1.I hate hiking and I2.Iall the time and I like playing computer games. 3.Rock music is OK, and 4.Chuck is a businessman who is alwaysbusy 5.One day Chuck is a flight acrothe Pacific Ocean when suddenly his plane crashes.
6.He realizes that he hasn’t been a very good friend because he 7.Chuck learns we need friends to share happineand sorrow, and is important to have someone to care about. 8.When he makes friends with Wilson, he understand andwe must give as much as we take.
9.The lesson we can learn from Chuck and all the others have unusual friends is 10.I found the bathroom, but I didn’t find what I was looking for. 11.Don’t buy me some ketchup on your way back. 12.There are more than 42 countriesthe majority of the people speak English. 1314.In China students learn English at school as a foreign language, except for those in Hong Kong,many people speak English as a first or a second language.
15.In only fifty years, English into the language most widely spoken and used in the world. 16so many peoplein English every day ,it will becometo have a good knowledge of English.
17.For a long time the language in America stayed the same, the language in England changed.
18.In the same way Americans still use the expression ―I gue―(meaning ―I think‖),just19.At the same time, British English and American English started borrowing words from other languages ,20.these differences in spelling, written English is more or lethe same in both British and American English.
21.However,most of the time people from the two countries do noteach other.
22.Many people travel because they want to see other countries and visit places are famous, interesting or beautiful.
23.Many of today’s travelers are looking for an unusual experience and adventure travel is becoming more and more popular. 24. spending your vacation on a bus, in a hotel or sitting on the beach, you may want to try hiking.
25.Hiking is fun and exciting, but you shouldn’t forget safety. 26.A raft is a small boatyou can use to paddle down rivers and streams.1
27.If you want a normal rafting trip, choose a quiet stream or river wide and has few fallen trees or rocks.
28.The name ―whitewater ―comes from the fact water in these streams and rivers looks white when it moves quickly.
29.As with hiking ,you should always think about your safety and wear good clothes.
30.Jane and Betty are goingseparate holidays a few days’ time.
31.When are youto Guangzhou? 32.My planeat seven, so I think we’ll take a taxi. 33.See you when Iback. 34.The next moment the first wave swept her down, 35.Now ,the water, was cold as ice and flowed faster than a river, was above her knees.
36.Jeff and Flora looked into each other’s face with . 37.Flora,38. went down, by the water, must have been three meters deep.
39.The gardenwas once so beautiful was completely destroyed, swept away by the wild water.
40.I found some photos of interesting places were not too far away from Chengdu.
41.He told mego on a two-day trip to Leshan and Emei, wasn’t too expensive.
42.First,we went to Leshan, where we climbed Buddha.
44.Wei Bin took photos of us in front of the Buddha.
45.Steven Spielberg, music teacher, was born in 1946 in a small town in America.
46.In 1959 Spielberg won a prize a film he made when he was thirteen years old.
47.The reason he could not go there was 48.Here he worked on a short film, him a job as the youngest film director in the world.
49.This was the moment
50.It is about a big white shark attacks swimmers are spending their holidays in a small village by the sea. 51.Many people saw the film were afraid to swim in the sea they remembered the scenes 52.Spielberg has made two films about creatures from outer space.
53.For example , ET(1982) is about a young boy Elliott makes friends with a small creature from outer space and helps him to find a way to go home. 54.Jurassic Park,Spielberg made in 1993,is about a parka very rich man keeps different kinds of dinosaurs.
55.In his war films, he has shownlove and peace will win over war in the end.
56.Steven Spielberg is fans in China.
57.Whenabout the secret of his success, Steven Spielberg said hemuch of his succeand happinehis wife and children.
58.He met Cate Capshaw,is an actress, he was working on one of his films. 59.After that it still took seven years they finally got married. 60.Mr Gao,of the Shuiquan Primary School, has to stay away for a month to take care of his sick mother. 61.The most important thing for young Minzhi is school---NOT ONE LESS—before Mr. Gao returns!
62.She tries to keep the students in the classroom them up in the classroom and 63.Minzhi wants to go to town, but she can’ta bus ticket. 64.She wants them to let her appear live on the air, 65.Many people like this not just because the story itself is moving, but also because most of the people in the film use their real names andthemselves. 66.I gueit wasn’t really your fault, ? 67.Peoplego to a formal Western dinner party for the first time may be surprised by table manners in Western culture. 68.means knowing ,for example, how to use knives and forks, when to drink a toast and how to behave at the table. 69.The knife and fork that arebeside them.
70.In China, you sometimes get a hot, damp cloth to clean your face and hands,,however, is not the custom in Western countries.71.someone’s health, you raise your glasses, but the glasses should not touch.
72.Although good manners always make you look good, you do not need to worry about all these rules 73.It is true many of the world’s greatest cities have been built on the banks of a river. 74.We will do everything we can. 75.Pieces of the palaces build the city and its culture. 76.. 77.Old paintings, including a portrait of Peter the Greatwas found in the snow outside St Petersburg, made as wonderful as in the past. 78.Today Peter the Great on his bronze horse can once againthe city he built.
79. the people of St Petersburg are the modern heroes of3
80.Some of the gamesthe young men completed were: running, jumping and wrestling.
81.In Sydney the Chinese team got 28 gold medals, the competing countries.
82.Many of the Chinese medals were won such as weightlifting and shooting. 83. the history-making succein the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games, China won another great competition in 2001was not for a medal.
84.The people of Beijing. and of the whole country,to light the Olympic torch to welcome athletes and sports fans from all over the world.
85.Wang Mei puts her hand into her pocket,takes out her red cellphone and presses the talk key.
86.Cellphones, or mobile phones ,make for us to talk to anyone from anywhere.
87.New functions 88.The latest cellphones have features such as games ,music and an electronic calendar 89.The students obey the rules andtheir phones in the classroom.
90.The answer seems to bewe have a need tofriends and familywe are or what we are doing.
91. also makes us feel safer, we can call for help in case of an emergency.
92.She says her cellphone helps her do she wants to do and still stay in touch with her parents and friends.
93.‖ I think it’s the most useful invention ever ―Wang Mei says is dialling the number to Xiao Li again to ask her what she 94.Wang Mei calls her best friend Xiao Li at leastto seeand what is going on.
95.Once,the earth was a beautiful blue planet and animals.
96.The human beings have been able to keep a small, secret school open the machines took over.
97.Now, the leader has asked a group of students to do what they can the earth.
98.Instead, the students have decided toa peaceful solution.
99.Steve Jones is an environmental expertbecoming endangered. 100.We often talk about how importantis to take care of ourselves and our planet, but we don’t always do as we say.
101.Many of the earth’s plants and animals have already species are endangered.
102.If we want to live a better life and have a bright future, we must learn to act in4
waysdo not harm other living things.
103.If we know more aboutcauses endangerment ,we may be able tobefore it is too late.
104.A 105.Animals and plants must have a habitat, or home, and 106.They their environment;is ,they have learnt how to live successfully in their habitat.
107.Experts tell us need to think about what we can do to keep animals and plants from becoming endangered.
108.Professor Stevenson explainedstudents the milu deer had been very common in China a long time ago, but it disappeared during the Ming and Qing Dynasties.
109.What we hear on the radio or see on TV is only a small part of all the wonderful music110.People of its characteristics.
111.Hip-top music often combines parts of other styles to create musicwill help people hear new things in old music.
112.Latin music –music uses traditional styles from Latin America—has spread all over the world. 113.The blues African songs used to singthey worked and during festivals.
114.There is a wide variety of new music to be discovered in every corner of the world, so the next time you look for a tape or a CD, don’t just look for Chinese or American music—open your ears to the sounds of the world. 115.They play music totheir inner desire.
116.They do not think how much money they can make from a song; instead, they sing for their emotions and live for music. 117.The proce, however, is totally different .
118.You mustwhat you do and who you want to succeed in the world –the magical world of Hogwarts and the real one. 119. they could find a way to get to the room, or whatever it was, behind the wall.
120.Our eating habits have changed, has our way of life, and the fuel we need for our bodies is also different.
121.If we want to keep up with the high pace of modern life, we had better learn to make the right choices about what and how we eat.
122.When we choose what to buy and eat, we had better think whether the food will give us the nutrients we need.
123.Vitamins, which we can get from eating vegetables, fruit, fish and drinking milk, help our body fight disease.
124.Many people today make choices about their eating habits based on what they believe.
http://oh100.com anic vegetables are those that are grown without chemicals that can be harmful to human beings or the environment.
126.Because we have so much to choose from, many companies and stores offer advice about what we should eat.
127.The best way to make sure that we will feel and look fine is to develop healthy eating habits.
128.Only in that way will we be ready fro the challenges and opportunities in life.129.I am a little nervous about, because I am not sure how I should behave at the dinner table.
130.The week following Christmas Day, many African—American families get together to greet the new year and think about the past.
131.Kwanzaa was born in 1966, when people created a new festival so that African Americans would be able to celebrate their history and culture.
132.We must do as much as we can to make our community better and more beautiful.133.Since Kwanzaa is a time for learning as well as joy, people celebrate it by lighting a candle each day and discussing one of the seven principles of Kwanzaa.
134.Each time we celebrate a festival it changes a little and in that way we keep our culture alive.
135.Peter played a trick on Carol and she wouldn’t talk to him for two days. They made peace after Peter treated her to a nice lunch.
136.It is a reminder that we need to care about the world we live in and that we should learn to respect life and nature.
137.The best trick is one that makes everyone laugh, including the ―fool‖.
138.Do you remember one afternoon ten years ago when I came to your house and borrowed a necklace of yours?
139.I can’t be the only woman who isn’t wearing jewellery.
140.I saw a lovely diamond necklace with a big blue stone in the center.
141.Pierre and I did have a very good time at the ball. But that was the last moment of happinein our lives.
142.On our way home that night I lookeddown and saw that the necklace was not around my neck any more.
143.If we work together, we might come up with a very good story.
144.The student is on her way to school and she meets a girl that looks exactly like her.
145.IN the 18th century, Benjamin Franklin conducted a number experiments in which he showed what electricity is.
146.Having realized that I could use a kite to attract lightning, I decided to do an experiment.
147.When the first thunderstorm came, I took my condenser to a shed in the fields where I could do my experiment.
148.Tie the corners of the handkerchief to the points of the cross, and you will have a nice strong kite.
149.This ribbon, which must not get wet, will protect you from the electricity.
150.British law says that every new drug must be tested on at least two different kinks
of animals, such as mice or dogs.
151.Scientists say that if a medicine works with animals, there is a very high chance that it also works with people.
152.There is no doubt that 100 years ago animal testing was cruel but today animals in experiments are very well taken care of.
153.It has often been said that life is difficult as it is. For women it sometimes twice as difficult.
154.On the third day I was struggling through stormy weather and during the next week the wind grew stronger and I found myself spending a whole day in my tent.155.Changes were just around the corner.
156.I had traveled only two hours one day when the winds increased so much that I had to put my tent up before the winds became too strong.
157.I was thankful for all the training I had had.
158.I was so optimistic that I decided that the next day, I would increase my workday to 12 hours.
159.Lying on the ice, I would soon die. I struggled to my knees knowing that somehow I had to put my tent up for shelter.
160.It is an experience I shall never forget and shall value for the rest of my life.161.In her television shows she makes it possible to talk about great moments and difficulties in people’s lives. She has helped thousands of men and women come to terms with things that bother them and that they could not talk about with others.162.She is a black woman whose rise to fame is an inspiring story.
163.It was a time in which many sad things happened to her.
164.In 1984, she moved to Chicago, where she became the host of a talk show called ―AM Chicago‖.
165.Her life shows us that hard work and discipline are the road to self—improvement, and succelies somewhere along the road.
166.When I grow up I hope to be just as successful as you are.
167.New Zealand is an island that lies off the eastern coast of Australia. It is make up of two large islands: North Island and South Island.
168.The ocean and seas surrounding the islands are deep blue and many of New Zealand’s cities lie on a bay and have a natural deep harbor.
169.The North Island is famous fro an area of hot springs, some of which throw hot water high into the air.
170.There are many plants and animals that only live in New Zealand.
171.More than 120 years later, Capital James Cook took possession of the islands in 1796 and from that time British people started to settle in New Zealand.
172.It is a good thing that New Zealand helps the Maori to keep their own language and culture.
173.New Zealand has a population of about3.8 million people, of which about fourteen percent are Maori.
174.The majority of the people speak English. However, Maori, which the native language of the Maori people, is also an official language.
175.Maori children are taught at an early age what to do when they come the marae.
176.New Zealand wine is of high quality and is sold all over the world. Living in a country with plenty of space and a good climate, New Zealanders love all kinds of sport and outdoor activities.
177.Farmers in China have long used techniques such as fertilization and irrigation to make their land produce more.
178.To make as much use of the land as possible, two or more crops are planted each year where possible.
179.It was from the early 1990s that scientists started to developed new techniques to increase agricultural production without harming the environment.
180.Not only is food production important but also taking care of the http://oh100.com ing the latest technologies, Chinese scientists grow vegetables in greenhouse.182.Today many vegetables are not grown in gardens but in greenhouses where they are protected for the wind, rain and insects. The temperature is controlled with computers, no matter how the weather is outside.
183.One of China’s early agricultural scientists was Jia sixie, who lived in the sixth century.
184.If you go against nature and do things at the wrong time of year, you will have to do more work and the results will no be so good.
185.When you plough the soil, plough deep the first and ledeep the second time.186.The best harvest is reached whenfarmers changed the crops in their fields.187.He said that it is good to grow different plants next to each other in the same field.
188.The wisdom of farmers about the weather and farming is collected in many popular proverbs and passed on from generation to generation.
189.The actors make us laugh by making fun of somebody’s way of dressing or telling an amusing story.
190.It is their clothes, make-up and the way they walk that make people laugh.
191.What comedians have in common with the players in a comedy is their way of playing with words.
192.Dating back to the Qin Dynasty, the traditional crosstalk show, or xiangsheng shows, have made people all over China roar with laughter for centuries.
193.The story of how I got my new job, and come to be on such good terms with my bois funny one.
194.I cycled as fast as I could and saw that the driver in the yellow car was waiting at the red light.
195.I told him that he was a danger to other people on the road.
196.Drive carefully so that everyone can enjoy a long life.
197.There was a woman who was the boof the office in which I wanted to work.198.I was pleased that the manager had decided to be angry with me for having been so rude.
199.We can learn a lot about what a person is thinking by watching his or her body language.
200.Just like spoken language, body language varies from culture to culture.
201.While there are many different interpretation of our body language, some
gestures seem to be universal.
202.If we are feeling down or lonely, there is nothing better than to see the smiling face of a good friend.
203.The father must have said something encouraging because the boy finally got up and made a good speech.
204.Unlike traditional amusement parks, theme parks often want to teach visitors something.
205.What they all have in common is that they combine fun with opportunity t learn something.
206.Theme parks try to make sure that visitors leave knowing more about their theme.207.Having enjoyed the rides at the Headland, visitors can take the shuttle to the Lowland.
208.Visitors can go on exciting rides where they can feel what it is like to do the things they have seen their heroes do in the movie.
209.The parks are becoming more advanced and new technology allows us to experience almost anything without actually being in danger or risking injury.210.Having been told that her daughter got sick, she hurried to the school to take her home.
1.TheChinese language _______ Western languages______, instead of an alphabet, it usescharacters_________ideas, objects or deeds.
2.The history of the Chinese language __________________ by looking at how these _____________ developed.
3.One winter day while he was hunting, he saw the tracks of animals in the snow and _________that the __________of each one was different.
4.Then he had the idea _______he could use different shapes to _______different objects.
5.Some characters have been ______and others have been made more difficult over time.
6.However, as a whole, the characters have developed from _______into __________.
7.Not all characters _________________from drawings of objects. Sometimes to expreideas, some characters were made by ____________two or more characters together.
8.Others characters were developed for directions and numbers, It is easy to _________ __________ by looking at them.
9.Though these kinds of characters _______ meanings, one of their___________ is that they do not show how they__________________. Therefore, a method was developed to______________________________and the other _________________.
10.In the 1950s,the Chinese government ______________________and now they ______________________ in China’s mainland.
11.The man who introduced blind people to reading was Louis Braille(1809-1852). Braille ______________ ________________________an injury.
12.In those days, books for blind people used paper_________________ to form letters. Since the metal wire was heavy, each book _______________ 100 pounds. The wholesystem was not ______________.
13.In 1821, a soldier showed the students a system. The system used paper with small,raised dots that could be felt with the fingers. Each letter of the alphabet
_____________by________________________ twelve dots.
14.________the students found the soldier’s idea interesting, the system was too difficult to ____________.
15.At the age of fifteen , hecreated a system ________patterns ofsix ____________ ____________. The blind can easily _________Braille with the fingers