1-5 CBCBC 6-10 CABAC 11-15 CBBCA
16-20 BACAB 21-25 ABDBC 26-30 CABAA
31-35 DBDAB 36-40 CDBBC 41-45 DADAB
46-50 CDADB 51-55 CAACB 56-60 DCBDC
61-65 BDADB 66-70 CCCAB 71-75 DDDCA
76. √ 77. 去掉any 78. can后加to
79. did改为do 80. family改为home 81. subject改为subjects
82. a改为the 83. 去掉about 84. and改为or
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According to a survey made last week, most middle school students only have an average of less than 7 hours’ sleep each night, much less than required. There are several reasons for this. First of all, the students are burdened with too much homework. Another important reason is that schools and parents pay less attention to their sleep. But, in fact, this will be harmful to their health. So we must take some measures to stop this. First, less homework should be given to the students by teachers or parents. Second, more attention should be paid to their health. Third, the living conditions for them should be improved.
W: How much is the book?
M: Ten yuan each.
W: I’d like to buy three of them.
W: Would you mind turning down the TV a bit? I’m answering the phone.
M: Not at all.
W: Are you pleased with the printing of the book?
M: No, not really. The paper they used is not so good and the characters on the paper seem too small for me.
W: How are the summers here generally?
M: They are usually hot and rainy.
W: I have been here for about a month. But it has never rained.
M: It is just June now. The rain season hasn’t arrived yet.
W: I’m from CNN. Please tell our audience about the football match with England.
M: Well, it was terrible. We lost. And the score was zero to fourteen.
W: I’ve given you a corner room on the fifth floor with a nice view of the park. Shall I get someone to help you with your luggage?
M: No, that’s all right. I haven’t got any. I didn’t want to stay the night in town, but I missed my plane. By the way, I need a toothbrush, toothpaste and a comb.
W: Well, sir, I have toothbrushes and paste, but I don’t have any combs left.
M: Is there a store anywhere that’s open at this hour?
W: Certainly, that’s not difficult. There’s one open 24 hours. Turn right when you leave the hotel. Go to the second stoplight and turn left. You’ll see the sign on the right-hand side of the road.
W: What else did you do today?
M: After we’d finished swimming, I helped Mrs. Black. We cooked some food for a picnic.
W: Is Mrs. Black a good cook?
M: Yes, she is an excellent cook and she is very friendly. After we had been there for a couple of hours, we didn’t feel like guests. We felt like members of the family.
W: Where did you have your picnic?
M: That was fun. We went out in the boat which we borrowed.
W: What did you do that for?
M: To get to the island.
W: Oh, you had your picnic on an island, did you?
M: That’s right. It was great. The sun was hot and the water was warm. What a day!
W: It sounds like a good day. Did everyone else enjoy it, too?
M: Oh, yes. We’ll never forget it.
W: Good morning. May I take your order?
M: Yes. I’m a vegetarian, so I don’t want to eat any meat. Do you have any vegetarian dishes?
W: Yes, we do. We have onion soup and two salads. We also have spicy tofu and a vegetarian burger.
M: Hmm. Well, I’d like spicy food. Maybe I’ll try the tofu. You said you had two salads. What are they?
W: We have a house salad and a tomato salad.
M: What’s the house salad?
W: It’s lettuce, tomato, onion, mushrooms and corn.
M: That sounds good. I’d like a house salad, please.
W: Ok, so one spicy tofu and one house salad. What would you like to drink?
M: Orange juice, please.
W: Hi. I’m glad I ran into you.
M: Why? What’s up?
W: How would you like to go climbing in the mountain this weekend?
M: All weekend?
W: Well, just Saturday and Sunday.
M: I’m not sure I can be gone all weekend. I promised to help my sister move on Saturday.
W: How about Sunday, then? We could start early in the morning.
M: I might be able to do that. Tell you what... Let me check and I’ll call you at home tonight.
W: Great! By the way, I won’t be home before 10 o’clock.
M: Then, how can I reach you?
W: I’ve got an answer machine. You can simply call and leave your message. Your voice will be recorded.
M: I hate to talk to the machine. I feel strange.
W: All right. I’ll give you this number. I’ll be in my mother’s home.
The purpose of my festival is to give thanks and praise to one of the most important people in my life, my dear grandmother. She is my only living grandparent. She is 86 years old, and has lived near my home since my birth. She is really lovely, although she is quite old. Every day she brings fresh eggs and milk to my mother to give me for breakfast. Sometimes when I visit her, she still gives me candy, although she knows I am no longer a child.
I must say that I seldom forget all the good things my grandmother has done for me, but I know that some of my friends often do. This festival will help to remind them how important it is to honor our oldest family members. After all, without them, none of us would be here. All old people deserve our respect, which adds to feelings of dignity, don’t you think?
My festival will always be held on the second Sunday in April when spring has truly come to all parts of China. Our grandparents may be old but I believe they are still young at heart. Spring is the time to celebrate their youthful spirit.