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1 Orphans whose parents died of AIDS in Henan Province have been given new hope. Last week the provincial government __1__ the children’s cries by promising 60 million yuan to improve schools

, orphanages (孤儿院) and living conditions. But __2__ the efforts of Dr Gao Yanjie, these cries may never have been heard. “I’m a doctor and its my duty to __3__ diseases and save lives,” said the 77-year-old grandmother. Gao was __4__ one of the 2003 People of Year on February 20 by CCTV after millions of people __5__ an online poll. But in 1996, when she started to promote AIDS awareness, __6__ money from her own pocket, her actions were widely misunderstood. “__7__ some of the children were born with HIV, 90 percent of them were not infected (被感染),” Gao said. “__8__ people still reject (排斥) them. Many __9__ change their names after finding a foster (领养) family.” The horror of Henan’s AIDS problem became __10__ in 1996. Frequent and __11__ blood-selling by poor farmers in the late 1980s and early 1990s had __12__ HIV to spread through dirty needles and infected blood use. As a __13__, Gao believed she should help: over the last eight years she has __14__ over 1,000 AIDS and HIV patients and __15__ thousands of pamphlets (小册子) on AIDS awareness. With her help, hundreds of orphans have returned to __16__ or found foster families. “It’s a __17__ for the whole nation, not only for those innocent (无辜的) patients and their families,” she explained. Gao is __18__ that so many childless families offer to foster orphans. But there is still much that can be __19__ to support these children. “I hope that warm-hearted high school students will also reach out and offer a helping __20__,” she said. 1. A. answered B. heard C. copied D. offered 2. A. with B. without C. because D. for 3. A. complete B. help C. examine D. cure 4. A. called B. named C. praised D. popular 5. A. attended B. joined C. took part in D. played a part in 6. A. earning B. paying C. offering D. using 7. A. Although B. Since C. Because D. Why 8. A. So B. However C. Therefore D. But 9. A. boys B. students C. orphans D. girls 10. A. known B. secret C. terrible D. serious 11. A. clean B. safe C. unsafe D. terrible 12. A. caused B. made C. led to D. stuck to 13. A. grandmother B. doctor C. patient ` D. publisher 14. A. taught B. paid C. visited D. hoped 15. A. published B. sold C. printed D. made 16. A. hospital B. orphanage C. school D. home 17. A. blow B. loss C. accident D. disaster 18. A. delighted B. shocked C. sorry D. impressed 19. A. published B. done C. worked D. promised 20. A. hand B. money C. home D. doctor 2 In 1985 a France television company sent its reporters to the Paris Metro (地铁). They took cameras to see what __1__ would do if they saw someone __2__ on the platform or trains. The incidents looked __3__ but they were all done with the help of actors. However, __4__ people tried to help, and most passengers __5__ not to notice. In one of the incidents, a foreigner was attacked by three men. The attack was on a __6__ which was quite full, and __7__ the man tried to get the other passengers to help, they all __8__. This is not only a French problem. A British newspaper reported in 1991 that a (n) __9__ of Social Psychology in New York had sent his students out to __10__ their own cars. The students didn’t try to __11__ what they were doing. About 80 people __12__ 250 car thefts, and only twelve of them tried to __13__ the students

robbers. In a typical __14__, one man stopped, looked, and then put his hands over his __15__ and shouted “I didn’t see that!” About forty people __16__ to help the thieves, and two people __17__ sat down next to the car and waited to buy a camera and a televisions set a __18__ was taking from the back seat of his own car. The professor wonders whether it’s a problem of __19__ cities or would be the same thing and happens __20__. 1. A. travelers B. tourists C. citizens D. passengers 2. A. stolen B. followed C. attacked D. lost 3. A. real B. false C. perfect D. successful 4. A. quite a few B. quite a lot of C. very few D. nearly no 5. A. happened B. seemed C. managed D. pretended 6. A. bus B. plane C. ship D. train 7. A. if B. although C. yet D. however 8. A. escaped B. refused C. stared D. obeyed 9. A. official B. reporter C. journalist D. professor 10. A. rob B. damage C. break D. destroy 11. A. tell B. show C. hide D. explain 12. A. recognized B. watched C. discovered D. found 13. A. help B. punish C. arrest D. stop 14. A. accident B. experience C. incident D. place 15. A. head B. eyes C. mouth D. ears 16. A. offered B. regretted C. hated D. expected 17. A. really B. luckily C. actually D. especially 18. A. thief B. student C. person D. helper 19. A. big B. small C. faraway D. nearby 20. A. anywhere B. somewhere C. anytime D. sometime 3 Learning experiences happen to us throughout our lives. Not long ago, I had one that I would like to __1__. I was going to Marblehead with my sailboat team. The team was racing down the highway at 85 mph __2__ we realized we were __3__. Luckily, we saw a rest area ahead. I had a brand-new $20 bill. I was so __4__ because I had never had that kind of cash before. But spending it on __5__ seemed like throwing it away. We all rushed into the pizza line. __6__ I got a pizza and a drink, and walked to my table. About halfway through the meal, I __7__ I had not actually handed any money to the cashier. I had just __8__ out, and nobody had noticed. I felt terrible. My conscience (良心) opened its mouth and swallowed me in one big bite. I couldn’t __9__ over it. I just couldn’t go back to the cashier and __10__ for my stolen pizza. I was so upset that I __11__ to give myself the pleasure of an ice cream for __12__ that someone would say, “Hey, Jeff, why not you use the change __13__ the pizza instead of that nice, new $20 bill?” I was not so __14__ of my cash now. For the next two years, whenever I was __15__ of the “pizza incident”, I would say to myself, “Don’t think about it…” I have learned two things from this __16__. Maybe I was a fool for __17__ in to my conscience, and being too stupid to appreciate a __18__ pizza. But the real lesson is that even if you get away with what you have done, your conscience will __19__ up with you. This reflects the saying, “Coward (懦夫) dies a thousand deaths, a hero dies one.” I was a coward and have felt terrible about that incident at least a thousand times. If I had been a “__20__” and gone back to pay for the pizza, I would have felt a little uncomfortable about it only one, or maybe twice.

1. A. say 2. A. as 3. A. lost 4. A. excited 5. A. rest 6. A. Luckily 7. A. thought 8. A. walked 9. A. look 10. A. ask 11. A. refused 12. A. hope 13. A. into 14. A. sure 15. A. warned 16. A. experience 17. A. turning 18. A. free 19. A. make 20. A. coward

B. talk B. while B. tired B. eager B. food B. Finally B. recognized B. left B. get B. pay B. wanted B. surprise B. with B. upset B. reminded B. experiment B. talking B. cheap B. wake B. fool

C. share C. then C. hungry C. glad C. travel C. Immediately C. noticed C. worked C. turn C. apologize C. hoped C. anger C. for C. proud C. thought C. story C. handing C. plain C. catch C. loser

D. explain D. when D. angry D. anxious D. drink D. Actually D. realized D. found D. think D. send D. meant D. fear D. from D. pleased D. told D. talking D. giving D. delicious D. put D. hero

4 I made a promise to myself on the drive down to the vacation beach cottage. For two weeks I __1__ try to be a loving husband and father. Totally __2__. (No ifs, ands or bus.) The idea had come to me as I listened to a commentator (评论员) __3__ my car’s tape player. He was __4__ a passage about husbands being __5__ of their wives. __6__ he went on to say, “Love is an act __7__ will. A person can choose to love.” To myself, I hand to admit that I had been a __8__ husband that our love had been dulled by my own insensitivity (感觉迟钝) in unimportant ways, really scolding Evelyn for her tardiness (拖拉); __9__ on the TV channel I wanted to watch; throwing __10__ day old newspapers that I knew Evelyn still wanted to read. Well, for two weeks all that would __11__. And it __12__. Right from the moment I kissed Evelyn at the door and said, “That new yellow sweater looks __13__ on you.” “Oh, Tom, you noticed it,” she said, surprised and __14__. Maybe a little puzzled. After the long drive, I wanted to sit and read. Evelyn suggested a walk on the beach. I started to sit and read. Evelyn suggested a walk on the beach. I started to refuse, but then I thought, “Evelyn’s been alone here with the children __15__ week and now she wants to be alone with me.” We walked on the beach while the children flew their kites. So it went. Two weeks of not calling the Wall Street investment (投资) firm __16__ I am the director; a visit __17__ the shell museum though I usually hate museums (and I enjoyed it); __18__ my tongue while Evelyn’s getting ready made us late for a dinner __19__. Relaxed and happy, that’s how the whole vacation passed. I made a new promise to keep on __20__ to choose love. 1. A. used to B. would C. should D. could 2. A. loving B. lovely C. lovable D. loved 3. A. at B. with C. on D. for 4. A. thinking B. writing C. believing D. reading 5. A. helpful B. useful C. thoughtful D. hopeful 6. A. Instead B. Then C. Otherwise D. Thus 7. A. in B. of C. against D. at 8. A. selfish B. careful C. good D. lazy

9. A. insisting 10. A. about 11. A. happen 12. A. would 13. A. great 14. A. frightened 15. A. all of 16. A. which 17. A. in 18. A. stopping 19. A. date 20. A. date

B. hanging B. up B. change B. had B. big B. anxious B. all B. want B. at B. preventing B. day B. requiring

C. sticking C. away C. develop C. did C. sorry C. disappointed C. all of a C. where C. by C. keeping C. night C. repaying

D. suggesting D. in D. forbid D. was D. tight D. pleased D. all a D. that D. to D. holding D. evening D. remembering

6 Norman Cousins was a businessman from the United States who often traveled around the world on business. He enjoyed his __1__ and traveling. Then, after returning to the United States from a __2__ trip to the Union of Soviet Socialist Republic (USSR), Mr Cousins got sick. Because he had pushed his body to __3__ of its strength on the trip, a change began to take place __4__ him. The material between his bones became __5__. In less than one week after his return, he could not __6__. Every move that he __7__ was painful. He was not able to sleep at night. The doctors told him that they did not know how to cure Mr cousins’ problem and he might never __8__ over the illness. Mr Cousins, however, refused to give up __9__. Mr cousins thought that __10__ thoughts were causing bad chemical changes in his body. He did not want to take medicine to cure himself. __11__, he felt that happy thoughts or __12__ might cure his illness. He began to __13_ on himself while still in the hospital by watching funny shows on television. Mr Cousins quickly found that 10 minutes real laughter during the __14__ gave him two hours of pain-free sleep at night. __15__ the doctors could not help him, Mr Cousins left the hospital and checked into a hotel room where he could __16__ his experiments with laughter. For eight days, Mr Cousins tested in the hotel room watching funny shows on television, reading funny books, and sleeping __17__ he felt tired. Within three weeks, he felt well __18__ to take a vacation to Puerto Rico where he began running on the beach for __19__. After a few months, Mr Cousins returned to work. He had laughed himself back to __20__. 1. A. time B. holiday C. sleep D. work 2. A. boring B. tiring C. dangerous D. pleasant 3. A. top B. degree C. problem D. limit 4. A. from B. around C. inside D. beside 5. A. weak B. ill C. false D. painful 6. A. speak B. breathe C. stand D. see 7. A. made B. did C. took D. gave 8. A. look B. get C. turn D. think 9. A. effort B. hope C. treatment D. arrangement 10. A. foolish B. unusual C. funny D. unhappy 11. A. Instead B. However C. Therefore D. Otherwise 12. A. sleep B. travel C. laughter D. television 13. A. rescue B. operate C. examine D. experiment 14. A. day B. week C. month D. year

15. A. Promising 16. A. invent 17. A. until 18. A. soon 19. A. exercise 20. A. power

B. Deciding B. begin B. whenever B. completely B. illness B. sense

C. Doubting C. continue C. unless C. slowly C. rest C. health

D. Recognizing D. prove D. so that D. enough D. pleasure D. happiness

6 Susan Cleveland is the young president of a candy company in the city of Chicago. Her father began the company in the 1960s. He died three years ago. Now, the company belongs to Susan. Susan, __1__, did not have any jobs before becoming head of the company. She just finished the college. The employees became __2__ concerned during Susan’s first months __3__ the job. Mr. Cleveland had been a __4__ leader. But Susan permitted __5__ employees to make their own __6__. One employee said, “Old Mr. Cleveland __7__ told us what to do. He kept people on a short leash. __8__ the company did well.” What does a “short leash” mean? A leash is a kind of rope. We use a leash __9__ our pet dogs. The leash keeps the dog from __10__ away __11__ getting into trouble. Keeping a person on a short leash means keeping him or her under close __12__. The person can’t make many decisions for himself or herself. Ms Cleveland does not keep her workers on a short leash. __13__, she encourages them to get __14__ ways to do business. For example, her secretary proposed an idea. She said the company should __15__ a sum of money as a prize to the best student in the high school __16__ the factory. The winner could use the prize money to study at a university. Ms Cleveland __17__ the idea. After the prize was announced, __18__ who lived in the area of the factory began to buy __19__ of the company’s candy. Local newspapers wrote about the event. Business __20__. Ms Cleveland made her secretary the company’s first Director of Public Relations. 1. A. but B. yet C. so D. however 2. A. so little B. even less C. even more D. no more 3. A. on B. in C. for D. at 4. A. weak B. strong C. kind D. clever 5. A. no B. a few C. few D. many 6. A. products B. candies C. decision D. plans 7. A. never B. always C. seldom D. hardly 8. A. Although B. Because C. Otherwise D. But 9. A. to walk B. to use C. to frighten D. to play 10. A. stepping B. pulling C. running D. jumping 11. A. if B. while C. when D. or 12. A. management B. relation C. help D. control 13. A. Still B. Yet C. Instead D. Anyway 14. A. other B. more C. many D. better 15. A. save B. offer C. get D. lend 16. A. belonging to B. far from C. near D. of 17. A. studied B. appreciated C. refused D. changed 18. A. students B. workers C. businessmen D. people 19. A. some B. little C. more D. less 20. A. improved B. failed C. continued D. stopped 7 Anna Whitney, a sophomore (大学二年级学生) at Colorado State University, first had a problem

taking tests when she began college. “I was always __1__ prepared for my tests. Sometimes I studied for weeks before a test. Yet I would go in to take the test, only to find I would not answer the questions __2__. I would blank out because of nervousness and fear. I couldn’t think of answers. My __3__ grades on the test did not show what I knew from the teacher. Another student in microbiology had __4__ experiences. He said, “My first chemistry test was very difficult. Then, on the second test, I sat down to take it, and I was so nervous that I was __5__. My hands were moving up and down so __6__ that it was hard to hold my pencil. I knew the material and I knew the answers. Yet I couldn’t __7__ write them down!” These two young students were __8__ something called test anxiety. Because a student worries and is anxious about a test, his or her __9__ does not work as well as it usually does. The student cannot write or think __10__ because of the extreme tension and nervousness. Although poor grades are often a __11__ of poor study habits, sometimes test anxiety causes the low grades. Recently, test anxiety has been recognized as a real problem not just a(n) __12__ or a false explanation of lazy students. Special university counseling (指导) courses try to help students. In these courses, counselors try to help students by teaching them __13__ to manage test anxiety. At some universities, students take tests to __14__ their tension. These courses teach students how to relax their bodies. Students are trained to become __15__ in very tense situations. By controlling their nervousness, they can let their minds __16__ at ease (安 心地). __17__ information then comes out without difficult on a test. An __18__ at the University of California explains, “With almost all students, relaxation and __19__ stress are felt after taking our program. Most of them experience better control __20__ their tests. Almost all have some improvement. 1. A. badly B. well C. bad D. quite 2. A. correctly B. mistakenly C. immediate D. happily 3. A. high B. tall C. low D. good 4. A. difficult B. different C. similar D. unpleasant 5. A. crying B. standing C. smiling D. shaking 6. A. quickly B. slowly C. hard D. loudly 7. A. ever B. even C. hardly D. never 8. A. experiencing B. studying C. learning D. facing 9. A. brain B. mind C. body D. head 10. A. cleanly B. foolishly C. clearly D. slowly 11. A. reason B. cause C. relation D. result 12. A. answer B. help C. habit D. excuse 13. A. how B. why C. what D. where 14. A. check B. examine C. determine D. measure 15. A. quiet B. calm C. cool D. cold 16. A. learn B. work C. rest D. run 17. A. Used B. Absorbed C. Learned D. Taught 18. A. engineer B. author C. artist D. expert 19. A. more B. less C. better D. worse 20. A. after B. before C. during D. while 8 A few months ago, I was reading a magazine at the dentist’s and there was a story writing competition in it. The story had to have crime (犯罪) as a __1__, and although I haven’t got much __2__ of writing, I made up my mind to __3__ it. On the way home, I came up with this idea about a man who so __4__ the idea of burglars (夜贼) and burglary that he decided to take revenge (报仇) and to go around __5__ from burglars’ houses. Of course, I

didn’t know much about __6__ burglars work, so I had to do some __7__ by asking a friend in the police station, and then I __8__ out the plot of the story. The difficult thing was getting __9__ with the story, so I decided to leave the opening __10__ till the end, after I’d done a draft (草稿) of the __11__ thing. At that stage I gave it to my husband to get feedback on it and he thought it was quite good, but __12__ to be shorter, I read it again, __13__ to make it more brief. In fact it was my __14__ who thought up the title – “Don’t take it personally”. __15__ the time I finished, I was feeling __16__ confident about it and almost gave up the idea, but in the end, I __17__ to send it off to the magazine. After all I had managed to cut a long __18__ short. This morning I received a letter saying that I’d __19__ the second prize and my story would be __20__ in three weeks’ time. How excited I was! 1. A. start B. report C. condition D. topic 2. A. freedom B. time C. experience D. ability 3. A. do B. prepare C. join D. stop 4. A. enjoyed B. hated C. preferred D. tried 5. A. beating B. robbing C. breaking D. fighting 6. A. where B. then C. how D. why 7. A. experiment B. research C. housework D. shopping 8. A. worked B. carried C. put D. spoke 9. A. paid B. started C. used D. taught 10. A. talk B. space C. area D. paragraph 11. A. first B. same C. whole D. last 12. A. had B. made C. express D. needed 13. A. trying B. forcing C. knowing D. asking 14. A. friend B. teacher C. husband D. boss 15. A. At B. During C. For D. By 16. A. more B. less C. much D. no 17. A. decided B. came C. began D. pretended 18. A. idea B. magazine C. story D. song 19. A. failed B. won C. wished D. missed 20. A. published B. written C. printed D. checked 9 When Dave was eighteen, he bought a secondhand car for $200 so that he could travel to and from work more __1__ than by bus. It worked quite well for a few years, but then it got so old, and it was costing him __2__ much in repairs that he decided that he had better __3__ it. He asked among his friends to see if anyone was particularly __4__ to buy a cheap car, but they all knew that it was falling to pieces, so __5__ of them had any desire to buy it. Dave’s friend Sam saw that he was __6__ when they met one evening, and said, “What’s __7__, Dave?” Dave told him, and Sam answered, “Well, what about advertisement!” You may __8__ more for it that way than the cost of the advertisement!” Thinking that Sam’s __9__ was sensible, he put an advertisement in an evening paper, which read: “For sale: small car, __10__ very little petrol, only two owners. Bargain at $50.” For two days after the advertisement first appeared, there was no __11__. But then on the Saturday evening he had an inquiry (咨询). A man rang up and said he would like to __12__ him about the car. “All right,” Dave said, feeling happy. He asked the man whether ten o’clock the next morning would be __13__ or not. “Fine,” the man said, “and I’ll __14__ my wife. We intend to go for a ride in it to __15__ it.” The next morning, at a quarter to ten, Dave parked the car in the square outside his front door, __16__ to wait there for the person who had __17__ his advertisement. Even Dave had to __18__ that the car really

looked like a wreck (残破). Then, soon after he had got the car as __19__ as it could be, a police car stopped just behind him and policeman got out. He looked at Dave’s car and then said, “Have you reported this __20__ to us yet, sir?” 1. A. directly B. safely C. properly D. easily 2. A. so B. such C. very D. too 3. A. keep B. repair C. sell D. throw 4. A. anxious B. lucky C. ashamed D. generous 5. A. some B. neither C. none D. no one 6. A. calm B. upset C. delighted D. astonished 7. A. on B. up C. it D. that 8. A. learn B. miss C. get D. find 9. A. message B. advice C. request D. description 10. A. uses B. loses C. has D. spends 11. A. doubt B. help C. trouble D. answer 12. A. tell B. see C. agree D. call 13. A. exact B. suitable C. early D. late 14. A. follow B. meet C. bring D. introduce 15. A. test B. obtain C. admire D. recognize 16. A. failing B. meaning C. turning D. happening 17. A. read B. placed C. answered D. understood 18. A. forget B. show C. disagree D. admit 19. A. clean B. crowded C. fast D. light 20. A. bargain B. sale C accident D. result 10 Tim Becker and his neighbors are doing something to make their neighborhood a trouble-free area. When Tim Becker gets in his car to go shopping, he doesn’t __1__ drive to a store and back home. He always looks __2__ up and down the streets of his neighborhood. He looks for anything __3__ such as strange cars, loud noises, __4__ windows, or people gathering on street corners. Tim __5__ to a neighborhood watch group in Stoneville, Indiana, U.S.A. The neighborhood watch group __6__ on the third Wednesday of every month. That’s __7__ Tim gets together with about ten of his neighbors to discuss community __8__. Members of the neighborhood watch group want to help the police __9__ their homes, streets, and families safe. Tina Stedman, president of __10__ neighborhood watch group, agrees with Tim. “People seem to think that crime happens to other people but not __11__ them. Well, it’s never happened to me,” she said, “but I don't think anyone has the __12__ to steal from other people or to make them feel __13__ sitting in their own rooms.” Alex, a member of the group, said that all the neighbors __14__ out for one another. “We __15__ each other’s homes. We keep watch on the neighborhood at night and on weekends. Usually a __16__ of four or five of us goes out together. If something doesn’t look right, then we call the __17__. For example, if we notice a group of teenagers who seem to be looking __18__, or someone destroying property (财产), we report to the police.” Alex feels the neighborhood watch groups __19__ a lot in keeping crime down. Her husband Jim agrees. “Police are good people, but they can’t do __20__.” 1. A. yet B. still C. just D. rather 2. A. carefully B. clearly C. nervously D. coldly 3. A. familiar B. unusual C. expensive D. interesting

4. A. curtained 5. A. attends 6. A. meets 7. A. where 8. A. politics 9. A. keep 10. A. its 11. A. round 12. A. right 13. A. unlucky 14. A. set 15. A. care 16. A. group 17. A. judges 18. A. work 19. A. produce 20. A. anything 11

B. open B. belongs B. quarrels B. why B. wealth B. hold B. his B. on B. chance B. unsafe B. let B. enter B. set B. police B. burden B. find B. everything

C. old C. goes C. sings C. when C. health C. let C. their C. about C. courage C. disappointed C. hold C. watch C. number C. firemen C. service C. get C. harm

D. broken D. turns D. searches D. how D. safety D. protect D. your D. to D. mind D. discouraged D. look D. manage D. crowd D. doctors D. trouble D. help D. wrong

The telephone rang in the police station at Richmond, California, U.S.A.. “__1__? A train for Santa Fe hit a truck at the McDonald Street Crossing. Please __2__ there at once. With an ambulance, too. A man is badly __3__,” said an anxious voice of a young woman. “And you know I am the …” “__4__! Hi! Hi…” the policeman kept on shouting though the line was cut off. Within a minute, a police car and an ambulance __5__. Before long they got to the crossing, but they __6__ everything was fine. No accident, no injured man. “What a dirty __7__!” said the policemen __8__. “We must find out that bad __9__ and…” They were just talking about the __10__ when they heard the whistle of a train which was __11__ them quickly. All of a sudden, a truck appeared. It came __12__ towards them, too. When the truck was passing the crossing, it suddenly __13__ to move on. Right then and there, before they eyes of all the policemen __14__, the train hit the truck heavily and __15__ it dozens of meters away. When Randolph Bruce, the driver, was __16__ out of the damaged truck, he was seriously hurt just as the young woman had told __17__. As he was taken to the __18__ in time, his life was saved. Later the police did whatever they could to __19__ the woman who had telephoned them. It turned out that the woman was a very excellent police officer working far in the neighboring state, __20__ had got the first-hand information of this crime as described above. 1. A. Hospital B. First Aid Center C. Gas station D. Police station 2. A. call B. come C. go D. notice 3. A. beaten B. treated C. needed D. injured 4. A. Just a minute B. Don’t worry C. Go on D. Please wait 5. A. got ready B. started off C. came D. got there 6. A. realized B. found C. proved D. wondered 7. A. trick B. phone C. plan D. voice 8. A. nervously B. disappointedly C. angrily D. surprisingly 9. A. man B. woman C. child D. driver 10. A. trial B. warning C. program D. punishment 11. A. hearing B. carrying C. breaking D. rising 12. A. passing B. turning C. running D. rolling

13. A. refused 14. A. above 15. A. struck 16. A. pushed 17. A. on the phone 18. A. company 19. A. meet 20. A. who

B. stopped B. below B. met B. helped B. in the interview B. woman’s home B. punish B. that

C. continued C. alive C. caught C. let C. in the novel C. police station C. find C. which

D. began D. present D. missed D. asked D. on TV D. hospital D. arrest D. where

12 What do you know about the mysterious sea in the world? Most of us might have seen it. Others of us might have swum in it. We know that it __1__ very pretty when the sun is shining on it. We also know that it can be very __2__ whenever there is a strong wind. What __3__ things do we know about it? The first thing to remember is __4__ the sea is extremely big. When you study carefully the map of the world, you’ll __5__ there is more sea than land. The sea __6__ three quarters of the world! The sea is also unbelievably deep in __7__ places. Surely it is not deep everywhere. Some parts of the sea are rather shallow. but in some places the depth of the sea is terribly great. There is on pot, near Japan, where the sea is roughly 11 kilometers deep! The highest mountain in the world is about 9 kilometers high. If that mountain __8__ put into the sea at that place, there would be two kilometers of water above it! What a deep __9__! You know that the sea is salty. You can taste the __10__. Some parts of the sea are __11__ than other parts. There is one sea, called the Dead Sea, __12__ is very salty. It is so salty that swimmers cannot __13__. Fish cannot __14__ in the Dead Sea. What a strange sea! The sea can be very cold sometimes. Divers who __15__ deep down in the sea can experience this. __16__ the water may be warm. When the diver sinks __17__, the sea becomes colder and colder. At the same time another thing occurs. When the diver goes deeper, the __18__ presses down on him ore heavily. So the diver has to __19__ special clothes made of metal. Some people who desire to go very deep have got to use a very strong __20__ ship! 1. A. seemed B. appear C. looks D. become 2. A. rude B. rough C. smooth D. calm 3. A. other B. another C. else D. any 4. A. how B. which C. that D. what 5. A. find B. discover C. invent D. make 6. A. takes B. includes C. divides D. covers 7. A. all B. few C. any D. some 8. A. was B. is C. were D. are 9. A. ocean B. valley C. mountain D. place 10. A. food B. dish C. salt D. fish 11. A. sweeter B. more salty C. fresh D. more thirsty 12. A. which B. that C. where D. the place 13. A. live B. sink C. fly D. float 14. A. swim B. dive C. live D. die 15. A. stay B. live C. swim D. dive 16. A. In the middle B. On the top C. At the bottom D. Everywhere 17. A. forward B. upward C. downward D. backward 18. A. waves B. weighty C. waterfall D. water 19. A. take off B. be put on C. having on D. wear 20. A. diving B. swimming C. moving D. floating

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1-5 ABDBC 1-5 DCACD 1-5 CDCAB 1-5 BACDC 1-5 DBDCA 1-5 DCABD 1-6 BACCD 1-5 DCAB 1-5 DACAC 1-5 CABDB 1-5 DCDCB 1-5 CBACA

6-10 DADCA 6-10 DBBDC 6-10 BDABB 6-10 BBAAC 6-10 CABBD 6-10 CBDAC 6-10 ABABC 6-10 CBABD 6-10 BBCBA 6-10 ACDAC 6-10 BACBD 6-10 DDCDC

11-15 CABCA 11-15 CBDCB 11-15 ADDCB 11-15 BCADB 11-15 ACDAB 11-15 DDCDB 11-15 DDADB 11-15 CDACD 11-15 DBBCA 11-15 DABDC 11-15 ACADA 11-15 BABCD

16-20 CDABA 16-20 ACBAA 16-20 ADACD 16-20 CDDAD 16-20 CBDAC 16-20 CBDCA 16-20 BCDBC 16-20 BACBA 16-20 BCDAC 16-20 ABDDB 16-20 BADCA 16-20 BCDDA

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