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One evening I was resting in a cafe. I 36 a pair of newly bought white leather shoes, which were rather expensive. Then a boy came to me. He was in a(n) 37 shirt, lo

oking pale and about eleven. No sooner had I begun to speak than he opened the 38 i n his hand and took out the tools of shoe-polishing. He 39 down, took off my leather shoes, and began to shine them. He was busy doing his work 40 heavy rain began to pour down. People rushed to the café for 41 from the rain. More and more people crowded 42 and gradually separated the boy from me. Hours passed, and it turned 43 . I had no shoes on my feet and 44 where the boy had been. I thought he would not 45 my shoes, and I would have to go home on my bare feet. When it was near midnight the 46 ended, and there were fewer and fewer people in the café The caféwas to be 47 . I had to move to the door, head 48 . just as I went to the gate, I . 49 found that a boy of about eleven, looking very familiar, was sleeping at the 50 with his head leaning against a box and his upper body being 51 . he held a package made of his shirt tightly in his arms. I shook him slightly and woke him up. He 52 up and rubbed his eyes for a while before he recognized me. Then he opened the package 53 , gave me my leather shoes, and apologized to me shyly. I 54 him and wrapped him with his unfit shirt, which had wrapped my leather shoes. On my way home, the 55 of the boy stayed in my mind. 36. A. took B. wore C. mended D. owned 37. A. old B. unfit C. small D. dirty 38. A. bag B. package C. box D. suitcase 39. A. seated B. bent C. put D. looked 40. A. when B. after C. because D. since 41. A. protection B. rest C. hide D. preparation 42. A. out B. away C. in D. off 43. A. dark B. light C. dim D. bright 44. A. thought B. wondered C. guessed D. imagined 45. A. shine B. keep C. return D. carry 46. A. rain B. coffee C. time D. work 47. A. opened B. locked C. stopped D. closed 48. A. lowered B. dropped C. raised D. held 49. A. shortly B. surprisedly C. sadly D. immediately 50. A. table B. door C. bed D. cafe 51. A. wet B. bare C. pale D. cold 52. A. stayed B. sa C. jumped D. got 53. A. finally B. suddenly C. unfriendly D. hurriedly 54. A. recognized B. forgave C. paid D. inspired 55. A. feature B. shirt C. image D. form

I could have easily gone through life without getting to know one of the most romantic feelings---love for a dog.. For at least ten years my 36 had been suggesting that we get a dog. There were several reasons why the idea 37 . We had noticed that, on our block, couples with no children as a rule 38 one large or two small dogs. So we got one puppy 39 we too had no children. He flew into the house with the 40 of a Formula 1 (一级方程式赛车). In several minutes he

ran over all the house, 41 from my shoulder onto the bed, and ended up in the 42 , where my wife washed him with motherly 43 . From that day on, the invisible(看不见的) _44 for the love of the new member of our household began at my home. He seemed to 45 that at once. Most of the meals that my wife had 46 for him with greater care than those for me---he didn’t 47 look at. Every evening I went out walking with him. I could not know who was walking whom 48_ one evening, when, tired from work, I 49 the walk. The dog was very angry and dragged me out. Last night our dog pulled me by the ear with his teeth, 50 me up in my dream, and dragged me into the kitchen to make me turn off the 51 which had disturbed (干扰) his sleep. I meekly (乖乖地) 52 that I had forgotten to switch off the light, but that was not 53 . He looked at me like a teacher at a pupil who repeatedly makes 54 . Now we finally know who’s the 55 at home, and for twenty years we had seriously argued whether it was my wife or I. 36. A. wife B. son C. husband D. daughter 37. A. came up with B. came out C. came up D. came on 38. A. kept B. rose C. carried D. invited 39. A. if B. unless C. since D. before 40. A. speed B. shape C. cost D. race 41. A. climbed B. jumped C. covered D. stopped 42. A. yard B. street C. bathroom D. kitchen 43. A. worry B. care C. identity D. power 44. A. signal B. work C. war D. truth 45. A. doubt B. understand C. wonder D. dislike 46. A. reached B. searched C. looked D. prepared 47. A. even B. still C. ever D. yet 48. A. while B. because C. until D. as 49. A. gave in B. gave up C. gave away D. gave out 50. A. broke B. woke C. picked D. packed 51. A. water B. heater C. cooker D. light 52. A. hoped B. considered C. admitted D. decided 53. A. enough B. good C. bad D. true 54. A. plans B. mistakes C. decisions D. faces 55. A. boss B. member C. adult D. child

Professor Green, known to the world as a scientist, is not only absent-minded but short-sighted as well. His mind is always busy 41 scientific problems and seldom notices what is going on 42 him. One fine day recently, he went 43 a walk in the countryside, but as 44 he has a book in his hand. When he went out , he began to read his book . He hadn’t gone far 45 he run into a big cow and fell down. In the fall, he had lost his glasses, without which he couldn’t see anything. He thought he had hit his head 46 a fat lady. “I’m sorry, Madam.” He said politely 47 searching for his glasses. As soon as he had 48 , he realized his mistake. Soon he was fixing his mind on his book 49 and paid no attention to anything else. He had scarcely been walking for five minutes when he fell over again, _50 both his book and his glasses. This time he got very angry, seizing his umbrella, he gave the “cow” a wild blow. Then, after finding his glasses, he realized with horror that he made a second mistake. A large fat woman was fleeing from him in a horror. 41. A. to think B. thinking C. thinking about D. to think of

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B. around C. for D. at B. to C. towards D. over B. often C. ever D. usual B. while C. just then D. at that time B. against C. about D. onto B. in C. before D. during B. taken them off C. put them on D. taken them out B. again C. usually D. very much B. getting C. finding D. losing

Are you a man or a mouse? When people ask this question they want to know 21 you think you are a 22 person or a coward (懦 夫). But you will never really know the answer to this question 23 you are tested in real life. Some people 24 they are brave but when they come face to face with real 25 , they act like cowards. Others think of themselves as cowards, but when they meet danger, they act like 26 . Lenny had alwa ys thought of himself as a 27 person. He got worried before examinations. He worried about his job and health. All he wanted in life was to be safe and healthy. 28 , on January 15th, 2002, a plane crashed into the Potomac River in Washington. Lenny went to the river to see what was happening. He saw a woman in the 29 water. Lenny did not feel afraid. He kept very 30 and did a very dangerous thing. He jumped into the Potomac, 31 to the woman, and kept her head 32 the water. Seventy-eight people died that day. Thanks to Lenny, it was not 33 . When you are in a very 34 situation and feel afraid, the body automatically produces a chemical in the blood. The chemical is called adrenalin. 35 adrenalin in the blood system, you actually feel stronger and stronger and are 36 to fight or run away. However, when you are absolutely terrified, the body can produce too much adrenalin. When this 37 , the muscles become very hard and you find you 38 at all. You are then paralyzed (使无能为力) with fear. This is 39 when we are very frightened, we sometimes say we’re “petrified”. This word comes from the Greek word “petros”, which means “stone”. We are 40 frightened that we become stonelike. 21. A. how B. neither C. whether D. either 22. A. brave B. real C. hard D. certain 23. A. when B. until C. after D. once 24. A. realize B. find C. think D. agree 25. A. life B. question C. mouse D. danger 26. A. soldiers B. mice C. heroes D. cowards 27. A. useful B. brave C. nervous D. terrible 28. A. So B. Therefore C. Then D. Actually 29. A. fresh B. poisonous C. warm D. ice-cold 30. A. nervous B. calm C. frightened D. excited 31. A. went B. helped C. spoke D. swam 32. A. in B. under C. above D. from 33. A. an accident B. a mistake C. seventy-eight D. seventy-nine 34. A. dangerous B. comfortable C. different D. favorable 35. A. With B. Without C. For D. Like 36. A. afraid B. unable C. ready D. anxious 37. A. gets B. disappears C. happens D. goes 38. A. needn’t B. can’t C. mustn’t D. shouldn’t 39. A. where B. how C. because D. why

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A young British woman had shortly arrived in Hong Kong and had not yet 36 anything about the Chinese 37 . One day she went to the home of a Chinese friend and was 38 iven a cup of Chinese tea. She was not 39 and she also found this type of tea rather 40 . However, since she had been given the tea , she felt she should drink it. Hoping to finish it 41 so that she would not feel about having to drink this tea which she did not 42 , she started to drink as much of it as she could. But as soon as her cup became half - full, the host 43 giving her more. Several times she told the host that she had had 44 , but it seemed to have no 45 . Her cup kept being 46 , and she kept on drinking. During the time of her 47 , she drank about twelve cups of tea. Later she found out that she should have just 48 the tea, and that this would have meant that she had had enough. Influenced by her 49 culture, she felt it too 50 to leave the tea and could not understand why the host took no notice of her protests(抗议) that she had had enough! 36. A. got B. learned C. taught D. remembered 37. A. culture B. language C. food D. habit 38. A. hardly B. certainly C. carefully D. immediately 39. A. tired B. happy C. thirsty D. interested 40. A. bitter B. sweet C. nice D. cold 41. A. in time B. slowly C. gradually D. quickly 42. A. take B. have C. like D. buy 43. A. practised B. insisted on C. stopped D. tried 44. A. some B. enough C. all D. a little 45. A. value B. end C. effect D. importance 46. A. filled B. moved C. changed D. emptied 47. A. talk B. visit C. party D. investigation 48. A. left B. drunk C. absorbed D. filled 49. A. modern B. ancient C. Western D. Eastern 50. A. impolite B. polite C. easy D. uneasy

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

Sudha Chandran, a classical dancer from India, had to have her right leg cut after a car accident. She was also 16 on her career(事业) road. Though the accident brought her bright career to a 17_ , she didn’t give up. In the __18__ months that followed, Sudha met a doctor who de veloped an artificial (人造的) 19 made from rubber filled with sponge (海绵). So 20 she wanted to go back to 21 after she had been fitted with an artificial leg. Sudha knew that she believed in 22 and could realize her dream, 23 she began her courageous journey back to the world of dancing — 24__ to balance, bend, stretch, walk, turn, twist and twirl. After every public recital (个人表演), she 25 _ ask her dad about her performance. “You 26 have a long way to go” was the answer she used to get __27_ . In January 1984, Sudha made a historic 28 by giving a public recital in Bombay. She performed in such a great manner that it 29 everyone to tears and this _ 30 pushed her to the number one position again. That evening when she asked her dad the 31 question, he didn’t say anything. He just touched her feet as a praise. Sudha’s comeback was 32 moving that a film producer 33 to make the story into a hit film. When someo ne asked Sudha how she had 34 to dance again, she said quite simply, “YOU DON’T NEED FEET TO DANCE.” 35 is impossible in this world. If you have the will to win, you can achieve anything. 16. A. taken off B. cut off C. kicked off D. put off 17. A. top B. height C. point D. stop 18. A. unforgettable B. painful C. busy D. free 19. A. flower B. leg C. gift D. box 20. A. strangely B. gradually C. heavily D. strongly 21. A. home B. school C. dancing D. walking 22. A. the doctor B. the stage C. herself D. her dad 23. A. however B. even C. since D. so

24. A. starting B. remembering C. wanting D. learning 25. A. could B. would C. should D. might 26. A. yet B. ever C. also D. still 27. A. in return B. in turn C. in surprise D. in anger 28. A. change B. movement C. comeback D. promise 29. A. made B. moved C. let D. forced 30. A. story B. performance C. decision D. accident 31. A. usual B. new C. normal D. interesting 32. A. such B. this C. very D. so 33. A. allowed B. pretended C. refused D. decided 34. A. tried B. managed C. thought D. imagined 35. A. Nothing B. Anything C. Something D. Everything

A friend of mine met with an accident driving in darkness. His legs were so hurt that he couldn’ t move. What was the __36__ was that he found himself unable to ask for help---his mobile phone went out of __37__ as a result of exhausted battery. Nothing could be done but to _38__ in cold wilderness. It was eight hours later that day broke, and then _39_ of the rescue. It is almost __40__ that he could stand the horror in the darkness for so long. Even more surprising was his __41__: “First of all, I checked up my __42__, checked up my conditions and found myself not in mortal danger. As there was no __43__ to call for help, I leaned back in my seat trying my best to keep the wound from __44__. In this way I dozed off.” His story put an end to my regret for the __45__ of an exploration adventure that happened last year. A group of young men __46___ to explore a mountain cave and got lost. __47__to find a way out in the dark cave they were frightened and ran anxiously without a sense of __48__. Finally they feel dead in fear and exhaustion. According to the __49__ people that found them, the place where they got lost was only about 10 meters away from the __50__ of the cave. If they stayed on the spot when they lost their way and tried to __51__ themselves, they would probably sense a faint light glimmering not far away. Don’t you think you can compare it with __52__ itself? When you meet with difficulty in life and work, you are lost in darkness. __53__ you it’s unclear yet and you needn’t put up struggle __54__. It seems to be a negative(消极) attitude, __55__ a person who can afford to do so must have foresight(远见) as well as a great courage in the first place. 36. A. hopeless B. worst C. more D. best 37. A. service B. way C. control D. work 38. A. cry B. lie C. wait D. sleep 39. A. delay B. success C. team D. arrival 40. A. untrue B. unimaginable C. true D. useless 41. A. plan B. decision C. explanation D. excuse 42. A. physical B. mental C. working D. medical 43. A. energy B. way C. tools D. strength 44. A. rotting B. spreading C. hurting D. bleeding 45. A. loss B. failure C. disappointment D. sadness 46. A. had B. managed C. tried D. meant 47. A. Willing B. Unable C. Determined D. Deciding 48. A. hearing B. sight C. feeling D. direction 49. A. rescue B. village C. local D. brave 50. A. end B. top C. opening D. side 51. A. save B. help C. stop D. calm

52. A. adventure B. work C. life D. mankind 53. A. Mind B. Watch C. Imagine D. Warn 54. A. really B. immediately C. carefully D. hopefully 55. A. and B. so C. but D. while

When I was little, my family used to move frequently. Before I could even get acquainted (熟 悉的)with my schoolmates, my family was on the move again. I became very 36 because of this. But a girl with dark skin and long shiny hair changed me. Her best characteristics(特点) 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 gradually became a 38 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 achieve more than I do, so 41 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 carefully 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 believe that distance and time can’t 47 you from a friend. If you care enough about each other, friendship never fades. 36. A. silent B. disappointed C. outspoken D. crazy 37. A. faithfulness B. cheerfulness C. quietness D. kindness 38. A. happy B. lucky C. helpful D. successful 39. A. scared B. strange C. ashamed D. homesick 40. A. leave B. miss C. lose D. desert 41. A. look forward B. hold on C. get down D. go back 42. A. burden B. example C. encouragement D. wonder 43. A. difference B. distance C. misunderstanding D. conflict 44. A. visited B. messaged C. telephoned D. wrote 45. A. turn B. develop C. survive D. advance 46. A. cheerful B. relaxed C. calm D. pale 47. A. protect B. prevent C. free D. separate

I live in a big city with a lot of homeless people. Luckily there’re small ways of helping them and you needn’t have a lot of 36 . One way to help is to buy their monthly magazine. 37 doing this one day, I got to 38 a young homeless man, He was often 39 the magazine at the train station. He was a poor farmer from another country. After a while, I discovered that his 40 was close to mine. It 41___ that we were born in the same month.

I met him last year 42 after his birthday, and after congratulating(祝贺) him, without 43 , I asked if he had had a good day. He 44 and said that he hadn’t really celebrated. I felt so 45 . I just couldn’t bear the thought of (不敢想)this nice, young man being 46 on his 25th birthday with no presents, no cake, nothing! So I went home and looked in my yarn (纱线) basket. 47 for me, I had enough yarn 48 . I set to work and knitted (编织) a 49 for the young man. The yarn had become a little dirty 50 I didn’t knit very often. Then I washed the yarn so the scarf would be 51 when he got it. I met him on my own birthday as I was going shopping. I had 52 to meet him so I had 53 the scarf and a piece of my own birthday 54 around with me. He was very happy with these gifts and so was I. The 55 in his eyes was the best present he could have given me! 36. A. work B. energy C. money D. experience 37. A. In B. On C. Besides D. By 38. A. realize B. ignore C. know D. recognize 39. A. selling B. reading C. covering D. buying 40. A. birthday B. house C. height D. hobby 41. A. said B. found C. guessed D. meant 42. A. long B. shortly C. ever D. even 43. A. stopping B. helping C. praising D. thinking 44. A. looked up B. turned up C. looked down D. got down 45. A. foolish B. excited C. clever D. worried 46. A. calm B. happy C. alone D. hungry 47. A. Suddenly B. Luckily C. Badly D. However 48. A. used B. done C. left D. produced 49. A. scarf B. cap C. sock D. glove 50. A. when B. because C. so D. and 51. A. different B. dry C. wet D. clean 52. A. liked B. hoped C. promised D. agreed 53. A. made B. thrown C. received D. carried 54. A. cake B. present C. song D. party 55. A. light B. pain C. sight D. tear

Mr.Jones had always wanted to make a trip into the middle of Africa to shoot wild animals. 16 first he had no enough money, and then he was married.His wife had not wanted him to 17 her.At last his wife 18 to the trip if he allowed her to go, too. “But it will be very uncomfortable,” Mr. Jones 19 her,“ It will be very hot and we shall live in a tent, and it 20 be dangerous. I don’ care,”said his wife,“I want to go with you. ” “ t ” So they bought a big tent, camp beds, a refrigerator 电冰箱) ( which did not need 21 and many other things which would make the trip comfortable, and went off to the 22 of Africa. The first morning, 23 Mr.Jones took his gun and left the tent, he 24 his wife a bell and explained to her , “If you fall in 25 and you need me , 26 this bell and I’ll come at once. ” After a few minutes, he heard the bell and returned 27 to the tent. “What’s the matter?” he asked. “ 28 ” said his wife, “I was only 29 the bell. Mr. ” Jones went off, but after a quarter of an hour, the bell rang 30 . Mr. Jones hurried back to the tent, but his wife said, “I’ m 31 . was cleaning our tent, and I I knocked the bell over by mistake. Mr.Jones returned to his ” 32 , but soon he heard the 33 once more.This time, when he got back to his 34 , the tent was burning and Mrs.Jones was lying on the ground, with 35 running from a big cut on her shoulder. “That’s better!” said Mrs.Jones. “This time the bell had been used correctly!”

16.A.And B.But C.For D.So 17.A.leave B.miss C.marry D.care 18.A.allowed B.permitted C.satisfied D.agreed 19.A.told B.advised C.persuaded D.warned 20.A.may B.ought C.can’t D.shall 21.A.money B.electricity C.force D.power 22.A.south B.middle C.east D.west 23.A.while B.until C.before D.after 24.A.gave B.sent C.lent D.bought 25.A.hurry B.surprise C.safety D.danger 26.A.hit B.knock C.beat D.ring 27.A.again B.back C.quickly D.home 28.A.Something B.Nothing C.No D.None 29.A.ringing B.trying C.using D.testing 30.A.again B.once C.across D.away 31.A.happy B.sorry C.tired D.all right 32.A.wife B.tent C.trip D.hunting 33.A.cry B.shot C.bell D.shout 34.A.garden B.house C.camp D.office 35.A.water B.tears C.blood D.sweat

When Dave was eighteen, he bought a secondhand car for 200 so that he could travel to and from work more 21 than by bus.It worked quite well for a few years, but then it got so old, and it was costing him 22 much in repairs that he decided that he had better 23 it. He asked among his friends to see if anyone was particularly 24 to buy a cheap car, but they all knew that it was falling to pieces, so 25 of them had any desire to buy it.Dave's friend Sam saw that he was 26 when they met one evening, and said, “What's 27 , Dave?” Dave told him, and Sam answered, “Well, what about advertising it in the paper? You may 28 more for it that way than the cost of the advertisement!” Thinking that Sam's___29___was sensible(合理的),he put an advertisement in an evening paper, which read “For sale: small car, 30 very little petrol, only two owners.Bargain(要价)at 50. ”For two days after the advertisement first appeared, there was no ___31___.But then on Saturday evening he had an enquiry (询问) man rang up and said he would like to___32___ him about the car. .A “All right,” Dave said, feeling happy.He asked the man whether ten o'clock the next morning would be___33___or not. “Fine,” the man said, “and I'll ___34____my wife. intend to go for a ride We in it to 35 it. ” The next morning, at a quarter to ten, Dave parked the car in the square outside his front door, ____36___ to wait there for the people who had____37____ his advertisement.Even Dave had to ___38___that the car really looked like a wreck(残骸) .Then, soon after he had got the car as clean___39___ it could be, a police car stopped just behind him and a policeman got out. looked He at Dave's car and then said, “Have you reported this ____40___ to us yet, sir?”? 21.A.directly B.safely C.properly D.easily 22.A.so B.such C.very D.too 23.A.keep B.repair C.sell D.throw 24.A.anxious B.lucky C.ashamed D.generous 25.A.some B.neither C.none D.most 26.A.delighted B.upset C.calm D.astonished 27.A.on B.up C.it D.that

28.A.learn B.miss C.get D.find 29.A.message B.advice C.request D.description 30.A.uses B.loses C.has D.spends 31.A.doubt B.help C.trouble D.answer 32.A.tell B.see C.agree D.call 33.A.exact B.suitable C.early D.late 34.A.follow B.meet C.bring D.introduce 35.A.recognize B.gain C.admire D.test 36.A.happening B.meaning C.turning D.failing 37.A.read B.inserted C.answered D.placed 38.A.forget B.show C.disagree D.admit 39.A.as B.that C.so D.such 40.A.bargain B.sale C.accident D.result

The eyes are one of the most expressive instruments of body language. Keith,sev enteen,from Montclair New Jersey, learned the hard way about one 21 the eyes can make“I had a teacher . who graded heavily on classroom discussion,” Keith says. “He seemed to have a strong ability to know just when I didn’t have the 22 . I couldn’t figure out how he could be so ___23 . Then it dawned on (为??所明白) me. 24 I didn’ know the answer, would avoid looking t I at him. When I did know what to say,I always glanced(扫视)straight back at him. From that moment on, I 25 myself to look at him in the eye, 26 I knew the work or not. That trick has saved me a lot of trouble.” Many people, including some policemen, believe eye contact is a good 27 of honesty. If someone c an’t look at you directly in the eye,then he or she is not playing 28 , they insist. After many experiments, 29 , a number of experts have found out that good liars can make false eye contact. Eye contact,though not a(n) 30 sign of honesty,is a clear way to show interest in another person. When a person looks at you and 31 to do so, know his 32 you is placed on you. When he turns his head away,his mind is probably 33 . But there are exceptions. A __34 person may have trouble making and keeping eye contact,no matter how interested he is in the other person. And certain nationalities,such as the British and Germans,are much 35__ oriented(适应)to eyeball to eyeball contact than,say,the French and Arabs.? 21.A.letter B.notice C.message D.news ? 22.A.question B.problem C.excuse D.answer ? 23.A.slow B.sharp C.dull D.clever ? 24.A.Whatever B.Whenever C.However D.Wherever ? 25.A.helped B.hoped C.taught D.persuaded ? 26.A.when B.whether C.if D.as ? 27.A.lesson B.way C.chance D.test 28.A.honestly B.quickly C.correctly D.really ? 29.A.therefore B.however C.actually D.especially ? 30.A.real B.exact C.wonderful D.sure ? 31.A.stops B.continues C.changes D.hopes ? 32.A.attention B.spirit C.strength D.energy ? 33.A.anywhere B.nowhere C.elsewhere D.everywhere ? 34.A.brave B.shy C.stupid D.proud 35.A.more B.less C.too D.enough ??


Several factors make a good newspaper story. First, 1 ,it must be new. But since TV can react to events so quickly, this is often a problem for 2 . They usually respond 3 it in one of three ways. One by providing 4 detail, comment or background information. One by finding a new 5 on the day’s major stories. One by printing completely different stories which 6 doesn’t broadcast. What else? Well—it also has to be 7 . People don’t want to read about 8 , everyday life. Because of this, many stories 9 some kind of conflict or danger. This is one reason why so much news seems to be 10 news , “ Plane lands safely—no-one hurt ”doesn’t sell newspapers. “Plane 11 —200 feared dead !” does . Next, there’s human interest. People are interested in other 12 —particularly in the rich, famous and powerful. Stories about the private lives of pop singers, actors, models, politicians, 13 , all appear regularly in certain newspapers . Finally, for many editors, 14 is an important factor, too. They prefer stories about people, places and events which their readers know. That’s 15 the stories in Tokyo’s newspapers are often very different from the stories printed in Paris, Cairo, New York or Buenos Aires. 1. A .gradually B. extremely C. obviously D. precisely 2. A. newspapers B. publications C. reporters D. broadcasters 3. A. with B. on C. of D. to 4. A. extra B. available C. reliable D. memorable 5. A. direction B. look C. angle D. section 6. A. TV B. internet C. newspaper D. radio 7. A. conventional B. dramatic C. professional D. sensitive 8. A. common B. usual C. ordinary D. special 9. A. urge B. neglect C. increase D. involve 10. A. good B. bad C. exciting D. informative 11. A. crashes B. bumps C. strikes D. drops 12. A. places B. people C. things D. news 13. A. in addition B. in any case C. for example D. after all 14. A. personality B. similarity C. tolerance D. familiarity 15. A. that B. why C. because D. what

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