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大学英语Ⅲ-形考作业5

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大学英语Ⅲ-形考作业5


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4、 According to Paul Wylie, a hero is one who does good deeds regularly or inspires others with his own action. 


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2.

2 、People used to be quite disappointed with Paul Wylie because he had performed very unimpressively in sports competitions like the World Championship. 


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3.

1 、Paul Wylie had no idea that the applause was for him when he stepped off the plane because he didn’t think it was a big deal to win a silver medal. 



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4.CETACEANS: FACT FILE
There are over 80 species of whales, dolphins and porpoises, known collectively as '"cetaceans", throughout the world. They come in all shapes and sizes. Here are some facts and figures, about these incredible animals.
1. Largest
The blue whale is the heaviest and longest animal on Earth. The average adult length is 25m for males and 26. 2m for females, with body weights of 90-120 tonnes.
2. Smallest
Hector's dolphin is the world's shortest cetacean. They may be only 1. 2m long when fully grown.
3. Largest Appetite
A blue whale eats up to 4 tonnes of krill daily. This is equivalent to eating a fully grown African elephant every day.
4. Deepest Dive
The sperm whale is believed to dive deeper than any other cetacean. They have been known to dive as deep as 2000m.
5. Longest Lived
One bowhead whale is reported to have been 130 years old when it died.
6. Heaviest Brain
The sperm whale has the world's heaviest brain which can weigh up to 9. 2kg. This compares with the average 1. 4kg for the brain of an adult human.
7. Most Endangered
The baiji dolphin, or Chinese river dolphin, is the rarest dolphin in the world and is reported to be endangered. It lives in the Yangtze River in China. Conservation measures are being taken by the Chinese to save it.
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3、 Although he had experienced very hard times in his skating career he had never thought of giving up and retiring. 


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6.Many people in the UK have done parachute or bungee jumps for charity. People like to help charities and if they can have a bit of fun at the same time then everyone is happy. Usually the person doing the jump has responded to an advertisement in the paper asking for volunteers. The person receives a sponsorship form from the charity, which they complete with the names of friends, relatives and colleagues who promise to give money to the charity if the person does the jump. Once the person has enough sponsorship, he or she will do the jump and usually receives a certificate to show their sponsors. The sponsors then pay their money to the charity
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7.Many people in the UK have done parachute or bungee jumps for charity. People like to help charities and if they can have a bit of fun at the same time then everyone is happy. Usually the person doing the jump has responded to an advertisement in the paper asking for volunteers. The person receives a sponsorship form from the charity, which they complete with the names of friends, relatives and colleagues who promise to give money to the charity if the person does the jump. Once the person has enough sponsorship, he or she will do the jump and usually receives a certificate to show their sponsors. The sponsors then pay their money to the charity
T.对
F.错
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8.CETACEANS: FACT FILE
There are over 80 species of whales, dolphins and porpoises, known collectively as '"cetaceans", throughout the world. They come in all shapes and sizes. Here are some facts and figures, about these incredible animals.
1. Largest
The blue whale is the heaviest and longest animal on Earth. The average adult length is 25m for males and 26. 2m for females, with body weights of 90-120 tonnes.
2. Smallest
Hector's dolphin is the world's shortest cetacean. They may be only 1. 2m long when fully grown.
3. Largest Appetite
A blue whale eats up to 4 tonnes of krill daily. This is equivalent to eating a fully grown African elephant every day.
4. Deepest Dive
The sperm whale is believed to dive deeper than any other cetacean. They have been known to dive as deep as 2000m.
5. Longest Lived
One bowhead whale is reported to have been 130 years old when it died.
6. Heaviest Brain
The sperm whale has the world's heaviest brain which can weigh up to 9. 2kg. This compares with the average 1. 4kg for the brain of an adult human.
7. Most Endangered
The baiji dolphin, or Chinese river dolphin, is the rarest dolphin in the world and is reported to be endangered. It lives in the Yangtze River in China. Conservation measures are being taken by the Chinese to save it.
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9.Many people in the UK have done parachute or bungee jumps for charity. People like to help charities and if they can have a bit of fun at the same time then everyone is happy. Usually the person doing the jump has responded to an advertisement in the paper asking for volunteers. The person receives a sponsorship form from the charity, which they complete with the names of friends, relatives and colleagues who promise to give money to the charity if the person does the jump. Once the person has enough sponsorship, he or she will do the jump and usually receives a certificate to show their sponsors. The sponsors then pay their money to the charity
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10.Many people in the UK have done parachute or bungee jumps for charity. People like to help charities and if they can have a bit of fun at the same time then everyone is happy. Usually the person doing the jump has responded to an advertisement in the paper asking for volunteers. The person receives a sponsorship form from the charity, which they complete with the names of friends, relatives and colleagues who promise to give money to the charity if the person does the jump. Once the person has enough sponsorship, he or she will do the jump and usually receives a certificate to show their sponsors. The sponsors then pay their money to the charity
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