There are numerous benefits of reading good books. 1.________ Whatever your field might be, it’s very important to create a good habit to read beyond your horizons. Here are tips to help you cultivate a better and consistent reading habit：
Determine your reading goal.2.________ This goal should be clear and backed up with a purpose. Start by thinking about how a consistent reading pattern can help you grow in different areas of your life-spirit, academics, career, relationships and more.
3.________ Once you’re done setting your reading goal for the year, you’ll need a list to back it up. Write out a list of the amazing books you want to read. Ask for recommendations from friends and instructors. It’s important to keep a journal listing the books you’ll like to read for each month.
Get a responsible reading partner to promote your reading. Goals need to be backed up in order to help put a check and encourage you during times you don’t feel motivated.4.________
To develop a reading culture, you must first analyze your current reading habits. Do you read at all？5.________ In order to truly achieve your reading goals and build a consistent reading habit, you’ll need to set up simple systems, find responsible partners, and generally be hungry to grow beyond your comfort zone.
A．Do you study hard at school? B．Make a list of books for each month. C．Do you start off and stop at some point?
D．Get up early and go to bed late to back up your goal.
E．It’s important to start off by setting a goal to create a reading habit.
F．Get a friend willing to read, and create a plan to help you achieve your reading goals. G．It can make you think deeper, sharpen your skills and teach you more about your field.
It could happen anywhere at anytime.___1__ Most people，at one time or another，have been on the receiving end of a random act of kindness. In a sometimes cold world where people can be so focused on what they’re doing， a random act of kindness can make all the difference.
They can be relatively insignificant. Hannah Bailey from London, for example，told the Metro newspaper about how she was given her fruit and vegetable shopping for free. The seller did her a kindness when it emerged she didn't have any change to pay. ___2___
The city of Naples has long had a tradition called ‘caffe sospeso'. When buying coffee，a person who has recently been lucky would purchase two cups but only drink one，leaving the second one anonymously(匿名) ，out of the goodness of their heart， for a poor person to claim for free. ___3___
However, in some cases，these little acts can be a matter of life and death. Take，for example， the unnamed commuter，who in June 2018 fell off a station platform on to an electric railway track in Toronto， Canada. A quick-thinking but even now unknown，bystander selflessly leapt down to pull him to safety.
So, why do it?___4___ The people never meet again. According to UK charity The Mental Health Foundation，acts like these can“give our lives new purpose， show us other perspectives on our own problems and even make us feel content.'
___5___Hold open a door for someone，deliver a compliment-even give up your seat on a bus. Help someone who is in need. It takes all kinds. It needn't be anything huge. One day， whether you need it or not，someone might help you in your hour of need. A. So give it a try.
B. Be brave to face challenges. C. Often，the acts aren't paid back. D. She was happy about it all day. E. She was in low spirits the whole day.
F. This tradition is now more common worldwide. G. Ir's often unexpected，but almost never unappreciated. Test 3
Do teenagers know how to sleep? If you're the parent of teens，you might be laughing to yourself. That's all they know how to do. In truth, teens might not know enough about how to sleep，when to sleep and why. ___1___. Just as we focus on our diets and exercise for health， we need to consider sleep necessary to our mental，physical and psychological health.“Good”sleep is sleep that is long enough to allow your brain to remove the side effects of daytime brain activity.Consistent bedtimes and wake up times are the key to keeping our sleep cycles. ___2___.
Teens are social creatures，and the most attractive social“gathering”place these days is on their digital devices.___3___. Ideally，we should avoid blue light for at least half an hour before bed. But social media and homework that requires screen time mean too many kids are powering up their devices when their bodies should be powering down for the night.
___4___. Equally contributing to sleep issues are eating too late，taking naps，and failing to get enough exercise. In other words，these people never learned how to sleep.
Overtime， poor sleep leads to a decline in mood. ___5___. Significantly，when Is peak to my adult patients who are struggling with sleep issues，nearly all of them say their sleep problems started in high school.
Therefore， I recommend sleep education.Otherwise， we won't necessarily solve the health，safety and economic issues of sleepy teens.
A. When they are disturbed，our sleep is affected B. Going to bed too late is only one part of sleep problems C. Being exposed to blue light from our screens delays sleep
D. Current school schedules allow for about seven hours of sleep a night E. It also contributes to a lot of medical issues，from being fat to heart disease F. Later school start t me really contributes to more sleep and improved health G. As far as I'm concerned，one important element is missing：sleep education Test 4
When the cold weather hits, swimming is probably an activity that’s far from your mind. 1.________. Here are some reasons why swimming in winter is great!
Work your muscles
Every time you swim, it is like doing a mini-resistance workout. Each kick and pull works your muscles more than you might imagine, especially your arms, shoulders and gluteus—the muscles that are inactive all day when you’re sitting at your desk. Swimming also works your abs(腹肌) and will reduce your waistline. 2.________．
Lift your spirits
Exercise gives off chemicals in your body called endorphins(内啡肽). These cause a positive feeling into your body which makes you happy. 3.________. The repetition, movement and breathing can help you to relax and that’s why swimming is also regarded as a relaxing exercise.
Swimming is one of the best activities you can do all year round which benefits your body and your mind. Swimming has been found to increase blood flow to the brain, which leads to more oxygen. That means you’ll experience improved alertness, better memory and cognitive(认知的) function.
Meet new people
5．________. You can meet people from all walks of life when swimming. Have a chat in the lap pool, join a swimming club, or get involved in social water sports to get to know people in your community. Besides, the great thing about swimming is that you can do it—rain or shine. Although your backyard pool, the river, or beach cools down over winter, most inside swimming pools run heated pools year-round, so you’ve got no excuse to stop swimming!
A．Good for your brain
B．Greatly beneficial to your body
C．These chemicals can control your thought and action D．Swimming has been shown to reduce stress and tension E．While swimming is an individual sport, it’s also very social F．So, along with building fitness, it is a wonderful full-body exercise G．But swimming is one of the best activities everyone can undertake in winter