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江苏省泰州南通2010届高三第三次模拟考试(英语)

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江苏省泰州/南通市 2010 届高三下学期第三次模拟考试 英语
第 I 卷 (三部分 共 85 分) 第一部分 听力 (共两节,满分 20 分) 做题时,先将答案标在试卷上。录音内容结束后,你将有两分钟的时间将试卷上的答案 转涂到答题卡上。 第一节 (共 5 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 5 分) 听下面 5 段对话。每段对话后有一个小题,从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选项中选出最佳选 项,并标在试卷的相应位置。听完每段对话后,你都有 10 秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅 读下一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。 1. Who does the woman suggest the man speak to? A. Mr. Brown. B. Mr. Smith. C. Mrs. Brown. 2. What is the woman probably going to do next? A. Go over the list. B. Go shopping. C. Go for an outing. 3. What’s the possible relationship between the two speakers? A. Classmates. B. Teacher and student. C. Principal and student. 4. Where does this conversation probably take place? A. In an office. B. In a garage. C. In a taxi. 5. When will the man begin to stay in the hotel? A. On Tuesday. B. On Wednesday. C. On Friday. 第二节 (共 15 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 15 分) 听下面 5 段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题,从每题所给的 A、B、C 三个选项 中选出最佳选项, 并标在试卷的相应位置。 听每段对话或独白前, 你将有时间阅读各个小题, 每小题 5 秒钟;听完后,各小题将给出 5 秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。 听第 6 段材料,回答第 6 至 8 题。 6. What does the boy want to do? A. Go abroad. B. Live by himself. C. Find a job. 7. What does the mother expect the boy to do? A. Rely on himself. B. Stay with them. C. Sell newspapers. 8. How does the mother feel about the boy’s job? A. Proud. B. Hopeful. C. Doubtful. 听第 7 段材料,回答第 9 至 11 题。 9. What season is it now? A. Spring. B. Autumn. C. Winter. 10. What do we know about the man? A. He likes sports. B. He hates the cold weather. C. He never does housework. 11. What is the weather like now? A. Cloudy. B. Sunny. C. Snowy. 听第 8 段材料,回答第 12 至 14 题。 12. What’s wrong with the man? A. He broke his left arm. B. He broke his right leg. C. His left foot hurts.

13. What did the doctor tell the man to do? A. Touch the ground. B. Lie in bed all the time. C. Have an X-ray. 14. How soon will the man recover at least? A. In about 2 weeks. B. In about a week. C. In about 3 days. 听第 9 段材料,回答第 15 至 17 题。 15. Why has the man never chatted online before? A. He has got too old a computer. B. He hasn’t bought a computer. C. He has no interest in chatting online. 16. What does the man ask the woman to download for him? A. MP3 files. B. New software. C. A TV show. 17. What does the woman tell about Friends’ forums? A. Some of the Friends’ stars are sure to show up there. B. One can chat to people who have common interests. C. One may clearly know who you’re talking to there. 听第 10 段材料,回答第 18 至 20 题。 18. How many times does one’s heart beat per minute during aerobic exercise? A. 140. B. 100. C. 114. 19. What is the man’s advice? A. Eating big meals every day. B. Five small meals every day. C. Eating no food at night. 20. Which of the following is mentioned in the talk? A. Boxing. B. Walking. C. Cycling. 第二部分 英语知识运用 (共两节, 满分 35 分) 第一节 单项填空 (共 15 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 15 分) 请认真阅读下面各题,从题中所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出最佳选项,并在答题 卡上将该项涂黑。 21. —Did Susanna visit you again ________ next year? —No, it was almost ten years before she came to see me ________ second time. A. the; a B. the; 不填 C. a; the D. a, a 22. —May I remind you that a Mr. Zhang is waiting downstairs, sir? —Oh, dear. I ________ about it. A. forget B. forgot C. have forgotten D. had forgotten 23. Now my hometown is not at all _______ a traveler who visited it ten years ago can expect. A. that B. what C. which D. where 24. _______ from endless homework on weekends, the students now find their own activities, such as attending school literature clubs. A. Having freed B. Freeing C. To be freed D. Freed 25. —I can’t find my favourite magazine. —I saw Jack going away with ________, but I’m not sure whether it’s yours. A. it B. that C. one D. some 26. —Peter looks sleepy. —So ________ if you had a fever.

A. did you B. would you C. you did D. you would 27. —I expected him to be nervous before his speech, but he was as cool as a cucumber. —He _______ it carefully. A. could have prepared B. shouldn’t have prepared C. must have prepared D. can’t have prepared 28. An official said the plan had also taken migrant workers into account, ________ medical care would be provided even if they didn’t have a stable job. A. for whom B. for which C. with whom D. with which 29. Men will ________ all the natural resources if they continue consuming them like that. A. run out B. wipe out C. drop out D. hold out 30. —I believe Tom to be a great businessman like Bill Gates in the future. —Why do you think so? —Because he is ________ in business. A. as hungry as a lion B. as sharp as a spear C. as busy as a bee D. as sly as a fox 31. When the environmentally friendly cars came onto the market, many people were eager to buy them ________ the price. A. wherever B. however C. whichever D. whatever 32. —Why are you looking so worried? —I sent an email to my son in America last week, but no reply ________. A. was received B. had received C. has received D. has been received 33. A proper approach to ________ your learning efficiency is of great significance to every student. A. improving B. improve C. be improving D. having improved 34. —Don’ t you agree with what he said at the meeting? —Yes, ________! It can’t be better. A. approximately B. incredibly C. probably D. absolutely 35. —I really don’t know whether I can be admitted to dream university in a month. —________. Everything is possible. A. Take it easy B. Just ignore it C. Never give up D. Take your time 第二节 完形填空 (共 20 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 20 分) 请认真阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出最佳选项,并 在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 You may have heard of Osceola McCarty, an 88-year-old woman in Mississippi who had worked for over 75 years as a 36 woman. One day after she retired, she went to the bank and discovered that her small monthly 37 had grown to over $ 150,000. Then to everyone’s surprise, she turned around and 38 almost all of the money to the University of Southern Mississippi (USM) for a 39 fund for students with financial needs. Immediately, she made national 40 . What you have not heard is how Osceola’s gift had 41 my life. I am 19 years old and the first 42 of an Osceola McCarty Scholarship. I was a 43 student, and I was determined to go to USM. But I 44 being qualified for a regular scholarship by one point on the entrance exams, and a scholarship was the 45 way I could attend.

One Sunday, I came across the story in the paper about Osceola McCarty and her generous 46 . The next day I went to the financial aid office, and they told me there was still no money 47 for me, but if anything came up they’d call. A few days later, I was going out with my mother 48 the phone rang. I was told I had been chosen to be given the first Osceola McCarty Scholarship. I was 49 ! McCarty worked hard her whole life, washing clothes by hand. Now that she is 50 , she sits most of the day and reads the Bible, that is, when she is not getting rewards. Every time I go to visit her, she has a new 51 . She’s even gone to the White House. She is so happy and proud. We have tried to talk her into getting a VCR (录像机) so she can tape the programs and see 52 on TV—she just smiles. McCarty gave me much more than a scholarship. She taught me about the gift of 53 . Now I know there are good people in the world who do good things. She worked hard and helped others, and in turn she has inspired me to 54 when I can some day. So 55 I plan to add to her scholarship fund. 36. A. café B. buffet C. laboratory D. laundry 37. A. expenses B. profits C. savings D. wages 38. A. returned B. donated C. delivered D. removed 39. A. welfare B. project C. scholarship D. research 40. A. headlines B. customs C. sympathies D. doubts 41. A. affected B. formed C. disturbed D. ruined 42. A. designer B. receiver C. contributor D. reporter 43. A. considerate B. dedicated C. casual D. sensitive 44. A. advocated B. regretted C. missed D. avoided 45. A. normal B. wrong C. legal D. only 46. A. gift B. idea C. decision D. plan 47. A. left B. raised C. available D. enough 48. A. since B. before C. though D. when 49. A. shocked B. excited C. puzzled D. encouraged 50. A. retired B. dismissed C. promoted D. transferred 51. A. job B. hobby C. life D. award 52. A. everybody B. everything C. herself D. us 53. A. giving B. understanding C. receiving D. loving 54. A. give up B. give back C. give off D. give in 55. A. suddenly B. originally C. gradually D. eventually 第三部分 阅读理解 (共 15 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 30 分) 请认真阅读下列短文,从短文后各题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出最佳选项,并 在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 A Why You Should Celebrate Your Mistakes When you make a mistake, big or small, cherish (珍视) it like it’s the most precious thing in the world. Because in some ways, it is. Most of us feel bad when we make mistakes, beat ourselves up about it, feel like failures, get mad at ourselves. And that’s only natural: most of us have been taught from a young age that mistakes are bad, that

we should try to avoid mistakes. We’ve been scolded when we make mistakes—at home, school and work. Maybe not always, but probably enough times to make feeling bad about mistakes an unconscious reaction. Yet without mistakes, we could not learn or grow. If you think about it that way, mistakes should be cherished and celebrated for being one of the most amazing things in the world: they make learning possible; they make growth and improvement possible. By trial and error—trying things, making mistakes, and learning from those mistakes—we have figured out how to make electric light, to paint the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel, to fly. Mistakes make walking possible for the smallest toddler, make speech possible, make works of genius possible. Think about how we learn: we don’t just consume information about something and instantly know it or know how to do it. You don’t just read about painting, or writing, or computer programming, or baking, or playing the piano, and know how to do them right away. Instead, you get information about something, from reading or from another person or from observing usually … then you construct a model in your mind … then you test it out by trying it in the real world … then you make mistakes … then you revise the model based on the results of your real-world experimentation … and repeat, making mistakes, learning from those mistakes, until you’ve pretty much learned how to do something. That’s how we learn as babies and toddlers, and how we learn as adults. Mistakes are how we learn to do something new—because if you succeed at something, it’s probably something you already knew how to do. You haven’t really grown much from that success—at most it’s the last step on your journey, not the whole journey. Most of the journey was made up of mistakes, if it’s a good journey. So if you value learning, if you value growing and improving, then you should value mistakes. They are amazing things that make a world of brilliance possible. 56. Why do most of us feel bad about making mistakes? A. Because mistakes make us suffer a lot. B. Because it’s a natural part in our life. C. Because we’ve been taught so from a young age. D. Because mistakes have ruined many people’s careers. 57. According to the passage, what is the right attitude to mistakes? A. We should try to avoid making mistakes. B. We should owe great inventions mainly to mistakes. C. We should treat mistakes as good chances to learn. D. We should make feeling bad about mistakes an unconscious reaction. 58. The underlined word “toddler” in Paragraph Six probably means _______. A. a small child learning to walk B. a kindergarten child learning to draw C. a primary pupil learning to read D. a school teenager learning to write 59. We can learn from the passage that _______. A. most of us can really grow from success B. growing and improving are based on mistakes C. mistakes are the most precious things in the world D. we read about something and know how to do it right away B (BBC News April 18) All flights in and out of the UK and several other European countries have

been cancelled as ash from a volcanic eruption in Iceland moves south. Up to 4,000 flights are being cancelled with airspace closed in Norway, Sweden, Finland and Denmark among others. The UK’s air traffic control service (Nats) said no flights would be allowed in UK airspace until at least 07:00 BST on Friday for fear of engine damage. Safety group Eurocontrol said the problem could last for 48 hours. The volcano is still erupting and the wind direction is expected to continue bringing clouds into UK and European airspace for some time to come. The UK’s airspace restriction was the worst in living memory, a Nats spokesman said. Some 600,000 people are thought to have been affected. Nats suggested that the restrictions were unlikely to be lifted (解除) after 07:00, saying it was “very unlikely that the situation over England will improve in the foreseeable future”. Passengers were advised to contact their carriers before travelling. Transport Secretary Lord Adonis said he was “closely monitoring the situation” and would be meeting with key transport officials on Friday morning. Experts have warned that the tiny particles of rock, glass and sand contained in the ash cloud from the still-erupting volcano could be sufficient to jam aircraft engines. The Health Protection Agency said the ash from the eruption did not bring a significant risk to public health because of its high altitude. However, the British Lung Foundation has warned people with lung conditions to keep their medication (医疗护理) with them as a precautionary measure. These are some of the knock-on effects: ● Eurocontrol says Germany is monitoring the situation and considering partial airspace closures. ● The two main airports in Paris and many others in the north of France are closing. ● There is severe disruption (崩溃) in France and Spain, where all northbound flights are cancelled. ● Nats is due to make an announcement shortly as to the arrangements that will be in place through to 13:00 BST on Friday. ● British Airways offers refunds or an option to rebook after all its domestic flights are suspended. Flybe announces it has cancelled all flights up until 13:00 BST on Friday and more than 25 services due to run after that. British sports teams have been hit by travel problems after flights were grounded. 60. What may passengers do on hearing the news according to the passage? A. They may cancel their international flights. B. They may contact the airlines before traveling. C. They may take measures to protect their lungs from the ash. D. They may stay indoors till the volcanic eruption dies down. 61. Why have some European countries cancelled flights after the volcanic eruption? A. Because the volcanic ash may make passengers ill. B. Because people refuse to take the international flights. C. Because the volcanic ash may jam or damage the engine. D. Because the flights may be hit by the rocks from the eruption. 62. Which of the following statements is true according to the passage?

A. All the flights are likely to return to normal in 48 hours. B. British people had experienced a worse airspace restriction before that. C. Germany is monitoring the situation and considering closing all airspace. D. The UK airspace restrictions are unlikely to be lifted in the foreseeable future. C How has smoking been controlled in recent years? People were asked to stop smoking in a range of public places—such as doctors’ surgeries, cinemas, theatres and churches—over the second half of the 20th century but it was after the King’s Cross Underground fire on November 18, 1987, caused by a cigarette end which resulted in 31 deaths, that restrictions on smoking in public places gained rapid and widespread acceptance. How did a ban on smoking in public places come into place? In 1998 the Smoking Kills White Paper set out a national strategy to reduce smoking prevalence (流行) and passive smoking, including in public places. The measures were voluntary and poorly carried out. After a public conference in England in 2004, the Government decided to choose for lawmaking. Scotland went first, with a ban in 2006, followed by the other nations a year later. What is the current law? Any person who smokes in enclosed public places, including pubs, offices, on public transport and work vehicles, is breaking the law. It does not extend to private houses. It is also an offence for people in charge of premises (营业场所) to permit others to smoke in them. How was it received? It was welcomed by most organizations—except for some pub owners and restaurateurs. Many workplaces in the UK had already introduced smoke-free policies consistent with the legislation (法律,法规) before it was carried out, while others have gone beyond its basic requirements. All railway facilities, including platforms, footbridges and other areas—whether or not fitting the definition of an enclosed public space—are covered, as are all football grounds and some cricket and athletics stadiums. School grounds are not required to be smoke-free under the legislation, but the majority now are. How has it been forced? Compliance (服从) in public premises has been high, with inspections suggesting that 99 per cent of places were sticking to the rules. The number of people charged for smoking in cars has been very low, which was due to the problems defining and identifying “work” vehicles. They said that a total ban on smoking in vehicles would end this confusion. Has it improved health? Studies in early adopters of the law, including in Scotland, suggest a reduction in hospital admissions for heart disease, which has been shown to be linked to passive smoking. There is also strong evidence of improved rates of smoking end and a drop in the number of cigarettes consumed by those who continue to smoke. 63. When did the first law come out to ban smoking in public places? A. 1987. B. 1998. C. 2004. D. 2006. 64. Which of the following behaviors may NOT be against the law? A. Jack often smokes in the office when he is alone. B. A taxi driver is smoking with a lady in his car.

C. Tom smokes while thinking of his future at home. D. Max smokes for relaxation during time-out in the stadium. 65. Who might feel unhappy about the law according to the article? A. A restaurant owner. B. A company manager. C. A car owner. D. A policy maker. 66. What can you infer from the article? A. Most heart diseases have been proved to be linked to passive smoking. B. A new law will soon come out with a total ban on smoking in vehicles. C. The 1987 fire has convinced more people that smoking is bad for health. D. Most of the school grounds are not smoke-free, as it is not banned in the law. D I don’t like getting up too early unless I have to. When you’re filming, you’ve got make-up on, which doesn’t happen often. As I’m not filming at present I’ll get up at 8.30. Work normally means Matt coming over to my house about 10 am. We’re writing at the moment. We’ll chat for a bit before going to my study. One of us will have an idea for a sketch (梗概), we’ll talk about the characters and when we feel we have enough we’ll start writing. Matt and I met at the National Youth Theatre in 1990 and started doing shows together in ’95, at the Edinburgh Fringe festival. We know we’re onto something if we’ve made each other laugh, and that’s a really special moment. It’s not always like that, but we’re comfortable enough with each other that we can be honest and go. Some days you’re not in the mood to be funny—like writing when my dad was dying of cancer, or when Matt was separating from his partner. We stop for lunch and sometimes go to Wagamama in Camden, but the last time we were followed by paparazzi (狗仔队), which gets you down—who wants to be pictured eating noodles? When I’m not writing with Matt I work on other projects. My second children’s book comes out later in the year. It’s called Mr. Stink. The first one I dedicated to my three-year-old nephew, Eddie. Both books have been illustrated by Quentin Blake; it’s been a thrill to work with him—like 20 years ago reading a Roald Dahl book and looking at those drawings, then one day that person illustrates your work… magical. At 5 I go swimming in Soho. My trainer makes me do horrible exercises, but I always feel better after. Being in all day, I like to go out in the evening and look smart, but not like I’ve come out of the City. I’m a tall, broad guy and well-dressed. For dinner I’ll meet friends. When you’re a single guy it’s great to have some good female friends. Or I might take my mum to the theatre, as I know she really appreciates it. I like watching TV comedy shows to see what everyone’s doing. When you see something impressive it makes you work harder. I also love Larkin’s poems: they don’t try to transcend (超越) the commonplace; they’re much more straightforward. Poetry is great to dip into before going to bed, rather than falling asleep reading a novel and being confused over what you’ve read or not. I haven’t had a good night’s sleep in seven years; unfortunately, I rely on pills. I’ve tried everything. If I could wish anything for myself, I’d wish I could sleep better. 67. It can be inferred from the passage that _______. A. the author spends much time with his friends B. the author and Matt are both famous in the district C. the author doesn’t care much about what to wear

D. the author works at home and seldom goes out every day 68. Where does the passage most likely appear? A. In a travel diary. B. In a news column. C. In an online diary. D. In a research paper. 69. Why does the author read some poetry before going to bed? A. Because poetry can often bring him some funny ideas. B. Because poetry is much easier to understand than novels. C. Because poetry is very abstract and reflects unusual things. D. Because poetry can be of some help for him to kill time. 70. What might be the best title for the passage? A. A day’s work with Matt B. A new life-style C. A life in the day D. A good way to write 第Ⅱ (两部分 共 35 分) 卷 第四部分 任务型阅读 (共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 请认真阅读下列短文,并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。 注意:每个空格只填 1 个单词。请将答案写在答题卡上相应题号的横线上。 Some days you wake up and right when you are going to begin your work, you feel a presence within you that stops you from doing so. You don’t want to work today and you don’t feel motivated to do anything but just escape. Without this motivation, you feel a little hopeless, lost, and stuck. But sometimes even if there is no motivation, you can still feel inspired. Connect the Dots Steve Jobs has never finished college. After studying in college for 6 months, he couldn’t see the value in it and dropped out. Not knowing where to go in life, he decided to take a class in calligraphy (书法). Ten years later, he designed something that has affected the different types of typography (排版) that we use today. If he hadn’t dropped out in college, he would never have taken that calligraphy class, and personal computers might not have the wonderful typography. Sometimes when you’re trying to reach a goal, it’s impossible to connect the dots where you currently are. Somehow you just have to trust yourself, and have faith that you will reach your dreams, despite not having the slightest clue or perfectly laid-out road to where you are going. Nobody can connect the dots looking forward; you only can connect them when you’re looking backwards. You have to trust that the dots will somehow connect in the future; you have to trust in something, whether it’s destiny (天数,命运) or not, but trusting yourself is the first step towards feeling inspired and having the motivation to move forward. Perfect Your Environment Look around your room right now or your workspace. Does it inspire you? Does it give you motivation? Is it noisy or quiet? Sometimes the hardest thing we do to ourselves is try to force ourselves to work in an area that is subconsciously telling us, “I can’t work here.” And when you are constantly trying to discipline yourself, you will feel worse and be less productive. Instead try to build your ideal workplace and ideal time. Perhaps add a piece of artwork or a quote of your favorite person nearby you on the wall. Maybe add a beautiful plant in the corner to give you inspiration. If you feel more energy and enthusiasm during the night, schedule your day to work at midnight if you can. If you can realize the power of having a productive environment, you will naturally feel inspired and motivated to get work done. Don’t Work So Hard

If you’re trying to force your way into taking action, it could be a sign that you are working too hard. Most people won’t wake up and waste an hour imagining, thinking further, or confirming, and the first thing they think about is asking “what do I need to do today?” And when they get the answer, they feel miserable, as if their work suddenly weighs them down. But if you spend time focusing on your goals, you’ll receive good feelings—feelings that help you feel inspired and motivated to take real action. Don’t try to paddle upstream. That just basically equals saying to yourself that you need to force yourself to work hard every day. Instead, paddle along the stream of the river. Trust yourself, let your environment work in your favor, and spend some a little bit of time putting yourself in a state before you work. Inspiration will come to you from different ways—inside and outside—and give you the motivation to guide yourself towards reaching your dreams. Brief Introduction Lacking motivation makes you feel (71) ▲ to do anything and even feel hopeless, lost and stuck. However you can still feel inspired sometimes though you don’t have (72) ▲ . ●Steve Jobs’ success indicates that the dots will somehow connect in the future, (74) ▲ the fact that you don’t have the slightest clue or perfectly laid-out road to where you go currently. ●Just (75) ▲ yourself that you will reach your goal, which is the first step towards inspiration and motivation. ●The worst thing is that you’re (76) ▲ to work in an area where you are unable to work. ●You are supposed to build an ideal workplace and ideal time, and then you will be likely to feel better and (77) ▲ more. ●A perfect environment will naturally (78) ▲ you feel inspired and motivated. Forcing your way into taking action could be a sign that you are working too hard but (79) ▲ on your goals could help you feel inspired and motivated to take real action. (80) ▲ of forcing yourself to work hard every day, you need to trust yourself, build a favorable environment, spend time putting yourself in a state and surely you will get inspiration to guide you towards achieving your dreams.

Connect the dots

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Summary

第五部分 书面表达 (满分 25 分) 下图反映了家长给孩子送饭的常见现象。对此,家长、老师、学生都有各自的看法。请根据 下表所提示的信息,用英文写一篇短文。

注意:1.对所给要点逐一陈述,适当发挥,不要简单翻译。 2.词数 150 左右。开头已经写好,不计入总词数。 3.作文中不得提及考生所在学校和本人姓名。 Nowadays it’s common for parents to bring much delicious food to their children at school. _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________ 参考答案 1—5 ABACA 6—10 BACCB 11—15 ACCAA 16—20 CBABC 21—25 ABBDC 26—30 BCABB 31—35 DDADC 36—40 DCBCA 41—45 ABBCD 46—50 ACDBA 51—55 DCABD 56—60 CCABB 61—65 CDDCA 66—70 BBCDC 71. unwilling 72. motivation 73. How / Ways 74. despite 75. trust 76. forced / made 77. produce 78. help / make 79. focusing / concentrating 80. Instead One possible version: Nowadays it’s common for parents to bring much delicious food to their children at school. Parents, teachers and students have different opinions. Many parents don’t think school food caters to their children’s taste. They think it their responsibility to satisfy their children’s needs. As for teachers, they understand what parents do for their children, yet the situation will bring about some problems, such as food safety. We students should be grateful to our parents for their selfless love. Of course, with parents preparing delicious food and helping do all the washing, we can eat properly and have more time to study. However, if we are always under the protection of our parents, we can’t develop our own ability to live independently. So I think we students should not only learn the book knowledge, but also learn to live independently, which will make a difference to our work and life in the future.


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