The Swiss eat as a pastime. Ladies walk into a teashop, eat a couple of ice creams and a large piece of chocolate cake, and then leave, complaining about their weight.]
For the Americans, the greatest fondness is said to be the push of buttons. You push a button in the lift, you push a button for cigarette, chewing gums, stamps, even for a life insurance. You can even push a button to get married and another button to get divorced.
In England, waiting in a line is national passion. The English will form a line whether they have the opportunity or not. Long queues can be seen, for example, at stations when the train is practically empty and everybody can have a seat.
In different (1)__▲___
What people like to do best
People love to discuss how a woman (2)___▲____, what she did in the past and what she will be in the future.
Women like to (3)___▲___ in the street to get back confidence.
People sit in café, (4)___▲___ with each other, and sometimes they even ask about some (5)___▲___ information.
Ladies eat a lot of fatty (6)___▲____ but they often (7)___▲___ having done so.
In the (8)__▲__
It seems that you can do almost everything (9)__▲___ pushing buttons.
The whole nation love to (10)___▲___in a line almost anywhere and anytime.
1.Jane can’t f ________ herself for not reaching the company on time before the interviewer left.
2.We should have a balanced diet in order to keep h________.
3.Between Saturday and Monday, it is S________.
4.Tom was b________up by his uncle, so he treated his uncle as his father.
5.It’s ahow much pleasure you get out of the simple things in life, especially if you can’t have them for a while.
6.Well, I can’t say that I have any plans. I’m hoping to find work. As a matter of f________, I landed in Britain by accident.
7.Mammals can give b________to young baby animals and produced milk to feed them.
8.Many competitors in Calgary Stampede have a g________for riding wild horsed and can win thousands of dollars in prizes.
9.That story can r________me of my childhood in the small village.
10.His illness led to his absence. That is to say, his illness a ________for his absence.
It is important to fix our eyes on the protection of wildlife, because at present they are in danger. Every day some species of animals or plants are ___31___ (die) out.
On one hand, people hunt ___32___ for food or for clothing, because some have thick furs ___33___ can be made into clothes. On the other hand, man think some animals are ___34___ (fiercely) and attack them to death. For this reason, they can’t get along ___35___ with wildlife. And as a result, what they do ___36___ (danger) the wildlife.
In order to protect the wildlife ___37___ extinction, it is necessary to set up wildlife reserve ___38___ some special zones for wildlife. What’s more, leading the consciousness of wildlife protection to come into ___39___ (be) is the most important. Only when the above has a good effect___40___ wildlife can it be protected and the species develop gradually and safely.
Anger(生气) is a very common human emotion and at some time or another we all experience it. From young children to old people we all feel angry in various times and for various reasons. There is nothing wrong with this. It is only when you lose control of your feelings and begin to shout and complain unnecessarily about something unimportant that it is seen as a problem. Since it is a natural emotion, you do not have to try to get rid of it completely. You only have to control it.
The first thing you should do is to improve your self-image. This will be of great help to you in your management of anger. You will find that when you are in a situation where you would normally get angry and shout, you will have the self-confidence to put your case forward without displaying anger to cover up your emotions. This will give you a better image of yourself and help you to feel good about yourself. Remember that others think of you what you think of yourself.
A good idea is to think about what makes you angry while you are in a good mood. It is no use asking the question once your anger has been aroused (激起). What situation is it that can make you lose your temper in a second? It is usually not even very big issues that can make you do this. It is usually just the fact that things are not going in your own way. By avoiding these issues you can control your anger.
Make a list(清单) of the things that cause you to get angry. Discuss your list with your family and they will give you their help in any way they can. They will be so pleased that you are trying to be different that you can be sure that they will do everything they can to make you happy.
There are many reasons for people to lose their temper in everyday life and that is why it is so important to learn to manage it. There is nothing wrong with getting angry about something if your anger is controlled. Saying what you think is necessary but never raising your voice in anger or becoming threatening to the person you have directed your anger at is what you are supposed to do.
Anger is a very (76)____________human emotion.
Anger is a natural emotion
Everyone feels(77) ____________ at various times and for various reasons.
Anger is a problem
When you lose your temper and begin to shout and complain
unnecessarily about something that is not (78)_____________
How to face anger
You needn't try to get rid of it completely. You only have to keep it under(79)__________
How to control your anger
●Try to (80)__________ your self-image.
●Think about what makes you angry while you are in a good mood and try to(81) _________small issues that make you lose your temper.
● Make a list of the things that (82)________ you to get angry and discuss them with your family.
●It is(83)_______ saying what you think but never raise your voice in anger or become threatening to the person you have directed your anger at.
Culture shock refers to the anxiety and feelings (of surprise, uncertainty, confusion, etc.) felt when people have to operate within a different and unknown cultural or social environment, such as a foreign country.
Generally speaking, we could say that there are four stages of culture shock. The first stage is called “the honeymoon”. In this stage, you are excited about living in a different place. 1.
The next stage is “the hostility(敌意)stage”. In this stage, you begin to notice not everything is as good as you originally thought it was. 2. Moreover, people don't treat you like a guest anymore.
Then you come to the third stage called “recovery”. In this stage, you start to feel more positive. _3._ The whole situation starts to become more favorable and you begin to learn to adapt yourself to it.
The last stage of culture shock is called “adjustment”. In this stage, you have reached a point where you actually feel good. 4. The things that originally made you feel uncomfortable or strange are now things that you understand. Now you have adjusted to the new culture and you feel comfortable.
Not all individuals visiting another country will experience all these four stages.
5. It also occurs within cultures as individuals move from place to place or from one setting to another (e.g., from high school to college).
A．You feel that friends should help each other to deal with culture shock.
B．And you try to develop comprehension of everything you don't understand.
C．In addition, culture shock is not limited to the overseas visitor.
D．You become tired of many things about the new culture.
E．You have learned enough to understand the new culture.
F．You begin to understand you need to travel a lot.
G．And everything seems to be marvelous and everybody seems to be so nice to you.
The way 1 people spend their holidays has changed a lot. 2 seems that people are changing their 3 (mind) and they want to explore the outside world. The seaside still has 4 different attractions for people. But it will be possible to decrease(下降) because 5 the pollution. Now people 6 (persuade) to travel abroad which can widen their knowledge about the world. Another track is that camping is 7 (rise). People insist 8 getting close to nature. Anyway, people should refer to journals, guide books and even ask advice 9 the experienced 10 they begin their travel.
More and more middle school students in China are getting shorter sleeping time. Most students sleep f76 than nine hours every night, 77 they have much homework to do. Some homework is 78 by school teachers, and some by parents. Also, some students don’t know 79 to save the time. They are not careful e80 while doing their homework, so it takes them a lot of time. Some students have to get up early every morning on w 81 to get to school on time by bus or by bike. It can 82 a long way from home to school. Teachers and parents should c 83 down some of the homework so that the children can
e 84 nine hours of sleep every night for their 85.
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After two days’ travel, the girls began to realize that Canada is quite empty. At school, they had learned that most Canadians live 71 a few hundred kilometres of the USA border, and Canada’s population 72 only slightly over thirty million, but now they were amazed 73 see such an empty country. They went through a wheat-growing province and saw farms 74 covered thousands of acres. 75 dinner, they were back in an urban area, the busy port city of Thunder Bay at the 76 of the Great Lakes. The girls were surprised at the 77 that ocean ships can sail up the Great Lakes. Because of the Great Lakes, they learned, Canada has more fresh water 78 any other country in the world. In fact, it has one-third of the world’s total 79 water, and 80 of it is in the Great Lakes.
Without proper planning, tourism can cause problems. For example, too many tourists can crowd public places that are also enjoyed by the inhabitants of a country. If tourists create too much traffic, the inhabitants become annoyed and unhappy. They begin to dislike tourists and to treat them impolitely. They forget how much tourism can help the country’s economy. It is important to think about the people of a destination country and how tourism affects them. Tourism should help a country keep the customs and beauty that attract tourists. Tourism should also advance the well-being of local inhabitants.
Too much tourism can be a problem. If tourism grows too quickly, people must leave other jobs to work in the tourism industry. This means that other parts of the country’s economy can suffer.
On the other hand, if there is not enough tourism, people can lose jobs. Business can also lose money. It costs a great deal of money to build large hotels, airports, first-class roads, and other support facilities needed by tourist attractions. For example, a major international-class tourism hotel can cost as much as 50 thousand dollars per room to build. If the room is not used most of the time, the owners of the hotel lose money.
●Helping develop 2. __________
●Keeping the 3. _________and beauty
●Advancing the well-being of local people
●4._________ more jobs
●6._________ other parts of the country’s economy
●Making public places 7._________
●Increasing 8._________ on traffic
●9._______ a large amount of money to build infrastructures
●Causing a 10._____ of money if the facilities are left unused
Jane:Mum,What will the weather be like tomorrow? Have you heard the weather report today?
Mum:Yes, why do you pay much more (1.)a to something about the weather??
Jane: Oh,we’ve planned to go for a (2.)p .
Mum:The radio gives us the (3.)i that there’ll be rain..
Jane: What a (4.)p ! Our plan can’t be (5.)c out.
Mum:You know sometimes the (6.)w makes mistakes.
Jane: I hope he’s made a mistake again this time.
Mum:Why not play computer (7.)g at home if it rains ?
Jane: I'm afraid I (8.)p to go to the (9.)m rather than do that.
Mum: OK．It's good to see an interesting film on (10.)r days.