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      2020年高考英语抢分题型专练及答案(10)
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        Ⅰ.语言知识及应用(共两节,满分45分)

        第一节 完形填空(共15小题;每小题2分,满分30分)

        阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从1~15各题所给的A、B、C和D项中,选出最佳选项。

        I am an eleven­year­old primary school boy and all of my teachers complained about my unreadable handwriting.So I started taking my laptop to school and using it instead of paper,books and __1__.At first I thought I was in heaven.Writing essays had become so __2__.Copying notes took seconds.I don’t have to worry about spelling mistakes and whether I have __3__ to carry my textbooks.I was always organized,as I could not leave my books at home anymore as they were __4__ in my machine,so you would think that it was beneficial as a learning tool.

        Unfortunately,soon I completely__5__all my ability to write,which is very limiting when still at school.My spelling became worse as I no longer had to think about it __6__ the computer’s auto corrector.However,this wasn’t what __7__ me the most.It was the fact that I was no longer learning what I used to in class.The simple act of writing something down was a way of learning for me,and a laptop could never __8__that.Exams started to become __9__as I no longer knew all the words and phrases,because I __10__wasn’t learning it just by typing it down.Also each lesson was at least five minutes shorter because of the time needed to __11__ at the beginning of the class and pack away at the end of lessons.Finding and learning notes in your computer is also less effective.Furthermore,a computer does not have the same __12__ of use as paper,as paper doesn’t have to be fully __13__.Finally I couldn’t focus on my class knowing I had the whole Internet at my fingertips.So during lessons I would often search the Internet and have __14__.

        As you can see,the __15__ are far more than the benefits.Therefore I stopped taking my computer to lessons.Now I perform better at school.

        1.A.bags B.articles C.dictionaries D.pens

        2.A.serious B.funny C.easy D.unusual

        3.A.decided B.forgotten C.dreamed D.learned

        4.A.saved B.taken C.made D.prepared

        5.A.enjoyed B.dropped C.ignored D.lost

        6.A.regardless of B.due to C.in spite of D.in case of

        7.A.bothered B.puzzled C.shocked D.interested

        8.A.mix B.change C.replace D.avoid

        9.A.more interesting B.stronger C.more regular D.harder

        10.A.simply B.carelessly C.finally D.slowly

        11.A.get across B.start up C.give out D.round up

        12.A.importance B.convenience C.difference D.guidance

        13.A.searched B.analyzed C.charged D.occupied

        14.A.fun B.luck C.success D.advantage

        15.A.excitements B.negatives C.dangers D.terms

        第二节 语法填空(共10小题;每小题1.5分,满分15分)

        阅读下面短文,按照句子结构的语法性和上下文连贯的要求,在空格处填入一个适当的词或使用括号中词语的正确形式填空。

        Valentine’s Day is the time of the year when couples show their love for each other by sending cards,flowers and chocolates.Its origins are 16.________(clear) and hidden in the river of time.Nobody knows exactly 17.________St.Valentine was,although some historians suggest he was 18.________Roman killed in the third century AD by a Roman Emperor.It is said that the first 19.________(record) Valentine’s card was sent by the imprisoned Duke of Orleans in 1415.20.________is believed that he tried to find comfort from his imprisonment by writing love poems to his wife.

        Now,Valentine’s Day 21.________(celebrate) in many countries around the world.However, the traditions often differ from place to place.In Japan,for example,it is normal 22.________the woman to send chocolates to the man,23.________in South Korea April 14th is known as “Black Day” and is when the unfortunate men who received nothing on Valentine’s Day gather to eat noodles and show sympathy for each other.

        Technological 24.________(develop) have also played their part 25.________ keeping Valentine’s Day relevant in the 21st century.Valentine’s e­cards have been very popular in recent years.

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        Ⅱ.阅读(共两节,满分50分)

        第一节 阅读理解(共20小题;每小题2分,满分40分)

        阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出最佳选项。

        A

        Should e­cigarettes (electronic cigarettes) be a new choice for the smokers trying to get rid of the habit? Reactions from Americans are mixed.More than half of the people questioned in a survey think e­cigarettes should be controlled by the US Food and Drug Administration,but 47 percent believe the e­cigarettes should be available to the smokers who want to quit.

        “In the hunt for a safer cigarette,e­cigarettes are becoming a popular choice among those either trying to quit or looking to replace standard tobacco smoke with an alternative that manufacturers claim to be safer,” Zogby International,which conducted the survey,said in a statement.

        About half of the 4,611 adults who took part in the survey had heard about e­cigarettes,which are battery­powered,or rechargeable cigarettes that vaporize a liquid nicotine solution.They do not produce smoke but a water vapor without smell.Sold mostly on the Internet,e­cigarettes were first made in China.

        Last year the World Health Organization (WHO) warned against using e­cigarettes,saying there was no evidence to prove they were safe or helped smokers break the habit.The WHO said people who smoke e­cigarettes breathe in a fine fog of nicotine into the lungs.

        Nearly a third of people questioned in the survey think that e­cigarettes should be allowed in places where smoking is forbidden,because they don’t produce smoke,but 46 percent disagree.Men who were aware of the availability of e­cigarettes were more likely than women to say they should be a choice available to smokers who want to quit.Young people,aged 18-29,and singles were the groups most open to trying e­cigarettes.Smoking is the single largest cause of preventable death worldwide,according to the WHO.

        26.What can we learn from Paragraph 1?

        A.American smokers ought to try e­cigarettes.

        B.Americans have different opinions about e­cigarettes.

        C.Every kind of cigarettes should be forbidden in America.

        D.Most of the Americans don’t like e­cigarettes.

        27.According to Zogby International,e­cigarettes ______.

        A.are much safer than common cigarettes

        B.are popular among people who want to quit smoking

        C.will take the place of traditional cigarettes

        D.are produced in a safer way by manufacturers

        28.What do we know about e­cigarettes from the passage?

        A.Most Americans are familiar with them.

        B.They are a good choice as there is no nicotine.

        C.They produce a water vapor that can’t be seen.

        D.Most people buy them on the Internet.

        29.What’s the attitude of the WHO towards e­cigarettes?

        A.Negative. B.Supportive.

        C.Doubtful. D.Indifferent.

        30.What can we conclude from the last paragraph?

        A.People can smoke e­cigarettes in places where smoking is forbidden.

        B.Most women agree that e­cigarettes should be available to smokers.

        C.Young adults and singles are the main groups who agree to try e­cigarettes.

        D.The problem of smoking is becoming worse around the world.

        B

        A woman and her elderly uncle were waiting for a bus at a corner in downtown Chicago.Buses came by,not the one they wanted.The woman finally half­entered one of the buses and asked the driver if the bus she wanted stopped at that corner.

        The driver looked at her but made no answer,so she repeated the question.To her surprise,he then closed the door,by her arm,and drove off.

        The woman,her arm stuck in the door,ran alongside the bus,shouting.Passengers said the driver stopped after almost a block only because they,too,were shouting.

        When the driver finally did stop and open the door,the woman jumped on the bus to get his bus number.Then he took off again and went another couple of blocks before other shouting passengers persuaded him to stop and let the woman off.

        After the driver’s bosses at a tax­supported governmental company(CIA) heard of the incident,they looked into it and set his punishment:a five­day suspension(停职) without pay.That struck me as rather light.

        But Bill Baxa,the company’s pubic­relations man,said,“That’s a pretty serious punishment.”

        Five days off work is a serious punishment for dragging a woman alongside a bus by her arm?Baxa said,“Any time you take money away from someone,it is a terrible punishment.The driver makes $14 an hour.Multiply that by 40 and you can see what he lost.”

        Yes,that comes to $560,a good sum.But we know that people in the private company are fired for far less minor mistakes.If the people who run the bus company think that the loss of a week’s pay is more than enough,I offer them a sporting(公正的) suggestion:Give me a bus.Then have their wives stick their arms in the doorway of the bus,and I’ll slam the door shut,start the bus quickly and take them for a fast one­block run.And I’ll pay $560 to anyone who is bold enough to try it.Any takers?Mr. Baxa?Anyone?I didn’t think so.

        31.The nurse half­entered one of the buses because________.

        A.the bus they wanted didn’t stop there

        B.she wanted the driver to stop the bus

        C.she wanted to get some information from the driver

        D.she and her uncle couldn’t wait any longer at the corner

        32.How many blocks was the woman away from the corner where she waited when the bus driver finally let her off?

        A.Almost one block.

        B.Almost two blocks.

        C.Probably three blocks.

        D.Probably five or six blocks.

        33.Why did the author offer a sporting suggestion?

        A.Because the CTA paid little attention to the incident.

        B.Because he bus driver had not been fired.

        C.Because he wanted to threaten the CTA people.

        D.Because he thought the punishment was a light one.

        34.From this passage we may infer that________.

        A.many people in the private sector are fired for minor mistakes every day

        B.people in the private sector usually get more serious punishment than those in the public sector

        C.people in the private sector get much higher pay than those in the public sector

        D.people in the private sector are better trained than those in the public sector

        35.Which of the following is NOT true?

        A.The company is a bus company supported by the government.

        B.The writer and Mr.Baxa disagreed with each other on the bus company’s decision.

        C.The driver finally stopped the bus under the pressure of the passengers.

        D.The writer asked the bus company to give him a bus if his suggestion was refused.

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        C

        Technology has been an encouragement of historical change.It acted as such a force in England beginning in the eighteenth century,and across the entire Western World in the nineteenth.Rapid advances were made in the use of scientific findings in the manufacture(制造) of goods,which has changed ideas about work.One of the first changes was that other forms of energy have taken the place of human power.Along with this came the increased use of machines to manufacture products in less time.People also developed machines that could produce the same parts for a product:each nail was exactly like every other nail,meaning that each nail could be changed for every other nail.This means that goods could be mass production,although mass production required breaking production down into smaller and smaller tasks.

        Once this was done,workers no longer started on the product and laboured to complete it.Instead,they might work only one thousandth of it,other workers completing their own parts in certain order.There is nothing strange about this manufacturing work by today’s standards.Highly skilled workers were unable to compare with the new production techniques,as mass production allowed goods of high standard to be produced in greater number than could ever be done by hand.But the skilled worker wasn’t the only loser,the common workers lost too.Similar changes forced farmers away.The increased mechanization(机械化) of agriculture freed masses of workers from ploughing the land and harvesting its crops.They had little choice but to stream toward the rapidly developing industrial centers.Increasingly,standards were set by machines.Workers no longer owned their own tools,their skill was no longer valued,and pride in their work was no longer possible.Workers fed,looked after and repaired the machines that could work faster than humans at greatly reduced cost.

        36.In this passage,which of the following is NOT considered as a change caused by the use of scientific findings in the production of goods?

        A.Other forms of energy have taken the place of human power.

        B.The increased exploitation of workers in the 19th century.

        C.The increased use of machines to make products in less time.

        D.The use of machines producing parts of the same standard.

        37.The underlined word “this” in the first paragraph refers to________.

        A.the use of scientific findings

        B.the practice of producing the same parts for a product

        C.the human power being replaced by other forms of energy

        D.the technology becoming the encouragement of historical change

        38.The underlined word “this” in the second paragraph refers to the change that________.

        A.each nail could be taken the place of by every other nail

        B.each nail was exactly like every other nail

        C.producing tasks became smaller and smaller

        D.goods could be mass produced

        39.According to the writer,highly skilled workers________.

        A.completely disappeared with the coming of the factory system

        B.were dismissed by the boss

        C.were unable to produce goods of high standard

        D.were unable to produce fine goods at that same speed as machines

        40.According to the passage,what did the farmers have to do with the coming of mechanization of agriculture?

        A.Many of them had to leave their farmland for industrial centers.

        B.They stuck to their farm work.

        C.They refused to use machines.

        D.They did their best to learn how to use the machines.

        D

        “If there is one thing I’m sure about,it is that in a hundred years from now we will still be reading newspapers.It is not that newspapers are a necessity.Even now some people get most of their news from television or radio.Many buy a paper only on Saturdays or Sundays.But for most people reading a newspaper has become a habit passed down from generation to generation.”

        The nature of what is news may change.What basically makes news is what affects our lives—the big political stories,the coverage of the wars,earthquakes and other disasters,will continue much the same.I think there will be more coverage of scientific research,though.It’s already happening in areas that may directly affect our lives, like genetic engineering.In the future,I think there will be more coverage of scientific explanations of why we feel as we do—as we develop a better understanding of how the brain operates and what our feelings really are.

        It’s quite possible that in the next century newspapers will be transmitted electronically from Fleet Street and printed out in our own home.In fact, I’m pretty sure that how it will happen in the future.You will probably be able to choose from a menu,making up your own newspaper by picking out the things you want to read—sports and international news,etc.

        I think people have got it wrong when they talk about competition among the different media.They actually feed_off each other.Some people once foresaw that television would kill off newspapers,but that hasn’t happened.What is read on the printed page lasts longer than pictures on a screen or sound lost in the air.And as for the Internet,it’s never really pleasant to read something just on a screen.

        41.What is the best title for the passage?

        A.The Best Way to Get News

        B.The Changes of Media

        C.Make Your Own Newspaper

        D.The Future of Newspapers

        42.In the writer’s opinion,in the future,________.

        A.more big political affairs,wars and disasters will make news

        B.newspapers will not be printed in publishing houses any longer

        C.newspapers will cover more scientific research

        D.more and more people will watch TV

        43.What will probably be in the newspaper made by yourself?

        A.Sports and international news.

        B.A menu of important news.

        C.The most important news.

        D.What you are interested in.

        44.From the passage,we can infer________.

        A.newspapers will win the competition among the different media

        B.newspapers will stay with us together with other media

        C.television will take the place of newspapers

        D.the writer believes some media will die out

        45.The underlined phrase “feed off” in the last paragraph probably means________.

        A.depend on B.compete with

        C.fight with D.kill off

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        第二节 信息匹配(共5小题;每小题2分,满分10分)

        阅读下列应用文及相关信息,并按照要求匹配信息。

        首先,请阅读下面英文书籍的信息:

        A

        Gallop!A Summation Picture Book(Hardcover)by Seder

        Price:$12.95

        There’s never before been a book like “Gallop” employing a patented new technology called Scanimation.Each page is a wonder that brings animals,along with one shining star,to life with art that literally moves.Every child who opens the book will be amazed,and so will every parent.

        B

        Goodnight Moon(Board Books)by Brown,Margaret

        Price:$8.99

        In this classic of modern children’s literature,beloved by generations of readers and listeners,the quiet poetry of the words and the gentle pictures combine to make a perfect book for the end of the day.

        C

        The Final Warning(Hardcover)by Patterson,James

        Price:$20.00

        A breathtaking new story from the astonishing imagination of James:A girl who can fly has to save herself from the scientists who want to control her—and maybe save the world in the process.

        D

        Dark Day in the Deep Sea (Hardcover) by Oshorne

        Price:$11.99

        Jack and Annie look for the secrets of happiness—secrets they need if they’re going to save Merlin.But when the magic tree house leads them to a tiny deserted island in the ocean,they are rescued by a ship of explorers and scientists.But the crew isn’t looking for the secrets of happiness but for a sea monster.

        E

        Twilight (Paperback) by Meyer_and_Stephenie

        Price:$10.99

        In the fantasy,Bella loves Edward,and he returns her love.But Edward must control himself because he’s nan vampire.This romantic story describes the struggle between defying instincts and satisfying desires.

        F

        Diary of a Wimpy Kid (Hardcover) by Kinney,Jeff

        Price:$12.95

        Jeff recalls the growing pains of school life and introduces a new kind of hero of the challenges of being a kid.Since its launch in May 2004 on Funbrain.com,it has been viewed by 20 million online readers.This year,it is averaging 70,000 readers a day.

        请阅读以下几位同学欲购书籍的信息,然后为他们匹配合适的图书。

        46.Harry is interested in children’s life and their problems,so he intends to buy a most popular book among kids or just read it on the net,for it is convenient for him. (  )

        47.Jack’s parents are English teachers,and he likes reading fantastic stories since childhood.Now he’ll get a book with pictures,and advanced technology to share with his older generation. (  )

        48.Jesse has collected novels with hardcover since he was in middle school,so he will find a story with astonishing imagination and challenging adventures that happened on a deserted island. (  )

        49.Collins always feels delighted to be a hero and reads this kind of books,so he likes magic stories full of adventures and the hero should be brave and intelligent enough to survive. (  )

        50.Tony has read widely since he was in middle school;he enjoys fantastic stories with excellent language and pictures to refresh himself after a full day’s work,and it should be the cheapest. (  )

        Ⅲ.写作(共两节,满分40分)

        第一节 基础写作(共1小题,满分15分)

        假设你是李华,是广州白云中学的学生。请你围绕“构建和谐社会”的主题,用英语给全校学生写一封倡议书。

        写作内容

        主题 构建和谐社会 人与社会 热爱祖国,关心家乡,积极参与学校活动 人与人 尊老爱幼,尊敬师长,团结同学,互相帮助,诚实守信 人与自然 节约能源,保护环境 写作要求

        1.只能使用5个句子表达全部内容;

        2.开头和结尾已为你写好,不计入句子总数。

        评分标准

        句子结构准确,信息内容完整,语篇连贯。

        Build a Harmonious Society

        Dear fellow students,

        Our government is going to build a “harmonious society”.

        ________________________________________________________________________

        ________________________________________________________________________

        Let’s start right now and spare no effort to do a little bit every day,every hour,and every minute!

        Li Hua

        From Guangzhou Baiyun High School

        第二节 读写任务(共1小题,满分25分)

        阅读下面的短文,然后按照要求写一篇150词左右的英语短文。

        Have you been asked for money by some beggars who have disabilities while you’re enjoying shopping? Do you have any pity for that kind of people or just feel afraid? For whatever reasons,the number of disabled beggars bumming(乞讨) along the street has increased rapidly.

        Why are there so many disabled people begging in the street? The reasons are so various that we don’t need to understand.But at least,we know that they do not lead an easy life.So we should help them in some ways.

        The treatment for disabled people should go like this: First,accept them.Don’t be afraid of looking at the terrible shape of disabled.Try to treat them equally.Because they are a part of the society,and we can’t abandon them.The second is to help them as much as we could.If you can be a volunteer and do some work for the disabled people,that would be very nice.That does good not only to disabled people but also to yourself,because you will feel good after your kind action.

        So give an air of warmth to disabled people,and the world would be much better.

        写作内容

        1.以约30词概括短文内容要点。

        2.以约120词就“How to Care for the Disabled” 这一话题发表你的看法,并包含如下要点:

        (1)对待残疾人的正确态度;

        (2)举例说明我们应该如何帮助残疾人;

        (3)残疾人也应该享受平等的权利。

        写作要求

        1.可以使用实例或其他论述方法支持你的论点,也可以参照阅读材料的内容,但不得直接引用原文中的句子。

        2.文中不能出现真实姓名和学校名称。

        评分标准

        概括准确,语言规范,内容合适,语篇连贯。

        ________________________________________________________________________

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        答案1.D [根据语境,作者用电脑写文章,因此不用笔了。]

        2.C [根据前句“in heaven”和后句“Copying notes took seconds”可知,作者写文章变得容易了。]

        3.B [根据后句“I could not leave my books at home”可知,作者不用担心是否忘记带课本了。]

        4.A [由于已经把课本存在电脑里了,所以作者不会把书落在家里了。]

        5.D [根据句中“which is very limiting”可知,作者因为长期不写字,所以丧失了写字的能力。]

        6.B [由于电脑能自动更正,所以作者不用考虑拼写等问题,用due to。]

        7.A [前文提到的方面都是使作者伤脑筋的事,故用bother。]

        8.C [作者以前记笔记是一种学习,而自从用电脑后不会学习了,故电脑无法取代传统的记笔记的方法。]

        9.D [根据句中“I no longer knew all the words and phrases”可知,考试变得更难了。]

        10.A [根据语境可知,作者只是敲字存进电脑了,根本没有学会,故用simply。]

        11.B [根据句中“at least five minutes shorter”和“pack away”可以推知是课前启动电脑。]

        12.B [根据后半句内容可知,用电脑也是不太方便的。]

        13.C [根据前文可知,纸张不像电脑一样要充满电。]

        14.A [根据句中“search the Internet”和常识可推断,作者上网时玩得很开心。]

        15.B [根据上文内容可知,用电脑做笔记的缺点比优点多。]

        16.unclear [根据后面的hidden,nobody knows等词的提示可知,此处应该用clear的否定形式。]

        17.who [who引导宾语从句,且作从句的表语。]

        18.a [不定冠词表泛指。a Roman“一个罗马人”。]

        19.recorded [过去分词recorded作定语,意为“有记载的,记录的”。]

        20.It [It is believed that...是固定句式,可翻译为“人们相信……”。]

        21.is celebrated [情人节是“被庆祝”的,再结合全文的时态可知,此处应用一般现在时的被动语态。]

        22.for [此处是“it is +adj.+for sb.to do”句型。for表示“对,对于”。]

        23.while/but [日本和韩国的情人节的意义不一样,是转折关系,所以用but。也可填while,表示两种情况的对比。]

        24.developments [分析句子成分,此处应为名词,同时因为其后助动词为have,所以这里应该填develop的名词复数形式。]

        25.in [play one’s part in...意为“在……中起作用”。]

        26.B [细节理解题。根据第一段“Reactions from Americans are mixed.”可知,答案为B。]

        27.B [细节理解题。根据第二段“...e­cigarettes are becoming a popular choice among those either trying to quit...”可知,答案为B。]

        28.D [细节理解题。根据第三段“Sold mostly on the Internet...”可知,答案为D。]

        29.A [推理判断题。根据第四段“Last year the World Health Organization (WHO) warned against using e­cigarettes...”可推断,答案为A。]

        30.C [推理判断题。根据末段“Young people,aged 18-29,and singles were the groups most open to trying e­cigarettes.”可推断,答案为C。]

        31.C [从第一段最后一句的后半部分可知,她问情况,也就是打听信息。]

        32.C [根据文章第三段最后一句和第四段最后一句,关键词语:almost a block和another couple of blocks可确定答案为C项。]

        33.D [第五段最后一句已点明了原因。]

        34.B [从第八段的第二句可看出:私营公司的人员会因很小的错误而被开除,说明在私营公司的人员所受的处分要重得多。]

        35.D [文章中虽然说了Give me a bus,但这并不是作者的本意,作者提出这种建议主要是提醒人们对这个问题进行换位思考。故D项的说法是错误的。]

        36.B [原文中并未说对工人剥削的增加,故选项B为正确答案。]

        37.C [倒置的一个主要目的就是使句子间连接紧密,因此单词this指上一句的内容。]

        38.D [在条件句中,this 指上文的内容:货物批量生产。]

        39.D [可从第二段第四句知道D项为正确答案。]

        40.A [可根据第二段第六句及第八句判断A项为正确答案。]

        41.D [标题归纳题。根据文章第一句“100年后人们仍要读报”,到后面文章讲到报纸跟人们生活的关系、报纸的形式和内容,可归纳出此题的答案为D项。]

        42.C [细节理解题。根据文章第二段第三句可知此题答案为C项。]

        43.D [推理判断题。根据文章第三段最后一句可推知此题答案为D项。]

        44.B [推理判断题。根据文章第一段第三句及全文内容可推知此题答案为B项。]

        45.A [词义猜测题。作者上一句说人们错误地认为各种不同的媒体相互竞争,以及feed off 所在句中的actually一词,再结合所给的4个选项,可知A项最佳。]

        46.F 47.A 48.D 49.C 50.B

        第一节 基础写作

        参考范文

        Build a Harmonious Society

        Dear fellow students,

        Our government is going to build a “harmonious society”.

        I think it is everyone’s duty to work hard to achieve this goal.First of all,we should love our motherland,take a great interest in the development of our hometowns and take an active part in our school’s activities.Secondly,we should show our respect for the old people,care for the young and help each other.Thirdly,all of us must be honest to others and always keep our word in our daily life.

        Finally,we should work together to save energy and protect our natural environment.

        Let’s start right now and spare no effort to do a little bit every day,every hour,and every minute!

        Li Hua

        From Guangzhou Baiyun High School

        第二节 读写任务

        参考范文

        Though the passage doesn’t uncover the reason for disabled beggars increasing,it points out how to treat the disabled—not only should we accept them,but help and show warmth to them,making the world much better.

        As is well known to us,many disabled people struggle to keep alive in our country.So not only should we hold a right attitude towards them,but also do them a favor practically.But how to help?

        First,we able­bodied people must understand,accept and respect them.Don’t avoid meeting them because of being afraid of their ugly,terrible outer appearance.

        Second,we can make their daily life much easier and more convenient by doing many small things such as opening the doors,showing them the way,leading them across the street,picking up something for them and giving our seats to them in public places and in a word we should help them as much as we can.

        In short,if all of us offer our love and show warmth to them heart and soul,they can also live as rich and full a life as we do.Our world is bound to become more beautiful and harmonious.

       

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