Our cultural backgrounds influence how we make choices members of collectivist societies place greater emphasis on duty. members of individualist societies…importance of personal choice. By contrast ① Because… ③ Let’s try an exercise… ④ In fact, … ② …it is…that’s important. ⑤ The difference is that…… while ……
II. 试题分析： ① 细节题 ( 表述原因 Because) ② 过渡句 ③ 主题句 ④ 事实支持句 (in fact) ⑤ 用一个完整句子概括区别 (while) III. 命题思路： 语篇意义、篇章结构、行文逻辑 IV. 解题策略： 理解主题，分析结构， 厘清写作思路，注意衔接点
happy disappointed foolish I started to raise my hand, ② I stopped and put it down. And ③ asked me to perform at the festival, for I had never even told that I could play the piano. Every day it ④ (sound) better and better and I grew more and more disappointed…… but nobody sounded
II. 试题分析 III. 命题思路： “ 意义优先 ” 语篇信息、上下文意义、句间逻辑关系 IV. 解题策略： 理解语篇意义，理清句间逻辑关系， 利用上下文线索
(2010 辽宁卷 ) Para. I …… _1_ it was a dictionary intended for non-native learners, none of my classmates had one _2_, to be honest, I found it extremely _3_ to use at first. I would look up words in the dictionary and _4_ not fully understand the meaning. …… Now, after studying English at university for three years, I understand that monolingual dictionaries are better in learning a foreign language. …… …… Although and difficult still
Para. II 1. Gradually, I have come to see what she meant. 2. My aunt even goes so far as to declare that a Chinese “equivalent” can never give you the exact meaning of a word in English! 3. Therefore, she insisted that I read the definition of a word in a monolingual dictionary when I wanted to get a better understanding of its meaning. 4. As I found out, there is in fact often NO perfect equivalence between two words in two languages. 42314231
From good reading we can get pleasure, companionship, experience, and instruction. A good book may absorb our attention so completely that for the time being we forget our surroundings and even our identity. Reading good books is one of the greatest pleasures in life. It increases our contentment when we are cheerful, and lessens our troubles when we are sad. Whatever our main purpose in reading may be, our contact with good books should never fail to give us enjoyment and satisfaction. With a good book in our hands we never feel lonely. Whether the characters are taken from real life or purely imaginary, they may become our companions and friends. In the pages of books we can walk with the wise and the good of all lands and all times. The people we meet in books may delight us either because they resemble human friends whom we hold dear or because they present unfamiliar types whom we are glad to welcome as new acquaintances. Our human friends may sometimes bore us, but the friends we make in books never annoy us. By turning the page we can dismiss them without any fear of hurting their feelings. When human friends desert us, good books are always ready to give us friendship, sympathy, and encouragement. One of the most valuable gifts presented by books is experience. Few of us can travel far from home or have a wide range of experiences, but all of us can lead varied lives through the pages of books. Whether we wish to escape from the seemingly dull realities of everyday life or whether we long to visit some far-off place, a book will help us when nothing else can. To travel by book we need no bank account to pay our way; no train or airplane to transport us; no passport to enter the land of our hearts’ desire. Through books we may get the excitement of dangerous adventure without danger. We can climb noble mountains, brave the freeze of an Antarctic winter, or cross the extremely hot sands of the desert, all without hardship. In books we may visit the studios of Hollywood; we may mix with the cheerful crowds of the Paris roads; we may join the picturesque peasants in an Alpine village or the kindly natives on a South Sea island. Indeed, through books the whole world is ours for the asking. ……get pleasure, companionship, experience, and instruction. 1……one of the greatest pleasures in life. 2…… we never feel lonely. 3……presented by books is experience. …never fail to give us enjoyment and satisfaction. …ready to give us friendship… …the whole world is ours for the asking.
Strange though it may seem — “my wife already does that” was a common response among attendees viewing the device when it was introduced at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) this week — Samsung is just one of many appliance makers racing to install a large number of internet-connected features in machines in an effort to make them “smart”. 72. What can be inferred from the common response of the attendees at the CES? C. The machine is unrelated to their life. D. This kind of technology is familiar to them. （ 2 ）找出逻辑错误根源