。Dear Editor,Im a Senior 1 student in a middle school. This term, my favourite teacher, Miss Mao, no longer teaches us. I want to see her, but Im -高一英语
I'm a Senior 1 student in a middle school. This term, my favourite teacher, Miss Mao, no longer teaches
us. I want to see her, but I'm afraid that she no longer likes me and I don't want to trouble her. I really miss
her. What should I do?
Dear Tian Yan,
It's bad luck that you have lost your favourite teacher. But, if she is still in your school, nothing can stop
you going to see her. When she isn't busy, ask her if she minds having a quick chat. You can then tell her she
was your favourite teacher. Everyone is happy to know they are liked!
If she has left the school, it will be more difficult to meet her. It will be hard, but remember people always
come and go in our lives. We can't rely on (依靠) them being with us all the time.
You may be sad to say goodbye to her, but we can remember and learn from her. Think of her best
You could also try looking for similar qualities in your other teachers. Study hard and give your new
teacher a chance. In time, you might start to see that he or she has different qualities to learn from.
Finally, you can not completely rely on other people getting you through your studies, or even your life.
1. Tian Yan _____.
A. is a troublemaker
B. likes Miss Mao very much
C. is happy these days
D. doesn't like to tell her secret to anyone
2. Which of the following does the editor advise Tian Yan NOT to do?
A. Find a time to see Miss Mao.
B. Have a short chat with Miss Mao.
C. Tell Miss Mao she likes her.
D. Keep quiet about the thing.
3. The expression "in time" in this passage means "_____".
A. over a period of time
B. on time
C. at the right time
D. a long time ago
4. According to the passage, students can make progress in their studies _____.
A. completely by their favourite teachers
B. completely by their favourite classmates
C. mainly by their parents
D. mainly by themselves