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2017年普通高等学校招生全国统一考试(新课标I)APacific Science Center Guide◆Visit Pacific Science Center’s StoreDon’t forget to stop by Pacific Science Center’s Store while you are here to pick up a wonderful science activity or remember your visit. The store is located(位于) upstairs in Building 3 right next to the Laster Dome.◆Hungry Our exhibits will feed your mind but what about your body? Our café offers a complete menu of lunch and snack options, in addition to seasonal specials. The café is located upstairs in Building 1 and is open daily until one hour before Pacific Science Center closes.◆Rental InformationLockers are available to store any belongings during your visit. The lockers are located in Building 1 near the Information Desk and in Building 3. Pushchairs and wheelchairs are available to rent at the Information Desk and Denny Way entrance. ID required.◆Support Pacific Science CenterSince 1962 Pacific Science Center has been inspiring a passion(热情) for discovery and lifelong learning in science, math and technology. Today Pacific Science Center serves A太平洋科学中心指南游览太平洋科学中心的商店 当你你体验太平洋科学中心精彩的科学活动课或纪念本次旅行时,不要忘记在太平洋科学中心的商店驻足。该商店位于与激光穹顶相邻的3号大楼里。饿我们的展览会喂饱你的大脑,但是你的身体呢?我们的餐厅除了供应季节性特供菜品外,还会提供丰富的午餐和快餐点心供您选择。该餐厅位于1号大楼中,并且每天营业到太平洋科学中心关闭前一个小时。租赁信息在你游览期间可以使用寄存柜存放您的个人物品。寄存柜位于服务台附近的1号楼和3号楼内。在服务台和丹尼路的入口处可以租用婴儿手推车和轮椅。需要提供身份证。支持太平洋科学中心自1962年以来,太平洋科学中心激发了人们在科学,数学及技术领域发现和终身学习的热情。如今,太平洋科学中心每年使130多more than 1.3 million people a year and brings inquiry-based science education to classrooms and community events all over Washington State. It’s an amazing accomplishment and one we cannot achieve without generous support from individuals, corporations, and other social organizations. Wish pacificorganzier.org to find various ways you can support Pacific Science Center.21.Where can you buy a souvenir at Pacific Science Center?A.In Building 1.B. In Building 3.C.At the last Dome.D.At the Denny Way entrance.22.What does Pacific Science Center do for schools?A.Train Science teachers.B.Distribute scicnce books.C. Inspire scientific research.D.Take science to the classroom.23.What is the purpose of the last part of the text?A.To encourage donations.B.To advertise coming events.C.To introduce special exhibits.D.To tell about the Center’s history.BI work with Volunteers for Wildlife, a rescue and education organization at Bailey Arboretum in Locust万人民受益,将探究式的科学教育带入课堂,并在整个华盛顿开展社区活动。这是一项令人惊叹的伟大成就,而这也离不开来自于个人,公司以及其他社会组织的慷慨赞助。访问太平洋中心网站,找出你能够支持太平洋科学中心的各种方式。21. 你在太平洋科学中心的哪里可以购买到纪念品?A.在1号楼内。B.在3号楼内。C.在激光穹顶。D.在丹尼路的入口处。22. 太平洋科学中心为学校做些什么?A.培训科学老师。B.分发科学书籍。C.激发科学研究。D.将科学带入课堂。23. 文章最后一段的写作目的是什么?A.鼓励捐赠。B.为即将到来的活动做广告。C.为了介绍特别的展览。D.为了讲述该中心的历史。B 我从事野生生物志愿者服务的工作,这是位于蝗虫谷,贝利植物园的一个救援教育组织。竭尽全力去帮助受伤的,无家可归的或Valley. Trying to help injured, displaced or sick creatures can be heartbreaking; survival is never certain. However, when it works, it is simply beautiful.I got a rescue call from a woman in Muttontown. She had found a young owl(猫头鹰) on the ground. When I arrived, I saw a 2-to 3-week-old owl. It had already been placed in a carrier for safety. I examined the chick(雏鸟) and it seemed fine. If I could locate the nest, I might have been able to put it back, but no luck. My next work was to construct a nest and anchor it in a tree. The homeowner was very helpful. A wire basket was found. I put some pine branches into the basket to make this nest safe and comfortable. I placed the chick in the nest, and it quickly calmed down.Now all that was needed were the parents, but they were absent. I gave the homeowner a recording of the hunger screams of owl chicks. These advertise the presence of chicks to adults; they might also encourage our chick to start calling as well. I gave the owner as much information as possible and headed home to see what news the night might bring.A nervous night to be sure,but sometimes the spirits of nature smile on us all! The homeowner called to say that the parents had responded to the recordings. I drove over and saw the chick in the nest looking healthy and active. And it was accompanied in the nest 者生病的生物有时候是令人心碎的;因为并不能确保他们幸存下来。然而,当救助有效时,这确实是一件美好的事情。 我接到来自玛特镇一名女士的救援电话。她在地上发现了一只猫头鹰幼雏。当我赶到时,发现了一只两到三周大的猫头鹰幼雏。为安全起见,她以及被放置在一只手提购物袋中。 我对这只幼雏进行了检查,它状况良好。如果我能够找到它的巢穴的位置,我也许可以把他放回去。但是没有那么幸运。我接下来的工作就是建造一个巢穴并将巢穴固定在树上。 这个房主很乐于助人。找到了一只钢丝笼。我把一些松树枝放进笼子里让鸟窝更安全舒适。我把雏鸟放进笼子里,它很快镇定下来。 现在我们需要的是雏鸟的父母,但是他们却不在。我给了房主一段饥饿的猫头鹰雏鸟尖叫声的录音。这些叫声向小猫头鹰的父母宣告小猫头鹰的存在;这些尖叫声也会激发雏鸟开始叫。我告诉房主尽可能多的相关信息然后回家等待那天晚上会带来什么消息。 无疑那是一个紧张的夜晚,但有时大自然的精神会垂青我们!房主打电话告诉我说成年猫头鹰回应了那些叫声。我开车过来,发现巢穴里的雏鸟看起来很健康,活泼。巢穴里的雏鸟被最伟大的景象陪伴---午餐!成年by the greatest sight of all — LUNCH! The parentshad done their duty and would probably continue to do so.24.What is unavoidable in the author’s rescue work according to paragraph 1?A.Efforts made in vain.B.Getting injured in his work.C.Feeling uncertain about his future.D.Creatures forced out of their homes.25.Why was the author called to Muttontown?A.To rescue a woman.B.To take care of a woman.C.To look at a baby owl.D.To cure a young owl.26.What made the chick calm down?A.A new nest.B.Some food.C.A recording.D.Its parents.27.How would the author feel about the outcome of the event?A.It’s unexpected.B. It’s beautiful.C. It’s humorous.D. It’s discouraging.CSome of the world’s most famous musicians recently gathered in Paris and New Orleans to celebrate the first annual International Jazz Day. UNESCO( United Nations Educational, Scientific and 猫头鹰以及尽了它们的职责并且很有可能继续下去。24. 根据第一段,作者的救援工作,什么是不可避免的?A. 努力白费。B. 工作中受伤。C. 对自己的未来感到不确定。D. 一些生物被迫离开家园。25. 作者为什么被打电话叫到马特镇?A. 为了救助一名女士。B. 为了照顾一名女士。C. 为了察看一只猫头鹰幼雏。D. 为了治疗一只猫头鹰幼雏。26. 什么让这只雏鸟镇定下来?A. 一个新的巢穴。B. 一些食物。C. 一段录音。D. 它的父母。27. 作者对这次事件的结果感受如何?A. 它是出乎意料的。B. 它是美好的。C. 它是幽默的。D. 它是令人沮丧的。C 一些世界著名的音乐家最近齐聚巴黎和新奥尔良来庆祝首届一年一度的国际爵士乐日。联合国教科文组织最近将4月30日设立为爵士乐日以提升人们了解爵士乐以及它作 Cultural Organization) recently set April 30 as a day toraise awareness of jazz music, its significance, and its potential as a unifying(联合) voice across cultures.Despite the celebrations, though, in the U.S. the jazz audience continues to shrink and grow older, and the music has failed to connect with younger generations.It’s Jason Moran’s job to help change that. As the Kennedy Center’s artistic adviser for jazz, Moran hopes to widen the audience for jazz, make the music more accessible, and preserve its history and culture.“Jazz seems like it’s not really a part of the American appetite,” Moran tells National Public Radio’s reporter Neal Conan. “What I’m hoping to accomplish is that my generation and younger start to reconsider and understand that jazz is not black and write anymore. It’s actually color, and it’s actually digital.”Moran says one of the problems with jazz today is that the entertainment aspect of the music has been lost. “The music can’t be presented today the way it was in 1908 or 1958. It has to continue to move, because the way the world works is not the same,” says Moran.Last year, Moran worked on a project that arranged Fats Waller’s music for a dance party, “Just to kind of put it back in the mind that Waller is dance music as much as it is concert music,” says Moran. “For me, it’s the recontextualization. In music, where does the emotion(情感) lie? Are we, as humans, 为一种跨文化的声音所具有的意义和潜能。 然而尽管有这些庆祝活动,美国的爵士乐观众继续减少而且年龄持续增长并且爵士乐不能与更年青一代的观众产生共鸣。 帮助改变这一现象是Jason Mora的工作。作为肯尼迪艺术中心爵士乐的顾问,Moran希望能够扩展爵士乐的观众,使爵士乐更通俗易懂,同时保存其历史及文化意义。 “似乎爵士乐并不符合美国人的胃口,”Moran告诉美国国家公共广播电台的记者。“我希望能够实现的目标是,我们这一代以及更年青的人们能够重新思考并明白爵士乐不再是黑白色的。事实上爵士乐是丰富多彩并且数字化的”。 Moran指出爵士乐目前存在的问题是音乐娱乐性的丧失。如今爵士乐不再以1908年或者1958年的方式呈现了。“它必须不断革新,因为世界的运转方式和以前不同了。” 去年,Moran进行了一个规划,为一场舞会安排了Fats Waller的音乐,“只是有点想让人们了解 Waller的音乐不仅可以出现在音乐会上也可以用作舞曲,”Moran说到。“我认为这是一种环境重置。在音乐中,情感存在于哪里?我们人类能否感悟到如何谈及自己?像gaining any insight(感悟) on how to talk about ourselves and how something as abstract as a Charlie Parker record gets us into a dialogue about our emotions and our thoughts? Sometimes we lose sight that the music has a wider context,” says Moran, “so I want to continue those dialogues. Those are the things I want to foster.”28.Why did UNESCO set April 30 as International Jazz Day?A.To remember the birth of jazz.B.To protect cultural diversity.C.To encourage people to study music.D.To recognize the value of jazz.29.What does the underlined word “that” in paragraph 3 refer to?A.Jazz becoming more accessible.B.The production of jazz growing faster.C.Jazz being less popular with the young.D.The jazz audience becoming larger. 30.What can we infer about Moran’s opinion on jazz?A.It will disappear gradually.B.It remains black and white.C.It should keep up with the times.D.It changes every 50 years.31.Which of the following can be the best title for the text?A.Exploring the Future of Jazz.B.The Rise and Fall of Jazz.C.The Story of a Jazz Musician.D.Celebrating the Jazz Day.Charlie Parker的专辑一样抽象的事物如何能够激发我们进行一场自己情感与思维的对话?有时我们会忽略音乐有更广阔的内容,”Moran说,“所以我想要继续这些对话。这些也正是我想要鼓励追寻的”28. 为什么联合国教科文组织将4月30日设立为爵士乐日?A. 为了纪念爵士乐的诞生。B. 为了保护文化的多样性。C. 为了鼓励人们研究音乐。D. 为了了解爵士乐的价值。29. 第三段中划线部分的单词“that”指代的是什么?A. 爵士乐变得越来越通俗易懂。B. 爵士乐的创作越来越快。C. 爵士乐在年轻人中越来越不受欢迎。D. 爵士乐的观众越来越多。30. 我们可以推断出Moran对爵士乐的观点是什么?A. 它会逐渐消失。B. 它仍然是单调的。C. 它应与时俱进。D. 它每五十年会发生变化。31. 下面哪一个可以作为文章的最佳标题?A. 探索爵士乐的未来。B. 爵士乐的兴起与衰落。C. 一个爵士音乐家的故事。庆祝爵士乐日。DA buld-it-yourself solar still(蒸馏器) is one of the best ways to obtain drinking water in areas where the liquid is not readily available. Developed by two doctors in the U.S. Department of Agriculture, it’s an excellent water collector. Unfortunately, you must carry the necessary equipment with you, since it’s all but impossible to find natural substitutes. The only components required, though, are a 5' 5' sheet of clear or slightly milky plastic, six feet of plastic tube, and a container— perhaps just a drinking cup — to catch the water. These pieces can be folded into a neat little pack and fastened on your belt. To construct a working still, use a sharp stick or rock to dig a hole four feet across and three feet deep. Try to make the hole in a damp area to increase the water catcher’s productivity. Place your cup in the deepest part of the hole. Then lay the tube in place so that one end rests all the way in the cup and the rest of the line runs up — and out — the side of the hole. Next, cover the hole with the plastic sheet, securing the edges of the plastic with dirt and weighting the sheet’s center down with a rock. The plastic should now form a cone(圆锥体) with 45-degree-angled sides. The low point of the sheet must be centered directly over, and no more than three inches above, the cup. The solar still works by creating a greenhouse under the plastic. Ground water evaporates (蒸发) and collects on the sheet until small drops of water form, run down the material and fall off into the cup. When D 自制蒸馏器是在水资源短缺地区快速获得饮用水的最佳方式之一。由美国农业部所研发的蒸馏器是一款很棒的水收集器。不幸的是,你必须随身携带必需的设备,因为在野外不太可能会找到天然的替代品。然而,所需的材料也只是:一张长宽分别为5英尺的透明或乳白色薄膜,一根6英尺长的塑料管子和一个容器---也许只是一个水杯---来接水。这些物品可以被折叠装进一个整洁的小袋子中系到腰带上。 要建造一个能正常运行的蒸馏器,需要使用一根尖锐的棍子或石头去挖一个4英尺宽3英尺深的洞。尽量在潮湿的地方挖洞为了增加集水器的产水量。把杯子放在洞穴的最深处。然后把管子放好,使其中一端完全放置在杯子中,另一端沿着洞的侧面往上延伸到洞的外面。 接下来,把洞口用塑料薄膜遮盖住,用泥土将塑料薄膜的边缘固定好,再把一块石头放在薄膜的中央。这时塑料薄膜应该与四周形成一个45度角的圆锥体。薄膜的最低处必须正好集中在杯子正上方不超过3英寸的地方。 蒸馏器是通过薄膜下面形成的温室来工作的。地下水蒸发聚集在薄膜上直到水滴形成,然后水滴沿着薄膜滴入杯中。当水杯满了,你可以通过外面的管子吸水,并且不必每次the container is full, you can suck the refreshment out through the tube, and won’t have to break down the still every time you need a drink. 32. What do we know about the solar still equipment from the first paragraph?A. It’s delicate. B. It’s expensive.C. It’s complex. D. It’s portable.33. What does the underlined phrase “the water catcher” in paragraph 2 refer to?A. The tube. B. The still.C. The hole. D. The cup.34. What’s the last step of constructing a working solar still?A. Dig a hole of a certain size. B. Put the cup in place.C. Weight the sheet’s center down. D. Cover the hole with the plastic sheet.35. When a solar still works, drops of water come into the cup form .A. the plastic tube B. outside the holeC. the open air D. beneath the sheet七选五If anyone had told me three years ago that I would be spending most of my weekends camping. I would 你需要喝水时都破坏蒸馏器。32. 从第一段我们可以了解到蒸馏器设备的什么信息?A. 它是脆弱的。B. 它是昂贵的。C. 它是复杂的。D. 它是便携的。33. 第二段中划线部分 “the water catcher” 指的是什么?A. 管子。B. 蒸馏器。C. 洞穴。D. 杯子。34. 建造一个正常运行的蒸馏器最后一步是什么?A. 挖一个一定大小的洞。B. 把杯子放好。C. 使薄膜的中央下沉。D. 用塑料薄膜盖住洞穴。35. 当蒸馏器工作时,水滴从哪里滴入杯中?A. 塑料管子。B. 洞外。C. 户外空气当中。D. 塑料薄膜下面。七选五 如果三年前有人告诉我大部分的周末时光都将用来野营,我肯定会大笑。在我眼里,have laughed heartily. Campers, in my eyes, were people who enjoyed insect bites, ill-cooked meals, and uncomfortable sleeping bags. They had nothing in common with me. 36 .The friends who introduced me to camping thought that it meant to be a pioneer. 37 We sleep in a tent, cooked over an open fire, and walked a long distance to take the shower and use the bathroom. This brief visit with Mother Nature cost me two days off from work, recovering from a bad case of sunburn and the doctor’s bill for my son’s food poisoning.I was, nevertheless, talked into going on another fun-filled holiday in the wilderness. 38 Instead, we had a pop-up camper with comfortable beds and an air conditioner. My nature-loving friends had remembered to bring all the necessities of life. 39 We have done a lot of it since. Recently, we bought a twenty-eight-foot travel trailer complete with a bathroom and a built-in TV set. There is a separate bedroom, a modern kitchen with a refrigerator. The trailer even has matching carpet and curtains. 40 It must be true that sooner or later, everyone finds his or her way back to nature. I recommend that you find your way in style.A.This time there was no tent.B.Things are going to be improved.C.The trip they took me on was a rough one.D.I was to learn a lot about camping since then, however.E.I must say that I have certainly come to enjoy 露营者是那些喜欢昆虫叮咬,难吃的饭菜,睡不舒服的睡袋的人。他们与我没有共同之处。36 介绍我参加野营的朋友们认为野营是打算成为一名开拓者。 37 我们睡在帐篷里,在野外生火做饭,走很远的路去洗澡上卫生间。这次简短的拜访大自然母亲使我请了两天假不能上班,从晒伤的糟糕情况以及我儿子食物中毒所花的医疗费用当中恢复过来。 尽管如此,我还是被说服参加了另外一次充满乐趣的野营。 38 相反的,我们有一辆配有舒适的床和空调的弹出式野营车。我热爱大自然的朋友们还记得带了所有的生活必需品。 39 从那之后,我们做了许多与野营有关的事情。最近,我们买了一个28英尺的旅行拖车含有一个洗澡间和内置电视机。还有一个独立的卧室,一个带冰箱的现代化厨房。这个旅行拖车甚至还有相匹配的地毯和窗帘。 40 每一个人迟早都会找到他或她回归自然的方式。我建议你找到适合自己的别具风格的方式。A. 这次没有帐篷。B. 情况将得打提升。C. 他们带我进行的旅程是条件艰苦的。D. 然而,从那时起我开始更多的了解野营。E. 我必须说我已经开始喜欢野营。camping. F. After the trip, my family became quite interested in camping.G. There was no shade as the trees were no more than 3 feet tall. 完形填空While high school does not generally encourage students to explore new aspects of life,college sets the stage for that exploration. I myself went through this 41 process and found something that has changed my 42 at college for the better:I discovered ASL-American Sign Language(美式手语).I never felt an urge to 43 any sign language before.My entire family is hearing,and so are all my friends.The 44 languages were enough in all my interactions(交往).Little did I know that I would discover my 45 for ASL.The 46 began during my first week at college. I watched as the ASL Club 47 their translation of a song. Both the hand movements and the very 48 of communicating without speaking 49 me. What I saw was completely unlike anything I had experienced in the 50 .This newness just left me 51 more.After that, feeling the need to 52 further, I decided to drop in on one of ASL club`s meetings. I only learned how to 53 the alphabet that day. Yet instead of being discouraged by my 54 progress,I was excited. I then made it a point to 55 those meetings and learn all I could.F. 这次旅行之后,我家人开始对野营很感兴趣。G. 因为树只有不到三英尺高,所以没有阴凉。 完形填空 尽管现在的高中一般并不鼓励学生去探索生活的新领域,但是大学确为这一探索设立的舞台。我自己经历了这种探索的过程并且发现了使我的大学经历变得更好的事物:我发现了美式手语。 我之前从来没有任何一种欲望去学习任何手语。我全家人都可以听得到,我的所有朋友也是如此。口头语言在我的所有交流中已经足够了。我一点也不不知我会发现自己喜爱美式手语。 故事开始于我上大学的第一周。我观看了美式手语俱乐部用手语表演了一首歌曲。他们的手势以及不需要说话就能交流的想法吸引了我。我所看到的与我之前的人生中所经历的任何事物都不一样。这个新事物使我想要了解更多。 自那之后感到需要了解更深一层次,我决定参加一次美式手语俱乐部的会议。那天我只学会了用手语表达字母表。但缓慢的进步非但没有让我感到失望,我反而很兴奋。然后我特意去参加那些会议,尽我所能去学习。The following term, I 56 an ASL class. The professor was deaf and any talking was 57 . I soon realized that the silence was not unpleasant. 58 , if there had been any talking, it would have 59 us to learn less. Now, I appreciate the silence and the 60 way of communication it opens.41. A. searching B. planning C. natural D. formal42. A. progressB. experienceC. majorD. opinion43. A. chooseB. readC. learnD. create44. A. officialB. foreignC. bodyD. spoken45. A. loveB. concernC. goalD. request46. A. meetingB. tripC. storyD. task47. A. recordedB. performedC. recitedD. discussed48. A. ideaB. amountC. dreamD. reason49. A. disturbedB. supportedC. embarrassedD. attracted50. A. endB. pastC. courseD. distance51. A. showingB. actingC. sayingD. wanting52. A. exerciseB. exploreC. expressD. explain 接下来的那一个学期,我注册选修了一门美式手语课。那个老师是失聪的,所以任何的谈话时被禁止的。我很快意识到沉默不是不愉快的事情。相反,如果有任何的语言交流,反而会导致我们学饿更少。现在我很喜欢这种安静以及它所开启的一种新的交流方式。41. A. 寻找 B. 制定计划 C. 自然的 D. 正式的42. A. 进步 B. 经历 C.专业 D.观点43. A. 选择B.阅读C. 学习D. 创造44. A.官方的B. 外国的C. 身体的D. 口头的45. A. 喜爱B. 担心C. 目标D. 要求46. A. 会议B. 里程C. 故事D. 任务47. A. 录制 B. 表演 C.背诵 D. 讨论48. A. 想法B. 数量 C. 梦想D. 原因49. A. 打扰 B. 支持C. 使尴尬 D. 吸引50. A. 结束B. 过去C. 过程D. 远处51. A. 展示 B. 行动C. 说 D. 想要52. A. 锻炼B. 探索C. 表达D. 解释53. A. printB. write C. signD. count54. A. slowB. steadyC. normalD. obvious55. A. chairB. sponsorC. attendD. organize56. A. missedB. passedC. gave up D. registered for57. A. prohibitedB. welcomedC. ignoredD. repeated58.A.Lastly    B.Thus   C.Instead  D.However59.A.required  B.caused   C.allowed  D.expected60.A.easy   B.popular   C.quick   D.new语法填空There has been a recent trend in the food service industry toward lower fat content and less salt. This trend, which was started by the medical community(医学界) 61 a method of fighting heart disease, has had some unintended side 62 (effect) such as overweight and heart disease-the very thing the medical community was trying to fight. Fat and salt are very important parts of a diet. They are required 63 (process) the food that we eat, to recover from injury and for several other bodily functions. When fat and salt 64 (remove) from food, the food tastes as if is missing something. 53. A. 印刷B. 写 C. 用手语表达D. 数54. A. 慢慢的B. 稳定的C. 正常的D. 显而易见的55. A. 主持B. 赞助C. 出席D. 组织56. A. 错过B.通过C. 放弃 D. 登记注册57. A. 禁止 B. 欢迎 C. 忽略 D. 重复58. A.最后     B.因此    C.相反 D.然而59.A.要求   B.导致   C.允许  D.期待60.A.容易的   B.流行的   C.快速的   D.新的语法填空 最近在食品行业有一种低盐低脂的趋势。作为一种与心脏病做斗争的方法,这种由医学界发起的趋势确有一种出乎意料的负面影响,比如超重和心脏病---这就是医学界正在与之做斗争的疾病。 脂肪和盐分是我们日常饮食当中非常重要的部分。脂肪和盐分被要求加工在我们所吃的食物当中,去恢复伤口以及一些其他的身体功能。当脂肪和盐分被从我们的食物当中除去之后,食物吃起来好像缺了一些什么。As 65 result, people will eat more food to try to make up for that something missing. Even 66 (bad), the amount of fast food that people eat goes up. Fast food 67 (be) full of fat and salt; by 68 (eat) more fast food people will get more salt and fat than they need in their diet. Having enough fat and salt in your meals will reduce the urge to snack(吃点心) between meals and will improve the taste of your food. However, be 69 (care) not to go to extremes. Like anything, it is possible to have too much of both, 70 is not good for the health.短文改错In the summer holiday following my eighteen birthday, I took driving lessons. I still remember how hard first day was. Before getting into the car, I thought I had learned the instructor’s orders, so once I started the car, my mind goes blank. I forgot what he had said to me altogether. The instructor kept repeating the word, “Speed up!” “Slow down!” “Turning left!” I was so much nervous that I could hardly tell which direction was left. A few minutes late, the instructor asked me to stop the car. It was a relief and I came to a suddenly stop just in the middle on the road.因此人们就会去吃更多的食物尽力去弥补那些缺失的东西。更糟糕的是,人们吃快餐的数量就会上升。快餐里含有大量的脂肪和盐分;通过吃更多的快餐人们将会获得比他们日常饮食当中更多的盐分和脂肪。 在你每天的饭中摄取足够的脂肪和盐分将会减少两餐之间想要吃零食的欲望并且也将会提高食物的味道。然而,切记不要走极端。像任何的事物一样,摄取太多的盐分和脂肪是有可能的,这对我们的健康是不利的。短文改错 刚满18岁的那年暑假,我开始学习开车、我仍然还记得第一天过得有多难。上车之前,我本以为我已经学会了教练教的全部指令,可是车子一发动,我的大脑一片空白。我把他告诉我的全忘了。教练不断的重复着“加速!”“减速!”“往左打方向!”。我如此的紧张以至于分辨不出哪边是左。几分钟之后,教练让我把车停下。我终于松了一口气,来了个急刹车把车停在了马路中间。
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