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銆銆缁濆瘑鈽呭惎鐢

銆銆大发彩票是不是真的_2012骞存櫘閫氶珮绛夊鏍℃嫑鐢熷叏鍥界粺涓鑰冭瘯(鍥涘窛鍗)

銆銆鑻 璇

銆銆褰曞叆锛歀ove my dog

銆銆绗厾鍗(閫夋嫨棰 鍏100鍒)

銆銆绗竴閮ㄥ垎 鑻辫鐭ヨ瘑杩愮敤(鍏变袱鑺傦紝婊″垎50鍒)

銆銆绗竴鑺 璇硶鍜岃瘝姹囩煡璇(鍏20灏忛;姣忓皬棰1鍒嗭紝婊″垎20鍒)

銆銆浠嶢銆丅銆丆銆丏鍥涗釜閫夐」绉掗熸椂鏃跺僵浠g悊_绉掗熸椂鏃跺僵寮濂栭仐婕 - 鑺卞皯閽变腑澶у锛岄夊嚭鍙互濉叆绌虹櫧澶勭殑鏈浣抽夐」锛屽苟鍦ㄧ瓟棰樺崱涓婂皢璇ラ」娑傞粦銆

銆銆1. —Excuse me. How much is the shirt?

銆銆— _______.

銆銆A. Extra Large B. 50 each C. It sells well D. Altogether there are 5

銆銆2. New technologies have made ____ possible to turn out new products faster and at a lower cost.

銆銆A. that B. this C. one D. it

銆銆3. —Goodbye, John. Come back again sometime.

銆銆—Sure. ______.

銆銆A. I did B. I do C. I shall D. I will

銆銆4. At school, some students are active ______ some are shy, yet they can be good friends with one another.

銆銆A. while B. although C. so D. as

銆銆5. This is not my story, nor ______ the whole story. My story plays out differently.

銆銆A. is there B. there is C. is it D. it is

銆銆6. Tom took a taxi to the airport, only _____ his plane high up in the sky.

銆銆A. finding B. to find C. being found D. to have found

銆銆7. The hotel is almost finished, but it _____ needs one or two weeks to get ready for guests.

銆銆A. only B. also C. even D. still

銆銆8. I looked up and noticed a snake ______ its way up the tree to catch its breakfast.

銆銆A. to wind B. wind C. winding D. wound

銆銆9. —Did you catch what I said?

銆銆—Sorry. I ______ a text message just now.

銆銆A. had answering B. have answered C. would answer D. was answering

銆銆10. If you happen to get lost in the wild, you’d better stay ______ you are and wait for help.

銆銆A. why B. where C. who D. what

銆銆11. They are living with their parents for the moment because their own house ____.

銆銆A. is being rebuilt B. has been rebuilt C. is rebuilt D. has rebuilt

銆銆12. Before driving into the city, you are required to get your car ____.

銆銆A. washed B. wash C. washing D. to wash

銆銆13. In our class there are 46 students, _____ half wear glasses.

銆銆A. in whom B. in them C. of whom D. of them

銆銆14. This training program can give you a lift at work, ____ increase your income by 40%.

銆銆A. as well as B. so long as C. so much as D. as soon as

銆銆15. He will come to understand your efforts sooner or later. It’s just a matter of _____.

銆銆A. luck B. value C. time D. fact

銆銆16. I make $2,000 a week, 60 surely won’t make ______ difference to me.

銆銆A. that a big B. a that big C. big a that D. that big a

銆銆17. Scientists study ____ human brains work to make computers.

銆銆A. when B. how C. that D. whether

銆銆18. We are said to be living in ____ Information Age, ____ time of new discoveries and great changes.

銆銆A. an; the B. 涓嶅~; the C. 涓嶅~; a D. the; a

銆銆19. I got close enough to hear them speaking Chinese, and I said “Ni Hao ” just as I ____ do in China.

銆銆A. must B. might C. can D. should

銆銆20. It’s surprising that your brother _____ Russian so quickly—he hasn’t lived there very long.

銆銆A. picked up B. looked up C. put up D. made up

銆銆绗簩鑺 瀹屽舰濉┖(鍏20灏忛;姣忓皬棰1.5鍒嗭紝婊″垎30鍒)

大发彩票是不是真的銆銆闃呰涓嬮潰鐭枃锛屼粠鐭枃鍚庡悇棰樻墍缁欑殑鍥涗釜閫夐」(A銆丅銆丆鍜孌)绉掗熸椂鏃跺僵浠g悊_绉掗熸椂鏃跺僵寮濂栭仐婕 - 鑺卞皯閽变腑澶у锛岄夊嚭鍙互濉叆绌虹櫧澶勭殑鏈浣抽夐」锛屽苟鍦ㄧ瓟棰樺崱涓婂皢璇ラ」娑傞粦銆

銆銆Lightning flashed through the darkness over Sibson’s bedroom skylight(澶╃獥).Sibson was shaken by a clap of thunder ____21___ he knew what was happening. The storm had moved directly _____22____ his two-story wooden house. Then he heard the smoke alarm beeping.

銆銆Sibson rushed down the stairs barefoot to 23 ; he opened the door to the basement(鍦颁笅瀹), and flames 24 out. Sibson ran back upstairs to call 911 from his bedroom. “I felt 25 because the room had a separate outdoor stairway,” he explains.

銆銆But the phone didn’t work, and when he tried to go down the outdoor stairway, he was 26 by a wall of flames. Sibson realized he was trapped(鍥颁綇).

銆銆Sibson’s house was three kilometers 27 the main road and was so well hidden by trees that he knew calling for help would be 28 .

銆銆Up a hill nearby lived Sibson’s neighbor, Huggons. He was lying in bed when something like a smoke alarm 29 his ears. He jumped out of bed, took his 30 and flashlight, and headed down the hillside toward the 31 . That was when he saw the rolling heavy smoke.

銆銆Huggons dialed 911, and the operator warned him not to 32 the house. But Huggons said, “There is no way I am going to listen to Sibson 33 and die in that fire.”

銆銆“Anyone there?” Huggons called out. Then he heard “Help! I’m trapped!” coming from the second-floor balcony(闃冲彴). He entered the house, but soon had to run back to catch his 34 .

銆銆After one more 35 inside the house, Huggons gave up and 36 around back.

銆銆The wind parted the smoke just 37 for him to catch sight of Sibson. But there was no way to get to him. He 38 the flashlight into the woods and noticed a ladder. He took it over to the balcony and 39 Sibson down just as the second floor of the house fell off.

銆銆Sibson is still 40 when he tells the story. “ I was alone that night,” he says. “Then I heard the most beautiful sound in my life. It was Huggons.”

銆銆21. A. before B. while C. since D. until

銆銆22. A. on B. in C. through D. over

銆銆23. A. hide B. wait C. check D. escape

銆銆24. A. moved B. gave C. went D. exploded

銆銆25. A. safe B. worried C. glad D. tired

銆銆26. A. burned B. stopped C. shocked D. covered

銆銆27. A. beside B. off C. across D. along

銆銆28. A. limited B. false C. fruitless D. regretful

銆銆29. A. struck B. missed C. touched D. passed

銆銆30. A. coat B. key C. basin D. phone

銆銆31. A. noise B. road C. smoke D. danger

銆銆32. A. search B. enter C. leave D. damage

銆銆33. A. call B. roll C. scream D. sigh

銆銆34. A. breath B. attention C. ladder D. flashlight

銆銆35. A. stay B. chance C. thought D. attempt

銆銆36. A. climbed B. circled C. looked D. jumped

銆銆37. A. clear B. open C. enough D. fit

銆銆38. A. led B. put C. drove D. shone

銆銆39. A. persuaded B. kicked C. pulled D. forced

銆銆40. A. nervous B. surprised C. proud D. thankful

銆銆绗簩閮ㄥ垎 闃呰鐞嗚В(鍏变袱鑺傦紝婊″垎50鍒)

銆銆绗竴鑺 闃呰涓嬪垪鐭枃锛屼粠姣忛鎵缁欑殑鍥涗釜閫夐」(A銆丅銆丆鍜孌)绉掗熸椂鏃跺僵浠g悊_绉掗熸椂鏃跺僵寮濂栭仐婕 - 鑺卞皯閽变腑澶у锛岄夊嚭鏈浣抽夐」锛屽苟鍦ㄧ瓟棰樺崱涓婂皢璇ラ」娑傞粦銆(鍏20灏忛;姣忓皬棰3鍒嗭紝婊″垎40鍒)

銆銆A

銆銆On a hill 600 feet above the surrounding land, we watch the lines of rain move across the scene, the moon rise over the hills, and the stars appear in the sky. The views invite a long look from a comfortable chair in front of the wooden house.

銆銆Every window in our wooden house has a view, and the forest and lakes seldom look the same as the hour before. Each look reminds us where we are.

銆銆There is space for our three boys to play outside, to shoot arrows, collect tree seeds, build earth houses and climb trees.

銆銆Our kids have learned the names of the trees, and with the names have come familiarity and appreciation. As they tell all who show even a passing interest, maple(鏋爲)makes the best fighting sticks and white pines are the best climbing trees.

銆銆The air is clean and fresh. The water from the well has a pleasant taste, and it is perhaps the healthiest water our kids will ever drink. Though they have one glass a day of juice and the rest is water, they never say anything against that.

銆銆The seasons change just outside the door. We watch the maples turn every shade of yellow and red in the fall and note the poplars’(鏉ㄦ爲)putting out the first green leaves of spring. The rainbow smelt fills the local steam as the ice gradually disappears, and the wood frogs start to sing in pools after being frozen for the winter. A family of birds rules our skies and flies over the lake.

銆銆41. What can be learned from Paragraph 2?

銆銆A. The scenes are colorful and changeable.

銆銆B. There are many windows in the wooden house.

銆銆C. The views remind us that we are in a wooden house.

銆銆D. The lakes outside the windows are quite different in color.

銆銆42. By mentioning the names of the trees, the author aims to show that ______ .

銆銆A. the kids like playing in trees

銆銆B. the kids are very familiar with trees

銆銆C. the kids have learned much knowledge

銆銆D. the kids find trees useful learning tools

銆銆43. What does the underlined sentence in the last paragraph mean?

銆銆A. The change of seasons is easily felt.

銆銆B. The seasons make the scenes change.

銆銆C. The weather often changes in the forest.

銆銆D. The door is a good position to enjoy changing seasons.

銆銆44. What is the main purpose of the author writing the text?

銆銆A. To describe the beauty of the scene around the house.

銆銆B. To introduce her children’s happy life in the forest.

銆銆C. To show that living in the forest is healthful.

銆銆D. To share the joy of living in the nature.

銆銆B

銆銆Here is your best chance to travel around the UK in 2012: More than 200 B&Bs(bed & breakfast)across England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland are selected to offer you amazing services for your stay at their lowest prices! Don’t miss it. Just collect the vouchers(娲诲姩鍒)in our B&B Daily printed from 01/04/2012 to 07/04/2012 and book the stays for your travel following the terms and conditions below:

銆銆鈼 The offer includes a room for the night and a breakfast the next morning.

銆銆鈼 The offer is of two kinds: 锟20 per room, valid(鏈夋晥鐨)during stay period of 02/04/2012—31/05/2012 and then again 01/09/2012—31/10/2012;锟35 per room, per night, valid during stay period of 01/06/2012—31/08/2012.

銆銆鈼 The offer is valid for a basic twin or double room only.

銆銆鈼 The stay must be booked directly with the chosen B&Bs before 28/04/2012.

銆銆鈼 Each voucher can only be used by the holder to book one room for one night.

銆銆鈼 If voucher holders book either the 锟20 or 锟35 per room per night, any additional services such as lunch, evening meal or activities may require an extra charge. But these are not required in order to take up the offer. Please check directly with your chosen B&Bs to see what extra services are available.

銆銆鈼 Vouchers must be presented on arrival. If no vouchers are presented, the B&Bs may reserve(淇濈暀)the right to charge at full price for every night of stay.

銆銆鈼 Vouchers may not be used together with any other offer.

銆銆鈼 The voucher holders must pay for the stay in full at the time of booking. Additional 锟10 may be paid to confirm(纭)the booking and will be returned on arrival.

銆銆鈼 The B&Bs reserve the right to refuse voucher holders’ bookings for people under the age of 18.

銆銆45. The voucher can be used for a stay at the chosen B&B on ______.

銆銆A. 09/01/2012 B. 04/02/2012 C. 01/03/2012 D. 28/04/2012

銆銆46. How much should be paid for a two-night stay in October 2012 at a chosen B&B?

銆銆A. 锟70 B. 锟40 C. 锟35 D. 锟30

銆銆47. What right do the B&Bs reserve?

銆銆A. To charge extra 锟10 for bookings with no vouchers.

銆銆B. To refuse bookings for guest under the age of 18.

銆銆C. To charge at full price for stays not confirmed.

銆銆D. To request extra charges as tips.

銆銆48. By taking up the offer, the voucher holders can choose to ______ .

銆銆A. book either a basic twin or double room at the chosen B&Bs

銆銆B. have lunch or evening meal without paying extra money

銆銆C. use the B&B offer together with other offers

銆銆D. book the stays though B&B Daily

銆銆C

銆銆I left university with a good degree in English Literature, but no sense of what I wanted to do. Over the next six years, I was treading water, just trying to earn an income. I tried journalism, but I didn’t think I was any good, then finance, which I hated. Finally, I got a job as a rights assistant at a famous publisher. I loved working with books, although the job that I did was dull.

銆銆I had enough savings to take a year off work, and I decided to try to satisfy a deep-down wish to write a novel. Attending a Novel Writing MA course gave me the structure I needed to write my first 55,000 words.

銆銆It takes confidence to make a new start — there’s a dark period in-between where you’re neither one thing nor the other. You’re out for dinner and people ask what you do, and you’re too ashamed to say, “Well, I’m writing a navel, but I’m not quite sure if I’m going to get there.” My confidence dived. Believing my novel could not be published, I put it aside.

銆銆Then I met an agent(浠g悊鍟)who said I should send my novel out to agents. So, I did and, to my surprise, got some wonderful feedback. I felt a little hope that I might actually become a published writer and, after signing with an agent, I finished the second half of the novel.

銆銆The next problem was finding a publisher. After two-and-a-half years of no income, just waiting and wondering, a publisher offered me a book deal — that publisher turned out to be the one I once worked for.

銆銆It feels like an unbelievable stroke of luck — of fate, really. When you set out to do something different, there’s no end in sight, so to find myself in a position where I now have my own name on a contract(鍚堝悓)of the publisher — to be a published writer — is unbelievably rewarding(鏈夊洖鎶ョ殑).

銆銆49. What does the underlined part in Paragraph 1 mean?

銆銆A. I was waiting for good fortune.

銆銆B. I was trying to find an admirable job.

銆銆C. I was being aimless about a suitable job.

銆銆D. I was doing several jobs for more pay at a time.

銆銆50. The author decided to write a novel ______ .

銆銆A. to finish the writing course

銆銆B. to realize her own dream

銆銆C. to satisfy readers’ wish

銆銆D. to earn more money

銆銆51. How did the writer feel halfway with the novel?

銆銆A. Disturbed. B. Ashamed. C. Confident. D. Uncertain.

銆銆52. What does the author mainly want to tell readers in the last paragraph?

銆銆A. It pays to stick to one’s goal.

銆銆B. Hard work can lead to success.

銆銆C. She feels like being unexpectedly lucky.

銆銆D. There is no end in sight when starting to do something.

銆銆D

銆銆In a recent announcement, Harvard and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology(MIT)said that they have joined forces to offer free online courses in an effort to attract millions of online learners worldwide.

銆銆Beginning this fall, a number of courses developed by teachers at both universities will be offered online through a new $60 million program, known as edX. “Anyone with an Internet connection anywhere in the world can use our online courses,” Harvard President Drew Faust said during a meeting to announce the plan.

銆銆MIT has offered a program called OpenCourseWare for ten years that makes materials from more than 2,000 classes free online. It has been used by more than 100 million people. In December, the school announced it also would begin offering a special certificate, known as MITx, for people who complete certain online courses. Harvard has long offered courses to a wider population through a similar program.

銆銆The MITx will serve as the foundation for the new learning platform.

銆銆MIT President Susan Hockfield said more than 120,000 people signed up for the first MITx course. She said Harvard and MIT hope other universities will join them in offering courses on the open-source edX platform.

銆銆“Fasten your seatbelts,” Hockfield said.

銆銆Other universities, including Stanford, Yale and Carnegie-Mellon, have been experimenting with teaching to a global population online.

銆銆The Harvard-MIT program will be monitored by a not-for-profit(闈炵泩鍒╃殑)organization based in Cambridge, to be owned equally by the two universities. Both MIT and Harvard have provided $30 million to start the program. They also plan to use the edX platform to research how students learn and which teaching methods and tools are most successful.

銆銆53. According to this text, edX is _______.

銆銆A. a part of the free MIT OpenCourseWare

銆銆B. a free computer program by MIT and Harvard

銆銆C. a Harvard-MIT platform of free online courses

銆銆D. a free program online for universities worldwide

銆銆54. What is said about online education in the text?

銆銆A. Universities have been trying online courses.

銆銆B. About 2,000 online courses have been offered.

銆銆C. Over 100 million people have finished courses online.

銆銆D. Stanford and Yale together have courses similar to edX.

銆銆55. The underlined part in the text probably means “ ”.

銆銆A. Get ready for the difficulties

銆銆B. Get ready for this educational change

銆銆C. Get prepared to complete the online courses

銆銆D. Get prepared to make materials for the edX courses

銆銆56. What can be said about MITx according to the text?

銆銆A. It is first offered as part of the edX learning program.

銆銆B. It is another free MIT-Harvard online learning program.

銆銆C. It is a standard to recognize online learners’ achievement.

銆銆D. It is a new kind of free online course of Harvard and MIT.

銆銆E

銆銆Plants are flowering faster than scientists predicted(棰勬祴)in reaction to climate change, which could have long damaging effects on food chains and ecosystems.

銆銆Global warming is having a great effect on hundreds of plant and animal species around the world, changing some living patterns, scientists say.

銆銆Increased carbon dioxide(CO2)in the air from burning coal and oil can have an effect on how plants produce oxygen, while higher temperatures and changeable rainfall patterns can change their patterns of growth.

銆銆“Predicting species’ reaction to climate change is a major challenge in ecology,” said the researches of several U.S. universities. They said plants had been the key object of study because their reaction to climate change could have an effect on food chains and ecosystem services.

銆銆The study, published on the Nature website, uses the findings from plant life cycle studies and experiments across four continents and 1,634 species. It found that some experiments had underestimated(浣庝及)the speed of flowering by 8.5 times and leafing by 4 times.

銆銆“Across all species, the experiments under-predicted the speed of the advance — for both leafing and flowering — that results from temperature increases,” the study said.

銆銆The design of future experiments may need to be improved to better predict how plants will react to climate change, it said.

銆銆Plants are necessary for life on the Earth. They are the base of the food chain, using photosynthesis(鍏夊悎浣滅敤)to produce sugar from carbon dioxide and water. They let out oxygen which is needed by nearly every organism on the planet.

銆銆Scientists believe the world’s average temperature has risen by about 0.8鈩 since 1900, and nearly 0.2鈩 every ten years since 1979.

銆銆So far, efforts to cut emissions(鎺掓斁)of planet-warming greenhouse gases are not seen as enough to prevent the Earth heating up beyond 2鈩 this century — a point scientists say will bring the danger of a changeable climate in which weather extremes are common, leading to drought, floods, crop failures and rising sea levels.

銆銆57. What is the key information the author wants to give in Paragraph 1?

銆銆A. Plants’ reaction to weather could have damaging effects on ecosystem.

銆銆B. The increasing speed of flowering is beyond scientists’ expectation.

銆銆C. Climate change leads to the change of food production patterns.

銆銆D. Food chains have been seriously damaged because of weather.

銆銆58. We can learn from the study published on the Nature website that ______.

銆銆A. plants’ flowering is 8.5 times faster than leafing

銆銆B. there are 1,634 plant species on the four continents

銆銆C. scientists should improve the design of the experiments

銆銆D. the experiments failed to predict how plants react to climate change

銆銆59. Scientists pay special attention to the study of plants because _______.

銆銆A. they can prove the climate change clearly

銆銆B. they are very important in the food chains

銆銆C. they play a leading role in reducing global warming

銆銆D. they are growing and flowering much faster than before

銆銆60. What can be inferred from the last two paragraphs about the world’s temperature?

銆銆A. It has risen nearly 0.2鈩 since 1979.

銆銆B. Its change will lead to weather extremes.

銆銆C. It is 0.8鈩 higher in 1979 than that of 1990.

銆銆D. It needs to be controlled within 2鈩 in this century.

銆銆绗簩鑺 鏍规嵁瀵硅瘽鍐呭锛屼粠瀵硅瘽鍚庣殑閫夐」绉掗熸椂鏃跺僵浠g悊_绉掗熸椂鏃跺僵寮濂栭仐婕 - 鑺卞皯閽变腑澶у閫夊嚭鑳藉~鍏ョ┖鐧藉鐨勬渶浣抽夐」锛屽苟鍦ㄧ瓟棰樺崱涓婂皢璇ラ」娑傞粦銆傞夐」绉掗熸椂鏃跺僵浠g悊_绉掗熸椂鏃跺僵寮濂栭仐婕 - 鑺卞皯閽变腑澶у鏈変袱椤瑰浣欓夐」銆(鍏5灏忛;姣忓皬棰2鍒嗭紝婊″垎10鍒)

銆銆— What seems to be the problem?

銆銆— 61

銆銆— How long have you been like this?

銆銆— Since Saturday night.

銆銆— ____ 62

銆銆— Yes, I also feel lighthearted.

銆銆— Can you think of anything you ate Saturday that might have caused it?

銆銆— All I can think of is the fish I had. It didn’t taste quite right.

銆銆— ____ 63 Now I’ll give you some medicine. Take it and you should be feeling better soon.

銆銆— ____ 64

銆銆— I also suggest that you follow a special diet.

銆銆— ____ 65

銆銆— You should stick to eating lighter foods.

銆銆A. What’s that?

銆銆B. That might be it.

銆銆C. Thank you, doctor.

銆銆D. Any other problems?

銆銆E. I have a running nose.

銆銆F. Have you seen a doctor?

銆銆G. I have a terrible stomachache.

銆銆绗琁I鍗(闈為夋嫨棰橈紝鍏50鍒)

銆銆绗笁閮ㄥ垎 鍐欎綔(鍏变袱鑺傦紝婊″垎50鍒)

銆銆绗竴鑺 鐭枃鏀归敊(鍏10灏忛;姣忓皬棰1.5鍒嗭紝婊″垎15鍒)

銆銆姝ら瑕佹眰鏀规鎵缁欑煭鏂囩閫熸椂鏃跺僵浠g悊_绉掗熸椂鏃跺僵寮濂栭仐婕 - 鑺卞皯閽变腑澶у鐨勯敊璇傚鏍囨湁棰樺彿鐨勬瘡涓琛屼綔鍑哄垽鏂細濡傛棤閿欒锛屽湪璇ヨ鍙宠竟妯嚎涓婄敾涓涓矡(√);濡傛湁閿欒(姣忚鍙湁涓涓敊璇)锛屽垯鎸変笅鍒楁儏鍐垫敼姝;

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銆銆娉ㄦ剰锛氬師琛屾病鏈夐敊鐨勪笉瑕佹敼

銆銆Dear Mom,

銆銆Mother’s Day is coming. I’m sorry that I am abroad 66._______

銆銆and can’t send your flowers, so I’m writing to you. 67._______

銆銆Mom, I know I have never expressed my thank to you 68.________

銆銆before. But on today, at this special time, I just want to tell 69.________

銆銆you loudly: I love you, Mom! Thank you so much by not 70._________

銆銆only giving me life, but also teach me how to be a good 71._________

銆銆person. Thank you for all you had done for me. Mom, though 72._________

銆銆I may often say it, I do love you. Nobody can take your 73,_________

銆銆part in my heart. Whenever I am, I will always love you. 74._________

銆銆Hope you good health and much happiness every day! 75._________

銆銆Your little girl,

銆銆Jennifer

銆銆绗簩鑺 涔﹂潰琛ㄨ揪(婊″垎35鍒)

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銆銆Dear Ms Li,

銆銆I’m very happy to have you as our English teacher.

銆銆Thank you!

銆銆Li Hua

銆銆鑻辫绛旀鍙婅瘎鍒嗗弬鑰

銆銆閫夋嫨棰樼瓟妗

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銆銆One Possible Version:

銆銆Dear Ms Li,

銆銆I am very happy to have you as our English teacher.

銆銆As the world is becoming a global village, English is getting more and more important, so mastering English means we can see the world through a new window.

銆銆My English is just OK and the two main problems in my study are that I feel it difficult to learn words by heart, and that I often feel nervous when speaking English. I really hope that you can give me good advice on how to memorize new words. Another suggestion is to give us more chances to practice speaking. I believe we can make much progress in English with your help.

銆銆Thank you!

銆銆Li Hua

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