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灵格斯名师教你读故事记SAT 单词(18-5)
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导读:choosing his words carefully. But I have no regrets about what we did.Some things are worth the consequences, whatever they may be.My father e-mailed me some information on scholarships at ...

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choosing his words carefully. “But I have no regrets about what we did.  Some things are worth the consequences, whatever they may be.”  “My father e-mailed me some information on scholarships at  Cornell. There are a few you would be qualified for,” Alexa said hopefully.  “Really?” José replied, brightening up considerably. “There are  scholarships for foreigners?”  “Yes,” Alexa nodded. “If you want, maybe we could spend this after-  noon at the library. If we can use the computer there, I can pull up his  e-mail and we can start to fill out some of the applications.”  “That sounds great!” José said. He looked so touched that she had  looked into this for him. “Thank you so much. That’s the nicest thing  anyone has ever done for me...aside from my mother, of course!” José  laughed.  “Oh, it was nothing, really,” Alexa brushed off his compliment.  “Oh—my dad said you would need to take the SAT to be considered for  the scholarships.”  “I already did.”  “You did?” Alexa was a bit surprised. Evidently, José was quite seri-  ous about going to an American university. Although he scorned  American soda, he lauded23 American institutions of higher learning. He  must have at least considered emigrating24 to the United States for col-  lege if he took the SAT.  “How did you do?” Alexa asked hesitantly. She didn’t want to put  him on the spot, but it was pertinent to their discussion.  23  Lauded: praise, extol  24  Emigrate: to leave one’s place of residence or country to live elsewhere

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