1—5 BCAAB 6—10 CCBAA 11—15 BCABA
21—25 CBCAC 26—30 DBADC 31—35
CBDCC 36—40 ADDAB
41—45 ABBAC 46—50 DACBC 51—55
BDABD 56—60 BDCCA
61—66 ABDCAD 67—69 BAC 70—73 BDCA
75. wash; away 76. that/ who rushes
77. Seaside holiday
78. The weather wasn’t very good, even in summer.
79. In the 1980s and 1990s
81. teeth 82. married 83. running 84. successful
85. differently 86. written
87. They are stamps.
88. What are they used for?
89. How many stamps have you got?
90. How long have you been collecting stamps/them?
91. How are you going to do that?
One possible version:
With the development of the Internet, many people are used to shopping on line. It has become a fashion in our daily life. Some of us students also join the group.
Shopping on line has many advantages. Just by a click of the mouse, you can buy what you’re interested in without going outdoors. You can avoid getting tired and being trapped in the crowded people and cars and save time. When shopping on line, you can choose from more varieties of goods, whose prices are generally lower.
Every coin has two sides. Its disadvantages are obvious, too. On one hand, it’s very easy for you to buy goods different from the pictures you see on the Internet. On the other hand, shopping on line may cause people to buy goods that are not badly needed.
That’s a waste of money.
All in all, I love shopping on line.