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Unformatted text preview: less succeeded make an electronic text of it. Of course, I finished all these questions and attached the answer to end of this text. Eventually, the final “deluxe” edition of this text, including 59 passages in aggregate (3 passages in TPO are abstracted from OG, so they are exactly the same. Then taking 3 from 62 leaves 59 passages at last. ) I insist that before carefully finished and studied these 59 passages, we should not let ourselves distracted by any other materials. Sometimes, I yelled to my students, only a joke, “If you had not studied these passages and questions 3 times at least, how could you be barefaced enough to sit in the exam room? Shame on you to waste your mother’s money buying other costly books!” In addition, have you got ants in your pants every time you make a stab at writing? Do you go berserk for your personal statement? If you are preparing for the iBT, SAT, GRE, etc, writing, essays, or your personal statement, these passages can also be of help: polished by ETS, words, sentence, and structures of these passages are “epic…”, and worth imitating for none­native English users. Frequently, friends asked me to help with their personal statement, complaining why what they had written looked so naïve, immature and awkward, even littered with those “glorious noble” GRE words (Actually, these words made their personal statement even freak!). And they asked, “Wenyong, my brother, how you forged your impressive writing skills?” I said, “Read! Read! And read again! The more you read, the better you write.” “Are these iBT passages really so amazing?” I affected a tone of a comedian, “try them!” How good can these passages be? “They are golden, they are precious, they are diamonds!” Yours 4 [email protected] Wenyong 在在在在在在 www.liuwenyong.com 在在在在在在在在在在在在在在在,在在在在在在在在在在 文文 1. 本本本本 本本本本本本本本本本本本本本本|本本本本本本本,本本本本本本本本本本本;................................................................................................3 本本...................................................................................................................................................5 APPLIED ARTS AND FINE ARTS.............................................................................................. 8 THE ORIGINS OF CETACEANS.............................................................................................. 13 DESERT FORMATION..............................................................................................................20 EARLY CINEMA........................................................................................................................29 AGGRESSION...........................................................................................................................38 ARTISANS AND INDUSTRIALIZATION...................................................................................47 SWIMMING MACHINES........................................................................................................... 56 NINETEENTH-C...
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This note was uploaded on 09/17/2013 for the course LANGUAGE 13DL208 taught by Professor Wang during the Fall '13 term at East China Normal University.

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