As a child I used to wash my parents’car to earn some______ money.
Insomnia, or “poor sleep”,can have bad effects on a person’s health and general well-being. It can 21 on both our physical and mental health and can lead to other health 22.
Insomnia can be traced to many different reasons,but what is 23 to ninny sufferers is their inability to relax fully and switch the mind 24 Constant thoughts,25 around and around in the mind, moving from one 26 to the next, prevent stillness and peace and 27 a sufferer extremely tired.
In order to treat insomnia 28, it is first necessary to allow a sufferer tore-experience 29 real relaxation feel like.It’s almost as though they’ve forgotten how to relax. Once this has been 30 by the brain, then fast and effective 31 can be made to reeducate the unconscious towards allowing the person to relax 32 and to allow anatural state of sleep to 33 .
Hypnotherapy（催眠療法） is one of the fastest and most effective ways of 34 this goal for long-lasting results.
Sleeping pills, if used at all, should only be a short-term 35as their effect is soon reduced and their side effectscan be deep and far-reaching.
Alexia Sloane,a 10-year-old girl,lost her sight when she was two following a brain disease. But despite her disability she has excelled at languages and is already fluent in English, French, Spanish and Chinese. and is learning German.
Now she has experienced her dream job of working as an interpreter after East of England MEP.（歐盟議員）
Robert Sturdy invited her to the parliament building in Brussels, thus becoming the youngest interpreter to work at the European Parliament.
“She was given a special permit to get intothe building, wherethere is usually a minimum age requirement of 14.andsat in a booth listening and interpreting,”saidher mother, Isabelle.“The other interpreters were amazed at how well shedid as the debate was quite complicated and many of the words were rather technical.”
Alexia has been tri-lingual since birth asher mother, a teacher, is half French and half Spanish, while herfather, Richard, is English. She started talking and communicating in all three languages before she lost her sight but adapted quickly to her blindness.By the age of four, she was reading and writing in Braille（盲文）.When she was six. Alexia began to learn Chinese.The girl is now learning German at school in Cambridge.
Alexia has been longing to be an interpreter since she was six and she chose to go to the European Parliament as her prize when she won a young achiever of the year award. She asked if she could shadow interpreters and Mr. Sturdy agreed to take her along as his guest.
Alexia worked with the head of interpreting and had a real taste of lire in parliament.“It was fantastic and I’m absolutely determined now to become an interpreter,” she said.
Lisa:Well, honey, how did you like theopera?
Henry: 56 ?
Lisa: Of course.
Henry:To tell the truth, I was bored to death.What a ridiculous art form! 57
Lisa:Hum! 58 ? It was beautiful. And you just saw one of my favourite operas.
Henry: 59 ,dear. I know you like opera, but it just isn’t for me. I’d rather read a novel or watch a movie.
Lisa:But you don’t know how to appreciate opera.60
Henry:OK,what you’re saying may be true.
A.I really loved it
B.That’s all right
C.What did I say
D.I never want to watch any opera
F.That’s the problem
G.How can you say that
H. Do you want me to be honest
你（Li Yuan）是班長，準備周末組織全班同學參觀歷史博物館（the Museum of History）。