( ) (2) The writer was surprised because __.
A. the artist began to draw at the head of the horse
B. the artist began to draw at the tail of the horse
C. the artist made his own rule
D. the artist did not follow other people' s rules
(3) You are not yet experienced because __.
A. you don' t know where to begin
B. you want to begin at the head instead of beginning at the tail
C. you always asked questions
D. you do not trust to your own powers
(4) When you become more experienced you will __.
A. never ask questions B. often begin at the tail
C. write the end of the story D. think of the beginning
(5) The topic of the passage is ___.
A. how to draw a horse B. how to write a story
C. how to make your own rules D. trust to your own powers
When you are learning English,you find it's not clever to put an English sentence,word for word,into your own language.Take the sentence "How do you do?"as an example.If you look up each word in the dictionary,one at a time,what is your translation?It must be a wrong sentence in your own language.
Language does not just have different sounds,they are different in many ways.It's important to master(掌握)the rules(规则)for the word order in the study of English, too.If the speakers put words in a wrong order,the listeners can't understand his sentences easily.Sometimes when the order is changed,the meaning of the sentence doesn't change.Let's see the difference between the two pairs of sentences.
"She only likes apples.""Only she likes apples."
"I've seen the.film already.""I have already seen the film."
When you are learning English, you must do your best to get the spirit of the language and use it as the English speakers do.
( ) ( 1 ) From the passage we know that when we are learning English,___.
A. we shouldn't put every word into our own language
B. we should look up every world in the dictionary
C. we need to put every word into our own language
D. we must read word by word
( ) (2) The writer thinks it is __ in leaming English.