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1.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,选出可
以填入空白处的最佳选项。 My father enjoys bike riding. Ever since I was little, I?ve always loved going biking with my dad. 36 _ , as I became a teenager, other things began to 37 my attention. It was important to do things with friends 38 . I saw my dad every evening at home. Why did I have to 39 my

Sundays to all-day bike trips with him, 40 ? If my indifference (冷漠) 41 him, my father kept silent, but he 42 always let me know when he was planning a bike trip 43 I wanted to come. 45

It was a Sunday morning, and I was in low __44__ . Two of my friends had gone to the

without inviting me. Just then my father entered my room. “It?s a beautiful day. Want to go for a ride today, Beck?” “Leave me alone!” I impatiently him 47 he left the house that morning. Several hours later, the 48 called us informing us that Dad had a traffic accident. My speak. Beside his bed I 46 . Those were the last words I said to

father?s injuries were serious. It took several days before he could _49 held his hand gently, 50__ of hurting him.

“Daddy … I am sorry …” “It?s okay, sweetheart. I?ll be okay.” “No,” I said, “I 51 what I said to you that day. You know, that morning?” anything about that day, not before, during or after the accident: I

“Sweetheart, I don?t 52

remember kissing you goodnight the night before, though.” He 53 a weak smile.I felt regretful for my thoughtless remark for I never wanted him to leave me alone. My teacher once told me that 54 _ have immeasurable power. They can hurt or they can heal (治愈). And we all have the 55___ to choose our words. I intend to do that very carefully from now on. 36.A. Besides 37.A.pay 38.A. in time 39. A . devote 40. A. too 41. A. wounded B. Instead B. fix B. once again B. save B. either B. harmed C. Therefore C. draw C. all of a sudden C. start C. also C injured D. However D. call D. on one hand D. waste D. as well D. hurt

42.A. could 43. A. unless 44. A. spirits 45. A. supper 46. A. whispered 47.A. until 48.A. teacher 49. A. generally 50. A. tired 51. A. think 52 A. remember 53.A. managed 54. A. promises 55. A. power

B. would B. in case B. conditions B. movies B. shouted B. when B. friend B. broadly B. afraid B. discuss B. hate B. wore B. apologies B. honor

C. might C. so that C. emotions C. school C. warned C. before C. passer-by C. strictly C. aware C. mean C. like C. smiled C. smiles C. desire

D. must D. as if D. hopes D. office D. announce D. after D. police D. finally D. sorry D. care D. forget D. showed D. words D. experience

2.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。 We were experiencing one of the worst winters in years.It was very cold and the 36 was deep, Mary, neighbor, that all was not well with our new neighbor-Sabina. we put and my 37 So on our winter coats and snow boots and 38 our way to visit the family in the dark. Mary was right.Sabina was 39 in bed and her two pre-school children were sitting around 40 .The dishes and laundry hadn?t been 41 for many weeks.We didn?t know if the children had been fed.We had no idea how to 42 her husband but we knew she was in a serious depression(忧 郁症).We fed the children,washed the dishes and did the 43.Hours later,as we walked home, we 44 that she needed professional help so we made some 45 .The next day,a social 46 came to help her. Sabina told me later that week that she would be going to a hospital for 47 would look after the children while she was 48. Mary and I each brought back a child to our own houses.The children 49 quickly in the . told her we We

stable and happy homes.Soon after that,their 50 father came to visit us.He told us he would be 51 the children to another country of their grandparents and that his when she recovered. Mary and I were both happy to be 53 when Sabina and the children needed help.I am positive that it was something in our heart that 54 us to see her that evening. when God impresses you So to help someone in need-just do it.Perhaps He has put you in a 55 or workplace for “such a time as this.” 36.A.fog B.water C.snow D.well C.wondered C.drove C.painful D.suspected D.took D.breathless D.angrily 52 would also move there

37.A.confirmed 38.A.1ed 39.A.sick 40.A.freely 41.A.brought up 42.A.surprise 43.A.dinner 44.A.found 45.A.calls 46.A.doctor 47.A.medicine

B.decided B.made B.asleep

B.helplessly C.peacefully

B.looked after C.washed away D.checked up B.send C.reach D.ask D.favor D.agreed D.changes D.worker D.examinations D.relaxing D.adapted D.satisfied D.giving D.wife D.consistent D.needed D.night

B.housework C.1aundry B.doubted B.decisions B.editor B.treatments C.hoped C.preparations C.1awyer C.operations C.curing C.grew C.grateful C.flying C.parents C.friendly C.selected C.chance

48.A.recovering B.dying 49.A.escaped 50.A.hopeful 51.A.paying 52.A.neighbor 53.A.available 54.A.showed B.1earned B.crazy B.1eaving B.children B.attractive B.directed

55.A.neighborhood B.situation

3.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。 Rebecca is a wildlife camerawoman and she was filming a documentary(纪录片)for the BBC in the Pacific Ocean when she saw something that made her 36 hundreds of dead birds that had

died because they had accidentally 37 the plastic thrown into the sea.People throw tons of plastic into the 38 each year! Beaches on Pacific islands that should have been some of the most 39 places in the world were covered with plastic toys, drinks bottles, pens, cigarette lighters—every plastic thing you can 40 . Back at have she thought about what she could do to help solve the problem of 41 plastic. her In hometown of Modbury, asked local 42 if they could do one thing to help-43 using plastic bags she in their shops. Plastic bags are used 44 in Britain—every supermarket,every corner shop.The numbers are 45 . Britain uses nearly l7 billion plastic bags each year. And the bags can take hundreds of years to 46 because they are chemical rather than natural,so each year the sea and the environment become more and more 47 . To Rebecca?s surprise,the shopkeepers 48 and Mobury became the first plastic bag 49 town in Britain. Other towns followed Modbury?s 50 and towns around Britain and around the 51 are becoming plastic bag free.It won?t solve all of the world?s environmental problems 52 it shows that people are becoming active and starring to think about 53 the little things in their daily lives can have a big 54 .It also shows us that there is something we can do and that one person can make a big change with a strong enough 55. 36. A. cry 37. A. drunk 38. A. river 39. A. dull B. smile B. eaten B. lake B. ordinary C. leave C. seen C. sea C. elegant D. run D. touched D. earth D. beautiful

40. A. make up B. bring about C. think of D. work out 41. A. wasted B. throwaway C. poisonous D. expensive C. citizens C. suggest D. students D. stop

42. A. shopkeepers B. shoppers 43. A. keep 44. A. frequently 45. A. interesting B. enjoy B. freely B. amazing

C. everywhere D. somewhere C. exciting D. embarrassing

46. A. break down B. break out 47. A. crowded 48. A. agreed 49. A. cheap 50. A. advice 51. A. country 52. A. so 53. A. how 54. A. idea 55. A. body B. completed B. disagreed B. expensive B. example B. sea B. and B. why B. effect B. education

C. break in C. questioned C. waited C. free C. ad C. city C. but C. when C. surprise C. tool

D. break through D. polluted D. doubted D. addicted D. voice D. world D. or D. where D. mistake D. belief

I met Mrs. Neidl in the ninth grade on a stage-design team for a play and she was one of the directors. Almost instantly I loved her. She had an unpleasant voice and a direct way of speaking, 26 me. Mrs. Neidl would ask me for my 27 . She wanted to know how I thought we should 29 28 she was encouraging and inspiring. For some reason, she was impressed with my work and

things. At first I had no idea how to answer because I knew slowly began to respond to her began to loved how 31 32

about stage design! But I

30 . It was cause and effect: She believed I had opinions, so I

them. She trusted me to complete things, so I completed them perfectly. She I was, so I began to show up to paint more and more. She believed in me, so I

began to believe in myself. Mrs. Neidl's take 36 33 that year was, "Try it. We can always paint over it 34 !"I began to

35 . I had been so afraid of failing but suddenly there was no failing--only things to be upon. I learned to dip my brush into the paint and 37 create something. 38 in the program known 39

The shy, quiet freshman achieved success that year. I was

as "Student Art Assistant" because of the time and effort I'd put in. It was that year that I I wanted to spend the rest of my life doing stage design. Being on that stage-design team 40

Mrs. Neidl changed me completely. Not only was I

stronger and more competent than I had thought, but I also hadn't known existed. She taught me not to to take chances and not be 42


a strong interest and a world I

what people think I should do: She taught me 44

43 . Mrs. Neidl was my comforter when I was upset. Her 45 . D. for D. intention D. change D. nothing D. remarks D. form D. punctual D. suggestion D. later D. risks D. reflected D. proudly D. considered D. acknowledged D. by D. formed D. wonder D. afraid D. interest D. favorable

in me has inspired me to do things that I never imagined 26. A. and 27. A. opinion 28. A. make 29. A. anything 30. A. questions 31. A. hold 32. A. happy 33. A. message 34. A. again 35. A. steps 36. A. improved 37. A. easily 38. A. introduced 39. A. confirmed 40. A. with 41. A. developed 42. A. accept 43. A. bored 44. A. trust 45. A. accessible B. yet B. impression B. keep B. something B. comments B. follow B. lively B. motto B. more B. control B. acted B. carefully B. recognized B. decided B. below B. discovered B. care B. lazy B. patience B. enjoyable C. so C. information C. handle C. everything C. explanations C. evaluate C. reliable C. saying C. instead C. charge C. looked C. confidently C. identified C. realized C. of C. took C. judge C. sad C. curiosity C. possible

5.阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,从每题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出最佳选项。
A few weeks ago, our dog, which we had kept for more than ten years, had to be put down. First, a tumor on her stomach got worse, and she was very got so bad that sometimes she 37 36 . Then, the pain in her back

lie down in the middle of a walk and couldn't take


38 .

When I first found out, l was very sad and cried a lot. She was more like a sister to me than a 39 .But I was also angry at my stepfather,Steve,who told us the 41 40 a week after it

happened. He

because he didn' t want to worry us, and he didn't want me to get 42 at the animals' hospital.

depressed(抑郁的) and fail my exams. I just thought she was I think you know all the 43

that went through my head: She was my dog!Why didn't

he tell us earlier? I didn't even get to say goodbye. People in my family have a 44 of keeping things from me to protect me, such as only 45 she had already improved health. All I could think

telling me that my aunt had cancer was: Not again ! I 46

to my mum, and she said, “I know. I'm

47 , too.” I opened my mouth to 48 through all this on 49 on myself. I

shout. And then she added, “I'm so angry with Steve that he had to

his own.”Hearing my mum's words, I shut up my mouth. I had been so hadn't thought about 50

Steve was going through. That dog was his baby. He'd had her for 51 her life, and then kept in 53 . 54 the pain of others.

longer than he'd had us—and he had to make the decision to silence for an entire

52 . All my anger melted away, and all I felt was

It makes me realize that we focus so much on ourselves that we At that moment, my mum's words were an incredible 36. A. lazy 37. A. would 38. A. walk 39. A. tool 40. A. plan 4l. A. lied 42. A. still 43. A. facts 44. A. story 45. A. until 46. A. adjusted 47. A. angry B. lonely B. should B. step B. toy B. accident B. waited B. once B. opinions B. secret B. before B. turned B. shocked C. painful C. might C. foot C. baby C. anecdote C. reflected C. even C. thoughts C. habit C. while C. contributed C. guilty 55

that I'll never forget. D. shameful D. could D. breath D. pet D. truth D. hesitated D. never D. doubts D. hobby D. after D. related D. abused

48. A. break 49. A. focused 50. A. that 5l. A. save 52. A. year 53. A. regret 54. A. shared 55. A. comfort

B. go B. hooked B. where B. expand B. month B. blame B. ignored B. compromise

C. look C. dependent C. what C. make C. week C. sorrow C. reminded C. gift

D. push D. hard D. which D. end D. day D. sympathy D. rid D. suggestion

6.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。 Over a hundred years ago, in a Scottish seaside inn, a group of fisherman were relaxing after a long day_36____.As a serving maid was walking__37__the fishermen?s table with a pot of tea, one of the men made a sweeping ___38___to describe the size of the fish he had caught. His hand had a collision with the teapot and sent it__39__against the whitewashed wall, where its contents left a(n)_40__brown spot. Standing nearby ,the innkeeper surveyed the damage . “That stain(污 点)will never come off ,”he said in discomfort. “The whole wall will have to be__41__.” “Perhaps not.” All eyes __42___the stranger who had just spoken. “What do you mean ?”asked the innkeeper. “Let me work with the_43_____,”said the stranger, standing up from his table in the corner. “If my work_44____your approval, you won?t need to repaint the wall.”

The stranger __45___a box and went to the wall. Opening the box, he withdrew pencils,__46_, and various colours. He began to draw lines around the stain and fill it in here and there with different colors._47__a picture began to appear. The stain of _48__had been turned into the picture of a deer with a magnificent pair of antlers. At the bottom of the picture, the man__49_his name. Then he paid for his__50___and left. The innkeeper was __51__when he examined the wall. “Do you know who that man was?” he said in amazement . “The signature _52____?E.H.Landseer!?” Indeed, they had been visited by the _53_painter of wild life ,Sir Edwin Landseer. God wants to take the stains and

disappointments of our live and not__54___erase them, but rather turn them into a thing of__55___. 36.A. on the river 37.A. on 38.A. movement 39.A. crashing 40.A. regular 41.A. repainted 42.A. fell onto 43.A. stain 44.A. permits 45.A. put up 46.A. papers 47.A. However 48.A. soup 49.A. stressed 50.A. meal 51.A. puzzled 52.A. means 53.A. well-known 54.A. hardly 55.A. honesty B. in the lake B. past B. signal B. sliding B. irregular B. repaired B. glared at B. teapot B. supports B. set up B. brushes B. Therefore B. porridge B. signed B. damage B. worried B. shows B. unknown B. merely B. kindness C. in town C. over C. gesture C. flowing C. beautiful C. removed C. turned to C. picture C. meets C. brought up C. knives C. Soon C. juice C. drew C. fish C. astonished C. speaks C. common C. deliberately C. beauty D. at sea D. through D. fly D. running D. popular D. rebuilt D. looked upon D. paint D. needs D. made up D. boards D. Meanwhile D. tea D. covered D. work D. embarrassed D. reads D. special D. raraly D. art

1.36-40 DCCAA
41-45 DBBAB 46-50 BCDDB 51-55 CAADA

2.36-40 CDBAB

41-45 BCCDA 46-50 DBADC 51-55 CDABA

3.36~40 ABCDC

41~45 BADCB

46~50 ADACB

51~55 DCABD

4.26—30 BACDA 31-35 DCBDD 36-40 ACBCA 41-45 BBDAC

5.36—40 CABDD

41—45 BACCD

46—50 BABAC

51—55 DCABC

家现身救场,化腐朽为神奇。 36. D 根据就餐地点和顾客们谈话的内容可以确定,应该是在海上劳作了一天。 37. B 根据情景推断,服务员应该是从餐桌旁经过。past 是介词。 38. C 说话者当时挥舞着手,通过手势描述鱼的大小。 39. A 此时的茶壶经过碰撞以后已经脱手,因此是 crashing(摔向……) 。 40. B 由情景推断,茶渍在墙上留下的应该是不规则的污点,因此是 irregular。 41. A 前面已经提到了 whitewashed wall,与污点形成很大反差,一般的解决办法应该是重

新刷墙以便恢复原貌,即 repainted。 42. C 在大家都为此感到束手无策的时候,传来这样的声音,当然引起大家注意,“眼光” 一齐转向说话的陌生人(不在同一桌子上用餐) 。 43. A 这里的四个选项,除了 picture,其余都已经出现了。经过对比可见,stranger 要处理 的,就是墙上这个污点。 44. C 假如我的工作随你的意(approval 意为“同意”) ,用 meets 与之搭配。选取该项,应 受到 meet one?s needs 或者 meet one?s demands 等短语的启发。 45. D 考虑当时情境,应该是从饭桌上站起来,拿起(自己常用的)工具箱走向墙边。 46. B 根据其职业特点和后来所做的事情(draw)推断,brushes 应该是必不可少的用具。 47. C 很显然,画家一动手,“不久”图画就出现了。 48. D 污点是“tea(茶水)”留下的。 49. B 画家的职业习惯,作完画以后要签名。后面出现的 signature 也是一个提示信息。 50. A 他在饭店用完餐,付的肯定是饭费。其余选项不符合逻辑,也不符合当时的事实。 51. C 酒店老板听说过这位名画家,因此感到惊讶。 52. D 签名写的是(reads)E.H. Landseer。reads 是主动形式表示被动意义。write 也有类似 用法。 又如:On the door was a note which wrote, “Please get your parcel at the doorkeeper?s.” 门上有一个条子,上面写着:“请到门卫处领包裹”。 53. A 由文章可知是“著名的”野生动物画家。 54. B 对于人们生活中的污点和失望上帝接受了,但是不急于把它们擦掉,而是将它们变 成美好的东西。 55. C 身。 同上。尽管事实上是艺术品,但在这里它的意义已经高于艺术的范畴,成为美的化

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