1. I"d like to draw your attention in the fact that there is some sense after all in the speaker"s nonsense.
2. If you spare half an hour for exercises every day you’ll soon be back in good condition.
3. Some people seem to be able to accumulating wealth faster than others.
4. The library is closing. We might as well go home.
5. It pained about me to admit that I was such a fool as to repeat the mistake.
6. The generators at the dam convert water power into electricity.
7. State financial support given at the form of scholarships has stimulated the students to greater efforts.
8. A soldier should never shrink from the duty of defending his country even in the face of certain death.
9. Although Margie was swimming so well, she failed to win the first prize and had to settle for the second.
10. The changes in the firm’s policy will have to be fundamentally if they are to have any effect on its future.
A.错误.应该是 I"d like to draw your attention TO the fact.
A.错误.应该是 Some people seem to be able to ACCUMULATE wealth.
A.错误.应该是 It pained FOR me.
A.错误.应该是 State financial support given IN the form.
A.错误.应该是 The changes in the firm’s policy will have to be FUNDAMENTAL.【7sese】
rewriye these sentences.find another way to say each sentence.
the neighborhood is safe eniugh.(dangerous)
my apartment doesn"t have enough privacy.(private)
our house has the same number of bedrooms as yours.(just as many)
I don"t have enough closet space.(wish)
we wish we could move to a new place.(somewhere else)
the apartment is too small.(big)
Iwish this exercise were easy.(not difficult)
1/The neighborhood isn"t dangerous at all.
2/My apartment isn"t private enough .
3/Our house has just as many bedrooms as yours.
4/I wish I have enough closet space.
5/We wish we could move to somewhere else.
6/The apartment is not big enough.
7/I wish this exercise weren"t difficult.
(1)Her handwriting impresses everyone.划线 her handwriting
(2)The naughty boy dropped the vase on the ground.划线the naughty boy
(3)I am busy writing a letter to my cousin.划线my cousin
(4)I prefer the bigger one.划线the bigger
(5)She will have a visit to Tokyo next month.划线next month
(6)The baby hides himself behind the door.划线behind the door
(7)She missed the meeting because she was sick.划线because she was sick
(8)I’ve got 100 discs in my drawer.划线100
(9)She weighs 60 kilos.划线60kilos
(10)I have lived in Shanghai for 10 years.划线 for 10 years
(11)It’s five minutes’ walk from here to the hotel.划线five minutes" walk
(12)This skyscraper is about 100 metres tall.划线100 metres
(13)He will leave for Sydney in five days.划线in five days
(14)He visits his grandfather once a week.划线once a week
what impresses everyone
who dropped the vase on the ground.
who are you busy writing a letter to
which one do you prefer
when will she have a visit to Tokyo
where does the baby hide himself
why did she miss the meeting
how many discs have you got in your drawer
how much does she weigh
how long have you lived in Shanghai
how far it is from here to the hotel
how tall is this skyscraper
how soon will he leave for Sydney .
how often does he visit his grandfather .
A 贝加尔湖 B 安大略湖 C 多利亚胡 D 乍得湖
| Perhaps the biggest difference between Chinese and Westerners is not what we eat, but |
w 小题1:we eat it. I’ve noticed that Chinese seem to eat the same food any time of day. To a westerner, this is 小题2:I could never eat rice or noodles in the morning.
Westerners also eat dessert after dinner and it is usually s 小题3:sweet like cakes, ice cream, or fruit pies. Dessert is often my favorite part of the meal, but u 小题4:it is not served in Chinese.
小题5:difference I have noticed is that in Chinese restaurants, everybody at the same table eats the same food. This practice is actually more common around the world, in India and the Middle East for example, t 小题6:in the west where people order a different meal each. I quite like the Chinese way where the meal is s 小题7:. My only problem is with the chopsticks—more of the food ends up on the table than in my m 小题8:.
One thing that surprised me the first time I went to a restaurant in China was the size of the personal plates—they are so 小题9:. It makes sense, though. Chinese don’t need large plates because the food is served in bite-sized pieces that can go straight from the serving dish into your mouth. Westerners have very large plates because there needs to be r 小题10:for all the food to put in at once.
2.3 Unless otherwise set forth in Article 4.0 hereof,the Contract Price,pricing for changes,and all other prices and rates set forth herein shall include,but shall not be limited to all taxes,duties,fees,and insurance.If any governmental rules or laws require the Owner to pay for any taxes,duties,fees and insurances for and on behalf of Contractor,all direct and indirect cost incurred by Owner to pay these taxes,duties,fees,and insurances shall be reimbursed by Contractor to Owner.
Who would like to help me plant these seeds?这是剑桥英语二级07版15单元的part7,我想问这算是将来时吗
回答：i"d like to .【7sese】
第一年 第二年 第三年 第四年 第五年
环比增长速度（％） 7 6.6
定基增长速度（％） 7 15 30 39
i"ll send a telex home and see whether a trial order is possible 不要用机器翻译
还有一句,will you please send by air a half-yard sample cutting to my home office?
The use of these sevenths helps propel the music towards the next chord change – by adding the seventh you are effectively turning the chord into a temporary dominant seventh,which wants to resolve onto its tonic For this reason you will find many seventh chords in blues.
In bar12,there’s a G7 now where we had C before:this is to bring us around to the beginning of the next chorus,and it’s the simplest way of doing it.
We call this,and any other combination of chords used to get back to the tune,a ‘turn-around’.
Think of a blues in C:notice that the third degree of the scale is E natural.When we get to the chord of IV,we add a flattened seventh.This note is Eb,which is the third degree of the minor scale.Early blues musicians picked up on this major/minor flux,and worked it into their melodies.
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