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  1. 那就让这事再骗他们一会儿吧,无论怎样骗他们都不算过分读句子轻松学英语四级语法 第76节1.The road is rough.  . 毕竟所有的生物都靠吃其他东西生存,不管这种东西是植物还是动物,是死的还是活的


英语专业四级 专四词汇练习题:respect- -- :1:3 来源: 选词填空respectable, respectful, respective He wishes to straighten up and lead a ______ life.He is ______ to his elders.After the party we all go off to our ______ room.Respectable 值得尊敬的,体面的He wishes to straighten up and lead a respectable life.他希望改邪归正,过体面的生活Respectful 恭敬的,有礼貌的He is respectful to his elders.他对长辈很尊敬Respective 各自的,分别的After the party we all go off to our respective room.聚会之后我们回到各自的房间: respectable, respectful, respective

有这样一句话“Joe lives on easy street and can buy all the new things that make life easy.”,如果稍不注意,你有可能会翻译为“乔住在一条很方便的街上,那里买东西方便,生活很舒”不看原文,这句话翻译得很通顺,但恰恰却失去了“easy street”这个看似不起眼却十分重要的短语如果说是要形容某一条街,那前面应该有不定冠词,例如“a busyquiet street”或是复数形式;如果是街名,则应该大写“一条很方便的街”显然是根据原文字面意思翻译的

四六级资讯 大学英语新六级考试冲刺模拟试题 -- :9:55 来源: Part I Writing:  注意:此部分试题在答题卡1上  PartⅡ Reading Comprehension (Skimming and Scanning)( minutes)  Directions: In this part, you will have minutes to go over the passage quickly and answer the questions on Answer Sheet 1. questions 1-, mark  Y( YES)if the statement agrees with the inmation given in the passage;  N( NO) if the statement contradicts the inmation given in the passage;  NG( NOT GIVEN) if the inmation is not given in the passage.   questions 5to, complete the sentences with the inmation given in the passage.  Stress  This may come as a surprise, but you need stress in your life. Leading stress management experts say that life without stress would be dull and unexciting. Stress adds flavor, challenge, and opporty to life. However, too much stress can seriously affect your physical and mental well-being. A major challenge in today’s stress-filled world is to make the stress in your life work you instead of against you.  In today’s hectic, fast-paced world and with the booming economy, stress is our constant companion. It comes from mental or emotional activity and physical activity. Too much emotional stress can result in physical illness, such as high blood pressure, ulcers, asthma, irritable colon, headaches, or even heart disease. On the other hand, physical stress from work or exercise rarely causes such ailments. In fact, physical exercise can help you to relax and to handle your mental or emotional stress.  Hans Selye, M.D., a recognized expert in the field, has defined stress as a “nonspecific response of the body to a demand”. The key to reducing stress is learning how our bodies respond to those demands. When stress becomes prolonged or particularly frustrating, it can become harmful—causing distress or “bad stress”. Recognizing the early signs of distress and then doing something about them can make a significant difference in the quality of your life.  In order to use stress in a positive way and prevent it from becoming distress, you should be aware of your own reactions to stressful events. The body responds to stress by going through specific stages: (1) alarm, () resistance, and (3) exhaustion. Muscles tense, blood pressure and heart rate rise, and adrenaline and other stress-triggered hormones that increase the level of alertness are released. If the stress-causing conditions continue, your body will need time to make repairs, if that happens, you eventually may develop a physical problem that is related to stress, such as migraine headaches, high blood pressure, backaches, or insomnia. That’s why when stress occurs it’s important that you recognize and deal with it in a positive way. While it’s impossible to live completely free of stress and distress, it is possible to prevent some distress as well as to minimize its impact when it can’t be avoided. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services offers the following suggestions ways to handle stress.  Try Physical Activity  When you’re nervous, angry or upset, try releasing the pressure through exercise or physical activity. Running, walking, playing tennis, or working in your garden are just some of the activities you might try. Physical exercise will relieve your anxiety and worry and help you relax. Your body and your mind will work together to ease the stress in your life.  Share Your Stress  It helps to talk with someone about your anxieties and worries. Perhaps a friend, family member, teacher, or counselor can help you achieve a more positive perspective on what’s troubling you. If you feel your problem is serious, you might seek professional help from a psychologist, psychiatrist or social worker. Knowing when to ask help is a positive step in avoiding more serious problems later.  Take Care of Yourself  You should make every eft to eat well and to get enough rest. If you’re irritable and tense from lack of sleep, or if you’re not eating properly, you’ll be more vulnerable to stressful situations. If stress repeatedly keeps you from sleeping, you should consult your doctor.  Make Time Yourself  Schedule time both work and recreation. Don’t get, play can be just as important to your overall well-being as work. You need a break from your daily routine to just relax and have fun. Go window-shopping or work on a hobby. Allow yourself at least a half hour each day to do something you enjoy.  Make a List of the Things You Need to Do  Stress can result from disorganization and a feeling that “there’s so much to do, and not enough time”. Trying to take care of everything at once can be overwhelming, and as a result, you may not accomplish anything. Instead, make a list of everything you have to do, then do one thing at a time, checking off each task as it is completed. Give priority to the most important tasks and do those first.  Go Ahead and Cry  A good cry can be a healthy way to bring relief to your anxiety. It might even help yon avoid a headache or other physical consequence of anxiety and stress.  Create a Quiet Scene  Yon can’t always run away, but you can allow yourself a mental “get-away”. A quiet country scene painted mentally, or on canvas, can transport you from the tension of a stressful situation to a more relaxing frame of mind. You also can create a sense of peace and tranquility by ing a good book or listening to beautiful music.  Avoid Self-Medication  While yon can use prescription or over-the-counter medications to relieve stress temporarily, they do not remove the conditions that caused the stress in the first place. In fact, many medications may be habit-ming and also may reduce your efficiency, thus creating more stress than they eliminate. They should be taken only on the advice of your doctor.  Relax  The best strategy reducing or avoiding stress altogether is to learn how to relax. Untunately, many people try to relax at the same pace that they lead the rest of their lives. That doesn’t work. Instead, try tuning out your worries about time, productivity and “doing right”. Here are several relaxation techniques you may find helpful:  —You should take a deep breath and exhale to help calm your mind, counter your body’s natural stress reaction and improve your response.  —You should laugh. Many stress management experts advocate laughter as a relaxation technique relieving tension.  —You should take a warm bath or shower. Whether you prefer bubble baths or long hot showers, this is an excellent way to relax after a stressful day.  —You should try progressive muscle relaxation. Individual contract and relax each muscle group of your body. Begin by tensing your toes seconds, then relax them . Work all the way up your body, alternately tensing and relaxing, and finish with your facial muscles.  By learning the “art” of relaxation, you’ll find satisfaction in just “being”, without trying or striving. Your focus on relaxation, enjoyment and health will reduce stress, anxiety and worry in your life. The result is, you will be calmer, healthier and happier.  注意:此部分试题在答题卡1上作答  1. In today’s stressful world, we should get control of the stress in our life rather than being ced by it.  . According to the author, too much physical illness can lead to emotional stress.  3. When stress becomes prolonged or particularly frustrating, it can become too harmful to cause distress or bad stress.  . If the conditions which cause stress continue, your body will need time, usually, three to five days, to make repairs.  5. Although it’s impossible to live without stress and distress _____________________.  6. A more positive perspective on what’s troubling you may be achieved with the help of_____________________.  7. Disorganization and a feeling that “there’s so much to do, and not enough time” can _____________________.  8. You can a good book or listen to beautiful music_____________________.  9. _____________________is the best strategy reducing or avoiding stress.  . The reduction of stress, anxiety and worry in your life is _____________________.  Part III Listening Comprehension (35 minutes)  Section A  Directions: In this section, you will hear 8 short conversations and long conversations. At the end of each conversation, one or more questions will be asked about what was said. Both the conversation and the questions will be spoken only once. After each question there will be a pause. During the pause, you must the four choices marked A),B),C)and D),and decide which is the best answer. Then mark the corresponding letter on Answer Sheet with a single line through the centre.  注意:此部分试题在答题卡上作答  . A) Jane should come with her instead.  B) She will go along with Jane’s idea.  C) She is the decision-maker.  D) She will find what Jane prefers.  . A) Cathy is the hostess of the party.  B) They didn’t plan about her coming.  C) She shouldn’t invite anyone else.  D) Cathy has something else to do.  . A) He asked too many job offers.  B) He should know more about his job.  C) He is very lucky.  D) He needs advice.  . A) Falling down. B) Missing the bus. C) Taking a trip. D) Being too tired.  . A) He takes only black and white pictures.  B) He does part of his own film developing.  C) He needs a film lab the colour pictures.  D) He has all his films developed.  . A) Wait five minutes. B) Hurry to the bus stop.  C) Catch the next bus. D) Go by train.  . A) The room is on fire.  B) There is little wind.  C) The speakers are bothered by the smoker.  D) The man doesn’t agree with the woman.  18. A) A trip he has aly taken.  B) A city in which he used to work.  C) A restaurant at which he likes to eat.  D) A monument he has visited.  Conversation One  19. A) Go to summer camp. B) Take a summer vacation.  C) Stay at home. D) Earn some money.  . A) They hired someone to stay in their home.  B) They left their pets with their relatives.  C) They rented their house to a student.  D) They asked their secretaries to watch their home.  1. A) Walking the dog. B) Cutting the grass.  C) Taking care of the children. D) Feeding the fish.  . A) They attend a house-sitter’s party.  B) They check a house-sitter’s references.  C) They interview a house-sitter’s friends.  D) They look at a house-sitter’s transcripts.  Conversation Two  3. A) What the man’s plans are tonight.  B) Why the man does not want to play tennis.  C) Why they do not have time to play tennis after class today.  D) What time they can meet in the library.  . A) Yesterday bee dinner. B) Two days ago.  C) Last weekend. D) One week ago.  5. A) Let him win a tennis game.  B) Help him finish his anthropology project.  C) Give him some medicine his stomach.  D) Lend him her anthropology book.  Section B  Directions: In this section, you will hear 3 short passages. At the end of each passage, you will hear some questions. Both the passage and the questions will be spoken only once. After you hear a question, you must choose the best answer from the four choices marked A),B),C)and D).Then mark the corresponding letter on Answer Sheet with a single line through the centre.  注意:此部分试题在答题卡上作答  Passage One  Questions 6 to 9 are based on the passage you have just heard.  6. A) Eliminating the original vegetation from the building site.  B) Making the houses in an area similar to one another.  C) Deciding where a house will be built.  D) Surrounding a building with wildflowers and plants.  7. A) They are changed to make the site more interesting.  B) They are expanded to limit the amount of construction.  C) They are integrated into the design of the building.  D) They are removed construction.  . A) Because many architects studied with Wright.  B) Because Wright started the practice of “landscaping”.  C) Because Wright used elements of Envelope Building.  D) Because most of the houses Wright built were made of stone.  Passage Two  Questions 9 to 31 are based on the passage you have just heard.  9. A) They cure patients by using traditional medicine.  B) Their treatments are often successful.  C) They cure patients both physically and mentally.  D) They are usually more patient than modern physicians.  30. A) The anger of a relative, friend or enemy.  B) The stone hidden inside the patient’s throat, arm, leg, stomach, etc.  C) The attack from neighboring enemies.  D) The diseases that enter the body of a person.  31. A) They are scientific. B) They are too complicated.  C) They should be banned. D) They are not truthful, but effective.  Passage Three  Questions 3 to 35 are based on the passage you have just heard.  3. A) Hot during the day and cold at night.  B) Cold during the day and hot at night.  C) Hot day and night.  D) Cold day and night.  33. A) There are neither rivers nor streams.  B) There is no grass all the year round.  C) It is mainly bare rock with little grass.  D) There are a few streams and big rivers.  . A) With the help of his friends.  B) By following the tracks of animals.  C) By using a compass.  D) With the help of the guide.  35. A) 19 years old. B) years old. C) 35 years old. D) 5 years old.  Section C  Directions: In this section, you will hear a passage three times. When the passage is the first time, you should listen carefully its general idea. When the passage is the second time, you are required to fill in the blanks numbered from 36 to 3 with the exact words you have just heard. blanks numbered from to 6 you are required to fill in the missing inmation. these blanks, you can either use the exact words you have just heard or write down the main points in your own words. Finally, when the passage is the third time, you should check what you have written.  注意:此部分试题在答题卡上;请在答题卡上作答  Part Ⅳ Reading Comprehension (Reading in Depth) (5 minutes)  Section A  Directions:In this section,there is a short passage with 5 questions or incomplete statements. Read the passage carefully. Then answer the questions or complete the statements in the fewest possible words on Answer Sheet .  Questions 7 to 51 are based on the following passage.   most people, shopping is still a matter of wandering down the high street or loading a cart in a shopping mall. Soon, that will change. Electronic commerce is growing fast and will soon bring people more choice. There will, however, be a cost: protecting the consumer from fraud will be harder. Many governments theree want to extend highstreet regulations to the electronic world. But politicians would be wiser to see cyberspace as a basis a new era of corporate self-regulation.  Consumers in rich countries have grown used to the idea that the government takes responsibility everything from the stability of the banks to the safety of the drugs, or their rights to refund(退款) when goods are faulty. But governments cannot ence national laws on businesses whose only presence in their country is on the screen. Other countries have regulators, but the rules of consumer protection differ, as does encement. Even where a clear right to compensation exists, the online catalogue customer in Tokyo, say, can hardly go to New York to extract a refund a dud purchase.  One answer is governments to cooperate more: to recognize each other’s rules. But that requires years of work and volumes of detailed rules. And plenty of countries have rules too fanciful sober states to accept. There is, however, an alternative. Let the electronic businesses do the “regulation” themselves. They do, after all, have a self-interest in doing so.  In electronic commerce, a reputation honest dealing will be a valuable competitive asset. Governments, too, may compete to be trusted. instance, customers ordering medicines online may prefer to buy from the ed States because they trust the rigorous screening of the Food and Drug Administration; or they may decide that the FDA’s rules are too strict, and buy from Switzerland instead.  Consumers will need to use their judgment. But precisely because the technology is new, electronic shoppers are likely a while to be a lot more cautious than consumers of the normal sort---and the new technology will also make it easier them to complain noisily when a company lets them down. In this way, at least, the advent of cyberspace may argue fewer consumer protection laws, not more.  注意:此部分试题请在答题卡上作答  7. What can people benefit from the fast-growing development of electronic commerce?  8. When goods are faulty, consumers in rich countries tend to think that it is ______________ who takes responsibility everything.  9. In the author’s view, why do businesses place a high premium on honest dealing in the electronic world?  50. We can infer from the passage that in licensing new drugs the FDA in the ed States is _______________.  51. We can learn from the passage that _____________are probably more cautious than consumers of the normal sort when buying things.  Section B  Directions:There are passages in this section. Each passage is followed by some questions or unfinished statements. each of them there are four choices marked A), B), C) and D). You should decide on the best choice and mark the corresponding letter on Answer Sheet with a single line through the center.  注意:此部分试题请在答题卡上作答  Passage One  Questions 5 to 56 are based on the following passage.  Opinion poll surveys show that the public see scientists in a rather unflattering light.  Commonly, the scientist is also seen as being male. It is true that most scientists are male, but the picture of science as a male activity may be a major reason why fewer girls than boys opt science, except when it comes to biology, which is seen as “female.”  The image most people have of science and scientists comes from their own experience of school science, and from the mass media. Science teachers themselves see it as a problem that so many school pupils find school science an unsatisfying experience, though over the last few years more and more pupils, including girls, have opted science subjects.  In spite of excellent documentaries, and some good popular science magazines, scientific stories in the media still usually alternate between miracle and scientific threat. The popular stereotype of science is like the magic of fairy tales: it has potential enormous good or awful harm. Popular fiction is full of “good” scientists saving the world, and “mad” scientists trying to destroy it.  From all the many scientific stories which might be given media treatment, those which are chosen are usually those which can be framed in terms of the usual news angles: novelty, threat, conflict or the bizarre. The routine and often tedious work of the scientist slips from view, to be replaced with a picture of scientists ever offending public moral sensibilities (as in embryo research), threatening public health (as in weapons research), or fighting it out with each other (in giving evidence at public enquiries such as those held on the issues connected with nuclear power).  The mass media also tends to over-personalize scientific work, depicting it as the product of individual genius, while neglecting the social organization which makes scientific work possible. A further effect of this is that science comes to be seen as a thing in itself: a kind of unpredictable ce; a tide of scientific progress.  It is no such thing, of course. Science is what scientists do; what they do is what a particular kind of society facilitates, and what is done with their work depends very much on who has the power to turn their discoveries into technology, and what their interests are.  5. According to the passage, ordinary people have a poor opinion of science and scientists partly because ______.  A) of the misleading of the media  B) opinion polls are unflattering  C) scientists are shown negatively in the media  D) science is considered to be dangerous  53. Fewer girls than boys study science because ______.  A) they think that science is too difficult  B) they are often unsuccessful in science at school  C) science is seen as a man’s job  D) science is considered to be tedious  5. Media treatment of science tends to concentrate on _____.  A) the routine, everyday work of scientists  B) discoveries that the public will understand  C) the more sensational aspects of science  D) the satisfactions of scientific work  55. According to the author, over-personalization of scientific work will lead science  A) isolation from the rest of the world  B) improvements on school system  C) association with “femaleness”  D) trouble in recruiting young talent  56. According to the author, what a scientist does _______.  A) should be attributed to his individual genius  B) depends on the coordination of the society  C) shows his independent power  D) is unpredictable  Passage Two  Questions 57 to 61 are based on the following passage.  The tendency to look some outside group to blame our mistunes is certainly common and it is often sustained by social prejudice. There seems to be little doubt that one of the principal causes of prejudice is fear: in particular the fear that the interests of our own group are going to be endangered by the actions of another. This is less likely to be the case in a stable, relatively unchanging society in which the members of different social and occupational groups know what to expect of each other, and know what to expect themselves. In times of rapid racial and economic change, however, new occupations and new social roles appear, and people start looking jealously at each other to see whether their own group is being left behind.  Once prejudice develops, it is hard to stop, because there are often social ces at work which actively encourage unfounded attitudes of hostility and fear towards other groups. One such ce is education: We all know that children can be taught history in such a way as to perpetuate old hatred and old prejudices between racial and political groups. Another social influence that has to be reckoned with is the pressure of public opinion. People often think and act differently in groups from the way they would do as individuals. It takes a considerable eft of will, and often calls great courage, to stand out against one’s fellows and insist that they are wrong.  Why is it that we hear so much more about the failures of relationships between commies than we do about the successes? I am afraid it is partly due to the increase in communication which radio, television and the popular press have brought about. In those countries where the media of mass communication are commercial enterprises, they tend to measure success by the size of their audience; and people are more likely to buy a newspaper, instance, if their attention is caught by something dramatic, something sensational, or something that arouses their anxiety. The popular press flourishes on “scare headlines”, and popular orators, especially if they are politicians addressing a relatively unsophisticated audience, know that the best way to arouse such an audience is to frighten them.  Where there is a real or imaginary threat to economic security, this is especially likely to inflame group prejudice. It is important to remember economic factors if we wish to lessen prejudice between groups, because unless they are dealt with directly it will be little use simply advising people not to be prejudiced against other groups whom they see as their rivals, if not their enemies.  57. Which of the following does the author see as the chief source of prejudice?  A) The distorted ideas which are believed as statement of fact.  B) Fear that personal interest will be invaded.  C) The dispute which is favorable to the opponents not one's own part.  D) The concepts that a commy takes granted.  58. What part do newspapers and radio play in inter-communal relationships?  A) They educate people not to look jealously at each other  B) They cause further prejudice among audience.  C) They discuss interesting problems in more details  D) They draw the audience's attention to prejudice.  59. What’s the subject of paragraph ?  A) How to eliminate our prejudice.  B) The pressure of social opinion.  C) The role of education to children.  D) Social ces that strengthen our bias  60. Which of the following can be used to describe the author's opinion about prejudice?  A) It is a difficult problem to solve.  B) It can be done away with.  C) It is an evil state of mind.  D) It should be criticized.  61. What’s the author’s purpose of writing this ?  A) To analyze social prejudice between social groups.  B) To reveal the danger of social prejudice.  C) To blame the politicians frightening the audience  D) To show some examples of people’s prejudice.  Part Ⅴ Error Correction ( minutes)  Directions:This part consists of a short passage. In this passage,there are altogether mistakes, one in each numbered line. You may have to change a word, add a word or delete a word. Mark out the mistakes and put the corrections in the blanks provided. If you change a word,cross it out and write the correct word in the corresponding blank. If you add a word, put an insertion mark(∧)in the right place and write the missing word in the blank. If you delete a word, cross it out and put a slash() in the blank.  Example:  Television is rapidly becoming the literature of our periods. 1.timetimesperiod  Many of the arguments having used the study of literature .  as a school subject are valid ∧study of television. 3.the  注意:此部分试题在答题卡上;请在答题卡上作答  Part VI Translation (5 minutes)  注意:此部分试题请在答题卡上作答  7. We were inmed that president of that university ________________.(将于次日接见我们)  73. It pained the headmaster to _________________________.(发现学生人数不断减少)  7. Checks are becoming more popular and will in a short while____________________. (代替现金作为人们结账的一种方式)  75. The local government had to take some emergency measures ____________________. (以便渡过目前的危机)  76. After her husband died, she had to _____________________________________. (挑起抚养孩子的经济重担) 六级考试 模拟试题 大学英语

四六级资讯 年暑期英语四级听力提高五大招数 -- 3:19:6 来源: 第一招:相关保留原则当选项中有两项表达意思相近时,那么正确必在这两项之中!这时只需稍微听一听对话,即可知,如果出现了双重相关,便可直接确认正确选项,只需听完对话加之认一下即可!典型例题:. A) Visiting the Browning B) Writing a postcard C) Looking a postcard D) Filling in a m例题分析:B、C两项均含有 a poscard ,B、D两项均含有写.之意,即B、C和B、D构成双重相关,即可得出B为正确选项! 本题听力原文:. M: What's the matter You've been sitting there ages, just staring into space W: I told the Browning I'd send them a postcard. Now I don't know what to say Q: What's the woman doing第二招:异项保留原则当选项中出现有意思明显相反的两项时,那么正确必在此二项中出现!如果出现双重异项,那么即可判断出正确,异项保留原则在六级考试听力短对话中应用广泛!典型例题:6. A) She can’t finish her assignment, either B) She can’t afd a computer right now C) The man can use her computerD) The man should buy a computer right away例题分析:A、B异项,A项的意思是她现在有电脑,B项的意思则是她现在没有电脑B、D异项,B是说女方无电脑,而D是说男方无电脑,男女也是一种反意关系所以根据双重异项原则可确定正确为B项! 本题听力原文:6. M: I'm frustrated. We're supposed to do our assignment on the computer, but I have difficulty getting access to the computers in the libraryW: I understand the way you feel. I'm looking ward to the day when I can afd to get my ownQ: What does the woman mean第三招:女士保留原则做题做多了,我们应该了解西方人的思维方式,当对话中出现女士的建议和要求时,我们一定要注意,这时女士说出来的话很可能就是正确选项的异意!因为女士经常以女神的形象出面,她们代表的是美好、正面、阳光的信息!典型例题:9. A) The man should stick to what he’s doing B) The man should take up a new hobby C) The man should stop playing tennisD) The man should find the cause his failure 例题分析:通过选项我们可以分析出男人做一些事情遇到了困难,这时一位女人出来安慰男人,根据女神原则可知女人一定会让男人坚持把这件事情做下去,而不要放弃,这样的题型太多了,所以可呈现出一定的规律性!本题听力原文:9. M: I think I'm going to give up playing tennis. I lost again today W: Just because you lost It that the reason to quit Q: What does the woman imply第四招:概括、抽象保留原则 当选项中出现比较概括、抽象的句子时,这时我们就要把表述事实的、具体的句子划掉,而去选择表概、抽象、比较性的句子!此原则可衍生出一个包含取大的原则,在作题时应用也是十分的广泛,一般当两个选项的意思接近时,表述比较全面的一般为正确选项!典型例题:7. A) The visiting economist has given several lecturesB) The guest lecturer’s opinion is different from Dr. Johnson’s C) Dr. Johnson and the guest speaker were schoolmates D) Dr. Johnson invited the economist to visit their college例题分析:A、C、D均为表述事实的句子,只有B项为对比、比较的句子,较之A、C、D项更为抽象的表述了一件事情,所以B项为正确选项! 本题听力原文:7. M: The visiting economist is speaking tonight, but Dr. Johnson doesn't seem to think much of himW: That's because Dr. Johnson comes from an entirely different school of thought Q: What do we learn from the woman's remark第五招:态度和虚拟保留原则这两种方法一般无单独命题的规律性,只是作为上述四种宏观方法的辅助方法出现,当只剩下两个选项时,通常正态度的选项容易是正确,表虚拟的选项更容易是正确! 英语四级 招数 听力

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