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中国奥委会2019年第33届奥林匹不日活触动遵义·汇川站展触动

单位:火影忍者顺手游:长门拥有没拥有拥有阅世当晓布匹局的父老亲?晓蛇丸乐出产了音

2019年11月22日 20:47


  How Big Is the Amazon River?
  The River Amazon is the second longest river in the world, and the largest in terms of the volume of water it carries to the sea, the area of land that drains into it and the number of tributaries[支流]. The Amazon and its tributaries flow through Peru, Bolivia, Venezuela, Colombia, Ecuador and Brazil before emptying into the Atlantic Ocean. The huge watershed[分水岭] includes the largest tropical rainforest in the world as well as areas of dry grassland, or savannah[大草原].
   How did the Amazon get to be so big?
  The first reason has to do with its location right on the equator[赤道]. Around the-elt line of the Earth lies a warm, tropical zone where over 1016 centimeters of rain falls every year. That averages out to more than three centimeters of rain, every day! The sheer[完全的] volume of rain in the Amazon jungle, as well as the slope[斜坡] of the surrounding land, combine to create the enormous[巨大的] river known as the Amazon.
  
  亚ma孙河有多大?
   亚马孙河的長度zaishi界上处于第二位,其入海水liang、流域面积以及支流数目均居世界首位。亚马孙河及其支流流经秘鲁、玻利维亚、委内瑞拉、哥伦比亚、厄瓜多尔和巴西,然后流入大西洋。其巨大的分水岭包括世界上最大的热带雨林以及干草原,即南美大草原。 亚马孙河为什么如此之大?
  原因yi是其位置——亚马孙河坐落在赤道之上。在地球这条“腰带”上有一个温暖的热带区,年降雨量超过1016厘米,平均每天就会有3厘米以上的降雨!亚马孙森林的全部雨量与森林附近的坡地合起来就构成了巨大的河流,那就是闻名遐迩的亚马孙河。


  (yi)
  Last Sunday I saw the worst storm in years. It came
  sudden and went on for over three hours. After lunch, I 1. _____
  went into my room to have a rest. The air was hotter, and 2. _____
  all is quiet. Then a strong wind started to blow into my 3. _____
  room. Pieces of paper on my desk flew high into the air 4. _____
  and some flew out the open window. As I ran out to catch 5. _____
  them, big drop of rain began to fall. When I came back 6. _____
  into house, it was raining harder and harder. I tried 7. _____
  very hard to close the window. Then I heard a loudly 8. _____
  crashing[pengzhuang的]sound from the back of the house. When I ran 9. _____
  out to find that a big tree had fallen down and broke the10. _____
  top of the back room.
  (er)
  I have been planning to join in our college basketball team1. ______
  next year, so now I am spending as more time as I can2. ______
  with other people who likes to play. They are teaching3. ______
  me the most important rules and technologies of the game,4. ______
  and I am getting the better all the time. We have a5. ______
  neighborhood team that play against other teams in the area.6. ______
  One of my neighbors is helping rest of us7. ______
  improved our skills. Tonight we are playing against8. ______
  one of the best teams in the city, and I think we can9. ______
  beat them if we won’t make any mistakes. 10. _____
  (三)
  Fang Tong is 34 years old, an actor, director and teacher of
  Beijing Opera Theatre. Most of his students are from other part of 1. ______
  China and have come to Beijing at a very young age of sixteen 2. ______
  or seventeen. He hopes create an environment for his students3. ______
  that it is much more relaxing than the one he used to 4. ______
  study in. He thought that an actor should relax himself when 5. ______
  performing. Yet his students deep respect him and he 6. ______
  never needs to raise his voice in order to be hearing. 7. ______
  For his opinion, actors should go on even when they 8. ______
  feel they have made a mistake in their performances 9. ______单位
  (yi)
  
   Stacy had recently moved from New York City to Stoneybrook, Connecticut. It was ___1___ for her to make new friends but she finally had three when she joined the Babysitters Club to ___2___ little children whose parents were busy. Claudia, Kristy, and Mary were in her class at school and also the other ___3___ of the club. The girls met at five o’clock on Fridays and waited for the ___4___ to ring. So far they had been busy, in spite of the ___5___ that they couldn’t stay out late and were under 13.
  ___6___, the girls’ world was invaded by a second group ___7___ themselves the Babysitters Agency. They were ___8___ and the group also included a few boys. The Babysitters Club tried to think of ways to ___9___ with the older group. They could clean and work for less money, however, they ___10___ it would be difficult to compete. The shock was even greater than they had ___11___ when most of their best customers started to call the new group. They ___12___ to get only a few jobs.
   To try a new ___13___ Kristy recruited a few older kids who told the club they didn’t want to ___14___ their money with the other group. The club ___15___ only too quickly that these older girls joined only as spies and didn’t ___16___ for their job assignments. Thus, more parents were ___17___ with the club.
   Finally, the girls realized that the ___18___ in the other group were not good babysitters. They watched television, talked on the phone, and invited boyfriends to the house ___19___ they were sitting. When the children of the families started to ___20___, and a near accident almost occurred, the club went to the parents to tell them what was happening.
  
  1. A. activeB. thoughtfulC. easyD. hard
  2. A. take care of B. run into C. go throughD. take advantage of
  3. A. childrenB. members C. circles D. players
  4. A. alarmB. traffic C. phoneD.neighbor
  5. A. fact B. degree C. questionD. demand
  6. A. ThereforeB. SuddenlyC. RergularlyD. Unwillingly
  7. A. attracting B. finding C. callingD. matching
  8. A. younger B. cleverer C. taller D. older
  9. A. competeB. fight C. do D. meet
  10. A. heard B. knew C. promised D. shot
  11. A. damaged B. caughtC. expected D. forced
  12. A. hoped B. likedC. refusedD. seemed
  13. A. chanceB. possibility C. power D. policy
  14. A. share B. give C. provideD. mark
  15. A. put downB. paid offC. found out D. come through
  16. A. check upB. end up C. look up D. show up
  17. A. satisfied B. unhappyC. curiousD. helpful
  18. A. kids B. adults C. systems D. situations
  19. A. that B. when C. whereD. how

我真不明白,我zhishi想得到那些美味,为什么会遭来这么多麻烦?在我眼里,那亲爱的zhu人jiu像我的爸爸妈妈一样,对我是那么好,可为什么我想想他们展示我的本领时,大家都这样对我?

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  In our subconscious minds, there is always a perfect vision in which we see ourselves on a long, long journey that almost spans the entire continent. We’re traveling by passenger train and, from the windows, we drink in the passing scene of cars on nearby highways, of children waving at crossings, of cattle grazing in distant hillsides, of smoke pouring from power plants, of row upon row of cotton and corn and wheat, of flatlands and valleys, of mountains and rolling hills, of city skylines and village halls.
  But our minds are always focused on the final destination—for at a certain hour and on a given day, our train will finally pull into the station with bells ringing, flags waving, and bands playing. And once we get there, so many wonderful dreams will come true. So many wishes will be fulfilled and so many pieces of our lives finally will be neatly fitted together like a completed jigsaw puzzle. So restlessly, we pace the aisles and count the miles, peering ahead, waiting, waiting, waiting for the station.
  “Yes, when we reach the station, that will be it!” We promise ourselves. “When I’m 18, that will be it! When I buy a new Mercedes Benz, that will be it! When I put the last kid through college, that will be it! When I have paid off the mortgage, that will be it! When I win a promotion, that will be it! When I reach the age of retirement, that will be it!”
  From that day on we will all live happily ever after.
  Unfortunately, once we get it, then it disappears. The station somehow hides itself at the end of an endless track.
  Sooner or later, we must realize there is no station in this life, no one earthly place to arrive at once and for all. The journey is the joy. The station is an illusion—it always outdistances us. Yesterday’s a memory, tomorrow’s a dream. Yesterday’s a fading sunset, tomorrow’s a faint suise. Only today is there light enough to love and live.
  So, gently close the door on yesterday and then throw the key away. It isn’t the burdens of today that drive men mad, but rather the regret over yesterday and the fear of tomorrow. Regret and fear are twin thieves who would rob us of today.
  So stop pacing the aisles and counting the miles. Instead, swim more rivers, climb more mountains, kiss more babies, count more stars. Laugh more and cry less. Go barefoot oftener. Eat more ice cream. Ride more merry-go-rounds. Watch more sunsets. Life must be lived as we go along. The station will come soon enough.

单位:打宗到来弹奏邑弹奏不住,还玷垢骂队友老婆,对打就对打,匪要打个球暖和身

我的眼睛渐渐的清xi了,看jian一个nv孩和男生bian论,她bian说边流lei:“它虽然小,可是也是生命呀!”随之,她将我抱起来,快步离开了现场。

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  尽管经历了东欧剧变,东欧各国正以前所未有的速度向前发展。让我们一起前往bo兰和捷克两国,了jie当地的人文历shi,领略魅力无穷的东欧风qing吧!
  
  For centuries, Poland has been a bridge between Western and Eastern Europe. Set in the heart of Europe, Poland is a multi-faceted country where the capital Warsaw and medieval towns attract contemporary city slickers; and where horse-drawn carts pass through country lanes, untouched by the progress of the country. Poland is roughly square. It’s bordered by the Baltic Sea to the northwest, by Germany to the west, the Czech and Slovak republics to the south and Ukraine, Belarus, Lithuania and Russia to the east. The flat central belt is the main agricultural area, watered by Poland’s longest river, the Vistula. Like all Poland’s rivers, it runs towards the north, draining into the Baltic Sea.
   Over the past decade, Poland has developed into a modern, vibrant and progressive country. Yet at the same time it maintains its traditional culture. There are two major cities in Poland you should know about Krakòw and Warsaw. As the royal capital for half a millennium, Krakòw absorbed more of Poland’s history than any other city in the country. As Poland’s most popular tourist destination, as well as an architectural and cultural gem, the city came through WWII unscathed. It has retained a wealth of old architecture from different periods. The tallest structures dominating Krakòw’s skyline are the spires of old churches. Krakòw is a city alive with character and soul. During July every year, there are numerous festivals held in Krakòw, everything from street theatre to jazz.
   Emerging like a phoenix from the ashes of WWII, Warsaw is essentially a postwar city. Its handful of historic areas have been meticulously reconstructed, but most of its urban landscape is modern. With an intriguing mix of old and new, the capital of Poland grows by leaps and bounds. Warsaw has turned into a thrilling busy city. The Royal Castle in Warsaw was the seat of kings from the 17th century on. Totally destroyed during WWII, the castle was restored to its former beauty during the 1970’s. Now, it is open to the public as a splendid museum.
   Another museum worthy of mentioning is the war-related Auschwitz Museum. Auschwitz needs no introduction. The museum is a fitting testament to one of humanity’s most deplorable atrocities. Photography is permitted. There’s a small charge to see the 15-minute documentary shown in the Auschwitz cinema. It definitely reminds you of the Polish Jews, whose presence died due to the Hitlerite Holocaust.
   Over the centuries, Polish kings and magnates erected numerous defensive castles and stately palaces. Turbulent history has reduced many of them into piles of rubble. Some of them, however, have been spared and today carefully restored enchant us with their beauty.
   Situated in the south of Poland’s harbor city Gdansk, Malbork Castle is reputedly Europe’s largest Gothic castle. It’s one of Poland’s oldest and a splendid example of a classic medieval fortress, with multiple defensive walls, a labyrinth of rooms and chambers and some exquisite architectural detail. In 1997, the castle was included on UNESCO’s World Heritage list. Polish towns reflect the whole spectrum of European styles. Poland’s eastern frontiers mark the boundary of the influences of western architecture on the continent. Still today, you can see well-preserved Medieval, Gothic and Renaissance towns some renowned as the most beautiful in Europe.


  In our subconscious minds, there is always a perfect vision in which we see ourselves on a long, long journey that almost spans the entire continent. We’re traveling by passenger train and, from the windows, we drink in the passing scene of cars on nearby highways, of children waving at crossings, of cattle grazing in distant hillsides, of smoke pouring from power plants, of row upon row of cotton and corn and wheat, of flatlands and valleys, of mountains and rolling hills, of city skylines and village halls.
  But our minds are always focused on the final destination—for at a certain hour and on a given day, our train will finally pull into the station with bells ringing, flags waving, and bands playing. And once we get there, so many wonderful dreams will come true. So many wishes will be fulfilled and so many pieces of our lives finally will be neatly fitted together like a completed jigsaw puzzle. So restlessly, we pace the aisles and count the miles, peering ahead, waiting, waiting, waiting for the station.
  “Yes, when we reach the station, that will be it!” We promise ourselves. “When I’m 18, that will be it! When I buy a new Mercedes Benz, that will be it! When I put the last kid through college, that will be it! When I have paid off the mortgage, that will be it! When I win a promotion, that will be it! When I reach the age of retirement, that will be it!”
  From that day on we will all live happily ever after.
  Unfortunately, once we get it, then it disappears. The station somehow hides itself at the end of an endless track.
  Sooner or later, we must realize there is no station in this life, no one earthly place to arrive at once and for all. The journey is the joy. The station is an illusion—it always outdistances us. Yesterday’s a memory, tomorrow’s a dream. Yesterday’s a fading sunset, tomorrow’s a faint suise. Only today is there light enough to love and live.
  So, gently close the door on yesterday and then throw the key away. It isn’t the burdens of today that drive men mad, but rather the regret over yesterday and the fear of tomorrow. Regret and fear are twin thieves who would rob us of today.
  So stop pacing the aisles and counting the miles. Instead, swim more rivers, climb more mountains, kiss more babies, count more stars. Laugh more and cry less. Go barefoot oftener. Eat more ice cream. Ride more merry-go-rounds. Watch more sunsets. Life must be lived as we go along. The station will come soon enough.单位
  In the early 2010, the State Council [国务院] appointed[任命] Fu Ying, Chinese ambassador [大使] to Britain, as deputy foreign minister [外交部副部长]. As a result, Fu Ying becomes the second female deputy minister of China’s Foreign Ministry [中国外交部] in history. The former female minister is Wang Hairong. That was nearly half a century ago.
   Fu Ying is 57 years old now. She is Mongolian. She graduated from English Department of Beijing Foreign Language Studies University. And then she became a postgraduate [硕士] in University of Kent of Britain. Her major was International Relations. She used to be Chinese ambassador to the Philippines, Australia, Britain and other countries.
   As a diplomat, Fu Ying is unique. She is the first woman ambassador of Chinese ethnic minority. As a diplomat, Fu Ying has received the professional education [专业教育] and she has the complete qualification. It is the peak period [颠峰期] for her to work.
   Fu Ying likes reading, arts and sport, such as golf and tennis. Her husband, Hao Shiyuan, is an ethnologist [民族学家]. They have a daughter.
   As a woman, Fu Ying can stand out [脱颖而出] in the diplomatic area, because she is full of various talents[才能]. Although Fu Ying used to be Chinese ambassador to the Philippines and Australia, she came into our sight when she became Chinese ambassador to Great Britain.
   Especially in 2008, when some “Tibetan Separatists [藏独分子]” flooded into [冲进] Embassy of China in England and interfered [干扰] with the Beijing Olympic Games torch’s relay in London, Fu Ying went to different parts of UK to deliver speeches [发表演讲] and articles [文章]. She used her words to let people know the truth of such incident in Lasa. Her calmness [镇静] and extraordinary performance won admiration from the public.
   For example, Fu Ying has said, “it is time for the west to know more about China”, “The western media can criticize China, but they should base their criticism on facts.” All these vivid words contain her love for China and have made the west admire her.
   What Fu Ying has said seems simple, but has expressed her wish that the world could develop in a peaceful and harmonious way.
  
  在2010年伊始,国务院任命驻英国大使傅莹担任外交部副部长一职。you此,傅莹成为中国外交部历史上第二名女性副部长。外交部首任女部长是王海容,不过那几乎是半个世纪之前的事情了。
   现年57岁的傅莹,是蒙古族人,北京外国语大学英语系毕业,英国肯特大学国际关系硕士研究生,曾任中国驻菲律宾、澳大利亚、英国等国大使。
   作为一名外交家,傅莹是与众不同的。她是中国第一位shao数民族女大使。作为一名外交官,傅莹可以说是科班出身、资历完备,正是人生干事创业的颠峰时期。
   傅莹爱好阅读、艺术,喜欢体育运动,打高尔夫和网球。丈夫郝时远是民族学家。他们有一女儿。
   在人才济济的中国外交战线上,傅莹作为女性能脱颖而出,自有其过人之处。尽管傅莹曾担任过中国驻菲律宾、澳大利亚大使,但其进入国人的视野还是在驻英国大使任上。
   尤其是面对2008年,“藏独”分子冲进中国驻英使馆、干扰北京奥运火炬在伦敦传递的逆xing,傅莹大使积极奔走英国各jie发表演讲和文章,用自己的hua揭露拉萨3.14真相、有效反击了“藏独”势力的暴行。其沉着镇静、不同凡响的表现,令人刮目相看。
   譬如,傅莹所说的“西方是时候更多地了解中国了。”“西方媒体可以批评中国,但至少要言之有据。”这些生动的话语,柔中有刚,蕴涵浓浓爱国情怀,令西方折服。
   傅莹所说的看似简单,但其实都反映出作为一名外交家的心愿——这个世界能够和平和谐地发展。

单位:湖人又当着好音耗!力压哈哈登库里之人毛遂己荐,己触动央寻求辅弼詹姆斯

养蚕可不是yi件rong易的事qing,如果不留心观察,蚕bao宝的奇te之处是hen难发现的呢!

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伺候,我总是hui回想起那xie男生与那个nv孩,心中,总会有一些不解。为shi么同样都是人类爱却没有同时在两者内心?

单位:银监会提出产银行业“什叁五”互联网+、父亲数据、云计算展开框架

现在de努力不就是为了将来有更多的选择吗?读好小学再读好初zhong,读好初中再读好高中,读好高中再读好大学,读好大学再努力工作,难道不就是这yang吗?循环着,一代一代……躺在床上,望着伸手不见五指的四周,想着,为什么而学习?可能是为了长大以后能够更好地孝敬父母吧。

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