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假定英语课上老师要求同桌之间交换修改作文,请你修改你同桌写的以下作文。文中共有10处语言错误,每句中最多有两处。每处错误仅涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。

增加:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(∧),并在其下面写出该加的词。

删除:把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉。

修改:在错的词下划一横线,并在该词下面写出修改后的词。

注意:1. 每处错误及其修改均仅限一词;

2. 只允许修改10处,多者(从第11处起)不计分。

I liked sleeping lately at the weekend. My parents was often angry with me, but I didn’t take it serious. Last Saturday, a friend of me phoned me and we planned meet at the park at 8 o’clock the next morning. Watch my favorite movie until midnight, I went to bed even late than usual. I was so tired to hear the alarm and got up very late on the Saturday morning. When I got here my friends had already left. I felt so sorry for that.

 

第一处:lately→late 第二处: was→were 第三处:serious→seriously 第四处: me→mine 第五处:planned后加to 第六处:Watch改为Watching 第七处:late→later 第八处:so→too 第九处:去掉Saturday 第十处:here→there 【解析】 本文是一篇...
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One was a cousin, 3. I had lost touch with for 25 years. She was very happy when we got 4. touch. The other two were friends I hadn’t talked to in nearly 10 years. It was really good to talk to 5. (they) both.

With one of them, I reached out at a great time for him. He had forgotten my name 6. (entire) but remembered I disliked 7. (run) when young because I had asthma(哮喘). He was grateful that I called him and said some very kind 8. (thing) to me about our past. I am glad our friendship mattered to him.

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The elderly woman separated from the young one and _________ to search through the DVDS on the nearest shelf. I _______ and asked if I could help her _________ something. The woman smiled at me and showed me a title on a piece of paper.

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As we walked along the back of the store, I __________ what was on the shelves: old television shows, action movies, cartoons, etc. The woman seemed ________ the unrushed company and casual conversation.

We ________ the movie, and I praised her for her choice. She smiled and told me it was one she had __________ when she was at her son’s age and that she hoped he would enjoy it as much as she had.

I ________ the old woman to the cashier and then stepped back toward the young woman. “Is that your __________?” I asked. She rolled her eyes and said, “Yeah.” Mind some __________?” I asked. “Of course not,” said the daughter.

“Cherish(珍爱)her,” I said. And then I answered her surprised expression by saying, “When she’s __________, it’s the little moments that’ll come back to you. Times like this. I know.” It was __________. I still missed my mom and remembered the times when I’d used my impatience to make her upset.

1.A.closed B.entered C.passed D.left

2.A.knew B.realized C.guessed D.explained

3.A.kindness B.courage C.interest D.impatience

4.A.began B.continued C.forgot D.agreed

5.A.moved around B.walked over C.dropped out D.fell behind

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7.A.make B.play C.get D.borrow

8.A.so B.or C.and D.but

9.A.back B.forward C.up D.down

10.A.work B.company C.success D.performance

11.A.careful B.careless C.strong D.weak

12.A.changed B.designed C.examined D.introduced

13.A.worried about B.angry at C.happy with D.afraid of

14.A.developed B.watched C.missed D.found

15.A.wanted B.hated C.enjoyed D.remembered

16.A.pushed B.carried C.drove D.sent

17.A.daughter B.girl C.mom D.boss

18.A.attention B.advice C.support D.promise

19.A.done B.gone C.accepted D.asked

20.A.true B.appropriate C.reasonable D.impossible

 

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Also, older people can point us in the right direction and away from the mistakes they have already made. If we simply follow our peers, we will often run into similar problems. 3. My brother tried out for the football team last year and did not make it. Many of his peers told him to give up on the sport forever. But my father helped him realize that giving up was not the answer. Then my brother practiced harder. 4. In the end, older people can help us make the right decisions when we are in difficulties.

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D.In short, we learn more from older people than our peers.

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A.Because he was out of work.

B.Because he had no idea how he could make his living.

C.Because the new job was totally unfamiliar to him.

D.Because the new job was very dangerous.

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A.His physical condition. B.His carelessness.

C.The extreme physical work. D.The hot environment.

3.What made the author nervous at work?

A.Having an old partner. B.Being too tired.

C.Hurting himself. D.Damaging the plane.

4.What can we infer from the last paragraph?

A.The author would continue his new job. B.The author would change his job.

C.The author would have a higher salary. D.The author would get a promotion

 

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Born in Nanjing, East China’s Jiangsu Province in 1928, Yu fled with his family at the age of 9 to Chongqing during the War of Resistance against Japanese Aggression (1931-1945). In 1947, he began studying at Jinling University in Nanjing, but later transferred to Xiamen University. In 1950, Yu and his family moved to Taiwan where he lived and worked until his death.

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Published in 1971, the poem remains highly popular among Chinese speakers worldwide. Even those who know little about literature are familiar with lines from the poem: “When I was a child/ Nostalgia(乡愁)seemed a small stamp/ Here am I/ And there…my mother…”

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