C. HKU & HKUST B. HKFYG & HKUST D. HKUST & SSEL

47. Which is the common aim between an Overture to Global Leadership and the Art of Public Speaking? A. Strengthening critical thinking C. Improving public speaking A. worthwhile B. normal B. Promoting intercultural awareness D. Developing problem solving ability C. acceptable D. necessary

48. The underlined word can be best replaced by ______. 49. For a Hong Kong resident who wants to attend HKUST Chapter, ______. A. he has to apply for a student visa B. he has to board on campus for six days C. he will be given the opportunity to get close to local community D. he shall submit the application before 6:00p.m., 9 May 2014 (Hong Kong Time) C Elderly women who eat foods higher in potassium (钾) are less likely to have strokes and die than women who eat less potassium-rich foods, according to new research in the American Heart Association. “Previous studies have shown that potassium consumption may lower blood pressure. But whether potassium intake could prevent stroke (中风) or death wasn’t clear,” said Smoller, professor of the department of population health at Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Bronx, NY. Researchers studied 90,137 women, aged from 50 to 79 for an average 11 years. They looked at how much potassium the women consumed, as well as if they had strokes, including ischemic strokes (缺血性中风), or died during the study period. Women in the study were stroke-free at the start and their average dietary potassium intake was 2,611 mg/day. Results of this study are based on potassium from food, not supplements. The researchers found: Women who ate the most potassium were 12 percent less likely to suffer stroke in general and 16 percent less likely to suffer an ischemic stroke than women who ate the least. Women who ate the most potassium were 10 percent less likely to die than those who ate the least. Among women who did not have high blood pressure, those who ate the most potassium had a 27 percent lower ischemic stroke risk and 21 percent reduced risk for all stroke types, compared to women who ate the least potassium in their daily diets. Among women with high blood pressure, those who ate the most potassium had a lower risk of death, but potassium intake did not lower their stroke risk. “Our findings suggest that women need to eat more potassium-rich foods. You won’t find high potassium in junk food. Some foods rich in potassium include white and sweet potatoes, bananas and white beans.” The U.S. Department of Agriculture recommends that women eat at least 4,700 mg of potassium daily. “Only 2.8 percent of women in our study met or went beyond this level. The World Health Organization’s daily potassium recommendation for women is lower, at 3,510 mg or more. Still, only 16.6 percent of women we studied met or went beyond that,” said Smoller. While increasing potassium intake is probably a good idea for most elderly women, there are

some people who have too much potassium in their blood, which can be dangerous to the heart. “People should check with their doctor about how much potassium they should eat,” she said. The study was observational and included only elderly women. Researchers also did not take sodium (钠) intake into consideration, so the potential importance of a balance between sodium and potassium is not among the findings. Researchers said more studies are needed to determine whether potassium has the same effects on men and younger people. 50. The benefits of potassium intake to elderly women do not include ______. A. preventing strokes C. cutting down death risks Health Organization? A. 4,000 mg B. 3,500 mg C. 3,000 mg D. 2,500 mg 52. What conclusion can be drawn from the research findings? A. Increasing potassium is definitely a good idea for all elderly women. B. Elderly women with high blood pressure benefit more from potassium. C. Potassium intake is more beneficial to those without high blood pressure. D. There was not any association between potassium intake and ischemic strokes. 53. It can be learned from the passage that ______. A. Results of the research were based on potassium from medicine B. Researchers gave different amounts of potassium to the elderly women C. Elderly women need to keep a balance between sodium and potassium intake D. The effects of potassium intake on men and younger people are not yet known 54. The author ’s purpose for writing this passage is to ______. A. present a report on a new research B. show the importance of a good life style C. give information about a chemical element D. encourage elderly women to take potassium D “I never did hate the Yankees (北方佬). All that I hated was the war...” That’s how my great-aunt Bettie began her story. I heard it many times as a child, whenever my family visited Aunt Bettie in the old house in Berryville, Virginia. Bettie Van Metre had good reason to hate the Civil War. Her brother was killed at Gettysburg, and her husband, James, a Confederate (南方联盟军) officer, was taken prisoner and sent to an unknown prison camp somewhere. One day in late September, Dick came to Bettie reporting that he had found a wounded Union soldier in a farmhouse half a mile away from the Van Metre home. When talking about her first sight of the man in the blood-spotted blue uniform, she always used the same words. “It was like walking into a nightmare: those awful bandages, that terrible smell.” She went out into the cool air, trying not B. reducing heart attacks D. lowering blood pressure

51. Which of the following figure meets the daily potassium intake recommendation of the World

to be sick at the thought of that smashed right hand, that missing left leg. The man’s papers Bettie found in the farmhouse showed his identity: Henry Bedell, 30 years old. She knew that she should report the presence of this Union officer to the Confederate army, but she wouldn’t. This is how she explained it: “I kept wondering if he had a wife somewhere, hoping, and not knowing—just as I was. It seemed to me that the only thing that mattered was to get her husband back to her.” Slowly, patiently, skillfully, Aunt Bettie fanned the spark of life in Henry Bedell. Of drugs or medicines she had almost none. And she was not willing to take any from the few supplies at the Confederate hospital. But she did the best she could with what she had. The October nights in the valley grew cold. With the help of Dick and his wife, she moved the Union officer at night, to a hidden room above the warm kitchen of her own home. But the next day, Bedell had a high fever. Knowing that she must get help, she went to her family doctor, Graham Osborne. Dr. Osborne examined Bedell and said, “there was little hope unless proper medicines could be found.” “I’ll get them from the Yankees at Harpers Ferry.” Bettie said. The doctor told her that Harpers Ferry was almost 20 miles away. Even if she reached them, the Yankees would never believe her. “I’ll take proof,” Bettie said. She found a blood-spotted paper bearing the official War Department seal (印章). “When I show it, they’ll believe me.” Early the next morning she set off with a list of medical items. For five hours she drove, stopping only to rest her horse. The sun was almost down when she finally stood before the general at Harpers Ferry. The general listened, but did not believe her. “Madam,” he said, “Bedell’s death was reported to us.” “He’s alive,” Bettie insisted. “But he won’t be much longer unless he has the medicines on that list.” “Well,” the general turned to a junior officer, “see that Mrs. Van Metre gets the supplies.” With the medicines, Bedell gradually recovered. Ten days later he was walking with sticks. “I’d better go back as soon as possible.” Bedell told Bettie. So it was arranged that Dick should help Bettie deliver Bedell to Harpers Ferry in his wagon. Bedell lay down in a box filled with hay, his rifle and sticks beside him. At Harpers Ferry, the soldiers were amazed when the Union officer with the missing leg rose from his hay-filled box. Bedell told the story to Secretary of War Edwin M. Stanton, who wrote a letter of thanks to Bettie and signed an order to free James Van Metre. It was arranged for Bedell to go with Bettie as she searched for her husband. Records showed that a James Van Metre had been sent to a prison camp in Ohio. Then at Fort Delaware, near the end of the line of prisoner, a tall man stepped out and walked clumsily into Bettie’s arms. Bettie held him, tears streaming down her face. And Henry Bedell, standing by on his sticks, wept, too. 55. What might be Bettie’s tone when she used the underlined sentence to describe the first sight of Henry Bedell? A. Pessimistic. B. Desperate. C. Shocked. D. Sympathetic.

56. Why wouldn’t Bettie report the presence of Bedell to the Confederate army? A. Because she felt it her responsibility to save soldiers of the Union. B. Because she wanted to save Bedell so that her husband could be freed. C. Because Bedell was more a suffering human being than an enemy to Bettie. D. Because Bedell begged Bettie not to give him away to the Confederate army. 57. Dr. Osborn thought it was ______ of Bettie Van Metre to drive to Harpers Ferry for the medicines. A. crazy B. kind C. brave D. smart 58. Still recovering, Henry Bedell decided to leave as soon as possible mainly because ______. A. he was eager to return to the Union to fight B. he didn’t want to go on putting Bettie in danger C. he was concerned about his safety at the Van Metre home D. he could be treated with better medicines back at Harpers Ferry 59. Rearrange the following statements in terms of time order. a. Bettie’s husband was found and freed. b. Bettie helped deliver Bedell back to Harpers Ferry. c. Bettie moved Bedell to a safe room in her own house. d. Bettie drove all the way to Harpers Ferry to get the medicines for Bedell. e. In spite of being short of medicines, Bettie attended to Bettie with what she had. f. Bettie saw Bedell in a farmhouse half a mile away from her house for the first time. A. f,e,c,b,d,a B.f,c,e,d,b,a C. f,e,c,d,b,a D. f,c,e,b,d,a 60. What message is conveyed through the end of the story? A. Giving is a reward in itself. C. Help yourself by helping others. B. Happiness comes from giving. D. God helps those who help themselves.

第二节:下面文章中有 5 处 (第 61~65) 需要添加小标题。请从(A、B、C、D、E 和 F) 中选出符合各段意思的小标题, 并在答题纸上将相应选项的标号涂黑。选项中有一项是多余 选项。 A. Plan and prepare B. Admit your imperfection C. Prepare for the second time D. Don’t care too much about the time you spend E. Keep a notebook to take note of important things. F. Forget what others think of you and demand for you. How to Prepare for the First Time at Anything The first time for everything is always the most exciting one. Not only is there a lot of excitement loaded in those events, but there is a fear of some sort included. Here are some steps to make you feel better when entering new situations that you feel anxious about.

61. ________ Many people don’t really care that much if you happen to fail at something. If you are open about your inexperience, they are most likely to forgive your inability to perform well. Remember that others have also started from “zero” as well. You should focus on your own performance — not on others. For instance, if you’re going to be running in your first marathon ever your goal is just to pass the finish line, not to run a new world record. 62. ________ When you do something for the first time, accept the fact that a man’s got a limit. In general, it is useless to strive for perfection when you do something for the first time. You are setting the bar too high and you just feel bad when you are not able to meet the level you have set. Also, perfection is just another way to keep leaving things you should do until later, so trying to be perfect is just a waste of time. 63. ________ One common characteristic of doing something for the first time is that it is most likely to be more time-consuming than subsequent (后来的) times. If you are inexperienced, the first few times you are just going to be learning anyway — and hopefully getting better in the process. Just take your time and try to learn as much as possible as you go. You will realize that the second time is much easier, since you already have some experience in your pocket. 64. ________ If possible, try to decide in detail what you are going to do and get yourself ready for it as much as possible before doing something new. This way you will gain more self-confidence, and you actually may have a bit more control of things. But you don’t always have that sense of control. For instance, if you are going out on a first date, you cannot plan every possible topic to talk about in advance. But if you are going to take a certification test, you can study and prepare so that you can reach a whole different level. 65. ________ Once you have gone through your “first time experience”, you’ll have broken the biggest barrier of all and the next time won’t be that scary anymore. To make the next time even a smoother experience, do these two things during your first time: Take notes. It never hurts to write things down as you go. Run through a checklist. Write down a checklist to go through before the actual event. This way you can make sure that all the necessary requirements are met before the actual event begins

第Ⅱ卷 (共 40 分)
第三部分:写作(共两节,满分 40 分) 第一节:短文改错(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 下面短文中有 10 处语言错误,请在有错误的地方增加、删除或修改某个单词。 增加:在缺词处加一个漏词符号(∧) ,并在其下面写上该加的词。

删除:把多余的词用斜线(﹨)划掉。 修改:在错的词下划一横线,并在该词下面写上修改后的词。 注意:1. 每处错误及其修改均仅限一词; 2. 只允许修改 10 处,多者(从第 11 处起)不计分。 例如: It was very nice to get your invitation to spend ∧ weekend with you. Luckily the I was completely free then, so I’ll to say “yes”. I’ll arrive in Bristol at around 8 pm in am on Friday evening. Recently campus safety has become public concern since a series of violent attacks happened, which causes serious damage. It makes us aware of the fact that safety should always come firstly in our daily life. In this case, we should take effective measure which can solve this problem. Firstly, our students should realize we must follow our school or traffic rules, and pay attention to food safety, because many incidents happen just because of we are too careless. Secondly, you should take training of security so that we can keep calm if faced with conflicts. Thirdly, our government and schools should provide surroundings that our students can be buried in studying. As far as I am concerned, improving campus safety is very important that we all should try our best to make anyone on campus safe and sound. 第二节:书面表达(满分 30 分) 学校将组织“校园最美教师”的评选活动,要求学生推荐心中的最美教师。你想要推荐 你的老师王华。请根据以下要点,用英语写一篇 120 词左右的短文,推荐你心中的最美教师。 要求如下: 1. 简要表述王老师在你心目中的印象; 2. 用 1~2 个事例进行具体描述; 3. 不能使用真实姓名和学校名称。

2014 学年浙江省第一次五校联考

英语答案
一、单项填空 1-5 BADCA 6-10 CBCAD 二、完型填空 21-25 BCACD 26-30 DBABC 三、阅读理解 41-45 ADBBC 46-49 BBDB 四、任务型阅读 61-65 FBDAC 11-15 DDBDB 31-35 CDBDA 50-54 BACDA 16-20 BCADB 36-40 CDBCA 55-60 CCABCC

五、改错 Recently campus safety has become^ public concern since a series of violent a attacks happened, which causes serious damage. It makes us aware of the fact that

caused safety should always come firstly in our daily life. first In this case, we should take effective measure which can solve this problem. measures Firstly, our students should realize we must follow our school or traffic rules, and and pay attention to food safety, because many incidents happen just because of we are too careless. Secondly, you should take training of security so that we can keep calm we if faced with conflicts. Thirdly, our government and schools should provide surroundings that our students can be buried in studying. where As far as I am concerned, improve campus safety is very important that we all so should try our best to make anyone on campus safe and sound. everyone
六、作文 Possible version It is my geography teacher Wang Hua that I intend to recommend because what he impresses on us is not only his expertise in teaching but his care for us. Being knowledgeable and humorous, Mr. Wang never fails to spread knowledge in an interesting and simple way. In a class about earth’s rotation and revolution, he held a basketball, which represented the earth, rotating it with his body circling around the classroom at the same time. Thus, the seemingly difficult process of study was neither complex nor dull. The other day, I was alone in the classroom. Knowing something was bothering me, he cautiously approached me. After he patiently heard my story out, he offered his sincere and sound suggestions, which cleared up my problem immediately. I hope you will kindly consider my recommendation. (134 words)


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