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Part I Reading Comprehension (30%) Passage 1 Questions 1 to 5 are based on the following passage: For 20 months the wrecked Costa Concordia has been lying on its side near the coast of Giglio, a small Italian island. But on Tuesday, as part of the largest salvage ( 打捞 ) operation ever conducted, the large ship was finally moved to the upright position. The next step is for the vessel to be removed from the area entirely. The Costa Concordia is twice the weight of the Titanic. The ship itself didn ' t budge (稍微移动) for the first three hours of the operation, Sergio Girotto told reporters. He and other engineers worked for 19 hours before Concordia was declared completely upright. The Costa Concordia capsized on January 13, 2012, after its captain, Francesco Schettino, brought the ship too close to the shore. The ship hit coastal rocks, which caused serious damage and allowed water to pour in. (76) Most of the 4200 people on board made it to land safely, but more than 30 people were killed in the disaster. Two people remain missing. The Concordia 's captain is currently on trial for causing a shipwreck and abandoning his ship. The operation to right the ship is called parbuckling. While parbuckling is a standard operation to right capsized ships, it has never before been used on such a large ship. (77) Workers had been waiting for favorable weather condition to undertake the operation. On Monday, authorities gave the final go-ahead. The process was expected to take no more than 12 hours. But problems with the large system of steel chains caused delays. Engineers worked through the night using cables and metal water tanks to roll the ship onto special platforms. The Concordia is expected to be pulled away from Giglio in the spring of 2014 and turned into scrap metal (废金属). The ship's owner, Costa Cruises, will pay for the recovery, which has already cost more than $800 million. 1. Which of the following is the best title for the passage? A. Ship Safety Management B. Shipwrecks: an Environmental Threat C. The Costa Concordia Disaster D. The Costa Concordia Salvage 2. The word " capsized " in the third paragraph is closest in meaning to A. turned over B. delayed C. departed D. set sail 3 According to the passage, the Concordia' s captain has been charged with causing the crash and ________. A. drug use B. alcohol abuse C. abandoning his post D. setting fire 4. According to the passage, which of the following statements is TRUE? A. The Costa Concordia is three times the weight of the Titanic. B. Engineers in Italy have successfully righted the wrecked Concordia after an operation that lasted around 12 hours. C. The salvage operation went ahead despite bad weather conditions. D. As a common means of righting wrecked ships, parbuckling had never been carried out on a vessel of the Concordia's size. 5. What will happen to the Concordia eventually? A. It will be pulled away to be broken up for scrap metal. B. It will be repaired and put into use again. C. It will be turned into a museum for tourists. D. It will be sunk to the ocean floor. Passage 2 Questions 6 to 10 are based on the following passage: (78) Would you risk your life for a country that considered you a second class citizen? Would you join a military that asked you to risk sacrificing your life but separated you from other soldiers because of the color of your skin? That is precisely what the Tuskegee Airmen did. They were brave, intelligent, African-American men and women who fought for the United States in World War II. In 1940, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt agreed to allow African Americans to fly airplanes in the military. Before that, African Americans could only serve in the Armed Forces as part of the ground troops. The first African American airmen reported for duty in 1941. They began their training outside of Tuskegee, Alabama. (79) The soldiers were completely separated by race and the two races could not communicate. About 450 African American pilots finished the training. These men were the original Tuskegee Airmen. The Tuskegee Airmen had an amazing record. They did not lose any of the bombers they were escorting (护航). When the war was over in 1945, the Tuskegee Airmen were heroes. But when they returned to America, they were appalled to find out that they were still treated like second-class citizens. They faced the same segregation (种族隔离) and discrimination (歧视) as they had before they began their training. Frederick Henry, one of the original Tuskegee Airmen, lives in Detroit, Michigan. Because he was from the North, he would often forget the segregation rules of the South. Once, Henry was on a bus alone with a white bus driver. Soon, after the two had talked for a while, a wave of other passengers came on the bus. A problem arose when some white passengers were still standing, which was against the rules. Henry was put off the bus, even though he was the first person to board the bus and had paid his fare. One thing did change, however. In 1948, President Harry S. Truman signed an executive order prohibiting segregation in the military. Eventually, the Tuskegee Airmen were officially thanked for their amazing efforts in the war. 6. Which of the following is the best title for the passage? A. American Soldiers in World War II B. American Civil Rights Movement C. The Tuskegee Airmen D. Racial Discrimination in the U. S. 7. What docs the word "appalled " in the third paragraph probably mean? A. Reluctant. B. Pleased. C. Shocked. D. Relieved. 8. It can be inferred from the passage that Henry ________. A. refused to give up his seat to a white passenger B. refused to pay his bus fare C. had a fight with the bus driver D. was the last person to board the bus. 9. In ________, President Harry S. Truman ordered to end military segregation. A. 1940 B. 1941 C. 1945 D. 1948 10. According to the passage, which of the following statements about the Tuskegee Airmen is TRUE? A. In World War II, they never lost a bomber to enemy fire. B. They were the first group of black soldiers ever trained by the ground troops. C. They were not subjected to racial discrimination in the army. D. They were already soldiers in the ground troops before their training at Tuskegee began. Passage 3 Questions 11 to 15 are based on the following passage: Coffee is a powerful drink. On a personal level, it helps keep us awake and active. (80) On a much general level, it has helped shape our history and continues to shape our culture. Coffee plants grow wild in parts of Africa and were probably used by travelling tribes ( 部落) for thousands of years , but it wasn't until the 1400s that people figured out they could roast its seeds. "Then it really took off,"said historian Mark Pendergrast-author of Uncommon Grounds: the History of Coffee and How It Transformed Our World. By the 1500s, the drink had spread to coffeehouses across the Arab world Within another 150 years,it took Europe by storm."It actually had a major impact on the rise of business, " Pendergrast says. Coffeehouses became a spot not just to enjoy a cup but to exchange ideas. The insurance industry was founded hundreds of years ago in one of London's 2,000 coffeehouses. Literature, newspapers and even the works of great composers like Bach and Beethoven were also inspired in coffeehouses. It is often said that after the Boston Tea Party of 1773, when American colonists (殖民者 attacked British tea ships and threw large boxes of tea into the harbor, Americans everywhere switched over to drinking coffee."There's a lot of truth to the story, I found," Pendergrast says. He mentions a letter John Adams wrote to his wife, Abigail, in which the Founding Father declares his love of tea but says he will have to learn to accept coffee instead, because drinking tea had become unpatriotic (不爱国的)。 For all the upsides coffee has brought the modem world, it also brought its fair share of downsides, too. Europeans carried coffee with them as they colonized various parts of the world, and this frequently meant they made people into slaves in order to grow it. 11. According to the passage, which of the following has nothing to do with coffee? A. Literature. B. Newspapers. C The insurance industry. D. The oil industry. 12. According to the passage, which of the following is NOT TRUE? A. The Boston Tea Party took place in 1773. B. Europeans figured out ways to use coffee during the 1670s. C. During the 1770s, more and more Americans began to drink coffee* D. Coffee is a refreshing drink. 13.The author of the book believes that . A. drinking coffee was unpatriotic B. 2000 insurance companies were set up hundreds of years ago C. Europeans were responsible for the existence of slavery D. coffee actually influenced the rise of business 14. The phrase "took off" in the second paragraph means "______ " . A. dropped to the ground B. became very successful C. removed its coat D. went away suddenly 15. Which of the following is an appropriate title for this passage? A. When Coffee Became Popular B. Coffee Is a Powerful Drink C. How Coffee Influenced the Course of History D. What Impact Coffee Has on Human Behavior Part II Vocabulary and Structure (30%) Directions: In this part there are 30 incomplete sentences. For each sentence there are four choices marked A,B, C and D. Choose the ONE answer that best completes the sentence. Then blacken the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet. 16 We don't need air conditioning,______ A. nor can we afford it B. neither can afford it C. nor we can afford it D. neither we can afford it 17 Could you find someone ______? A for me to play tennis with B. play tennis with C for me to play tennis D. play tennis 18 “You are too self-centered. It's high time you ______that you are not the most important person in the world,” Edgar said to his boss angrily. A realized B. have realized C. realize D. should realize 19. The government cannot operate effectively______it is free from such interference. A. so long as B. so that C. unless D. because 20. If I had remembered ______ the window, the thief would not have got in. A. to close B. closing C. to have closed D. having closed 21. In Britain, the best season of the year is probably______spring. A. later B. latter C. last D. late 22. If it ______tomorrow, the basketball match has to be canceled. A. rain B. rains C. rained D. will rain 23. ______ Pacific Ocean is______ very large sea to the west of North and South America, and to the east of Asia and Australia. A. The; a B. A; the C. The; the D. A; a 24. Neither his fellow workers nor Tod himself_____to the solution put forward by the employer A. agree B. agrees C. agreeing D. to agree 25. If only I______hard in the past few months! But I didn't work hard enough and failed the maths examination. A. work B. worked C. have worked D. had worked 26. None of us knew how the change had come______. A. across B. about C. over D. down 27. The price of fish is______during the Spring Festival. A. expensive B. high C. valuable D. dear 28. He offered to_____her a hand as the bag was too heavy for her to carry. A. lend B. help C. show D. borrow 29. Do you mind if I______ the mistakes in your report? A. pick up B. put up C. call out D. point out 30.They told me it would be cheap but it cost me nearly $ 500______. A. in general B. in a word C. in detail D. in fact 31. Having been found guilty, the man was given a severe______by the judge. A. service B. sentence C. crime D. crisis 32. Frankfurt, Germany, is one of the most ______ populated regions in Western Europe, A. densely B.vastly C. enormously D. largely 33. Jean did not have time to go to the concert last night because she was bus______for her history examination. A. to prepare B. preparing C to be prepared D. being prepared 34. By the end of this month, we surely______ a satisfactory solution to the problem. A. have found B. will be finding C. will have found D. are finding 35. Helen was much kinder to her youngest child than she was to the others, ______, of course, made the others jealous. A. whom B. that C. what D. which 36. Linda, ______ has lived next door to me about 10 years, will move to another city soon. A, who B. which C. that D. what 37. The visitors felt greatly surprised at______they saw in the museum. A. who B. whose C. how D. what 38. On no account______held responsible for the accident. A. the driver can be B. can the driver be C. the driver does be D. does the driver be 39.______ by his friend for his mistake, Jim felt very unhappy. A. Criticizing B. To criticize C. Criticized D. Having criticized 40. Our sports meet is planned to take place______Saturday morning. A. in B. at C. on D. of 41. You can't afford to let the situation get worse. You must take ______to put it right. A.decisions B. directions C. sides D. steps 42. How these big stones were moved to the mountain tops remains a______, that is, nobody knows how. A. mystery B. possibility C responsibility D. faith 43. Michael Jackson traveled and sang all around the world, ______ his audience with music, dance and fashion. A. entertaining B. awarding C. giving D. proving 44. To improve efficiency the factory______most of its workers with robots. A. operated B. replaced C. contributed D. accomplished 45. -Fred: Hi, Paul, do you live near here? -Paul: ______.I moved out to the suburbs. A. Hi, Fred, how do you do? B. Hi, Fred, I' m very well, thanks. C. Yes, I do. D. No, I don't. Part III Identification (10%) Directions: Each of the following sentences has four underlined parts remarked A, B, C and D. Identify the one that is not correct. Then blacken the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet. 46. She looks forward every spring to walk in the flower-lined garden. A B C D 47. The reason which he was absent from school yesterday is that he was ill. A B C D 48. Last week a old friend of mine came to Beijing and paid me a visit. A B C D 49. In China today, most university students are depend on their parents for fiance aid. A B C D 50. Shanghai is the most largest city by population in the People’s Republic of China. A B C D 51. Now a lot of young people in the village, unlike his parents, choose to make a living in cities. A B C D 52. I don't feel like to go for a swim in the sea because the wind is blowing hard. A B C D 53.That was because of her cruelty that we all hated her. A B C D 54. There will be three hundreds of students taking part in the speech contest. A B C D 55.In recent years, tourist companies have succeeded in selling us the idea that the farther we go, A B C our holiday will be the better. D Part IV Cloze (10%) Directions: There are 20 blanks in the following passage, and for each blank there are 4 choices marked A,B, C and D at the end of the passage. You should choose ONE answer that best fits into the passage. Then blacken the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet. The mind-success connection is strong, and many obstacles to our success are also mental. Some people rely more on facts, 56 others rely more on feelings. There is no “right way” to be, but we all have the natural ability to “feel” our way successfully 57 an unlighted path. I learned this 58 I was standing on a curb (路边) in a city in Vietnam (越南). My objective, a restaurant where my husband Tom was 59 for me, stood on the 60 side of the street, I was 61 and could smell the food. But it seemed as if the restaurant were miles away. The street was 62 with motor cycles, bicycles, cars, trucks and buses. Rather than 63 the traffic into two lanes, the yellow lane markers apparently served only to 64 that you were on a paved (铺设的) road. People passed,stopped, turned around and crossed center lines. Traffic flowed both ways in the same lane, and more traffic turned onto the street from side ones. Even when the signal tight turned red, traffic 65 to flow as drivers entirely 66 the signal, rushing to me from front, back, sides and all angles. I was ready to abandon lunch with Tom when a local gentleman 67 my arm. In English, he kindly said, “Crossing the street is not a problem, 68 a dance.” With that we stepped 69 the curb and into the chaos (混乱). My heart 70 faster as we walked slowly across. 71 greeting us with sharp horns and angry shouts, drivers saw and adjusted to us. As long as we made no sudden 72 , we were fine. I felt as if we were gracefully swimming 73 a school of fish. The traffic flowed smoothly around us, in all directions. 74 I knew it, we were across. Learning to dance through the chaos of traffic is just 75 your feelings. It's a combination of intention, timing and trust. 56. A. as B while C. where D. when 57. A. along B. with C. beside D. under 58. A. where B. what C. when D. which 59. A. waiting B. looking C. expecting D. seeing 60. A. opposed B. nearby C. different D. opposite 61. A. earnest B. hungry C splendid D. worried 62. A. grouped B. pressed C. crowded D. provided 63. A. dividing B. combining C. cutting D. joining 64. A. strengthen B. conclude C indicate D. express 65 . A.responded B.trans formed C.recovered D.continued 66. A. respected B. ignored C. remembered D. misunderstood 67. A. hit B. led C. took D. struck 68. A. besides B. but C. rather D. except 69. A. off B. on C. with D. for 70. A. beat B. moved C.leapt D.jumped 71. A. Regardless of B. In spite of C For lack of D. Instead of 72. A. recognitions B. suspicions C movements D. enjoyments 73. A. under B. through C. above D. between 74. A. Although B. After C. Where D. Before 75. A. following B. considering C. astonishing D. appreciating Part V Translation (20%) Section A 76. Most of the 4,200 people on board made it to land safely, but more than 30 people were killed in the disaster. 77. Workers had been waiting for favorable weather conditions to undertake the operation. 78. Would you risk your life for a country that considered you a second-class citizen? 79. The soldiers were completely separated by race and the two races could not communicate. 80. On a much general level, it has helped shape our history and continues to shape our culture. Section B

81. 像往常一样, 他们又迟到了。 82. 他们不知道如何应对压力。 83. 在暑期,孩子们参观了一个农场。 84. 我昨天看的那部电影是一个真实的故事。 85. 我们正急忙赶往机场去接史密斯先生。 Keys: 1-5 DACDA 6-10 CCADA 11-15 DBDBC 16-20 AAACA 21-25 DBABD 26-30 BBADD 31-35 BABCD 36-40 ADBCC 41-45 DAABD 46-50 CBBBB 51-55 CAABD 56-60 BACAD 61-65 BCACD 66-70 BCBAA 71-75 DCBDC 76. 船上4200名乘客中的大多数人都安全登陆了,但仍有30多人死于灾难。 77.工人们一直在等待适宜的天气状况,以进行扶正操作。 78. 你会为一个视你为二等公民的国家出生入死么? 79. 士兵们被种族完全隔离,两种种族不交流,不沟通。 80.从更广泛的意义来说,它塑造了我们的历史,并将继续塑造我们的文化。 81. They are late again as usual. 82. They don’t know how to deal with pressure. 83. The kids visited a farm during the summer vacation. 84. The film I saw yesterday was adapted from a real story. 85. We are hurrying to the airport to pick up Mr. Smith. 参考译文 Passage 1: 遇难哥斯达黎加康科迪亚号侧躺在Giglio岛附近的海岸已经有20个月,Giglio岛是意大利的一个小岛。但是在星期二,作为曾进行过的最大的救助打捞的工作的一部分,这艘大船,最后移动扶正了。下一步是把船从该地区完全挪走。 哥斯达黎加康科迪亚的重量是泰坦尼克号的两倍。在三个小时的打捞中船都没有一丝挪动,塞尔吉奥.吉罗托告诉记者。他和其他工程师工作19小时后才宣布迪亚被完全扶正了。 2012年1月13日 哥斯达黎加康科迪亚,由于船长弗朗西斯科.斯凯蒂诺,把船靠海岸太近造成了翻船。船撞上海岸边的岩石,造成了船体的严重破坏,水涌入船。船上4200名乘客中的大多数人都安全登陆了,但仍有30多人死于灾难。两人失踪。康科迪亚的船长由于船只失事和弃船正在造成受讯。 扶正船的方法叫用套拉索拉上。而用套拉索拉上是一个扶正船的标准操作,但它从未被用在这样大的船。(77)工人们一直在等待适宜的天气状况,以进行扶正操作。 星期一,当局发出了最后继续扶正的命令。 这个过程将不超过12小时。但大系统的钢链问题造成了延误。工程师通过使用电缆和金属水箱连夜工作使滚船到特定的平台。 康科迪亚有望在2014的春天被拉离Giglio然后拆解变成废金属。船的主人,歌诗达邮轮,将支付的回收费用,这个费用已超过8,000,000美元。 Passage 2: (78)你会为一个视你为二等公民的国家出生入死么?你会加入一个要求你牺牲生命而因为你皮肤的颜色把你从其他士兵隔离的军队吗?这正是 [美国] 塔斯基吉飞行员做的。他们很勇敢,聪明,他们是第二次世界大战期间曾为美国作战的非洲裔美国男性和女性。 1940,罗斯福总统同意让非洲裔美国人在部队驾驶飞机。在那之前,非洲裔美国人只能作为地面部队的一部分在空军部队服役。1941年第一位非洲裔美国空军人员报到服役。他们开始了在阿拉巴马州的塔斯基吉训练。(79) 士兵们被种族完全隔离,两种种族不交流,不沟通。约450的非洲裔美国飞行员培训成功。这些人就是最早的塔斯克基飞行员。 塔斯克基飞行员有一个惊人的记录。他们没有丢失过他们护航的任何轰炸机。1945年战争结束时,塔斯克基飞行员是英雄。但当他们回到美国后,他们吃惊地发现他们仍然被视为二等公民。他们面临同样的种族隔离和歧视,就像他们他们训练之前一样。 弗雷德里克.亨利,一个最早的塔斯克基飞行员之一,住在密歇根底特律。因为他来自北方,他经常会忘记南方的种族隔离。有一次,亨利坐在公共汽车,巴士司机是个白种人。不久后,两人聊了一会儿。一波乘客上了公共汽车。问题出现时,一些白人乘客仍然站着,这是违反规定的。亨利被退下了车,即使他是第一上车的人而且他也付了车费。 但是有一件事改变了。1948年,杜鲁门总统签署了一项行政命令,禁止军中的种族隔离。最终,塔斯基吉飞行员由于在战争中惊人的努力得到了官方的感谢。 Passage 3: 咖啡是一种强大的饮料。在个人层面上,它可以帮助我们保持头脑清醒和活跃。(80).从更广泛的意义来说,它塑造了我们的历史,并将继续塑造我们的文化。 咖啡植物生长在非洲的部分地区,数千年来很可能是通过旅行部落使用,但直到15世纪初,人们发现他们可以烤咖啡种子。 “那真的是一次起飞,”历史学家MarkPendergrast说----Uncommon Grounds的作者:咖啡的历史和它如何改变了我们的世界。在16世纪在之后的150年,咖啡饮料已经蔓延到整个阿拉伯世界的咖啡馆,它像风暴席卷整个欧洲。”其实已经对商业的兴起产生重大影响,”Pendergrast说。咖啡屋成为不只是为了享受喝一杯而是交流思想的场所。 保险业成立于几百年前伦敦的2000多个咖啡馆中的一个。报纸和文学,甚至像巴赫和贝多芬等伟大作曲家的作品也是在咖啡馆被激发而创作的。 人们常说,1773年波士顿茶党后,当美国殖民者攻击英国茶船致使大箱大箱的茶被进入港口,各地美国人转而饮用咖啡。“我发现对这样事实有很多故事,”Pendergrast说。他提到了一封约翰亚当斯写信给他的妻子阿比盖尔信,在信里其创始人宣称他爱茶,但他说他得学会接受咖啡不喝茶,因为喝茶已经成为不爱国的。 咖啡给现代世界带来正能量了,但它也带来了其公平的缺点。随着欧洲殖民地的扩张,欧洲人把咖啡也带到了世界各地,这常常意味着为了增加它的种植他们要把人变成奴隶。 16A. 考察部分倒装。 17A。考察动词不定式及其逻辑主语。 18A。考察虚拟语气。It is time that .... That 从句中时态用一般过去式。 19C。考察条件状语从句。连词unless 除非...,否则。 20A。考察动词不定式。Remember to do sth. 记得去做 21D。考察词汇。late晚的,迟的; 晚期的; 22B。考察条件状语从句。主将从现现象。 23A。考察定冠词。 24B。考察主谓一致现象。Neither...nor...既不.....也不......,采用就近原则。 25D。考察虚拟语气。If only 意思是:要是.......就好了 26B。考察词汇。Come about发生;come across偶遇;come over过来;突然感到;come down(价格、温度、比率等)下降;着陆;崩塌 27B。考察词汇。 28A。考察词汇。lend sb. A hand 固定搭配,伸出援手,帮助 29D。考察词汇。Point out 指出 30D。考察词汇。in general一般而言,总的来说; in a word总之;简言之 in detail详细地in fact实际上;事实上; 31B。 考察词汇。sentence判处,宣判;crime 罪行,犯罪; 32A。考察词汇。densely 浓密地,稠密地,vastly 极大地;广大地;. enormously 巨大地,庞大地;largely 大部分地,主要地 33B。考察动名词。Be busy doing忙于做某事 34C。考察将来完成时。By the end of 到...为止 35D。考察非限制性定语从句。Which指代整个句子。 36A。考察非限制性定语从句。 37D。考察名词性从句--介词宾语从句。 38B。考察倒转句。含有否定意义的副词和副词短语放句首,句子要求部分倒装。on no account无论如何 39C。考察非谓语动词。过去分词短语做状语。 40C。考察词汇。介词on, 在某一上午 41D。考察词汇。 A. Take decisions作出决定 B. take directions无此短语 C.take sides偏袒 D. take steps采取措施 42A。考察词汇。 43A。考察词汇。A. mystery 谜 B. possibility可能性 C responsibility责任 D. faith信仰 44B。考察词汇。A. operated操作 B. Replaced代替,取代 C. Contributed贡献 D. accomplished完成, 45D。考察一般现在时。 46C。考察动名词。Look forward to doing期盼,盼望。Walk改为walking。 47B。考察限制性定语从句。Which改为 why。 48B。考察冠词。A改为an. 49B。考察动词。去掉are。 50B。考察最高级。同时用了最高级的两种方式。去掉most. 51C。考察代词。指代不明。His改为their。 52A。考察动名词。feel like doing想要做 53A。考察强调句。That 改为it. 54B。考察名词。Hundreds改为hundred。 55D。考察比较级。把the better提前到our之前即可。 Cloze: 思想与成功的关系是强大的,我们成功的许多障碍也是思想上的。有些人更依赖事实,而其他人更依赖感觉。没有“正确的方法”,但我们都有自然的能力,沿着黑暗的路“摸索”我们成功的路。 当我站在越南的一个城市的马路边时我明白的这个道理。我的目的地,一家餐馆,我的丈夫汤姆正站在对面等我。我饿了,闻到了食物的香味。但是餐厅却似乎好像有好几英里远。街上挤满了自行车,摩托车,汽车,卡车和公共汽车。没有划分为两车道的交通道,黄色的车道标志显然只是表明你走在铺平的道路上。人们走走停停,转身并且越过中心线。 交通在同一车道两边流过,更多的交通是从人行道上到街上。即使当信号灯变红,交通不断流动而司机完全不顾信号灯,从前后左右,各个角度冲到我面前。 我准备放弃和汤姆的午餐,这时一个地方绅士挽着我的手臂。他亲切地用英语说,“过马路是没有问题的,但要像跳舞样。“我们走下路缘,进入混乱的交通中。当我们缓缓走过时我的心跳加快。司机们不是用尖叫的喇叭和愤怒的声音来问候我们,看到我们而调向我们。只要我们没有突然的动作,我们就很好。我感觉我们好像是优雅游过的一群鱼。我们所有方向的交通都很通畅。不知不觉我们过了马路。 在混乱的交通中学习舞蹈只是让你有一种惊讶的感觉。这是一个目的,掌握时机和信任的组合。


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