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如今,中学生的学习时间长,压力大。上周我班学生对如何减压、放松进行了讨论。大家提出了许多种减压、放松的方法。请根据提示,以 How Can We get relaxed 为题,写一篇短文。

词汇:压力 pressure

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1 )词数: 80~100 个。

2 )开头已给出,不计入总词数。

3 )要点齐全,行文连贯,可适当发挥

How Can We Get Relaxed

These days, many students study too long every day and suffer from great pressure. Last week, my class had a discussion on how to get relaxed and reduce the pressure.

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These days, many students study too long every day and suffer from great pressure. Last week, my class had a discussion on how to get relaxed and reduce the pressure

The students offered different good suggestions. As well as going to the movie, listening to music, even going sightseeing at the weekends, some students think it a good way to take exercise between lessons. After all, too long study without exercise is harmful to our health. Other students feel it important to communicate with our parents. We can get help from them when we are in trouble.

In my opinion, we should spend a little time developing our hobbies like reading or doing sports while working hard. In this way, we can get relaxed and reduce the pressure.

【解析】

本文属于话题作文,主要讲述如何减压放松。根据要表达的内容确定并准确运用时态,上下文意思连贯,符合逻辑,可适当增加内容。

亮点说明:这是一篇优秀的作文,很好的完成了试题规定的任务,语言表达符合英语习惯,准确运用时态、主谓一致,特别使用一些亮点词句,如 as well as a good way to take exercise after all be harmful to communicate with get help from be in trouble in my opinion spend+ 时间 + in doing 以及 in this way ,增强逻辑关系,增加上下文意思连贯,用词准确,句子通顺,行文连贯。

【点睛】

写作时可以从以下几个方面做起:

认真审题。审好题是写好书面表达的关键。审题时要注意试题的要求,抓住要点,词数符合要求。

构思提纲。有了提纲,我们就可以根据提纲和主题确定相关的写作材料。通常书面表达给出的话题是开放的,而具体的内容要求学生自己发挥,因此选择恰当的素材也是使短文中心突出、明确的关键。

初写短文。一切都准备就绪,就可以动笔写作了,在写作的过程中我们要注意句子的准确性、连贯性以及简洁性。使用的词语、短语及句型尽量用自己有把握的词。同时还要注意使用恰当的连词,使句子衔接自然。

修改润色。修改润色是获取高分的必要步骤。这一步我们除了检查短文的各种错误外,还要检查语法结构是否合理,有无重复、啰嗦的语言,大小写是否正确,格式是否正确,词数是否符合要求等。

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阅读短文,根据所读内容在文章后表格中的空格里填入一个最恰当的单词。

It’s always challenging to face fear. Here are some ways to help you overcome(克服)it.

Breathing

As we know, breathing can help us relax. If you purposely breathe out longer than you breathe in, your body will calm down. If you start to feel fearful, try this. Take a breath in (to a count of 7 in your mind), and then slowly breathe out (to a count of 11 in your mind). To your surprise, if you do this for a minute or so, you’ll calm down quickly. We call this "7/11 breathing".

Using a different part of your brain

When we feel fearful, it’s harder to think clearly. But if we force ourselves to use the part of thinking brain, this will help to calm us down. The easiest way to do this is with numbers. You can set your own fear from l to 10, 10 being the worst state and 1 being the most relaxed state. When you’re feeling fearful, ask yourself; “Okay, what grade do I get right now? 7 or 5?” Just doing this will reduce fear because it starts the thinking brain. Once I gave a speech to three hundred people and I felt fearful. So I graded myself at 6, and waited for myself to go down to 3 before starting. I took control.

Getting control of your imagination

Imagine seeing yourself in the situation you were scared, but see yourself being calm and things going well. Doing this starts to recondition your mind to more calmly face the coming events which were causing fear.

It seems that overcoming fear is always the first step to finish all you need to do and it will help you devote yourself to what you really want to be and to do. It takes efforts, but it’s worth your try.

59 to overcome fear

Introduction

It’s challenging to face fear in your life.

Ways

Breathing

    To calm down, you can breathe out 60 than you breathe in.

    You’ll be 61 that you’ve calmed down very quickly if you take 7/11 breathing.

Using a different part of your brain

    You can set ten 62 for your own fear with numbers.

    Grading your state of mind helps 63 the thinking brain and make you 64 fearful.

Getting control of your imagination

    Imagine you’re in a bad 65 but you feel calm and things go well.

    It can help you feel 66 to face the coming events.

Conclusion

    To finish all you need to do, you must overcome fear 67

    It’s worth 68 though it takes efforts.

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Run for Class President

Two months ago, when our class election(选举) started, I decided to run for class president. I enjoyed speaking in public and got along well with people, so I felt it easy to win. But I was     13   that people would feel bad for me if I lost.

I was busy preparing in the following week. My plan wasn’t to make promises to do things I couldn’t    14    but to show my class why I wanted to be president. I put up my posters in hallways and in the classroom. I also spent three hours writing my speech, saying that I was the one they could turn to whenever they had a problem. Since I was     15   prepared, I felt that my chances of winning were strong.

However, when I gave my speech on Election Day, the response (反应) wasn’t what I had    16   . Few people actually listened. When it was my opponent’s (对手的)turn, everyone was screaming his name. His speech was short, but all to the point. By then, I realized I should have made mine shorter and clearer.

It was obvious who would     17   . For the rest of the day, I felt like it was over. I wanted to just go home and cry, but I made it through.

My    18    was right: I didn’t win.

The next day, people were still talking about the election. I just pretended (假装) not to hear. But later, things got better. People     19   about the election and talked to me just as they did before.

I don’t regret putting time and energy into the election because I’ve learned that things aren’t always going the way I expect. And moments of failure like this build    20    —since then I’ve learned to face disappointment and grown stronger.

13Abored              Bafraid                     Cexcited                   Dhopeful

14Acompare          Bremember               Cmanage                  Drepeat

15Afully               Bquickly                   Cfreshly                   Dphysically

16Afeared             Bfaced                      Cmentioned              Dpictured

17Ainsist              Breturn                     Cwait                       Dwin

18Asuggestion       Bprediction               Cdirection                Dintroduction

19Aforgot             Bwrote                     Ccared                     Ddiscussed

20Atrust               Bpride                      Ccharacter                Dsupport

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Blue Lightning

Sally loved cars more than anything else. This spring she thought of building a go-kart to enter for the Go-Go Race. So she asked her dad for help.

“Well,” he said. “How about this: you do some research first and then come back to me with a design.”

A week later, Sally brought her notes and drawings to Dad. She named her go-kart “Blue Lightning”. Dad looked over her work, thinking. “Well, that’s interesting,” he said. “Have a try. Just build Blue Lightning as you’ve designed.”

Over three weekends of hard work, Sally turned her design into a real, working go-kart and painted it light blue. Dad asked her to take it for a test drive. Sally agreed.

After she did that, Sally drove back to Dad. “Well,” she said. “Now I know why you wanted me to have a test drive.”

“Oh, do you?” he said. “Please share.”

“When I drove fast, there was a lot of pushback,” she said. “I think it’s because of the lightning bolt (闪电) shape.”

“Very good!” Dad said. 

“So, why didn’t you tell me about that problem in the first place?” Sally asked.

Dad laughed. “Where’s the fun in that? If you give a man a fish, he’ll eat for a day. But if you teach a man to fish, he’ll eat for a lifetime.”

Sally said, “I see. Anyway, designing is half the fun !”

Dad smiled. “Good. Sometimes, learning happens during the process. We learn how to do something right by doing it a few times first and making mistakes along the way.”

That encouraged Sally and she worked even harder. When she showed Dad her new go-kart, he nodded with pride.

Finally came the race. Sally wasn’t worried about whether she would win—in her mind, she had already won, by building something better than ever before.

24Sally thought of building a go-kart to     .

Apractice driving                                         Benter for a race

Cplay with friends                                        Ddo some research

25What did Sally’s dad ask her to do after she built the go-kart?

ATo have a test drive.                                   BTo take a good rest.

CTo give it a cool name.                               DTo paint it light blue.

26Sally’s story mainly tells us that     .

Awinning a race is important

Bfishing brings us a lot of fun

Cdriving experience is necessary

Dlearning happens during the process

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    Sometimes it seems that time is flying. Perhaps it doesn’t need to feel this way. Our experience of time can be possibly changed. By understanding the psychological (心理学的) processes behind our different experiences of time, we might be able to slow down time a little.

One basic law of psychological time is that time seems to slow down when we’re exposed(接触) to new environments and experiences. The law is caused by the relationship between our experience of time and the amount of information our minds process. The more information our minds take in, the slower time seems to pass.

It follows, then, that we have different experiences of time in different situations. In some situations, our life is full of new experiences. Our minds process a lot of information and time seems to slow down. In other situations, we have fewer new experiences and the world around us becomes more and more familiar(熟悉的). We become insensitive to our experience, which means we process less information, and time seems to speed up.

How can we slow down time? Here are two suggestions.

Firstly, since we know that familiarity makes time pass faster, we can expose ourselves to as many new experiences as possible. We can give ourselves new challenges, meet new people, and expose our minds to new information, hobbies and skills. This will increase the amount of information our minds process and expand (增加) our experience of time.

Secondly, and perhaps most effectively, we can give our whole attention to an experience-to what we are seeing, feeling, tasting, smelling or hearing. This means living through our senses rather than through our thoughts. For example, on the way home, focus your attention outside of yourself, instead of thinking about the problems you have to deal with. Look at the sky, or at the buildings you pass, traveling among them. This open attitude to your experiences helps take in more information and also has a time-expanding effect.

To a certain degree, we can understand and control our experience of time passing. It’s possible for us to slow down time by expanding our experience of time.

27According to the writer, we can expand our experience of time by     .

Agoing to bed on time                                  Btraveling to new places

Chaving dinner as usual                                Dprinting the same materials

28What can we learn from the passage?

ABeing familiar with the world around helps us get more information.

BUnderstanding psychological time makes life pass more quickly.

CWe can take in more information by living through our senses.

DWe should build a stronger relationship between time and us.

29Which of the following would be the best title for the passage?

ASlow Down Time                                      BOnly Time Will Tell

CRace Against Time                                     DTime Will Not Come Twice

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   A group of boys stood around a tree. “What a tall tree!” they said to each other, “It would be    16    to climb to the top!”

The group of boys then decided to play a game to    17    who could climb to the top of the tree first. Their mothers were sitting not far away, looking on at their    18    as they played.

One of the climbers was an 8-year-old boy named David. He was the shortest child in the group.    19    thought he would win.

Then the game started. All of the boys tried their best to climb as high as they could. Although the other boys climbed faster than David in the beginning, he    20    the top of the tree fastest in the end.

His mother was    21   . She asked him, “David, how did you reach the top of the tree so    22   ?”

“It was easy,” David said, “The other children    23    looking down as they climbed. When they realized how high they were, they were afraid of    24   . I, however, looked only up. When I saw how close I was, I kept going higher and higher,    25    I reached the top.”

It is true in life that if we just keep going forward without looking back, we are more likely to reach our goals.

16Aboring                        Bexciting                             Cdangerous

17Abelieve                       Bthink                                 Csee

18Astudents                      Bchildren                             Cteachers

19ANobody                      BSomebody                         CEverybody

20Agot up                        Bgot on                               Cgot to

21Aproud                         Bworried                             Cfrightened

22Acarefully                     Bquickly                              Cquietly

23Akept                           Bavoided                             Cpracticed

24Ataking down                Bfalling down                      Ccalming down

25Aif                               Bafter                                  Cuntil

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