Will you ____ your own way to the airport？
A. Will you come with your boyfriend？一Sur
B. We'll be there before seven
C.Thank you for the invitation
D.Thank you all the same
E.That's all right
If you miss Bruce and Robert, you can set your watch when Miss Mary Smith opens the door of the post office. You know it's seven fifty-five. She has five minutes to get ready for work—to put away her raincoat
and take off her hat and coat. Rain or shine, Miss Mary Smith brings raincoat. "You never can tell what the weather will be like when it's time to go home," she always says.
One after another the shops along Main Street open for the day. The clothes shop and the fruit shop get open for business. When Mr. King opens the bookshop, the clock above the shop strides nine.
But every weekday, people go to bed early in Fairfield. The streets are quiet, and the houses are dark when the big clock over the Farmers' Bookshop strikes tell o'clock. The small town is getting ready for tomorrow.
The post office starts its business at ______ every weekday.
summarize the main message of the excerpt, and then
comment on whether we should use animals for experimentation purpose or not
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Historical Debate on Animal Experimentation
As the experimentation on animals increased, especially the practice of vivisection, so did criticism and controversy. In 1655, the advocate of Galenic physiology Edmund O'Meara said that "the miserable torture of vivisection places the body in an unnatural state." O'Meara and others argued that animal physiology could be affected by pain during vivisection, rendering results unreliable. There were also objections on an ethical basis, contending that the benefit to humans did not justify the harm to animals. Early objections to animal testing also came from another angle — many people believed that animals were inferior to humans and so different that results from animals could not be applied to humans.
On the other side of the debate, those in favor of animal testing held that experiments on animals were necessary to advance medical and biological knowledge. Claude Bernard — who is sometimes known as the " prince of vivisectors" and the father of physiology, and whose wife, Marie Frangoise Martin, founded the first anti-vivisection society in France in 1883 — famously wrote in 1865 that "the science of life is a superb and dazzlingly lighted hall which may be reached only by passing through a long and ghastly kitchen . Arguing that experiments on animals ...are entirely conclusive for the toxicology and hygiene of man ... the effects of these substances are the same on man as on animals, save for differences in degree, Bernard established animal experimentation as part of the standard scientific method.
When you are sleeping, ______.
A．all of you reflexes stop working
B．most of your reflexes stop working
C．many of your reflexes still work
D．all of your reflexes still work
A.in account with you
B.for account of you
C.on your account
D.on your own account
Thank you for your postcard; it was very______of you to send it.
I hope you will keep me ______ of how you are getting on with your study.
A．he upsets you
B．he insults you
C．he plays a joke on you
D．he pulls your hair。
When you walk________．
A.slowly，the fat in your body increases
B.1ess，you build more muscles
C.faster，you bum less calories
D.fast，the fat in your body reduces
Your sister has made an ______ for you to see the dentist at 3 this afternoon.