高考英语作文写作常用谚语俗语总结 1、A liar is not believed when he speaks the truth. 说谎者即使讲真话也没人相信。
2、A little knowledge is a dangerous thing. 一知半解，自欺欺人。
3、All rivers run into sea. 海纳百川。
4、All roads lead to Rome. 条条大路通罗马。
5、All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. 只会用功不玩耍，聪明孩子也变傻。
6、A bad beginning makes a bad ending. 不善始者不善终。
7、Actions speak louder than words. 事实胜于雄辩。
8、A faithful friend is hard to find. 知音难觅。
9、A friend in need is a friend indeed. 患难见真情。
10、A friend is easier lost than found. 得朋友难，失朋友易。
11、A good beginning is half done. 良好的开端是成功的一半。
12、A good beginning makes a good ending. 善始者善终。
13、A good book is a good friend. 好书如挚友。
14、A good medicine tastes bitter. 良药苦口。
15、A mother"s love never changes. 母爱永恒。
16、An apple a day keeps the doctor away. 一天一苹果，不用请医生。
17、A single flower does not make a spring. 一花独放不是春，百花齐放春满园。
18、A year"s plan starts with spring. 一年之计在于春。
19、A young idler, an old beggar. 少壮不努力，老大徒伤悲。
20、Better late than never. 不怕慢，单怕站。
21、By reading we enrich the mind.读书使人充实， 22、Care and diligence bring luck. 谨慎和勤奋才能抓住机遇。
23、Confidence in yourself is the first step on the road to success. 自信是走向成功的第一步。
24、Custom is a second nature. 习惯是后天养成的。
25、Custom makes all things easy. 有个好习惯，事事皆不难。
26、Doing is better than saying. 与其挂在嘴上，不如落实在行动上。
27、Do nothing by halves. 凡事不可半途而废。
28、Don"t put off till tomorrow what should be done today. 今日事，今日毕。
29、Don"t trouble trouble until trouble troubles you.
30、Early to bed and early to rise makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise. 早睡早起身体好。
31、Easier said than done. 说得容易，做得难。
32、Easy come, easy go. 来也匆匆，去也匆匆。
33、Eat to live, but not live to eat. 人吃饭是为了活着，但活着不是为了吃饭。
34、Every man has his faults. 金无足赤，人无完人。
35、Every man is the architect of his own fortune. 自己的命运自己掌握。
36、Every minute counts. 分秒必争。
37、Each coin has two sides.
38、Fact speak louder than words. 事实胜于雄辩。
39、Failure is the mother of success. 失败是成功之母。
40、God helps those who help themselves. 自助者天助。
41、Health is better than wealth. 健康胜过财富。
42、Honesty is the best policy. 做人诚信为本。
43、Hope for the best, but prepare for the worst. 抱最好的愿望，做最坏的打算。
44、It is never too old to learn. 活到老，学到老。
45、Knowledge is power. 知识就是力量
46、Like mother, like daughter. 有其母必有其女。
47、No pain， no gain.（不劳无获。）
48、You never know till you have tried. 不尝试，不知晓。。
49、An idle youth, a needy age.少壮不努力，老大徒伤悲。
50、Diligence is the mother of success.勤奋是成功之母。
51、Early to bed, early to rise, makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise. 早睡早起，使人健康、富裕和聪颖。
52、Experience is the best teacher.经验是最好的教师。
53、Nothing in the world is difficult if you set your mind to it. 世上无难事，只怕有心人。
54、Where there"s a will, there"s a way. 有志者事竟成。
55、Practice makes perfect ．（熟能生巧。）
56、Pride goes before a fall．（骄傲必败。）
Superstar and I It’s common that many students are crazy about those singers and actors. However, liyundi, a pianist, is the superstar in my heart. He is a man of few words
and he even looks like the greatest pianist—Chopin. When listening to his music , I can get rid of everything noisy around. What’s more, I can feel his strong love for music. Rome wasn’t built in one day. He achieved the great success through huge effort. I can learn from him that we should never give up to realize our dreams.
Superstar and I Her name first appeared as a joke then like a wonder. She is Susan Boyle, the superstar in my heart. Although she’s not beautiful, her voice and spirit moved all the audience, including me. The song ’I dreamed a dream’ that she sang touched everyone’s heart who had a dream and wanted to realize it. She taught me how to go on my dreams as well as never to give up. She is like a sunshine that gives me hope. Where there is a will, there is a way.
2011 年高考阅读理解细节理解题---讲练 M.feir 解题思路与应试技巧
Most people who enjoy movies do not really care how they are made. They just want to enjoy a good story. Movie producer and director George Lucas wants people to see the best made movies. So, his latest movie Star Wars was made without using film. Star Wars was made using digital cameras. A digital camera does not use traditional film. It captures
images on videotape. The images recorded on videotape are the placed in a computer. George Lucas says that using digital cameras permits him to have much more control over the final product. For example, the image can be changed after it is placed in a computer. An expert can change color, add or take out objects, add people or beings who are not real. Much of what is seen in the new movie Star Wars is not real. Huge buildings, spacecraft and alien beings from other worlds were produced in a computer. Movie experts say digital technology is the real future of the motion picture industry. A theater will no longer have to wait days or weeks to show a new movie. Theaters will be able to receive copies of new movies by linking computers. Or they will use small computer disks to get a copy of the movie. When the new movie Star Wars was released last month, only 94 theaters around the world had the digital equipment needed to show it. So Mr. Lucas’ company produced about 6,000 copies of the new digital movie on traditional film for release in most theaters. However, most people who have seen the movie say these
film copies are of much better quality than other filmed movies. Critics say the new digital technology is very costly. Many theater owners will not buy the new technology, yet many of the people who worked on the new movie Star Wars say they would not like to work with film again. They said using digital equipment was faster, and videotape is much less costly than film. One cameraman said the director of a movie can immediately see what was just recorded, something impossible to do with film. 1. According to George Lucas, what makes the best made movies possible?
A. A good story.
C. Digital cameras.
D. Videotape. 2. Which is NOT true for the real future of the motion picture industry, according to movie experts?
A. Linking computers for copies of new movies.
B. Showing filmed movies in theaters.
C. Using small computer disks to get a copy of the movie. D. Having the digital equipment needed to show the
3. According to the passage, which is true about the new movie Star Wars?
A. There are about 6,000 copies of the new digital movie.
B. It has been shown in only 94 theaters around the world.
C. It is the best among filmed movies.
D. It is the product of the new digital technology.
4. Which of the following is NOT the advantages of the new digital movie?
A. The director can have the objects and people added or taken out.
B. It will be more convenient for theaters to get such kind of new movies.
C. People all agree that the new digital movies are less costly than the filmed movies.
D. The director can monitor the recording and check what was recorded just now. （B）
As the US wakes up to China’s rising status as an
economic and strategic competitor, US parents are urging their children to learn Chinese, reports Julian Borger. The US is being swept by a rush to learn Mandarin—from wealthy New York mothers hiring Chinese nannies（ 保 姆 ）
for their small children to a defence department education project in Oregon. The forces driving Mandarin’s momentum（势头）are parental ambition for children facing a future in which China is almost certain to be a major player, and the government is worried about that America may get left behind in that new world. The bottleneck is the supply of teachers. Mandarin instructors are difficult to import and difficult to train. There are visa problems in bringing over teachers from China but the biggest barrier is cultural. Teaching in Asia is generally done by rote and the change to western, interactive styles of instruction can be a large leap. On the other hand, it requires enormous firmness for westerners to learn a language like Chinese, with its thousands of written characters. According to the
Asia Society in New York, all of America’s teacher-training institutions turn out only a couple of dozen homegrown Mandarin teachers. One way to ease the shortage is to find native Mandarin speakers and use fast-track methods to train them. However, the majority of Chinese-Americans grew up speaking Cantonese, the dialect spoken in Hong Kong, where their parents came from. Many are themselves signing on as Mandarin students at the private language schools springing up on the west coast. 1. Why are US parents so eager to make their children learn Mandarin? A. They are urged by the government to do so. B. They are afraid to be left behind by other parents. C. They believe China will play a major role in the future world. D. They are just carried away by Mandarin’s momentum. 2. The underlined word “rote” in the 4th paragraph probably refers to a teaching pattern which
. A. focuses on memory work B. allows the students to think independently
C. is centered on interactive skills
D. puts much emphasis on examinations 3. What is the main problem in the Mandarin’s momentum in the US? A. The lack of qualified teachers. B. The cultural barrier between the east and west. C. The Americans’ lack of firmness. D. The many written Chinese characters. （C）
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