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[SAT真题] 2018年10月6日亚太SAT真题回忆

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发表于 2018-11-26 10:10:19 | 显示全部楼层
本帖最后由 liuxiaole 于 2018-11-26 10:11 编辑

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  Then the promised rewards began rolling up the road into the mountains. Lorries big as houses transported goods from the cities and fouled the air with their exhaust. Service stations and eating places sprouted along the routes to provide for the machines and their men. And developers began to build luxury hotels.
  That year, when Maneck came home for the holidays, he was puzzled (and later alarmed) to discover his father perpetually irritable. They found it impossible to get through the day without Fine Balance 249 quarrelling, breaking into argument even in the presence of customers.
  “What’s the matter with him?” Maneck asked his mother. “When I’m here, he ignores me or fights with me. When I’m at school, he writes letters saying how much he misses me.”
  “You have to understand,” said Mrs. Kohlah, “people change when times change. It does not mean he doesn’t love you.”
  For Mrs. Kohlah, this unhappy vacation would also be remembered as the one during which Maneck abandoned his habit of hugging his parents and whispering good morning. The first time that he came down and took his place silently, his mother waited with her back to the table till the pang of rejection had passed, before she would trust her hands with the hot frying pan. His father noticed nothing.
  Stomach churning, Mr. Kohlah was absorbed in watching the growth of development in the hills. His friends and he agreed it was a malevolent growth. The possibility of increased business at the General Store was no consolation. All his senses were being assaulted by the invasion. The noxious exhaust from lorries was searing his nostrils, he told Mrs. Kohlah, and the ugly throbbing of their engines was ripping his eardrums to shreds.
  Wherever he turned, he began to see the spread of shacks and shanties. It reminded him of the rapidity with which the mange had overtaken his favourite dog. The destitute encampments scratched away at the hillsides, the people drawn from every direction by stories of construction and wealth and employment. But the ranks of the jobless always exponentially outnumbered the jobs, and a hungry army sheltered permanently on the slopes. The forests were being devoured for firewood; bald patches materialized upon the body of the hills.
  Then the seasons revolted. The rain, which used to make things grow and ripen, descended torrentially on the denuded hills, causing mudslides and avalanches. Snow, which had provided an ample blanket for the hills, turned skimpy. Even at the height of winter the cover was ragged and patchy.
  Mr. Kohlah felt a perverse satisfaction at nature’s rebellion. It was a vindication of sorts: he was not alone in being appalled by Fine Balance 250 the hideous rape. But when the seasonal disorder continued year after year, he could take no comfort in it. The lighter the snow cover, the heavier was his heart.
  Maneck said nothing, though he thought his father was being overly dramatic when he declared, “Taking a walk is like going into a war zone.”
  Mrs. Kohlah had never been one for walking. “I prefer to enjoy the view from my kitchen,” she said whenever her husband invited her. “It’s less tiring.”
  But for Mr. Kohlah, long, solitary rambles were the great pleasure of his life, especially after winter, when every outing was graced by delicious uncertainty—what lay round the next bend? A newborn rivulet, perhaps? Wildflowers he had not noticed yesterday? Among his more awesome memories was a mighty boulder riven by a shrub growing out of it. Sometimes he was the victim of a sweet ambush: a prospect of the valley from a hitherto unseen angle.
  Nowadays, every stroll was like a deathwatch, to see what was still standing and what had been felled. Coming upon a favourite tree, he would stop under its branches a while before moving on. He would run his hand along the gnarled trunk, happy that an old friend had survived another day. Many of the rocky ledges that he used to sit on to watch the sunset had been removed by dynamite. When he did find one, he rested for a few minutes and wondered if it would be here for him the next time. Before long they began talking in town about him. “Mr. Kohlah’s screw is getting a little loose,” they said. “He speaks to trees and rocks, and pats them like they were his dogs.” When Maneck heard the gossip, he burned with shame, wishing his father would stop this embarrassing behaviour. He also boiled with anger, wishing to slap some sense into the ignorant, insensitive people.
  文法
  文法第一篇:Untouched Music
  文章大意:在许多的影片中,人们喜欢用theremin来呈现novelty,wonder or strange voice。Theremin的创造者Leo Theremin起初创造它的目的并不是为了将它运用到电影中或是营造unease voice,而是为了取代传统的小提琴。
  Hinchcock将Theremin的声音引入到了他的一部恐怖片之中,他认为“Theremin can cause anxious felt by the main characters”,这部影片受到了一致的好评,并凭此影片赢得了荣誉。除了电影行业,越来越多的电视节目和游戏中也引入了Theremin。尽管它是20实际20年代的产物,在现代的艺术中仍然备受各行各业的艺术家们青睐。
 
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  1.化简(54x^5y^12)^(1/3)
  2.(-1/4,y)落在x^2+y^2=1上,求y.
  3.一个人工作,每去一个家庭交通费15元,工作一个小时50元。最后他去了4个家庭,收入610,问工作了几个小时。
  4.选出y=(x^2-1)(x+1)的图像。在-1是double zero.
  5.y=x^3+ax^2+bx+c,与X轴有三个交点-5,-4,-7,问a是多少。

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  Who inspires you? Over the past year I’ve been honored to travel and meet some exceptional girls. These young women won’t let anything stand in the way of their education. They inspire me.
  Amina is one such girl. I met Amina last summer when I traveled to Nigeria. Her home in northern Nigeria is a place where education is under attack by Boko Haram1
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发表于 2018-11-28 14:12:07 | 显示全部楼层
太棒了!!!谢谢分享,都是好人啊!!!
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发表于 2018-12-8 12:07:43 | 显示全部楼层
how cani I ever thank you for you
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发表于 2018-12-11 14:22:56 | 显示全部楼层
非常好的资料   谢谢分享 大爱
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楼主辛苦了
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发表于 2019-1-28 10:39:30 来自手机 | 显示全部楼层
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发表于 2019-1-31 10:02:01 来自手机 | 显示全部楼层
方便发下2018 10月亚太的阅读解析吗
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发表于 2019-2-22 11:15:09 | 显示全部楼层
谢谢!!!!!!!!!!!
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发表于 2019-2-23 10:57:00 | 显示全部楼层
谢谢提供
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发表于 2019-3-5 14:47:37 | 显示全部楼层
了当年那些老年福利能否呢浪费粮食
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