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高三英语二轮总复习之七选五 一、考察要点 七选五题型是对阅读理解提出了更高层次的要求, 即不仅要有阅读速度, 要对所读文章的主 旨要义、具体信息要有所了解,尤其重要的是要掌握作者的写作意图、观点,并且能够把握文 章的写作结构和脉络层次,只有了解了这一切,才能比较准确地确定应该选择哪个选项。 不过,只要了解了这种题型所考查的要点,出题位置,在阅读文章时有意识地加强对文章 写作思路和

结构组织安排的理解,掌握英语文章常见的几种写作结构,对迅速增强此类新题型 的应对能力是非常有帮助的。 分析篇章结构,把握全篇文脉是七选五解题的关键,英语的语篇 (discourse)通常是由句子和语段(sentence group)构成的,语段是句子和语篇之间的中间层次,句 子虽然能够单独地表达相对完整的思想,但是它不能表达多方面的、比较复杂的思想,只有把 几个句子结合为较大的言语片段,才能表达一个相对独立的层意,所谓的“积句而成章,积章 而成篇。”就是这个道理。 分析文章的层次包含两种形式: 一种是分析整篇文章的层次,也就是段落。 另一种是分析 每一个段落内部的层次,也就是语篇层次。 语篇与段落是有区别的,语段是篇章结构的中间层次,是由句子到篇的一种过渡形式,段 落(paragraph) 是在某些语体(如记叙文、议论文)中比语段更大的意义单位,较小的段落可以 只包括一个语段或一个句子,一般来说,一个段落通常由几个语段构成。 构成语段的方式有两 种: 一是靠句际间意义的结合 ;二是靠句际间的关联词,逻辑性插入语来连接。 二、答题步骤与技巧 我们在分析语段层次时,可以借助句际间的连接词语作出判断,但最主要的还是要真正体 会句际间的意义关系,把握作者的思路,从语序上去发现断续点,理清层次,好文章的层次非 常清晰,只要层层入手,才能真正理解文章 解题步骤与技巧: ●通读整篇文章,理清文章结构和中心。 ●抓住段落大意,理清句际关系。 ●抓住关键词,结合排除法(先易后难) ●最后检查核对层次划分有无错误,语义是否连贯。 技巧解读 ●抓住段落大意,理清句际关系。 三、常见的句际关系 从逻辑意义上来看,语段的句际关系可分为并列、顺序、递进、转折、总分、分总、解释、 因果等关系。 解释关系:是指后面的句子对前面的句子作解释、引申、例证,使意思更加明了、具体。 并列关系:指句与句之间处于平等并列的地位,互不相属,而只是组合在一起共同说明一个问 题。平列关系组合的语段,在次序上并不固定,如果局部改变句子的相互位置并不改变整个语 段的意思。 递进关系:是一种固定的顺序关系,是按语意的轻重、认识的深浅作由轻到重、由浅入深的排 列。 顺序关系:指构成语段的各句子只能按事物发展的过程由先而后地顺序排列,不可随意改变次 序,通常在记叙文或描述固定的操作程序的说明文中用得普遍。
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四、具体方法: 1. 阅读各个空的前后句,标记关键词; 预测句际关系。 在阅读文章的开始部分、明确文章的基本话题以后,要阅读五个空自的前后句,并将前后句中 的解题线索,即关键词标记下来。关键词包括句中的核心名词或名词词组(如带有形容词的名 词词组),专有名词、时间数字、代词、连词等。 2. 阅读各个选项,尤其是选项的首句,标记关键词。 3. 比较并匹配上述两类关键词,核对句际关系,确定答案。 4. 将确定的答案代入原文,看读起来是否通顺。 五、例题讲解

____1___. You don’t show your secret personality when you are awake because you can control your behavior, but when you are asleep, your sleeping position shows the real you. ____2_____. The important position is the one that you go to sleep in. If you go to sleep on your back, you’re a very open person. You normally trust people andyou are easily influenced by fashion or new idea. You don’t like to displease people.So you never express your real feelings. ____3____ If you sleep on your stomach,you are a rather secretive person.You worry a lot and you’re always easily upset.You always stick to your own opinions or judgment,but you aren’t very ambitious. ____4____. This means that you enjoy having a good time. If you sleep curled up, you are probably a very nervous person. You have a low opinion of yourself and so you’re often delusive. You’re shy and you don’t normally like meeting people. You prefer to on your own,You’re easily hurt. If you sleep on your side. yon have usually got a well—balanced personality. ____5_____. Yon’re usually careful. You believe in yourself. Yon sometimes feel anxious, but you don’t often get sad. You always say what you think even if it makes people rather angry. A. You’re quite shy and you aren’t quite sure of yourself. B. You know your strengths and weakness. C. Normally people seldom change their sleeping position D. Everyone has got two personalities—the one that is shown to the world and the other that is secret and real. E. Maybe you don’t want to make friends with a person who sleeps curled up. F .You usually live for today not tomorrow. G. In a normal night,of course,people frequently change their positions.
解题方法: 1. 短文的主旨大意是:主要讨论各种睡眠姿势反映出的各种性格 2. 标记填空前后句中的关键词,猜测句际关系。 本文主要讨论各种睡眠姿势反映出的各种性格。各个空前后句的关键词标记如下: 51.空后:名词词组 secret personality ,don’t show 52.空前 position 空后 important ,position, the one ,等。说明空中要填入的选项含有此类词汇。
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53.关键词:never express your real feelings 54.关键词:aren’t very ambitious(上进心)。空后,you enjoy having a good time. 55.空前句中的关键词:well—balanced ,空后为 careful 3. 标记选项中的关键词 (A) 关键词 shy,aren’t quite sure 说明空的前一句可能提到过一种不敢干什么 (B) know your strengths and weakness 说明一个人性格是好的,优缺点都知道而且能调控。 (C) seldom change their sleeping position 说明前后一句可能提到数字,而且是很少的。 (D) two personalities,shown secret (E) don’t want to make friends, sleeps curled up.(说明前面或后面肯定提到蜷着身子睡觉的人 的各种个性。 (F) live for today not tomorrow(活在当下,没抱负) (G) frequently change their positions. 4. 比较两类关键词 将 7 个选项的关键词与 5 个空的前后句中的关键词进行比较,发现匹配的是: 51 与 D、52 与 G、53 与 A、54 与 F、 55 与 B。 5. 代入原文 将确定的选项代入原文,发现意义上与逻辑上都通顺,因此为正确答案。 六、模拟练习

1 Everyone knows that the Frenchmen are romantic, the Italians are fashionable and the Germans are serious. Are these just stereotypes or is there really such a thing as national character? And if there is, can it affect how a nation succeed or fail? At least one group of people is certain that it can. A recent survey of the top 500 entrepreneurs ( 企业家 ) in the UK found that 70% felt that their efforts were not appreciated by the British public. Britain is hostile to success, they said. It has a culture of jealousy. ___1____. Jealousy is sometimes known as the ―green-eyed monster‖ and the UK is its home. Scientists at Warwich University in the UK recently tested this idea. They gathered a group of people together and gave each an imaginary amount of money. ___2____. Those given a little were given the chance to destroy the large amount of money given to others – but at the cost of losing their own. Two thirds of the people tested agreed to do this. ___3___ . But there is also opposite evidence. The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development recently reported that the UK is now the world’s fourth largest economy. That is not bad for people who are supposed to hate success. People in the UK also work longer hours than anyone else in Europe. So the British people are not lazy, either. ―It is not really success that the British dislike,‖ says Carey Cooper, a professor of management at the University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology. ―It’s
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people using their success in a way that seems proud or unfair or which separates them from their roots.‖ ____4____ They set out to do things in their way. They work long hours. By their own efforts they become millionaires. ___5___. It hardly seems worth following their example. If they were more friendly, people would like them more. And more people want to be like them. A. This seems to prove that the entrepreneurs were right to complain. B. The one who owns most money in the end is the winner. C. As a result, the survey said, entrepreneurs were ―unloved, unwanted and misunderstood.‖ D. It is not true that British people are born jealous of others’ success. E. Some were given a little, others a great deal. F. But instead of being happy they complain that nobody loves them. G. Perhaps it is the entrepreneurs who are the problem. 答案:CEAGF 2 We are all called upon to make a speech at some point in life, but most of us don’t do a very good job. ___1____ . So, you have to give a speech—and you are terrified. You get nervous, you forget what you want to say, you stumble(结结巴巴) over words, you talk too long, and you bore your audience. Later you think, ―Thank Goodness, it’s over. I’m just not good at public speaking. I hope I never have to do that again.‖ Cheep up! ___2____. Here are some simple steps to take the pain out of speech making. Ask yourself the purpose of your speech. What is the occasion? Why are you speaking? Then, gather as many facts as you can on your subject. Spend plenty of your time doing your research. Then spend plenty of your time organizing your material so that your speech is clear and easy to follow. Use as many examples as possible, and use pictures, charts, and graphs if they help you make your points more clearly. ___3___. Don’t talk down to them. Treat your audience with respect. They will appreciate your thoughtfulness. Just remember: Be prepared. Know your subject, your audience, and the occasion. Be brief. ___4___. And be yourself. Let your personality come through so that you make person-to-person contact with your audience. If you follow these simple steps, you will see that you don’t have to be afraid of public speaking. In fact, you may find the experience so enjoyable that you volunteer to make more speeches! You’re not convinced yet? ___5____. A. It doesn’t have to be that bad. B. Take several deep breaths before your speech.
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C. This article gives some advice on how to give a good speech. D. Say what you have to say and then stop. E. Don’t give a try to say what you aren’t familiar with. F. Never forget your audience. G. Give it a try and see what happens. CAFDG 3 Why do some people have many friends while others do not? ___1____. However, it is not so. Let’s look at two psychological experiments which will give you the key to happy interpersonal relations. The first experiment is called the ―Hawthorne effect‖ after Hawthorne, Illinois, where the experiment took place. A group of psychologists examined the work patterns of two groups of workers in the Western Electric Company. ___2___.The psychologists changed the working conditions for one group twice but left the other group alone. They were surprised to find that productivity increase on both occasions and in both groups. They concluded that the increase in productivity came from the attention given to the workers by the management. It had increased their motivation and so they had worked harder. In other words, if you take an interest in others, they will want to please you and you will have good relations with them. ____3____. After Martin Luther King, Jr was killed in the 1960s, a teacher, Jane Elliott, living in an all-white town decided to help her class of young children understand why the Civil Rights Movement had been necessary in America. She divided the class into two groups: one with blue eyes and the other with brown eyes. Other eye colours such as hazel or green were excluded from his exercise. Then she told the class that brown-eyed people were cleverer than blue-eyed ones because of an agent for brown colour found in their blood. Blue -eyed people were stupid, lazy and not to be trusted. Jane Elliott did not need to say any more. The brown -eyed students quickly got used to their new role as the leaders of the class. The blue-eyed students became quiet and withdrawn. Then she discovered something very interesting. Four poor brown-eyed readers began to read fluently in a way they had never done before. ___4___. So if you want to be successful and happy, take an interest in others whether they are your classmates or workmates. Congratulate them on their successes and sympathize(同情) with them in their troubles. ___5_____. A. Before the experiment the management talked to both groups of workers and explained that they wanted to find the best working environment for them. B. Remember that the way you treat others will decide their attitude and behaviour to you. C. The second experiment shows what happens to personal relations if you are rude to or ignore(忽略) others.
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D. The ones who have more friends usually are those who care about others. E. Jane Elliott had shown that the way people are treated affects not only their behaviour but also their confidence and their performance. F. You may even imagine that this ability was something they were born with because it seems so effortless to them. G. The second experiment tells us what teachers said has a great effect on the students FACEB 4 Can you imagine your parents choosing your husband or wife for you? And can you imagine not setting eyes on him or her until your wedding day? This situation is common in India, the Middle East and many parts of Africa. ___1___. We don't realize that people in other places often get married in very different ways ---and with different motives. ___2___. A marriage provides a safe and stable home for the husband and wife.It also joins two families, which benefits the couple's parents and makes them happy.Marriage also brings children, making sure the couple will be taken care of in old age.Because a marriage is important for the whole family, some cultures don't let young people choose whom to marry. Just as there are many different reasons for marriage, there are also many different wedding rituals(仪式).___3___. In a typical Western wedding, the bride seeks good luck by wearing "something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue." Something old represents the past.Something new represents success in the future.Something borrowed reminds the bride she can get help from her friends and family.___4____. In Poland, one wedding tradition is not only lucky, but also very practical.The wedding guests pin money to the bride's dress while she is dancing.The money is meant to bring luck and to help the young couple build their new life.In Bermuda, the young couple plants a tree in the yard of their new home.Once they move in, they take good care of the tree , making it grow and blossom. The planting of the tree is a good metaphor (隐喻) for marriage.___5____. A.Every culture has its own ways of bringing good luck to the happy couple. B.A truly good marriage is something that grows with care. C.In the United States, parents do not arrange marriages for their children. D.And something blue reminds her to be true to her husband. E.Marriage customs around the world often differ from our own. F.In many countries, marriage is a practical matter. G.Different countries have different cultures. EFADB
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5 A great life doesn't happen by accident. It is the result of allocating(分配) your time, energy, thoughts, and hard work towards what you want your life to be. Stop setting yourself up for stress and failure, and start setting up your life to support success and ease. It is the result of using what you get in a creative and thoughtful way, instead of just what comes next. ___1___ S—Simplify. A great life is the result of simplifying your life. People often misinterpret what simplify means. It's not a way to remove work from your life. ___2____. In order to create a great life, you will have to make room for it in yours first. E—Effort. A great life is the result of your best effort. Creating it requires that you make some adjustments. It may mean re-evaluating how you spend your time, or choosing to spend your money in a different way. Life will reward your best effort. C—Create priorities(首要事情). A great life is the result of creating priorities. It's easy to spend your days just responding to the next thing that gets your attention, instead of intentionally using the time, energy and money you have in a way that's important to you. ___3____. R—Remove distractions. A great life is the result of removing distractions. ___4____. Removing distractions can be a difficult concept to many people, since they haven't really considered that there is another way to live. Find ways to free up your mental energy for things that are more important to you. T—Thoughts. __5___. Your belief in the outcome will directly determine how successful you are. Motivated people have specific goals and look for ways to achieve them. Believing there is a solution to the same old problems you encounter year after year is vitally important to creating a life that you love. A. When you focus on simplifying your life, you free up energy and time for the work that you enjoy and the purpose for which you are here. B. A great life is the result of having reserves—reserves of things, time, space, energy and money. C. Today, right now, is the right day to start to take a step in the direction of your heart’s desires. D. Up to 75% of your mental energy can be tied up in things that stop you concentrating. E. Now please use ―secrets‖ to fit your own needs and style, and start creating your own great life today. F. A great life is the result of controlling your thoughts so that you accept and allow for the possibility that it actually can happen to you! G. Focus on removing the obstacles that get in the way of you making sure you are honoring your priorities. EAGDF
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6 ___1____ .She described all the things she had to do -one was to make her bed- from the moment she woke up until she flew out of the door for work. I suggested she experiment by not making her bed for two weeks. She was shocked, probably thinking I’d been raised by wolves in a forest. ___2___. Two weeks later she went into my office beaming. She had left her bed unmade for the first time in 42 years-and nothing bad had happened. ―And you know what?‖ she said. ―I don’t dry my dishes anymore, either.‖ ___3___.One was discovering that she had choices in her life that she had never seen before. The other was giving herself permission to be less that perfect. This story shows an important principle (原理) about managing time: No one can do it all. Each of us has to make choices and accept trade – offs. The problem is, many people choose in ways that put themselves and their health last. They take better care of their houses and cars than they do of themselves. ___4___. So what is the solution? There’s an easy way. Decide what you want in your life, and put that first. On a daily basis, that should include regular meals, enough sleep and time with your family. Exercise, leisure, friendships and hobbies should also be regular aspects of life. ___5____. The choice is yours: whatever makes you feel good about yourself and your life. Take a nap. Take a walk. Take time to play the piano. Stop bringing your briefcase home from the office. Stop keeping your house as clean as your mother kept hers. Fill more of your time with want – to – dos instead of have – to – dos. A. This woman had made two major breakthroughs (突破). B. Above all, you needn’t do anything for yourself regularly. C. They put everyone else’s needs ahead of their own. D. However, she went along with my idea. E. Most people do not take time to relax themselves. F. The point is to do something for yourself every day. G. A patient came to see me about the stress in her life. GDACB 7 A punctual person is in the habit of doing a thing at the proper time and is never late in keeping an appointment. __1__. He is always in a hurry and in the end loses both time and his good name. A lost thing may be found again, but lost time can never be regained. Time is more valuable than material things. ___2__. The unpunctual man is forever wasting and mismanaging his most valuable assets as well as the assets of others'. The unpunctual person is always complaining that he finds no time to answer letters or return calls or keep appointments promptly. ____3____. He knows that he can not get through his huge amount of work
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unless he faithfully attends to every piece of work when it has to be attended to . Failure to be punctual in keeping one's appointments is a sign of disrespect towards others. If a person is invited to dinner and arrives later than the appointed time,he keeps all the other guests waiting for him. ___4___. Unpunctuality, moreover, is very harmful when it comes to doing one's duty, whether public or private. Imagine how it would be if those who are put in charge of important tasks failed to be at their proper place at the appointed time.__5___. A. But the man who really has a great deal to do is very careful with his time and seldom complains because he lacks it. B. The unpunctual man,on one hand,never does what he should do ahead of time. C. In fact,time is life itself. D. A man who is known to be habitually unpunctual is never trusted by his friends or fellow men. E. The unpunctual man,on one hand,never does what he has to do at the proper time. F. All guests present ought to be respected by the host. G. Usually this will be regarded as a great disrespect to the host and all other guests present. BCAGD 8 May the first is an important date in the college admission process in the United States. This is the last day for high school seniors to accept or reject offers of admission in the fall. But according to a recent report, there is a great change. Acceptance rates at the top colleges this year were lower than ever. __1___. These days, college applicants are applying to more colleges because online and common applications make the process easier. ___2___. On the other hand, deciding students for top colleges to accept can be difficult because it takes much time. Students may not like being put on waiting lists. Also, common colleges work more to get the students they accept to accept them. Some colleges hold visiting days that offer a chance to attend classes and stay overnight. Some universities send gifts. ___3___. For many families, the most important thing colleges can do is show them the money, especially this year; the weak economy makes parents nervous. ___4___. The recent problems that spread from the housing market to credit markets have even affected student’s loans. So lately, top schools have to spare lots of money to increase their financial aid for students. __5___. The Education Department expects the number of high school graduates to start to go down. This will happen as the last of the children of the baby boom generation finish high school. The number is not expected to start rising again until 2015. A. Besides, top colleges are facing changes in the population.
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B. What contributes to it? C. But a mistake can be costly if it happens. D. But top colleges ignore them. E. They have international students who know English. F. It can mean several acceptances to choose from. G. They cannot afford college as planned. BFDGA 9 Parents and doctors have the same worry over especially low birthweight newborns. __1__. A trend has therefore developed to make special formulas (配方) of extra nutrients and protein-rich foods for these tiny babies. Unfortunately, a British study has found that this practice could have negative long term effects, such as high blood pressure in adulthood. Between 1993 and 1995,Atul Singhal of the Institute of Child Health and his colleagues researched 299 full-term newborns, each of whom weighed very little for their age. The babies’ moms had decided not to breastfeed(用母乳喂养). ___2___. The rest received a formula with more nutrients and 28 percent more protein than the standard formula. The growth of all of these children was compared to that of 175 similarly low birthweight babies whose mothers had chosen to breastfeed their children for their first 9 months. ___3___. They found 83 babies from the normal-formula group, 70 babies from the extra-formula group, and 95 babies from the breast fed group. ____4____. According to the latest data, children who had received the extra formula had significantly higher blood pressures than those in the other two groups. Seven human test have indeed shown that when infants are overfed before being stopped breastfeeding, they have an increased possibility to become fat as youngsters. No matter how big a child is at birth, he or she will probably reach the same adult height no matter how quickly the baby grows. But reaching one’s adult size at a slow-to-moderate speed may have a lot of benefits, as Singhal says. __5___ A. Half of these children were given a normal infant(幼儿)formula for 9 months B. When they grow up, they might have high blood pressure. C. These babies have very little energy because they are so small. D. Six to eight years later, the researchers gave the children a series of measurements and tests. E. The results were quite surprising. F. Tiny babies will grow much slower if they are not specially fed. G. His advice to parents: Be patient. Don’t rush a child’s growth. CADEG
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10 Last month, students from one hundred and three universities in eighty-eight countries took part in an international computer programming contest. The Battle of the Brains took place in Harbin, China. ___1___. Jerry Cain, coach of Stanford University Team, California, says ―One of the programming problems was trying to figure out how to break an arbitrary chocolate bar into a certain number of pieces of a certain number of sizes and to do it as quickly as possible. ___2____.‖ The students first listed the problems in order of difficulty. ___3___. They designed ways to test their solutions. And they wrote needed software systems. Even the winning team form Shanhai Jiaotong University in China was not able to solve all the problems within the given time limit. Stanford’s team solved five problems and finished in 14th place. Stanford was one of twenty-one American universities that took part in the contest this year. ___4___. It began in 1970 at Texas A and M University. The contest quickly became popular in the United States and Canada. It developed and grew as more and more schools took part in local and area contests. The first final competition was held in 1977 at the Association for Computer Machinery Computer Science Conference. Today, a network of universities holds area competitions that send the winners to the world finals, now organized by IBM. Contest spokesman Doug Heintzman says the world champions receive prizes and scholarships. ___5____. A.The competitors show great interest in IBM. B.Then they figured out the requirements of each. C.And that’s probably the simplest of all of them. D.This competition is an opportunity to be recognized by famous universities from the world. E.Three-person teams from each school had five hours to solve eleven real world problems. F.The official name of the Battle of the Brains is the ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest. G.They are also guaranteed and offer of employment with IBM. ECBFG 11 ―Any fool can criticize, condemn, and complain but it takes character and self control to be understanding and forgiving.‖— Dale Carnegie If we really want to be happy, why do we act like such babies? We can claim to be proactive in our life by settings goals and going after what we want. But if we’re always whining and complaining all the time, are we really living
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effectively? __1__. Whether it be being stuck in traffic, being bothered by the weather, not enough mustard on your sandwich, or whatever it is, there are endless instances where you can find a reason to complain. But it’s not just outside circumstances that we complain about. ___2___. We complain about about ourselves too. We complain that we don’t have enough time, we don’t have enough money (this one is huge because it’s often ―true‖), that we’re not smart enough, cool enough, or just enough. ___3___. I never really thought about it much until I found this website about ―living in a complain free world.‖ Imagine how much happier you would be if you simply stopped complaining? Much of what you complain about is outside of your control anyway. What’s the point of brooding about something you have no power to change? ___4___. Simply becoming conscious of how much you complain is the first step to stopping. When you recognize that you’re complaining, stop and take notice of it. Ask yourself if you would rather complain, or be happy. ___5___. A.We complain about ourselves too. B.Not very intelligent, if you ask me. C.Why can’t we complain about things around us? D.Are you ready to live a complaint – free, happier life? E.What you’re complaining about may make you quite unhappy. F.If you don’t believe me, count how many times you complain in one day. G.I’ve experienced lots of unpleasantness for complaining about things I can’t control. FAGBD 12 I live in Japan, where electronic items are a way of life, so it is no surprise that many students carry these little electronic dictionaries. E-dictionaries may be light and compact(简洁的) more so than any paper dictionary. __1___. It depends on which one you buy. To me, these are pretty much the limits to their advantages. I think e-dictionaries should be limited in their use in classrooms. ___2___. E-dictionaries are much more expensive. In Japan, they cost as little as 10,000 yen (US$100)much as 40,000 yen, depending on how many functions you want (or think you want) and depending on how fashionable you are. My trusty Random House paper dictionary is copyrighted at1995, cost me a mere US$12.95 plus tax. E-dictionaries are more fragile. Drop your paper dictionary. Go ahead. Hold it above your head and drop it. ___3___. E-dictionaries need batteries. Batteries are temperature sensitive. Batteries cost
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money, too. E-dictionaries have keypads. Typing in the spelling of a word is harder and more time consuming than looking through pages and using the index at the top of each page. ___4___. Such little devices beep(嘟嘟声) when you press the buttons, but it is very disturbing to some people in a classroom situation or library. Finally, let’s consider making corrections or additions. No dictionary is perfect, paper version or electronic. However, when you find something you’d like to change in the e-dictionary, you can’t do anything about it. You can pencil in some notes with the paper type. Similarly, if you learn a word that isn’t in the dictionary, a few notes of a pencil make it easy to increase its memory capacity. ___5___. And, for those students whose habit is to mark certain words with a highlight pen for ease of future reference, again, the paper dictionary wins out. A.But it is impossible to do so with a keypad model B.They may even contain more words and expressions C.Sometimes e-dictionaries trouble you and you really don’t know how to get rid of them. D.Now, try this with any lightweight plastic e-dictionary, and you’ll be picking up the pieces E.That huge, heavy paper dictionary that you see in your library looks like a building block in size and weight. F.E-dictionaries have advantages as well as disadvantages G.Let’s take a look at the following reasons BGDCA

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