1．What can be inferred from the conversation?
A．The bus drivers seldom go on strike in England．
B．The bus drivers this time ask for different things．
C．The bus drivers this time again ask for less work and more pay．
2．Which group does the man work with?
A．Group A． B．Group B． C．Group C．
3．Why cant the woman go to the concert?
A．She has to work． B．She has no interest． C．She has to buy glasses．
4．When will the woman probably visit the mans class?
A．Tomorrow morning． B．Tomorrow afternoon． C．The day after tomorrow．
5．How does GPS operate?
A．Through the wire． B．Through the satellites． C．Through the Internet．
6．What is the mans advantage for the job according to himself?
A．He majored in communicating．
B．He is good at making friends．
C．He has some experience．
7．What is the man’s biggest weakness according to himself?
A．He likes working very much．
B．He is a little bit careless．
C．He is a little bit slow．
8．How old probably is the man?
A．78． B．75． C．72．
9．Why does the woman come here?
A．To meet her old neighbor．
B．To meet her client．
C．To look for her new office．
10．Where is the new office complex?
A．Next to a flower shop． B．Behind a bakers． C．Next to baker’s．
11．What kind of Americans like to wear Italian-style clothes?
A．Fat women． B．Career women． C．Rich Women．
12．According to the man, how can Italian fashions become more popular?
A．If they are made more comfortable．
B．If they are made more practical．
C．If their prices are reduced．
13．In which country does this conversation probably happen?
A．The United States． B．Italy． C．We don’t know．
14．What are the speakers talking about?
A．Stories． B．Pictures． C．Friends．
15．Why does the woman think it stressful to go to the dentist?
A．It hurts． B．It is embarrassing． C．It is out of control．
16．What does the man think is the most stressful?
A．Moving to a new place． B．Having an exam． C．Being late．
17．What does the woman think of having an interview?
A．Enjoyable． B．Stressful． C．Challenging．
18．How does a rabbit tell other rabbits the coming danger it meets?
A．It runs up and down．
B．It makes noises．
C．Its tail moves up and down．
19．How does a bee tell other bees where the food is?
A．By talking to each other．
B．By dancing a little dance．
C．By touching each other．
20．Whats special about human beings?
A．Having words with meanings．
21．Jobs once described his __________ as trying to make products that were at “the intersection（交集） of art and technology”．
22．The class is discussing a newspaper editorial that _________ citizens to help reduce the noise and air pollution in the city．
A．urges B．promises C．demands D．orders
23．More than 100 tons of “gutter oil” （地沟油） was _________ and 32 people have been arrested．
A．caught B．grabbed C．seized D．snatched
24．When she was in the city she was a __________ visitor to that museum．
A．common B．frequent C．regular D．ordinary
25．The murderer is _________ to be sentenced to life imprisonment．
A．alike B．probable C．likely D．possible
26．Tom always says it hasn’t been easy to ___________ getting up so early in winter．
A．keep with B．live with C．stay with D．meet with
27．Today’s a red-letter day, which will __________ as the greatest day in my life．
A．live out B．speak out C．stand out D．give out
28．Yin used her interest in the teenage wizard to set up a "Harry Potter Club" at her university, _________ attracting over 400 members and introducing her to a whole new circle of friends．
29．A large crowd surrounding the vehicle, on top of which was Gaddafis bloodied body, jumped and sang, "The blood of the martyrs（烈士） will not go __________．"
A．in total B．in vain C．in return D．in reality
30．The Chinese government is willing to work with other countries to adopt more effective measures in order to realize the goals of gender__________, womens empowerment（自主）and building a harmonious world．
A．equality B．quantity C．quality D．hostility
Last weekend, my kids along with few other kids from the neighborhood volunteered to help me wash my car．My 10-year-old daughter came up with the idea of 31 other people’s cars as well．It was pretty 32 outside and I had no plans to 33 being in the bright sun．She 34 wanted to give lemonade（柠檬汽水）to passers-by for free．I had seen little kids 35 and sell fresh lemonade for a small cost but not free．Although I felt 36 , I decided to help her．
37 she asked me, “What if we 38 this a smile car wash?” I couldn’t hold back my tears and 39 her and the other kids to go outside the house and come up with 40 ideas．While I kept myself busy in drying the car, the gang walked up to me with a（n） 41 with beautiful images of smiles．They had “Free Car Wash” written on it and the 42 of their exercise was “smile”．It was pretty neat to see a team of kids ranging 5-11 years with the 43 to do something for others．
All that seemed 44 and came right from their heart．Nothing seemed to 45 to them: their playtime, the heat outside—they just wanted to 46 others and do something nice in the community!
I helped them make some fresh lemonade and brought out some additional 47 to help clean cars．Passers-by were 48 and one even shouted back to them saying “God Bless You, my kids…” One of them even tried giving them 5 dollars, which they refused．A pretty heartwarming 49 !
I feel blessed by being 50 by such wonderful and loving souls．
31．A．drying B．repairing C．washing D．decorating
32．A．quiet B．hot C．different D．dirty
33．A．suggest B．avoid C．continue D．practise
34．A．further B．therefore C．already D．hardly
35．A．choose B．enjoy C．buy D．serve
36．A．worried B．popular C．confused D．difficult
37．A．Finally B．Simply C．Then D．Luckily
38．A．show B．leave C．make D．order
39．A．challenged B．expected C．invited D．encouraged
40．A．creative B．ready C．changed D．familiar
41．A．board B．picture C．idea D．car
42．A．purpose B．trouble C．secret D．theme
43．A．need B．duty C．imagination D．sense
44．A．important B．disappointing C．hopeful D．natural
45．A．matter B．mean C．belong D．refer
46．A．relax B．try C．help D．smile
47．A．food B．rags C．money D．fruit
48．A．interested B．amazed C．bored D．frightened
49．A．scene B．scenery C．story D．view
50．A．supported B．understood C．refused D．surrounded
While watching the Olympics the other night, I came across an unbelievable sight．It was not a gold medal, or a world record broken, but a show of courage．
The event was swimming and started with only three men on the blocks．For one reason or another, two of them false started, so they were disqualified．That left only one to complete．It would have been difficult enough, not having anyone to race against, even though the time on the clock is important．
I watched the man dive off the block and knew right away that something was wrong．Im not an expert swimmer, but I can tell a good dive from a poor one, and this was not exactly medal quality．When he resurfaced, it was evident that the man was not out for gold — his arms were waving in an attempt at freestyle．The crowd started to laugh．Clearly this man was not a medal competitor．
I listened to the crowd begin to laugh at this poor man who was clearly having a hard time．Finally he made his turn to start back．It was pitiful．He made a few desperate strokes and you could tell he was worn out．
But in those few awful strokes, the crowd had changed．
No longer were they laughing, but beginning to cheer．Some even began to stand and shout “Come on, you can do it!” and he did．
A clear minute past the average swimmer, this young man finally finished his race．The crowd went wild．You would have thought that he had won the gold, and he should have．Even though he recorded one of the slowest times in Olympic history, this man gave more heart than any of the other competitors．
Just a short year ago, he had never even swum, let alone race．His country had been invited to Sydney．
In a competition where athletes remove their silver medals feeling they have somehow been cheated out of gold, or when they act so proudly in front of their competitors, it is nice to watch an underdog．
51．From the passage we can learn that the young man ________．
A．made his turn to start back pitifully B．was skillful in freestyle in the game
C．swam faster than the average swimmer D．was not capable enough to win the medal
52．The crowd changed their attitudes because ________．
A．they felt sorry for the young man B．they were moved by the young man
C．they wanted to show their sympathy D．they meant to please the young man
53．According to the passage, “it is nice to watch an underdog” probably means ________．
A．it’s amusing to watch a man with awful swimming skills
B．it’s amazing to watch an ordinary man challenging himself
C．it’s cheerful for athletes to act proudly before their competitors
D．it’s brave enough for some athletes to remove the silver medals
54．What’s the best title for the passage?
A．Compete for Gold! B．Try again!
C．Break a Record! D．Go for it!
Shakespeare, more perhaps than any other writer, made full use of the greatest resources of the English Language．Most of us use about five thousand words in our normal employment of English; Shakespeare in his works used about twenty-five thousand! There is probably no better way for a foreigner to appreciate the richness and variety of the English language than by studying the various ways in which Shakespeare uses it．Such a study is well worth the effort, even though some aspects of English usage, and the meaning of many words, have changed since Shakespeare’s day．
However, it is surprising that we should know comparatively little about the life of the greatest English author．We know that Shakespeare was born in 1564 in Stratford-on-Avon, and that he died there in 1616．He almost certainly attended the Grammer School in the town,but of this we cannot be sure．We know he was married there in 1582 to Anne Hathaway and that he had three children．We know that he spent much of his life in London writing his masterpieces．But this is almost all that we do know．
However, what is important about Shakespeare’s life is not its incidental details but its products, the plays and the poems．For many years scholars have been trying to add a few facts about Shakespeare’s life to the small number we already possess and for an equally long time critics have been theorizing about the plays．Sometimes, indeed, it seems that the poetry of Shakespeare will disappear under the great mass of comment that has been written upon it．
Fortunately this is not likely to happen．Shakespeare’s people have long delighted not just the English but lovers of literature everywhere, and will continue to do so after the scholars and critics and all their works have been forgotten．
55．This passage is about ．
A．the great length of each chapter
B．the great varieties in writing styles
C．the richness of the content in Shakespeare’s works
D．the rich English language used by Shakespeare in his works
56．According to the writer,which of the following remains uncertain about Shakespeare?
A．His date of birth． B．His marriage．
C．His life in the Grammer School． D．His date of death．
57．It can be inferred from Para 3 that ．
A．not all the comments on Shakespeare’s works have produced good effects
B．scholars have successfully collected facts about Shakespeare’s life
C．critics are more interested in Shakespeare’s play than his poetry
D．the details of Shakespeare’s life are more important than his literary works
58．What does the last sentence in Para 3 mean ?
A．People don’t think the poetry of Shakespeare good any more．
B．People pay more attention to the comment than the poetry of Shakespeare．
C．People can’t see the poetry of Shakespeare any more．
D．The comment is printed on the poetry of Shakespeare．
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Tonight’s TV Hot List: Sunday January 31, 2010
Grammy Awards 8/7c CBS
Beyoncé and Taylor Swift are ready to take home a lot of hardware tonight as they lead all artists with 10 and eight nominations．The ladies also perform, along with fellow Album of the Year nominees the Black Eyed Peas, Lady Gaga and the Dave Matthews Band．In addition, Bon Jovi, Green Day, Lady Antebellum, Maxwell, Pink and Zac Brown Band will also take the stage．But perhaps the most expected moment is the Michael Jackson tribute（吊唁礼物）, which features the 3-D mini-movie "Earth Song" and will be highlighted by performers Celine Dion, Jennifer Hudson, Smokey Robinson, Carrie Underwood and Usher．
Maurer 9/8c NBC
A mysterious company named Sabre, headed by an attractive, stubborn CEO （Kathy Bates）, appears out of nowhere and buys out（买断股份） Dunder Mifflin．As Michael is unwilling to follow Sabres new policies, Andy and Erin write a welcome song to greet the company．Meanwhile, Pam and Jim hope to get accepted into a desired local day-care center．
Surviving Survivor 8/7c CBS
Its hard to believe its been 10 years since the first season of Survivor．But tonight ten of the games most iconic players, including previous winners Richard Hatch, Parvati Shallow and Tom Westman, discuss the series in detail and provide insights into how the game is actually played and the impact its had on their lives．In addition, updates on beloved former castaways, like Ethan Zohn, Rupert Boneham and Elisabeth Hasselbeck, are given．
Private Practice 10:01/9:01c ABC
So Mayas pregnant and wants to have the baby．What to do now? Dink （Stephen Lunsford）, the boy who did his part to get her into this mess, has a solution: He wants to marry her．You can imagine how Sam and Naomi will feel about that．And if that wont raise the histrionic level enough for you, how about this: A couple has two dying daughters, and only one can be saved．Their choice．And Brian Benben is back, so expect more Pete-Violet- Sheldon angst．
59．Edna is crazy about pop stars, so she will most likely choose __________ to enjoy．
A．Grammy Awards B．Maurer
C．Surviving Survivor D．Private Practice
60．From the passage, we can learn that Dunder Mifflin is __________．
A．a CEO B．a company
C．an employee in the company D．a piece of office equipment
61．According to the passage, Surviving Survivor is most probably __________．
A．a musical play B．a game show
C．a love story D．a cultural documentary
62．The above programs __________．
A．are loved by all viewers B．are on the top list for the week
C．are broadcast on the same channel D．are accessible on the same night
On the west side of the island of Manhattan in New York City, tree by tree, leaf by leaf, a 2,500 square foot sector of the Central African Republics Dzanga Ndoki Rainforest has been transported to, or recreated at, the American Museum of Natural Historys new hall of biodiversity．When the hall opens this May, visitors will visit one of the worlds biggest and most accurate reproductions of one of natures most threatened creations．
To bring the rainforest to New York, a team of nearly two dozen scientists—the largest collecting expedition the museum has ever organised for an exhibit—spent five weeks in the African rainforest collecting soil, plants, and leaves; recording and documenting species; studying trees; shooting videotape and still photos; and interviewing local people．“This area has been explored very little”, says Hoel Cracraft who estimates that the museum will eventually collect 150 to 180 mammals, more than 300 species of birds, hundreds of butterflies, and hundreds of thousands, if not millions, of organisms．The exhibition may even have produced a special prize—scientists suspect they have uncovered several new species．
To give the forest a sense of realness, the back wall of the exhibit is an enormous video screen, sounds will come out from hidden speakers, and plans even call for forest smells．Computer controls will vary the effects so that no two walkthroughs will ever be exactly the same．
After the team returned to New York, the forest was reproduced with the help of the computer．Computer modeling programmes plotted distances and special relationships．Artists studied photos and brought what they saw to life．Plaster trees were made．Recreated animals began to stand in the rainforest of the hall．Flying creatures will hang from the ceiling．The light in the forest one of the exhibits cleverest recreations will seem real．Long tube lights will have the correct colour and temperature to produce a natural effect．The plants and animals exhibited throughout the hall exist naturally in a perfect balance remove one, and the whole is imperfect if not endangered．The exhibit is proof to the hope that the worlds rainforests will never exist solely as a carefully preserved artifact．
63．What is this passage mainly about?
A．The history of the American Museum of Natural History．
B．The reproduction of the rainforest at a New York museum．
C．Visitors interest in the rainforest reproduction at a New York museum．
D．Saving rainforests in the Central African Republic．
64．How did the museum collect the data in the Central African Republic?
A．It sent a large team of scientists there．
B．It cooperated with many African scientists．
C．It recruited local people to collect mammals, etc．
D．It sent cameramen to shoot videotapes．
65．To give the forest a sense of realness, all the following are used EXCEPT that _______．
A．hidden loudspeakers are used to produce forest sound．
B．a huge video screen is put up on the back wall．
C．special equipment is employed to produce forest smells．
D．the forest is surrounded by front and back walls．
66．What is the main theme of the last paragraph?
A．The layout of the rainforest exhibition．
B．The balance between animals and plants．
C．The clever design of lighting．
D．Preservation of the rainforest exhibition as an artifact．
In Canada and the United States, there is a new group of children called “satellite kids”, who live in one place but whose parents live in another place．
Asians are immigrating to Canada and the United States in larger numbers than ever before．Most Asians immigrate because they believe that they can give their children a better education in the West．In Asia, especially in China, Japan, and Korea, it is difficult to go to university．Students must first pass the strict national examination．However, in Canada and the United States, it is easy to go to university, and anyone who wants to go can go．As a result, Asian parents decide to leave their countries so that their children can go to university．
The problem is that when Asians arrive, they discover that finding a job and making money are more difficult in the West than in the East．Also, they find that they are very lonely, and that they miss their homes．Because of these two reasons, most Asian parents decide to go back to work while their children study in the West．Therefore, these children become “satellite kids”, and most of their parents do not know how sad it is to be a “satellite kid”．
Only until now are Canadians and Americans discovering the “satellite kid” problem．Because these children do not speak English and because their parents are not there to take care of them, they are often absent from school．To be a “satellite kid” means to grow up in a country where you know you are different and where you cannot make friends because you do not speak English well．Also, it means to grow up lonely, because your parents are elsewhere．What these “satellite kids” will probably say to their parents is that it’s better to have parents around than to have a university education．
67．Some Asian parents send their kids abroad because ________．
A．they hope their children may easily find a job there
B．the kids may not be accepted by universities in their own countries
C．all foreign universities are better than the ones in their own countries
D．the kids want to improve their English and make foreign friends
68．“Satellite kids” refer to Asian kids ________．
A．without patents B．living abroad alone
C．with university education D．speaking no English
69．Some Asian immigrant children become “satellite kids” because their parents ________．
A．want to leave their own country B．want them to go to university
C．return to their countries to work D．want them to be independent
70．What is the main idea of the passage?
A．Parents want better education for their kids．
B．Parents feel lonely and miss their families．
C．Canadians and Americans begin to notice the “satellite kids” problem．
D．Kids in foreign countries alone are badly in need of care from family．
71．I __________________________（将不胜感激） if you can change your plan a little bit to make it more workable．（appreciate）
72．___________________________（时间允许的话）, I will come over to see you two．（permit）
73．Please don’t ___________________（生气） if you don’t get a good treatment here．（offence）
74．Farm produce prices in China fell in the week ending Oct．16 __________________________（和上一周比较）．（compare）
75．All the bodies discovered had gunshot wounds _____________________________________（手被绑在身后）．（with）
76．If you ______________________ （吃些药） last night, you would feel better now．（take）
77．It is high time that we ____________________ （专注） our studies．（concentrate）
78．________________________ （不愿等待） at home, we would go to meet him at the airport．（rather）
79．Due to the husband’s heavy load of work, the couple have decided __________________ _______________ （推迟要小孩）．（postpone）
80．I am fond of reading novels, but I dislike online reading．___________________ （我妹妹也是这样）．（same）
在日常生活中，人们对于体育锻炼所持的观点各不相同，请你以“Health means wealth”为题写一篇不少于120词的短文，号召人们坚持健康积极的生活方式：每天锻炼一小时,健康工作五十年，幸福生活一辈子。
Health means wealth
W: It says in the newspaper that the bus drivers are threatening to go on strike in England．
M: Its not surprising．They go on strike every 2 0r 3 years．What do they want this time?
W: Less work, more pay．
M: That sounds familiar．
M: Have you found out which group youll be working with this semester? Im in C．Toms in A．What about you?
W: Lucky you．Im in Group B, and I can see already that trouble is on its way!
M: Ive telephoned to see if youd like to go to the concert this afternoon．
W: Id really like to, but I broke my glasses and Ive got to get another pair before doing anything else．
W: Would you mind if I visit your class tomorrow morning, Professor Jackson?
M: I have no objection to your visit, but the students will take their examination tomorrow morning．Perhaps you can come back the day after tomorrow．
W: No problem．
W: Have you ever heard about the new Global Positioning System for locating things?
M: Yes, I have．I believe they call it GPS for short．
W: Do you know how it operates?
M: Yes．It operates through the use of 24 satellites that are circling the earth．
W: John．As you know, were looking for someone working in our Communications Department．But why should we hire you?
M: Well, I have a degree in marketing．And I have some experience．Last year, I worked as an assistant marketing director at a company and had a training course in media relations．
W: OK．So tell me what your biggest weakness as a worker is?
M: Um, I tend to be a bit of workaholic．When I was working, I had to work 12 0r 15 hours a day in the beginning, and I have to say that I loved it．
W: Well, thank you for coming today．We’ll be in touch．
W: Hi．Are you a neighbor around here?
M: Yes．This is the street where my mother gave birth to me．I’ve lived here for three quarters of a century except the three years spent fighting in Europe．
W: So you know every corner of the street, dont you?
M: Exactly．Are you a newcomer here?
W: No, not really．But its true that I am a stranger here．Im looking for my clients office．It must be somewhere in this neighborhood．Its 145 Renew Street．
M: It must be the new office complex．Look, you go down the street for three blocks and you will catch the smell of fresh bread．You’ll find Joes Bakery and Deli on your right．The building is right beside Joes．
W: Oh．Thank you very much．
W: I like to go to fashion shows．They give you some ideas about what kinds of clothes are
coming into fashion and which ones are going out．
M: Its nice to see those pretty models walking down the runway in beautiful clothing．But to be frank, I dont think those clothes are practical for everyday wear．
W: I think were beginning to see some practical Italian ready-to-wear collections being shown these days．And they reach the American stores just a few weeks after the major fashion shows．
M: This should be good news for Americas career women．They are this countrys most eager
consumers of the Italian styles．Its time for the Italian designers to figure out that only when
they make fashions more practical, they will have a bigger market here．
W: Hmm．．．Here’s people moving house．I think thats pretty stressful,
M: Well．I think its not so bad．But I do think that going to the dentist is stressful．
W: Oh, so do I! Its stressful because you have no control．
M: Thats right．Look at this one．This poor boy sitting in an exam．I think exams are the most stressful．Sometimes you just cant think of anything to write．
W: Yes, I agree with you there．What about these people here?
M: Mmm．．．Im not sure．They seem to be in a hurry, dont they? I think being late is stressful．
W: Thats true．It can be terrible, especially when youre late for something important．
M: Like an interview．Look at this picture here; heres someone in an interview．Do you think interviews are stressful?
W: No, I think theyre quite exciting, a challenge．
M: Oh, I hate interviews．
When a rabbit sees something dangerous, it runs away．Its white tail moves up and down as it runs．The other see this white tail moving up and down, and they run, too．The rabbit has told them about the coming danger without making any sounds．This has given them a signal．
Many other animals use this kind of language．When a bee has found some food, it goes back to its home．
It tells other bees where the food is by a little dance instead of speaking to them．The dance is its language．
Some animals say things by making sounds．A dog barks, for instance, when a stranger comes near．Some birds make several different sounds, each with its own meaning．Sometimes we human beings speak in the same way．We make sounds like "Oh" or "Ah" when we are frightened or pleased．
But we have something that no animals have — a large number of words with meanings of things, actions, feelings and ideas．We are able to give each other information, telling others what is in our mind and how we feel．By writing words down, we can remember for a long time the things that have happened, or send messages to people far away．
1~5 CCCCB 6~10 CAABC 11~15 BBABC 16~20 BCCBA 21~25 DACBC 26~30 BCABA
31~35 CBCAD 36~40 CCCDA 41~45 ADBDA 46~50 CBBAD
51~54 DBBD 55~58 DCAB 59~62ABBD 63~66 BADA 67~70 BBCD
32．B．根据本句后面的in the bright sun 可知，外面非常炎热。
40．A．根据句中“come up with”可知，作者想让孩子们在屋内想出有创造性的主意。
41．A．根据上文提到“他们是想给别人清洗车辆并免费提供柠檬汽水”以及下一句中“They had ‘Free Car Wash’ written on it”可知答案。
47．B．根据本句后面的“to help clean cars”可知，作者又拿出一些碎布用来擦车。
51．D．推理判断题。依据第四段可知the young man并非往回游很痛苦，而是整个过程都很痛苦；B项叙述错误，依据When he resurfaced, it was evident that the man was not out for gold — his arms were waving in an attempt at freestyle．可知，他的游姿势不对，并非擅长自由泳；C项：由第七段可知，他比别人慢得多。依第三段this was not exactly medal quality可知D项正确。
54．D．主旨大意判断题。本文讲述的例子旨在证明人应该努力挑战自己，全力以赴，并非是努力获得金牌，也非再试一次，更不是破纪录。“Go for it!”表全力以赴之意，符合本文的思想。
60．B．文中说一家神秘的公司买断了Dunder Mifflin，下文还用一首新歌来欢迎这个公司 （greet the company）。
62．D．由广告的标题Tonight’s TV Hot List可知这是同一晚上的节目。
63．B．从第一段最后一句，还有整篇文章都在谈论the repreduction of the rainforest at the hall。
67．B．因果判断题。A项错误，是求学而非就业；C项文章并没有提及哪个地方的大学更 好；D项文章没有提及是为了提高外语水平和结交外国朋友；依文章第二段最后两句可 以得出B项为其目的。
68．B．推理判断题。A项明显错误，并非指没有了父母的孩子；C项错误，目的是上大学， 并非指拥有大学教育的孩子；D项表述错误，亚洲不讲英语的孩子有很多，这里强调的 是在国外求学的亚洲孩子；依文章最后一段中的“To be a ‘satellite kid’ means to grow up in a country where you know you are different and where you cannot make friends because you do not speak English well．Also, it means to grow up lonely”可知B项正确。means一词，起到了下定义的作用。
69．C．细节理解题。依文章倒数第二段最后一句话“Therefore, these children become‘satellite kids’”可知，前文是其原因，由此得出答案为C项。
71．will/ would appreciate it
72．Time permitting/ If time permits
74．compared to/with the previous week
75．with their hands tied behind back
76．had taken some medicine
77．concentrated on/ should concentrate on
78．Rather than wait / waiting
79．to postpone having their baby
80．It is the same with my sister
Health means wealth
People hold the belief that if they are healthy, they will have everything．Some of the young and middle-aged spend their holidays playing cards on online games, believing that they are healthy and there is no need for them to do sports．Some of them even continue to make more money, which means everything to them．
As far as I am concerned, I don’t think what some of the people do in their spare time is right．Games and money cannot bring us real happiness and wealth．Health is the most important thing for us and it can help us to do something that we want to do．We should all remember: exercise one hour a day, healthy work in fifty years, a happy life for life．
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