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一、书面表达
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1. 难度:困难

Guided Writing

Directions: Write an English composition in 120 - 150 words according to the instructions given below in Chinese.

随着天气变冷,火灾频发,给人民的生命财产安全造成巨大损失。请你以校学生会(the Students’ Union)的名义,给全校同学写一封信,主要内容应包括:

1. 火灾带来的危害和预防火灾的重要性

2. 你的建议 (学习必要的防火知识;制定班级防火安全条例;保持逃生通道畅通;不要玩火等)

语言点提示:

fire safety regulations防火安全条例;

take precautions采取预防措施;

fire extinguisher灭火器

 

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2. 难度:中等

最近,某中学生英文报开设了"After-class Activities"的栏目,请你根据以下提示,为该栏目写一篇英文稿件,并鼓励同学们积极参加课外活动。

  1.你校开展课外活动的情况;

  2.你参加过的课外活动及给你带来的益处;

  3.为同学选择课外活动提出建议;

  4.为学校开展课外活动提出建议。

  注意:

  1.词数100左右;

  2.文中不得提及人名、校名及地名'

  3.稿件的开头已为你写好(不计入总词数)

                              After-class Activities

  Nowadays, after-class activities are becoming more and more popular in high schools.

 

_______________________________________________________________________________

 

_______________________________________________________________________________

 

_______________________________________________________________________________

 

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3. 难度:简单

 Directions:Write an English composition according to the instructions given below in Chinese

EIL International English Summer Camp

Volunteer Wanted

EIL was founded in Britain in 1936 with the fundamental aim of international understanding“Learn to live together by living together”.

Requirements: Over 18;good knowledge of English; outgoing; working well with children between 16-18

Activities: Language study, outdoor recreation and travel

Campers: Students from different countries

Camp site: Guilin,Guangxi

Time: July 26-August 9

Application deadline: July 15,2009

If interested, please e-mail to info@eiluk.org

写作内容:假设你是李华,这则广告引起了你的兴趣,请用英文写一封自荐信。

注意:词数120左右。

 

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4. 难度:简单

你所在的城市最近计划修建地铁,这件事引发了人们的广泛争论。请根据所给信息写一篇英文报道,陈述人们的不同看法,并表明自己的观点。

赞成观点

反对观点

你的观点

1.解决交通拥堵问题,方便市民生活。

2.提供一种新的交通方式,促进环境保护。

1.建设时间长,影响交通。

2.投入资金过大,成本回收过慢。

……

注意:1.开头已给出,但不计入总词数;

          2.不要逐句翻译,可适当增加内容使行文连贯;

          3.词数100左右。

Recently, people are having all argument on whether a subway should be built or not in the city. Opinions vary from person to person____

 

二、阅读理解
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5. 难度:困难

 

Transport Guide

6ec8aac122bd4f6eThe Brisbane City Council(BCC)is responsible for bus and ferry services with in the city limits and suburbs.Most buses will either arrive at the city or an interchange where connecting buses can be caught.BCC buses operate from 5:30 am to 11:00 pm Monday to Thursday and 5:30 am t0 12:00 am on Fridays .On weekends and public holidays buses operate less frequently Pre—paid bus tickets can be purchased from the QUT (Queensland University of Technology)bookshop,the campus newsagency.most other newsagencies and general stores,and any BCC Customer Service Centre.Short-term students at QUT cannot use their ID cards to gain a discount fare on BCC public transport.You will need to buy an adult ticket to travel.Bus fares are dependent on the number of zones you have to travel.There are several types of tickets:

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Single:one way ticket to reach your destination,including transfers within 2 hours.

Daily: unlimited travel within the zones.

Off-peak’ Daily:discounted unlimited travel between 9:00 am and 3:30 pm and after 7:00 pm

Monday to Friday, and all day on weekends and public holidays.

Weekly:unlimited travel within the zones for one week from the date of issue.

Monthly:unlimited travel within the zones for one calendar month from the date of issue.

Ten-trip Saver: 10 trips at any time within the zones on buses and ferries only.

Transport routes.timetables and fare information are available from:

Public Transport Information Centre

69 Ann Street (corner of George St)

Brisbane City

Phone l3 12 30(Transport Information Service)

1.The transport guide above is most likely provided by       

A.Public Transport Information Centre

B.the Brisbane City Council

C.Queensland University of Technology.

D.BCC Customer Service Centres

2.We can learn from the passage that        

A.buses are scheduled as usual on weekends and public holidays

B.regular students at QUT need to buy adult tickets

C.Pre—paid tickets can be bought from the Public Transport Information Centre

D.Ten­-trip Savers can be used at off-peak time

3.An exchange student staying at QUT for five days has to travel between zones every day.What type of ticket would he probably buy?

A.Single.    B.Weekly.    C.Off-peak Daily. D.Ten—trip Saver.

 

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6. 难度:困难

 

    Great leaders are almost always great simplifiers, who cut through argument, debate and doubt to offer a solution everybody can understand and remember.Churchill warned the British to expect “blood, toil, tears and sweat”; Roosevelt told the Americans that “the only thing we have to fear is fear itself”; Lenin promised the war-weary Russians peace, land and bread.Straightforward but effective messages.

We have an image of what a leader ought to be.We even recognize the physical signs; leaders may not necessarily be tall, but they must have bigger-than-life, commanding features -- Lyndon Baines Johnson’s nose and ear lobes, Ike’s broad grin.A trade-mark also comes in handy; Lincoln’s stovepipe hat, Kennedy’s rocking chair.We expect our leaders to stand out a little, not to be like an ordinary man.Half of President Ford’s trouble lay on the fact that, if you closed your eyes for a moment, you couldn’t remember his face, figure of clothes.A leader should have an unforgettable identity, instantly and permanently fixed in people’s minds.

It also helps for a leader to be able to do something most of us can’t: FDR overcame polio; Mao swam the Yangtze River at the age of 72. We don’t want our leaders to be "just like us." We want them to be like us but better, special more so. Yet if they are too different, we reject them.

A Chinese philosopher once remarked that a leader must have the grace of a good dancer, and there is a great deal of wisdom to this. A leader should know how to appear relaxed and confident. His walks should be firm and purposeful. He should be able, like Lincoln, Roosevelt, Truman, Lke and JFK, to give a good, hearty, belly laugh, instead of the sickly grin that passes for good humor in Nixon or Carter. Ronald Reagan’s training as an actor showed to good effect in the debate with Carter, when by his easy manner and apparent affability, he managed to convey the impression that in fact he was the president and Carter the challenger.

The every simple truth about leadership is that people can only be led where they want to go. The leader follows, though a step ahead. Americans wanted to climb out of the Depression and needed someone to tell them they could do it, and Roosevelt did. The British believed that they could still win the war after the defeats of 1940, and Churchill told them they were right.

A leader rides the waves, moves with the tides, understands the deepest yearning of his people. He cannot make a nation that wants peace at any price go to war, or stop a nation determined to fight from doing so. His purpose must match the national mood.

1.The underlined word “yearning” in the last paragraph probably means      .

    A.love           B.trouble        C.desire         D.feeling

2.From the fourth paragraph we can learn that         .

    A.leaders usually look special or different

    B.leaders don’t have to be tall

    C.most leaders look ordinary

    D.leaders should always have trademarks

3.According to the article, a leader         .

    A.usually tries to simplify our messages

    B.tell us what we want to hear

    C.encourages us to think about things in a new way

    D.is usually confident and handsome

4.From the passage we can infer that          .

    A.it helps for a leader to be able to dance or act well

    B.great leaders are usually totally different from us

    C.Carter was humorous and made good speeches

    D.it is the people rather than the president that makes what a nation is

5.Which of the following can be the best title for the passage?

    A.Want to be a leader?

    B.What makes a leader?

    C.What does a leader look like?

    D.What must a leader do?

 

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7. 难度:中等

 

It is common to have difficulties sleeping during the day. Humans are naturally wired to sleep best at night and be awake during the day. However, modern work schedules require some people to try to accommodate the unnatural schedule of shift(轮班)work — being awake at night and sleeping during the day.

In order to make this adjustment, you need to pay special attention to your sleep environment and your preparation for sleep. If shift work is a necessary part of your work life, here are some suggestions that may help.

Arrange to sleep uninterrupted in a quiet, dark room. This means you may have to turn off or unplug your phone, hang darkening curtains on the windows or wear a sleep eye mask, and train your family and friends to leave you alone while you sleep.

Fit in a nap(小睡). When your daytime sleep period is too short, taking a short nap of less than 30 minutes just before work or on a break has been shown to improve alertness and enhance performance.

Develop and follow a sleep routine. It's best if you go to sleep and wake up at the same time every day. Try not to vary this too much on weekends. Your body likes routine.

Take extra care to make healthy choices. You may be tempted to reach for unhealthy foods or nicotine to stay awake or alcohol to try to sleep. But ultimately these choices are more harmful than helpful.

If you have tried all these things and are still having problems getting enough quality sleep during the day, talk to your doctor or a sleep specialist. Sometimes medications(药物治疗)may be helpful and safe. In other cases, there may be an underlying sleep disorder that needs to be addressed.

1.The purpose of the text is to      .

    A.persuade workers to have a god sleep.

    B.advise night workers to keep healthy

    C.encourage workers to do day work

    D.help night workers to sleep well

2.What does the author recomusend?

    A.A suitable account of alcohol to help sleep.

    B.A regular life on weekday’s and weekends.

    C.A dark room without phoebes to sleep in.

    D.A break for sleeping anytime during the day.

3.On which condition should a person turn to a sleep specialist for help?

    A.If he suffers from a sleep disorder for the first time.

    B.If a good sleep environment is greatly needed for him.

    C.If he falls to get quality sleep through his own efforts.

    D.If he has the problem of bailing to sleep in the daytime.

4.We can learn from the test that        .

    A.night workers need a long time to fall asleep

    B.constant breaks at work help to improve performance

    C.it is difficult to create a good sleep environment

    D.night work requires people to adjust their body clocks

 

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8. 难度:中等

 

Beijing plans to build huge free or low-cost parking lots beyond the Fourth and Fifth Ring Roads to encourage more car owners to take buses or subways to the downtown area.

The plan is just one of the many measures the city plans to take to reduce its traffic jams. Low or no parking fees would be used as economic leverage(杠杆作用)to reduce growing parking demands from urban areas.

Car owners living in the suburbs will be encouraged to park their cars beyond the Fourth and Fifth Ring Roads and take buses or subways to the downtown area. Statistics show that nearly one quarter of the city’s traffic flow is concentrated in the 62-square-kilometre downtown area within the Second Ring Road, which makes up only 12 percent of the city’s total area.

The Beijing Traffic Management Bureau receives between 400 and 500 calls reporting traffic jams every day and more than 90 percent of the roads are filled to capacity during rush hour every morning and evening. Part of the problem is the lack of easy links between bus routes, subways and cars.

According to the communication commission, half of the city’s investment in transportation will go towards public transit(公共交通)construction in the next few years, making a jump from the current only 20 percent. Moreover, Beijing plans to change its layout(布局)by building new city centers, such as at Yizhuang, Tongzhou, Shunyi and Changping, in a bid to reduce the traffic flow to the downtown.

The current layout of Beijing-expanded ring roads around the same center of the Forbidden City, is seen as the root cause of the endless traffic jams. The downtown area is crowded with three business centers and one financial centre, as well as nearly 400 government organs and institutions.

Traffic experts say building more urban centers around Beijing may reduce the number of residents living in the suburbs and traveling long distances to work downtown every day, thus reducing traffic flow.

1.In the coming years, if a man beyond the Fourth Ring Road goes to work in the

downtown of Beijing, he is encouraged to _______.

A. take buses or subways       

B. take a taxi

C. drive the car quickly       

D. park his car in a place which asks for no fees

2.According to this passage, when more and more people drive to work in rush hour in Beijing, it is likely to ________.

A. save time                            B. cause traffic jams

C. cause traffic accidents              D. reduce air pollution

3.The aim in building new city centers is to ________.

A. make it convenient for people to go shopping

B. develop its local resources

C. reduce the traffic flow to the downtown

D. solve the problem of more laid-off workers

4.The passage suggests the author _________.

A. is tired of driving to work

B. finds it costs less to take subways than to drive

C. is for the plan to reduce Beijing’s traffic congestion(拥挤)

D. has benefited a lot by driving to the downtown every day

 

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9. 难度:中等

 

The Life Lab Garden Classroom is a two-acre, interactive (互动的)and educational garden located at the Center for Agro-ecology(农业生态) and Sustainable Food Systems Farm on the university of California, Santa Cruz campus. People of all ages can discover ecological concepts in this hands-on, living laboratory. Learn about plants, nature, weather, organic(绿色的) gardening, life cycles.

The Garden Classroom is open to the public every day from 8 am to 6 pm. Free Admission!

The Garden Classroom offers:

Field Trips

The Garden Classroom offers guided garden-based field trips for elementary school classes in the spring and fall. Themes include food systems, soil, recycling and so on.

Summer

Camp

Each summer students explore the garden and surrounding natural areas to learn science concepts, gardening basics, crafts and cooking skills .

Workshops

A variety of garden-based workshops are offered for teachers and the public in the Garden Classroom and at school sites and conferences.

Special

Events

Life Lab offers classes for students, after-school and home school programs, teacher conferences, and private events in the Garden Classroom.

The Garden Classroom was made possible through generous contributions from The David and Lucile Packard Foundation and many other organizations and individuals.

1.The text is probably taken from            .

A. a history book                B. a hotel instruction

6ec8aac122bd4f6e an English dictionary             D. a tourist guidebook

2.The Life Garden Classroom is a place where people        .

A. grow plants and flowers                              B. see different kinds of rare plants

6ec8aac122bd4f6e learn about plants and living creatures   D. know about the University of California

3.Tony is in Senior 1. He is quite interested in exploring the science concepts and making crafts. Which program will he choose?

A. Field Trips        B. Summer Camp         6ec8aac122bd4f6e Workshops     D. Special Events.

4.We can know all the following from the text except        .

A. where the Life Lab Garden Classroom lies and its exact size

B. when people can come to the Life Lab Garden Classroom

6ec8aac122bd4f6e that people are free to visit the Life Lab Garden Classroom every year

D. that the Life Lab Garden Classroom is supported by the government.

 

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10. 难度:简单

Christopher Columbus was born in Genoa, Italy. He was the oldest of five children in his family. His father was a wool weaver. He helped his father with the weaving, but he always wanted to sail the seas.

He didn’t get to school very much, but he learned to read and write Spanish during his travels. He also taught himself Latin because all the geography books were written in Latin. Some people thought he was trying to prove the world was round, but this is not true. He wanted to find a short way to get to the Indies by ship.

He was a Christian and wanted to tell the story of Christ to the people he would find in the far-away lands. He also wanted wealth for himself and for Spain, and he wanted to be famous. He tried for eight years to get King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella to supply him with ships and money.

They left Spain on August 3, 1492 and sailed toward the west. After many days, the sailors had covered a long distance on the sea and were ready to turn around for home when they saw land, an island Columbus named San Salvador. He thought he had found the Indies and called the people he saw there “Indians”. When they got to Cuba, he thought he was in Japan. The world was a lot larger than he thought.

On Christmas Eve, the Santa Maria was wrecked near Haiti. Columbus built a fort(城堡) and left 40 men to hunt for gold. Then he returned to Spain on the Nina. The people of Spain welcomed him as a hero. He made three more voyages across the ocean. His 13-year-old son, Ferdinand, went with him on the fourth voyage.

Columbus did not become rich as he had hoped. At the end of his life he only had a pension the king and the queen had given him because he was the first to reach the New World. He spent the last few months of his life in bed because of the pain of arthritis(关节炎). Columbus not only discovered a New World, but he led the way for other explorers.

1.Columbus taught himself Latin because _______.

A. he wanted to prove the earth was round.

B.he wanted to find a short way to the Indies by sea.

C.he found Latin was very useful at that time.

D.he wanted to travel around the world.

2.How was Columbus able to make his voyage to the west?

A.He was supported by King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella.

B.He worked hard for eight for to save enough money for his voyage.

C.The king and the queen helped him with money and ships.

D.Many people supported him with money and food for his voyage.

3.Why did Columbus call the local people in Salvador “Indians”?

A.Because he thought he had arrived in Japan.

B.Because he thought he looked like in the Indies.

C.Because he thought it was a wealthy place.

D.Because he thought he had arrived in the Indies.

4.From the fifth paragraph we can infer that “Santa Maria” and “Nina” must be the names of_________.

A.trains

B.ships

C.cities

D.women

5.From the text we know that ________.

A.Columbus lived a difficult life in his later life.

B.Columbus was considered as a hero all his life.

C.Columbus didn’t get the wealth as he had hoped for.

D.Columbus was the first person to travel round the world.

 

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11. 难度:简单

 

  Many people go to school for an education. They learn languages, history, geography, physics, chemistry and mathematics. Others go to school to learn a skill so that they can make a living. School education is very important and useful. Yet no one can learn everything from school. A teacher, no matter how much he knows, cannot teach his students everything they want to know. The teacher’s job is to show his students how to learn. He teaches them how to read and how to think. So, much more is to be learned outside school by the students themselves.

It is always more important to know how to study by oneself than to memorize (记住) some facts or a formula (公式). It is usually quite easy to learn a certain fact in history or a formula in mathematics. But it is very difficult to use a formula in working out a maths problem. Great scientists, such as Einstein, Newton and Galileo didn’t get everything from school. But they were all so successful. They invented so many things for mankind. 

Above all, they knew how to use their brains.

1.Whether he is more ________or less, a teacher can’t teach his students everything they want to know.

       A. important       B. useful             C. difficulty        D. knowledgeable

2.A teacher’s job is mainly to train his students to master the ability of __________.

       A. learning by themselves                B. making a living  

       C. reading and thinking                  D. studying all the subjects

3.The reason for scientists’ success is that _______.

       A. they read books that were not taught at school  

       B. they worked all their lives

       C. they wasted not a single moment            

       D. they knew how to use their brains

 

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12. 难度:简单

Here is a poster on a middle school website. Read the website poster.

         Going, Going, Gone!

         The Haynes Middle School Parent-Teacher Organization invites you to attend our latest fund-raiser, The Fourth Annual Haynes School Auction (拍卖)!

         Saturday, May 10

☆6:00 p.m. ~ 11:00 p.m.

☆In the school hall

         ☆6:00 p.m.~ 6:30 p.m.: All items for auction are previewed.

         ☆6:30 p.m.~ 7:00 p.m.: Silent auction begins.

         ☆7:00 p.m.~ 7:30 p.m.: Highest bidders (出价人) from silent auction are determined.

         ☆7:30 p.m.~ 11:00 p.m.: Main auction begins.

         Items (物品) up for bid in the silent auction vary in value from $ 5.00 to $ 30.00.

         Items up for bid in the main auction include the following:

         ●Airline tickets to a place of your choice

         ●Weekend getaways at first-class hotels

         ●Season tickets to the Chicago Bears football game

         ●$ 50 gift tickets to local gift shops, restaurants, and salons

         Don’t miss the boat! Book your tickets today.

         Last year, tickets were sold out within four days!

         Tickets are sold on a first-come, first-served basis.

         $ 15.00 per person

         All the money from the auction will be given to the Haynes School computer lab.

1.Which of the following is NOT mentioned as being up for bid at the auction?

         A. A movie pass to the local cinema.           B. A weekend stay at a hotel.

         C. A ticket to a restaurant.                  D. Airline tickets.

2.The more items that are given or bought for auction, ________.

         A. the less money that will be charged for the tickets to the auction

         B. the more money that can be raised to support the computer lab

         C. the faster the ticket will be sold to the auction

         D. the higher the value that will be placed on the items in the silent auction

3.Which of the following is most likely to happen at the year’s auction?

         A. The airline tickets will receive higher bids than any other item.

         B. All items up for bid will be sold for at least twice their value.

         C. More money will be raised this year than in any other year before.

         D. Tickets for the event will be sold out in less than one week.

4.The phrase “first-come, first-served” tells you that ________.

A. people can buy the tickets on the first day only

B. the person who is the first to arrive will receive a ticket at no charge

C. food and drinks will be served at the auction

D. tickets are sold in the order of who arrives first to buy them

 

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13. 难度:简单

If I were writing a history of my family, some of the darkest moments recorded would be those surrounding Christmas trees.One would certainly think otherwise;selecting and puRing up our trees have always been filled with risk.For example,one afternoon dangerously close to Christmas Eve my mother bought what she thought to be a bargain,a glorious tree that was so full and tall that we could hardly get it into the house.Once we did,my father immediately realized that we would have to hire a carpenter to build a stand for it.Another December perhaps the very next one,we bought a tree earlier than we ever had before.We were happy with its shape and delighted that its size was manageable.We easily placed it in a stand,decorated it from top to bottom,and then self satisfiedly sat back by the fire in its soft light.Two or three days passed and the truth could not be hidden;we had bought a tree cut so long ago that its needles were coming off.There was nothing to do but undecorate it,take it down,and begin tree shopping again.Our most recent Christmas tree offered still another difficult task.When we brought it home,once again it seemed larger than it was in the great outdoors.I persuaded two young neighbors to stop playing basketball and to help us get the tree into the house and set it correctly in the stand.Unfortunately,no one noticed the mud on our helpers’shoes,so only after removing several reddish brown spots from the carpet were we able to discuss the question of where the lights and ornaments(装饰)were stored.Perhaps those who cut their own trees have tales more painful than these.I don’t care to hear them,as my family’s experiences are enough to cause me to make the following suggestion:”Let’s forget the tree next Christmas.Let’s simply hang some flowers on the front door and over the mirror in the hall.”

1.The darkest moments in the writer’s family were with the fact that ______.

       A.the family bought big Christmas trees

       B.they had problems decorating their Christmas trees

       C.they had problems picking suitable Christmas trees

       D.they had problems finding carpenters for putting up Christmas trees

2.We can learn from the passage that the writer would like to ______.

       A.forget about Christmas stories

       B.get the neighbors to put up their trees

       C.buy a better tree to celebrate Christmas

       D.make other decorations rather than Christmas trees

 

3.When the writer said”my mother bought what she thought to be a bargain”,he means____.

       A.she bought the tree at a low price         

       B.she didn’t really want to buy it

       C.she had to bargain hard with the salesman  

       D.she couldn’t afford a more expensive one

4.Which of the following can be the best title for the passage ?

       A.How to Select a Christmas Tree         B.No More Christmas Trees for Us

       C.Dark Moments of Life                 D.Christmas Without Trees

 

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14. 难度:简单

I arrived at the bus station much too early for the London bus, which was not to leave until five to twelve. I pushed through the crowds, looking for somewhere to sit down. Scores of people were standing about, or struggling along with their bags and the cases to find the right lines. There was a party of school girls. I could see teachers trying to keep them in order. But there was nowhere for me to sit.

  I stepped into the station buffet. I looked up at the clock there. It was only twenty to twelve. I found a seat opposite a large mirror on the wall. Just then a friend of mine called Jim came in and sat with me. "What time is your bus?" asked Jim. "Oh, there's a plenty of time yet," I answered. "Oh, I'll get some drinks then," said Jim. We talked while drinking. Then I looked at the clock again. "Good heavens! It's going backward!" I cried. "A moment ago it was twenty to twelve and now it's half past eleven." "You are looking at the clock in the mirror," said Jim. I could kick myself for being so stupid. I had not realized that the marks for one and eleven on the face of the clock were the same. The next bus was not to leave for another hour. I have never liked mirror since then.

1.. The London bus left ________. 

A. at five to twelve                        B. before five to twelve

C. after five to twelve                 D. until five to twelve

2... The writer went to the station buffet because ________.

A. he was thirsty                

B. he saw the station buffet was not so crowded

C. it was still early for his bus and he couldn't find a place to sit at the bus station

D. he had changed his mind; he wouldn't go to London

3... The writer sat ________.

A. behind a mirror                     B. facing a mirror

C. under a mirror                      D. near a mirror

4.. Jim came to the station buffet at about ________.

A. twenty to twelve                    B. twenty past twelve

C. half past one                       D. twenty past eleven

5.. What time was it when the writer looked at the clock again?

It was ________.                                       

A. half past eleven                     B. twelve thirty

C. twelve twenty                   D.eleven thirty                  

 

三、完形填空
详细信息
15. 难度:中等

完形填空(共20小题;每小题1.5分,满分30分) 

阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从各题所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出最佳选项。

About ten years ago, I was on a plane going west, and a young woman  1  and sat across the aisle (过道) from me. I noticed her for two reasons. She was very attractive, and she was holding a teddy bear about half her  2  . I teased her by asking if she had a   3   for the bear.She laughed and said no.

    About halfway through the flight she   4  over and told me she was going to Tucson to enter rehab(康复治疗). She   5  to share her life story with me. She had been working as a dancer  in a nightclub. That   6   had led her down a dark   7   to drugs and alcohol. As I listened to her story, I was   8   at all she had gone through. I listened to all she shared and told her I was sure she was going to   9   it.  At the end of the   10  , she thanked me for listening to her.

A few years later, I got a   11   in the mail saying, “Wow, it’s been five years since we met on that plane. It is   12  how you touched my life.” She went on to tell me that she had   13   to stay away from drugs, and had been working for a radio station. She felt she had achieved things she could not have   14   that

day on the plane. We agreed to set up a time to get   15  .

When I saw her, she was   16  _ the attractive young woman I remembered. She told me that that little   17   we had had turned her life around. She had got on the plane   18   anything would work in her life, and my affirmation of her as a person and of her   19   had given her the last bit of   20   she needed to work through her problems.           

The young woman taught me it’s never too late to make a new start in life.

1.A. turned     B. boarded      C. bent                  D. slipped

2.A. shape      B. weight              C. size                   D. leg

3.A. ticket      B. friend        C. name             D. cloth

4.A. moved    B. pulled        C. looked               D. leaned

5.A. agreed     B. learned       C. continued          D. refused

6.A. manner   B. lifestyle      C. event                D. feeling

7.A. path        B. door          C. key                   D. point

8.A. disappointed   B. worriedC. blamed            D. surprised

9.A. own        B. make         C. leave                 D. reach

10. A. journeyB. flight          C. speech            D. conversation

11. A. case      B. word          C. note                  D. text

12. A. effectiveB. amazing    C. easy                  D. clear

13.A. worked  B. tried       C. decided           D. managed

14. A. realizedB. imagined    C. required      D. produced

15.A. through B. along         C. together           D. off

16.A. still              B. once          C. never                     D. even

17.A. expectationB. conversationC. information  D. explanation

18.A. doubtingB. promising    C. believing              D. admitting

19.A. conditionB. Possibilities  C. criticism              D. discoveries

20. A. delight  B. interest          C. strength              D. character

 

详细信息
16. 难度:中等

完形填空(共20小题;每小题1分,满分20分)

阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从1~20各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C或D)中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

Butterfly’s wings

   One day a small opening appeared on a cocoon(茧), a man sat and watched for the butterfly for several hours as it was struggling to  1  its body through that little hole. Then it seemed to stop making any progress. It appeared as if it had gotten  2  it could and it could go no further. So the man decided to  3  the butterfly: he took a pair of scissors and  4  the remaining part of the cocoon. The butterfly then  5  easily.

   But it has a swollen(肿胀的) body and  6  wings. The man continued to  7  the butterfly because he expected that, at any moment, the  8  would enlarge and expand to be able to support the body, which would  9 in time. Neither happened!  10,  the butterfly spent the rest of its life  11 around with a swollen body and small, shriveled(褶皱的) wings. It  12  was able to fly. What the man did in his  13 and haste(匆忙)did no good to the butterfly. He didn’t know the  14  cocoon and the struggle  15  for the butterfly to get through the tiny  16 were the natural way of forcing fluid from the body of the butterfly into its wings  17  it would be ready for flight once it achieved its  18  from the cocoon.

   Sometimes the  19is exactly what we need in our life. If we are allowed to go through our life without any  20, it would not be a good thing to us. We would not be as strong as what we could have been.

1.A. build                                         B. force                                    C. form                                 D. destroy

2.A. as far as                                    B. as long as                        C. as soon as                      D. as quick as

3.A. seize                                          B. leave                                 C. bring                                D. help

4.A. took off                                      B. made up                           C. cut off                              D. picked up

5.A. spread over                              B. came out                         C. stayed in                        D. flew away

6.A. hard                                           B. strong                               C. small                                D. large

7.A. watch                                        B. look for                             C. look after                        D. follow

8.A. butterfly                                  B. wings                               C. cocoon                             D. scissors

9.A. disappear                                 B. enlarge                             C. lose                                 D. contract

10.A. Luckily                                     B. Probably                         C. In all                                 D. In fact

11.A. crawling                                  B. approaching                    C. running                          D. wandering

12.A. ever                                        B. seldom                             C. always                            D. never

13.A. fear                                          B. kindness                           C. evil                                  D. confidence

14.A. restricting                             B. loose                                C. soft                                 D. little

15.A. prepared                               B. wanted                           C. allowed                          D. required

16.A. place                                      B. room                                C. opening                          D. space

17.A. even if                                    B. otherwise                       C. when                                D. so that

18.A. life                                           B. success                           C. progress                        D. freedom

19.A. courage                                 B. struggle                          C. wisdom                          D. strength

20.A. fun                B. friends             C. obstacles             D. achievement

 

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17. 难度:中等

The more accessible a company's services are, the more business it will do. Why are the same ___1___ not applied when it comes to Internet websites then? A Hong Kong study has found that the local sites of two leading ___2___, McDonald's and Motorola, are the most user-unfriendly of the 30 websites tested. The lack of ___3___ means they are not only losing customers, but ___4___ to meet their social responsibilities.

         In an ever-more Internet-connected world, ___5___ are as important as physical shops or offices. They are ___6___ used as a way of banking, shopping and getting news. This is especially so for the disabled, who find it ___7___ to shop on-line than go to a store in person. A website that does not let them do this is the same as having a(n) "___8___" sign on a door. 

         In Hong Kong, it is ___9___ not to provide the disabled with access to schools and buildings, but at present there are no specific laws on Internet accessibility. However, companies are morally responsible for ensuring that their websites can be ___10___ by people who are visually disabled or have difficulty walking around. Ideals for design have long been put forward by the World Wide Web Consortium, a global community working on open standards to ___11___ accessibility and development.

         Computer technology is ___12___ fast and it is now much easier to create websites that are ___13___ for all people, sighted or disabled. Companies should ensure that the designers of their websites ___14___ guidelines for accessibility. We should try to make our city as ___15___ as possible, on-line and off.

1.A. data                            B. principles             C. experiences                  D. technologies

2.A. companies                B. products              C. stores                                D. factories

3.A. power                         B. study                     C. attraction                             D. access

4.A. deciding                B. attempting          C. failing                                 D. stopping

5.A. computers                B. hotlines                C. signals                           D. websites

6.A. increasingly              B. possibly                C. extremely                     D. randomly

7.A. cheaper                     B. safer                     C. easier                                      D. quicker

8.A. waiting                       B. sale                       C. open                               D. closed

9.A. unreasonable           B. illegal                        C. unimportant                 D. impolite

10.A. found                        B. read                      C. known                            D. created

11.A. permit.               B. discover               C. start                               D. ensure

12.A. weakening              B. dropping              C. changing                       D. flying

13.A. wonderful               B. usable                   C. harmless                       D. profitable

14.A. follow                       B. write                     C. break                              D. ignore

15.A. beautiful                  B. wealthy                C. accessible                     D. respectable

 

详细信息
18. 难度:中等

完型填空(共20小题;每小题1.5分,满分30分)

阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑;

 For Senior 3 students, choosing which college to attend can be the most exciting and thrilling time in their entire school lives. This is also true for an American girl 21  Melanie.

Melanie’s dad, James Porter, who is the chief of police for a Chicago suburb, wants Melanie to 22 nearby Northwestern University, where she’s 23 been accepted. But Melanie, 17,really wants to go to Georgetown University in Washington, D.C, where she’s been wait-listed.

When she gets an unexpected 24 from Georgetown University, she decides to 25 a road trip with a few 26 female friends. Melanie believes it is her first step 27 adulthood.

But 28 the fact that this trip is “girls only”, James isn’t 29 with the prospect(期望) of his little princess 30 the world without him. He wants to protect her, so he joins the girls and hopes he can convince Melanie to go to Northwestern. 31 Melanie’s father only has the best of 32 , his presence 33 an endless series of comic encounters(遭遇).

After following their faulty device  34  into the backwoods (偏远地区), James and Melanie  35  Melanie’s little brother and his pet pig have been hiding in the spare compartment (隔间). What should be a simple change  36  the expensive car rolling down a mountain, forcing them to hike to a nearby hotel…

All these disasters add spice to their trip while along the way a father and a daughter  37  get the chance to really  38  each other.

All parents,  39  they have college students or not, can relate to the bittersweet realization that their kids are growing up.  40  what Melanie and James have done, we all can find the delicate (脆弱的) balance between staying connected and letting go.

1.A.named  B.naming   C.namely   D.names

2.A.join   B.send C.attend   D.pass

3.A.still  B.always   C.yet  D.already

4.A.appointment    B.interview    C.visit    D.meeting

5.A.provide    B.offer    C.take D.hold

6.A.closing    B.close    C.closed   D.closely

7.A.toward B.for  C.during   D.with

8.A.though B.in spite C.once D.despite

9.A.satisfying B.successful   C.comfortable  D.meaningful

10.A.seeking   B.examining    C.searching    D.exploring

11.A.Since B.Because  C.While    D.When

12.A.intentions    B.attempts C.efforts  D.planning

13.A.comes about   B.leads to C.calls in D.turns out

14.A.lately    B.late C.deeply   D.deep

15.A.discover  B.invent   C.recognize    D.realize

16.A.succeeds in   B.brings in    C.results from D.certainly

17.A.hopefully B.finally  C.firstly  D.certainly

18.A.agree to  B.speak to C.talk to  D.turn to

19.A.whether   B.if   C.what D.why

20.A.As    B.Like C.For  D.Except

 

 

详细信息
19. 难度:中等

完形填空 (共20小题;每小题l分,满分20分)

When Andra Rush started her trucking company, all she had was an old van,two used pick-up trucks and the simple certainty of a 23-year-old girl. But she planned to make her fortune in about four years to    36   her true goal: dealing with poverty on Native American reservations across North America. "I thought I could retire by the time I was 27," says Rush, "At that age, you don't know  37  you don't know."

Rush is 49 now and  38  working hard. Her tiny start-up just outside Detroit has  39   to a $400 million North American business. Today Rush is a(an)  40  not only for Native Americans but also for women in the male-controlled world of trucking.

Rush was  41 30 miles outside Detroit. When the teenage Rush visited the reservation for the first time, she was  42  by the poverty and lack of hope. "I really wanted to  43  " she says.

She graduated from the University of Michigan in 1982. She took a nursing job with a 44 pay and then practiced at an air goods company, 45 the speed of package pickups and deliveries made a little more a little more profits. "I thought I could do that 46 ," Rush says.

Within six months, Rush had ten employees, and clients(客户)  47  Ford and GM were paying her to 48 small packages from the airport. Ford was the first to offer her a job trucking parts between its plants and supplier.

By 2001, many of Rush's 1,000 employees were Native Americans, working alongside people of every    49   But she felt she hadn't done enough. 50  she joined forces with a Canadian parts maker to design and gather auto components.

She located the plants near reservations, 51 opportunities where they were needed most. By 2009, her auto parts business was earning $370 million   52   .

She's come a long way from the  53    23-year-old who thought "the cash would just roll in." But Rush wouldn't change a thing: "I love my job," she says. "I 54  the fact that you can start to get some motivation and keep   55   yourself—and then suddenly you lift your head and it's been 25 years"

 

1.A.make            B. accomplish        C.  receive      D.arrive

2.A.what            B.which             C.why           D.who

3. A.so             B.somehow           C.still         D.anyhow

4. A.  grown         B.become            C.got           D.gone

5.A.able housewife  B.ordinary woman    C.role model    D.truck driver

6. A.brought        B.lived             C.risen         D.raised

7. A.moved          B.interested        C.struck        D.encouraged

8. A have an influence                    B.make a difference  C.set an example   D.make a decision

9. A.low            B.high              C.cheap         D.expensive

10.A.which          B.that              C.when          D.where

11.A.well           B.badly             C.worse         D.better

12.A.like           B.besides           C.for           D.except

13.A.take           B.fetch             C.bring         D.lift

14.A.education      B.family            C.background    D.city

15.A.Because        B.For               C.But           D.So

16.A.seizing        B.creating          C.grasping      D.losing

17..A.in case       B.in turn           C.in return     D.in need

18.A.inexperienced  B.experienced       C.expert        D.skilled

19.A.enjoy          B.hate              C.doubt         D.refuse

20.A.fighting       B.forcing           C.challenging   D.amusing

 

 

详细信息
20. 难度:简单

阅读下面的材料,掌握其大意,然后在26 ~ 40各题所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出最佳选项。

Once a man came to a wise man’s house and said, “ I have many bad habits. Which one of them should I give up first?” The wise man said, “Never tell lies __1__ always speak the truth.” The man _2_ to do so and went home.

At night the man was about to go out to steal. Before setting out, he _3__ for a moment about the promise he made to the wise man. “If he asks me where I have been, what shall I say? Shall I say I went out _4_? No, I cannot say that. But nor can I __5__. If I tell the truth, everyone will start _6__ me and call me a thief. I would be _7__ for stealing.” So the man __8__ not to steal that night, and gave up this bad habit.

Next day, he wanted to drink wine. When he was about to do so, he said to himself. “What shall I say to the wise man __9__ he asks me what I did during the day? I cannot tell a lie.” And so he gave up the _10__ of drinking wine.

In this __11__, whenever the man thought of doing something bad, he __12__ his promise to tell the truth at all times. One by one, he gave up all his bad habits and became a very __13__ person.

Telling the truth is a very good _14__. If you always tell the truth, you can save yourself from a lot of __15__ and become a person whom everyone likes and favors.

Make a promise: I shall always speak the truth.

1.A. so                            B. for                                C. and                     D. or

2.A. promised              B. happened                   C. settled               D. began

3.A. played                    B. drank                           C. thought             D. slept

4.A. walking                  B. stealing                       C. studying                      D. climbing

5.A. move                      B. say                                   C. lie                         D. help

6.A. hating                          B. catching                          C. killing                  D. believing

7.A. expected              B. hurt                              C. ignored               D. punished

8.A. decided                  B. forgot                           C. asked                 D. pretended

9.A. before                          B. since                            C. if                          D. as

10.A. idea                      B. word                            C. power                D. use

11.A. base                     B. way                               C. place                    D. wine

12.A. recognized      B. planned                        C. broke                  D. remembered

13. A. good                    B. strong                         C. rich                     D. calm

14. A. custom                 B. habit                            C. game                  D. hobby

15.A. tests                    B. hopes                          C. pleasure                     D. trouble

 

详细信息
21. 难度:简单

 完形填空(共20小题;每小题1分,满分20分)

         At midnight Peter was awakened by heavy knocks on the door. He rolled over and look to his  21  , and it was half past one. “I’m not getting  22  at this time,” he  23  to himself, and rolled over.

         Then, a  24  knock followed. “Aren’t you going to  25  it?” said his wife.

         So he dragged himself out of bed and went downstairs. He opened the door and there was a man   26  at the door. It didn’t take long to  27  the man was drunk.

“Hi, there,”slurred(嘟囔) the stranger, “Can you give me a push?”

“No, get lost. It’s half past one. I was  28  ,”Peter said and slammed the door. He went back   29  to bed and told his wife what had happened.

She said, “That wasn’t very  30  of you. Remember that night we had a  31  in the pouring rain on the way to pick the kids up and you had to  32  that man’s door to get our car  33  again? What would have happened if he’ d told  34  to get lost?”

“But the guy was  35  ,” said Peter.

“It doesn’t matter,”said the wife. “He needs help  36  it would be the Christian thing to help him.”

So Peter went out of bed again, got dressed, and went downstairs. He opened the door, and not being able to see the stranger anywhere, he shouted, “Hey, do you still want a  37 ?”

And he heard a  38  ,“Yeah, please.”

So, still being unable to see the stranger, he shouted, “ 39 are you?”

         The drunk replied, “Over here, on the  40  .”

21.A.door   B.clock  C.wife   D.window

22.A.out of bed  B.out of the house         C.down to work    D.into trouble

23.A.complained        B.explained   C.replied        D.thought

24.A.weaker       B.louder         C.longer         D.angrier

25.A.stand B.stop   C.answer       D.refuse

26.A.standing    B.lying   C.knocking    D.looking

27.A.remember B.show C.realize        D.doubt

28.A.in bed         B.in surprise C.at home     D.at work

29.A.down B.up       C.inside          D.home

30.A.nice    B.foolish        C.typical        D.generous

31.A.hard time  B.quarrel       C.fight   D.breakdown

32.A.drive to      B.pass by       C.knock on   D.drop into

33.A.started       B.refreshed  C.united         D.delighted

34.A.us       B.them C.the man     D.others

35.A.mad   B.drunk C.different    D.dangerous

36.A.but     B.though       C.and    D.because

37.A.rest    B.push  C.room D.lift

38.A.lady    B.gentleman          C.drunk D.voice

39.A.What B.How   C.Who   D.Where

40.A.roof    B.bed    C.swing        D.ground

 

详细信息
22. 难度:简单

阅读下面短文,从短文后所给各题的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

Jenna, a popular girl from Westwood Middle School, had graduated first in her class and was ready for new 1 in high school.

      2, high school was different. In the first week, Jenna went to tryouts(选拔赛) for cheerleaders(拉拉队队员). She was competing against very talented girls, and she knew it would be 3 for her to be selected. Two hours later, the 4 read a list of the girls for a second tryout. Her heart 5 as the list ended without her name. Feeling 6, she walked home carrying her schoolbag full of homework.

Arriving home, she started with math. She had always been a good math student, but now she was 7. She moved on to English and history, and was 8 to find that she didn’t have any trouble with those subjects. Feeling better, she decided not to 9 math for the time being.

The next day Jenna went to see Mrs. Biden about being on the school 10. Mrs. Biden wasn’t as 11 as Jenna. “I’m sorry, but we have enough 12 for the newspaper already. Come back next year and we’ll talk then.” Jenna smiled 13 and left. “Why is high school so 14?” she sighed.

Later in 15 class, Jenna devoted herself to figuring out the problems that had given her so much 16. By the end of class, she understood how to get them right. As she gathered her books, Jenna decided she’d continue to try to 17 at her new school. She wasn’t sure if she’d succeed, but she knew she had to 18. High school was just as her mom had said: “You will feel like a small fish in a big pond 19a big fish in a small pond. The challenge is to become the 20 fish you can be.”  

1. A. processes      B. decision        C. challenges      D. exercises

2. A. Therefore      B. However       C. Otherwise       D. Besides

3. A. difficult       B. easy           C. boring          D. interesting

4.A. editor         B. boss           C. candidate        D. judge

5. A. jumped        B. sank           C. stopped         D. raced

6.A. strange        B. happy          C. awful           D. lonely

7. A. struggling     B. improving       C. working         D. complaining

8. A. ashamed      B. disappointed    C. shocked          D. relieved

9.A. put up        B. prepare for      C. worry about      D. give up

10.A. committee    B. newspaper       C. radio            D. team

11. A. enthusiastic    B. artistic         C. sympathetic       D. realistic

12.A. speakers       B. readers        C. cheerleaders       D. writers

13.A. widely        B. weakly        C. excitedly          D. brightly

14. A. similar        B. ordinary       C. different          D. familiar

15.A. physics       B. history         C. English          D. math

16.A. pleasure      B. hope           C. trouble           D. sorrow

17.A. fit in         B. look out        C. stay up           D. get around

18. A. swim         B. try            C. ask              D. escape

19. A. in return for   B. in case of       C. in terms of        D. instead of

20.A. slimmest      B. smallest        C. best             D. gentlest

 

详细信息
23. 难度:简单

阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出最佳选项。

Imagine that Mum and Dad have friends over, and you have to talk to adults all evening.Say the wrong thing and the parents might  36  .But say nothing, and they'll think you weren't   37  .So how can you  38  with adults?

It's easy.  39  ask them questions about  40  " Many of them like to talk about what they do for a  41  ," suggests psychologist.

Kids can also talk to grown-ups about  42  .Ask what the last good movie they saw was, because people at dinner parties "light up" when the conversation  43  movies.If a grown-up is   44  Harry Potter, it's OK to talk about your  45  for Harry.It's a safe ,  46  , one that both grown-ups and kids can enjoy.So go  47  and talk about whether Dumbledore is really dead.

But  48  from topic of video games."Adults don't want to hear about your  49  ,

  50  they play it," Ursiny explains.

Adults also don't want to hear slang (俚语).Don't use   51   they don't understand.Ursiny says kids should learn to speak to other people in  52  own language.

While most adults aren't into slang, they do remember what it was like to be a kid.Ursiny recommends asking adults what 53 was like when they were your age."It might be a fun  54  , if you compare your l0th-grade experience with theirs."

Make sure you chat with your parents 55 to find out which topics are off-limits.

36.A.be satisfied                 B.get mad        C.disagree   D.agree

37.A.friendly   B.right          C.good boys      D.helpful

38.A.deal with B.do with        C.talk           D.go on

39.A.So         B.Only           C.Just           D.But

40.A.you        B.yourselves     C.life           D.themselves

41.A.talk       B.job            C.fun            D.living

42.A.books      B.movies         C.TV plays       D.sports

43.A.turns to   B.goes on        C.moves on       D.keeps to

44.A.into       B.like           C.for            D.against

45.A.idea       B.love           C.suggestion     D.hate

46.A.topic      B.dinner         C.love           D.talk

47.A.back       B.here           C.there          D.ahead[来源:48.A.stay away    B.go ahead     C.change         D.turn

49.A.video      B.video game     C.play           D.talk

50.A.if         B.when           C.though         D.unless

51.A.video      B.game           C.language       D.movie

52.A.his        B.their          C.your           D.our

53.A.school     B.family         C.discussion     D.children

54.A.story      B.experience     C.discussion     D.grown-up

55.A.ahead    B.before   C.after    D.beforehand[来源:xx。

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24. 难度:简单

阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从各题所给四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出最佳选项。

Once there was a king who liked pictures very much. One day, he1. a prize to the artist who would paint the best picture of peace. Many artists 2.. The king looked at all the pictures. But there were only two he 3.liked, and he had to choose between them.

One picture was of a calm lake. The lake was a perfect 4.for peaceful towering mountains all around it. 5. was a blue sky with fluffy (蓬松的) white clouds. All who saw this 6. thought that it was a perfect picture of peace.

7. picture had mountains, too. But these were large, rough and 8.. Above was an angry sky, from which rain fell and in which lightning 9.. Down the side of the mountain   10.a foaming (起泡沫的) waterfall. This did not look 11. at all.

But when the king looked 12., he saw behind the waterfall a tiny 13. growing in a crack in the rock. In the bush a mother bird had built her 14.. There, in the midst of the rush of angry water, sat the mother bird on her nest —15. perfect peace.

Which picture do you think won the prize? The king 16. the second picture. Do you know why?

“Because,” 17. the king, “peace does not mean to be in a place 18. there is no noise, trouble, or hard work. Peace means to be in the midst of all those things and 19. be calm in your heart. That is the real 20. of peace.”

21. A. afforded             B. offered                  C. accepted            D. canceled

22.A. collected              B. planned             C. tried                 D. directed

23.A. hardly                 B. slightly             C. really                D. generally

24.A. bowl                   B. mirror               C. plate                 D. cover

25.A. Outward              B. Indoors             C. Overhead          D. Downhill

26.A. prize                   B. result                C. artist                 D. picture

27. A. The one                     B. Another             C. Other                D. The other

28. A. bare                   B. fresh                 C. green                D. distant

29. A. played                B. screamed           C. wandered          D. cheered

30.A. connected            B. floated                     C. fell                   D. rose

31.A. hopeful               B. peaceful            C. successful          D. careful

32. A. regularly             B. suddenly           C. closely                     D. casually

33.A. flower                 B. ground                  C. tree                   D. bush

34. A. house                 B. business            C. nest                  D. relationship

35.A. of                       B. in                            C. by                        D. for

36.A. protect                B. forced               C. depended           D. chose

37.A. explained             B. described           C. reminded           D. persuaded

38.A. which                  B. where               C. whose               D. that

39.A. thus                    B. even                 C. also                  D. still

40.A. story                   B. meaning            C. source               D. history

 

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25. 难度:简单

 完形填空(共20小题;每小题1.5分,满分30分)

         阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

When Winston Churchill was a young man, his father concluded that Churchill was “unfit for a career in law or politics” because he did so badly in school.  

When Charles Darwin was getting ready to   36   on his five-year expedition on The Beagle, his father was extremely   37  . he thought his son was falling into a life of sin and idleness.

George Washington’s mother was a complaining,   38   woman by all accounts. She thought little of Washington’s achievements and didn’t   39   at either of his presidential inaugurations(就职典礼). She was always complaining that her   40   overlooked her and she was especially angry when her son George ran off to   41   the army for the American Revolution. She   42   believed it was his duty to stay home and take care of her.

In his youth, the   43   Leonard Bernstein, one of the most talented and successful composers in American history, was continually pressured by his father to give up his   44   and do something worthwhile, like help out in his family’s beauty-supply business. After Leonard became   45  , his father was asked about that, and he answered, “Well, how was I supposed to know he was the Leonard Bernstein?”

People may criticize you or make fun of your ideas or actively try to   46   you. Often their efforts are only attempts to protect you from   47  . But obviously failure is only a possibility if you stop. If you keep   48  , a “failure” is just another learning   49  . Besides, giving up on a heartfelt goal is worse than failing. “Many people die”, said Wendell Holmes, “  50   their music still in them.” That’s true tragedy.

So listen   51   to the worries and criticisms of your friends and family, and do your best to put their   52   at ease, but then carry on. Listen last to your own heart. You   53   yourself better than anyone on earth. Make sure your song is   54  .  

Listen to your own heart. Don’t let your music   55   with you.

36.A.set sail                          B.take charge                 C.set free                         D.take off

37.A.excited                          B.pleased                         C.disappointed               D.affected

38.A.self-centered              B.self-confident              C.kind-hearted               D.cold-blooded

39.A.show off                       B.show up                        C.pick out                         D.pick up

40.A.parents                         B.neighbors                     C.students                       D.children

41.A.fight                               B.beat                               C.command                     D.attend

42.A.foolishly                        B.secretly                        C.bravely                          D.honestly

43.A.late                                B.latter                             C.former                          D.later

44.A.strength                       B.music                            C.wealth                          D.faith

45.A.proud                            B.steady                           C.independent                D.famous

46.A.  advise                         B.suggest                        C.stop                               D.keep

47.A.success                         B.failure                           C.poison                           D.laziness

48.A.stopping                       B.starting                        C.going                             D.coming

49.A.method                         B.experiment                  C.schedule                       D.experience

50.A.with                               B.beyond                          C.without                         D.during

51.A.politely                          B.rudely                            C.thoroughly                   D.roughly

52.A.homes                           B.minds                            C.businesses                            D.efforts

53.A.trust                              B.believe                          C.know                             D.doubt

54.A.finished                         B.completed                   C.written                         D.sung

55.A.live                                 B.die                                  C.sound                            D.play

 

详细信息
26. 难度:简单

完形填空(共20小题;每小题1.5分,满分30分)

阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

Around twenty years ago I was living in Seattle and going through hard times. I could not find   36  work and I found this especially difficult as I had a lot of experience and a Master’s degree.

To my   37   I was driving a school bus to   38   my family. I had been through five   39   with a company and one day they   40   to say I did not get the job. I went to the bus barn, feeling   41  .

Later that afternoon,   42   doing my rounds through a quiet suburban neighborhood I had an inner wave   43   from deep inside me and I thought “Why has my   44   become so hard?” “Give me a sign, I asked, a physical sign, not some inner   45   type of thing.”

Immediately after this internal(内心的) scream I   46   the bus over to drop off a little girl and as she   47   she handed me an earring saying I should keep it   48   somebody looked for it. The   49   was stamped metal, painted black and said “BE HAPPY”. Then it struck me. I had been putting all of my   50   into what was wrong with my life   51   than what was right! 

One night there was a phone call for me from the   52   at a large hospital. She asked me whether I   53   do a report for 200 hospital workers. I said   54   and got the job.

My day with the hospital workers   55   very well. I got a great welcome and many more days of work. To this day I KNOW that it was because I changed my attitude to gratitude.

1.A. satisfying      B. probable      6ec8aac122bd4f6e particular       D. considerate

2.  A. joy                   B. luck              6ec8aac122bd4f6e shame             D. surprise

3.  A. meet                 B. supply           C. provide               D. support

4.  A. meetings           B. interviews     6ec8aac122bd4f6e conferences         D. reports

5.  A. came                B. hoped           6ec8aac122bd4f6e called                 D. expected

6.  A. excited                     B. worried         6ec8aac122bd4f6e disappointed              D. frightened

7.  A. though                     B. while            6ec8aac122bd4f6e unless                 D. until

8.  A. rise                   B. shout            6ec8aac122bd4f6e raise                   D. cry

9.  A. work                B. situation        6ec8aac122bd4f6e life                 D. position

10. A. sound                B. voice            6ec8aac122bd4f6e noise                  D. thought

11. A. pulled               B. carried                 6ec8aac122bd4f6e brought                     D. held

12. A. took off             B. put off                 6ec8aac122bd4f6e gave off             D. got off

13. A. as long as           B. now that        6ec8aac122bd4f6e in case                D. as soon as

14. A. earring               B. watch            6ec8aac122bd4f6e necklace             D. bag

15. A. money                     B. ideas             6ec8aac122bd4f6e energies              D. strength

16. A. rather                B. other             6ec8aac122bd4f6e more                  D. less

17. A. nurse                B. work             6ec8aac122bd4f6e patient                D. manager

18. A. should                     B. would           6ec8aac122bd4f6e must                  D. ought

19. A. no                            B. hello             6ec8aac122bd4f6e yes                     D. nothing

20. A. went                 B. looked                 6ec8aac122bd4f6e seemed               D. appeared

 

详细信息
27. 难度:简单

 完形填空(共15小题;每小题1.5分,满分22.5分) 

阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从21—35各题所给的A、B、C和D项中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 

One spring afternoon five years ago, Jimmy Liao was crying in the hall of Taipei’s Sherwood Hotel. Life seemed ___21___. The people who laughed as they walked past were taking their ____22___ for granted, just as he used to himself. Now, however, he felt ____23____ —and he couldn’t even show his disappointment in his ___24___.

Seeking more personally satisfying ___25___, he had just left a successful job as a commercial artist when it seemed that fate(命运)played a cruel ___26__ on him. It was at this time that he developed cancer and was __27___ to work. But that moment in the hotel was a turning point for Jimmy. He began to ___28____ the fact that there is no such a thing as fate, only __29___. Since then, he has published several imaginative, illustrated(带插图的)books.

According to Jimmy, you are what you choose to be. You can give up or you can work to be a happier person. Jimmy realized that, while the world sometimes seems unfair, your choice can change your life.

This idea can be __30___ in Jimmy’s books, where his characters show the powerlessness they feel before making their choices. The message that goes with Jimmy’s drawings, however, is ___31___.

Though the world may make us feel small, we must be __32___. Everything will be all right for us—as it is for the “small people” in Jimmy’s books—if we make choices that are __33___ for us.

In spite of his new ___34___ and wealth, Jimmy prefers working __35__ at home with his wife and daughter. He spends his mornings drawing. To Jimmy, living a life as he chooses means much more than money and fame could offer.

1.A.unhappy      B.unusual       C.unfair         D.uneasy

2.A.health       B.wealth        C.happiness      D.illnesses

3.A.ashamed      B.disappointed   C.helpless       D.endless

4.A.crying       B.painting       C.imagination    D.consideration

5.A.home         B.condition      C.situation      D.work

6.A.game         B.trick          C.role          D.part

7.A.unable       B.impossible     C.uncomfortable  D.difficult

8.A.understand   B.face           C.refuse        D.recognize

9.A.failures      B.efforts         C.choices       D.interests

10.A.found        B.drawn         C.written        D.accepted

11.A.powerful     B.hopeful       C.useful         D.successful

12.A.great        B.strong        C.brave          D.equal

13.A.scientific   B.basic         C.right          D.simple

14.A.product      B.fame         C.name          D.job

15.A.rapidly      B.separately      C.slowly      D.quietly

 

详细信息
28. 难度:简单

完形填空(共20小题;每小题1.5分,满分30分)

阅读下面短文, 从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

If you asked high school girls to name their favourite sports, most would probably say basketball or volleyball. I happen to be one of the few girls who would  21 : surfing. But isn’t that a boy thing? Some people  22 .  

I started surfing about five years ago and  23  in love with the sport on the very first day. Riding that first wave was the best feeling I had ever  24 .

When I try to  25  surfing with other things, I find it very difficult because, in my  26 ,

there’s nothing like it. It involves(涉及)body,  27 , and soul. There’s sand between my toes and cool, salt water all  28 us. The feeling I get when I’m surfing across that   29 , becoming one with the ocean, is like I’m   30  .

The one thing I can get from surfing and not any other sport is endless   31  . You can never be the “best surfer” because the ocean   32  an uncountable variety of waves that nobody can ever master. The variations of surfing styles are wonderful. Some surfers are free and flowing;   33   are very aggressive(攻击性的)and sharp. All of these things attract me to surfing and make it   34   from any other sport.

I’ve   35   to tell every girl I know to do something that people don’t think girls can do. It’s part of being human to advance to new levels, so shouldn’t it be   36   that girls should step up and start pushing the limits of things boys and men   37   dominate (主宰)?

There’re women   38   side by side with the President of our country, so why not side by side with the boys   39  the football team or out in the water surfing? Give girls a chance to succeed, and they   40  .

21. A. tell                            B. answer                     C. give                          D. realize

22. A. wonder                          B. understand                   C. reply on                       D. believe

23. A. stayed                            B. came                              C. dropped                      D. fell

24. A. experienced                 B. adventured                   C. worked out                D. discovered

25. A. bring                               B. connect                         C. compare                     D. tie

26. A. work                               B. study                              C. holiday                        D. life

27. A. mind                               B. figure                             C. health                          D. control

28. A. over                                B. above                             C. around                        D. among

29. A. beach                             B. water                                      C. board                                    D. lake

30. A. weight                           B. overweight                    C. weight-loss                 D. weightless

31. A. success                          B. challenge                      C. ability                          D. trouble

32.   A. catches                          B. includes                         C. offers                                    D. collects

33. A. others                            B. other                              C. another                       D. the other

34. A. exciting                          B. attractive                      C. enjoyable                  D. different

35. A. chosen                           B. tried                               C. learned                       D. promised

36. A. expected                       B. supposed                      C. achieved                     D. proved

37. A. hated to                        B. hoped to                        C. used to                        D. had to

38. A. sitting                            B. walking                          C. fighting                       D. working

39. A. of                                     B. from                               C. on                                    D. with

40. A. had                                 B. will                                  C. have                               D. do

 

详细信息
29. 难度:简单

阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

Life is like potato salad; when it’s shared it becomes a picnic.

When my three children were young, my husband, Roy, and I were very 1..

 “Can we go on a picnic, Mom?” my six-year-old daughter, Becky  2. . “Please.”

I had said no so many times in the 3.  months, and I decided the usual Saturday morning chores (日常工作) could wait. To her 4., I agreed.

I prepared a few sandwiches and 5. a cooler with ice and drinks and called Roy

6.. My eleven-year-old twin sons put the cooler and the picnic basket in the trunk and off we went to spend some 7. time together as a family.

About the time I got the lunch 8. out on the table, Roy arrived on the 9..

That was one of the happiest meals we ever shared together. The meal was filled with

10.. We felt a closeness that had been hidden by work and school 11. for so many months. Roy and the boys 12. rocks into the lake. Becky fed the ducks and I sat quietly on the picnic table, 13. God for blessing me with such a wonderful family.

That night as our 14. went to bed, I kissed their cheeks and realized what a wonderful life I had.

As I walked out of the room it dawned on me that even the busiest 15. could become a picnic when it’s shared with the ones you 16..

Even though the kids have now grown up and 17. from home, I can still remember how I felt that day while sitting at the picnic table.

Maybe today would be a good time to 18. potato salad, call all of my grown kids, feed some hungry    19. and skipped a few rocks into the lake. Since life is like potato salad, let’s make it a 20..

21.A. old                        B. poor                           C. busy                           D. miserable

22.A. begged           B. asked                               C. doubted                          D. wondered

23.A. coming                      B. recent                             C. following                         D. later

24.A. doubt                         B. disappointment            C. sadness                          D. surprise

25.A. supplied           B. provided                    C. combined                       D. filled

26.A. off work           B. at home                          C. at work                           D. on business

27.A. unhappy          B. quality                             C. quantity                          D. sad

28.A. spread                       B. taken                               C. made                         D. cooked

29.A. scene                         B. view                                 C. event                    D. landscape

30.A. sadness                    B. expectation                   C. hope                           D. laughter

31.A. orders                  B. charges                           C. activity                            D. responsibilities

32.A. missed                      B. took                      C. skipped                           D. left

33.A. praying                   B. praising                           C. thanking                         D. trusting

34.A. family            B. children                           C. friends                      D. parents

35.A. lifestyle                    B. time                           C. world               D. family

36.A. enjoy                          B. own                             C. have                                 D. love

37.A. left alone                  B. passed away                 C. ran away                        D. moved away

38.A. supply                        B. cook                              C. watch                              D. plant

39.A. ducks                         B. children                           C. family                        D. people

40.A. salad               B. life                               C. picnic                    D. hope

 

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30. 难度:简单

完形填空(共20小题;每小题1.5分,满分30分)

Tom is a worker in my factory and he is a little bit dirty. I have been taking   36   of him for years and years, he always wears an old red hat and carries a   37   bag. He usually spends his break time and his lunchtime by walking around to   38   the unused tins around.

Once I saw him by his   39   , with a lot of rubbish bags, which were full of aluminum(铝) tins. He threw them into the back of his car and then   40   the car. Being very curious, I got into my car to   41   him. He drove   42   he reached the entrance to a wide, empty parking area, but did nothing more.

Today, I was   43   one of the broken machines during lunchtime when this“tin man”came along with his bag. As usual, he   44   the tins around the place. My   45   , who was worried about how the   46   caused by the machine would affect production, was standing there watching me.

When I finished my job, my manager asked the “tin man” about what he would   47    the tin that he had collected. I had    48   even though about asking this kind of question,  49  I had always thought that this “tin man” would sell the   50   to the recycling place

 51  ,this “tin man” answered, “I will give them to my neighbor,  52   has epilepsy(癫痫病) and is unable to work.” I was   53   to hear this, and I asked him, “You   54   you are collecting all those tins just to help your neighbor?”

“I know it doesn’t help very much,” he said, “   55   I try my best to help him.” It was the most beautiful moment in my life and made me feel very humble(卑鄙的).

36. A. hold            B. care            C. charge             D. notice

37. A. plastic          B. rubbish          C. paper              D. metal

38. A. collect          B. find            C. hide                D. spread

39. A. house           B. store           C. machine             D. car

40. A. got out of        B. broke up        C. jumped into          D. settled down

41. A. follow          B. block           C. inspect              D. catch

42. A. since           B. until            C. when               D. after

43. A. decorating       B. performing      C. repairing             D. selecting

44. A. turned up        B. put up          C. set up               D. picked up

45. A. manager         B. workmate       C. neighbor             D. friend

46. A. power           B. delay           C. signal               D. harm

47. A. do with          B. deal with        C. go with             D. put up with

48. A. seldom          B. always          C. nearly              D. never

49. A. unless           B. because         C. though              D. if

50. A. machine         B. cars            C. tins                 D. bags

51. A. Certainly        B. Briefly          C. Surprisingly          D. Fortunately

52. A. who            B. whom           C. which               D. that

53. A. shocked         B. interested        C. satisfied             D. concerned

54. A. announce        B. mean           C. say                 D. declare

55. A. instead          B. however        C. but                 D. and

 

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31. 难度:简单

In every country there are times to celebrate, weddings, birthdays, religious festivals. Although the U.S.A is a multi-cultural society, where different groups celebrate their own traditional   21   , Christmas is the most popular holiday in the U.S.A. Some of the   22    of Christmas time are old and others are newer.

Already in the late 18th and the 19th centuries, people felt sentimental (眷恋的) about Christmases of the past. The American   23   , Washington Irving, wrote in 1819 about the old-fashioned Christmas he experienced in England. He was taken in a stagecoach (驿站马车) full of happy people, food and presents, to an old house in the   24   . There, he found a crowd of happy farmers, lots of food and drinks, snow, games and ghosts.

The first Christmas card, which was printed in England, showed people eating and drinking   25   . It was sent in 1846, but Christmas cards did not become really   26    until the 1860s, when color printing became possible.

By this time, stagecoaches had   27    running, replaced by the railroad. More and more families   28    the country and were living in towns and cities, but the dream of the   29    Christmas remained. The loaded stagecoach driving along the country road through the snow still   30    on many Christmas cards today.

 

1.A. festivals             B. weddings              C. parties                            D. birthdays

2.A. foods                  B. traditions              C. cards                      D. decorations

3.A. writer                 B. singer                     C. designer                D. farmer

4.A. city                      B. country                  C. town                       D. hill

5.A. dangerously      B. happily                   C. equally                   D. generously

6.A. usual                   B. famous                  C. popular                  D. regular

7.A. started               B. kept                        C. stopped                 D. continued

8.A. left                      B. preferred              C. admired                 D. reached

9.A. amazing             B. new                        C. merry                     D. old-fashioned

10.A. turns                          B. appears                 C. puts                        D. gets

 

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32. 难度:简单

完形填空(共20小题;每小题1.5分,满分30分)

阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C、D)中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。

  Once upon a time there was an old general (将军). He liked to drink wine better than anything else.He always __36__ several bottles of good wine in his house.He __37__ go out one day, but he was _38___ his servant would drink his wine.Then he thought of a way to __39_ him doing so.

"I'm going out for the day ." he __40__ his servant."Please _41___ the house for me. There are some meat and two bottles of _42___ in the kitchen .There is also a hen there. But be careful not to _43___ it because it is poisonous.__44___ you drink it ,it will kill you."

But as soon as he left, his servant killed the hen and __45__ it for dinner.He then ate __46__ the hen and the meat,drank the two bottles of wine and went to bed.The general returned home late that evening. He was __47__ to find that the hen,the meat and the two bottles of wine were gone.He then saw his servant __48___ asleep in bed.There were two empty bottles beside him. He woke the servant up.

"What was happened?" he asked.

"I'm very sorry."His servant replied."After you __49___,a cat jumped in _50___ the window and ate the meat.A dog took the hen away. I know you would be __51___ with me when you returned,__52___ I tried to _53____myself  by drinking the poison . Please __54__ me." The general didn't believe __55__ he said but there was nothing he could do.

36.A.bought      B. stole          C. kept          D. carried

37.A.had to       B. had better      C. should        D. could

38.A. talking      B. writing        C. pleased       D. worried

A. stop        B. keep          C. notice        D. thank

A.ordered      B. told           C. asked        D. invited

41.A. take care of  B. leave          C. sell          D. buy

42.A. wine        B. milk          C. water         D. ink

43.A. touch       B. kill            C. forget        D.drink

44.A. Before      B. If             C. Because      D.Since

45.A. hid         B. threw          C. washed       D. cooked

46.A. both        B. all            C. some         D. either

47.A. sure        B. disappointed    C. surprised      D. sorry

48.A. dying       B. lying          C. singing       D. crying

49.A. left         B. returned        C. knew        D. drank

50.A. near        B. onto           C. under        D. through

51.A. thankful     B. angry          C. satisfied      D. strict

52.A. but         B. so             C. though       D. that

53.A. fool        B. teach           C. kill          D. wake

54.A. excuse      B.drink           C. help          D.kill

55.A. when       B. that            C. what         D. How

 

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33. 难度:简单

阅读下面短文,从短文后所给各题的中个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出或以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

My neighbor Peter Gate’s life was shadowed for years by the memory of his part in an outdoor adventure that resulted in the death of one of his classmates. He and his wife 21 after six years of marriage. Then the news about Peter changed. His wife Betty came back; he 22 a fine position in a company.

One day he told me what had changed his 23 : I used to think, ‘Nothing can undo what I have done.’ The thought of my guilt(罪恶感) would 24 me in the middle of a smile or a handshake. It put a wall between my wife and me. Then I had an 25 visit from the person I 26 most to see —the 27 of the college classmate who died. “Years ago”, she said, “I found it in my heart, through prayer(祈祷), to 28 you. Betty forgave you. So did your friends and employers.” She 29, and then said 30, “You are the one person who hasn’t forgiven Peter Gate. Who do you think you are to 31 the people of this town and God ?”  “I 32 her eyes and found there a kind of 33 to be the person I might have been if her son had lived. For the first time in my adult life I felt 34 to love and be loved.”

So, you see, it is only through forgiveness of our 35 that we gain the freedom to learn from experience. But forgiving our shortcomings doesn't mean 36   that they exist. 37 , it means 38 them honestly, realistically. 39 you forgive, you cannot love. And without 40, life has no meaning. Forgiveness is a good quality.

21.A.divided           B. separated                    C. quarrelled         D. left

22.  A.lost                  B. kept                   C. earned                       D. discovered

23.  A.marriage     B. job                     C. family              D. life

24. A.help               B. stop                 C. protect              D. attract

25. A.unexpected   B .unwilling             C. unfriendly          D. unknown

26. A.hoped          B. feared               C. terrified             D. wished

27. A.sister           B. wife                   C. mother          D. teacher

28. A.hate             B. love                 C. forgive             D. forget

29. A.stopped         B. added                 C. continued        D. paused

30. A.seriously        B. sadly                C. cheerfully         D. nervously

31. A.get along with                                      B. stand out against 

C. keep in touch with                                 D. live in harmony with

32. A.looked at       B.  looked for      C. looked into        D. looked after

33. A.permission    B. determination  C. sorrow              D. apology

34. A.worried         B. worthy              C. lonely               D. curious

35. A.adventures      B. friends              C. mistakes         D. classmates

36. A.ignoring           B. admitting           C. remembering    D. finding

37. A.To begin with B. On the other hand C. Above all    D. On the contrary

38   A.facing            B.  recognizing   C. returning            D. forgetting

39. A.Although        B. If                      C. Unless            D. Because

40. A.forgiveness   B. love                     C. freedom                      D. shortcomings

 

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34. 难度:简单

请认真阅读下面各题,从题中所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出最佳选项,并在机读卡上将该项涂黑。

I was walking down the road one day when my cell phone rang.  36  voice on the other end spoke to me, "Dad, please come back soon.I miss you so much! "I judged that it was a   37_  number.A little while later, the call came once again, so I rudely   38   , "You've dialed the wrong number! " and then   39

    During the following days, I got the same call   40   .But I didn't care much about it.

    Then one day she constantly called me,   41   I didn't answer.Finally I answered the phone and heard a weak voice, "Dad, please come back.I miss you so much!  Dad, I'm   42   so much pain! Mom said you were too busy to take   43  of me.But, dad, please   44  me again, OK?" The innocent   45  was difficult to reject.I made a   46  kiss on the phone and heard the weak voice say, "Thank you...Dad, I am so...happy, so...happy..."

    Shortly after this, I became   47   about who had been on the other end of my phone.So I called back, and a woman answered, "Sorry, sir.I am really sorry to have   48   you.My daughter has suffered from bone cancer   49   she was born.And her father...died in an    50   a short while ago.I dare not tell her this   51   .Poor baby.When she couldn't   52  the painful chemotherapy(化疗), she would cry for her dad, who had always   53  her.I really couldn't bear it, so I gave her a random phone number..."

    "How is your daughter now?" I couldn't wait to   54

    "She has   55   .You must have kissed her on the phone, because she went with a smile, tightly holding the cell phone..."

Tears blurred my eyes...

36.A.A boy' s           B.A child' s         C.My daughter' s         D.My son' s

37.A.bad               B.different          C.new                      D.wrong

38.A.screamed        B.blamed            C.returned                D.replied

39.A.hung up          B.hung on           C.held on                 D.held up

40.A.here and there  B.now and then   C.more or less          D.sooner or later

41.A.so that            B.in case       C.as if                   D.even if

42.A.near               B.on                   C.in                    D.at

43.A.care               B.control            C.notice                 D.charge

44.A. comfort         B.kiss                 C.pat                     D.encourage

45.A.application   B.command         C.request               D.appetite

46.A.soft               B.sweet           C.low                    D.loud

47.A.surprised       B.curious            C.interested             D.amazed

48.A.bothered         B.confused          C.interrupted           D.reached

49.A.when               B.since           C.as                        D.while

50.A.invitation         B.event           C.accident               D.invention

51.A.fate                 B.reason             C.story                   D.news

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53.A.encouraged     B.amused            C.satisfied                  D.supported[来源:学.科.网Z.X.X.K]

54.A.hear                B.ask                  C.tell                         D.see

55.A.gone               B.passed             C.gone by                  D.passed by

 

四、单项填空
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35. 难度:中等

A businessman, with a large amount of money, was walking through a remote (偏远的) area. Upon    31   this, a thief followed him, planning to    32   his money at a certain time. The businessman noticed something was   33  , and he started to pay much more   34  to the thief.

The businessman soon asked the thief if he  35   help find some water nearby, and when the thief went to   36   the water, the businessman put all of his   37   into the thief’s bag. Then the thief returned and told the businessman    38   the water was.   39   the businessman left to get some water, the thief quickly    40   the businessman’s bag. Certainly, there was nothing that the thief    41  .

The thief was    42  , but he still did not give up hope. After some time, the businessman returned and they both    43   for a long time. Then the businessman got tired and    44   under a big tree. The thief again checked the businessman’s bag and still did not find any money. So the thief    45   that the businessman did not actually have any money with him.

Finally, they arrived at a city. When the thief went after a job and left his own bag behind, the businessman    46   in and took back all of his own money he had put there    47  . When the thief came back, he was surprised to see that the businessman was    48   some jewels with the money in his bag. The thief couldn’t    49   asking the question, “I didn’t know you had money on the    50  .” The businessman smiled to him, “Of course you didn’t, because it is not yours.”

1.                A.talking         B.learning        C.thinking  D.speaking

 

2.                A.keep           B.borrow         C.steal D.put

 

3.                A.new           B.common        C.strange   D.dangerous

 

4.                A.care           B.mercy          C.need D.attention

 

5.                A.would          B.could          C.should   D.must

 

6.                A.carry on        B.look for         C.watch over    D.bring along

 

7.                A.goods          B.food           C.money   D.clothes

 

8.                A.how           B.what           C.that  D.where

 

9.                A.As soon as      B.As far as        C.As well as D.As long as

 

10.               A.hid            B.searched       C.explored  D.changed

 

11.               A.saved          B.planned        C.owned    D.wanted

 

12.               A.frightened      B.angry          C.surprised  D.nervous

 

13.               A.drank          B.walked         C.rested D.discussed

 

14.               A.sat            B.stood          C.slept  D.stopped

 

15.               A.agreed         B.wished         C.doubted   D.believed

 

16.               A.put            B.got            C.reached   D.broke

 

17.               A.rightly         B.luckily          C.really D.formerly

 

18.               A.buying         B.wearing        C.having D.showing

 

19.               A.keep          B.help           C.enjoy D.avoid

 

20.               A.trip            B.visit           C.holiday    D.business

 

 

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36. 难度:中等

__________ a moment and I will go to your rescue.

         A.Go on            B.Carry on              C.Move to                D.Hold on

 

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37. 难度:中等

Another person’s enthusiasm was what set me moving toward the success I have achieved. That person was my stepmother.

I was nine years old when she entered our home in rural Virginia. My father  36  me to her with these words: “I would like you to meet the fellow who is  37  for being the worst boy in this county and will probably start throwing rocks at you no  38  than tomorrow morning.”

My stepmother walked over to me,  39  my head slightly upward, and looked me right in the eye. Then she looked at my father and replied, “ You are  40  . This is not the worst boy at all,    41  the smartest one who hasn’t yet found an outlet for his enthusiasm.”

That statement began a (n)  42  between us. No one had ever called me smart. My family and neighbors had built me up in my  43  as a bad boy. My stepmother changed all that.

She changed many things. She  44  my father to go to a dental school, from which he graduated with honors. She moved our family into the country seat, where my father’s career could be more  45  and my brothers and I could be better  46  .

When I turned fourteen, she bought me a secondhand  47  and told me that she believed that I could become a writer. I knew her enthusiasm, I  48  it, and I saw how it had already improved our lives. I accepted her  49  and began to write for local newspapers. I was doing the same kind of  50  that great day I went to interview Andrew Carnegie and received the task which became my life’s work later. I wasn’t the  51  beneficiary(受益者). My father became the  52  man in town. My brothers and stepbrothers became a physician, a dentist, a lawyer, and a college president.

What power  53  has! When that power is released to support the certainty of one’s purpose and is  54  strengthened by faith, it becomes an irresistible force which poverty and temporary defeat can never  55  .

You can communicate that power to anyone who needs it. This is probably the greatest work you can do with your enthusiasm.

1.A. rushed                 B. introduced             C. sent                      D. carried

2.A. mistaken            B. favored           C. distinguished    D. rewarded

3.A. later             B. sooner           C. longer             D. earlier

4.A. dragged            B. raised            C. shook               D. bent

5.A. perfect            B. right                C. impolite           D. wrong

6.A. so                    B. but                           C. or                  D. and

7.A. agreement    B. gap                  C. friendship       D. relationship

8.A. opinion           B. image             C. mind                       D. expectation

9.A. persuaded       B. begged                C. ordered                      D. invited

10.A. meaningful   B. successful          C. helpful                             D. useful

11.A. treated                   B. entertained       C. respected              D. educated

12.A. camera         B. radio                C. typewriter             D. bicycle

13.A. considered      B. appreciated     C. ignored                            D. suspected

14.A. criticism       B. belief             C. request           D. description

15.A. writing               B. teaching                           C. studying                           D. reading

16.A. only                            B. next                          C. same                                 D. real

17.A. cleverest          B. strongest                          C. healthiest                         D. wealthiest

18.A. fortune        B. sympathy         C. enthusiasm             D. confidence

19.A. deliberately    B. constantly               C. traditionally            D. happily

20.A. win                     B. reach                         C. match            D. doubt

 

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38. 难度:简单

When she heard the strange news, a ____ look _____ on her face.

A. puzzling; appearing                B. puzzled; appeared

C. puzzling; appeared                 D. puzzled; appearing

 

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39. 难度:中等

My parents ran a small restaurant in Seattle. It was open twenty-four hours a day, six days a week. And my first real job, when I was six years old, was   31   the diners’ shoes. My father had done it when he was young, so he taught me  32   to do it well, telling me to  33   to shine the shoes again if the customer wasn’t  34  .

I was proud of working in the restaurant   35  I was also working for the good of the family. But my father   36   said that I had to meet certain standards(标准) to be part of the team. I   37   to be on time, hard-working, and polite to the  38  . I was    39   paid for the work I did at the restaurant. One day I made the mistake of suggesting to Dad that he  40   give me $10 a week. He said, “OK. How about you paying me for three meals a day you have here? And for the times you bring in your friends  41   free soft drinks?” He   42   the amount of money I owed him, about $40 a week.

I remember returning to Seattle after being  43   in the US Army for about two years. I had just been promoted(升职) to Captain at that time. And full of pride, I walked into my parents’ restaurant, but the   44   thing Dad said was, “How about your   45   up tonight?” I couldn’t  46   my ears! I am an officer in the Army! But   47  didn’t matter. As far as Dad was concerned, I was just  48   member of the team. I reached for the mop(拖把).Working for Dad has taught me that the devotion(奉献) to a  49   is above all. It has nothing to do with  50   that team is for a family restaurant or the US Army.

1.A. washing               B. shining                    C. changing                          D. repairing

2.A. why                      B. what                                  C. when                                D. how

3.A. offer                    B. refuse                    C. continue                    D. forget

4.A. interested           B. annoyed                           C. relaxed                   D. satisfied

5.A. if                               B. because                   C. when                           D. though

6.A. anxiously          B. strangely                     C. clearly                 D. secretly

7.A. had                       B. tended                             C. hated                              D. pretended

8.A. family                            B. workers                            C. customers                        D. friends

9.A. never                            B. always                               C. seldom               D. already

10.A. must                            B. should                              C. might                           D. could

11.A. by                                B. to                                       C. on                                D. for

12.A. worked out                B. decided on                C. set aside           D. cut down

13.A. absent                        B. over                                  C. away                       D. alone

14.A. usual                           B. last                                    C. next                                  D. first

15.A. washing       B. going                                  C. cleaning                           D. turning

16.A. cover                         B. follow                     C. believe                      D. understand

17.A. they                            B. I                                    C. he                              D. it

18.A. no                         B. either                             C. any                                D. another

19.A. team                           B. family                          C. leader                           D. restaurant

20.A. when                          B. whether                           C. how                                   D. why

 

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40. 难度:中等

We bought a second-hand house, and that afternoon I was in the workshop of the gqrage,I noticed a part of a carpet sticking out of the ceiling of an attic(阁楼)that was strange, I found a ladder and headed up.

I climbed into the attic, As my eyes adjusted to the dark , I saw a metal container, I opened the lid and was shocked by  what I saw: several rolls of money tied up in orange string , I’ve found , like $800, Awesome!

But there was more than one box of money , I found another seven boxes full to the top, plus two big black bags full of cash, I won’t lie , My first thought was that this was a bleesing from God –the means to fix up this old house; or just to uxe to make life easier for our rwo young sons , who sere seven and four ,But I knew that the right thing was to return the money to the previous owners . So I called them and asked them to come.

They were shocked, of course, not only about the money but that I was returning it , They had recently got the house from their dad and said it must have been their dad who, had hidden the money, What made him do it? I thought about the hundreds of times he had bone to his shop, cut off a length of orange string ,and bound up a roll of money , I like to think he did it for his chileren .

There were balls of that ouange stuing still hanging on the wall of the workshop when we moved in ,I used them to tie up Christmas presents last year, for my kids , I hope it reminded them of the gift greater than money that my wife and I gave them by returning the money ,We did the right thing ,and our children will never forget that.

1.The story took place after         

A.the author got the house from his dad

B.the author bought the house

C.the previous owners hid the money

D.the author’s dad sold the house

2.How many boxes of cash did the author discover in the attic?

A.One box          B.Two boxes         C.Seven boxes       D.Eight boxes

3.What do we know about the money that the author found?

A.It would be used to fix the old house

B.It had been hidden in the house by thieves

C.No one was sure why it was lift in the house

D.It made the previous owners think of their mother

4.What did the author put on the outside of his children’s Christmas gifts?

A.A roll of money                         B.Balls

C.Tie-up orange string                     D.Metal containers

5.The text is mainly about a story of         

A.honesty                              B.bravery

C.wisdom                               D.love

 

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41. 难度:简单

At the beginning of class, the noise of desks ______ could be heard outside the classroom.

   A. opened and closed                     B. to be opened and closed

   C. being opened and closed              D. to open and close

 

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42. 难度:中等

I believe honesty is one of the greatest gifts. I know they call it a lot of fancy names these days, like  36_ and straightforward .And it’s still what  37  a man a good citizen .This is my secret ,and I try to live by .

I’ve been in the taxi business for thirty-five year,  38  there is a lot about it that is not so good. Taxi drivers have to be rough and tumble (乱作一团) fellows to be able to take it in New York. You’ve got to be  39  to fight the New York traffic eight hours a day . Because taxi drivers are tough, people get the   40  impression that they are bad .Taxi drivers are just like other people. Most of them will act as   41  fellows. You read in the papers almost every week   42  a taxi driver turns in money or jewels or like that people leave in their   43  . If they weren’t hones, you wouldn’t be reading those stories in the papers. One time .I found an emerald (翡翠的) ring in my car. I remembered helping a lady with a lot of suitcases that day , so I went back to where I had   44  . It took me almost two days to wait for her in order to return her   45  to her. I didn’t get much as “thank you”.  46  I felt good because I had done what was right. I think I felt better than she   47  .

I was born and raised in Ireland until I was nineteen years old. I came to this country in 1913 where I   48  several jobs to earn a few dollars before joining the army in Word War I. After being discharged (退伍), I bought my own car and have owned one ever since. It hasn’t been too easy   49  , but my wife takes care of our money and we have a good bit   50  for a rainy day (一时之需). In all my years of driving a taxi, I have never had   51  with the public, not even with drunks. Even if they get a little headstrong (顽固的) once in a while, I just agree with them and then they behave themselves.

People ask me about tips. As far as I know,   52  everyone will give you something , because most Americans are   53  generous . I always try to be nice to everyone, whether they   54  or not. I believe in God and try to be a good member of my parish (教区 ). I try to act toward others like I think god wants me to act. I have been trying this for a long time, and the   55  I try , the easier it gets.

1.                A.dishonor        B.dishonesty       C.upright   D.faithful

 

2.                A.take           B.become        C.make D.have

 

3.                A.know          B.known          C.knew D.knowing

 

4.                A.generous       B.tough          C.mild D.warm-hearted

 

5.                A.right           B.proper         C.bad  D.wrong

 

6.                A.rude           B.honest         C.good D.tough

 

7.                A.when          B.what           C.which    D.where

 

8.                A.houses         B.cars            C.pockets   D.rooms

 

9.                A.picked her up    B.dropped her off  C.dropped her down  D.pull her down

 

10.               A.ring           B.suitcase        C.car   D.emerald

 

11.               A.So            B.Still            C.But   D.Though

 

12.               A.was           B.did            C.has   D.is

 

13.               A.made          B.put            C.held  D.took

 

14.               A.at one time      B.some time      C.in no time  D.at times

 

15.               A.put off         B.put up         C.put on D.put away

 

16.               A.trouble         B.difficult         C.word D.anything

 

17.               A.especially       B.specially        C.particularly D.practically

 

18.               A.never          B.seldom         C.rather D.fairly

 

19.               A.tip            B.advise          C.suggest    D.ask

 

20.               A.longer         B.harder         C.better D.shorter

 

 

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43. 难度:简单

完形填空(共15小题;每小题1分,满分15分)

阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从16—30各题所给的A、B、C和D项中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

 

When I moved into an empty dormitory for the first time two years ago, I was certain of a few things. Firstly, I realized that I didn’t  16  anybody at the school. Secondly, I knew that I wanted to work hard at my lessons and learn something useful. And thirdly, I wanted to have a good time with new classmates, without my parents around.

  The first  17  frightened me in the beginning. But that  18  quickly disappeared. It was the other two goals  19  ended up being my difficulties. I knew that it was hard to devote enough time to class and to social efforts. But I wanted to  20  in both. I knew this would be a  21  , but I didn’t realize how much until classes began.

  I got on well with the other girls who lived in my dorm.  22 , instead of finishing my homework  23 it was due, I went upstairs and had ice cream with my neighbor. I always finished it the next day between classes. I knew it wasn’t very good and the grade I  24  showed my lack of effort.

  I was  25  that I needed to find some sort of balance. So I created a schedule that would  26  my time up between going to class, doing homework, and relaxing. It seemed like a good idea, but I was only able to  27  it for a few days. A schedule like that was too much pressure.

  So I tried another 28 . Each week I made a list of everything I had to get done during that week. Then, under the list of things I had to get done, I made a list of things I could do if I had time.

  This is the method I have used since then. I’m glad that I’ve learned to  29  things and it has  30  prepare me for what is to come after graduation.

16. A. know         B. recognize        C. realize                D. like

17. A. teacher        B. day                    C. class                  D. realization

18. A. happiness   B. excitement      C. fear              D. desire

19. A. which        B. what                  C. that                   D. who

20. A. win             B. succeed            C. get                    D. wish

21. A. chance        B. job                     C. challenge            D. time

22. A. Often        B. Seldom               C. Unluckily             D. Fortunately

23. A. because        B. when                          C. after                  D. before

24. A. demanded            B. took                   C. accepted                     D. received

25. A. asleep          B. awake               C. ashamed                      D. aware

26. A. fix                B. divide                C. put                    D. build

27. A. use             B. keep                  C. follow                 D. make

28. A. plan            B. energy              C. pressure             D. effort

29. A. do               B. control              C. balance                       D. hold

30. A. had             B. helped              C. let                      D. forced                         

 

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44. 难度:简单

One ought __________ for what one hasn’t done.

    A. not to be punished               B. to not be punished

    C. to not punish                    D. not be punished

 

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45. 难度:中等

Waiting for the airplane to take off, I was happy to get a seat by myself. Just then, a flight attendant 41 me and asked, "Would you mind changing your seat? A couple would like to sit together. “The only other  42 seat was next to a woman with both arms in casts(石膏), a black-and-blue face, and a depressed emotion."  43 am I going to sit there" was my immediate thought.  44  then a deeper, quieter voice spoke, "Opportunity.”Finally I took my new seat and   45  that Kathy had been in an auto collision, and she was on her way for  46 

When the snack of nuts and juice arrived, 47 did not take me long to realize that Kathy would not be able to 48  herself. I considered offering to feed her but 49 , as it seemed too close a service to offer to a stranger. But then I decided that Kathy's need was more important than my  50 . I offered to help her eat, and although she too was uncomfortable about __51___it, she did. The experience was   52  and she and I ___53__close in a short period of time. By the end of the five-hour trip, my heart was fully   54, and the time was __55___ better spent than if I had just sat by myself.

I was very glad I had reached beyond my comfort zone to sit next to Kathy and feed her. Love sometimes   56 beyond human borders and dissolves the fears   57  keep us separate. When we stretch to serve another, we grow to live in a larger, more  58 world.

Help me move   59 the small self so I can connect with the hearts of others.

When I give  60 to another, I feed my own soul.

1.                A.touched        B.approached     C.deserved D.proposed

 

2.                A.available        B.accessible       C.acceptable    D.comfortable

 

3.                A.No case        B.No means       C.No manners   D.No way

 

4.                A.So             B.Otherwise       C.But  D.And

 

5.                A.intended       B.discovered      C.defended D.advocated

 

6.                A.holidays        B.treatment       C.sightseeing    D.interview

 

7.                A.that           B.what           C.this  D.it

 

8.                A.help           B.dress           C.eat  D.drink

 

9.                A.hesitated       B.rejected        C.insisted   D.refused

 

10.               A.discomfort      B.guilt           C.convenience   D.situation

 

11.               A.attending       B.accepting       C.convening D.behaving

 

12.               A.desperate      B.pleasant        C.adequate  D.awkward

 

13.               A.maintained      B.grew           C.stayed D.remained

 

14.               A.awake         B.alone          C.alive  D.asleep

 

15.               A.typically        B.properly        C.reasonably D.definitely

 

16.               A.flows          B.suits           C.seizes D.drags

 

17.               A.what           B.that           C.whether   D.when

 

18.               A.answering      B.demanding      C.rewarding D.offering

 

19.               A.toward         B.across          C.beyond   D.through

 

20.               A.sympathy       B.care           C.virtue D.love

 

 

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46. 难度:中等

—Would you please help me carry this heavy box upstairs?

    —              .

    A.My pleasure                          B.With pleasure

    C.For pleasure     D.A pleasure

 

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47. 难度:简单

Directions: For each blank in the following passage there are four words or phrases marked A,B,C, and D. Fill in each blank with the word or phrase that best fits the context.

When I was little, my family used to move frequently. Before I could even get acquainted with my schoolmates, my family was on the move again. I became very  36  because of this.

But a girl with dark skin and ling shiny hair changed me. Here best characteristics are her openness and   37  . She is always smiling, like a beautiful sunflower following the sun. without doubt I enjoyed being with her and soon we became good friends. As time went by, I   38  became a happy girl. But this joyful period didn’t last long. We were admitted to different colleges. I felt like I had gone back to my always-on-the-move childhood. I felt  39  and helpless and I was afraid that I would  40  her as my best friend. She stayed calm and said to me :“Rain, you can achiever more than I do, so  1  to your dreams and make a big effort! Real friendship doesn’t fade and we will be best friends forever.” Maybe she didn’t realize what a great  42  she was to me at that time.

However, it turned out that my concerns were well-founded(有根据的). I felt that the   43  between us was getting bigger and bigger. One day, she sent me a text message happily telling me that she had fallen in love with a handsome boy in her class.

I felt happy for her, but at the same time I was secretly worried about our friendship. I   44  her several times intending to tell her to think easefully about her relationship with the boy, but I got no more messages from her. I felt sad that perhaps our friendship would not   45  . I had almost given up hope until she visited me at my campus a week later. She looked   46  but was wearing the most beautiful smile. She gave me a big hug and said: “I’m sorry. I want to be myself and your friend forever!” We cried together, ignoring the people walking past. She told me her sad story, and we knew we had gone back to how it was before.

Now I firmly believer that distance and time can’t   47  you from a friend. If you care enough about each other, friendship never fades.

1.A.silent                                     B.aggressive       C.impatient                D.greedy

2.A.faithfulness   B.cheerfulness                      C.quietness                D.kindness

3.A.gradually     B.normally                              C.frequently               D.regularly

4.A.scared                                     B.shabby            C.cold-hearted           D.unreasonable

5.A.leave                                 B.miss                        C.lose                           D.abandon

6.A.look forwardB.hold on                                      C.get down                 D.give thought

7.A.burden                             B.example                C.encouragement     D.wonder

8.A.difference  B.distance                                   C.misunderstanding D.complaint

9.A.visited                              B.messaged             C.telephoned             D.wrote

10.A.negotiate  B.develop                                   C.survive                     D.accelerate

11.A.cheerful   B.dynamic                                   C.calm                          D.pale

12.A.protect    B. prevent                                     C.free                           D.separate

 

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48. 难度:中等

His house burnt down in a big fire.         Was the base on which it had stood.

         A.What remained                   B.All that remaining

         C.What was remained        D.All what remained

 

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49. 难度:简单

She had been shopping with her Mom in Wal­Mart. She must have been 6 years old. It was 31 outside. We all stood just 32 the door of the Wal­Mart.

Her voice was so sweet for the 33 waiting.“Mom, let’s run through the rain,” she said.

“What?” Mom asked.

“Let’s run through the rain!” She 34 .

“No, honey. We’ll wait until it 35 down a bit,” Mom replied.

This young child waited about 36 minute and repeated,“Mom, let’s run through the rain.”

“We’ll get soaked if we do,” Mom said.

“No,we won’t, Mom. That’s not what you said this morning,” the young girl said as she 

 37 her Mom’s arm.

“This morning?When did I say we could run through the rain and not get 38 ?”

“Don’t you remember?When you were talking to Daddy about his cancer, you said,‘If God can get us 39 this, he can get us through anything!’”

The entire crowd became dead silent. I  40  you couldn’t hear anything but the rain. We all stood silently. Mom  41  and thought for a moment about what she would say.

“Honey, you are absolutely right. Let’s run through the rain. If we get wet, maybe we just need  42  ,” Mom said. Then off they ran.

We all stood watching, smiling and laughing as they  43  past the cars. They held their shopping  44  over their heads just in case. They got soaked. But they were  45  by a few who screamed and laughed like children all the  46  to their cars. And yes, I did. I ran. I got wet. I needed washing. Circumstances or people can take away your  47  possessions, they can take away your money, and they can take away your   48  .But no one can ever take away your precious  49  . So, don’t forget to  50  time and take the opportunities to make memories every day!

1.A.quarrelling                   B.pouring                 C.snowing                         D.trembling

2.A.beside                            B.behind                          C.inside                            D.outside

3.A.annoying             B.interesting                  C.appreciating                  D.expecting

4.A.answered             B.declared               C.repeated                       D.announced

5.A.brings B.comes                          C.cuts                                 D.slows

6.A.a more        B.other                              C.an another                    D.another

7.A.pulled B.hit                                  C.pushed                           D.dragged

8.A.hurt           B.wet                                C.wounded                       D.slipped

9.A.off                                  B.over                               C.through                          D.in

10.A.recalled                       B.swore                            C.promised                       D.observed

11.A.suffered                     B.walked                          C.wept                              D.paused

12.A.washing                      B.bathing                      C.showering                     D.watering

13.A.rushed      B.flew                             C.walked                          D.drove

14.A.goods       B.supplies                         C.bags                               D.packages

15.A.suspected B.challenged                 C.ordered                        D.followed

16.A.route        B.way                      C.path                               D.direction

17.A.physical                     B.mental                            C.spiritual                          D.material

18.A.health      B.relative                          C.friendship                     D.happiness

19.A.presents                   B.prizes                    C.memories                      D.chances

20.A.take                                   B.gain                             C.kill                         D. keep

 


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