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假设你是李华,你的美国朋友Michael正在学习汉语和中国文化,知道中国人很重视家风传承。他在给你的电子邮件中想了解你家的家风以及家风对你的影响。请你给他回复一封电子邮件。开头和结尾已经给出,不计入总词数。

注意:1. 词数100左右;

2. 可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯。

参考词汇:家风family spirits

Dear Michael,

I’m glad to know that you are learning Chinese language and culture.

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About 30 years ago, I left Cuba for the United States with my 4-year-old son. After getting ________finally in Brunswick, New Jersey, I enrolled(注册)my son in ________Several weeks later, my son’s teacher asked me to meet him at his ________.

In the teacher’s office, an exchange of ________was followed by his questions: “Is your son mentally retarded (弱智的), Does he suffer from any kind of ________disability?”

Was he talking about my wonderful Scola? No, no it can’t be. What a ________. lonely moment! I told him that Scola was a quiet, sweet little boy, instead. I asked him why he was asking me all these questions.

My son could not ________the teacher’s directions, he told me, and ________. Scola was disrupting the class. Didn’t he know my son did not speak English yet?

He was ________; “Why hasn’t your son been taught to speak English? Don’t you speak English at home?”

No, I didn’t speak English at home, I ________, I was sure my son would learn English in a couple of months, and I didn’t want him to forget his ________language. Well, wrong answer! What kind of person would not speak in English to her son at home and at all time? “Are you one of those people who come to this country to save dollars and send them back to their country, ________wanting to be a part of this society?”

________, I tried to tell him I was not one of “those people”. Then he told me the ________was over, and I left.

As I had ________, my son learned to speak English ________before the school year was over. He went on to graduate from college and got a ________, earning close to six figures. He travels widely and leads a well-adjusted, contented life. And he has ________from being bilingual(双语的).

Speaking more than one language allows people to ________with others; it teaches people about other ________and other places something very basic and obviously lacking in the “educator” I met in New Jersey.

1.A. solved    B. settled    C. situated    D. involved

2.A. school    B. company    C. community    D. kindergarten

3.A. office    B. home    C. house    D. workshop

4.A. questions    B. greetings    C. information    D. requests

5.A. physical    B. emotional    C. educational    D. mental

6.A. careless    B. helpless    C. useless    D. worthless

7.A. hear    B. repeat    C. follow    D. explain

8.A. thus    B. however    C. otherwise    D. though

9.A. angry    B. calm    C. surprised    D. sad

10.A. refused    B. replied    C. reminded    D. rewarded

11.A. spoken    B. written    C. second    D. native

12.A. often    B. never    C. seldom    D. once

13.A. Needless to say    B. Beyond words    C. For no reason    D. To make matters worse

14.A. instruction    B. blame    C. meeting    D. discussion

15.A. planned    B. noted    C. suggested    D. expected

16.A. easily    B. fluently    C. hardly    D. exactly

17.A. job    B. degree    C. chance    D. scholarship

18.A. suffered    B. benefited    C. learned    D. grown

19.A. deal    B. stay    C. communicate    D. match

20.A. languages    B. customs    C. traditions    D. cultures

 


In summer the extreme heat often makes people sweaty and restless. While people are annoyed by it, experts suggest summer is the best season to discharge(排放) your body’s toxins(毒素) and recover your energy.

One popular option is hot-stone massage(按摩). Therapists use smooth and heated stones, usually river rocks, to massage certain parts of the body, or place them on key points of the body. The warmth of the hot stones will improve blood circulation and also help relax muscles, while sweating is also believed to be good for discharging the body’s toxins.

Another popular option is hot-stone baths. The hot-stone bath will help the body discharge toxins and humidity (湿气) that accumulated during the last winter. Summer is the best season to build a good body. Rather than use water or steam to heat and wash the body, people simply wear a coat or something comfortable, and then lie on heated stone tablets made of hot stones, which are warmed to around 45℃. The body will gradually warm up and blood circulation will also be improved. More sweat will come out quickly. The sweat is smooth and fresh, not smelly like that released after sports activities. Such baths bring a number of health benefits, such as anti-aging, improved blood circulation and stress relief. The slimming effect of dieting can even be promoted.

Using hot stones for healing dates back to ancient times, but the modern renewal of hot-stone massage is generally credited to Mary Nelson, a native of Tucson, Arizona, America, whose trademark is “LaStone Therapy”.

The therapy is gaining wide popularity with many people, especially those who have jobs in cool air-conditioned rooms. The hot-stone therapy can help cure many diseases, including back pain.

1.What do people use to release toxins in our body according to the text?

A. Swimming in white water.    B. Living in cold winter.

C. Lying on the warm beds.    D. Discharging lots of sweat.

2.What can we know from the text?

A. There are no toxins and humidity in the body in summer.

B. Sports have greater effects on the health than hot-stone massage.

C. Using water of about 45℃ to wash the body is good for the health.

D. People should take advantage of summer to improve their health.

3.What can be learned about the hot-stone therapy?

A. It was invented by Mary Nelson, an American.

B. It successfully cured many people of cancer.

C. It is popular with people because of its excellent effects.

D. It can help people avoid sweating too much in hot summer.

4.Which of the following could be the best title for the text?

A. How to live comfortably in summer

B. A healthy and comfortable lifestyle

C. The amazing functions of the hot-stone therapy

D. The origin and development of the hot-stone therapy

 


When Dee Dee Bridgewater learned that she would become a 2017 NEA Jazz Master, a series of thoughts and feelings flooded her mind. “It was so far out of my orbit and just my whole sphere of thinking,” she said in a conversation at NPR this spring, hours before she formally received her award.

She’s 66-far from retirement age in jazz, and on the extreme forward edge of the NEA Jazz Masters people. So she was aware of her relative youth in the field She also recognized that there haven’t been many women in the ranks of NEA Jazz Masters: fewer than 20, out of 145. That idea led her to reflect on her predecessors (前任): legendary singers like Betty Carter* who was seated back in 1992, and Abbey Lincoln, who received the nod in 2003.

Bridgewater sought inspiration and advice from both Carter and Lincoln, as she recalls in this period of Jazz Night, which features music recorded during the season opener for Jazz at Lincoln Center. On a program called “Songs of Freedom”, organized by drummer Ulysses Owens, Jr., Bridgewater sang material associated with Lincoln as well as Nina Simone: an extremely angry song of the civil rights movement, like “Mississippi Goddam”.

A separate concert, “Songs We Love”, found Bridgewater singing less politically charged (but still exciting) fare like “St. James Infirmary”, which appears on her most recent album. In words as well as music, this period reveals how seriously Bridgewater takes that responsibility, seeing as how it connects to her own experience in the jazz lineage. But maybe “seriously” isn’t the right word when it comes to Dee Dee, whose effervescence (欢腾) shines through even in a reflective mood. Join her here for a while; she’s excellent company, no more or less so now that mastery is officially a part of her resume.

1.What did Bridgewater think of her winning the award?

A. It confused her.

B. It was beyond her expectation.

C. It won great popular support for her.

D. It gave her much confidence about her career.

2.What can we learn about the musicians winning NEA Jazz Masters?

A. Women ranked higher than men.

B. Men accounted for a bigger part of them.

C. Most of them were unwilling to retire at first.

D. Many of them received the award at an early age.

3.Who is more likely to have a great influence on Bridgewater?

A. Carter and Lincoln.    B. Ulysses and Lincoln.

C. Nina Simone and Carter.    D. Nina Simone and Ulysses.

4.What does the last paragraph mainly talk about?

A. Bridgewater’s music theme.

B. Bridgewater’s music experience.

C. Bridgewater’s personal characters.

D. Bridgewater’s great achievements.