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假定英语课上老师要求同桌之间交换修改作文,请你修改你同桌写的以下作文。文中共有10处语言错误,每句中最多有两处。每处错误仅涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。

增加:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(∧),并在其下面写出该加的词。

删除:把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉。

修改:在错的词下划一横线,并在该词下面写出修改后的词。

注意:1.每处错误及其修改均仅限一词;

2.只允许修改10处,多者(从第l1处起)不计分。

I’m writing to complain about the quality of the computer which I purchase from your store on January 1, 2019. It unexpected went wrong a few days late. The monitor turned out to be a black screen. I read through accompanying instructions, and tried my best restart the computer several time, but it still failed to work. However, I’m sure there is something wrong for the computer. I am hoping if you can direct me to a store where I may return it for a new replacement within the next three days. Since your store has been gained a good reputation for customer satisfaction, I’m confidence that you will process my complaint at your earliest convenience.

 

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【解析】 本文为投诉信。介绍了作者新买的电脑出现的问题并希望商家给予解决。 第一处:考查时态。根据后文on January 1, 2019可知,购买是过去的动作,要用一般过去时purcha...
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A letter to Mum and her mince (肉末) pies

When I was a little girl, you and I loved decorating the living room and Christmas tree. After _________, we would bake cakes. “Make enough mince pies, because Santa likes them,” you would tell me.

Christmas Eve came and you would put me on my _________ made bed. I’d fall asleep until Christmas _________. I’d wake up and thrill at the _________ before me. At the bottom of my bed would be loads of presents. I’d scream in delight, _________ tearing the paper open. Running downstairs, I would _________ that Santa hadn’t just stopped in the _________ : there were also lots of _________ around the Christmas tree.

Many years later, the _________ continued. The only thing that __________ was the presents at the end of the bed – I grew out of them.

One afternoon while we were __________ extra mince pies as usual, it __________ hit me that the extra wasn’t for __________. I said, “Those extra mince pies were never for Santa, were they? They were for you!” You never said a word – a smile was your only __________.

Christmas changed in 1986, when you suffered a __________ brain disease. After __________ throughout Christmas, you passed away on the 29 December .

Only now am I starting to enjoy Christmas again, and while I don’t do the __________ any more, I do have mince pies in the house. I leave one out just for you, as if you were __________ a part of my Christmas. And I make sure I put up the decorations __________ you, and us. Thanks for the __________ memories of Christmas, Mum.

1.A. cooking    B. decorating    C. living    D. resting

2.A. neatly    B. specially    C. quickly    D. temporarily

3.A. Eve    B. morning    C. dinner    D. vacation

4.A. pies    B. mess    C. decorations    D. sight

5.A. violently    B. deliberately    C. excitedly    D. casually

6.A. discover    B. witness    C. describe    D. imagine

7.A. apartment    B. lounge    C. bedroom    D. kitchen

8.A. decorations    B. cakes    C. leaves    D. presents

9.A. tradition    B. holiday    C. celebration    D. situation

10.A. helped    B. stopped    C. remained    D. counted

11.A. making    B. tasting    C. purchasing    D. delivering

12.A. heavily    B. certainly    C. suddenly    D. frequently

13.A. Mum    B. Santa    C. Christmas    D. guests

14.A. explanation    B. opinion    C. expression    D. reply

15.A. mild    B. curable    C. severe    D. common

16.A. suffering    B. celebrating    C. working    D. decorating

17.A. laundry    B. cleaning    C. operation    D. baking

18.A. still    B. also    C. even    D. just

19.A. in praise of    B. in memory of    C. on behalf of    D. on account of

20.A. short    B. recent    C. regretful    D. wonderful

 


    Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) isn’t supported by most Westerners. 1.

TCM will be included in the new version of the International Classification of Diseases (ICD), which will be published by the World Health Organization in 2019, Nature magazine reported. 2. Ryan Abbott at the Center for East-West Medicine at the University of California, Los Angeles, US, said this could benefit TCM.

3. For example, during the 2016 Rio Olympic Games, US swimmer Michael Phelps was seen with circular bruises(瘀青) on his body. Such bruises are caused by cupping, a traditional Chinese medicinal practice that has been around for more than 2,000 years.

In 2015, Chinese scientist Tu Youyou was awarded the Nobel Prize in Medicine for her discovery of artemisinin(青蒿素), a drug that can cure malaria(疟疾). She said she was inspired by traditional Chinese medicine.

4. Twenty-six TCM centers were set up overseas over three years, according to a 2017 report published by Xinhua News Agency.

TCM still faces many challenges, such as a lack of clinical evidence as to precisely how it works. 5. Some say that TCM methodology should be combined with modern scientific methods to make it more acceptable to people outside of China.

A. However, this is starting to change.

B. TCM has cured millions of people in the world.

C. China has made some efforts to promote TCM overseas.

D. TCM’s effectiveness has been difficult to study or provide evidence for.

E. Tried and tested over thousands of years, the effectiveness of TCM is clear.

F. TCM has seen some growth in other countries, with a number of famous people being known to use it.

G. This is the first time for TCM to be included in the ICD, which serves as the international standard for diseases and health conditions.

 


    Experts like to say the best form of exercise is whatever kind you’ll actually do. But that may not always be the case; new research finds that people who combine exercise with their social lives may be at an advantage over solitary(独自) exercisers. Tennis, badminton and soccer are all better for longevity(长寿) than cycling, swimming, jogging or gym exercise, according to the research.

The study was based on data from about 8,500 adults who were part of the Copenhagen City Heart Study. They completed a health and lifestyle questionnaire, which included questions about type and frequency of physical activity, and were monitored by the researchers for around 25 years, a period during which about 4,500 of the subjects died.

Tennis came out on top in the research. Compared with people sitting all day, those who reported playing tennis as their main form of exercise could expect to add 9.7 years to their life time, followed by badminton (6.2 years), soccer (4.7 years), cycling (3.7 years), swimming (3.4 years), jogging (3.2 years) and health-club activities (1.5 years).

Tennis likely took the top spot because “it’s very interactive,” says study co-author Dr. James O’Keefe, a physician at Saint Luke’s Mid America Heart Institute. “At every point you’re talking. It’s just a very natural way to emotionally bond with people, besides getting your exercise.” But he adds that the study may not have been able to fully account for the fact that wealthier, better-educated people—who tend to be healthier to begin with—may be more likely to play tennis.

Activities like running and weight lifting still extend your life and offer plenty of other health benefits. But for the best possible benefits, O’Keefe says gym-goers may want to consider combining those workouts with activities that foster social connection.

O’Keefe, whose exercise typically includes running and weight lifting, says he’s even changed his own behavior because of the study: he and his family have taken up badminton.

“You can’t play badminton without feeling like a kid again,” he says. “It’s just pure fun.”

1.Which of the following is best for living a long life?

A. Cycling.    B. Badminton.

C. Swimming.    D. Gym exercise.

2.How many people were still living at the end of the research?

A. About 8,500.    B. About 4,500.

C. About 4000.    D. About 2500.

3.What matters most to the result of the research?

A. Family life.    B. Social connections.

C. Frequency of exercise.    D. Wealth and education.

4.What does O’Keefe do after the finding?

A. He puts the theory into practice.

B. He plays badminton just for fun.

C. He feels like playing badminton with kids.

D. He takes more exercise than before.

 


    Scientists are trying to save Puerto Rico’s endangered Amazon parrots after Hurricane Maria destroyed the birds’ habitats and food sources(来源).

El Yunque is a large national forest on the eastern part of Puerto Rico. Just two of the 56 wild parrots that once lived there survived Maria, the Category-4 storm that struck Puerto Rico in September 2017. Scientists report other forests have seen great drops in parrot populations as well.

In the 1800s, there were more than a million of the bright green parrots living in the wild in Puerto Rico. By the 1970s, the number was down to just 13 birds after years of forest clearing.

A special program was started in 1972 to help increase the parrot population, which led to the creation of three breeding(繁殖) centers. Just weeks before Hurricane Maria hit, scientists counted 56 wild parrots at El Yunque. That was the highest number in the program’s history. Scientists say that even though several parrots have been born in captivity(笼养) and in the wild since Maria, the species is still in danger.

The Puerto Rican Amazon is the island’s only remaining native parrot. More than 460 of the birds are kept inside the breeding centers at El Yunque and the Rio Abajo forest. Scientists have not released(释放) any of the birds since Hurricane Maria. A third breeding center, in a forest in the western area of Maricao, has not been in operation since the storm.

Scientists are considering whether to catch some of the remaining wild parrots and put them in the same cage as the birds that are set to be released. This way, the captive birds can learn from the wild birds how to survive in the forests. Another consideration is to release some captive parrots in Maricao, which was not as heavily damaged by Maria.

1.Why has the parrot population greatly decreased in the past 200 years?

A. Because of Hurricane Maria.

B. Because of too much hunting.

C. Because of the loss of forests.

D. Because of lack of breeding centers.

2.Which of the following is true about Hurricane Maria?

A. It killed 56 wild parrots at El Yunque.

B. It greatly affected parrots in captivity.

C. It reduced the number of wild parrots.

D. It led to the creation of three breeding centers.

3.What can we infer about Amazon parrots in captivity?

A. They have the highest number in the history.

B. They have been released since Hurricane Maria.

C. They are used to living in the wild.

D. They are larger in number than those in the wild.

4.What is the best title for the text?

A. Scientists Work to Save Puerto Rican Parrots.

B. Amazon Parrots are in Danger of Disappearing.

C. A Special Program Helps Increase the Parrot Population.

D. Hurricane Maria Reduced the Number of Amazon Parrots.