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2017年如皋籍警察李百战被评为全国优秀人民警察,假如你是学校通讯站的一名小记者,对李百战进行了采访,请根据以下提示,用英语写一篇稿件,向同学们介绍这个优秀的片儿警。

一个勤学的人

1. 博览群书,勤学上进;

一个敬业的人

1.创建QQ, 关爱邻里;

2.探访孤寡,排忧解难。

一个懂礼仪的人

1.遵守交通,排队谦让;

2.公众场所,保持安静。

一个有爱心的人

热心慈善,捐资捐物;

……(请自拟一点内容)

一个绿色生活的人

减少污染,骑车步行;

节约能源,关灯关水。

你的感受

……(请自拟一点内容)

 

注意: 

1. 表达中必须包含所给要点,可以适当发挥,不要简单翻译。

2. 词数80左右,开头已经写好,不计入总词数。

3. 表达中请勿提及真实校名和姓名。

提示:创建qq   set up QQ groups

片儿警  a local regional policeman

Li Baizhan, the Most Excellent Policeman, was born in Rugao. _____________________

 

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Li Baizhan, the Most Excellent Policeman, was born in Rugao. He is hard-working. He works hard and r...
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八、阅读与回答问题

From changing your diapers (尿布) to paying for your school and college, Dad tries to do everything possible to provide you with an easier and more comfortable life. To thank him, why not do these things for him on Father’s Day.

Give Dad a souvenir

What can be better than giving him a souvenir? Nothing, I think. First, made a souvenir on your own. Then get a photo of you and your father and stick it to the souvenir. Before your dad goes to bed, give him the souvenir, saying “I love you” and give him a bear hug.

Watch Dad’s favourite movie with him

Spending the day with your dad is a nice thing you can do. Choose a nice film and watch the film with him. Dangal (摔跤吧,爸爸), the Pursuit of happyness (当幸福来敲门) (tips: after watching the film you will find out why they use happyness instead of happiness) and Dad, where are we going are good choices.

Bring breakfast to Dad’s bed

Go into the kitchen and cook breakfast for your dad. And make sure it’s your dad’s favourite breakfast. If you are good at cooking, the meal shouldn’t be a problem. But if you are not good at it, the Internet is always helpful. Ordering the food online is not a bad idea.

Wash Dad’s car

In fact, something small like washing Dad’s car is enough to express your love to him. In order to surprise him, try to wash the car well before he wakes up. That must make him happy.

1.How many pieces of advice does the writer share with us?

_______________________________________________________________________

2.In the writer’s opinion(观点), which is the best idea to thank Dad?

_________________________________________________________________________

3.Which films does the writer advise us to watch with Dad?

__________________________________________________________________________

4.According to this article, if you are not good at cooking, how will you bring food to your dad?

___________________________________________________________________________

5.What will you do to express your love to your dad on Father’s Day?

______________________________________________________________________

 




Bargaining (讨价) is the rule here in Beijing. At least, it is so in most markets and back-street clothes shops. Bargaining is an art and if you are unfamiliar (不熟悉) with it, we’d like to offer you some advice. The tips here are often used in Beijing but may help you at any place in the world where bargaining is practiced.

DO NOT say how much you want to pay for an item (物品) unless it’s near the end of the bargaining. Always try and drop the seller’s offering price as much as possible before opening your mouth with a price.

DO throw out really low prices like 10 RMB with a big smile.

DO keep smiling from the beginning to the end. The seller usually continues bargaining with a happy smiling face. Getting angry hardly gets you the price you want. Keep in mind the price offered by the seller at the beginning is usually at least 40% over the generally reasonable (合理的) price. It can be up to 500% over.

DO have an idea of what the item costs. You can ask your friends, people in the hotel or others you know, or look at the list below. This is very general and is based (根据) on a market like Xiu Shui. You may not be able to get the lowest prices at Xiu Shui, especially on a weekend when there are lots of tourists around.

1.Who is this passage written for?

A. Owners of back-street shops.    B. Businessmen in Beijing.

C. Those who are good at bargaining.    D. Those who travel in Beijing.

2.What is the writer mainly talking about in this passage?

A. Beijing markets.    B. Bargaining tips.

C. Lowest prices.    D. Sellers’ offer.

3.What is the most important thing to do in bargaining with the seller?

A. Keep smiling.    B. Be patient.

C. Don’t get angry.    D. Don’t say anything.

4.What is NOT included in the tips often used to bargain in Beijing?

A. Find out the true price and go to the markets with friends.

B. Don’t offer your price until the end of the bargaining with a smile.

C. Getting angry can hardly gets you the price you want.

D. Don’t go to markets at the time when there are too many tourists.

5.Which of the following can help you get an item you want at the lowest price?

A. Whenever you go shopping, take a price list with you.

B. You can bargain for anything at the price of 10 RMB.

C. The price range (范围) for you to bargain is usually between 40% and 500%.

D. XiuShui Market is the biggest shopping center where prices are always reasonable.