南阳一中 2014 届第二十三次周考 英 语 试 题
第一部分：听力（共两节, 满分 30 分） 第一节 （共 5 小题；每小题 1. 5 分, 满分 7. 5 分） 听下面 5 段对话。每段对话后有一个小题, 从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选项中选出最佳选 项, 并标在试卷的相应位置。听完每段对话后, 你都有 10 秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅读下 一小题。每段对话仅
读一遍。 1. How long has the man probably been waiting before he gets the ticket? A. Two hours. B. Three hours. C. Four hours. 2. How much did the man's sister pay for her coat? A. $172. B. $43. C. $86. 3. What does the man offer to do? A. Call a taxi. B. Telephone Lisa. C. Drive his car. 4. What can we know about the man from the conversation? A. He is looking for a new job. B. He is being interviewed by the woman. C. He once worked in an international company. 5. What time did the second baseball game finally start? A. At 3:45pm. B. At 4:45pm. C. At 5:45pm. 第二节 （共 15 小题；每题 1. 5 分, 满分 22. 5 分） 听下面 5 段对话或独白。 每段对话或独白后有几个小题, 从题中所给的 A, B, C 三个选项中 选出最佳选项, 并标在试卷的相应位置。 听每段对话或独白前, 你将有时间阅读各个小题, 每小 题 5 秒钟；听完后, 每小题将给出 5 秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。 听第 6 段材料, 回答第 6、7 题。 6. Who is the woman probably speaking to? A. A close friend. B. A passenger. C. A conductor. 7. What is the woman going to do then? A. Take the bus. B. Give up the journey. C. Take the train. 听第 7 段材料, 回答第 8~10 题。 8. Why is Andrew going to the airport? A. To fly to Singapore. B. To meet his cousin. C. To see off his cousin. 9. What will Christopher mainly do here? A. Buy famous paintings. B. Have an art exhibition. C. Go on holiday with his cousin. 10. When is Christopher expected at the airport? A. At 11:40 am. B. At 10:40 am. C. At 11:00 am. 听第 8 段材料, 回答第 11~13 题。 11. Where does the conversation probably take place? A. In a restaurant. B. In a cinema. C. In the street. 12. What hotel is the woman looking for? A. A comfortable one. B. A modem one. C. A cheap one.
13. Where can the woman find the hotel she wants? A. Next to a bank. B. Next to a cinema. C. On the left of the street. 听第 8 段材料, 回答第 14~16 题。 14. What does the woman ask Bobby to do? A. Set the table. B. Wait for his father. C. Help her prepare dinner. 15. What is Bobby's attitude towards his father? A. Thankful. B. Unsupportive. C. Favorable. 16. What does Bobby's father do? A. He is a traveler. B. He is a salesman. C. He is a driver. 听第 9 段材料, 回答第 17~20 题。 17. Who is Gary Simpson? A. A volunteer club leader. B. A primary teacher. C. A university professor. 18. Who is Simpson probably speaking to? A. A group of visitors. B. A group of teachers. C. A group of students. 19. What sort of work will the volunteers do? A. Drive the children. B. Help the teachers. C. Organize the class. 20. Where are the volunteers going in two days? A. A training school. B. A campus volunteer club. C. A local primary school. 第三部分：阅读理解（共 10 小题, 每题 2 分, 满分 30 分） 阅读下列短文, 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。 A When I was having a walk through the park today, I met a friend I hadn’t seen for ages. She stared at me curiously. ―You have kept this umbrella for years; it's old and out of date. I wonder why you keep it and take it wherever you go.‖ I smiled, ―it means a great deal to me. ‖I simply gave her my shortest answer. Honestly speaking, I, either, could not understand the reason why I kept it. Then all of a sudden, fallen leaves darkened my eyes with a strong wind. I grabbed the umbrella instinctively. The rain poured down. Thanks to my umbrella, I didn’t get wet at all. ―Why have I kept it for so long?‖ I asked myself, staring at my umbrella . I couldn’t remember when and where I bought it, for I’m always tired and lazy to answer questions . It could protect me from the heavy rain, I told myself eventually. Looking at the people rushing through the street, I felt safe. This might be another reason. It is always so. We know thunderstorm comes unexpectedly and goes without a warning. The sky cleared up. The sun shone brightly. Just as usual, I seized the umbrella with my left hand. Still there’s water dropping down. I walked among the noisy crowd and listened to what they were murmuring in their heart. ―Today I will ask for a rise, or I'll leave this company. ‖Good luck to you, I smiled to him. ―I’ll manage to make you live forever. ‖A little boy held a pet dog close to him. ―She’ll be all right, because she is blessed. ‖I heard angels singing in this city. The moment my fingertips touched the umbrella, I felt it’s dry, and it’s warm. Soon it became hot. I held it up to avoid harmful sunshine. Do I need a reason to explain why? Maybe I should think about it. I need my umbrella when it is sunny as well as when it is rainy.
21. Which of the following words best describes the author? A. Strange. B. Hard-working. C. Clever. D. Watchful. 22. From the author's feelings with people among the noisy crowd, we can see that _______. A. he is sensible enough to understand others’ murmur B. he is sorry for people who can’t foresee their difficulty C. he is warm-hearted even to care for unfamiliar people D. he is kind enough to hope everyone will plan their life well 23. What can the underlined word ―thunderstorms‖ be compared with in real life? A. Bad feelings. B. Unexpected things. C. Confusing puzzles. D. Terrible difficulties. 24. What’s the most suitable title for the passage? A. Try to notice every passer-by. B. Umbrellas are important. C. Always be prepared. D. Weather changes unexpectedly. B Under new system, dentists must spend longer assessing each patient. According to a bill to reduce waiting time, patients can see therapists, who have studied for three years, instead of dentists, who have studied for five. Dentists will concentrate on more complex procedures. Dental therapists should stand in routinely for dentists and start drilling and filling patients' teeth to tackle growing NHS waiting lists, the Government's tooth department has said. Patients are waiting weeks longer for an appointment at many surgeries piloting a new NHS system of check-ups, which will be rolled out across the country within two years. The new check-ups require dentists to spend longer assessing each patient, and now Barry Cockcroft, the chief dental officer, has recommended that, to avoid delays, junior staff should take up some tasks traditionally carried out by dentists. This could see therapists, who study for three years, compared with five years for dentists -drilling and filling adults' teeth, and extracting children's milk teeth. Dental nurses should also play a bigger role, doing procedures such as fluoride varnishes, he said. Speaking to The Mail on Sunday at the British Dental Conference in Manchester, Dr. Cockcroft said: ―A dentist is very highly trained and can carry out complex work such as crowns and bridges. Therapists can do extractions and fillings.‖ Health Minister Earl Howe said patients needed to accept that dentists would do less work on their teeth in the future, and that nurses, hygienists and therapists would do more. He said: ―Sometimes in GP practices you see a nurse and sometimes a GP. People will be used to that.‖ The pilot of the new dental system involves a traffic-light rating where patients are given a ―green‖, ―amber‖ or ―red‖ notice on the condition of their teeth and gums. Patients flagged as ―red‖ can be refused advanced treatment until they have improved their oral health -- by cleaning their teeth more and cutting down on sugary foods. Dentists largely welcome the scheme, which has been running for two-and-a-half years, because it focuses on preventing problems as well as treating them. 25. What’s the aim of the new scheme? A. To reduce patients’ waiting time. B. To let nurses do more work. C. To ease the government’s pressure D. To help therapists get a higher pay. 26. According to Barry Cockcroft, ________. A. there won’t be delays when one goes to a dentist’s
B. dentists’ work will be more boring than ever C. junior staff can help with some assessing work D. a dentist will fill and drill adults’ teeth 27. If you are flagged as ―red‖, you ________ to improve your oral health. A. will stay in hospital for some time B. will receive advanced treatment C. needn’t pay any attention to it D. have to clean your teeth more often 28. What’s the best title of the passage? A. No need to study that long at college. B. Dentists’ work is more important. C. Patients are suffering tooth problems. D. Dentists are to examine a patient longer. C Your Write Source book is loaded with information to help you learn about writing. One section that will be especially helpful is the ―Proofreader’s Guide‖ at the back of the book. This section covers all of the rules for language and grammar. The book also includes four units covering the types of writing that you may have to complete on district or state writing tests. At the end of each unit, there are samples and tips for writing in science, social studies, and math. Write Source will help you with other learning skills, too: study-reading, test taking, note taking, and speaking. This makes the Write Source a valuable writing and learning guide in all of your classes.
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With practice, you will be able to find information in the book quickly using the guides explained below. The TABLE OF CONTENTS (starting on the next page) lists the six major sections in the book and the chapters found in each section. The INDEX (starting on page 751) lists the topics covered in the book in alphabetical order. Use the index when you are interested in a specific topic. The COLOR CODING used for ―Basic Grammar and Writing‖ (blue), ―A Writer’s Resource‖ (green), and the ―Proofreader’s Guide‖ (yellow) make these important sections easy to find. The SPECIAL PAGE REFERENCES in the book tell you where to turn for additional information about a special topic. 29. If you want to learn about ―Tenses of verbs‖ in writing, you should refer to ______. A. Proofreader’s Guide B. Special page references C. Table of contents D. Different Color Coding 30. Besides writing skills, which of the following skills can be found in Write Source? A. Classifying contents. B. Taking notes. C. Making science experiments. D. Matching colors. 31. The purpose of the passage is to _____. A. persuade readers to buy the boo B. offer the book’s review to readers
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D Some people are born with the belief that they are masters of their own lives. Others feel they are at the mercy of fate. New research shows that part of those feelings lies in the genes. Psychologists have long known that people confident in their ability to control their destinies are more likely to adjust well to growing old than those who feel that they drift on the currents of fate. Two researchers who questioned hundreds of Swedish twins report that such confidence is partly genetic and partly drawn from experience. They also found that the belief in blind luck -- a conviction that coincidence plays a big role in life is something learned in life and has nothing to do with genetics. People who are confident of their ability to control their lives have an ―internal locus of control‖ and have a better chance of being well adjusted in their old age, said Pedersen. An ―external locus of control‖, believing that outside forces determine the course of life, has been linked to depression in later years, she said. ―We are trying to understand what makes people different. What makes some people age gracefully and others have a more difficult time?‖ she said. The research was conducted at the Karolinska Institute-better known as the body that annually awards the Nobel Prize for medicine by Nancy Pedersen of the Institute and Margaret Gatz, a professor of psychology at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles. Their results were recently published in the Journal of Gerontology in the United States. The study showed that while people have an inborn predilection toward independence and self-confidence, about 70 percent of this personality trait is affected by a person's environment and lifetime experiences. Pedersen's studies, with various collaborators, probe the aging process by comparing sets of twins, both identical and fraternal, many of whom were separated at an early age. The subjects were drawn from a roster first edited about 30 years ago registering all twins born in Sweden since 1886. The complete list, which was extended in 1991, has 95,000 sets of twins. 32. If one has confidence in being able to control his fate, it is more likely that ________. A. he won’t care about anything B. he will be well adjusted at his old age C. he will feel depressed when in trouble D. he will have a promising future 33. The research indicates that the belief in blind luck ________. A. is closely linked with our genes B. has nothing to do with our confidence C. comes from our lifetime experiences D. won’t have serious effec ts on us 34. What do we know about the Karolinska Institute? A. It deals mainly with one’s confidence. B. It is located in Los Angeles, USA. C. It awards the Nobel Prize for medicine. D. It was founded and funded by Nobel. 35. The subjects of the research are ________. A. twins born in Sweden B. strangers in USA C. people across the world D. students from a university 第二节（共 5 小题；每小题 2 分, 满分 10 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, 选出最佳选项, 并在 答题卡上涂黑。 Mobile Phones: Hang Up or Keep talking?
Millions of people are using mobile phones today. In many places, it is actually considered unusual not to have one. 36 They found that the phones are more than a means of communication — having a mobile phone shows that they’re cool and connected. The explosions around the world in mobile phone use make some health professionals worried. Some doctors are concerned that in the future many people may suffer health problems from the use of mobile phones. Mobile phone companies are worried about the negative publicity ( 负面报道) of such ideas. 37 On the other hand, signs of change in the issues of the brain and head can be detected with modern scanning equipment. In one case, a traveling salesman had to retire at a young age because of serious memory loss. 38 This man used to talk on his mobile phone for about six hours a day, every day of his working week, for a couple of years. 39 The answer is radiation. High–tech machines can detect very small amounts of radiation from mobile phones. Mobile phone companies agree that there is some radiation, but they say the amount is too small to worry about. As the discussion about safety continues, it appears that it’s best to use mobile phones less often. 40 Use your mobile phone only when you really need it. In the future, mobile phones may have a warning label that says they’re bad for your health. So for now, it’s wise not to u se your mobile phone too often. A. They will possibly affect their benefits. B. In many countries, mobile phones are very popular with young people. C. What do the doctors worry about? D. What is it that makes mobile phones potentially harmful? E. They say that there is no proof that mobile phones are bad for people’s health. F. He couldn’t remember even simple tasks. G. Use your regular phone if you want to talk for a long time. 第三部分：英语知识运用 (共两节，满分 45 分) 第一节：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。 Last Saturday, I went to a well-known coffee shop in Buenos Aires, Argentina with Townie, my middle school classmate. When we 41 our coffee, two men got in and sat down on an empty table next to us. They 42 the waiter and asked for three cups of coffee, two on the table and one on the 43 . We heard this order with great 44 and noticed that they were served with two cups of coffee 35 they paid for three. As soon as they left, the waiter 46 a piece of paper on the wall which read A Cup of Coffee. It 47 that the matter was normal in this place, as no one else paid any attention. However, it was something 48 for Tony and me. Since we had nothing to do with the matter, we 49 our coffee, paid the bill and left. A few days later, we again got a 50 to go to this coffee ship. While we were enjoying the coffee, a man entered. The way this man was dressed did not 51 the standard, nor the atmosphere of this coffee shop. Poverty was 52 from the look on his face. As he 53 himself, he looked at the wall and said, ―One cup of coffee 54 the wall.‖ The waiter served
coffee to this man with 55 , politeness and warmth. Then after a few minutes, the man finished his coffee and left 56 paying. We were amazed to watch all this when the waiter 57 a piece of paper pasted on the wall and 58 it in the dustbin. Now it was no surprise to us 59 because the matter was very clear. Although the man didn’t know about the one who had left this cup of coffee to him, he would have a better understanding of the wall which had a great role between the 60 and receiver. 41. A. shared B. enjoyed C. cooked D. booked 42. A. called B. postponed C. declined D. found 43. A. bench B. street C. ground D. wall 44. A. interest B. courage C. compromise D. pride 45. A. as B. so C. though D. for 46. A. imitated B. pasted C. challenged D. undertook 47. A. happened B. assumed C. sounded D. appeared 48. A. puzzled B. strange C. reasonable D. abstract 49. A. used up B. picked up C. drank up D. took up 50. A. sponsor B. permission C. chance D. preference 51. A. match B. deserve C. equal D. meet 52. A. natural B. apparent C. arbitrary D. specific 53. A. seated B. relaxed C. introduced D. dressed 54. A. upon B. toward C. from D. beyond 55. A. pity B. respect C. fear D. calm 56. A. over B. after C. against D. without 57. A. took off B. took up C. took over D. took in 58. A. hid B. dived C. dropped D. picked 59. A. barely B. randomly C. frequently D. entirely 60. A. stranger B. guest C. waiter D. giver
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第三部分：语言知识运用（共两节, 满分 45 分） 第二节（共 10 小题；每小题 1.5 分, 满分 15 分） M: How did you like the fireworks last night? W: I really didn’t enjoy them too much. There was 61 big a crowd that we couldn’t get very close. M: I thought you were going early. W: We did, but even though we got there at ten to eight, the park 62 (fill) with lots of people. It was so crowded that we had a hard time 63 (find)a place even to stand. M: That’s too bad, because the fire show was really 64 (fantasy). W: What did you do? How did you manage 65 (get) a good view? M: We went early. We decided to have a picnic so we’d be sure to get there early 66 to find a good place. W: I guess that’s 67 I should do next First of May. M: We found a place on top of some rocks where nobody 68 get in front of us. W: What did you do about going home? I’ve never been pushed so much in my whole life!
M: Oh, we stayed around for 69 hour or so, but they ran extra buses 70 midnight, so we didn’t have any problem. W: I think you were lucky. M: It wasn’t lucky, it was good planning. You’ll have to come with us next year. 第四部分 ：写作 第一节 短文改错（共 10 小题；每小题 1 分, 满分 10 分） 此题要求改正所给短文中的错误. 对标题号的每一行做出判断： 如无错误, 在该行右边的横 线上划（√） ；如有错误（每行只有一个错误）, 则按下列情况改正： 此行多一个词：把多余的词用斜线划掉, 在该行右边横线上写出该词, 并也用斜线划掉。 此行缺一个词：在缺词处加一个漏字符号（^）, 在该行右边横线上写出该加的词。 此行错一个词：在错的词下划一横线, 在该行右边横线上写出改正后的词。 注意：原行没有错的不要改。 Today we went to climb Xiangshan Mountain. Early in the morning we meet at the school gate and went there by bus. On nine o’clock we arrived at the foot of the mountain and started climbing. The mountain was very high and some of us got tired soon, but none of us were very excited. We cheered happy when we got to the top. The view was wonderful. We had our lunch there and enjoyed ourselves very much. Unfortunately because we began to walk down the mountain, we caught in a storm. Faced with the unexpected situation, our teacher remained calm, asked us to help each other down. So we shared our umbrella and raincoats with each other and walked more cautiously. Finally we all reached a parking lot safely and got on the bus heading back home. Despite the unexpected rain and wind, but we still had a good time. 第二节 书面表达（满分 25 分） 假如你是希望中学的学生李华, 你校的外籍教师 Mr. Green 准备进行一次关于西方文化的 主题讲座, 他发电子邮件向你询问你最喜欢的话题。请你用英语写一封回信, 内容包括： 1. 推荐你最喜欢的两个话题； 2. 简要说明推荐理由； 3. 表达对讲座的期待。 注意：1.词数 100 左右； 2.可适当增加细节, 以使行文连贯； 3.开头已给出, 不计入总词数。 Dear Mr. Green, I am very happy to hear that you will give a lecture on Western Culture.
1-5 CBAAC 21-25 DDBCA 41-45 BADAC 61. so 66. enough 1. meet--met
6-10 BCBBC 26-30 CDDAB 46-50 BDBCC 62. was filled 67. what 2. on--at
11-15 ACBAB 31-35 DBCCA 51-55 ABACB 63. finding 68. could 3. none--all
16-20 BACBC 36- 40 BEFDG 56-60 DACDD 64. fantastic 65. to get 69. an 70. until 4. happy-happily 5. because--when/as
6. we 后加 were 7. asked--asking 8. umbrella--umbrellas 9. a--the 10. 去掉 but Dear Mr. Green, I am very happy to hear that you will give a lecture on Western Culture. Knowing that you’re asking for advice on my favorite topics related to it, I would like to share what I am interested in most. As we all know, western culture is quite different, especially the history of religion. Therefore, I wonder if you could tell us something about it to enrich our knowledge. What’s more, how to follow western table manners is also a good topic because some of us are going to study abroad after graduation. It is the proper behaviors at meals that can help us to get along well with foreigners. I am looking forward to your excellent lecture and I am willing to help if you want more information. Yours sincerely, Li Hua 21. D 从文中可知, 作者每天都带着伞, 以防天会下雨, 由此可知作者非常小心、 谨慎。 Watchful, 小心的, 谨慎的, 由观察力的。 22. D 从文中第四段可知, 作者并非真的知道他们心之所想 , 而是真心希望他们的生活能朝好 的方向发展, 规划好自己的生活, 实现自己的愿望。文中两人的情况并非困难。 23.B 由稍后出现的 unexpectedly 可知答案选 B 24. C 文中最后一句给出了作者写这篇文章的目的, 不管天晴还是下雨, 都带把伞, 随时做好准 备, 应对一切可能出现的突发事件。 25. A 由第二段可知, 这项措施的目的是减少病人的看病时间, 所以答案选 A。 26. C 从文中第 5, 6 两段可知答案选 C。 27. D 由最后一段可知, 如果病人评级为红色, 那么必须先接受基本口腔护理后才能接受牙医 的治疗。 28. D 整篇文章讲的是英国政府为了减少病人看牙医的时间 , 将病人分流 , 病情严重点的才由 牙医介入治疗, 而牙医相应地增加给病人治疗的时间, 保证质量。 29. A 由第一段第一句话可知答案选 A。 30. B 处于灭绝的边缘。 31. D 由最后一句话可知, 有些以前被认为已经灭绝了的物种后来又被发现了。 32. B 由文中第 2 段和第 5 段可知, 那些自信自己能掌控自己生活的人在年老之后更能坦然面 对。所以答案选 B。 33. C 由文章第 4 段可知答案选 C。 34. C 由倒数第 4 段可知答案选 C。 35. A 由最后两段可知, 该项研究的主体是瑞典的双胞胎。 41. B 当我们正坐在那里喝咖啡的时候。enjoy, 享用。Share, 分享；book, 预定。 42. A 他们叫服务员过来, 所以选 A。正常情况下, 服务员不需要到处去找。 44. D 由后文可知。 44. A 两个人点了 4 杯咖啡, 这引起了我们的好奇。 45. C 付了 4 杯的钱, 却只喝了 2 杯咖啡。转折关系。 46. B 由后文可知。
47. D 48. B 我们感到有点奇怪, 而其他人都认为很正常。Appear, 显得。 49. C drink up, 喝完。又有机会到那家咖啡馆喝咖啡。 51. A 他的穿着和整个咖啡馆的氛围相比好像有点格格不入。Match, 搭配很协调。 52. B 从他的外观来看, 他经济境况不是很好。 53. A seat oneself, 固定搭配, 就座。句意为, 他坐下来, 看着墙说。 55. C 从上下文可知, 答案选 C。 55. B 从后文的 politeness 和 warmth 的感情色彩可知答案选 B。 56. D 从上下文可知, 他喝完咖啡却没有付钱。 57. A, 58. C 从墙上把贴在那儿的一张纸拿了下来,然后丢掉垃圾桶里。 59. D entirely, 完全地。现在我们一点都不吃惊了。 60. D 接受帮助的人和给予别人帮助的人。 People come into your life for a reason, a season or a lifetime. When you 41 which one it is, you will know 42 what to do for each person. When someone is in your life for a reason, it is 43 to meet a need you have expressed. They have come to assist you through a difficulty, to 44 you with guidance and support, to 45 you physically, emotionally or spiritually. They are there for the 46 you need them to be. Then, without any wrongdoing on your part, or at any inconvenient time, they will say or do something to bring the relationship to a(n) 47 . Sometimes they die, sometimes they walk away, and 48 they act up and force you to take a stand. What you must 49 is that your need has been met, and your desire 50 . When their work is done, it’s time to move on. When people come into your life for a 51 , it is because your turn has 52 to share, grow or learn. They bring you an experience of peace, or make you 53 . They may teach you something you have 54 done. They usually give you an unbelievable amount of joy. 55 it! It is real! But only for a season. Lifetime relationships teach you lifetime 56 : those things you must build upon in order to have a 57 emotional foundation. Your job is to 58 the lesson, love the person, and put what you have learned to use in all other 59 and areas of your life. It is said that love is blind but friendship is sensible. 60 , thank you for being part of my life, whether you were here for a reason, a season or a lifetime. 41. A. come out B. figure out C. break out D. turn out 42. A. partly B. firmly C. frequently D. exactly 43. A. usually B. hardly C. closely D. finally 44. A. state B. instruct C. provide D. bother 45. A. aid B. show C. lead D. take 46. A. good B. delight C. benefit D. reason 47. A. order B. action C. end D. start 48. A. first B. sometimes C. seldom D. anytime 49. A. realize B. try C. tolerate D. forget 50. A. shared B. fulfilled C. followed D. protected 51. A. reason B. moment C. season D. lifetime 52. A. disappeared B. gone C. remained D. come 53. A. happy B. sad C. careful D. nervous 54. A. even B. never C. just D. ever
55. A. Forget B. Taste 56. A. notes B. sights 57. A. solid B. soft 58. A. reject B. teach 59. A. difficulties B. professions 60. A. Above all B. After all 41. B. 当你弄清楚是哪一种的时候。 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52. 53. 54. 55. 56. 57. D. A. C. A. D. C. B. A. B. C. D. A. B. D. C. A.
C. Connect C. lessons C. new C. accept C. works C. In a word
D. Believe D. meanings D. rapid D. refuse D. relationships D. As a result
你就会确切地知道怎样去做去对待每一个人。 他通常是来满足你所表达的要求。 他给你提供指导和支持，provide … with … 为固定搭配。 帮助你，aid 与上文的 assist 相呼应。 由于你所需要的原因，与段首相呼应。 关系会告一段落。 排比句。 你应该意识到你的要求得到了满足。 愿望得到了实现。 根据文章首尾及结构可知。 轮到你来分享、成长或学习。 使你高兴，与上文的 peace 和下文的 joy 相呼应。 教你一些你从来没有做过的事情。 相信它。与上文的 unbelievable 和下文的 real 相呼应。 给你终生的教训，58 空后有提示。 一个稳定的情感基础。
58. C. 接受教训。 59. D. 将所学放在其它的关系和领域中，与本段段首相呼应。 60. C. 总之，对全文进行总结。