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英语-天津卷

2018年普通高等学校招生全国统一考试(天津卷)

英语笔试

第Ⅰ卷

第一部分:英语知识运用(共两节,满分45分)

第一节:单项填空(共15小题;每小题1分,满分15分)

从A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。

例:Standoverthereyou'llbeabletoseeitbetter.

A.or

B.and

C.but

D.while

答案是B。

1.-Wasn'tJoansupposedtobeherebynow?

-,Shewillbehereinabouttwentyminutes.

A.Allright

B.Don'tworry

C.Nowonder

D.Enjoyyourself

2.Kate,sisterIsharedaroomwithwhenwewereatcollege,hasgonetoworkinAustralia.

A.whom

B.that

C.Whose

D.her

3.AtfirstRobertwouldn'tlethisdaughtergodiving,buteventuallyheasshewassoconfidentaboutherskills.

A.gavein

B.dressedup

C.brokein

D.turnedup

4.let'snotpickthesepeachesuntilthisweekendtheygetsweetenoughtobeeaten.

A.eversince

B.asif

C.eventhough

D.sothat

5.-I'mmovinginafewdaysandIwonderifyoucouldhelp.

-Justletmeknowwhen,andI'llbethere.

A.Youbet

B.Itdepends

C.Forgetit

D.Nokidding

6.Thethatthereislifeonotherplanetsintheuniversehasalwaysinspired

scientiststoexploretheouterspace.

A.advice

B.order

C.possibility

D.invitation

7.IneedanewpassportsoIwillhavetohavemyphotograph.

A.taking

B.taken

C.beingtaken

D.take

8.Ittookhimalongtimetotheskillsheneededtobecomeagooddancer.

A.display

B.acquire

C.teach

D.test

9.Thegoldmedalwillbeawardedtowinsthefirstplaceinthebicyclerace.

A.whomever

B.wherever

C.whoever

D.whatever

10.Ican'tfindmypurse.Iitinthesupermarketyesterday,butI'mnotsure.

A.shouldleave

B.musthaveleft

C.mightleave

D.couldhaveleft

11.Bobthoughthecouldn'tgotothepartybecausehehadtowriteareport,buthewent.

A.atfirst

B.afterall

C.aboveall

D.atrandom

12.Ididn'tmeananythingbuttheicecreamlookedsogoodthatIcouldn'thelpit.

A.tocat:totry

B.eating:trying

C.eating,totry

D.toeat;trying

13.Mywashingmachinethisweek,soIhavetowashmyclothesbyhand.

A.wasrepaired

B.isrepaired

C.isbeingrepaired

D.hasbeenrepaired

14.ItwasonlywhenthecarpulledupinfrontofourhousewesawLilyinthepassengerseat.

A.which

B.that

C.when

D.where

15.Ifwetheflightyesterday,wewouldbeenjoyingourholidayonthebeachnow.

A.hadcaught

B.caught

C.havecaught

D.wouldcatch

第二节:完形填空(共20小题:每小题1.5分,满分30分)

阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从16~35各题所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出最佳选项。

Nooneisbornawinner.Peoplemakethemselvesintowinnersbytheirown16.

Ilearnedthislessonfroma(n)17manyyearsago.Itookthehead___18__jobataschoolinBaxley,Georgia.Itwasasmallschoolwithaweakfootballprogram.

Itwasatraditionfortheschool'soldteamtoplayagainstthe19teamattheendofspringpractice.Theoldteamhadnocoach,andtheydidn'tevenpracticeto20thegame.Beingthecoachofthenewteam,IwasexcitedbecauseIknewweweregoingtowin,buttomydisappointmentweweredefeated.Icouldn't21Ihadgotintosuchasituation.Thinkinghardaboutit,Icameto22thatmyteammightnotbethenumberoneteaminGeorgia,buttheywere23me.Ihadtochangemy24abouttheirabilityandpotential.

IstarteddoinganythingIcouldtohelpthembuildalittle25.Mostimportant,I

begantotreatthemlike26.Thatsummer,whentheotherteamsenjoyedtheir27,wemeteverydayand28passingandkickingthefootball.

Sixmonthsaftersufferingour29onthespringpracticefield,wewonourfirst

gameandoursecond,andcontinuedto30.Finally,wefacedthenumberoneteamin

thestate.Ifeltthatitwouldbea31forusevenifwelostthegame.Butthatwasn't

whathappened.MyboysbeatthebestteaminGeorgia,givingmeoneofthegreatest32ofmylife!

FromtheexperienceIlearnedalotabouthowtheattitudeoftheleadercan33themembersofateam.Insteadofseeingmyboysaslosers,Ipushedand34them.I

helpedthemtoseethemselves35,andtheybuiltthemselvesintowinners

Winnersaremade,notborn.

16.A.luck

B.tests

C.efforts

D.nature

17.A.experiment

B.experience

C.visit

D.show

18.A.operating

B.editing

C.consulting

D.coaching

19.A.successful

B.excellent

C.strong

D.new

20.A.cheerfor

B.preparefor

C.helpwith

D.finishwith

21.A.believe

B.agree

C.describe

D.regret

22.A.realize

B.claim

C.permit

D.demand

23.A.reactingto

B.lookingfor

C.dependingon

D.caringabout

24.A.decision

B.attitude

C.conclusion

D.intention

25.A.pride

B.culture

C.fortune

D.relationship

26.A.leaders

B.partners

C.winners

D.learners

27.A.reward

B.vacations

C.health

D.honor

28.A.risked

B.missed

C.considered

D.practiced

29.A.defeat

B.decline

C.accident

D.mistake

30.A.relax

B.Improve

C.expand

D.defend

31.A.shame

B.burden

C.victory

D.favor

32.A.chances

B.thrills

C.concerns

D.offers

33.A.surprise

B.serve

C.interest

D.offers

34.A.encouraged

B.observed

C.protected

D.impressed

35.A.honestly

B.individually

C.calmly

D.differently

第二部分:阅读理解(共20小题:每小题2.5分,满分50分)

阅读下列短文,从每题所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出最佳选项。

A

FirePreventionInformation

TheUniversityofAdelaideemploysafull-timestafffirepreventionprofessionals.Theyinspectallcampusbuildingsandtestandmaintainallsprinkler(喷水灭火装置)systems,firealarms,andfireextinguishers(灭火器),Theyalsoprovideeducationalprogramsonfiresafetyintheresidencehalls.Wheneveryoumovetoanewarea,youshouldlocatethefirealarmpullstationsandthetwoexitsnearestyourroom.

FireAlarms

Thefloorsofallcampusbuildingsareequippedwithmanual(手动的)firealarmsystemswhichincludefirealarmpullstationsandpipes.Mostarealsoequippedwithautomaticfirealarmsystemsconsistingofheatdetectors,smokedetectorsandsprinklers.Foryoursafety,nevertamperwith(胡乱摆弄)thesesystems.Falseareillegalandmayleadtoimprisonment.

FireDrills

Afiredrillwillbeconductedinyourresidencehalleverysemester.Duringafiredrill,

pleasedothefollowing:

TakeyourroomkeyandID,closeandlockthedoortoyourroom.

Exitimmediatelyfromthenearestemergencyexit;donotusealift.

Moctoutsideofyourresidencehallandwaitforfurtherinstructions.

FireExtinguishers

Fireextinguishersarelocatedoneachfloorandineachapartment.Useafireextinguisheronlyifyouhavebeentrainedtodoso.Irresponsibleuseofafireextinguishercancreateadangeroussituationforotherresidentsandcouldresultindamagetopersonalproperty.Misuseofafireextinguisherwillresultinfines.

SmokeDetector

Asmokedetectorisontheceilinginyourroom.Somebuildingsalsohaveheatdetectorsontheceilings.Dothefollowingtoensurethesafeoperationofyoursmokedetector:

·Ifyoursmokedetectorisworkingproperly,theredlightshouldbeon.Iftheredlightisnotblinking(闪动),contactresidencehallstaffimmediately.

·Donotcoverorblockyoursmokedetectorinanyway.

·Ifasmokedetectorsetsoffanalarmandthereisnofireorsmoke.informyourhallstaff.

36.Whatisthemaindutyofthefirepreventionprofessionals?

A.Toprovidepart-timejobsforstudents.

B.Toleadthestudentstothenearestexits.

C.Tocheckandmaintainfirepreventionequipment.

D.Totrainteacherstobefirepreventionprofessionals.

37.Whatdotheautomaticfirealarmsystemsinclude?

A.Pipesandsmokedetectors.

B.Smokedetectorsandsprinklers.

C.FirealarmPullstationsandpipes.

D.Sprinklersandfirealarmpullstations.

38.Inafiredrill,thestudentsshould

A.rushquicklytoalift

B.gatheratthenearestexit

C.shutthedoorandleaveatonce

D.waitforinstructionsinthehall

39.Whatdoweknowabouttheuseoffireextinguishers?

A.Usingthemwronglyresultsinpunishment.

B.Irresponsibleuseofthemcandamagethem

C.Improperuseofthemcandestroytheapartment

D.Usingthemwithoutatrainerpresentisforbidden

40.Toensurethesafeoperationofthesmokedetector,oneshould.

A.contactthehallstaffregularly

B.coverthethingsthatburneasily

C.startthesmokedetectorinafire

D.makecertaintheredlightisworking

B

WhenIwas17,IreadamagazinearticleaboutamuseumcalledtheMcNay,oncethehomeofawatercoloristnamedMarianMcNay.Shehadrequestedthecommunitytoturnitintoamuseumuponherdeath.OnasunnySaturday,SallyandIdroveovertothemuseum.Sheasked,"Doyouhavetheaddress?""No,butI'llrecognizeit,therewasapictureinthemagazine.

“Oh,stop.Thereitis!”

Themuseumwasfree.Weentered,excited.Agroupofpeoplesittinginthehallstoppedtalkingandstaredatus.

"MayIhelpyou?"amanasked."No,"Isaid.“we'refine.”Tourguidesgotonmynerves.Whatiftheytalkedalongtimeaboutapaintingyouweren’tthatinterestedin?Sallyhadgoneupstairs.Thepeopleinthehallseemedverynosy(爱窥探的),keepingtheireyesonmewithcuriosity.Whatwastheirproblem?Isawsomenicesculpturesinoneroom.SuddenlyIsensedamanstandingbehindme."wheredoyouthinkyouare?"heasked.Iturnedsharply."TheMcNayArtMuseum!”Hesmiled,shakinghishead."Sorry,theMcNayisonNewBraunfelsStreet.""what'sthisplace?"Iasked,stillconfused."Well,it'sourhome.”Myheartjolted(震颤),Iracedtothestaircaseandcalledout,“Sally!Comedownimmediately!

“There'ssomereallygoodstuff(艺术作品)upthere.”Shesteppeddown,lookingconfused.Ipushedhertowardthefrontdoor,wavingatthefamily,saying,"Sorry,pleaseforgiveus,youhaveareallyniceplace."Outside,whenItoldSallywhathappened,shecoveredhermouth,laughingShecouldn'tbelievehowlongtheyletuslookaroundwithoutsayinganything.

TherealMcNaywassplendid,butwefeltnervousthewholetimewewerethere.VanGogh,Picasso.Thistime,westayedtogether,incaseanythingelseunusualhappened.

Thirtyyearslater,awomanapproachedmeinapublicplace."Excuseme,didyoueverenteraresidence,longago,thinkingitwastheMcNayMuseum?"

"Yes.Buthowdoyouknow?Wenevertoldanyone.”

"Thatwasmyhome.Iwasateenagersittinginthehall.Beforeyoucameover,IneverrealizedwhatabeautifulplaceIlivedin.Ineverfeltluckybefore.Youthoughtitwasamuseum.Myfeelingsaboutmyhomechangedafterthat.I'vealwayswantedtothankyou”

41.WhatdoweknowaboutMarianMcNay?

A.Shewasapainter.

B.Shewasacommunityleader.

C.Shewasamuseumdirector.

D.Shewasajournalist.

42.Whydidtheauthorrefusethehelpfromthemaninthehouse?

A.Shedislikedpeoplewhowerenosy.

B.Shefeltnervouswhentalkingtostrangers.

C.Sheknewmoreaboutartthantheman.

D.Shemistookhimforatourguide.

43.Howdidtheauthorfeelaboutbeingstaredatbythepeopleinthehall?

A.Puzzled.

B.Concerned.

C.Frightened.

D.Delighted.

44.WhydidtheauthordescribetherealMcNaymuseuminjustafewwords?

A.Therealmuseumlackedenoughartworktointeresther.

B.Shewastooupsettospendmuchtimeattherealmuseum.

C.TheMcNaywasdisappointingcomparedwiththehouse.

D.Theeventhappeninginthehousewasmoresignificant.

45.Whatcouldwelearnfromthelastparagraph?

A.Peopleshouldhavegoodtastetoenjoylife.

B.Peopleshouldspendmoretimewiththeirfamily

C.Peopletendtobeblindtothebeautyaroundthem.

D.Peopletendtoeducateteenagersatamuseum.

C

There'sanewfrontierin3Dprintingthat'sbeginningtocomeintofocus:food.Recentdevelopmenthasmadepossiblemachinesthatprint,cook,andservefoodsonamassscale.Andtheindustryisn'tstoppingthere.

Foodproduction

Witha3Dprinter,acookcanprintcomplicatedchocolatesculpturesandbeautifulpiecesfordecorationonaweddingcake.Noteverybodycandothat-ittakesyearsofexperience,butaprintermakesiteasy.ArestaurantinSpainusesaFoodinito"re-createformsandpieces"offoodthatare"exactlythesame,”freeingcookstocompleteothertasks.Inanotherrestaurant,allofthedishesanddessertsitservesare3D-printed,ratherthanfarmtotable .

Sustainability(可持续性)

Theglobalpopulationisexpectedtogrowto9.6billionby2050,andsomeanalystsestimatethatfoodproductionwillneedtoberaisedby50percenttomaintaincurrentlevels.Sustainabilityisbecominganecessity.3Dfoodprintingcouldprobablycontributetothesolution.Someexpertsbelieveprinterscouldusehydrocolloids(水解胶体)fomplentifulrenewableslikealgae(藻类)andgrasstoreplacethefamiliaringredients(烹饪原料).3Dprintingcanreducefueluseandemissions.Grocerystoresofthefuturemightstock"food"thatlastsyearsonend,freeingupshelfspaceandreducingtransportationandstoragerequirements

Nutrition

Future3Dfoodprinterscouldmakeprocessedfoodhealthier.HodLipson,aprofessoratColumbiaUniversity,said,"Foodprintingcouldallowconsumertoprintfoodwithcustomizednutritionalcontent.likevitamins.Soinsteadofeatingapieceofyesterday'sbreadfromthesupermarket,you'deatsomethingbakedjustforyouondemand."

Challenges

Despiterecentadvancementsin3Dfoodprinting,theindustryhasmanychallengestoovercome.Currently,mostingredientsmustbechangedtoapaste(糊状物)beforeaprintercanusethem,andtheprintingprocessisquitetime-consuming,becauseingredientsinteractwitheachotherinverycomplexways.Ontopofthat,mostofthe3Dfoodprintersnowarerestrictedtodryingredients,becausemeatandmilkproductsmayeasilygobad.Someexpertsareskepticalaboutfoodprinters,believingtheyarebettersuitedforfastfoodrestaurantsthanhomesandhigh-endrestaurants.

46.Whatbenefitdoes3Dprintingbringtofoodproduction?

A.Ithelpscookstocreatenewdishes.

B.Itsavestimeandeffortincooking.

C.Itimprovesthecookingconditions.

D.Itcontributestorestaurantdecorations.

47.Whatcanwelearnabout3DfoodprintingfromParagraph3?

A.Itsolvesfoodshortageseasily.

B.Itquickensthetransportationoffood.

C.Itneedsnospaceforthestorageoffood.

D.Itusesrenewablematerialsassourcesoffood.

48.AccordingtoParagraph4,3D-printedfood.

A.ismoreavailabletoconsumers

B.canmeetindividualnutritionalneeds

C.ismoretastythanfoodinsupermarkets

D,cankeepallthenutritioninrawmaterials

49.Whatisthemainfactorthatprevents3Dfoodprintingfromspreadingwidely?

A.Theprintingprocessiscomplicated.

B.3Dfoodprintersaretooexpensive.

C.Foodmaterialshavetobedry

D.Someexpertsdoubt3Dfoodprinting

50.Whatcouldbethebesttitleofthepassage?

A.3DFoodPrinting:DeliciousNewTechnology

B.ANewWaytoImprove3DFoodPrinting

C.TheChallengesfor3DFoodProduction

D.3DFoodPrinting:FromFarmtoTable

D

Giveyourselfatest.Whichwayisthewindblowing?Howmanykindsofwildflowerscanbeseenfromyourfrontdoor?Ifyourawarenessisassharpasitcouldbe,you'llhavenotroubleansweringthesequestions。

Mostofusobservedmuchmoreaschildrenthanwedoasadults.Achild'sdayisfilledwithfascination,newnessandwonder.Curiositygaveusallanaturalawareness.Butdistinctionsthatweresharptousaschildrenbecomeunclear,wearenumb(麻木的)tonewstimulation(刺激),newideas.Relearningtheartofseeingtheworldaroundusisquitesimple,althoughittakespracticeandrequiresbreakingsomebadhabits.

Thefirststepinawakeningsensesistostoppredictingwhatwearegoingtoseeandfeelbeforeitoccurs.Thisblocksawareness.OnechillynightwhenIwashikingintheRockyMountainswithsomestudents,Imentionedthatweweregoingtocrossamountainstream.Thestudentsbegancomplainingabouthowcolditwouldbe.Wereachedthestream,andtheyunwillinglywalkedahead.Theywerealmostknee-deepwhentheyrealizeditwasahotspring.Latertheyalladmittedthey'dfeltcoldwateratfirst.

Anotherblocktoawarenessistheobsession(痴迷)manyofushavewithnamingthings.Isawbirdwatcherswhospottedabird,immediatelylookeditupinfieldguides,andsaid,a"ruby-crownedkinglet"andcheckeditoff.Theynolongerpaidattentiontothebirdandneverlearnedwhatitwasdoing.

Thepressuresof“time”and“destination”arefurtherblockstoawareness.Iencounteredmanyhikerswhowereheadedtoadistantcamp-groundwithjustenoughtimetogettherebeforedark.Itseldomoccurredtothemtowanderabit,totakeamomenttoseewhat'saroundthem.Iaskedthemwhatthey'dseen"Oh,afewbirds,"theysaid.Theyseemedbentontheirdestinations.

Natureseemstounfoldtopeoplewhowatchandwait.Nexttimeyoutakeawalk,nomatterwhereitis,takeinallthesights,soundsandsensations.Wanderinthisframeofmindandyouwillopenanewdimensiontoyourlife.

51.AccordingtoParagraph2,comparedwithadults,childrenaremore.

A.anxioustodowonders

B.sensitivetoothers'feelings

C.likelytodevelopunpleasanthabits

D.eagertoexploretheworldaroundthem

52.WhatideadoestheauthorconveyinParagraph3?

A.Toavoidjumpingtoconclusions.

B.Tostopcomplainingallthetime.

C.Tofollowtheteacher'sadvice.

D.Toadmitmistakeshonestly.

53.Thebirdwatcher’sbehaviorshowsthatthey.

A.areverypatientintheirobservation

B.arereallyfascinatedbynature

C.careonlyaboutthenamesofbirds

D.questiontheaccuracyofthefieldguides

54.Whydothehikerstakenonoticeofthesurroundingsduringthejourney?

A.Thenaturalbeautyisn'tattractivetothem.

B.Theyfocusonarrivingatthecampintime.

C.Theforestinthedarkisdangerousforthem.

D.Theyarekeentoseerarebirdsatthedestination.

55.Inthepassage,theauthorintendstotellusweshould.

A.filloursensestofeelthewondersoftheworld

B.getridofsomebadhabitsinourdailylife

C.openourmindtonewthingsandideas

D.tryourbesttoprotectnature

第三部分:写作

第一节:阅读表达(共5小题:每小题2分,满分10分)

阅读短文,按照题目要求用英语回答问题。

SomepeoplelivetoclimbthehighestmountainsSomepeopleliveonlydreamingaboutitwhileotherslivetoavoideverclimbingatall.Butonethingiscertain,allpeoplecncountermountainsintheirlife.

WhenIwasalittlegirl,myfamilymovedtoatinytownatthebottomofabigmountain.Onedayafterschool,whileexploringthegreenwoodsofthismagnificentmountain,Ialmostfellonasetofstairs.Whatcouldthesestepsleadto?CuriositygotthebestofmeasIknewitwouldbestartingtogetdarksoon.Istartedclimbingupthosestrangelymysterioussteps.

Iclimbedandclimbed.Therewasnothingbutjustgreenbushesandthesesteps.Ihadtoreachthetop!Butitwasnowgettingrealdark.IfIkeptgoingImightnotbeabletoseemywayback.MymumwouldbeworriedsickifIdidn'tcomehomesoon.SoIranbackhomealmostinthedarkwhiletryingnottogettooscared.

AnxiouslyIwenttobeddreamingaboutwhatIwouldfindatthetopofthismagicalmountain.Couldtherebeacastleupthere?MaybeIwouldfindamonster(怪物).MaybeIwastakingtheriskofnevercomingbackhome,Or,maybeallIwouldfindwasabsolutelynothing!Butsomethinginsidemewasgoingtoclimbthatmountainatallcost.Icouldhardlywaittotrythisadventureagain.

Nowweliveinaworldsurroundedbythe"can'tdo""attitudes.Weallfalldown.Weallhavedoubtsandregrets.Stillwemustclimbanddreamaboutwhat'satthetopofourmountain.Monstersmayappearorthenightwillfall.Butneverevergiveuponyourdream!Neverletanyonetellyou,“Youcan’t”Dreambigandclimbhigh!

56.Whatmadetheauthorstarttoclimbupthestairstothemountaintop?(nomorethan5words)

57.Whydidtheauthorhurrybackhomewithoutreachingthetopofthemountain?Givetworeasons.(nomorethan15words)

58.HowwouldyoudescribetheauthorintermsofpersonalitiesaccordingtoParagraph4?(nomorethan10words)

59.Howdoyouunderstandtheunderlinedsentenceinthelastparagraph?(nomorethan5words)

60.what’syourattitudetowardsthe“mountain”inyourlife?Pleaseexplain.(nomorethan20words)

第二节:书面表达(满分25分)

61.

假设你是晨光中学的机器人兴趣小组组长李津,你的美国发Chris就读于天津某国际学校,他曾在机器人技能竞赛中获奖。你打算邀请也如入你的团队,参加即将于7月底在天津举行的世界青少年机器人技能竞赛。请根据以下提示代表兴趣小组给他写一封电子邮件。

(1)比赛的时间、地点;

(2)邀请他的原因;

(3)训练计划将发送其邮箱,请他提出建议。

注意:

(1)词数不少于100;

(2)可适当加入细节,使内容充实、行文连贯;

(3)开头和结尾已给出,不计入总词数。

参考词汇:

世界青少年机器人技能竞赛theWorldAdolescentRoboticsCompetition

DearChris,

Ihavegoodnewstotellyou.此处不能答题_________

I’mlookingforwardtoyourreply.

Yours,

LiJin

绝密★启用前

2018年普通高等学校招生全国统一考试(天津卷)

英语笔试参考答案

第I卷

第一、二部分(Keyto1~55)

1.B2.C3.A4.D5.A6.C7.B8.B9.C10.D

11.B12.D13.C14.B15.A

16.C17.B18.D19.D20.B

21.A22.A23.C24.B25.A

26.C27.B28.D29.A30.B

31.C32.B33.D34.A35.D

36.C37.B38.939.A40.D

41.A42.D43.A44.D45.C

46.B47.D48.B49.C50.A

51.D52.A53.C54.B55.A

第Ⅱ卷

第三部分

第一节

Somepossibleanswers;

56.Curiositymadeherdoso.

Or:Thedesiretoexplore.

57.Becauseitwasgettingdark,andshedidn’twanthermothertoworryabouther.

Or:Becauseshewasseared,andmightnotbeabletofindher/thewaybackhome.

58.Shehadrichimaginationandshewasbrave.

Or:Shewasabraveanddeterminedgirlwithrichimagination.

Or:Shewasimaginativeanddetermined,andshedaredtoexplore.

Or:Shewasimaginative,adventurousanddetermined.

59.Weallsometimesfail.

Or:Wefacefailure/defeathardships/challengesinlife.

Or:Therearedifficulties/barriers/obstaclesinlife.

Or:Werunintotroublesometimes.

Or:Wehavetroubleinlife.

60.IwilltrytoreachmygoalbecauseIwanttoliveanexcitinglife.

Or:Iwilltrytoreach/gettothetopofthe“mountain”becauseIwanttobesuccessfulinlife.

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