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2019-2020学年高三英语专项练习专题十短文改错记叙类专练.doc

2019-2020 1 2 1 1,(1 ) For many young people,going to university is one of the most important (stage)of their lives.It is the time when young people will move out of (they)home to live with other people,often strangers. (especial)in the U.S,people often travel very far home to study.It is a time to be (independence). At university,you will (teach)by lectures and professors who are leading figures in their study.The opportunity to learn from and to discuss with them is drives some people to apply to university.Students are required to choose a major that they wish to study.Apart from the (academy)benefit,life at university also can allow students. (develop)their interests in many fields. Therefore,university is a place you attain knowledge,to develop your values and to accept those who may be different. 2, 1 China will allow all couples to have two children, (give) up its decades-long one-child policy, the Communist Party of China (CPC) (announce) after a key meeting on Thursday. The change of policy is intended to balance population development and meet the challenge of an aging population, according to a communique() (issue) after the Fifth Plenary Session of the 18th Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee held from Monday to Thursday. The proposal must be approved by the top legislature( ) it comes into force. China's family planning policy was first introduced in the late 1970s (control) the rapid (grow) of population by limiting most urban couples one child, and as to rural couples, they can have two children on condition that their first child born was a girl. The policy was later relaxed. Parents were both only children in their family could have second child. The one-child policy was (far) loosened in November 2013 after the Third Plenary Session of the 18th CPC Central Committee, and couples are allowed to have two children if one of them is an only child. 3, (1 ) Although Socrates() was poor all his life, he never asked his pupils to pay for their lessons. He taught the love of wisdom, not for money. And he had to say was always new and worth hearing. All his pupils loved him. But his unusual ways of teaching and his demand that students always ask questions made him some (danger) enemies. The rulers did not want to be questioned. So they (false) accused Socrates of teaching young men bad things and (lead) them to ignore religio