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A After the Summer Olympics are over ,when all the athletcs and viewers have gong home and the television audience has swiched off , another group of athletcs and fans will arrive at the host city , and another compctition will begin.These are the Parnlympics,the games for athlctcs with a disability .But in Beijing in 2008 ,for the first time,one of the greatest parulympians will not be taking part. Sbc is a Britishby the name of Tanni Grey-Thompsun.Boyn with spina hifida (嵴椎裂) which left her paralysed from the waint down,Tanni used a wheelchair from the age of 7.At first,she was not keen on sporn,apart from horse-riding,which gave her a sense of freedom.But in her teens,she started tsking sports more seriously.She tried swimming,basketball and tennis.Eventually she found athletics,and never looked back. Indeed ,Tanni’s athletic career took off .In 1984,when she was 15,she pulled off a surpaise victort in the 100 metres at the Junior NationalWheelchair Games. In 1988 ,Tanni went to her first ParalympicGames in Scoul.She bronze in the 400 metres.Even greater success followed at the 1992 BarcelonaParalympics.Tanni won gold in the 100,200,400 and 800 metres relay,setting two world records in the proceas.In the same year she achicved the first of her six London Wheelchair Marathon victories. Tanni’s enduring success has been part motivation(动机),part preparation. “The training I do that enable me to be a good sprinter(短跑运动员) enable me to be good at a marathon too. I train 50 weeks of the year and that keeps me prepared for whatever distance I went to race …I am still competing at a very high level,but as I get oider things get harder and I went to retire before I fall apart. ” Indeed Tanni retired finally after the Visa Paralympic World Cup in 2007. Her wish is to coach young athletes for Beijing 2008 Olympic Gammes. In spite of ups and downs,she never takes her fate lying down.In her splendid life ,she has won an amazing eleven gold medals,four silvers and one bronze in a series of Paralympics---a top lever athletic career covering two decades .She has won the London Wheelchair Marathon six times ,more than any other competitor ,and she has set over thirty woyld records. What advice does she have for young athletes ? “Work hard at your studies ,and then train,train again.”
【題組】59. What's the right order of the events relaterd to Tanny? aShe works as a coach. bShe took up athletics . cShe won four gold medals in Barcelons . dShe competed in her first Paraiympic Games. e.She achieved a victory in her first London Wheelchair Marathun.
(A) b,d,c,e,a
(B) a,d,b,c,e
(C) a,d,c,e,b
(D) b,d,a,e,c
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答案:A
難度:適中
7. John has been an _____ all his life. It’s not possible for him to believe that God exists.
(A) athletics
(B) antagonist
(C) atheist
(D) elite
(E) illustrator
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答案:C
難度:適中
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高二下 (2015/04/12 11:39)
John has been an _____ all his life. It’s not possible for him to believe that God exists. 
○A運動員
○B拮抗劑
○C無神論者
○D精英
○Ë插畫家
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高二下 (2015/04/12 13:55)
John has been an _____ all his life. It’s not possible for him to believe that God exists.
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【站僕】摩檸Morning 大三上 (2015/04/13 23:18)
原本題目:

7. John has been an all his life. It’s not possible for him to believe that God exists. (A) athletics (B) antagonist (C) atheist (D) elite (E) illustrator

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7. John has been an _____ all his life. It’s not possible for him to believe that God exists. (A) athletics (B) antagonist (C) atheist (D) elite (E) illustrator
20 No Chinese musical instrument is like the pi-pa that has been in use for almost two thousand years either in solo performance or in ____ . Critics describe the string instrument to have a unique timbre that can somewhat be matched by western lute.
(A) choir
(B) orchestra
(C) athletics
(D) chamber music
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答案:B
難度:適中
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 【站僕】摩檸Morning:有沒有達人來解釋一下?
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33. Without scholarships, student athletes often have to make the difficulty choice of athletics or academics, and many of them concentrate on the former; as a result, their grades tend to suffer.
(A) student athletes
(B) have to
(C) the difficulty choice of
(D) as a result,
(E) suffer
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答案:C
難度:困難
The family name Rockefeller is known to almost all Americans. In the 19th century, John D Rockefeller worked and invested in the new oil and gas industry to become, by some accounts, the richest man who ever lived. He started the University of Chicago and Rockefeller University. His son, John D Rockefeller, Jr, became one of New York City’s most powerful financiers and real estate developers. Junior had five sons, of whom one, Nelson, became governor of the state of New York and later vice president of the United States. Another two became governors of other states, and the youngest a New York banker, becoming the CEO of Chase Manhattan, one of the world’s largest banks at the time. Obviously, the Rockefellers are quite a family. One of the many marks Rockefellers have left on US society is Rockefeller Center, a nearly nice-square-hectare development in the heart of Manhattan, itself the heart of New York City. On this large tract of land, 18 skyscrapers were designed and built during the 1930s. They command the skyline between 48th and 51th Streets and Fifth and Sixth Avenues. Some of the finest architecture the Big Apple has to offer was built here. In fact, the entire complex is listed on both the US National Register of Historic Places and the US Historic Landmarks. Millions of tourists have been entertained at Radio City Music Hall, seating an audience of 6,000. The flat-topped 70-story General Electric Building tops the crown of surrounding towers. Its flat top allows for a roof garden and viewing deck, giving tourists a 360-degree view of the Manhattan Skyline. The Center also sports a skating rink, which has been seen in countless movies, and a great deal of public art. Whenever you visit New York City, be sure to visit Rockefeller Center.
【題組】37. Which of the following statements about synchronized swimming is NOT true?
(A) Underwater equipment is used.
(B) Athletes must be very physically fit.
(C) Music is part of matches.
(D) Judges must consider style and athletics.
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答案:D
難度:適中