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上传者: zhaowanruo 2012-08-10 评分 0 0 0 0 0 0 暂无简介 简介 举报

简介:本文档为《阅读doc》,可适用于高中教育领域,主题内容包含Wewalkedinsoquietlythatthenurseatthedeskdidn’tevenlifthereyesfromthebookMu符等。

Wewalkedinsoquietlythatthenurseatthedeskdidn’tevenlifthereyesfromthebookMumpointedatabigchairbythedoorandIknewshewantedmetositdownWhileIwatchedmouthopeninsurprise,MumtookoffherhatandcoatandgavethemtometoholdShewalkedquietlytothesmallroombytheliftandtookoutawetmopShepushedthemoppastthedeskandasthenurselookedup,Mumnoddedandsaid,“Verydirtyfloors”“YesI’mgladthey’vefinallydecidedtocleanthem,”thenurseansweredShelookedatMumstrangelyandsaid,“Butaren’tyouworkinglate”Mumjustpushedharder,eachswipe(拖一下)ofthemoptakingherfartherandfartherdownthehallIwatcheduntilshewasoutofsightandthenursehadturnedbacktowritinginthebigbookAfteralongtimeMumcamebackHereyeswereshiningShequicklyputthemopbackandtookmyhandAsweturnedtogooutofthedoor,Mumbowedpolitelytothenurseandsaid,“Thankyou”Outside,Mumtoldme:“DagmarisfineNofever”“Yousawher,Mum”“OfcourseItoldheraboutthehospitalrulesAndshewillnotexpectusuntiltomorrowDadwillstopworryingaswellIt’safinehospitalButsuchfloors!AmopisnogoodYouneedabrush”WhenshetookamopfromthesmallroomwhatMumreallywantedtodowasAtocleanthefloorBtopleasethenurseCtoseeapatientDtosurprisethestorytellerWhenthenursetalkedtoMumshethoughtMumwasaAnurseBvisitorCpatientDcleanerAfterreadingthestory,whatcanweinferaboutthehospitalAItisachildren’shospitalBIthasstrictrulesaboutvisitinghoursCTheconditionstherearen’tverygoodDThenursesanddoctorstheredon’tworkhardFromthetextweknowthatDagmarismostlikelyAthestoryteller’ssisterBMum’sfriendCthestoryteller’sclassmateDDad’sbossWhichofthefollowingwordsbestdescribesMumAstrangeBwarmheartedCcleverDhardworkingMostanimalshavelittleconnectionwithanimalsofadifferentkind,unlesstheyhuntthemforfoodSometimes,however,twokindsofanimalscometogetherinapartnership(伙伴关系)whichdoesgoodtobothofthemYoumayhavenoticedsomebirdssittingonthebacksofsheepThisisnotbecausetheywantaride,butbecausetheyfindeasyfoodintheparasites(寄生虫)onsheepThesheepallowthebirdstodosobecausetheyremovethecauseofdiscomfortSoalthoughtheycanmanagewithouteachother,theydobettertogetherSometimesananimalhasaplantpartnerTherelationshipdevelopsuntilthetwopartnerscannotmanagewithouteachotherThisissointhecorals(珊瑚)oftheseaIntheirskinstheyhavetinyplantswhichactas“dustman”,takingsomeofthewasteproductsfromthecoralandgivinginreturnoxygenwhichtheanimalneedstobreatheIftheplantsarekilled,orareevenpreventedfromlightsothattheycannotlivenormally,thecoralswilldieSomebirdsliketositonasheepbecauseAtheycaneatitsparasitesBtheydependonthesheepforexistenceCtheyenjoytravelingwiththesheepDtheyfindthepositionmostcomfortableTheunderlinedword“they”inthelastsentenceofthefirstparagraphreferstoAbirdsandparasitesBbirdsandsheepCparasitesandsheepDsheep,birdsandparasitesItcanbelearntfromthetextthatthecoraldependsontheplantforAcomfortBlightCfoodDoxygenWhatdoesthesecondparagraphmainlydiscussASomeanimalsandplantsdependoneachotherforexistenceBSomeanimalsandplantsdeveloptheirrelationshipeasilyCSomeplantsdependoneachotherforfoodDSomeanimalslivebettertogetherInthethcenturyEnglandpeoplelikedtogototheseasideInthosedays,ladiesworelongbathingdresses,andmenworebathingsuitsWomendidnotwalkaboutonthebeachintheirbathingdressesTheyhiredabathingmachineAbathingmachinewasusedforchangingin,andfortakingthebatherdowntotheseaItcostpencetohireamachineandanattendant(侍者)Whenshehadpaid,thebatherclimbedupthebackstepsandgotintothebathingmachineThenshechangedintoherbathingdressWhenshehadchanged,themachinewaspulleddowntotheseaThebathingmachinestoppedinthewaterandthebatherwentdownthefrontstepsintothewaterIfshedidnotwanttogetintothesea,theattendantpulledherinWhousedthebathingmachineAWomenbathersBBothmenandwomenbatherCBatherswhocouldn’tswimDBatherswhocouldn’twalkAbathingmachinewasmainlyusedforAgivingthebatherapleasurerideonthebeachBgivingthebathersomeexercisebeforegettingintothewaterCprotectingthebatherfromcatchingcoldfromtheseawindDprotectingthebatherfrombeingseeninabathingdressoutofwaterInthethcenturypeoplewhousedthebathingmachineusuallydidthefollowingthingsWhichistherightorderfordoingthemaChangingintobathingclothesbGettingoutofthebathingmachinecPayingpencedGettingintothebathingmachineeBeingtakendownthebeachfGettingintothewaterAe,d,a,b,f,cBc,d,a,e,b,fCc,d,e,a,b,fDd,a,e,b,f,cInthes,alotofpeopleintheUSAwereoutofworkAmongthesepeoplewasamannamedAlfredButtsHealwayshadaninterestinwordgamesandso,tokillhistime,heplannedagamewhichhecalled“Lexico”However,hewasnotcompletelysatisfiedwiththegame,sohemadeanumberofchangestoitand,intime,changeditsnamefrom‘Lexico’to‘Alph’andthento‘CrissCross’Hewantedtomakesomemoneyfromhisnewgamebuthedidn’thaveanycommercial(商业性的)successIn,ButtshappenedtomeetamancalledJimBrunotwhoshowedaninterestinthenewgameThetwomenworkedtogetherondevelopingthegameandinitwasofferedforsaleintheUnitedStatesunderitsnewname‘Scrabble’Atfirst,itdidn’tsellverywellInthefirstyearitsoldjust,setsandbyithadonlyreached,setsayearThen,inthemanagerofMacy’sdepartmentstoreinNewYork,JackStrauss,happenedtoplay‘Scrabble’whilehewasonholidayHethoughtitwasawonderfulgameand,whenhewentbacktoworkafterhisholiday,heinsistedthatMacy’sshouldstock(贮备)thegameandmakeanefforttocallthepublic’sattentiontoitAsaresult,‘Scrabble’becameabigsuccessintheUnitedStatesanditspreadtoAustraliaandthentootherEnglishspeakingcountriesThetextismainlyaboutA‘Lexico’BthreemenCawordgameDAlfredButtsAlfredButtsinventedthegame‘Lexico’AtomakehimselffamousBtomakespellingsimpleCwhenhewasoutofworkandlookingforajobDwhenhewasplayingwordgamestopassthetimeWhomade‘Scrabble’popularAAlfredButtsBJackStraussCAlfredButtsandJimBrunotDJackStraussandJimBrunotWhendidAlfredButtsfirstputhisgameonthemarketAInBInCBeforeDBetweenandAllangoeseverywherewithBirgittaAnderson,ayearoldsecretaryHemovesaroundherofficeatworkandgoesshoppingwithher‘Mostpeopledon’tseemtomindAllan,’saysBirgitta,whothinksheiswonderful‘He’smyfourthchild,’shesaysShemaythinkofhimandtreathimthatway,buyinghisfood,payinghishealthbillsandhistaxes,butinfactAllanisadogBirgittaandAllanliveinSweden,acountrywhereeveryoneisexpectedtoleadanorderlylifeaccordingtoruleslaiddownbythegovernment,whichalsoprovidesahighlevelofcareforitspeopleThislevelofcarecostsmoneyPeopleinSwedenpaytaxesoneverything,soaren’tsurprisedtofindthatowningadogmeansyetmoretaxesSomepeoplearepayingasmuchasSwedishkronorintaxesayearfortherighttokeeptheirdog,moneythatisspentbythegovernmentondoghospitalsandsometimesmedicaltreatmentforadogthatfallsillHowever,mostsuchtreatmentisexpensive,soownersoftendecidetopayhealthandevenlifeinsurance(保险)fortheirdogInSwedendogownersmustpayforanydamagetheirdogdoesASwedishKennelClubofficialexplainswhatthismeans:ifyourdogrunsoutontheroadandgetshitbyapassingcaryou,astheowner,havetopayforanydamagedonetothecar,evenifyourdoghadbeenkilledintheaccidentBirgittapaystaxesforAllanbecauseAheisherdogBheisherchildChefollowshereverywhereDheoftenfallillThemoneypaidasdogtaxesisusedtoAkeepahighlevelofcareforthepeopleBpayfordamagedonebydogsCprovidemedicalcarefordogsDbuyinsurancefordogownersIfadogcausesacaraccidentandgetskilled,whoshouldpayforthedamagedonetothecarATheownerofthecarBTheownerofthedogCTheinsurancecompanyDThegovernmentFromthetextitcanbeinferredthatinSwedenAdogsarewelcomeinpublicplacesBkeepingdogsmeansaskingfortroubleCmanycaraccidentsarecausedbydogsDpeoplecaremuchaboutdogsAmericaisgrowingolderFiftyyearsago,onlyoutofeverypeopleintheUnitedStateswereorolderToday,outofeveryAmericansareoverTheagingofthepopulationwillaffectAmericansocietyinmanywayseducation,medicine,andbusinessQuietly,thegrayingofAmericahasmadeusaverydifferentsocietyoneinwhichpeoplehaveaquitedifferentideaofwhatkindofbehavior(行为)issuitableatvariousagesAperson’sagenolongertellsyouanythingabouthishersocialposition,marriageorhealthThere’snolongeraparticularyearinwhichonegoestoschoolorgoestoworkorgetsmarriedorstartsafamilyThesocialclockthatkeptusontimeandtolduswhentogotoschool,getajob,orstopworkingisn’tasstrongasitusedtobeItdoesn’tsurpriseustohearofayearolduniversitypresidentorayearoldgrandmother,orayearoldmanwhohasbecomeafatherforthefirsttimePublicideasarechangingManypeoplesay,‘Iammuchyoungerthanmymotherormyfatherwasatmyage’Noonesays‘Actyourage’anymoreWe’vestoppedlookingwithsurpriseatolderpeoplewhoactinyouthfulwaysItcanbelearntfromthetextthattheagingofthepopulationinAmericaAhasmadepeoplefeelyoungerBhaschangedpeople’ssocialpositionChaschangedpeople’sunderstandingofageDhassloweddownthecountry’ssocialdevelopmentTheunderlinedword‘one’referstoAasocietyBAmericaCaplaceDpopulation‘Actyourage’meanspeopleshouldAbeactivewhentheyareoldBdotherightthingattherightageCshowrespectfortheirparentsyoungoroldDtakemorephysicalexercisesuitabletotheirageIfayearoldmanbecomesgeneralmanagerofabigfirm,thewriterofthetextwouldmostprobablyconsideritAnormalBwonderfulCunbelievableDunreasonablePAGE

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