一 One of my father's favorite 1 (say) as I was growing up was “Try it!” I couldn't say I didn't like something, 2 it might be, until after I tried it. Over the years I've come
to realize how much of my success I owe to my 3 (accept) of those words as one of my values. My first job was just one I decided to try for a couple of years until I determined what I wanted to do as a career . 4 (actual) I believed I would work for a few years, get 5 (marry), stay home and raise a family, so I didn't think the job I took mattered that much. I couldn't 6 more mistaken. I mastered the skills of that 7 (begin) level position and I was given the opportunity (机会) to move up through the company into 8 (differ) positions. I accepted each new opportunity with the thought, “Well, I'll try it; 9 I don't like it I can always go back to my 10 (early) position.” But I was with the same company for the past 28 years.
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Mum: (putting on her coat) I'm going to have to go down to the shop for more bread. Alan: Why? Mum: I'm not sure what 1 (happen). I made some sandwiches earlier and left them on the table 2 I went to answer the phone. But someone must have taken them because they're 3 (go). Alan: Oh, it must have been Dad. I'm sure he was in the kitchen 4 (early). Mum: No, he went off to his tennis match before I finished 5 (make) them, so he couldn't have done it. 6 , he couldn't carry a plate of sandwiches as well as all his tennis stuff, so I'm sure 7 wasn't him. Alan: (opening the fridge door) Well, it wasn't me. But Mum, look! Are these your sandwiches here on the bottom shelf of 8 fridge? Mum: Are they there? Oh, my goodness. I 9 (put) them in there when the phone rang. Oh, dear. I really must be losing my 10 . Now, why did I put on my coat?
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三 Last Monday, my father would be on a 1 (busy)trip for five days. Having gotten my promise of being great at home and taking care of my mother, he rest assured and put his luggage into the trunk of his car. ____2____(see) my father’s driving away, my mother and I waved our hands and said goodbye to him. For a moment, I began to miss my father, ____3_____(wish) that he would be safe and well the next days I thought everything would go well, as this was not the first time that my father _____4____(be)away for several days. Yet, —____5_____(fortunate), my mother caught a cold the next morning. Looking at her pale face, I _____6______(experience) high levels of anxiety. However, I told myself that I had to calm down and look after my mum, ____7_____I promised to my dad. The moment I got my mum to sleep, I put cold towel on her forehead, found pills in the medicine box, and made some noodles for her. Luckily, she woke up and felt ____8_____(good), after taking the pills and the noodles. _____9_____her fever was gone relieved and satisfied me a lot. In the next four days, I was taking her body temperature twice a day, ensuring that she was completely well. To our delight, my dad went back home safely and healthily on Saturday. On hearing _____10____I had done to my mum, he, as well as my mum, beamed at me and gave me a big thumb. Hearing their praises and seeing bright smiles on their faces, I really felt overjoyed and thrilled. Conceivably, taking care of my parents was, indeed and definitely, my mission and obligation。
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语篇型语法填空题的形式为：在一篇 200 词左右的语篇（短文或对话）中 留出 10 处空白，部分空白的后面给出单词的基本形式，要求考生根据上下 文填写空白处所需的内容或所提供单词的正确形式，所填写词语不得多于 3 个单词。考生须灵活运用语法知识，如单词词性、单词时态、名词单复 数、连接词、代词、冠词等判断各空白处应填写的内容。
Hi, Jim, there is an interesting picture conveying a message vividly that a difference 1 (between) reality and dream may as well be recognized in our life. Evidently, realizing 2 (achieve) our 4 3 (otherwise) nothing will be gotten in the end. In our daily life, this difference and trying to shorten this gap is the key to accomplishment,
some people are aware of their ability, making great efforts to improve themselves,
(while) others ignore the disparity between their earnest wish and poorest actuality, doing nothing but complaining. Conceivably, the confused man in the picture is exactly the latter one. In this picture, a man 5 (fish) on a big stone, waiting and waiting. 7 (face) , the small fish he has caught is totally different from the big one he is longing for. Now, there are two options in front of him: face the reality and keep trying the second one. Such a situation seems fairly common in our society. We influence on our way to 9 8 (till) get the dreamy fish, or drop his fishing rod and feel desperate. Apparently, he chooses with this kind of intriguing question all the time, and every choice we make has great (succeed). Making an accurate estimate of our realities and dreams, then sparing no efforts to approach the tip is the only option for us to make, provided that we are in great want of achieving our goals. __________(base) on the above statement, a conclusion will be arrived at that learning to accept the reality and adopting a positive attitude towards the dream is what we are supposed to do, when confronting our less-satisfying situation. 1. 6. 2. 7. 3. 8. 4. 9. 5. 10.
五 In the English Reading Week, one of my classmates recommended a quote to us, _____1_____ goes like this; "Your future depends on many things, 2 mostly on you." I can't agree 3 (much) with this view. It's true that our future 4 (determine) by many things, such as opportunities and help from others, but our own attitude, determination, 5 hard work play a more important role. In 6 words, we are the master of our own future. Take Abraham Lincoln, for example. He was born in a poor family, and only received a 7 (limit) education in his childhood. Yet through his painstaking efforts, he changed not only his own fate but also the history of America. 8 to this day. Lincoln ___9_____(regard) as one of the most inspiring figures in the world. 10 , I firmly believe that our future is in our own hands. 1. 6. 2. 7. 3. 8.
六 Dear Tom, How are you doing? You 1 (ask) me in your last letter about my plan for the coming summer vacation. I am sorry that I didn’t 2 _ delay. How I wish I 3 (read) and reply your email as soon as I received it. 4 , I was busy preparing for my final exam at that time, 5 is vital for me. As a result, I had no choice but 6 (focus) on my study completely. I believe that if you 7 (be) me, you would make the same choice。 By the way, I have a busy schedule for my summer vacation. First and foremost, I would do a part time job, so that my interpersonal skills 8 (improve). Additionally, I will take a short trip to Beijing to take a summer course in the New Oriental School. Last but not 9 (little), maybe I will work as a volunteer for the school as a teaching assistant. These are my plan for the summer vacation. What’s yours? I am looking 10__to your earliest reply.
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七 My deskmate admires my fluent English very much and I usually feel 1 (encourage) by his compliments. One day, 2 we learned the new word “eccentric” in class , we 3 (ask) to make a sentence with it. I volunteered to do it by saying “My deskmate is an eccentric b oy 4 clothes never fit him.” Hearing this, the whole class burst into 5 (laugh) and my deskmate’s face turned red. 6 class, I learned from the teacher that my deskmate 7 (drop) out of school if he hadn’t been helped by others. My mindless words must 8 (hurt) him deeply. Not until then did I realize words could be powerful in 9 positive and negative ways. We should avoid hurting others if we can’t always 10 (encourage) when we speak.
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八 No body language can be more attractive/ fascinating than smiling. Not only can a beautiful smile make 3 courage. A little boy great many people 5 6 (name) Lang Zheng, for instance, impressed and encouraged a a serious earthquake happened in Wen Chuan. Right after he 8 (sad). 9
(us) happy, but also it enables others to feel 2 4
a smile is so powerful that it gives people
(suffer) from disasters great
(rescue) by the soldiers from the ruins, he saluted and smiled to them. His smile was like sunshine which warmed people who were in and difficult. It is suggested that we 1. 6. 2. 7. It is safe/ no exaggeration to say that without smile our life 10 (smile) as much as possible. 3. 8. 4. 9. (be )colorless
The story is about 2
九 1 Sam felt about his first boarding school life. 3 (deal) with
a child, he never left his parents, so he didn’t get used to
everything in school independently. Once I had a similar experience. I finished my junior middle school in a boarding school. At the age of 13, I taking care of money etc, 5 4 dealt with the daily things, such as washing clothes, I felt lonely because I hardly knew any people. At first, I 6 (be) on
could not get on well with my classmates and I always looked forward to gradually adapted 7
holiday to meet my parents. I could not concentrate on my subjects. As time went by, I (me) to the school life. I made several friends with our 8 enjoyed my school life. 10 instructive and classmates and often took part in the activities, in which I improved my communicating skills. As I had a lot of interesting things to do, I Now, unforgettable. 1. 6. 2. 7. 3. 8. 4. 9. 5. 10. 9 I think of my first boarding school life, I think
十 Last week, our class was 1 duty in the cafeteria for student self-management. On the first day, I 2 (shock) to see so much leftover food thrown away by students. What a waste! Being concerned about it, my classmates and I had a 3 (heat) discussion on how 4 (solve) the problem. Lots of good ideas came up, such as holding class meetings, putting up wall newspapers and charging a fine for wasting food. Finally, we all agreed that wall newspaper would be 5 (good) choice. The next day, we put our idea into reality. Towards lunch time, we put up a wall newspaper outside the school cafeteria, 6 (call) on students not to waste food. Many students gathered around to read and 7 (express) their support. To my great delight, there were changes soon. In the cafeteria, I found the trays returned after lunch all empty 8 any leftover. Food 9 (save) and the dining hall was cleaner. Seeing this, I felt relieved and proud of 10 we had done. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.
十一 In recent years, learning Chinese 1 (become) popular among people around the world. Last month, I 2 (receive )an email from my cousin Jack in Canada. He said he was enthusiastic about Chinese, and asked me to find him some books 3 (intend) for Chinese beginners. I was very pleased to do 4 a favor. So I went from one bookstore to 5 , hoping to find something suitable for him. 6 I selected a set of Chinese textbooks among a variety of similar ones. Then I went to a post office to have them 7 (deliver) by air without delay. Several days later, I received Jack’s email, 8 (say) that he really appreciated the books I 9 (send). I’m very glad that Jack is beginning to learn Chinese just like many other foreigners abroad, 10 I know it may be an enjoyable challenge for him. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.
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