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1. Sue shares a house with three other students.
2. We don’t have enough books for everyone, so you have to share.
3. Time is set aside for the kids to sharetheir experience.
e.g.You can find out whether they are prepared to share the cost of the flowers with you.
During its busiest period,Roadallowed people from many different cultures and countries to meet each other and mix. TheSilk Roadallowed the sharing of valuable things and new ideas. It included people and trading goods from different areas. All these peoples travelled theSilk Road, and they shared goods, stories, languages, and cultures.
66. It is clear that ______.
A the Silk Road was divided into Europe, Africa andAsia.
B Roman soldiers would like to travel along theSilk Road.
C people could travel to different countries along theSilk Road
D people shared only silk on theSilk Road
Knapcik stood alone as he read the. “It took me several minutes.” he said. “ I’d got through part of it and have to stop before I could go on. I was weeping（哭泣）. She had never told me she was scared.” He took the poem to work the next day and showed it to his fellow officers. “I ‘ve never seen so many grown men cry. Some couldn’t even finishing reading it.”
68. Ken Knapcik brought the poem to work the next day because______.
A. he likes the poems so much
B. it would protect him from being harmed at work
C. he wanted the other policemen to share the love
D. the poem was written by his 15-year-old daughter