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She was an old woman and arl ugly one atthatwho hved all alonebut Once
s h e w a s a s t a n N o o r L e m i S S e d h e r f i l m s . S h e c o u l d n t w a l k t h e s t r e eutts w i d

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Dearest Lana Lawn7


1 wttched your moe.I was deeply moved.You were Fat,
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Sincerely
Timothy Dwight

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s sit down and have sOme dinnO
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e you her new nurse?"one ofthem asked.
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"I allll Lana Lawn"

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"Lana Lawn lets you have these elabOrate meals here?':one of the lnen said.
"Must be nice."
I'm LarLa Lawn."

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j O ' t h e O t h e r s a i d .
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utsid%LarLa ran OuttO them.
"Do 1100k old?"she asked.
"You really milk this act for allits wOrt dOntt
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Larla Lanl used to be


A. a famous lnaglcla
B. a television newscaste
C t a f a m Q u s o e s t a r

D.attPnyWOOlrepOrter`

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Lana Lawn?

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streets
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e becatte Populan
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How did Lana Lawn ntakelnoney after her wonderm career had ended?

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Co She hated writing.
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d a l e t t e ri mferfoamn .a l o n g
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D. Because she received ody a few letters`


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What did Lana LawrL dedde to do in her ttply to Tlmothy?

C` To talk about unusual wealhe


Do Toin te him to dime

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B. recognized her hnmediately.


C ughthe was goingto faint.
Do was extremely cottsed.
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W h a t d i d T i m o t h y m e a n b y s a y 1i ln mr 1 0 t a g a i n s t p l a s t i c s u r g e r y o r a n n i n g
likeat..."in urle 75?
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a young man.
Do He expected her to feel uncottortable"i

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what did LaFla See inthe mirror?

A. Herself
B. Her boyfriend.
C.A goddess
Do A ghost.
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house?
A. Zero.
B, One.
C. Two.
D. Three.
W h e n L a n a t o l d T i m o t h y t h a t s h w a s g o i n g t o, hkei s s
A laughed.
B.got frightened
Co dedtorun away.
Do fainted
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old womarL.
D. Because they had not expected solneolle who looked so old

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D.triedto m away.

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Are You o Procraslinalor?

Foowinga schedule and doing things on tirne is extremely importantin


today's busy world. Using time effectively is a valuable skill that
everyone rnust master.catching a ouS,getting tO work or school on tirne,
and even meeting friends requires managlng tirrle. unfortunate.ly, nOt
everyone is very 9ood at doing this. Many people are procrastinators;
they,put off doing things that they need to untilit's loo late.
We a procrastinate s6metimes, Statistics show that 90 percent of
university students wioften put off studying for a test Or writing an
irnportant paper until the night before.Twenty
five percent of univ
rsity
students can be deflned as chronic prOcrastinators.
his rnore serious
forrn of procrastination can result in a student dropping out of sch001.
Students whO persistently delay doing their assignments get further and
further behind in their studies. Belore 10ng: they feel completely
overwhelrned.For the chronic procrastinator,often the only way to sOlve
this problem ls to quit school.
According to recnt studies, there are three maih reasOns that
students procrastinate. First, many have poor tirne
rnanagement skills
and often try to do loO rlluch in loo llttle tirne.ln.the end,these Students
Often feel overwhel
ned and will put off doing rnany things they need to.
nOther
reason
that
students procrastinate is because they feel a

SubleCt iS boring or because they have difficulty 9oncentrating on an


assignment. These students w l often avoid doing somethlng because
they don't like it, A third reason that many students procrastinate ls

b e c a u s e t h e y a r e v e rlyo uasn a b o u t d o i n g a s s i g n m e n t s w e l l e n o u o
hese studentS often worry that their work will never be as 9oOd
should be and fear fa
ure of any kind. Unfortunately, trying tO dO

e v e r y t h i n g p e r f e c t l y c a n oe fS te e ns t cu ad ue sn et s t
to put off_doln
work at a.

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Do yOu recognize any of these signs in yourself? lf so, you may


want to do something about your tendency to procrastinate. The
f o o w i n g f i v e t i p s r n a y b e h e l p f u l . Fsit
, list the things in life that are
i r n p o r t a n t t o y o u , t h e n , s t t h e r e a s o n s t h a t y o u a r e a t s c h O o l o r
university. LQok at the tWo nsts and see where they match.IS there
something you need to do in order to achieve a life 90al? Second,
choose realistic goals for yourselfi don't try tb dO mOre than you can.
Decide how hard you can work and what you can dot
Third, once you have identifled your goals, list them ln order of
p r i o r i t y . l f y o u h a v e t h r e e t h i n g s t o d o , a s k y o u r s eW lh fl
ch should l do
first?"As yOu become more aware ofvvhat you need to do and when you
n9ed tO dO it, you w
l f e e l m o r e i n c 9 n t r o l a n d lw b e a b l t o c O m p l t e
tasks on tirne. Fou rth, budget your tirne wisely. Create a schedule that
a o w s a d e q u a t e t i m e f o r a c c O m p l i s h i n g a g o a l i f o r e x a m p l e , y o u r
schedule should give you enough tirne to study for and pass a test,as
w e a s t i r n e t o r e l a x . F i n ya ,t a k e t h e t i r l l e t o r e w a r d y o u r s e l f , W hyeonu
a r e a l o n e i n y o u r a p a r t F n e n t O r r o o r r l ,y t9 eu
rSelf a
the goOd things that
you are doing to reach yOur 9oals. VVhen yOu accomplish a goal, do
s o m e t h i n g 9 o o d f o r y O u r s e l f l i k e g o i n g t o t h e m o v i e sh
anging out vvith
friends.
lf you believe that you are a chronic procrastinatOr,you shOuld try
t o g e t h e l p b e f o r e i t i s t o o l a tael.kt o a c o u n s e l o r o r f r i e n d , a n d d i s c u s s
t h e p r o b l e m . l f y O u a r e a m i l d p r o c r a s t i n a t o r , b e s u r e kte
ep yourself
motivatedi but dOn't worry too rnuch. Remember___we a procrastinate
at tirlnes.
: N e i l A n d e r s o n , c f ve S k

s f o r R e a J gr B o
3 , T h o m s o n & H e i n l e ,
2003

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1. In lnany fanlilies,mothers do lost ofthe housework and take care of


the childreno ShOuld fathers help more at home?
Or why l10t?

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2. Should mobile phones be banned(

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junior and senior high schOols?


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why not?

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