3. It was not until he had proved he was honest that he won the family’s trust.
on common / shared interest to break up.
us away from greed and violence and encourage us to have the courage of our convictions. Such is what we call "true and perfect friendship".
to do. I said good-bye to him and continued my patrol, his last words still ringing in my ear: “I’ll wait for ha lf an hour. Jimmy will keep his promise if he’s alive…” I then sent for a plain cl othes man and had Bob arrested.
probl ems. We set up a Confidence Club. Those who come to us for help find our work definitely beneficial. Our friendship has led me into a sparkling, rewarding life.
8. Time’s up. Please hand in your test papers.
our efforts were in vain; she failed to survive the disease.
through their whol e life.
2.What Do Girl Students Look for in Love and Life?
to the popular view that girls are more concerned about self-development in the workplace and social status, they still regard upon marriage and family life as central to a happy life.
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5. are visitors all owed to feed the animals in the zoo
to be as exciting as a drama.
essentially on material things. We need them to get fed, cl othed and sheltered. Once we are living near the breadline, we’ll feel frustrated and miserabl e.
provide adequate listening and speaking practice. But finally I calmed d own because the familiar words rang in my ears: There must be a way out. I had a rather solid foundation of English vocabulary and grammar. What was left for me to d o was to increase my listening input and speaking output. I mad e it a rule that every morning I would do reading aloud by the campus lake for 40 minutes, and every evening I would stay in the language lab, listening to English for at least an hour.
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6. Speaking exercises one’s tongue, reading (exercises) one’s eyes and writing (exercis es) one’s mind.
6) The newly issued report on improving the medical system in rural areas l eads us to believe that the era is to be brought to an end when such areas are always short of d octors and medicines (2)
1. AIDS Across the Earth
healthy and secure life and, more importantly, how to treat AIDS patients properly. Only in this way can we really bring AIDS under control.
ways to relieve them of their stress and offer timely help, we may save many young lives.
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1. In the UK, up to one third of pipe water leaks away before it reaches its d estination (目的地).
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access to educational resources, no matter where they are
Today, however, we are living in what is called a "knowledge society", where creative ideas and innovations are generated at a fantastic speed. One must constantly renew one's knowl edge and upgrade one's skills so as to meet the needs of the changing worl d. Moreover, at the stage of general education, it is pointless for a person to attempt to know everything. When one is required to settle d own to be a specialist in a specific fiel d, one has to make an in-depth study of the subject one is supposed to know. In this sense, general education can provide students with only a passport to lifelong education. As Robert Maynard Hutchins once said, the object of education is to prepare the young to educate themselves throughout their lives.