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  (1) besides与except
  前者表示“除……以外,还有……”;后者表示“从整体中除去……”
  这个大家都知道,就不举例子了。
  (2)except与except for
  a.除去的和非除去的是同类事物,用except。
  例如:
  All the essays are well written except Nelson"s.
  除了尼尔森外,其他人的作文都写得很好。
  Nelson的文章(除去的)和All the essays(非除去的)是同类事物,所以用except。
  b.除去的和非除去的不是同类事物,用except for,并且从语气上通常表示遗憾。
  例如:
  His essay is well written except for a few spelling mistakes.
  他的作文写得不错,就是有一些拼写错误。
  a few spelling mistakes(除去的)和His essay(非除去的)是不同类的事物。
  (3)apart from 具有多重意义:既可表示besides,也可以表示exept或exept for,还可以表示without的意思。
  例如:
  Apart from the problem of money, it will take a lot of time.(=besides)
  除了钱的问题外,这件事情还很费时间。
  The orphan had no one to take care of him apart from his uncle.(=except)
  除了他叔叔,没人照顾这个孤儿。
  He has done good work, apart from a few slight faults.(=except for)
  除去一些小失误,他的工作做得很好。
  There can be no knowledge apart from practice.(=without)
  实践出真知.
  (4)excepting =except,但一般用于句首或用于not、without、always等词之后
  例如:
  Excepting his brother, they are all right.
  除了他弟弟外,他们都是对的。
  Everyone, not excepting myself, must share the blame.
  每个人,我自己也不例外,都必须分担咎责。
  All of us, without excepting those who know more about the subject, should study.
  我们所有人,甚至对这个主题有所了解的人,都必须认真学习。
  All my brothers come here every day, always excepting the youngest.
  除了最小的弟弟总是不来,我所有的兄弟每天都来。
  (5)but与except同义,但but多用在every、any、no等和由这些词构成的复合词如everything、anywhere、nobody等词以后及all、none之后。
  例如:
  The children go to school everyday but Sunday. 除了星期天,孩子们每天都要去上学。
  They are all gone but me. 除我之外,他们都去了。
  You can get the book anywhere but here. 除了这里,你可以在任何地方得到这本书。
  There is no one but me. 这里除我之外没有别人。
  Who but George would do such a thing? 除了乔治,谁会做这种事?

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  For centuries, Poland has been a bridge between Western and Eastern Europe. Set in the heart of Europe, Poland is a multi-faceted country where the capital Warsaw and medieval towns attract contemporary city slickers; and where horse-drawn carts pass through country lanes, untouched by the progress of the country. Poland is roughly square. It’s bordered by the Baltic Sea to the northwest, by Germany to the west, the Czech and Slovak republics to the south and Ukraine, Belarus, Lithuania and Russia to the east. The flat central belt is the main agricultural area, watered by Poland’s longest river, the Vistula. Like all Poland’s rivers, it runs towards the north, draining into the Baltic Sea.
   Over the past decade, Poland has developed into a modern, vibrant and progressive country. Yet at the same time it maintains its traditional culture. There are two major cities in Poland you should know about Krakòw and Warsaw. As the royal capital for half a millennium, Krakòw absorbed more of Poland’s history than any other city in the country. As Poland’s most popular tourist destination, as well as an architectural and cultural gem, the city came through WWII unscathed. It has retained a wealth of old architecture from different periods. The tallest structures dominating Krakòw’s skyline are the spires of old churches. Krakòw is a city alive with character and soul. During July every year, there are numerous festivals held in Krakòw, everything from street theatre to jazz.
   Emerging like a phoenix from the ashes of WWII, Warsaw is essentially a postwar city. Its handful of historic areas have been meticulously reconstructed, but most of its urban landscape is modern. With an intriguing mix of old and new, the capital of Poland grows by leaps and bounds. Warsaw has turned into a thrilling busy city. The Royal Castle in Warsaw was the seat of kings from the 17th century on. Totally destroyed during WWII, the castle was restored to its former beauty during the 1970’s. Now, it is open to the public as a splendid museum.
   Another museum worthy of mentioning is the war-related Auschwitz Museum. Auschwitz needs no introduction. The museum is a fitting testament to one of humanity’s most deplorable atrocities. Photography is permitted. There’s a small charge to see the 15-minute documentary shown in the Auschwitz cinema. It definitely reminds you of the Polish Jews, whose presence died due to the Hitlerite Holocaust.
   Over the centuries, Polish kings and magnates erected numerous defensive castles and stately palaces. Turbulent history has reduced many of them into piles of rubble. Some of them, however, have been spared and today carefully restored enchant us with their beauty.
   Situated in the south of Poland’s harbor city Gdansk, Malbork Castle is reputedly Europe’s largest Gothic castle. It’s one of Poland’s oldest and a splendid example of a classic medieval fortress, with multiple defensive walls, a labyrinth of rooms and chambers and some exquisite architectural detail. In 1997, the castle was included on UNESCO’s World Heritage list. Polish towns reflect the whole spectrum of European styles. Poland’s eastern frontiers mark the boundary of the influences of western architecture on the continent. Still today, you can see well-preserved Medieval, Gothic and Renaissance towns some renowned as the most beautiful in Europe.

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  “I”am the owner of my body and mind. “I”am not the body and mind!
  We have so often heard statements like“My back is hurting” “My leg is aching after the soccer game”.
  We have also heard many times: “I am depressed” “I am angry” “I am hungry” etc. When I say “I am hungry” I really mean that my stomach is hungry, because by saying “I am hungry” it cannot mean my stomach, my shoulder, my arm, my legs, my head etc., are all hungry.
  When I say “I am depressed” it can at best mean only my mind is depressed. When you are angry, when you are depressed, simply say silently in your mind, “It is not me but only my mind is depressed or angry.” The magic of such recitation will cut short the anger and depression.
  I am the owner of my body and mind; I love my body and mind. They are my truest ever friends right from the time I came to this earth, and they will remain with me till I breathe my last breath. To reach within my body, I use my mind. I often ill-treat my body and mind: I often smoke; I often drink; I often have sleepless nights just to complete a work, and I often eat junk food.
  Yet, I am responsible for the state of health of my mind. When I trust my mind—my best friend—and treat it well, when I provide it only with healthy food positive thoughts, I know my mind will do wonders to keep my other friend—my body—in good health.
  Over the years I have learnt, “A healthy mind resides in a healthy body. Then isn’t it true that when I have a healthy mind, my body will in turn remain or become healthy”?
  I have found the easy and simple way to keep my mind healthy. I know that my mind needs only healthy and positive thoughts to remain healthy. In turn, I know my healthy mind will keep my body healthy. I know that as I treat my best friends well—my body and mind—they give me a life of happiness with good health on a physical, mental, and spiritual level.
  I bow to the power of my inner mind for its boundless power. All the great work that happens through me, I know is because of a level that is far deeper than my conscious level.
  I have realized that humility unleashes the power within me that helps me overcome all difficulties of life with profound ease and a smile.
  “我”是我的身体与心灵的主人“我”并不仅仅就是这身体与心灵!
  我们常常可以听到有人说“我背痛”,“踢完球我的腿很疼”……
  我们也常常听到人们说:“我很压抑”,“我很生气”,“我饿了”等等。当我说“我饿了”的时候,我的意思是说我的胃饿了,因为“我饿了”这句话不可能是说我的胃、肩膀、手臂、腿,还有头等等全都饿了。
  而当我说“我很压抑”时,这句话最多只能理解为我的心感到很压抑。所以,在你感到生气或压抑的时候,你只要在心里静静地对自己说:“感到压抑或者生气的只是我的心罢了,而不是我”这种自我暗示的魔力可以平息心中的怒火,冲淡压抑的感觉。
  我是自己身体和心灵的主宰;我爱惜我的身体与心灵。在我来到地球最初的那一刻,它们就已经是我最真诚的朋友,而且它们将与我同在,直至我完成生命的最后一次呼吸。要探触我身体的最深处,便要运用我的心灵,可是我总是没有好好对待我的身心——老是抽烟、喝酒,为了完成一件工作而彻夜不眠,还常常吃垃圾食品。
  然而,我要对我的心灵健康负责。每当我信赖我的心——我最好的朋友——善待它,并且只用健康的食物(积极向上的思想)喂养它,我知道我这位最好的朋友会产生奇迹,它会让我的另一个好朋友——我的身体——也保持健康。
  这些年来,我懂得了“一颗健康的心灵必定寄寓于一个健康的身体中”这个道理。那么,如果我有一颗健康的心,我的身体也会相应地保持或者变得健康,难道不是这样么?
  我已经找到了让我的心灵保持健康的简单易行的方法。我明白到要让心灵保持健康,其实只需要健康的思想。继而,健康的心灵必定相应地让身体也保持健康。我知道当我善待我最好的朋友——我的身体及心灵之时——它们能为我带来一种身体、心灵及精神层面上的幸福生活。
  我为内心所蕴含的无限力量向我的心灵致敬。我知道发生在我身上的所有美好的事情,都归因于潜藏在比我的意识更深层的地方。
  同时我也认识到,谦虚的态度释放了我心中的力量,这种力量有助于我以极大的从容与微微一笑,去克服生命中一切的艰难险阻。

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  In our subconscious minds, there is always a perfect vision in which we see ourselves on a long, long journey that almost spans the entire continent. We’re traveling by passenger train and, from the windows, we drink in the passing scene of cars on nearby highways, of children waving at crossings, of cattle grazing in distant hillsides, of smoke pouring from power plants, of row upon row of cotton and corn and wheat, of flatlands and valleys, of mountains and rolling hills, of city skylines and village halls.
  But our minds are always focused on the final destination—for at a certain hour and on a given day, our train will finally pull into the station with bells ringing, flags waving, and bands playing. And once we get there, so many wonderful dreams will come true. So many wishes will be fulfilled and so many pieces of our lives finally will be neatly fitted together like a completed jigsaw puzzle. So restlessly, we pace the aisles and count the miles, peering ahead, waiting, waiting, waiting for the station.
  “Yes, when we reach the station, that will be it!” We promise ourselves. “When I’m 18, that will be it! When I buy a new Mercedes Benz, that will be it! When I put the last kid through college, that will be it! When I have paid off the mortgage, that will be it! When I win a promotion, that will be it! When I reach the age of retirement, that will be it!”
  From that day on we will all live happily ever after.
  Unfortunately, once we get it, then it disappears. The station somehow hides itself at the end of an endless track.
  Sooner or later, we must realize there is no station in this life, no one earthly place to arrive at once and for all. The journey is the joy. The station is an illusion—it always outdistances us. Yesterday’s a memory, tomorrow’s a dream. Yesterday’s a fading sunset, tomorrow’s a faint suise. Only today is there light enough to love and live.
  So, gently close the door on yesterday and then throw the key away. It isn’t the burdens of today that drive men mad, but rather the regret over yesterday and the fear of tomorrow. Regret and fear are twin thieves who would rob us of today.
  So stop pacing the aisles and counting the miles. Instead, swim more rivers, climb more mountains, kiss more babies, count more stars. Laugh more and cry less. Go barefoot oftener. Eat more ice cream. Ride more merry-go-rounds. Watch more sunsets. Life must be lived as we go along. The station will come soon enough.民谣吉他品牌<p>您好!

爸爸妈妈,转眼间,女儿已走过十五个春秋。在这十五年里,我们都是分多聚少。但这并不妨碍我们彼此深爱的感情。</p>民谣吉他品牌
  Nowadays, many college students show great enthusiasm in participating into campus political activities, such as running for heads of the Students Union or the associations. Campus politics is an important part of college life.
  College students can benefit a lot from participation in campus politics. Above all, by attending campus political activities, students can develop their practical capabilities, especially management and coordination capacity. Moreover, these activities provide students a stage to show themselves and bring their abilities into full play. Besides, campus political activities help strengthen students’ sense of responsibility.
  However, campus politics might bring some problems. Too much participation in campus politics might influence study. Besides, some students’being keen on campus politics is for fame and gain, which will influence their health of mentality. Therefore, schools and teachers should give necessary instruction to students on their participation into campus politics.

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  (一)
  
   Stacy had recently moved from New York City to Stoneybrook, Connecticut. It was ___1___ for her to make new friends but she finally had three when she joined the Babysitters Club to ___2___ little children whose parents were busy. Claudia, Kristy, and Mary were in her class at school and also the other ___3___ of the club. The girls met at five o’clock on Fridays and waited for the ___4___ to ring. So far they had been busy, in spite of the ___5___ that they couldn’t stay out late and were under 13.
  ___6___, the girls’ world was invaded by a second group ___7___ themselves the Babysitters Agency. They were ___8___ and the group also included a few boys. The Babysitters Club tried to think of ways to ___9___ with the older group. They could clean and work for less money, however, they ___10___ it would be difficult to compete. The shock was even greater than they had ___11___ when most of their best customers started to call the new group. They ___12___ to get only a few jobs.
   To try a new ___13___ Kristy recruited a few older kids who told the club they didn’t want to ___14___ their money with the other group. The club ___15___ only too quickly that these older girls joined only as spies and didn’t ___16___ for their job assignments. Thus, more parents were ___17___ with the club.
   Finally, the girls realized that the ___18___ in the other group were not good babysitters. They watched television, talked on the phone, and invited boyfriends to the house ___19___ they were sitting. When the children of the families started to ___20___, and a near accident almost occurred, the club went to the parents to tell them what was happening.
  
  1. A. activeB. thoughtfulC. easyD. hard
  2. A. take care of B. run into C. go throughD. take advantage of
  3. A. childrenB. members C. circles D. players
  4. A. alarmB. traffic C. phoneD.neighbor
  5. A. fact B. degree C. questionD. demand
  6. A. ThereforeB. SuddenlyC. RergularlyD. Unwillingly
  7. A. attracting B. finding C. callingD. matching
  8. A. younger B. cleverer C. taller D. older
  9. A. competeB. fight C. do D. meet
  10. A. heard B. knew C. promised D. shot
  11. A. damaged B. caughtC. expected D. forced
  12. A. hoped B. likedC. refusedD. seemed
  13. A. chanceB. possibility C. power D. policy
  14. A. share B. give C. provideD. mark
  15. A. put downB. paid offC. found out D. come through
  16. A. check upB. end up C. look up D. show up
  17. A. satisfied B. unhappyC. curiousD. helpful
  18. A. kids B. adults C. systems D. situations
  19. A. that B. when C. whereD. how

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