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    来源: 重庆市铜梁县第一中学2016-2017学年高二3月月考英语试题Word版含答案.doc

        Parenting is a constant process of improvement.

    As a mother, I believed my children were old enough to clean their rooms. But they thought _41__. My complaints were__42__ on deaf ears. It often happened that a whole afternoon's shouting__43___ end with their tears. I realized I needed to_44_ my methods of “mothering”.

    One day while they were at school, I had great fun tidying their  45 . On their desks, in plain  46  .I left the cards “Dear Bill (the other card was  47  to Sarah) , your room was messy and I'm sure you like it clean. Love, the House Fairy. ”  48 arriving back, the children were  49  excited to receive the notes from the House Fairy. The next day, their rooms were fairly tidy.    50   , there was another note waiting for them, thanking them for their nice “gift” of a clean room and 51  asking them to play a certain violin piece. Each day,  52  notes would be written differently to keep the ideas  53  .

    Sometimes the House Fairy would propose a little  54  . “If you can finish your homework and  55  your lessons before dinner, I' d like to watch a particular television program with you tonight. ” Sometimes some colored markers or other little items would be left in  56  of well-done jobs.  57  I can’t remember how long “the House Fairy” continued leaving her love notes. When they were older, we used various versions of Post-Its. The bathroom mirror became the  58  center of our home. Appointments, lesson schedules, and changes in plans could be posted.

    We all benefited from and 59__ the idea of sharing reminders and daily details of life through notes. I believe the true advantage of the House Fairy notes survives in our  60  and enjoyable communication.

    41.  A. similarly       B. doubtfully     C. otherwise    D. carefully

    42.  A.   climbing   B. finding     C. keeping  D. landing   

    43.  A. would     B. must              C. could         D. should    

    44.  A. addict        B. adjust        C. adapt          D. adopt

    45.  A. pillows       B. bookshelves    C. rooms            D. beds

    46.  A. sight        B. words        C. speech             D. feeling

    47.  A. sent      B. delivered    C. read            D. addressed 

    48.  A. At           B. On           C. Of              D . Before  

    49.  A. rather than   B. more than   C. less than            D. other than   

    50.  A. Believe it or not                 B. Generally speaking

    C. In a word                       D. As a matter of fact

    51.  A. gratefully        B. toughly        C. gently            D .politely

    52.  A. thank-you     B. goodbye     C. invitation     D. greeting

    53.  A. boring            B. fresh               C. unbelievable    D. slight

    54.  A. problem         B. advice       C. question      D. challenge 

     55.A. go with          B. go over        C. look into         D .look up

    56.  A. case           B. answer          C. praise         D . honor         

    57.  A. Actually           B. Constantly         C. Immediately   D. Especially

    58.  A. life             B. memory        C . reminder         D .appointment

    59.  A. learned       B. appreciate    C. thanked       D. shared    

    60.  A. fluent     B. familiar           C. frequent          D.       fundamental

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    来源: 浙江省东阳中学2017届高三3月阶段性考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    University Can Wait

       I was on my way to the library to do some studying for history class.That’s when I saw my friend and her family  __36__   on doors.

       As I was standing   __37__   one housemy friends brother walked past me and went to the door of the house.When the resident    __38__I heard him say,“Excuse meI am   __39__   money for my mom.She needs to have   __40__   but we dont have enough money.Could you please   __41__  with a donation?”The lady gave him some    __42__  and he said,“Thank you so muchGod bless you. Then he walked on to the next house.

    I could see he didnt have much and I also saw he had been __43__

        __44__  going to the libraryI went to the bank.I told her I wanted to  __45__  all my savings.The lady in the bank said to me,“ButsweetieI thought you were going to use that money to go to  __46__.” I told her something else  __47__   so she gave me the money.Then I walked to my friend’s house.

        They had only raised nine hundred and sixtytwo dollarswhich wasnt   __48__   a quarter of what they needed.I told my friend to   __49__  my money.When she saw it she    __50__    straight away it was my university money.The idea of going to university had been a very   __51__   one for me—__52__ I got accepted—but she needed the money more than I did.It was this  __53__ of money that could save her mother’s life.

        I hope all goes well for her and her family.My love and  __54__ go out to them.Leo Tolstoy once said,“Nothing can make our lifeor the lives of other peoplemore beautiful than permanent  __55__.”

    36A.meeting          Bwaiting            Cknocking              Dquarreling

    37A.inside              Babove             Cbehind                 Doutside

    38A.replied            Bunderstood    Cclosed                 Danswered

    39A.raising            Baccumulating  Cincreasing           Dmaking

    40A.health             Bsurgery          Cexamination                Dbreak

    41A.provide           Bhelp                Cdeal                     Dcompete

    42A.advice             Bmedicine        Ccoins                   Dfood

    43A.laughing                Brunning          Cthinking               Dcrying

    44A.Instead of              BRegardless of       COther than           DExcept for

    45A.deposit           Bdonate           Cwithdraw              Dcollect

    46A.university               Bcompany        Ctheatre                       Dwork

    47A.held up           Bcame up         Cput up                  Dtook up

    48A.even                      Balready         Cstill                       Dever

    49A.return             Bconsider       Ctake                     Dpay

    50A.received                Brefused          Crealized               Dadmitted

    51A.disappointing         Bdepressing            Cappealing     Drealistic

    52A.assessing              Badvocating     Cappointing    Dassuming

    53A.kind                       Bitem                Cshare            Dsum

    54A.imagination     Bprayers          Cideas            Dstories

    55A.honesty          Bkindness        Cresponsibility        Dcourage

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    来源: 西藏日喀则市第一高级中学2016-2017学年高一上学期期末考试英语试题 Word版含答案.rtf

    The earth is our home. We must take care of it. Life today is easier than it was __1__ years ago, but it has brought some new problems. One of the biggest problems is pollution. We can see it, smell it, drink it and even hear it.

    Man has polluted the __2__. The more people, the more pollution. Many years ago, the problem was not so serious because there were not so __3__ people. When the land was used up or the river was not clean in a place, man went to __4__ place. Now man is slowly polluting the whole world.

    __5__ pollution is still the most serious, it’s bad for __6__ things in the world. Many countries don’t let people burn __7__ for air in the houses and factories in the city. Pollution by SO2 is now the most dangerous kind of air pollution. It’s caused by heavy traffic. People say it’s __8__ to ride bikes. When you are riding, there is no pollution. But even in developed countries, most people don’t go to work by bike. It’s not because bikes are expensive or people are tired if they ride to work. It’s because the number of cars on the roads becomes larger. So more people __9__ their bikes and go to work by car, then things are getting worse and worse. We should have special roads only for bikes and make it __10__ difficult and expensive for drivers to take their cars into the city that they will go back to using their bikes. 

      1. A. hundred   B. hundreds of     C. hundred of    D. hundreds

      2. A. moon      B. star                  C. earth                      D. sun 

      3. A. lot           B. little                 C. many              D. much

      4. A. others     B. the others       C. the other         D. another

      5. A. Air            B. Food               C. Water             D. Noise

      6. A. life            B. live                  C. living               D. lives

      7. A. something bad B. bad something C. something good D. good something

      8. A. least               B. best                 C. most                      D. worst

      9. A. put on     B. look at             C. put away               D. look up 

      10. A. suite       B. such                      C. very                D. so 

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    来源: 上海市十四校2017届高三上学期第一阶段教学调研联考英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

     “Achievement Gap” Closing Slightly for Young Students in U.S.

    Within many education systems, wealthier students often test better than poorer ones, which, to education experts, is often called the “achievement gap.”

    Sean Reardon is a professor of poverty and  41  in education at Stanford. He studied children and how they prepare for kindergarten classes. He also looked at how their preparation has changed since the 1990s. He found  42  that from 1998 to 2010 the achievement gap closed a little.

    One way to reduce the gap is to offer pre-kindergarten  43  to very young children.

    Education experts and some politicians have long  44  for pre-kindergarten classes for all young children. In fact, it has been a  45  heard on the political campaign trail universal pre-kindergarten classes for all 3- and 4-year-olds.

    Such classes are already being offered in some areas around the United States, including the U.S. capital, Washington, D.C.  46 , education reformers may want to look to Washington as a role model.

    Vincent Gray, former mayor of the District of Columbia, wrote the legislation for universal pre-K when he was chairman of the D.C. Council. His  47  gave parents of all children in Washington the choice to begin school at either age 3 or 4. The pre-K programs are not a  48  in the city. Parents can still choose what is best for their family. But many parents are choosing education.

    However, there are theories that say a child does not need schooling at the age of 3 and 4. If we are looking at test results, Finland  49  the United States and most other countries in mathematics, reading and science. Yet Finnish children do not start school until age 7.

    Perhaps there is not a one-size-fits-all answer. Perhaps different children need school at different times. Generally, wealthier parents have more  50  resources to help their children. Educated parents wealthy or not may know how to use the resources that are available to them. For example, they may take their children to free events at a public library or recreation center. Washington, D.C. also has many museums with free  51 .

    Perhaps children who grow up with these types of activities don’t need to start attending school at age 3. However, children who are growing up in what Vincent Gray calls socio-economically  52  situations may not have access to such activities. For some families, he says, starting school at age 3 can be a game changer.

    Pre-kindergarten classes do more than  53  the child. They also bring parents and caregivers into the schools. This point of contact, explains Gray, is a valuable time to educate families.

    A federal study found that,  54 , parent involvement increased with such contacts. But it increased even more among  55  parents. It shows schools offer a place where conversations with these parents can happen.

    41.

    A. efficiency

    B. inequality

    C. convenience

    D. independence

    42.

    A. critically

    B. terribly

    C. firmly

    D. surprisingly

    43.

    A. projects

    B. actions

    C. programs

    D. materials

    44.

    A. desired

    B. pushed

    C. demanded

    D. promoted

    45.

    A. promise

    B. potential

    C. possibility

    D. proportion

    46.

    A. In fact

    B. For example

    C. As a result

    D. On the contrary

    47.

    A. figure

    B. measure

    C. feature

    D. portrait

    48.

    A. freedom

    B. option

    C. requirement

    D. need

    49.

    A. beats

    B. wins

    C. conquers

    D. overcomes

    50.

    A. economical

    B. political

    C. natural

    D. financial

    51.

    A. permission

    B. admission

    C. expression

    D. impression

    52.

    A. rich

    B. secure

    C. challenging

    D. dangerous

    53.

    A. support

    B. entertain

    C. excite

    D. educate

    54.

    A. generally

    B. especially

    C. definitely

    D. rarely

    55.

    A. well-paid

    B. highly-cultivated

    C. well-educated

    D. low-income

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    来源: 山东省淄博市第七中学2016-2017学年高一3月月考英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    A Race Against Death

    It was a cold January in 1925 in North Alaska. The town was cut off from the rest of the world due to heavy snow.

    On the 20th of that month, Dr.Welch   41   a Sick boy, Billy, and knew he had diphtheria, a deadly infectious(传染的)disease mainly affecting children. The children of Nome would be  42  if it struck the town. Dr.Welch needed medicine as soon as possible to stop other kids from getting sick.   43  , the closest supply was over 1,000 miles away, in Anchorage.

    How could the medicine get to Nome? The town`s  44  was already full of ice, so it couldn`t come by ship. Cars and horses couldn`t travel on the   45  roads. Jet airplanes and big trucks didn`t exist yet.

      46  January 26, Billy and three other children had died. Twemty more were   47  . Nome`s town officials came up with a(n)  48  . They would have the medicine sent by   49   from Anchorage to Nenana. From there, dogeled(狗拉雪橇)drivers—known as “mushers”—would   50  it to Nome in a relay(接力).

    The race began on January 27. The first musher, Shannon, picked up the medicine from the train at Nenana and rode all night.  51  he handed the medicine to the next musher, Shannon`s face was black from the extreme cold.

    On January 31, a musher named Seppala had to   52  a frozen body of water called Norton Sound. It was the most  53  part of the journey. Norton Sound was covered with ice, which could sometimes break up without warning. If that happened, Seppala might fall into the icy water below. He would  54  , and so would the sick children of Nome. But Seppala made it across.

       A huge snowstorm hit on February 1. A musher named Kaasen had to brave this storm. At one point, huge piles of sonw blocked his 55  . He had to leave the trail (雪橇痕迹)to get around them. Conditions were so bad that it was impossible for him to  56  the trail again. The only hope was Balto, Kaasen’s lead dog, Balto put his nose to the ground,  57   to find the smell of other dogs that had traveled on the trail. If Balto failed, it would mean disaster for Nome. The minutes passed by. Suddenly, Balto began to  58  . He had foung the trail.

       At 5:30 am on February 2, Kaasen and his dog   59  in Nome. Within minutes, Dr.Welch had the medicine. He quickly gave it to the sick children. All of them recoverd.

       Nome had been  60  .

    41. A.examined          B.warned            C.interviewed               D.cured

    42. A.harmless           B.helpless             C. fearless                   D.careless

    43. A.Moreover           B.Therefore           C.Otherwise               D.However

    44. A.airport               B.station                C. harbor                      D.border

    45. A.narrow                 B. snowy                C.busy                         D.dirty

    46. A.From                    B.On                        C.By                              D.After

    47. A.tired                       B.upset                  C. pale                          D.sick

    48. A.plan                      B.excuse               C.message                  D.topic

    49. A.air                          B.rail                       C. sea                           D.road

    50. A.carry                    B.return                  C. mail                           D.give

    51. A.Though                B.Since                  C. When                        D.If

    52. A.enter                     B.move                   C. visit                          D.cross

    53. A.shameful              B.boring                 C.dangerous             D.foolish

    54. A.escape                B.bleed                    C. swim                        D.die

    55. A.memory               B.exit                      C.way                          D.destination

    56. A.find                       B.fix                         C. pass                         D.change

    57. A.pretending         B.trying                  C. asking                     D.learning

    58. A.run                        B.leave                   C. bite                           D.play

    59. A.gathered              B.stayed                C. camped                   D.arrived

    60. A.controlled             B.saved                  C.founded           D.developed

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    来源: 河南省太康县第一高级中学2016-2017学年高一下学期第一次月考英语试题(word版).doc

    Do you hate to get your hands dirty? When I see my 10-year-old son 41 the dirty plates in the sink or my 8 year-old daughter cringing( ) at the wet sand clinging ( ) to her hands, I am reminded of a time when I was   42  to get my hands a little dirty.

    My parents owned a 500-acre       43       in Montana when I was young. I'd often come home

    from school to find a/an 44 lamb or a calf being bottle-fed in the basement. One exceptionally cold day, I was     45     the sheep with my mother in the ranch when she spied a ewe( 母  羊  )    46 . The poor thing was trying to 47  her baby lamb and needed our help. My mother calmly held the ewe's head and   48   me to grab hold of the two protruding(突出 ) legs.

    I hesitated, and must have had quite a look of  49   on my young face. The slimy little things were    50     not something I wanted to touch. But I worked up my     51     and wrapped my fingers around them. I can still recall the feel of the 52  delicate legs and their sharp little hooves(蹄子 ) as if it happened yesterday.

    My heart 53 in fear and excitement as I pulled with all my strength. The lamb was delivered with an outpouring, and I'd never seen  54  so beautiful. I was no   55   to see ranch animals being born, but to have a hand 56 it was something I cherished then and will cherish forever.

    Looking back, I'm so glad that I didn't 57 to get my hands dirty. 58 I had, the miraculous moment and the precious memory would have been lost. These days I try to instill( )  that life lesson into my own 59 . Sometimes you need to get your hands a little dirty to experience something   60   and pure.

    41.   A. throwing             B. wasting                    C. washing                   D. avoiding

    42.   A. unwilling             B. delighted                   C. thrilled                     D. content

    43.   A. garden                 B. ranch                       C. yard                         D. field

    44.   A. newborn              B. energetic                  C. strong                      D. fierce

    45.   A. watching over      B. spying on                 C. checking on              D. picking out

    46.   A. in peace              B. in silence                  C. in operation              D. in trouble

    47.   A. raise                   B. bear                         C. feed                         D. hug

    48.   A. requested             B. promised                  C. instructed                 D. indicated

    49.   A. panic                  B. anxiety                     C. delight                      D. excitement

    50.   A. almost                 B. possibly                    C. definitely                  D. approximately

    51.   A. affection              B. patience                    C. confidence                D. courage

    52.   A. unbearable           B. unexpected               C. unfortunate               D. uncomfortable

    53.   A. broke                  B. rolled                       C.dropped                    D. beat

    54.   A. nothing                B. anything                   C. something                 D. everything

    55.   A. stranger               B. specialist                  C. reporter                    D. acquaintance

    56.   A. in                       B. on                            C. over                         D. at

    57.   A. hesitate                B. tend                         C. refuse                      D. bother

    58.   A. Even if                B. When                       C. Unless                      D. If

    59.   A. relatives               B. children                    C. friends                     D. colleagues

    60.   A. embarrassing       B. confusing                 C. entertaining               D. amazing

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    来源: 江苏省南京市、盐城市2017届高三第二次模拟考试 英语 Word版含答案.doc

    Order is the best manager of time. It illustrates many subjects. Thus, obedience to the natural law is order. Virtue is order. The world began with it.   36   was once common before its establishment.

       The merchant, the clerk and the laborer are all of the same   37  , born with the same expectations and affected by similar influences. They are, it is   38  , born in different positions, but it   39   with themselves whether they shall live nobly or evilly. They may not have their choice of riches or poverty, but they have their   40   of being good or evil.

       People of the highest position,   41   culture and education, have often as great hardships as the common people. They have to make their incomes go much further. They have to   42   their social status.   43   their incomes may be less satisfactory, they are desperate to   44   and bring the children up as gentlemen.

       Hume, a famous historian, was a man of good family but his   45   were very small when he was young. In his autobiography, he uses his own case as a(n)   46   of the advantages of frugality (节省). Despite a considerable debt, his mother, a widow,   47   met the difficulties and eventually overcame them. Though her income was less than that of many highly paid men, she educated her children well and brought them up   48 

    Hume says, “While studying in France, I   49   that plan of life which I have steadily and successfully pursued. I determined to make a   50   frugality supply of my shortage of fortune and to   51   my independence.” At thirty-six he thought himself rich. These are his own words: “My appointments, with my frugality, had helped me reach a fortune which made me   52  .

    Goethe says, “It doesn’t matter within what circle an honest man acts, provided he knows how to

      53   that circle.” “What is the best government?” Goethe asks, “That which teaches us to   54   

    ourselves! Let every one only do the right in his place, without   55   himself about the confusion of the world.”

    36.   A. Chaos                B. Offence                    C. Punishment                     D. Condemnation

    37.   A. origin                 B. race                         C. nature                      D. interest

    38.   A. hopeful                     B. strange                     C. vital                         D. true

    39.   A. agrees                B. rests                        C. corresponds                    D. conflicts

    40.   A. idea                   B. option                      C. freedom                   D. intention

    41.   A. in defence of      B. in course of                     C. in anticipation of              D. in respect of

    42.   A. give up               B. depend on                 C. look for                    D. keep up

    43.   A. Since                 B. Though                    C. Unless                      D. When

    44.   A. educate                     B. encourage                 C. blame                       D. spoil

    45.   A. ambitions           B. achievements            C. means                      D. contributions

    46.   A. assurance           B. consequence             C. illustration         D. criterion

    47.   A. bravely               B. stubbornly                C. sharply                     D. tentatively

    48.   A. faithfully            B. plainly                      C. gratefully                  D. virtuously

    49.   A. proposed            B. made                        C. discussed                 D. approved

    50.   A. rigid                   B. casual                      C. liberal                       D. flexible

    51.   A. balance                     B. restore                            C. value                        D. maintain

    52.   A. attractive            B. proud                       C. independent              D. knowledgeable

    53.   A. fit in                  B. move in                    C. end in                      D. engage in

    54.   A. protect               B. justify                      C. govern                            D. display

    55.   A. questioning         B. troubling                   C. scolding                   D. abandoning

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    来源: 广东省江门市培英高级中学2017届高三下学期英语3月月考试题 Word版含答案.doc

        One dark stormy night an elderly couple hurried into a hotel and asked whether they could be  36  for the night." I’m very sorry,” the clerk on night shift said politely, "we are all  37   tonight  38  ,you

    could stay in my room if you don't mindI’m  39  , so I'll be here“ The young man gave the sincere advice

          The elderly couple accepted his  40  with gratitudeThey apologized for the  41  they had caused himThe next day, the rain stopped and it  42  When the old gentleman went to pay his bill, the same clerk said" The room you and your wife stayed in is not a proper  43  room in this hotel, so you don't need to pay

        The old gentleman nodded in   44  :  “You are an employee that every boss in the hotel business would dream ofPerhaps someday I’ll build a hotel for you”The clerk was__45  but, deciding that the

    guest must have been  46  , he gave the remark  47  thought

        Two years later, the young man received a registered letter from the old gentleman, in which he 48  the experience of that dark stormy nightThe letter also  49  a formal invitation, asking that young man to pay a visit

        At a street comer in Manhattan, the young man met his  50  guestThe old gentleman, pointing

    to a magnificent new building__51  over the crossroads, said, "Look, that is the hotel I  52  to build for youI hope you will  53  it for meRemember what I said then? Well, I was  54  about it

        The young man stammered, "Butwill there be any  55  ,sir?  Why do you choose me? And who are you?"

        “My name is William Aster”This building was none other than the Waldorf Astoria Hotel, a symbol of supreme status and honor in New York

    36A put up                   B put away               C stay up                 D set up

    37A preserved            B conserved             C booked                 D occupied

    38A Meanwhile            B Moreover              C Otherwise             D However

    39A on duty                 B on display              C on stage                D on hand

    40A service                  B view                     C offer                     D invitation

    41A instruction             B consideration         C inconvenience        D interruption

    42A cleared away         B picked out             C cleaned up             D cleared up

    43A living                    B double                   C admirable              D  luxury

    44A appreciation           B admiration             C surprise                D excitement

    45A excited                  B skeptical                C annoyed                D respectful

    46Alacking                   B covering                C joking                   D cheating

    47A not more               B no more                C some                    D another

    48A described              B stated                    C recited                  D recalled

    49A swapped               B included                C attached                D added

    50A former                  B original                  C formal                  D primitive

    51A displaying              B towering               C flying                    D climbing

    52A determined            B promised               C tended                  D intended

    53A get                       B keep                     C manage                 D make

    54A sensitive                B concerned             C curious                 D serious

    55A scene                    B situation                C condition               D occasion

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    来源: 英语试题.doc

    As Christmas is coming, there are presents to be bought, cards to be sent, and rooms to be cleaned. Parents are  41  with difficult jobs of hiding presents from curious young children. If the gifts are large, this is sometimes a real  42  . On Christmas Eve, young children find the excitement almost unbearable. They are torn between the wish to go to bed early so that Father Christmas will bring their presents quickly and the wish to  43  up late so that they will not  44  the fun. The wish for gifts usually proves stronger. But though children go to bed early, they often lie  45  for a long time, hoping to get a short  46  at Father Christmas.

    Last Christmas, my wife and I  47  hid a few large presents in the storeroom. I  48  the moment when my son, Jimmy, would  49  me where that new bike had come from, but  50  he did not see it.

    On Christmas Eve,  51  took the children hours to go to sleep. It must have been nearly  52  when my wife and I went quietly into their room and began  53  stockings. Then I pushed in the  54  I bought for Jimmy and left it beside the Christmas tree. We knew we would not get much sleep that night, for the children were  55  to get up early. At about five o’clock the next morning, we were  56  by loud sounds coming from the children’s room — they were shouting excitedly!  57  I had time to get out of bed, young Jimmy came riding into the room on his new bike, and his sister, Mary, followed close behind pushing her new baby carriage.  58  the baby arrived. He moved  59  the hands and knees into the room dragging a large balloon behind him. Suddenly it burst. That woke us up  60  . The day had really begun with a band(巨响) !

    41. A. faced         B. met                  C. filled               D. pleased

    42. A. question       B. matter                C. problem             D. business

    43. A. get           B. stay                  C. stand              D. wake

    44. A. lose          B. break                C. miss         D. leave

    45. A. awake        B. wake               C. asleep               D. sleep

    46. A. glance         B. stare               C. glare                D. watch

    47. A. hopefully        B. absolutely     C. delightedly    D. successfully

    48. A. liked          B. feared              C. surprised             D. hated

    49. A. answer         B. doubt              C. ask                 D. search

    50. A. absolutely       B. unluckily      C. possibly      D. fortunately

    51. A. it              B. they               C. I                  D. we

    52. A. morning         B. midnight      C. evening             D. daybreak

    53. A. filling            B. sewing             C. mending      D. preparing

    54. A. present         B. stocking            C. bike                D. tree

    55. A. going          B. sure                C. glad                D. excited

    56. A. troubled        B. frightened     C. woken               D. shocked

    57. A. Before          B. After               C. Until                D. Since

    58. A. Even           B. And               C. Soon               D. Then

    59. A. with           B. on                 C. over                D. by

    60. A. all             B. nearly        C. happily               D. completely

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    来源: 山东省滕州市第十一中学17届高三上学期英语寒假作业自测题(一) Word版含答案.doc

       Grandma lost her husband long ago, and I knew very little about my grandfather other than what a wonderful man he had been to anyone who had known him.

        That afternoon, I ___21___ myself standing in front of an old wooden box with my grandmother by my side. The box hadn't been opened in years. Grandma had been ___22___ opening it, which was sure to be a(n) ___23___ experience.

        The moment the air hit the wooden box's inside, a strong flow of wood smell made its way to our ___24___. As my grandmother ___25___ the first item out of its tomb, I could see that the piece of clothing was very old, but at the same time it ___26___ very new. It was my grandfather's wool flying ___27___ from World War II. Grandma hugged it to her ___28___ for several moments before holding it out in front of her, as if she could see my grandfather ___29___ it. I simply sat and watched, waiting for her to tell me about it and about ___30___.

        Grandpa had been a pilot during the war. ___31___ Grandpa first decided to fly, his dream had been to man bomber planes; he ___32___ wanted to be on the frontline of the air defense. After taking the appropriate instruction, he was ___33___ from the bombing corps(轰炸队) because of his imperfect eyesight, and his dream was over. For Grandma, this was her dream come true; Grandpa's chances of returning home ___34___ to his new wife and daughter were much ___35___ with his new job as a liaison pilot(非作战飞机飞行员).

        As my grandmother told my grandfather's ___36___, she mindlessly examined his jacket, putting her hand down one sleeve, turning to see its back, and sticking her fingers ___37___ each lined pocket. In the breast pocket of my grandfather's jacket was a small black and white ___38___. It was my smiling grandfather standing in front of his large plane, his "Little Louise," which was ___39___ on the plane's nose. I knew ___40___ that the plane's nickname(昵称) was a loving reference to my grandmother, whose given name was Louise.

    21. A. found  B. felt   C. saw   D. heard

    22. A. keeping on    B. taking up  C. putting off D. setting out

    23. A. social B. physical  C. individual D. emotional

    24. A. mouths  B. ears   C. eyes   D. noses

    25. A. pressed B. lifted  C. threw   D. pushed

    26. A. grew  B. sounded  C. smelt   D. appeared

    27. A. flag  B. hat   C. jacket  D. blanket

    28. A. chest  B. head   C. side   D. shoulder

    29. A. wearing  B. washing  C. cleaning  D. sewing

    30. A. her  B. him  C. us   D. you

    31. A. Because B. Though  C. If   D. When

    32. A. carelessly B. kindly   C. desperately D. hardly

    33. A. flown B. removed C. delivered   D. transported

    34. A. secretly B. bravely   C. safely  D. proudly

    35. A. higher  B. smaller   C. brighter   D. darker

    36. A. story  B. novel   C. fiction   D. poem

    37. A. through  B. over    C. onto    D. into

    38. A. film  B. photo  C. button   D. tie

    39. A. painted B. described  C. indicated   D. created

    40. A. constantly B. instantly C. occasionally   D. frequently

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    来源: 山东省滕州市第三中学2017届高三英语寒假作业自测题(一) Word版含答案.doc

        Years ago, I drove into a service station to get some gas. It was a beautiful day, and I was feeling great. As I walked into the station to ___21___ the gas, the owner said to me, "How do you feel?" That seemed like a ___22___ question, but I felt fine and told him ___23___.

        "You don't look well," he replied. This ___24___ me completely by surprise. A little less ___25___, I told him that I had never felt better. Without ___26___, he continued to tell me how bad I looked and that my skin appeared ___27___.

        By the time I left the service station, I was feeling a little ___28___. About a block away, I ___29___ to the side of the road to look at my face in the mirror. How did I feel? Was I sick? Was everything all right? By the time I got home, I was beginning to feel a little ill. Did I have hepatitis(肝炎)? Had I ___30___ some rare disease?

        The next time I went into that gas station, feeling fine again, I ___31___ what had happened. The place had recently been painted a bright yellow, and the light ___32___ off the walls made everyone inside look as though they had hepatitis! I wondered how many other folks had ___33___ the way I did. I had let one short conversation with a total stranger change my ___34___ for an entire day. He told me I looked sick, and before long, I was ___35___ feeling sick. That single ___36___ observation had a strong effect on the way I felt and ___37___.

        A little while later I saw how ___38___ the incident was, although on that day when the man had told me how ill I looked, I was ___39___ frightened. I wonder how many other people that man had told they were ill ___40___ he realized that the service station had had a paint job!

    21. A. ask for   B. search for   C. hope for   D. pay for

    22. A. strange   B. simple   C. common   D. familiar

    23. A. this    B. not    C. so    D. such

    24. A. made   B. put    C. caused    D. took

    25. A. anxiously  B. confidently  C. carefully   D. seriously

    26. A. doubt   B. certainty  C. hesitation   D. difficulty

    27. A. pale   B. yellow    C. brown    D. colorless

    28. A. positive   B. relaxed    C. unconscious   D. uneasy

    29. A. pulled over   B. pushed in  C. got across   D. ran over

    30. A. taken up   B. picked up  C. referred to   D. recovered from

    31. A. made sure   B. thought up  C. called up   D. figured out

    32. A. reflecting   B. shining    C. coming   D. falling

    33. A. impressed   B. influenced   C. behaved   D. reacted

    34. A. idea   B. mind    C. attitude   D. plan

    35. A. completely   B. naturally  C. actually   D. easily

    36. A. strange    B. careful    C. opposite   D. negative

    37. A. did    B. performed  C. acted    D. worked

    38. A. annoying   B. funny    C. boring   D. disappointing

    39. A. never   B. ever    C. really    D. hardly

    40. A. after   B. before    C. until    D. when

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    来源: 山东省济宁市2016-2017学年高一上学期期末考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    When Mrs. Delgado asked her daughter Sonia to bring muffins (松饼) to a sick neighbor, Sonia said sure. But when Sonia   41   who the neighbor was, she was not so sure. The neighbor’s name was Mrs. Craverham, and kids in the neighborhood said she was the   42   person who ever lived.

    Sonia walked up the path to Mrs. Craverham’s. She did not   43   the idea of anyone being sick and alone, but what if the kids were   44   ? A girl in Sonia’s science class said that Mrs. Craverham had poked () her with a stick last Halloween. Sometimes people heard   45   and moans (呻吟声) coming from inside. And a boy in Sonia’s math class said Mrs. Craverham had hung him upside down and painted him yellow when he    46   kicked a soccer ball onto her lawn.   47   between wanting to help someone   48    and not wanting to come home a different color, Sonia decided to be    49   .

    Finally Sonia   50   the door. After a few moments r Mrs. Craverham answered the door and    51   in a rough tone, “Who are you? What are you doing here?”

    Sonia said   52   , “My mother heard you were   53   She baked you muffins.”

    Mrs. Craverham   54   , “My, that’s sweets I’m sorry if I seemed   55   but young people sometimes dare each other to come to my door   56   they think Pm going to do something to them. As soon as I answer the door, they   57   laughing or play a trick on me.”

       58   , Sonia heard a loud howl (嚎叫)Mrs. Craverham   59   as Sonia jumped. “Oh, that’s just Norbert, my parrot. He’s watched too many scary movies —like you, I think!” Then Sonia came to   60   that people are not always what they seem.

    41. A. found out         B. sorted out  C. let out     D. carried out

    42. A. oldest      B. poorest          C. meanest         D. ugliest

    43. A. share       B. like             C. give            D. receive

    44. A. disappointed B. angry            C. right           D. strict

    45. A. cries       B. cheers           C. laughter        D. argument

    46. A. happily     B. easily           C. calmly          D. accidentally

    47. A. Frightened  B. Concerned        C. Puzzled         D. Amazed

    48. A. at hand     B. in need          C. in danger       D. at sight

    49. A. clever      B. stubborn         C. brave           D. funny

    50. A. knocked on  B. broke down       C. pulled          D. shut

    51. A. explained   B. demanded         C. requested       D. asked

    52. A. cheerfully  B. sincerely        C. shyly           D. excitedly

    53. A. afraid      B. tired            C. ill             D. sad

    54. A. agreed      B. relaxed          C. added           D. stopped

    55. A. dishonest   B. impatient        C. nervous         D. rude

    56. A. because     B. while            C. although        D. unless

    57. A. show up     B. run off          C. move on         D. set out

    58. A. Suddenly    B. Certainly        C. Naturally       D. Possibly

    59. A. shouted     B. laughed          C. expressed       D. nodded

    60. A. remember    B. admit            C. hope            D. realize

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    来源: 辽宁省大石桥市第二高级中学2016-2017学年高一11月教学质量检测英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    The measure of a man’s real character is what he would do if he knew he would never be found out.                                                ----Thomas Macaulay

    About thirty years ago, I was studying in a public school in New York. One day, Mrs. Nanette O’Neill gave a math   21   to our class. When the papers were   22  , she discovered that twelve boys had made exactly the   23   mistakes throughout the test.

        There is nothing really new about   24   in exams. Perhaps that was   25  Mrs O’Neill didn’t even say a word about it. She only asked the twelve boys to   26   after class. I was one of the twelve.

        Mrs O’Neill asked   27   questions, and she didn’t   28   us either. Instead, she wrote on the blackboard the   29   words by Thomas Macaulay. She then ordered us to   30   these words into our exercise-books one hundred times.

        I don’t know about the other eleven boys. Speaking for   31   I can say: it was the most important single   32   of my life. Thirty years after being introduced to Macaulay’s words, they   33   seem to me the best yardstick (准绳) now because they give us a way to   34    ourselves rather than others.

          35   of us are asked to make   36   decisions about nations going to war or armies going to battle. But all of us are called upon daily to make a great many personal decisions. Should the wallet,   37   in the street, be put into a pocket or   38  to the policeman? Should the   39  change received at the store be forgotten or   40  ?

    Nobody will know except you. But you have to live with yourself, and it is always better to live with someone you respect.

    21.

    A. test

    B. paper

    C. question 

    D. problem

    22.

    A. marked

    B. examined

    C. completed

    D. answered

    23.

    A. easy

    B. same

    C. funny

    D. serious

    24.

    A. lying

    B. failing

    C. guessing

    D. cheating

    25.

    A. how 

    B. why

    C. when

    D. where

    26.

    A. come

    B. leave

    C. remain

    D. apologize

    27.

    A. no

    B. any

    C. more 

    D. certain

    28

    A. help

    B. refuse

    C. punish

    D. forgive

    29.

    A. above

    B. common

    C. unusual

    D. following

    30.

    A. read

    B. sign

    C. copy

    D. recite

    31.

    A. myself

    B. herself

    C. ourselves

    D. themselves

    32.

    A. chance

    B. lesson

    C. accident

    D. memory

    33.

    A. even

    B. still

    C. always

    D. almost

    34.

    A. help

    B. control

    C. measure 

    D. behave

    35.

    A. All 

    B. Few

    C. Either

    D. Neither

    36.

    A. quick 

    B. small

    C. great

    D. personal

    37.

    A. find

    B. found

    C. finding

    D. founded

    38.

    A. turned up

    B. turned in

    C. turned on

    D. turned off

    39.

    A. some

    B. small

    C. extra

    D. unnecessary 

    40.

    A. paid

    B. shared

    C. returned

    D. remembered 

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    来源: 辽宁省大石桥市第二高级中学2016-2017学年高二上学期期中考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    When Dave was eighteen, he bought a secondhand car for 200 so that he could travel to and from work more__41__ than by bus. It worked quite well for a few years, but then it got so old, and it was costing him _ 42 _much in repairs that he decided that he had better _43_it.
      He asked among his friends to see if anyone was particularly_ 44_ to buy a cheap car, but they all knew that it was falling to pieces, so_45_ of them had any desire to buy it. Dave's friend Sam saw that he was _46_ when they met one evening, and said, “What's _47_, Dave?”
      Dave told him, and Sam answered, “Well, what about advertising it in the paper? You may _48_more for it that way than the cost of the advertisement!” Thinking that Sam's_49_was sensible(合理的),he put an advertisement in an evening paper, which read “For sale: small car, uses very little    50   , only two owners. Bargain at 50.”
      For two days after the advertisement first appeared, there was no _51_.But then on Saturday evening he had an enquiry(询问).A man rang up and said he would like to see him about the car. “All right,” Dave said, feeling   52  . He asked the man whether ten o'clock the next morning would be_53_or not. “Fine,” the man said, “and I'll _54_my wife. We intend to go for a ride in it to _55_ it.”
      The next morning, at a quarter to ten, Dave parked the car in the square outside his front door, _56_ to wait there for the people who had_57_ his advertisement. Even Dave had to _58_that the car really looked like a wreck(残骸).Then, soon after he had made the car as _59_ as it could be, a police car stopped just behind him and a policeman got out. He looked at Dave's car and then said, “Have you reported this _60_ to us yet, sir?”
    41. A. directly       B. safely               C. properly           D. easily
    42. A. so               B. such                 C. very                 D. too
    43. A. keep           B. repair                      C. sell                   D. throw
    44. A. anxious       B. lucky                C. rich                  D. generous
    45. A. some          B. neither              C. none                D. most
    46. A. delighted     B. upset                C. calm                D. astonished
    47. A. up              B. on                     C. it                     D. that
    48. A. learn           B. miss                 C. get                   D. find
    49. A. message      B. advice              C. request             D. question
    50. A. time            B. money              C. room                D. petrol
    51. A. doubt          B. help                  C. trouble             D. answer
    52. A. surprised     B. happy              C. proud                D. doubtful
    53. A. exact          B. suitable              C. early                D. late
    54. A. follow         B. meet                 C. bring                D. introduce
    55. A. recognize    B. own                  C. admire              D. test
    56. A. happening    B. meaning            C. turning             D. failing
    57. A. read            B. remembered      C. answered          D. agreed
    58. A. forget         B. show                C. disagree            D. admit
    59. A. clean           B. old                    C. expensive          D. safe
    60. A. bargain        B. sale                  C. accident            D. result

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    My sister, Cathy, who lives in Vancouver, sent me a package(包裹) full of Christmas gifts. She told me that she had ___41___ it in advance to make sure it would arrive at my house weeks before the ___42___. Christmas was drawing near, but no package arrived. Cathy checked the tracking number every __43____ with Canada Post, and every evening she would call me to ___44___ if there was any sign of it on our end.

    The ___45___ always started with questions about the package, but twenty minutes later we would still be ___46___. We talked about our family, such as parents, kids, ___47___ and so on. Of course we also talked about our jobs. We had never made so much ___48___ for each other! The talk always took us back to the hours we spent together in our childhood.

    By Christmas Eve we finally had to ___49___ the fact that the package was ___50___ lost. On Christmas morning, Cathy got on the phone with everyone in my __51____ and told them what she had sent. Later on, after a big Christmas dinner, I had forgotten all about the __52____ package when there was a knock on the door. Who could it be at such a time? As I ___53___ the door, a man was standing there. “I ___54___ this is yours.” He said, holding a package. Just then I ___55___that it had been delivered to the wrong address. “I just got home from vacation,” he explained, “__56____ I wanted you to have this in time to open for Christmas.” I thanked this ___57___ stranger for taking so much trouble to ___58__ this gift to us on Christmas Day, and ___59___ thanked God that the package had been lost in the first place.

    The real gift that holiday season was the new ___60___ to my sister who lives far away from us. Now there’s one gift I never want to give back!

    41     A.                    booked                     B.                  decorated      C.      mailed          D. listed

    42A. appointment    B. holiday        C. deadline       D. party

    43A. year           B. month         C. week         D. morning

    44A. find out        B. take out        C. figure out     D. pick out

    45A. complaint      B. discussion      C. conversation   D. quarrel

    46A. kidding      B. arguing        C. chatting         D. scolding

    47A. gifts         B. husbands      C. secrets          D. clothing

    48A. food         B. money        C. achievement      D. time

    49A. accept       B. ignore         C. consider         D. study

    50A. entirely      B. suddenly       C. mostly          D. simply

    51A. restaurant    B. house          C. office           D. class

    52A. terrible      B. missing        C. big             D. outstanding

    53A. opened      B. locked         C. left             D. watched

    54A. understand   B. forget         C. know           D. believe

    55A. expected     B. dreamed       C. realized         D. remembered

    56A. because      B. but           C. or              D. so

    57A. kind         B. honest        C. polite           D. generous

    58A. show        B. present        C. return          D. offer

    59A. silently      B. carefully       C. gently          D. actually

    60A. connection   B. guide          C. recognition      D. closeness

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    来源: 九江一中高二上学期期末考试试题.doc

    Grandma sat on the bench. She didn't ___41___, but just sat with her head down looking at her hands. When I sat beside her she didn't ___42___ my presence, and the longer I sat, the more I wondered if she was OK. Finally, not really wanting to ___43___ her but wanting to check on her at the same time, I asked her if she was OK. She ___44____ her head and looked at me and smiled. "Yes, I'm __45__, thank you for asking," she said.

    "I didn't mean to trouble you, grandma, but you were just sitting here ___46___ at your hands and I wanted to make sure you were OK," I explained to her.

    "Have you ever looked at your hands," she asked. "I mean ___47___looked at your hands?"

    I slowly __48__ my hands and watched them carefully. I turned them over. No, I __49__ I had never looked at my hands carefully as I tried to figure out the __50__ she was conveying.

    Mama smiled and____51___ the following story: "___52___ and think for a moment about the ___53__ I have, how they have __54__ you well throughout your years. These hands have been the ___55__ I have used all my life to reach out and make a living. "__56__ have been sticky and wet, bent and broken, dried and hurt. These hands are the __57__ of where I have been. ___58___more importantly it will be these hands that show I have been working___59___.”

    I will never look at my hands the ___60__ again. When my hands are hurt or sore, I know I have been working so hard.

    41. A. smile                      B. move                     C. breathe                  D. think

    42. A. possess                  B. notice                     C. tolerate                  D. accept

    43. A. disturb                   B. please                    C. confuse                  D. puzzle

    44. A. shook                    B. put                        C. raised                    D. nodded

    45. A. negative                 B. desperate               C. exhausted               D. fine

    46. A. staring                    B. shaking                  C. pointing                  D. throwing

    47. A. nearly                     B. finally                     C. really                     D. eventually

    48. A. opened                  B. washed                  C. tied                       D. held

    49. A. chose                     B. guessed                  C. assessed                 D. accused

    50. A. instruction              B. clue                        C. promise                 D. point

    51. A. added                    B. announced              C. contributed            D. told

    52. A. Enjoy                     B. Continue         C. Stop                       D. Wait

    53. A. smile                      B. experience             C. years                     D. hands

    54. A. fed                         B. served                    C. taught                    D. destroyed

    55. A. processes                B. cases                     C. tools                      D. methods

    56. A. They                      B. Some                     C. Others                   D. Those

    57. A. material                  B. mark                      C. cause                     D. reason

    58. A. But                        B. If                           C. So                         D. And

    59. A. significantly              B. carefully                 C. hard                       D. devotedly

    60. A. instant                    B. moment                   C. time                       D. same

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    来源: 江西省樟树中学2017届高三上学期周练(12)英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    When we are young, we always dream of love and success. Perhaps we think of    41    nights or walks along the beach at sunset.

    Not long ago, as I was    42    a bedtime story to my daughter, Annie, who was seven years old, I became aware of her    43    look. She was    44    at me with a trancelike(着迷般的) expression.  45   , completing The Tale of Samuel Whiskers was not as    46    as we first thought. I asked what she was thinking about.

    "Mommy," she    47   , "I just can't stop looking at your pretty face." I was deeply moved by her words. Little did she know how many    48    moments the glow of her sincerely loving    49    would carry me through over the following years.

    Not long after, I took my four-year-old    50    to a department store, where the sweet notes of a classic love song drew us toward a    51    playing the piano. Sam and I    52    down on a marble bench nearby, enjoying the    53    quietly.

    I didn't realize that Sam had    54    next to me until he turned, took my face    55    his little hands and said, "    56    with me."

    If only those women strolling under the moonlight had known the joy of such an    57    made by a round-cheeked boy with baby teeth.   58    shoppers openly chuckled(咯咯笑), and pointed at us as we    59    around the open space, I would not have    60    a dance with such a charming young gentleman if I'd been offered the universe.

    41. A. painful                B. beautiful                     C. cold             D. dark

    42. A. reading                  B. writing                          C. retelling                 D. sending

    43. A. scared                   B. focused                              C. careless                D. anxious

    44. A. studying                  B. watching                      C. glaring                  D. staring

    45. A. Strangely                B. Luckily                         C. Obviously               D. Naturally

    46. A. easy                    B. early                            C. simple                   D. important

    47. A. whispered                B. shouted                              C. cried                    D. introduced

    48. A. exciting              B. pleasant                             C. difficult            D. casual

    49. A. criticism                  B. statement                   C. position            D. requirement

    50. A. daughter                 B. son                            C. student                  D. cat

    51. A. designer                 B. salesman                          C. manager                   D. musician

    52. A. looked            B. walked                       C. sat                      D. bent

    53. A. music                    B. concert                      C. story                    D. scenery

    54. A. stood up                 B. looked up                          C. picked up           D. come up

    55. A. with                B. in                               C. by                  D. on

    56. A. Sing              B. Play                           C. Dance                  D. Go

    57. A. invitation          B. excuse                       C. experience                 D. agreement

    58. A. Whether          B. Whenever                         C. Since                   D. Although

    59. A. looked            B. wandered                          C. moved                     D. skated

    60. A. expected                 B. traded                        C. accepted                   D. chosen

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    来源: 湖北省枣阳市白水高级中学2017届高三下学期第一次月考英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Adventure is in my blood. And I had been considering how I was going to celebrate my high school graduation. I didn’t just want a small    41    in the backyard. I started thinking about doing a solo(独自的)      42    somewhere out of the ordinary. I took out    43    and drew the 1,500-mile route along which I would be      44    from the northernmost point m Norway to the southernmost section of Sweden. When I    45    my plans with my dadhe    46    as I thought he would. Because I get my adventurous    47    from himhe was all for it.

    I had only been away from my    48    three days now, but there was all inner    49    going on inside of me. Part of me was homesick and doubting whether I    50    could make it. The other part of me was ready to    51    to myself and my family that I could do it by myself.

    On the roadI met another    52    who was quite a bit older than I was. He had stated his journey    53      by bike at the southern part of Norway and had just finished. I could tell he had a great sense of    54    . It encouraged me not to    55    .

    As I listened to my    56    artists on my MP4 player, I pedalled(踩踏板)with my feet. There was    57    around me for miles.    58    that wasn’t entirely true. There were mosquitoes—millions of them. My arms were so dotted with    59    that they looked like a topographical map(地形图). Buthowever    60    it would benothing could stop my advance towards the destination. As you know, adventure is in my blood.

    41.                               A. party              B. meeting           C. conversation    D. game

    42.                               A. flight              B. interview         C. performance     D. trip

    43.                               A. instructions    B. maps              C. magazines       D. newspapers

    44.                               A. walking          B. flying              C. biking      D. running

    45.                               A. compared       B. shared            C. prepared   D. changed

    46.                               A. agreed            B. sighed                C. left   D. cried

    47.                               A. stories            B. spirits             C. skills        D. hobbies

    48.                               A. hotel              B. school            C. home       D. office

    49.                               A. battle              B. activity           C. request     D. discussion

    50.                               A. naturally         B. really              C. usually     D. reasonably

    51.                               A. turn               B. reply               C. prove       D. adapt

    52.                               A. driver             B. jogger             C. bicyclist   D. pilot

    53.                               A. alone              B. slowly            C. patiently   D. worriedly

    54.                               A. humour          B. direction         C. balance    D. satisfaction

    55.                               A. calm down    B. break down    C. speed up D. give up

    56.                               A. favourite         B. personal          C. professional     D. successful

    57.                               A. nobody           B. everybody       C. anything   D. everything

    58.                               A. Firstly            B. Actually          C. Eventually       D. Fortunately

    59.                               A. wounds          B. cuts                C. bites        D. burns

    60.                               A. boring            B. confusing        C. complex   D. difficult

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    来源: 江苏省南菁高级中学2016-2017学年高一下学期开学摸底考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Teaching second grade is always a challenge. Each student arrives at school with his own needs and difficulties. One year a student called Billy _31__me with his behavior as well as his academic requirements. He struggled daily with his __32__emotions and often became angry or violent. I knew that, to make __33__progresshis emotions needed controlling.

    One __34__I tried to help Billy was to have him come directly into the classroom when he arrived at school. Billy's mom would __35__me to alert(警告) me to a particularly emotional morning at home. Then, I would focus on __36__his anger and calming him down before the other students arrived.

    One week our class was studying __37__.I thought one way to bring learning into the classroom was to bring my dog Rocky to school for the day.

    That day began as normal. I was preparing activities focused on dog themes __38__I was told that Billy had a __39__morning at home and I might need to get him __40__. As I was talking to his momBilly __41__into the classroom. To Billy's__42__, Rocky immediately ran up to his new__43__, wagging his tail and licking Billy's face with doggy affection. Billy couldn't __44__Rocky's charm(魅力)and began laughing as his anger melted away.

    Throughout the dayBilly never left Rocky's side, feeding him, being gentle with him and even __45__the other students while Rocky was sleeping.

    Billy was known for doing anything he could to avoid__46__, but on this day he found a good dog story, “ Clifford's Puppy Days”, and read it to Rocky. How __47__I was at the sight of Billy reading happily! My little dog was able to __48__ Billy's day from one of anger and frustration to one of laughter, gentleness and __49__.

    That day Rocky more than helped me with my__50__; he helped to change the life of a childAfter that Billy's behavior definitely improved.

    31. A. challenged                  Bcheated                       Cbenefited                        Dbetrayed

    32. A. unforgettable              Buncontrollable              Cunconscious                   Dunfortunate

    33. A. physical                     Bmental                         Cacademic                              Dhard

    34. A. advantage                  Barrangement                 Creason                           Dway

    35. A. awake                     Bcall                                Cvisit                               Dsign

    36. A. tolerating                   Bobserving                     Crelieving                         Dignoring

    37. A. emotions                     Bpets                           Cplants                            Ddiet

    38. A. after                          Bas                                  Cwhen                             Dbefore

    39. A. boring                              Benjoyable                 Cbusy                              Drough

    40. A. settled                              Bpunished                     Ctreated                           Dexcited

    41. A. skipped                      Bstormed                         Cjogged                           Dfloated

    42. A. surprise                     Bdelight                         Cshame                           Dfear

    43. A. protector                   Btrainer                         Cfriend                            Downer

    44. A. resist                         Bdescribe                         Creduce                           Dforget

    45. A. educating                   Benvying                       Ccomforting                     Dquieting

    46. A. punishing                   Breading                        Carguing                          Dapologizing

    47. A. surprised                   Bdisappointed                 Camused                          Dconfused

    48. A. urge                          Bshorten                        Cchange                          Ddevote

    49. A. admiration                  Bcuriosity                       Canxiety                          Dlove

    50. A. family                        Bteaching                       Chousework                     Dperformance

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    来源: 黑龙江省虎林市高级中学2016-2017学年高一下学期开学摸底考试(3月)英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    You Did More Than Carry My Books

    Mark was walking home from school one day when he noticed a boy ahead of him had dropped all of the books he was carrying, along with a baseball bat and several other things. Mark  41  down and helped the boy pick up these articles.  42  they were going the same way, he helped to carry some of them for him. As they walked, Mark  43  the boy's name was Bill, that he  44  computer games, baseball and history, that he was having a lot of  45  with his other subjects and that he had just broken  46  with his best friend.

    They arrived at Bill's home first and Mark was  47  in for a Coke and to watch some television. The afternoon passed  48  with a few laughs and some shared small talk, and then Mark went home. They  49  to see each other around school, had lunch together once or twice, and then both ended up from the same high school. Just three weeks before  50  , Bill asked Mark if they  51  talk. Bill  52  him of the day years ago when they had first met. “Do you  53  wonder why I was carrying so many things home that day?” asked Bill. “You see, I  54  out my locker(橱柜) because I didn't want to leave a mess  55  anyone else. I had planned to run away and I was going home to  56  my things. But after we spent some time together  57  and laughing, I realized that  58  I had done that, I would have  59  a new friend and missed all the fun we would have together. So you see, Mark, when you picked up my books that day, you did a lot more. You  60  my life.”

    41. A. fell

    B. sat

    C. lay

    D. knelt()

    42. A. Although

    B. Since

    C. After

    D. Until

    43. A. discovered

    B. realized

    C. said

    D. decided

    44. A. played

    B. loved

    C. tried

    D. made

    45. A. questions

    B. ideas

    C. trouble

    D. doubt

    46. A. up

    B. out

    C. off

    D. away

    47. A. called

    B. helped

    C. invited

    D. allowed

    48. A. peacefully

    B. willingly

    C. freely

    D. pleasantly

    49. A. continued

    B. agreed

    C. forced

    D. offered

    50. A. graduation

    B. movement

    C. separation

    D. vacation

    51. A. would

    B. should

    C. could

    D. must

    52. A .demanded

    B. reminded

    C. removed

    D. asked

    53. A. ever

    B. usually

    C. even

    D. never

    54. A. checked

    B. took

    C. cleaned

    D. put

    55. A. over

    B. into

    C. with

    D. for

    56. A. find

    B. pick

    C. pack

    D. hold

    57. A. talking

    B. playing

    C. reading

    D. watching

    58. A. before

    B. if

    C. while

    D. as

    59. A. forgotten

    B. passed

    C. left

    D. lost

    60. A. helped

    B. recovered

    C. improved

    D. changed

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