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英语六级考试改错练习题7

Traditionally, the American farmer has always been

  independent and hard-working. In the eighteenth century farmers

  were quite self-sufficient. The farm family grew and made almost

  nothing it needed. The surplus crop would be sold to buy a new --71.

  items in the local general store.

  In 1860, because some of the farm population had moved to --72.

  the city, yet eighty percent of the American population was still in

  the country. In the late nineteen century, farm work and life --73.

  were not much changed from that they had been in old days. The --74.

  farmer aroused at dawn or before and had much work to do, with --75.

  his own muscles like his chief source of power. He used axes, --76.

  spades and other complicated tools. In his house cooking was done --77.

  in wood-burning stoves, and the kerosene lamp was the only

  improvement on the candle. The family's recreation and social life

  chiefly consisted a drive in the wagon to the nearby small town or --78.

  village to transact some business as well as to chat with neighbors

  who had also come to town.

  The children attended a small elementary school (often of

  just one room) to that they had to walk every day, possibly for a --79.

  few miles. The school term was short so that the children could

  not help on the farm. Although the whole family worked, and life --80.

  was not easy, farmers as a class were self-reliant and independent.

  71. nothing --- everything

  72. because --- although

  73. nineteen --- nineteenth

  74. that --- what

  75. aroused --- rose/got up

  76. like --- as

  77. complicated --- simple

  78. consisted后加 of

  79. that --- which

  80. and --- /

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