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My Writing Teacher
English writing was always easy for me, but that changed on the fkst day I walked into Mrs. Johnson's class- Before that, I’d hefird rumors from former students. They said she was strict and her class was hard to pass. So I was very nervous.
The first time we met, Mrs. Johnson told us her cla^s would be difficulty but she would give us new ’Tools” and guide us through. She explained that her grading system was different, and that wc would nol see high scores soon, "Everything you do in class matters,5^ she said. "As writing is an art, it takes a long time to perfect.”
Mrs* Johnson scared me. I was afraid of whal she would say if I asked a question. So in class I kept silent most of the time and couldn’t follow her. When I got my first essay back, n）y grade was terrible. 1 was annoyed with Mrs, Johnson, I disliked going to her class.
Then I realized 1 needed to find out what I could do to improve my grade and
how to use the "tools" in my writing. As I still didn't dare to talk to Mrs. Johnson in person, I c-mailed her. In this way, she and I worked together to improve my writing. By and by, 1 could talk to her both online and in person. She walked me through every step to understand how to write an essay. Together we saw improvement in my work.
From this I discovered that asking fbr help could actually work. Behind Everything Mrs, Johnson was saying, she actually cared about me and where I would be in the future. She knocked me down so that I could climb back stronger.
L I was worried when I was in Mrs. Johnson's first class,
A. True B. False C. Not Given
2. Mrs. Johnson used the same grading system as other teachers.
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Mrs, Johnson regards writing as an art.
C. Not Given
I was active in class in the beginning.
C. Not Given
Most students enjoyed Mrs. Johnson's class.
C. Not Given
I got a high score for my first essay.
C. Not Given
Mrs* Johnson preferred to email students.
C. Not Given
Mrs. Johnson let me improve my writing by myself
C. Not Given
9. I finally became a top student in the writing class.
A, True B. False C, Not Given
10, Mrs. Johnson cared about my future.
A.True B False C. Not Given
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Whenever people from Scotland live in foreign countries, they are always asked: "Is Scotland that place where men wear skirts?'7 The short answer is yes, I but there is more about the myths of Scottish "skirts."
The "skirt" that Scotsmen （苏格兰男子）sometimes wear is called a kilt. It is part of the traditional dress of Scotland. The kilt is dearly very famous across the world It seems that everybody has heard of it, and that most people have seen a picture of a man wearing one.
People's knowledge and ideas about Scotsmen wearing these fimny kilts come from films and television. Every time people from other countries ask about the kilt, they mention Mel Gibson's film, Braveheart. In many countries, there arc television programmes about Scotland. These programmes always include information or images of men in kilts.
Of course, in Scotland, you will often see the kilt The reality is, though, that you will most commonly sec it in tourist areas. The main streets and tourist areas of Scotland always have a Scotsman wearing a kilt and all tourist shops in the country sell kilts in different colours.
But kilts are not something that Scottish people see every day. Kilts are for special occasions, such as weddings, funerals and other big and important events. Scotsmen do not put on their kilt just to buy a bottle of milk and a loaf of bread at the local supermarket.
The reason for this may be that kilts are very expensive. When a mart wears a kilt, he normally wears it with a special shirt, jacket, socks and shoes. This is obviously not cheap. In fact, an average kilt outfit （全套服装）costs around £500.
11. According to the text, Scotsmen .
A. like foreign culture 11 sometimes wear kilts
C. enjoy talking about kilts D・ often visit foreign countries
12.Mel Gibson is probably a — .
A. painter B. musician C. movie star D. fashion designer
13.In Scotland, kilts are more often seen .
At in tourist shops B, in public schools
C, on the stage D- at local markets
14. People do not wear kilts every day probably because of their
A. funny designs B. dull colours
C. poor quality D. high prices
15, This text is mainly about the .
A, history of kilts B. production of kilte
C. myths of kilts D. styles of kilts
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A Fighting Lady
O Deborah Sampson was bom in 1760. There were many children in her family and they were poor. When Deborah was just a young girt, her father left and went off to sea. Being in poor health, her mother could not care for her children- So she sent them to Jive with diflferent relatives, hoping these people would take care of her children,
❷ Young Deborah, less than seven years old* had to work for a farmer. On the farrn^ she learned to ride and hunt She did housework as well. Life was difficulty but Deborah worked hard and grew strong. The farmer had ten sons, and Deborah helped to take care of them. In the evening, she had the boys talk about their lessons with hen By this she learned what they learned. She also borrowed their school books to read every night. When she was 18, Deborah became a teacher.
❸ Soon after she started her new career, the American Revolution began. She wanted to fight for her country, but women could not be soldiers at that time. Deborah had a plan. She was tall for a woman of that time. She made herself a man's suit and secretly practiced walking and talking like a man. Finally, she
joined the army using the name Robert.
❹ "Robert” was a brave soldier. He fought with courage in every battle,, and other soldiers respected him. They never smpectcd that their follow soldier was a woman. Once he caught a fever and had to go to the hospital. There a doctor found out that Robert was actually a woman. Deborah then had to leave the army, but she was not punished. Some people say she even met General George Washington before she left
© Later, Deborah married a fanner and had three children. She taught in school and gave lectures about her time in the army till retirement. Deborah died 取 the age of 66, She was a true American hero.
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My Major Problem
Decision-making is something 1 struggle with. In feet；, Pd rather have someone else make decisions for me.
As I sat in a crowded information session（咨询会）at a college last summer, I was； again faced with the pressure of making a decision. 16 He then asked each of us to give our intended major I looked at my mother with panic.
4SA major?^ I said. ££I can't even decide what socks to wear to school!^
I wanted to say I was undecided But as my tum to speak approached4 my confidence decreased. 27 I watched the girl in front of me. She was searching for some obscure （鲜为人知的）major. I realized I couldn't just say undecided. So, when my turn came, I uneasily said, KJ want to major in business/5 I could ftd 我liar" written all over my face.
_2&_ I felt ashamed. xtWhy couldn*t I have said that?*' I thought. The admissions adviser even said that a lot of people are uncertain. Tliat is why students have to decide until the end of the second year.
I have no idea what I want to do with my life. AU I know is that I don't want to do anything that involves blood. 29 This isn't really narrowing it down, rvc been told many people start college with one m^orT and graduate with a degree in something totally different
After my experience at the information session, Fve learned not to be afraid of saying I'm t4undecided/* I know now that I am not the only one uncertain about future studies. Vm still experiencing a problem, 3。
A.Everyone before me had declared a m可or.
B.So Fve narrowed my list down to anything but medicine.
CL The admissions ofBcer asked us to introduce ourselves briefly,
D- In th圮 end』only one brave person said she was undecided,
E.Admissions advisors help you to make decisions,
F.However, Tm confident Pll find a solution.
In our daily life, it's nice to have friends. While family is 31 _ important, friends arc a difierent support system of your choosing. As the , 32 goes, <5Ybu can't choose your family^ bul you can choose your friends,,5 Choosing them wisely can _33 your life more exciting and inspiring.
Deciding whom you choose as your fnends says as much about you as it does them. You may choose your friends 34 on similar interests. You may choose them because you're opposites of each otlier and find this interesting. Often, friends become "fHends" because they arc naturally attracted towards each other due to 35 personalities. Sometimes ifs just circumstances that bring two individuals together who then become friends.
Whatever prompts a friendship, developing one is a very 36 experience. This is especially true when, before you know it, a certain 37 turns into a unique lifelong close friendship. Again^ itTs been said that a person …外 has only a couple of very close firiends in their life, Think of whom you 39— 必 truly close friends. These are those few individuals you can 40_ and share deep thoughts and concerns with.
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Many people think bats look (frighten). But research has 41 (show) us that bats are kind animals. The way they live 42 (provide) a great deal of help to humans and other 43 (live) thing気
Bats are gentle and loving. Mother bats sleep with their wings around their
44. (baby) to protect them3 and will move them to 45 (safe) if they seem to be 46 (threaten) in any way. Just like other aiiimalSj adult bats help their children find 47 (suit) fbod to eat.
Bats are 48 (help), too- Some bats eat insects. Just one brown bat can cat 49 (near) 600 insects in one hour! Besides, many species are even dependent on bats for their 5。 (survive). Therefore, bats are really friendly animals!
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