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College English Model Test one —Band Four—



Part ⅠWriting(30 minutes)



Directions: For this part, you are allowed thirty minutes to write a composition on the topic: Aid?Education in China. You should write at least 120 words following the outline given in Chinese below:



1. 每年,高校许多大学生受到鼓舞去贫困地区支教。



2. 支教活动的意义。



3. 我的看法。



提示:在实考试卷中,该试题在答题卡1上。



Aid——Education in China



Part ⅡReading Comprehension (Skimming and Scanning)(15 minutes)



Directions:In this part,you will have 15 minutes to go over the passage quickly and answer the questions on Answer Sheet 1. For questions 1-7,mark



Y(for YES)if the statement agrees with the information given in the passage;



N(for NO)if the statement contradicts the information given in the passage;



NG(for NOT GIVEN)if the information is not given in the passage.



For questions 8-10,complete the sentences with information given in the passage.



Will We Run Out of Water?



Picture a “ghost ship” sinking into the sand, left to rot on dry land by a receding sea. Then imagine dust storms sweeping up toxic pesticides and chemical fertilizers from the dry seabed and spewing them across towns and villages.



Seem like a scene from a movie about the end of the world? For people living near the Aral sea (咸海) in Central Asia, it's all too real. Thirty years ago, government planners diverted the rivers that flow into the sea in order to irrigate (provide water for ) farmland. As a result, the sea has shrunk to half its original size, stranding (使搁浅) ships on dry land. The seawater has tripled in salt content and become polluted, killing all 24 native species of fish.



Similar large——scale efforts to redirect water in other parts of the world have also ended in ecological crisis, according to numerous environmental groups. But many countries continue to build massive dams and irrigation systems, even though such projects can create more problems than they fix. Why? People in many parts of the world are desperate for water, and more people will need more water in the next century.



“Growing populations will worsen problems with water,” says Peter H.Gleick, an environmental scientist at the Pacific Institute for studies in Development, Environment, and Security, a research organization in California. He fears that by the year 2025, as many as one——third of the world's projected (预测的) 8.3 billion people will suffer from water shortages.



WHERE WATER GOES



Only 2.5 percent of all water on Earth is freshwater, water suitable for drinking and growing food, says Sandra Postel, director of the Global Water Policy Project in Amherst, Mass. Two——thirds of this freshwater is locked in glaciers (冰山) and ice caps (冰盖). In fact, only a tiny percentage of freshwater is part of the water cycle, in which water evaporates and rises into the atmosphere, then condenses and falls back to Earth as precipitation (rain or snow).



Some precipitation runs off land to lakes and oceans, and some becomes groundwater, water that seeps into the earth. Much of this renewable freshwater ends up in remote places like the Amazon river basin in Brazil, where few people live. In fact, the world's population has access to only 12,500 cubic kilometers of freshwater—about the amount of water in Lake Superior(苏必利尔湖). And people use half of this amount already. “If water demand continues to climb rapidly,” says Postel, “there will be severe shortages and damage to the aquatic (水的) environment.”



CLOSE TO HOME



Water woes(灾难) may seem remote to people living in rich countries like the United States. But Americans could face serious water shortages, too especially in areas that rely on groundwater. Groundwater accumulates in aquifers (地下蓄水层),layers of sand and gravel that lie between soil and bedrock. (For every liter of surface water, more than 90 liters are hidden underground.) Although the United States has large aquifers, farmers, ranchers, and cities are tapping many of them for water faster than nature can replenish(补充) it. In northwest Texas, for example, overpumping has shrunk groundwater supplies by 25 percent, according to Postel.



Americans may face even more urgent problems from pollution. Drinking water in the United States is generally safe and meets high standards. Nevertheless, one in five Americans every day unknowingly drinks tap water contaminated with bacteria and chemical wastes, according to the Environmental Protection Agency. In Milwaukee, 400,000 people fell ill in 1993 after drinking tap water tainted with cryptosporidium (隐孢子虫),a microbe (微生物) that causes fever, diarrhea (腹泻) and vomiting.



THE SOURCE



Where so contaminants come from? In developing countries, people dump raw (未经处理的) sewage(污水) into the same streams and rivers from which they draw water for drinking and cooking; about 250 million people a year get sick from water borne (饮水传染的) diseases.



In developed countries, manufacturers use 100,000 chemical compounds to make a wide range of products.Toxic chemicals pollute water when released untreated into rivers and lakes. (Certain compounds, such as polychlorinated biphenyls (多氯化联二苯),or PCBs, have been banned in the United States.)



But almost everyone contributes to water pollution. People often pour household cleaners, car antifreeze, and paint thinners (稀释剂) down the drain; all of these contain hazardous chemicals. Scientists studying water in the San Francisco Bay reported in 1996 that 70 percent of the pollutants could be traced to household waste.



Farmers have been criticized for overusing herbicides and pesticides, chemicals that kill weeds and insects but insects but that pollute water as well. Farmers also use nitrates, nitrogen——rich fertilizer that helps plants grow but that can wreak havoc (大破坏) on the environment. Nitrates are swept away by surface runoff to lakes and seas. Too many nitrates “over?enrich” these bodies of water, encouraging the buildup of algae, or microscopic plants that live on the surface of the water. Algae deprive the water of oxygen that fish need to survive, at times choking off life in an entire body of water.



WHAT'S THE SOLUTION?



Water expert Gleick advocates conservation and local solutions to water——related problems; governments, for instance, would be better off building small——scale dams rather than huge and disruptive projects like the one that ruined the Aral Sea.



“More than 1 billion people worldwide don't have access to basic clean drinking water,” says Gleick. “There has to be a strong push on the part of everyone—governments and ordinary people—to make sure we have a resource so fundamental to life.”



提示:在实考试卷中,8-10题在答题卡1上。



1. That the huge water projects have diverted the rivers causes the Aral Sea to shrink.



2. The construction of massive dams and irrigation projects does more good than harm.



3. The chief causes of water shortage are population growth and water pollution.



4. The problems Americans face concerning water are ground water shrinkage and tap water pollution.



5. According to the passage all water pollutants come from household waste.



6. The people living in the United States will not be faced with water shortages.



7. Water expert Gleick has come up with the best solution to water—related problems.



8. According to Peter H. Gleick, by the year 2025, as many as of the world's people will suffer from water shortages.



9. Two?thirds of the freshwater on Earth is locked in .



10. In developed countries, before toxic chemicals are released into rivers and lakes, they should be treated in order to avoid .



Part Ⅲ Listening Comprehension(35 minutes)



Section A



Directions:In this section, you will hear 8 short conversations and 2 long conversations.At the end of each conversation,one or more questions will be asked about what was said.Both the conversation and the questions will be spoken only once.After each question there will be a pause. During the pause, you must read the four choices marked A),B),C) and D),and decide which is the best answer. Then mark the corresponding letter on Answer Sheet 2 with a single line through the centre.



11. A) Talk to his sister.



B) Look at a map.



C) Go on a diet.



D) Tell the man why.



12. A) Do whatever has been planned.



B) Have a picnic and go camping.



C) Eat out and see a play.



D) Go to the beach.



13. A) The weather was better.



B) The weather was a little bit warmer.



C) The weather was a little bit colder.



D) The weather was cooler than expected.



14. A) Mr. Steward is honest.



B) Mr. Steward looks honest.



C) Mr. Steward looks dishonest.



D) Mr. Steward is dishonest.



15. A) He did quite well with it.



B) He has money problem now.



C) He is in need of qualified staff.



D) He could not carry it on any more.



16. A) $2.00. B) $6.00. C) $4.00. D) $5.00.



17. A) They will spend the summer in Italy.



B) They are both from Europe.



C) They are both students.



D) They are both interested in art.



18. A) Not getting what she wants.



B) A custom that is new to her.



C) Calling up customers.



D) Some of her good friends.



Question 19 to 22 are based on the conversation you have just heard.



19. A) A more economical diesel fuel.



B) Characteristics of a new type of fuel.



C) Where a new energy source is located.



D) How to develop alternative energy sources.



20. A) He's studying for a test.



B) He lost his notes.



C) He missed the class.



D) He's doing research on alternative.



21. A) It will reduce the amount of pollutants in the air.



B) It will increase the amount of unpleasant odors from vehicles.



C) It will eventually destroy the ozone layer.



D) It will reduce the cost of running large vehicles.



22. A) To help him explain the information to his roommate.



B) To help him write a paper.



C) To prepare for a test.



D) To tell her if the notes are accurate.



Question 23 to 25 are based on the conversation you have just heard.



23. A) The woman has passed her final exams.



B) The woman wants to know how to write term papers.



C) The woman is going to visit Gettysburg.



D) The man introduces his experiences in Gettysburg.



24. A) Because her parents like traveling.



B) Because her parents like history.



C) Because traveling in such places costs less.



D) Because her parents want to reinforce the stuff they learned in school about history.



25. A) It is far away from the city she lives in.



B) It is a place where many great people were born.



C) It has a certain political influences in the United States right after the battle at Gettysburg.



D) It is worth reading history about Gettysburg.



Section B



Directions:In this section,you will hear 3 short passages.At the end of each passage,you will hear some questions.Both the passage and the questions will be spoken only once.After you hear a question,you must choose the best answer from the four choices marked A),B),C) and D) .Then mark the corresponding letter on Answer sheet 2 with a single line through the centre.



Passage One



Questions 26 to 28 are based on the passage you have just heard.



26. A) A plate. B) A pear. C) A ball. D) An egg.



27. A) How most mathematicians work.



B) Accidental discovery about the earth's shape.



C) How to track an orbit.



D) How astronauts use computers to measure the size of satellite.



28. A) To prove the earth was round.



B) To gather information for planning space flights.



College English Model Test Two



—Band Four—



Part ⅠWriting(30 minutes)



Directions: For this part, you are allowed thirty minutes to write a composition on the topic: Colleges Have Opened Their Doors Wider. You should write at least 120 words, and base your composition on the outline given in Chinese below:



1. 高校扩招是一件好事;



2. 高校扩招会带来一些问题;



3. 我的观点。



提示:在实考试卷中,该试题在答题卡1上。



Colleges Have Opened Their Doors Wider



Part ⅡReading Comprehension (Skimming and Scanning)(15 minutes)



Directions:In this part,you will have 15 minutes to go over the passage quickly and answer the questions on Answer Sheet 1. For questions 1-7,mark



Y (for YES)if the statement agrees with the information given in the passage;



N (for NO)if the statement contradicts the information given in the passage;



NG (for NOT GIVEN)if the information is not given in the passage.



For questions 8-10,complete the sentences with information given in the passage.



Theft deterrent system



To deter the vehicle theft, the system is designed to give an alarm and keep the engine from being started if any of the front, sliding and back doors and hood is forcibly unlocked or the battery terminal is disconnected and then reconnected when the vehicle is locked.



The alarm blows the horn intermittently and flashes the headlights, tail lights and other exterior lights. The engine cannot be started because the starter circuit will be cut.



SETTING THE SYSTEM



1. Turn the ignition key to the “LOCK” position and remove it.



2. Have all passengers get out of the vehicle.



3. Close and lock the front, sliding and back doors and hood.



The indicator light will come on when the front, sliding and back doors and hood are closed and locked.



As the front doors are locked, the system will give you a preparation time of 30 seconds before the setting, during which the front, sliding and back doors and hood may be opened to prepare for the setting.



Be careful not to use the key when opening either front door. This will cancel the system.



4. After making sure the indicator light starts flashing, you may leave the vehicle.



The system will automatically be set after the preparation time elapses. The indicator light will flash to show the system is set. If any of the front, sliding and back doors and hood is opened at that time, the setting is interrupted until it is closed and locked.



Never leave anyone in the vehicle when you set the system, because unlocking from the inside will activate (使起动) the system.



WHEN THE SYSTEM IS SET



Activating the system



The system will give the alarm and cut the starter circuit under the following conditions:



If any of the front, sliding and back doors and hood is unlocked without using the key



If the battery terminal is disconnected and then reconnected



After one minute, the alarm will automatically stop with the starter circuit cut kept on.



Reactivating the alarm



Once set, the system automatically resets the alarm each time the front, sliding and back doors and hood are closed after the alarm stops.



The alarm will be activated again under the following conditions:



If any of the front, sliding and back doors and hood is opened



If the battery terminal is disconnected and then reconnected



Stopping the alarm



Turn the ignition key from the “LOCK” to “ACC” position. The alarm will be stopped with the starter circuit cut kept on. Stopping the alarm in this manner will keep the alarm from being reactivated when any of the front, sliding and back doors and hood is opened.



Interrupting the setting



With the system set, the back door can be opened with the key without activating or canceling the system. While it is open, the front and sliding doors and hood may be opened in addition, and the system can be activated only by the battery terminal disconnection.



To resume the setting, close and lock the front, sliding and back doors and hood. The back door must be closed with the key removed.



CANCELLING THE SYSTEM



Unlock either front door with the key, or unlock the sliding door with the key when it has been closed. This cancels the system completely and the starter circuit cut will be cancelled at once.



INDICATOR LIGHT



The indicator light gives the following three indications when the system is in use. When the light is:



FLASHING—The system is set. You need the key to open the front, sliding and back doors and hood.



ON—The system will automatically be set when the time comes. The front, sliding and back doors and hood may be opened without a key.



OFF—The system is inactive. You may open any door and hood.



TESTING THE SYSTEM



1. Open the driver's and front passenger's windows.



2. Set the system as described above. The front doors should be locked with the key. Be sure to wait until the indicator light starts flashing.



3. Unlock one of the front, sliding and back doors from the inside. The system should activate the alarm.



4. Cancel the system by unlocking either front door with the key.



5. Repeat this operation for the other doors and hood. When testing on the hood, also check that the system is activated when the battery terminal is disconnected and then reconnected.



If the system does not work properly, have it checked by your Toyota dealer.



提示:在实考试卷中,8-10题在答题卡1上。



1. The system is used to deter the vehicle theft according to the instructions.



2. In order to set the system, you should have all passengers get out of the vehicle.



3. The system will be cancelled when you use the key to open the back door.



4. The system will be not be activated unless you use the key to open any of the front, sliding and back doors and hood.



5. In order to stop the alarm, you have to turn the ignition key from the “ACC” to “LOCK” position.



6. When the indicator light is flashing, it is needless to use the key to open any of the doors and hood.



7. The passage tells us that the system works so effectively that it never breaks down.



8. As the front doors are locked, the theft deterrent system will give you a preparation time of before setting.



9. Before leaving the vehicle, make sure that the indicator light .



10. According to the passage, if the system refuses to work properly, have it checked by your .



Part Ⅲ Listening Comprehension(35 minutes)



Section A



Directions:In this section, you will hear 8 short conversations and 2 long conversations.At the end of each conversation,one or more questions will be asked about what was said.Both the conversation and the questions will be spoken only once.After each question there will be a pause. During the pause, you must read the four choices marked A),B),C) and D),and decide which is the best answer. Then mark the corresponding letter on Answer Sheet 2 with a single line through the centre.



11. A) Steve cannot hear.



B) Steve has some problems with his ears.



C) Steve doesn?t listen to him.



D) Steve forgot about the meeting.



12. A) She loved the people in Africa.



B) She loved the tour in some places.



C) Three weeks is just like a few minutes.



D) The whole tour is quite interesting.



13. A) Bill cannot afford a house.



B) Bill decided to buy a house.



C) Bill doesn't mean to buy a house.



D) Bill goes beyond the house.



14. A) Susan Evans rings a bell.



B) The name sounds familiar to the man.



C) The man never heard of the name.



D) The man is not sure about the bell.



15. A) To a movie.



B) On a two—week trip.



C) To work.



D) On a short visit to their neighbor.



16.A)$18.50.



B)$19.50.



C)$15.50.



D) $14.50.



17. A) He went mountain climbing last year.



B) He hasn't traveled around the world yet.



C) He'd like to climb that mountain.



D) He definitely does not want to go.



18. A) The woman's doctor.



B) The woman's husband.



C) A shoe buyer.



D) A shoe salesman.



Question 19 to 21 are based on the conversation you have just heard.



19. A) Reading newspapers.



B) Reading advertisements.



C) Doing housing business.



D) Looking for a suitable house.



20. A) The price is too high.



B) The house is far from his company.



C) The place is noisy.



D) There is no shopping nearby.



21. A) It has a garden.



B) It is not in the city center.



C) It is not very expensive.



D) It is very far from the place the man works in.



Question 22 to 25 are based on the conversation you have just heard.



22. A) To find out if he has the flu.



B) To find out how to maintain a nutritious diet.



C) To find out how to prevent illness.



D) To find out the results of a blood test.



23. A) He gets ill at the same time every year.



B) He doesn't get enough exercise.



C) He often has difficulty sleeping.



D) He's sick with influenza throughout the winter.



24. A) He's unwilling to be immunized.



B) He doesn't get enough rest.



C) He forgets to take his medicine.



D) He doesn't dress warmly enough.



25. A) Physical examinations are given free there.



B) He can get an influenza vaccination there.



C) He'll be able to get a prescription for medication there.



D) He'll find literature on nutrition there.



Section B



Directions:In this section,you will hear 3 short passages.At the end of each passage,you will hear some questions.Both the passage and the questions will be spoken only once.After you hear a question,you must choose the best answer from the four choices marked A),B),C) and D) .Then mark the corresponding letter on Answer sheet 2 with a single line through the centre.



Passage One



Questions 26 to 28 are based on the passage you have just heard.



26. A) They can do better than others.



B) It is expensive to hire labour.



C) They don't like to be helped.



D) They don't trust others.



27. A) It publishes books only for children.



B) It publishes books about people's pets.



C) It uses computers to make up stories.



D) It makes the young readers the leading characters in the stories.



28. A) Written by children themselves.



B) Telling stories about the reader himself.



C) Printed with standard things.



D) Published with the help of computers.



Passage Two



Questions 29 to 32 are based on the passage you have just heard.



29?A) Their flying ability improved greatly.



B) They became warm—blooded.



C) They began to lay eggs.



D) They changed their migration patterns.



30?A) On the ground.



B) In cold places.



C) On the highest branches of trees.



D) Inside three trunks.



31?A) To avoid predators.



B) To expose the eggs to stronger sunlight.



C) To have a better view of predators.



D) To save labor.



32?A) How birds learn to build nests.



B) Why birds lay eggs.



C) How birds'nests have evolved.



D) Why some birds'nests are considered primitive.



Passage Three



Questions 33 to 35 are based on the passage you have just heard.



33. A) To find out how clever monkeys were.



B) To test intelligence of different animals.



C) To tell the difference between man and the monkeys.



D) To find out how monkeys search food.



34. A) To give the monkey a surprise.



B) To see how the monkey ate from the box.



C) To see how soon the monkey could find it.



D) To find out how the monkey would open the box.



35. A) By looking through the keyhole.



B) By looking through the window.



C) By taking pictures of the monkey.



D) By hiding himself behind the box.



Section C



Directions:In this section,you will hear a passage three times.When the passage is read for the first time,you should listen carefully for its general idea.When the passage is read for the second time,you are required to fill in the blanks numbered from 36 to 43 with the exact words you have just heard.For blanks numbered from 44 to 46 you are required to fill in the missing information.For these blanks,you can either use the exact words you have just heard or write down the main points in you own words.Finally, when the passage is read for the third time,you should check what you have written.



提示:在实考试卷中,该试题在答题卡2上。



After retiring from 30 years of teaching, Ethbell Pepper could easily have decided to sit back and (36)and enjoy a peaceful (37). But that kind of life is not for Ethbell Pepper. “I just wanted to do something different. If you are going to (38)in life, do it. Don?t just sit down and look out the window.” She says. At 68, she decided to become one of the



(39) participants in a program at the University of California. The program offers(40)housing and classes to people over (41). She (42)in a class called Human Relationships and(43)Society.(44). “But in this course, I found out a lot about other cultures I didn?t know then.(45).”



Older adults can add to the educational resources of the university by bringing with them a lot of valuable experience. Their presence on campus helps break some long beliefs about aging. Young students may have fears of growing older.(46). The younger students can begin to see aging as a natural part of living.



Part ⅣReading Comprehension(Reading in Depth)(25 minutes)



Section A



Directions:In this section,there is a passage with ten blanks.You are required to select one word for each blank from a list of choices given in a word bank following the passage.Read the passage through carefully before making your choices.Each choice in the bank is identified by a letter.Please mark the corresponding letter for each item on Answer Sheet 2 with a single line through the centre.You may not use any of the words in the bank more than once.



Questions 47 to 56 are based on the following passage.



There's no question that the Earth is getting hotter. The real questions are: How much of the warming is our fault, and are we 47 to slow the devastation by controlling our insatiable 48 for fossil fuels?



Global warming can seem too 49 to worry about, or too uncertain—something projected by the same computer 50 that often can't get next week's weather right. On a raw winter day you might think that a few degrees of warming wouldn't be such a bad thing anyway. And no doubt about it: Warnings about 51 change can sound like an environmentalist scare tactic, meant to force us out of our cars and restrict our lifestyles.



Comforting thoughts, perhaps. Unfortunately, however, the Earth has some discomforting news.



From Alaska to the snowy peaks of the Andes the world is heating up right now, and fast. Globally, the 52 is up 1°F over the past century, but some of the coldest, most remote spots have warmed much more. The results aren't pretty. Ice is 53 , rivers are running dry, and coasts are 54 , threatening communities.



The 55 are happening largely out of sight. But they shouldn't be out of mind, because they are omens of what's in store for the56 of the planet.



A. remote B. techniques C. consisting D. restE. willing



F. climate G. skill H. appetite I. melting J. vanishing



K. eroding L. temperature M. curiosity N. changes O. skillful



Section B



Directions:There are 2 passages in this section.Each passage is followed by some questions or unfinished statements.For each of them there are four choices marked A),B),C) and D) .You should decide on the best choice and mark the corresponding letter on Answer Sheet 2 with a single line through the centre.



Passage One



Questions 57 to 61 are based on the following passage.



My father's reaction to the bank building at 43rd Street and Fifth Avenue in New York city was immediate and definite: “You won?t catch me putting my money in there!” he declared, “Not in that glass box!”



Of course, my father is a gentleman of the old school, a member of the generation to whom a good deal of modern architecture is upsetting, but I am convinced that his negative response was not so much to the architecture as to a violation of his concept of the nature of money.



In his generation money was thought of as a real commodity(实物) that could be carried, or stolen. Consequently, to attract the custom of a sensible man, a bank had to have heavy walls, barred windows, and bronze doors, to affirm the fact, however untrue, that money would be safe inside. If a building?s design made it appear impenetrable, the institution was necessarily reliable, and the meaning of the heavy wall as an architecture symbol dwelt in the prevailing attitude toward money.



But the attitude toward money has, of course, changed. Excepting pocket money, cash of any kind is now rarely used; money as a tangible commodity has largely been replaced by credit. A deficit(赤字) economy, accompanied by huge expansion, has led us to think of money as product of the creative imagination. The banker no longer offers us a safe: he offers us a service in which the most valuable element is the creativity for the invention of large numbers. It is in no way surprising, in view of this change in attitude, that we are witnessing the disappearance of the heavy?walled bank.



Just as the older bank emphasized its strength, this bank by its architecture boasts of imaginative powers. From this point of view it is hard to say where architecture ends and human assertion(人们的说法) begins.



57. The main idea of this passage is that .



A) money is not as valuable as it was in the past



B) changes have taken place in both the appearance and the concept of banks



C) the architectural style of the older bank is superior to that of the modern bank



D) prejudice makes the older generation think that the modern bank is unreliable



58. How do the older generation and the younger one think about money?



A) The former thinks more of money than the latter.



B) The younger generation values money more than the older generation.



C) Both generations rely on the imaginative power of bankers to make money.



D) To the former money is a real commodity but to the latter the means of producing more money.



59. The word “tangible” (Line 2, Para. 4 ) refers to something .



A) that is precious



B) that is usable



C) that can be touched



D) that can be reproduced



60. According to this passage, a modern banker should be .



A) ambitious and friendly



B) reliable and powerful



C) sensible and impenetrable



D) imaginative and creative



61. It can be inferred from the passage that the author's attitude towards the new trend in banking is .



A) cautiousB) regretfulC) positiveD) hostile



Passage Two



Questions 62 to 66 are based on the following passage



Sixteen years ago, Eileen Doyle s husband, an engineer, took his four children up for an early morning cup of tea, packed a small case and was never seen or heard of again. Eileen was astonished and in a state of despair. They had been a happy family and, as far as she knew, there had been nothing wrong with their marriage.



College English Model Test Three —Band Four—



Part ⅠWriting(30 minutes)



Directions: For this part, you are allowed thirty minutes to write a letter to your American friend Lawrence, to introduce Spring Festival in China and invite him to join you to spend this Spring Festival. Suppose you are Yuan Chao. You should write at least 120 words following the suggestions given below in Chinese:



1. 表达你对Lawrence的想念之情;



2. 介绍中国的春节;



3. 邀请Lawrence

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