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When I was a boy, every holiday that I had seemed wonderful. My 36 took me by train or by car to a hotel by the 37 . All day, I seem to remember, I 38 on the sands with strange 39 children. We made houses and gardens, and 40 the tide destroy them. When the tide went out, we 41 over the rocks and looked down at the fish in the rock-pools. In those days the 42 seemed to shine always brightly 43 the water was always warm. Sometimes we 44 beach and walked in the country, exploring(搜寻) ruined houses and dark woods and climbing trees. There were 45 in one’s pockets or good places where one could 46 ice creams. Each day seemed a life-time. Although I am now thirty-five years old, my idea of a good 47 is much the same as it was. I 48 like the sun and warm sand and the sound of 49 beating the rocks. I no longer wish to 50 any sand house or sand garden, and I dislike sweets. 51 , I love the sea and often feel sand running through my fingers. Sometimes I 52 what my ideal(理想的) holiday will be like when I am 53 . All I want to do then, perhaps, will be to lie in bed, reading books about 54 who make houses and gardens with sands, who watch the incoming tide, who make themselves 55 on too many ices creams. 36. A. teacher B. parents C. nurse D. younger sister 37. A. sea B. lake C. mountain D. river 38. A. played B. slept C. sat D. stood 39. A. moving B. exciting C. anxious D. nervous 40. A. made B. brought C. watched D. heard 41. A. collected B. jumped C. turned D. climbed 42. A. light B. sun C. moon D. lamp 43. A. and B. yet C. but D. or 44. A. left B. came to C. stood by D. played by 45. A. sweets B. sand C. ice-creams D. money 46. A. make B. sell C. buy D. offer 47. A. house B. holiday C. garden D. tide 48. A. hardly B. almost C. still D. perhaps 49. A. waves B. tides C. hands D. feet 50. A. destroy B. fix C. use D. build 51. A. But B. However C. Otherwise D. Besides 52. A. wonder B. feel C. understand D. believe 53. A. strong B. weak C. young D. old 54. A. children B. boys C. girls D. grown-ups 55. A. happy B. tired C. sad D. sick

A couple of weeks ago, my friend offered to sell some of our things for us. I thought it was a good opportunity to 41 my 7-year-old son’s room and 42 some toys that were no longer suitable for him to play with. We 43 that all the money we got from selling the toys would

be his money. The night before the 44 , we loaded up the truck with toys and a little bike that was too 45 for him. In the yard he 46 the bike for the last time and then happily put it onto the truck. This little bike had at least two previous owners as far as we 47 . It wasn’t in the best 48 and was certainly not new, but the tires were 49 good. We put a price of $10 on it, but it didn’t sell. So, after the sale was 50 , my friend put it on the sidewalk, with a sign that 51 “FREE BIKE”. Within five minutes her doorbell rang. A little boy was 52 there. In poor English he asked whether the bike was 53 free. She said yes and that he could have it for 54 . He smiled, got on the bike and rode away. Later that evening when I told my son how much money he had made at the sale, he was very 55 , shouting happily. He asked about a few of his things, wondering 56 they had been sold. When he asked about the bike, I told him about the little boy and that made him 57 . He was much happier than when I told him how much he had 58 . He was so happy to 59 that someone else would make good 60 of that little bike! 41. A. clean B. check C. display D. design 42. A. look for B. go through C. show off D. deal with 43. A. refused B. agreed C. wrote D. lied 44. A. trip B. show C. sale D. decision 45. A. weak B. small C. new D. thin 46. A. rode B. found C. watched D. felt 47. A. doubted B. knew C. told D. thought 48. A. time B. chance C. place D. shape 49. A. also B. never C. still D. hardly 50. A. ahead B. on C. near D. over 51. A. said B. repeated C. copied D. expressed 52. A. jumping B. standing C. walking D. shouting 53. A. barely B. usually C. really D. always 54. A. something B. anything C. everything D. nothing 55. A. calm B. scared C. excited D. disappointed 56. A. when B. if C. why D. how 57. A. smile B. worry C. leave D. cry 58. A. enjoyed B. lost C. bought D. made 59. A. hear B. understand C. remember D. think 60. A. interest B. money C. use D. price

Soon it would be the holidays, but before that, there were year exams. All the 36 _____ had been working hard for some time, reviewing their lessons for the exams. If they didn’t 37 _____, they would have to retake them in September. There were usually a few who 38 _____, but Jane didn’t want to be one of them. She had worked hard all year, 39 _____ just before the exams she was working so hard that her sister Barbara was 40 _____ about her. She went to bed too 41 _____. The night before the first exam, Barbara 42 ____ that she have an early night and take a 43 ____ pill. She promised to wake 44 _____ up in the morning. As she was falling asleep, Jane was afraid that she might oversleep. Her 45 _____ kept jumping

from subject to subject. At last, with the help of 46 ____, she went to sleep. In no time at all, she was sitting in the examination hall, looking at the examination 47 _____, but she couldn’t answer any of the questions. 48 _____ around her was writing pages and gages. 49 _____ she thought hard, she couldn’t find anything to write 50 _____. She kept looking at her 51 _____. Time was running out. There was only an hour to go. She started one question, wrote two sentences, 52 _____ and tried another one. With only half an hour left she wrote another two sentences. By this time she was so worried that she started 53 ____. Her whole body shook. It shook so much that she 54 ____ up. She was still in bed and it had all been a 55 _____ dream. A minute later, Barbara called her name. 36. A. teachers B. students C. classmates D. schools 37. A. prepare B. miss C. join D. pass 38. A. succeeded B. failed C. ended D. called 39. A. but B. so C. and D. because 40. A. excited B. frightened C. worried D. pleased 41. A. early B. late C. heavily D. eagerly 42. A. insisted B. hoped C. ordered D. wished 43. A. sleeping B. resting C. exciting D. breathing 44. A. him B. her C. them D. herself 45. A. hand B. eye C. mind D. body 46. A. her sister B. her parents C. the lessons D. the medicine 47. A. result B. marks C. desk D. paper 48. A. The teacher B. The students C. No one D. Everyone 49. A.If B. Though C. So D. How 50. A. with B. about C. on D. to 51. A. watch B. textbook C. sister D. subject 52. A. gave up B. put off C. look around D. think over 53. A. examining B. leaving C. copying D. crying 54. A. raised B. woke C. stood D. cheered 55. A. nice B. wonderful C. terrible D. special

A 36 thing happened 37 me last Sunday. It was such a beautiful day __38_ I drove to go for a look in the country. On the way back home, my 39 stopped. It was out of gas on a 40 road far from a town! I decided to walk until I found someone 41 could sell some gas. I had walked almost a mile 42 I finally found a house near the __43__. I was glad to see it because it was getting dark. I knocked at the door and a little old lady with long white hair __44_. She said, “I’ve been __45__ for you here for a long time. Come in. 46 is almost ready.” “But I only came for some gas,” I answered. I couldn’t 47 what she was talking about. “Oh, Alfred! Gas? You 48 tea,” said she. I quickly 49 that my car was out of 50 , but she didn’t seem to listen to me. She just kept 51 me Alfred and talking about how long it had been 52 she had seen me. She was acting very strangely and I was anxious to leave. As soon as she went to get tea, I went out of the

house as fast as I 53 . Fortunately, there was another house down the road and I was able to buy the gas I needed. When I told the man about my 54 , he said, “Oh, that’s Miss Emily. She lives by herself in that big house. She’s strange, but she wouldn’t 55 anybody. She is still waiting for the man she was going to marry thirty years ago. The day before their wedding he left home and never came back because of the war.” 36. A. happy B. strange C. common D. bad 37. A. on B. in C. upon D. to 38. A. and B. so C. but D. that 39. A. car B. bus C. bike D. truck 40. A. narrow B. lonely C. crowded D. busy 41. A. what B. whom C. who D. how 42. A. before B. after C. while D. as 43. A. street B. path C. way D. road 44. A. came B. answered C. opened D. appeared 45. A. asking B. looking C. calling D. waiting 46. A. Gas B. Coffee C. Tea D. Lunch 47. A. consider B. understand C. accept D. think 48. A. like B. love C. used to like D. liking 49. A. answered B. explained C. refused D. promised 50. A. gas B. tea C. strength D. energy 51. A. calling B. call C. to call D. called 52. A. until B. before C. since D. when 53. A. could B. can C. would D. wanted 54. A. accident B. incident C. experience D. surprise 55. A. hit B. injury C. hurt D. frighten

A boy student was admitted to a university after 36__ all his school examinations. There he put his name down for world geography, 37_ after the first day, he did not go to 38_ any more. The teacher noticed that this student was 39_ absent (缺课) and thought that he had changed to 40 class. He was very 41_ when he saw the boy's name on the list(名单) of students 42_ wanted to take the geography examination 43_ the end of the year. The teacher had prepared a difficult examination paper, which covered 44 he had taught, and he was eager(急切) to see 45 this student answered the questions. He expected that his answer would be very 46_ ; but when he examined his paper carefully, he found only one small mistake in them. 47_ this surprised him very much, he went through the paper 48_ , but was still not able to find 49 one mistake, so he sent 50 the student to question him about his work.. When the student had 51 the room, the teacher said to him, “I know that you came to my class only once on the first day and that you have been absent from all the others. Yet I have found only one small mistake in your paper. 52_ is that?” “Oh, I'm sorry about that mistake, sir, ”answered the student. “After the examination, I realized 53 I ought to have written. I would not have made that mistake 54 I had not been

confused(弄糊涂) by your 55_ lecture.” ( )36. A. having B. taking C. passing D. failing ( )37. A. so B. but C. however D. and ( )38. A. it B. lesson C. college D. class ( )39. A. always B. once C. never D. sometimes ( )40. A. another B. the other C. other D. others ( )41. A. angry B. happy C. sorry D. surprised ( )42. A. that he B. he C. who D. whom ( )43. A. in B. at C. after D. by ( )44. A. everything B. something C. anything D. nothing ( )45. A. what B. when C. how D. why ( )46. A. good B. full C. nice D. bad ( )47. A. For B. As C. So D. Though ( )48. A. two rimes B. twice C. once D. again once ( )49. A. more than B. another C. the other D .second ( )50. A. with B. to C. x D. for ( )51. A. reached to B. arrived to C. arrived into D. come into ( )52. A. Why B. What C. How D. Which ( )53. A. where B. why C. what D. when ( )54. A. unless B .if C. because D. as ( )55. A. first B. last C. latest D. certain

Dear Seth, You are only three years old, and at this point in your life you are not able to understand this letter. But some day when you___36___, I hope you will find something __37__in what I am going to share with you. Life can be __38__ . There will be people in your life who won’t be very nice. They’ll __39___ you because you are different, 40 for no good reason . You will also face heartbreak and might be __41__ by those you love. I hope you don’t have to face these too much , but such things __42__. Be open to life anyway. You’ll find cruelty(残忍) and 43 in your journey through life , but don’ let that__44__ you from finding new things . Don’ retreat (退却) t t from life , and don’ t __45__ or wall yourself off . Be open to new things , new experiences ,and new people . You will __46__ many times ,but if you allow that to stop you from trying , you will __47_ many chances . Do remember failure is a stepping stone to __48__. You will meet many people who will try to do __49__ than you , in school, in college, and at work. They’ll try to have nicer cars, bigger houses, nicer clothes, and so on. . To __50_ , life is a competition .However, I believe life is a __51_. If you always try your best to __52__ others, you are wasting your life . Learn to enjoy your life__53_ and you will make it a journey of __54__ ,of learning and of love. Finally , know that I love you and always will. You are _55__ a really wonderful journey , and I will always be there for you. Love

Dad 36. A. grow up 37. A. familiar 38. A. unkind 39. A. look at 40. A. if 41. A. hurt 42. A. matter 43. A. luck 44. A. protect 45. A. forgive 46. A. leave 47. A. enjoy 48. A. success 49. A. earlier 50. A. you 51. A. challenge 52. A. change 53. A. somewhere 54. A. cruelty 55. A. starting B. show up B. valuable B. peaceful B. run after B. but B. found B. work B. pain B. encourage B. struggle B. prepare B. try B. life B. better B. me B. drama B. pardon B. instead B. danger B. destroying C. cheer up C. normal C. equal C. laugh at C. so C. accepted C. disappear C. difference C. stop C. compete C. escape C. miss C. action C. less C. him C. journey C. follow C. afterwards C. happiness C. finishing D. give up D. interesting D. simple D. look after D. or D. impressed D. happen D. hope D. choose D. hide D. fail D. meet D. sorrow D. faster D. them D. dream D. beat D. though D. quietness D. replacing

When we are unfamiliar with something, we may feel nervous and fearful. The help of others is a good 36 to help us pull through. I write for a big newspaper, and I wanted to 37 a story about parachute jumping(跳 伞). To make it a realistic as well as exciting 38 , I decided that I had to make a jump myself 39 . Unluckily, I’m not good at any 40 , let alone(更不用说)parachute jumping. My friend Mr. Smith was willing to give me a 41 . He took me to a ground school. The first day’s 42 included several hours of instruction but not my first drop from a(n) 43 . For this, I had to wait until the following 44 . The next morning, I was taken to the airfield. 45 , a heavy parachute was put on my back. Then I was 46 to make my way to a small plane which had just stopped slowly on the runway. Once on board, the plane was soon 47 . I began to feel nervous. As we reached one thousand meters, Harry, my teacher, hooked(钩)a 48 from my parachute to a steel ring inside the plane. The line was to pull my parachute 49 after I jumped. “Get 50 , Henry,” Harry said. I moved carefully to the door. I wanted to 51 , “NO, no, no!” But no word came. “Jump!” Harry called 52 . “Jump!” Away from the plane, and down, down I fell, arms stretched. It worked All at once I was very happy. Then I felt a quick 53 . My big parachute had opened! It was the best 54 I ever had. I looked down. There were rivers, trees, fields and houses. I heard the soft sound of the air. This was 55 .

36. A. way B. chance C. idea D. value 37. A. tell B. write C. read D. copy 38. A. film B. poem C. story D. program 39. A. secretly B. instead C. finally D. first 40. A. sport B. driving C. lesson D. drawing 41. A. try B. hand C. gift D. suggestion 42. A. jumping B. journey C. training D. entertainment 43. A. tree B. tower C. building D. airplane 44. A. week B. month C. evening D. morning 45. A. Besides B. Once C. There D. However 46. A. asked B. invited C. forced D. taught 47. A. slowing B. climbing C. landing D. filling 48. A. belt B. steel C. line D. seat 49. A. light B. broken C. fixed D. open 50. A. ready B. up C. on D. away 51. A. cry B. rest C. laugh D. lie 52. A. softly B. loudly C. nervously D. excitedly 53. A. comfort B. wind C. pull D. push 54. A. failure B. experience C. competition D. danger 55. A. tiring B. shocking C. true D. fun

Making friends is a skill.Like most skills, it 36 patience(耐心).If you want to meet people and make friends, you must be willing to 37 some action.You must first go where there are people.You won’t make friends staying home 38 . Joining a club or group, talking to those who like the same things 39 you do is much easier.Or join someone 40 some activity. Many people are 41 when talking to new people. 42 meeting strangers means seeing the unknown.And it’s human nature to feel a bit 43 about the unknown.Most of fears about 44 new people come from doubts (怀疑) about 45 . imagine other people are 46 us We ——finding us too tall or too short, too this or too that.But don’ forget that they must be feeling t the same way. to accept yourself 47 Try you are, and try to put the other at ease. You’ both ll feel more comfortable. Try to act self-confident(自信) 48 you don’t feel that way when you 49 a room full of strangers.Walk tall and straight, look at other people directly and __50_. If you see someone you’ like to 51 , say something. d Don’ wait for 52 person to start t a talk. Just meeting someone 53 does not mean that you’ make friends with that person. 54 is ll based on mutual(相互的) likings and “give and take” takes time to __55__ friendship. .It 36. A. costs B. needs C. spends D. wants 37. A. take B. make C. do D. carry 38. A. lonely B. yourself C. alone D. with you 39. A. as B. that C. which D. what 40. A. with B. in C. on D. to

41. A. shy B. excited C. afraid D. worried 42. A. At all B. For all C. In all D. After all 43. A. unhappy B. usual C. upset D. unlucky 44. A. meeting B. talking C. visiting D. speaking 45. A. your self B. himself C. yourselves D. ourselves 46. A. talking B. saying C. judging D. laughing 47. A. like B. as C. what D. that 48. A. even when B. even if C. as if D. what if 49. A. come B. go C. enter D. step to 50. A. laugh B. smile C. cry D. jump 51. A. speak to B. talk about C. say to D. call up 52. A. other B. the other C. another D. others 53. A. old B. young C. new D. little 54. A. Relation B. Friendship C. Connection D. Feeling 55. A. develop B. start C. keep D. change

I was eight years old then. Looking __36__ I remember the time in a baseball field passing the team that we had just __37__ . We shook their hands and said, "Good game!" It is __38__ to do that when you win! When you lose, you have a tendency(倾向) to slap (拍) the hand — instead of shaking it — and __39__ the ground instead of the eyes. This is not only true for an eight-year-old; it is true for adults, too. A few years ago, in a softball league, we lost 15 games! And we thought it was __40__ . But during the " Good game" handshake after each __41__, I looked each player in the eyes and shook their hands. I couldn't look my opponents (对手) in the eyes and congratulate them on a good __42__ when I was eight. Somehow I took the loss as a __43__ on my self-worth and felt my self-confidence had been slapped; __44_- I did what most eight-year-olds do and I slapped the opponents' hands, not giving them the satisfaction of a shake. I was wrong to do this. I'm happy today as a(n) __45__ that I have learned this __46__ : There is something to be said for losing well. __47__ it is a baseball game or an important examination, yo u can __48__ a lot about a person by now they deal with defeat. The person who deals with defeat as an __49__ blow is not allowing the event to define (定义) him, while someone who cannot __50__ defeat is allowing the event to __51__ his self-worth. In my opinion, when you __52__ in something— though it may be __53__ — look at your opponents in the eyes, and shake their hands in a __54__ way as you say, "Good game!" __55__ to allow the event to define your life. You might find yourself winning the next game. 36. A. about B. before C. back D. round 37. A. taught B. met C. caught D. defeated 38. A. easy B. difficult C. proper D. bad 39. A. look at B. shout at C. knock at D. laugh at 40. A. unbelievable B. embarrassing C. reasonable D. challenging 41.A. disappointing B. sadness C. loss D. failure 42. A. day B. time C. team D. game

43. A. hit B. limit C. test D. cost 44. A. otherwise B. therefore C. besides D. finally 45. adult B. child C. player D. parent 46. course B. rule C. lesson D. opinion 47. As B. Although C. Once D. Whether 48. A. argue B. get C. tell D. disagree 49. A. unacceptable B. unfortunate C. unnecessary D. unimportant 50. A. carry out B. care about C. take up D. deal with 51. A. affect B. disturb C. order D. remark 52. A. begin B. lose C. end D. stop 53. A. hard B. certain C. impossible D. funny 54. A. cold B. friendly C. immediate D. slow 55. Refuse B. Try C. Fear D. Prepare

To be a good teacher, you need some of the gifts of a good actor: you must be able to 41 the attention and interest of your students, you must be a 42 speaker, with a good, strong pleasing voice which is fully under your control; and you must be able to 43 what you are teaching, in order to make its meaning clear. Watch a good teacher, and you will see that he does not sit still 44 his class: he stands the whole time he is teaching; he walks about, using his 45 , hands and fingers to help him in his explanation, and his face to express feelings. Listen to him, and you will 46 the loudness, the quality and the musical note of his voice always 47 according to what he is 48 about. The fact that a good teacher has some of the gifts of a good actor doesn’t 49 that he will indeed be able to act 50 on the stage, for there are very important 51 between the teacher’s work and the actor’s. The 52 has to speak words which he has learnt by heart; he has to repeat exactly the 53 words each time he plays a certain part, 54 his movements and the ways in which he uses his voice are usually 55 beforehand. What he has to do is to make all th ese carefully learnt words and actions seem natural on the stage. A good teacher 56 n quite a different way. His students take an active part in his 57 : they ask and answer questions, they obey orders, and if they don’t 58 something, they say so. The teacher therefore has to suit his act to the needs of his students, which is in his class. He can’t learn his part by heart, but must 59 it as he goes along. I have known many teachers who were fine 60 in class but unable to take part in a stage-play because their brains wouldn’t keep discipline: they could not keep strictly to what another had written. 41. A. play B. hold C. give D. know 42. A. clear B. slow C. quick D. loud 43. A. act B. talk C. say D. report 44. A. for B. before C. behind D. with 45. A. tongues B. words C. legs D. arms 46. A. hear B. see C. think D. guess 47. A. making B. changing C. expressing D. giving 48. A. talking B. thinking C. hearing D. saying

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B. express C. show D. mean B. badly C. well D. actively B. differences C. points D.similarities B. teacher C.audience D. student B. same C. above D. following B. never C. ever D. even B. known C. fixed D. written B. works C.teaches D. thinks B. party C. play D. class B. place C. obey D. hear B. discover C. teach D. continue B. watchers C. actors D. listeners

Water costs money. In some places water is hard 31 . What 32 when a town has these problems? A small town in California found a happy 33 . Very 34 rain ever fell there. The town had no water 35 . The water it used was 36 from a river 300 miles away. As more people 37 live in the town, 38 water was needed. Now water 39 to be brought in from 600 miles away. All these cost 40 money. The town 41 a plan. It found 42 to clean its “dirty” water. Once the cleaned water was reused 43 many ways. Five 44 lakes were built. Here people could swim and fish and go 45 . They 46 have picnics in their new parks. Farmers had more water 47 their crops. New factories can be built, now that they have the promise of 48 . In most places, water is used and thrown 49 . The town that saved 50 water has saved the town! ( ) 31 A. supplying B. getting C. to get D. to supply ( ) 32 A. happens B. happening C. is happened D. happened ( ) 33 A. key B. answer C. answering D. way ( ) 34 A. little B. a little C. few D. a few ( ) 35 A. of it self B. of its own C. for its own D. for itself ( ) 36 A. fetch B. take C. brought in D. guided ( ) 37 A. come to B. came to C. coming to D. came for ( ) 38 A. many B. plenty of C. more D. many more ( ) 39 A. has B. had C. must D. needed ( ) 40 A. many B. a few C. a great many D. a lot of ( ) 41 A. put B. made C. supply D. noticed ( ) 42 A. a way B. ways C. an answer D. a key ( ) 43 A. for B. by C. at D. in ( ) 44 A. man-making B. man-make C. man-made D. manmade ( ) 45 A. boating B. to boat C. to boating D. on boating ( ) 46 A. must B. could C. needed D. had to ( ) 47 A. as B. with C. for D. to ( ) 48 A. water enough B. enough water C. crops enough D. enough crops ( ) 49 A. off B. of C. away D. out of


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Many years ago, Dad worked as a farmhand (农场工人) At that time, he had a horse. Every . Saturday he 21 to the town after dinner and spent a few hours on social 22 with other farmhands, such as drinking, chatting, and playing cards in the café On . Saturday evenings, the caféwas 23 because many farmhands were there. Before midnight Dad returned home on his horse, quite satisfied with his 24 . In his words, he 25 thought of changing his job. At the age of 31, Dad married my mother who was a school teacher. In the following spring I came 26 into the world. Life became hard, so my mother felt 27 . She told Dad that they must make a 28 . My mother had 29 of how some famous persons, especially Thomas Edison who was born in a poor family, fought against fate and achieved greatness and 30 . And she 31 that I would some day become a great leader 32 men or cities and Dad should be a successful businessman. So she 33 Dad to give up his job as a farmhand, sell his horse and 34 a small business of his own. And I went to high school and college. She even sent me abroad for 35 education when I graduated from college. Under the drive of my mother’s hope, Dad and I 36 what we have today. Dad runs a big international 37 and I am a successful lawyer 38 great fame in my country, 39 not a leader as my mother expected. Dad said, without my mother, we wouldn’t be what we are today; at least, he would remain a farmhand. 40 he got a lesson of life —sometimes we really need drive from outside. 21.A.rode B.walked C.ran D.drove 22.A.conversations B.games C.relationships D.activities 23.A.cold B.crowded C.quiet D.dirty 24.A.horse B.entertainment C.life D.beer 25.A.often B.ever C.never D.sometimes 26.A.laughing B.singing C.sleeping D.crying 27.A.unimportant B.busy C.unsatisfied D.tired 28.A.living B.change C.decision D.house 29.A. dreamed B.heard C.thought D.spoken 30.A.honesty B.money C.fame D.energy 31.A.cared B.knew C.forgot D.hoped 32.A.training B.ruling C.helping D.protecting 33.A.warned B.wanted C.allowed D.persuaded 34.A.start B.find C.design D.sell 35.A.farther B.higher C.easier D.closer 36.A.showed B.kept C.lost D.achieved 37.A.company B.school C.farm D.cafe 38.A.suffering B.sharing C.enjoying D.following 39.A.though B.if C.and D.since 40.A.So B.However C.Or D.Because


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