1. <th id="91evv"><pre id="91evv"></pre></th><rp id="91evv"></rp>
    2. 英語語法網 英語詞匯網 高考英語網 中考英語網
      精心組稿 精巧編排 精彩紛呈 全心打造英語第一品牌!
      加入收藏
      網站地圖
      購點說明
      首    頁 | 高考新聞 | 高考聽力 | 高考口語 | 詞匯用法 | 詞語辨析 | 考綱詞匯 | 高考語法 | 單項填空 | 完形填空 | 閱讀理解 | 短文改錯 | 書面表達 | 讀寫任務 | 語法填空 | 信息匹配 | 閱讀填空 | 閱讀簡答 | 單詞拼寫 | 完成句子 | 對話填空 | 任務型閱讀 | 慣用法 | 備考方略 | 高考陷阱 | 模擬題庫 | 真題匯編 | 文化背景 | 英語百科 | 趣味英語 | 雙語閱讀 | 外語院校 | 綜合資料 | 真題詳解 | 下載中心 | VIP 通道 | 會員之家 | 名師家教 | 猜題押題 |
      您現在的位置: 首頁 >> 高考英語 >> 下載中心 >> 單項填空類 >>
      原來高考英語命題可以這樣猜
      文章作者:陳根花    文章來源:高考英語網    點擊數:   更新時間:2008-03-09
          ★★★★★ 【字體:
      說明:引用此文請注明出處,并務請保留后面的有效鏈接地址,謝謝!

       

      三、實例之二 (from www.dubaipaintplumbers.com)

      近幾年的高考英語閱讀理解和完形填空題經常從某些國外網站上引用文章也是一個不爭的事實,如2006年的湖北卷閱讀理解第C篇文章和2006年湖南卷的完形填空同時引用了《紐約時報》(New York Times20051127日刊發的一篇文章——A lesson from bananas and nuts。請比較:

       

      《紐約時報》(New York Times20051127日刊發的A lesson from bananas and nuts

      A lesson from bananas and nuts

      I return to Nigeria, after graduating from college. I have been to Abuja, the capital, a couple of times, but that was before my mother was appointed minister of finance.

      Two weeks into my stay, on a rare occasion when my mother has time to chat, I tell her that I’m bored. Her response: “Here are the car keys. Go and buy some fruit.” Overjoyed, I jump into the car and speed off in search of fruit.

      The young boy sees me, or rather he sees the car first—a silver BMW—and quickly springs up from his spot under a small tree, eager to sell his bunches of bananas and bottles of roasted peanuts. His dingy shirt hangs low over too-short shorts. His sucked-in cheeks and puckered lips suggest that although he appears to be about 12, he already knows the sourness of life. By the time I stop the car, he is at the passenger door, grunting: “Banana 300 naira (roughly US$2). Groundnut 200 naira. Sah! (Sir)” I look at his black-striped bananas and bargain him down to 200 total for the fruit and nuts. When he agrees, I reach for my wallet and hand him a crisp 500 naira note. He doesn’t have change, so I tell him not to worry. He is grateful and smiles a row of perfect teeth.

      When, two weeks later, I see this same boy, I am more aware of my position in Nigerian society. Security people at the house have told me: “You are the son of a minister! You should enjoy this country!” But it’s hard to find enjoyment in a place where it’s not that rare to see a little boy who should be in school standing on the corner selling fruit in the intense heat.

      I pull over and wind down my window. He wears the same shirt and shorts and has a bunch of bananas and a bottle of peanuts ready. “What’s up?” I ask him. He answers in broken English: “I dey oh. But I no get money to buy book for school.” I reach into my wallet and pull out two fresh 500 naira notes. “Will this help?” I ask. He looks around nervously before sticking his hand into the car to take the bills. One thousand naira is a lot of money to someone whose family probably makes about 50,000 naira (US$380) or less each year. “Thank you, sah,” he says. “Thank you very much, oh!”

      The next morning the Secret Service officers caution me, “Sometimes in this place, when you give a little, people think you’re a fountain of opportunity.”

      It’s true that people will take advantage of you in Nigeria, but this happens everywhere in the world. I wonder if my little friend actually used the money for schoolbooks. What if he’s a fraud?

      Over the next six months, I am busy working in a refugee camp in northern Nigeria, biking across France and Spain and writing. Sometime after I return, I go for a drive, and I see the boy standing on the road next to a man who sells exotic birds. He jumps up and down to get my attention and has a big smile ready when I roll down the window.

      “Oga sah!” he says. “Long time.” “Are you in school now?” I ask.

      He nods.

      “That’s good,” I say. A silence falls as we look at each other, and then I realize what he wants. “Here,” I hold out a 500 naira note. “Take this.”

      He shakes his head vigorously and steps back as if offended. “:What’s wrong?” I ask. “It’s a gift.”

      He shakes his head again and brings his hand from behind his back. His face glistens with sweat. He drops a bunch of bananas and a bottle of peanuts in the front seat before he says, “I’ve been waiting to give these to you.”

       

      上一頁  [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] 下一頁

      引用地址:
      文章錄入:admin    責任編輯:admin 
    3. 上一篇文章:
    4. 下一篇文章:


    5. 相關文章推薦:
      發表評論】【加入收藏】【告訴好友】【打印此文】【關閉窗口
      網友評論:(只顯示最新10條。評論內容只代表網友觀點,與本站立場無關。
      国产福利在线永久视频一区二区_国产特级婬片免费看_快速了解国产一级a爱片_国产成人一区二区三区影院
      1. <th id="91evv"><pre id="91evv"></pre></th><rp id="91evv"></rp>