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                    In a modern sense, Mothers’ Day originated [源于] from the United States and initiated [发起] by Anna Jarvis. She was unmarried all her life. She always accompanied her mother around. His mother died in 1905, and Anna was distraught [悲痛欲绝的]. Two years later, Anna and her friend began to write letters to the influential[有影响力的] ministers, businessmen, congressmen [议员] to seek support to make Mothers’ Day become a statutory holiday [法定假日].
                     Anna believed that children often ignore their mothers’ feeling. She hoped Mothers’ Day could remind people of what their mothers did for the family. The first Mothers’ Day was celebrated in West Virginia and Pennsylvania on May 10, 1908. During the festival, Carnation was chosen for mothers and then passed on.
                     In 1913, the United States Congress[议会] passed a bill [法案] to make the second Sunday of May each year become statutory Mothers’ Day. Since then, Mothers’ Day spread.

                     Hillary was born in Chicago, Illinois. She was brought up in a special family, first in Chicago, and then, from the age of three, in the suburban Park Ridge, Illinois. Her father was born into a Welsh and English family; he run a successful small business in the textile industry. Her mother could speak many dialects and she was a housewife.
                     As a kid, Hillary was a fashion in teachers’ eyes at her public schools. She participated in many sports activities, such as swimming, solfball, and other sports. She also got many awards when she was still a student. She attended Maine East High School, where she joined the student council, the school newspaper office, and was selected for the National Honor Society. Since then, she began to realize that women could do the work as well as men.
                     When Bill Clinton took office as president in January, 1993, Hillary became the First Lady of the United States, and announced that she would be using this name. She was the first First Lady to have a postgraduate degree and to have her own stable profession. She was also the first one to have an office in the West Wing of the White House in addition to the usual First Lady offices in the East Wing.
                     She has been preparing for the election to be president of the United States since early 2003. She stated, “I’m to win.” No woman has ever been nominated by a major party for President in the history of the United States. Although she failed in the final, the numerous speeches she made were so great that they encouraged many people in the world.
                     In the mid-November of 2008, President Obama and Hillary discussed the matters concerned of her serving as U.S. Secretary in his administration. On November 21, reports indicated that she had accepted the position. Since then, she has been much busier and visited the world more frequently than before. As a result, Hillary has become a pubic figure.
                     In a word, she is indeed aunique woman in the world.

                    In the early 2010, the State Council [国务院] appointed[任命] Fu Ying, Chinese ambassador [大使] to Britain, as deputy foreign minister [外交部副部长]. As a result, Fu Ying becomes the second female deputy minister of China’s Foreign Ministry [中国外交部] in history. The former female minister is Wang Hairong. That was nearly half a century ago.
                     Fu Ying is 57 years old now. She is Mongolian. She graduated from English Department of Beijing Foreign Language Studies University. And then she became a postgraduate [硕士] in University of Kent of Britain. Her major was International Relations. She used to be Chinese ambassador to the Philippines, Australia, Britain and other countries.
                     As a diplomat, Fu Ying is unique. She is the first woman ambassador of Chinese ethnic minority. As a diplomat, Fu Ying has received the professional education [专业教育] and she has the complete qualification. It is the peak period [颠峰期] for her to work.
                     Fu Ying likes reading, arts and sport, such as golf and tennis. Her husband, Hao Shiyuan, is an ethnologist [民族学家]. They have a daughter.
                     As a woman, Fu Ying can stand out [脱颖而出] in the diplomatic area, because she is full of various talents[才能]. Although Fu Ying used to be Chinese ambassador to the Philippines and Australia, she came into our sight when she became Chinese ambassador to Great Britain.
                     Especially in 2008, when some “Tibetan Separatists [藏独分子]” flooded into [冲进] Embassy of China in England and interfered [干扰] with the Beijing Olympic Games torch’s relay in London, Fu Ying went to different parts of UK to deliver speeches [发表演讲] and articles [文章]. She used her words to let people know the truth of such incident in Lasa. Her calmness [镇静] and extraordinary performance won admiration from the public.
                     For example, Fu Ying has said, “it is time for the west to know more about China”, “The western media can criticize China, but they should base their criticism on facts.” All these vivid words contain her love for China and have made the west admire her.
                     What Fu Ying has said seems simple, but has expressed her wish that the world could develop in a peaceful and harmonious way.


                    (1) besides与except
                    (2)except与except for
                    All the essays are well written except Nelson"s.
                    Nelson的文章(除去的)和All the essays(非除去的)是同类事物,所以用except。
                    b.除去的和非除去的不是同类事物,用except for,并且从语气上通常表示遗憾。
                    His essay is well written except for a few spelling mistakes.
                    a few spelling mistakes(除去的)和His essay(非除去的)是不同类的事物。
                    (3)apart from 具有多重意义:既可表示besides,也可以表示exept或exept for,还可以表示without的意思。
                    Apart from the problem of money, it will take a lot of time.(=besides)
                    The orphan had no one to take care of him apart from his uncle.(=except)
                    He has done good work, apart from a few slight faults.(=except for)
                    There can be no knowledge apart from practice.(=without)
                    (4)excepting =except,但一般用于句首或用于not、without、always等词之后
                    Excepting his brother, they are all right.
                    Everyone, not excepting myself, must share the blame.
                    All of us, without excepting those who know more about the subject, should study.
                    All my brothers come here every day, always excepting the youngest.
                    The children go to school everyday but Sunday. 除了星期天,孩子们每天都要去上学。
                    They are all gone but me. 除我之外,他们都去了。
                    You can get the book anywhere but here. 除了这里,你可以在任何地方得到这本书。
                    There is no one but me. 这里除我之外没有别人。
                    Who but George would do such a thing? 除了乔治,谁会做这种事?

                    A recent survey shows that people who get higher salaries generally work longer hours than those who get lower salaries. Some people favor higher-paying jobs, even though such jobs always result in longer work time. They believe that money is so indispensable in people’s lives that without it no material comforts or well-being can be guaranteed.
                    However, others have different preferences. They would rather take up lower-paying jobs with shorter hours. In their eyes, money doesn’t necessarily ensure happiness and well-being. They want to spend more time in doing their likes and getting together with their family and friends.
                    As for me, I prefer to take up a job with shorter hours even if it pays less. In my opinion, work is not our whole life. We should allocate enough time to our family and friends and have more time to enjoy our life. Besides, we are not machines. We need time to relax and rest so that we could be energetic enough to do our job better.


                     Stacy had recently moved from New York City to Stoneybrook, Connecticut. It was ___1___ for her to make new friends but she finally had three when she joined the Babysitters Club to ___2___ little children whose parents were busy. Claudia, Kristy, and Mary were in her class at school and also the other ___3___ of the club. The girls met at five o’clock on Fridays and waited for the ___4___ to ring. So far they had been busy, in spite of the ___5___ that they couldn’t stay out late and were under 13.
                    ___6___, the girls’ world was invaded by a second group ___7___ themselves the Babysitters Agency. They were ___8___ and the group also included a few boys. The Babysitters Club tried to think of ways to ___9___ with the older group. They could clean and work for less money, however, they ___10___ it would be difficult to compete. The shock was even greater than they had ___11___ when most of their best customers started to call the new group. They ___12___ to get only a few jobs.
                     To try a new ___13___ Kristy recruited a few older kids who told the club they didn’t want to ___14___ their money with the other group. The club ___15___ only too quickly that these older girls joined only as spies and didn’t ___16___ for their job assignments. Thus, more parents were ___17___ with the club.
                     Finally, the girls realized that the ___18___ in the other group were not good babysitters. They watched television, talked on the phone, and invited boyfriends to the house ___19___ they were sitting. When the children of the families started to ___20___, and a near accident almost occurred, the club went to the parents to tell them what was happening.
                    1. A. activeB. thoughtfulC. easyD. hard
                    2. A. take care of B. run into C. go throughD. take advantage of
                    3. A. childrenB. members C. circles D. players
                    4. A. alarmB. traffic C. phoneD.neighbor
                    5. A. fact B. degree C. questionD. demand
                    6. A. ThereforeB. SuddenlyC. RergularlyD. Unwillingly
                    7. A. attracting B. finding C. callingD. matching
                    8. A. younger B. cleverer C. taller D. older
                    9. A. competeB. fight C. do D. meet
                    10. A. heard B. knew C. promised D. shot
                    11. A. damaged B. caughtC. expected D. forced
                    12. A. hoped B. likedC. refusedD. seemed
                    13. A. chanceB. possibility C. power D. policy
                    14. A. share B. give C. provideD. mark
                    15. A. put downB. paid offC. found out D. come through
                    16. A. check upB. end up C. look up D. show up
                    17. A. satisfied B. unhappyC. curiousD. helpful
                    18. A. kids B. adults C. systems D. situations
                    19. A. that B. when C. whereD. how

                    Every year a lot of people are killed or injured in road accidents. How can we make the roads safer? Remember the following traffic rules.
                    When you ride a bike, keep to the right side of the road. Don’t cross the road or turn left at a red traffic light. Give a hand signal if you want to turn or stop.
                    Before crossing the road, stop and look both ways, right and left. If the road is clear, it is safe to cross. The correct way to cross is to walk quickly, but not to run. If you run across the road, you may fall down.
                    If you see small children or old people waiting to cross the road, it is a kind deed to help them to cross in safety. We should teach small children not to play or ride on the roads.
                    Always obey these rules, you’ll find it much safer to walk or ride on the road.

                    For centuries, Poland has been a bridge between Western and Eastern Europe. Set in the heart of Europe, Poland is a multi-faceted country where the capital Warsaw and medieval towns attract contemporary city slickers; and where horse-drawn carts pass through country lanes, untouched by the progress of the country. Poland is roughly square. It’s bordered by the Baltic Sea to the northwest, by Germany to the west, the Czech and Slovak republics to the south and Ukraine, Belarus, Lithuania and Russia to the east. The flat central belt is the main agricultural area, watered by Poland’s longest river, the Vistula. Like all Poland’s rivers, it runs towards the north, draining into the Baltic Sea.
                     Over the past decade, Poland has developed into a modern, vibrant and progressive country. Yet at the same time it maintains its traditional culture. There are two major cities in Poland you should know about Krakòw and Warsaw. As the royal capital for half a millennium, Krakòw absorbed more of Poland’s history than any other city in the country. As Poland’s most popular tourist destination, as well as an architectural and cultural gem, the city came through WWII unscathed. It has retained a wealth of old architecture from different periods. The tallest structures dominating Krakòw’s skyline are the spires of old churches. Krakòw is a city alive with character and soul. During July every year, there are numerous festivals held in Krakòw, everything from street theatre to jazz.
                     Emerging like a phoenix from the ashes of WWII, Warsaw is essentially a postwar city. Its handful of historic areas have been meticulously reconstructed, but most of its urban landscape is modern. With an intriguing mix of old and new, the capital of Poland grows by leaps and bounds. Warsaw has turned into a thrilling busy city. The Royal Castle in Warsaw was the seat of kings from the 17th century on. Totally destroyed during WWII, the castle was restored to its former beauty during the 1970’s. Now, it is open to the public as a splendid museum.
                     Another museum worthy of mentioning is the war-related Auschwitz Museum. Auschwitz needs no introduction. The museum is a fitting testament to one of humanity’s most deplorable atrocities. Photography is permitted. There’s a small charge to see the 15-minute documentary shown in the Auschwitz cinema. It definitely reminds you of the Polish Jews, whose presence died due to the Hitlerite Holocaust.
                     Over the centuries, Polish kings and magnates erected numerous defensive castles and stately palaces. Turbulent history has reduced many of them into piles of rubble. Some of them, however, have been spared and today carefully restored enchant us with their beauty.
                     Situated in the south of Poland’s harbor city Gdansk, Malbork Castle is reputedly Europe’s largest Gothic castle. It’s one of Poland’s oldest and a splendid example of a classic medieval fortress, with multiple defensive walls, a labyrinth of rooms and chambers and some exquisite architectural detail. In 1997, the castle was included on UNESCO’s World Heritage list. Polish towns reflect the whole spectrum of European styles. Poland’s eastern frontiers mark the boundary of the influences of western architecture on the continent. Still today, you can see well-preserved Medieval, Gothic and Renaissance towns some renowned as the most beautiful in Europe.









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