I was nine years old when I learnt to ride a bike. The bike was a birthday present from my uncle. You can imagine how ________(excite)I was when I saw the bike, and I begged my uncle to teach me how ________(ride)it right away. However, before I got on the bike, I felt ________(extreme)nervous and I was afraid that I would fall off and hurt ________(me). My uncle held onto the seat and helpedme to get ________the bike. While I was riding, he wasrunning along beside me, holding the seat so I would not fall over. I was so ________(grate) to him for his help.
As I was practicing, I became more and more confident. Then, Iheard my uncle shouting, “You are riding it by yourself now!” I was bothexcited and scared. I was really riding by myself, but ________if I fell off? Could I use the brakesto stop? As I was wondering about this, my uncle ran after me and got hold ofthe bike. I ________(slow) down and came to a stop. Myheart was still beating fast when I got off the bike. ________ (late) that day, having learnt how to get onthe bike and get off it, I felt like I was walking on air! I am still thankfulto my uncle for teaching me to ride a bike on my ________ (nine) birthday.
As we all know, games play a very important role in the growth of children. Children should grow along with playing games; for, ________ playing games, they can not only acquire knowledge, but also develop their abilities to get along with others.
However, most children are ________(face) with a completely different situation. Most parents fear that games will prevent children from increasing new knowledge and ________ the children will fail in the future examinations. So, instead of________ (let) the children themselves find and learn naturally from their surroundings, they force their children to take part in________ (variety) kinds of classes, learning English, playing________ piano or practicing drawing, etc. What's more, some parents put away the children's toys which are very useful in developing children's ________ (imagine) and practical abilities.
Here is a piece of good advice to those parents: ________ you want to expect your child to be able to accomplish something, you must first of all develop his ability to adapt ________ the new surroundings. That cram (填鸭式的) education can lead to nothing ________ a failure in the children's growth.
In the business world, communication is necessary for the________(success)daily operations.
In some countries, like the United States and Germany,________is common for people to speak loudly when sharing ideas or giving directions. However, in some countries like Japan, people speak softly when sharing idea or making ________(suggest). So when communicating with people from different cultures, speaking in a proper tone(So when communicating with people from different cultures, speaking in a proper tone(语气)can help develop smooth business communication.
With the development of science and technology, people ________(easy)connect with others around the world in a moment's notice, but there are________few rules to remember before ________(do) so. If making an international phone, people should say attention to the time zone differences and make sure to set a reasonable time for all parties to communicate. For example, many Spanish cultures have ________(long) lunch breaks than Americans. It ________(mean)that Spanish may spend a tie period eating, in________the person you would like to meet with is unavailable. Asking for availability before making the call is the best way to avoid any confusion(困惑). Once you are able________(connect), speak clearly and slowly.
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No one knows exactly ________the earth began. According to a widely accepted theory, the earth began with a “Big Bang”,________exploded loudly and produced water vapor and many gases，________ (make) the earth's atmosphere. As the earth cooled down, water appeared and stayed________ the surface. It was the presence of water________allowed the earth to dissolve harmful gases and acids into the oceans and seas, which made ________possible for life to develop. First, the appearance of small plants encouraged the development of early shellfish and all sorts of fish. Next, green plants began to grow on land. ________were followed by land animals. So reptiles appeared for the first time. Later, dinosaurs developed.________they suddenly disappeared. After that, mammals came into being. Finally, humans appeared and spread all over the earth. However, they are putting too much carbon dioxide into the atmosphere, making the earth too hot________(live) on. So whether life will continue on the earth will depend on ________this problem can be solved.