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    来源: 安徽省合肥市2017届高三上学期第一次教学质量检测(一模)英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Ask someone for their first memory and they will often give some fairly dull possibilities and not be sure which comes first. I have no   41   at all about mine. The earliest thing I recall is looking down and seeing flames coming out of my   42  .

    It was a Sunday afternoon in July 1981 when I   43   fire. I was in the garden with my dad. It was a sunny day but slightly breezy (微风的). I was standing nearby as my dad   44   to light the barbecue. After several failed attempts,   45   he had to use some sort of accelerant (助燃剂). It caused a small fireball, which was flying towards me   46   the breeze suddenly   47   in my direction. That’s where the   48   memory of my burning ankles kicks in. My dad   49   fast. He dashed indoors, grabbed a large blanket and   50   to wrap me in it.

    The next thing I remember is sitting on a chest, feeling hot and   51   water over and over again; then being driven to a   52  . I underwent lots of skin operations and for weeks I wasn’t able to bend my legs, which had to be wrapped in bandages.   53   this period, I don’t recall experiencing pain. It was only when I   54   what an exciting summer my sister was having that my situation began to seem   55  .

    We’ve never talked much about the   56  my dad has never been an especially   57  person. Now that I have kids of my own, I do sometimes wonder what he   58  . I’ve never felt any   59   towards him, and I recognize that but for his swift actions the situation could have been   60  . But I’d certainly never have a barbecue with my kids.

    41A. choice                B. idea                   C. doubt                       D. worry

    42A. ankles                 B. blanket         C. sleeves              D. belly

    43A. exchanged           B. set             C. held                     D. caught

    44A. tended           B. struggled        C. refused                D. managed

    45A. eventually         B. gradually          C. interestingly          D. fortunately

    46A. before           B. unless          C. though              D. as

    47A. stopped          B. howled           C. changed            D. dropped

    48A. vivid                 B. early               C. precious                 D. vague

    49A. hid                   B. acted              C. escaped             D. approached

    50A. got away                 B. broke in           C. stood by              D. ran back

    51A. waiting for       B. asking for     C. paying for            D. searching for

    52A. hospital           B. pool              C. café                      D. gym

    53A. Thanks to          B. But for             C. Throughout          D. After

    54A. realized             B. imagined         C. predicted                D. explained

    55A. ridiculous            B. acceptable     C. satisfactory          D. unbearable

    56A. illness                B. conflict          C. accident                        D. visit

    57A. strict             B. open           C. shy              D. honest

    58A. gave away                B. took over        C. went through                 D. looked into

    59A. sympathy            B. anxiety         C. guilt               D. anger

    60A. worse                 B. simpler              C. stranger                   D. clearer

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    来源: 2017届上学期期末考试试卷.doc

           I was having a great morning until I sat down in front of my office computer. Your password has expired(失效),”  a server message flashed on my   21  , with instructions for changing it.

            22   a new code doesn’t seem like a big deal,   23   you work at my company, where we have to change it monthly with no less than eight characters.

           Suddenly I was angry. What made it   24   was that I was deeply depressed after my recent   25  . Of course, that didn't mean   26   to the empty input field waiting for me to   27   a password. I remembered a(n)   28   from my former boss. He'd said, “I’m going to use a password to change my life.” It   29   mereminding me that I shouldn’t let myself be a(n)   30   of my recent breakup and that I was strong enough to do something about it.

        I made my password Forgive® h3r, and I had to type this   31   several times a day for the next 30 days. The simple action changed the way I looked at my ex-wife. That   32   reminder led me to accept the way things had happened and adopt a new way of dealing with my depression.   33   the month wore on, I felt a slow recovery begin to   34  . By the time my server reminded me of my password the following month, I felt    35  . One month later, when I was asked again to   36   my passwordit became Quit smoking4ever. I quit smoking and   37   it brings great results.

        Seeing how these   38   helped to materialize my goals kept me excited and   39   to follow my mothly goal. While it's sometimes difficult to come up with your next goal,   40   at it brings great results.

    21.   A. table                B. mind                 C. screen                    D. behalf

    22.   A. Putting up with         B. Coming up with      C. Changing into           D. Leaving out

    23.   A. until                  B. because              C. although                D. unless

    24.   A. worse                B. further                   C. better                     D. less

    25.   A. illness                B. unemployment        C. quarrel                          D. divorce

    26.   A. nothing              B. anything              C. it                        D. such

    27.   A. type                  B. put away             C. share                 D. come across

    28.   A. tip                  B. experience          C. comment                D. promise

    29.   A. interested             B. confused             C. inspired                  D. taught

    30.   A. witness                B. victim              C. agent                  D. volunteer

    31.   A. system               B. technique             C. statement              D. secret

    32.   A. constant               B. correct                    C. initial                   D. former

    33.   A. When                  B. If                  C. As                     D. Since

    34.   A. set apart               B. take place            C. slip away               D. get across

    35.   A. stressed               B. cheerful               C. free                   D. confused

    36.   A. translate               B. ensure              C. seek                   D. reset

    37.   A. fluently                B. straight               C. fortunately                D. quickly

    38.   A. recipes               B. possessions                C. reminders              D. mottoes [来源:,,Z,X,

    39.   A. motivated             B. touched               C. amazed                 D. devoted

    40.   A. struggling              B. consulting            C. contributing              D. keeping

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    来源: 2017高二英语寒假作业.doc

    My name’s James and I am an 18-year “Cancer Survivor”. When I was 15 years of age, I was at my house one day with my two sisters and when I tried to run up the steps, I blacked out, and 41 the stairs very hard. When I came to myself, I remembered my sisters saying “Are you alright?” and I replied “I think so, yeah.” But little did my sisters and I know that was the beginning of this  42 . When I began to try to climb the stairs, my whole right leg hurt seriously. I couldn’t move it 43 the help of my hands. The  44  was horrible. I finally made my way upstairs and I couldn’t 45 I couldn’t move my leg. As time went on it got  46 so a month later I finally went to hospital. I explained to the doctor what had happened. Then I was asked to go to the rooms  47 they treated me to the X-rays, MRI, and CAT SCANS machines. One week later, my doctor  48 the house and said, “You need to come up here right away!”

    My mother and I 49 up there and they had the X-rays results ready for me–My body seemed 50 except my right leg. I was surrounded by doctors and nurses.

    I got my 51, but wasn’t clear on what was happening. They 52 us back home. Three days later, they 53 an expert from another continent or someplace and he looked at my X-rays one time and said “OH MY GOD, this young man has bone cancer.”

    Once all of that got cleared up, they 54 my chemotherapy(化疗) treatments a week later. On October 9, 2014, I had the operation, the bone replacement operation. I was told that I couldn’t 55 like a normal person anymore, so 56 was impossible. I couldn’t do this or that, etc. Basically my 57 was over before it even got started. When I got through with my final chemotherapy I was 58

    40 kg.

    I want to share this story with you guys because today I’m 84 kg with 2% body fat. I don’t smoke or drink. I can walk and even run. I’m so 59 to be here and forever to grace life with my presence each day. My dream is to become the “ 60 to everybody who ever thought about giving up on life because it’s so hard, or just simply not living it.

    41. A. took                 B. moved            C. hit                 D. climbed

    42. A. dream             B. terror              C. day                D. memory

    43. A. without              B. from              C. with              D. for

    44. A. pain                   B. change           C. danger           D. idea

    45. A. guess                 B. notice             C. believe           D. understand

    46. A. better                      B. worse            C. stranger                D. cleaner

    47. A. when              B. before             C. though           D. where

    48. A. found              B. searched        C. visited            D. called

    49. A. came               B. rushed           C. looked           D. stayed

    50. A. weak               B. special           C. thin               D. fine

    51. A. treatment                B. needs             C. results           D. recovery

    52. A. followed            B. carried           C. sent               D. directed

    53. A. flew                 B. promised        C. allowed          D. served

    54. A. continued           B. started           C. stopped          D. ignored

    55. A. work               B. walk              C. think              D. feel

    56. A. playing            B. stepping         C. running          D. learning

    57. A. plan                       B. hope              C. career            D. life

    58. A. only                B. even              C. ever               D. right

    59. A. nervous           B. upset             C. curious          D. thankful

    60. A. encouragement        B. instruction      C. introduction    D. information

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  • 难度: 使用次数:0 入库时间:2017-03-27
    来源: 广东省天河中学2016-2017学年高一下学期英语2月月考试题及答案 Word版含答案.doc

    During the first week of the term, every student was given a job for which they would be responsible for the rest of that school year.

       Some jobs were more  36 than others, and the children were eager to be given one of the best ones. And the teacher would  37  who had been most responsible during the previous year. Among them Rita  38  . During the previous year she had followed all the teacher’s  39  perfectly.

       But that year there was a big  40  . Each child received one of the normal  41  , like cleaning the blackboard. But Rita’s job was very  42  . She was given a little box containing some sand and one ant. And even though the teacher  43  that this ant was a very special ant, it  44  Rita. Most of her classmates felt sorry for her and even her father  45  Rita to ignore it.  46  , Rita preferred to show the teacher her error by making the unimportant task into a special job.

       “ I will turn this little task into  47  great,” Rita said to herself.

       So Rita started  48 her little ant. She gave the ant the best food, and it grew bigger than anyone had expected…

       One day, the teacher  49  a man to the students and said he would tell them a  50  piece of news. The man said, “ Today they have announced the winner of the  51  , and this class is the winner! This class has been chosen to accompany me on a  52  to the tropical rainforest to investigate all kinds of insects.  53  all the schools of this region, it is this one that has best  54  for the little ant given to you. Well done!”

       That day the class was filled with joy. Everyone  55  Rita and thanked the teacher. And many children learnt that to be given the most important tasks you have to know how to be responsible for even the smallest tasks.

     36.  A. interesting         B. possible          C. necessary          D. creative

     37.  A. realize           B. doubt            C. argue            D. consider

     38.  A. stood up           B. stood out         C. stood for        D. stood by

     39.  A. opinions            B. concerns        C. instructions                D. experiments

     40.  A. curiosity           B. movement        C. surprise         D. chance

     41.  A. tasks              B. promises         C. dreams                D. purposes

     42.  A. different            B. ordinary         C. familiar         D. valuable

     43.  A. hoped              B. insisted          C. agreed          D. guessed

     44.  A. annoyed            B. inspired           C. satisfied                   D. disappointed

     45.  A. supposed           B. forced           C. encouraged      D. admitted

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

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

     48.  A. developing          B. studying             C. comforting     D. writing

     49.  A. introduced       B. exposed              C. appealed       D. connected

     50.  A. terrible             B. confusing            C. wonderful      D. foolish

     51.  A. competition         B. challenge             C. conference     D. negotiation

     52.  A. journey          B. vacation             C. meeting        D. story

     53.  A. Between            B. Along                C. Besides        D. Among

     54.  A looked              B. paid                 C. cared          D. worked

     55.  A. prized              B. congratulated         C. respected       D. celebrated

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    来源: 黑龙江省牡丹江一高2015-2016学年高一下学期期末英语试卷 Word版含解析.doc

    The tourist bus winded its way into a mountainous areaWhen it was21     to make a turntwo passengersa 22     of young loverswere so attracted by the beautiful scenery that they 23         a stop to get downThey were left behind and the bus went 24        Suddenly they heard a loud boom 25      of the roadIt was a huge rock rolling down in the landslide that hit the bus and fell with it into a deep valleyThe lovers were greatly26     by the news that no passengers on board 27     When they calmed down they 28     and expressed their feelings in a few words

    The above story was told by a guide when we were riding a tourist 29     to a beautiful mountainHe asked us to guess what the lovers said 30     after the disaster that they had narrowly escaped

    Often we read reports about traffic accidents    among which there were 31    ones who missed the bus and32     the disasterThose people usually said with a sigh of33    "Fortunately I was not on board"On our bus the passengers'34        to the guide were variousBut the answer was quite out of our expectation"If we hadn't got down and 35       the busit would have 36     the dangerous spot and all the passengers would have survived"

    The story passed from person to person as a sort of wit (智慧) testbut I think37            It actually serves as an)(38             of a person's mindI pay my heartfelt respect to the couple whoinstead of feeling lucky,(39    themselves for causing the loss of livesPeople all have heart for 40     but it is often a flashing thought across one's mind that decides whether it is good or evil (邪恶的).

    21Arapid

    Bdue

    Cabout

    Deager

    22Agroup

    Bcouple

    Cparty

    Drow

    23Agot to

    Bset up

    Ccalled for

    Dlooked for

    24Aup

    Bin

    Cby

    Don

    25Aahead

    Balong

    Cacross

    Dopposite

    26Ascared

    Bshocked

    Cmoved

    Dconfused

    27Adied

    Bsurvived

    Csaved

    Dwitnessed

    28Ashouted

    Bscreamed

    Cfought

    Dsighed

    29Acar

    Bbike

    Cbus

    Droad

    30Aimmediately

    Beven

    Conly

    Dever

    31Alucky

    Bselfish

    Clazy

    Dstrange

    32Amissed

    Bavoided

    Ccaused

    Dtrapped

    33Arelief

    Bconcern

    Cinjury

    Dregret

    34Aemotions

    Breplies

    Cexcuses

    Dattitudes

    35Acaught

    Bmissed

    Ctook

    Ddelayed

    36Aseen

    Bjumped

    Cpassed

    Dlanded

    37Adifferently

    Bactually

    Cexactly

    Dsincerely

    38Aexamination

    Bchange

    Cquality

    Dstage

    39Athought

    Bblamed

    Cenjoyed

    Dhelped

    40Ahappiness

    Bgoods

    Cmercy

    Dhonor

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    来源: 贵州省遵义航天高级中学2016年高考英语模拟试卷(5月份) Word版含解析.doc

    We humans love to make comparisonsOn the marketwe 21 D  to find the best onesIn the classroom teachers compare their students to the  22          And parents compare their children to his or her peers to 23   an idea of what is"normal"

    24                     comparisons of any kind come with a sting(刺痛) for everyoneWhen parents make it clear to anyone that their children are 25          to all other children in all waysthey put their children under 26               Some children will obey when they are pressured to 27        their parents'need for perfection others may28    trying to be just like any other kidorbetter stillto be just who they areIn other 29    parents who compare their children to other children might end up 30    their children are somehow"deficient(有缺点的)"Andagainthey pressure their children to be 31     enough

    A most disturbing 32     of all this comparing is that it pushes children into the destructive world of competition"In a 33     culturea child is told that it isn't enough to be good﹣﹣﹣he or she must 34     others"writes Alfie Kohna parenting expert

    According to Kohnresearch doesn't 35     the theory that competition brings successOne after anotherresearchers have concluded that children don't learn better 36     education is changed into a competitive struggleCompetition prevents a child's ability37     not only educationally but sociallytoo

    So,(38     competitioncooperation!Instead of 39     other people's childrenparents need to pay close attention to their ownlearn who they arediscover their interests and talentsand teach them how to cooperate with othersThey will need role models to40     them

    21Asee

    Btouch

    Csell

    Dcompare

    22Amature

    Bnew

    Cmodel

    Doverseas

    23Aget

    Buse

    Cshare

    Dexplain

    24ATherefore

    BHowever

    COtherwise

    DBesides

    25Aharmful

    Bsuperior

    Cresponsible

    Dthankful

    26Apressure

    Bcontrol

    Cdiscussion

    Dconsideration

    27Aexpress

    Bprove

    Csatisfy

    Dcreate

    28Adisappear

    Bwait

    Cresist

    Drest

    29Acases

    Bwords

    Cways

    Dnations

    30Adenying

    Bdeciding

    Cpredicting

    Dconcluding

    31Ahonest

    Bgood

    Cpatient

    Dpolite

    32Aprocess

    Bconsequence

    Cpurpose

    Dmethod

    33Atraditional

    Bscientific

    Cpolitical

    Dcompetitive

    34Adefeat

    Baccept

    Crecognize

    Dchoose

    35Atest

    Bchallenge

    Csupport

    Dchange

    36Asince

    Buntil

    Cwhen

    Dunless

    37Alosing

    Bprogressing

    Cshowing

    Dreducing

    38Aapart from

    Bbecause of

    Cas for

    Dinstead of

    39Ashouting at

    Blaughing at

    Clooking at

    Dstriking at

    40Aguide

    Bforce

    Cinvite

    Dexpect

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    来源: 广西桂林市第十八中学2017届高三上学期第三次(10月)月考英语试题 Word版含解析.doc

             Many sports players have not only accomplished incredible acts of athleticism(运动能力), but also unbelievable acts of sportsmanship(体育精神). There were some  41  examples in 2014, and I have  42  two that inspired me.

    One example of sportsmanship took place in the Sochi Olympics. Russian Anton Gafarov was hobbling(蹒跚而行) along the track, far  43  the rest of the skiers. One of his skis was broken. He had tried to  44  with the damaged equipment. Canadian ski coach Justin Wadsworth was the only one who had a(n)  45 . Wadsworth didn’t want Gafarov to finish slowly, hobbling across the line. He wanted him to finish with  46 . The Canadian skiers were already out of the race, giving Wadsworth two  47 : Leave Gafarov to hobble across the line on one ski, or give him the spare one. Wadsworth gave him the extra ski,  48  Gafarov to get second place in the quarter-finals.  49 , he came in sixth in the semi-finals. It was Wadsworth who helped Gafarov  50  his Olympic dream.

    The other example took place in the 2014 World Cup quarter-final match between Brazil and Colombia. The game had just ended. Brazil had won, 2-1. Brazil was  51  on the sidelines, cheering and having a good time. Colombian midfielder James Rodriguez had just had his World Cup dream  52  despite scoring a record-breaking six goals in the competition. Brazil defender David Luiz walked over to him, pointed at him, and  53  the crowd to acknowledge him. He then declared his  54  for a game well played and  55  him for his wonderful World Cup performance. It made both the crowd and Rodriquez  56 .

    As an athlete, I know it’s easy to get caught up in the  57  of a game. But I also know that   58  is just as important as losing and winning.

    Always remember to  59  your opposing team. Play hard, but play fair. And always be nice. It’s the right thing to do and it always  60 .

    41. A. amusing             B. amazing             C. interesting                D. embarrassing

    42. A. collected             B. picked               C. made                       D. created

    43. A. behind                B. off                    C. from                        D. back

    44. A. walk                   B. go                     C. work                       D. continue

    45. A. broken                B. extra                 C. new                        D. temporary

    46. A. determination       B. kindness            C. love                         D. pride

    47. A. questions            B. chances             C. choices                    D. problems

    48. A. allowing              B. advising             C. instructing                D. wanting

    49. A. Finally                B. Specifically        C. Particularly               D. Gradually

    50. A. share                  B. enjoy                 C. have                        D. complete

    51. A. imagining            B. reviewing          C. celebrating                D. training

    52. A. achieved             B. followed            C. torn apart                 D. broken in

    53. A. urged                  B. forced               C. expected                  D. warned

    54. A. surprise                     B. doubt                C. curiosity                   D. appreciation

    55. A. prepared             B. recognized         C. challenged                D. interviewed

    56. A. shy                     B. happy                C. crazy                       D. tired

    57. A. fun                     B. advantage          C. meaning                   D. competitiveness

    58. A. sportsmanship     B. championship   C. leadership                D. friendship

    59. A. respond to          B. fight against       C. shake hands with      D. keep up with    

    60. A. pays out              B. pays back          C. pays off                   D. pays for

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    来源: 广东省肇庆市2017届高三上学期第一次统一检测英语试题 Word版含解析.doc

    It is always interesting and inspiring to observe human behavior. Some behavior 41  to be true to form more often than not. In the past years, we have always held a Christmas gift exchange at our house with at least ten of our   42   . Each year,  we all buy gifts   43  in Christmas paper. When everyone is sitting around a   44   at home, all the gifts are piled in the middle of the floor.

    People choose a(n)  45  from a bowl that tells him or her when they can take their   46   to choose their gifts. The person with the number one can choose any   47   and then, each person picks one in turns. Before they choose a gift, they have the   48   of taking the gift from the former person.  49   when all numbers have chosen a gift, the person   50   the first number can then take a gift away from any other person.

    What is always interesting is   51   each person as they choose a gift. What happens   52   usually happens more often than not. The biggest gift always gets chosen first. It is hardly the smallest gift,   53    is it the fanciest gift-wrapping. What does this tell us about most human   54   ?

    Is the   55   always the best or worth the most? Is it that we think that something small is not worth as much or cannot   56   our expectations?

    Human beings, in fact, appear   57   all sorts of packaging and size. Some are bigger and some are smaller; some are dressed   58   and some are dressed poorly. Behind every human trapping though   59   unforeseen characteristics, talents, desires, hurts, pains and dreams.

    Just as Terry Josephson, a motivational speaker, says, “  60   thinking in terms of limitations and start thinking in terms of possibilities.”

    41. A. intends

    B. happens

    C. seems

    D. remains

    42. A. audience

    B. family

    C. class

    D. team

    43. A. covered

    B. piled

    C. hidden

    D. wrapped

    44. A. circle

    B. distance

    C. direction

    D. table

    45. A. tip

    B. fortune

    C. number

    D. item

    46. A. chances

    B. turns

    C. measures

    D. time

    47. A. gift

    B. number

    C. person

    D. bowl

    48. A. desire

    B. patent

    C. option

    D. talent

    49. A. At the end

    B. In other words

    C. By the way

    D.On the contrary

    50. A. counting

    B. holding

    C. offering

    D. exchanging

    51. A. persuading

    B. accompanying

    C. seeing

    D. watching

    52. A. last

    B. next

    C. finally

    D. first

    53. A. and

    B. or

    C. yet

    D. nor

    54. A. history

    B. mind

    C. behavior

    D. custom

    55. A. biggest

    B. smallest

    C. cheapest

    D. heaviest

    56. A. catch up with

    B. live up to

    C. get along with

    D.break away from

    57. A. with

    B. on

    C. in

    D. at

    58. A. privately

    B. wealthily

    C. simply

    D. elegantly

    59. A. lies

    B. contains

    C. disappears

    D. occurs

    60. A. Remember

    B. Begin

    C. Keep

    D. Stop

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    The three youths leaned over the metal rails along the seawall and watched a few fishermen pull in their netsAbout thirty metres awaya boat pulled alongside the slippery steps leading 41    to the sea

    "Heylook!"exclaimed Rahim"Those two men are42      heavy rocksI thought we no longer do muscle labour in this technological 43    "

    "You don't 44      a crane(起重机)to unload less than a dozen rocksdo you"smiled Joshua

    "But those men don't 45     to have muscles at all"said Michaelrather surprisedJoshua smiled

    "They are46     labourers who know how to spread the weight of the rocks they47        See how the man positions the rock just at the slope of his 48     Some of the rock's weight is set 49     his headsome on the right hand and some on the left handHis body isn't bentHis legs are well50   "

    "You're rightJoshHe may have a small build,(51     he certainly knows his job wellDear me!And to think we have been studying 52    !"Rahim thought about all that was happeningSuddenlyhe said"Technology won't 53    the human being completelyit appears"

    "I don't think it will"54     Joshua"You can harvest a crop of potatoes or wheat with one of those largemultipurpose tractorsbut you 55     use that equipment to harvest tea leaves and tomatoeswill you"

    "You can get a computer to  56    multiplechoice assessmentsbut you cannot get the computer to produce or assess essayscan you"asked Michael

    "Wellthe washing machine leaves my shirt collar quite as 57    as everthat's domestic technology for you!"said Rahim

    "One dayperhapsthere won't be anybody 58    who can carry a large rock the way those men doIt's not going to be a very 59    worldI'm afraid"sighed Michael

    "You're too much of a pessimistMike"said Joshua"60     will always be other things that will make the world exciting"

    41Athrough

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    42Aloading

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    Duncovering

    43Away

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    Cprocess

    Dtime

    44Aask

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    Dhope

    45Ahappen

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    Chave

    Dseem

    46Aambitious

    Bexperienced

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    Denergetic

    47Atake

    Bfetch

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    Dbring

    48Ashoulder

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    49Aon

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    50Asupported

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    Dstrengthened

    51Abut

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    Dtherefore

    52Achemistry

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    53Acontrol

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    54Aagreed

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    56Apoint out

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    57Adirty

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    Cold

    Dnew

    58Acaught

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    Cleft

    Dconvinced

    59Aexciting

    Bmysterious

    Ctechnological

    Dmodern

    60AThat

    BThis

    CThey

    DThere

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    During my third year of universityI was searching for a place to liveOne Sunday after churchthe pastor told me to stay in his daughter's room because his daughter was studying abroad for one year

    To be 16     I really did not want to stay with"the pastor's family"He told me how much the 17                 would bea very low figure that 18      one homecooked meal a dayI thought about the 19      and decided to move in

    At the end of the term I had planned to find 20       living placesince the daughter was to21      homeTo my delightthey 22      that I share a room with their sonI seemed to have been adopted into their23     their people became my peopleI 24      accepted the offer

    As I emptied the daughter's bedroomI thought it might be 25     to have a little sister to look afterBut when I later met my new sisterI 26     that she was more independent than I first27     

    We finally fell in love,(28      and have looked after each other for many yearsThere have been times that life turned out more29      than either of us could have knownBut we have always been able to go30      largely because we knew that we are deeply 31  

    It isn't about marriageIt's about32     It is about mothers and fatherssisters and brothers and special friends who are as 33      as familyIt's about anybody who can say"I'll be 34      you count on meI'll try to look after you and sometimes I'll need you to look after me"

    Is there anybody you can rely onAnd are others counting on youWe take a trip on the road of life best when there is35      to take care ofand when someone is taking us of us

    16Ahonest

    Bsurprised

    Cfriendly

    Dpleased

    17Aprice

    Brent

    Cmoney

    Dpay

    18Ahad

    Bincluded

    Cmade

    Dcontained

    19Aidea

    Bplan

    Cservice

    Doffer

    20Asame

    Bdifferent

    Canother

    Dextras

    21Areturn

    Bgo

    Cget

    Dleave

    22Aordered

    Bagreed

    Carranged

    Dsuggested

    23Ahouse

    Bfamily

    Cgroup

    Dfriend

    24Ahappily

    Bsorrowfully

    Cevidently

    Defficiently

    25Abad

    Bexciting

    Cnice

    Dstrange

    26Arealized

    Bthought

    Cknew

    Ddoubted

    27Asaw

    Btold

    Cimagined

    Dbelieved

    28Aseparated

    Bparted

    Cleft

    Dmarried

    29Asmooth

    Bchallenging

    Cexciting

    Ddifferent

    30Abackward

    Beastward

    Cforward

    Dwestward

    31Ahated

    Bcared

    Cfelt

    Dliked

    32Afriendship

    Brelation

    Clove

    Dfamily

    33Aclose

    Bgood

    Cfar

    Dlong

    34Aaway

    Bout

    Cin

    Daround

    35Anobody

    Bsomebody

    Canybody

    Deverybody

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    We all often deal with people who complain about the failures and troubles of their daily livesLife41     to be full of problems for themI would like to think such a life is 42     unusualIf there were no problems in your jobthen your43     would hire a much less capable(有能力的) person than you to do the things that don't44     much thoughtIn the business worldthose who are able to solve difficult problems are the ones who are the most45      to the employer

    Many times the problems or challenges we face46     us to grow and become more capableThe runner who47      for the mile run in the Olympics by running downhill will have no chance of winning the medal 48   The runner who trains by running uphill is far more likely to49        the speed and endurance(忍耐力) needed to win the medal

    The 50           thing that ever happened to boxer Gene Tunney was that he51    both hands in the ringBut at that time his manager felt that he could52      again punch(重击) hard enough to be the heavyweight championInsteadTunney53     that he would become a scientific boxer and win the title as a boxernot a slugger(重击拳手).(54            historians will tell you that he developed into one of the best boxers who ever foughtThey55      will tell you that as a puncherhe would not have had a chance56      Jack Dempseywho was considered by many to be the hardes57      in heavyweight historyTunney would never have been champion58      he had not had the problem of his broken hands

    The59      time you meet with a difficult climbobstacle(障碍) or problemyou should60      and say"here's my chance to grow"

    41Aseems

    Bpretends

    Cagrees

    Dhopes

    42Asomething

    Beverything

    Cnothing

    Danything

    43Ateacher

    Bemployer

    Cfather

    Ddoctor

    44Agive

    Breceive

    Coffer

    Dneed

    45Afamous

    Bvaluable

    Cstrange

    Ddifficult

    46Aask

    Bwarn

    Cforce

    Dorder

    47Atrains

    Bleaves

    Clooks

    Dwaits

    48Ain all

    Bafter all

    Cabove all

    Dat all

    49Abeat

    Bstop

    Close

    Ddevelop

    50Aworst

    Bbest

    Ceasiest

    Dfastest

    51Aheld

    Braised

    Cbroke

    Dtouched

    52Anever

    Balways

    Coften

    Deven

    53Apromised

    Bexplained

    Cdecided

    Danswered

    54ASwimming

    BBoxing

    CRunning

    DSkating

    55Astill

    Balready

    Chardly

    Dalso

    56Aagainst

    Bfor

    Con

    Dwith

    57Aworker

    Bstudent

    Chitter

    Dtrainer

    58Aunless

    Bif

    Cbecause

    Dso

    59Afirst

    Bother

    Clast

    Dnext

    60Asmile

    Bstand

    Cchange

    Dspeak

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    阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的四个选项(ABCD)中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

    You may be surprised to see “making sure children never suffer” as a mistake. The following 41 may help you understand how rescuing children from all suffering   42   weakness.

    A little boy felt sorry for a butterfly   43   to emerge from its chrysalis(蛹). He decided to 44the butterfly. So he peeled the chrysalis open for the butterfly. The little boy was so   45   to watch the butterfly spread its wings and fly off into the sky. Then he was horrified   46   he watched the butterfly fall to the ground and die because it did not have the muscle and   47   to keep flying. In fact, the butterfly’s struggle to   48   the chrysalis helps the butterfly become stronger.

    Like the little boy,   49   too often want to protect their children from struggle in the  50of love. They don’t realize that their children need to struggle, to experience    51  , to deal with disappointment, and to solve their own problems. Only in this way   52   children strengthen their emotional strength, become   53   and develop the skills necessary for the even bigger struggles they will meet throughout their lives. Children experiencing sufferings can   54   the ups and downs of life.

    However, it isn’t helpful either in this case when parents   55   lectures(训斥), blame and shame to what the child is experiencing. Mothers   56  to say, “Stop crying and acting like a spoiled boy. You can’t always get what you want.” These   57   words should be avoided. Instead, parents can offer loving support. You can say, “Don’t lose   58   . Be brave! You will succeed if you try again.” Then comes the tough part—no   59   and no lectures. Simply allow him to discover that he can   60   his disappointment and figure out what he can do to get what he wants in the future.

    41. A. saying           B. experiment             C. proverb                 D. story

    42. A. damages             B. creates                      C. experiences             D. burns

    43. A. turning             B. devoting                  C. struggling              D. coming

    44.A. help           B. feed                        C. kill                           D. rescue

    45. A. moved                      B. depressed                 C. puzzled                  D. excited

    46. A. until                        B. as                           C. before                 D. since

    47. A. strength             B. energy                  C. power                   D. force

    48.A. do away from      B. get away with          C. get along with        D. come up with

    49.A. teachers        B. relatives                    C. parents                   D. friends

    50.A. case                 B. charge                     C. name                    D. course

    51. A. friendships        B. scholarships             C. hardships              D. relationships

    52. A. should              B. can                         C. do                         D. are

    53. A. warm-hearted     B. strong-willed            C. absent-mind            D. cold-blooded

    54.A. expect           B. predict                     C. survive                   D. avoid

    55.A. add              B. adapt                      C. devote                    D. contribute

    56. A. pretend           B. happen                    C. seem                D. tend

    57.A. inspiring            B. discouraging            C. interesting              D. touching

    58. A. sight                   B. face                        C. heart                       D. weight

    59. A. parking              B. smoking                  C. drinking                  D. rescuing

    60.A. get through        B. get over                   C. get across           D. get away

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    When you are five years old, your mother is your everything. She is your 36 , friend, and nurse; the only person you rely on  37  with your hopes, dreams, and wishes. But for me, this was not the case.

    My mother suffered from38  problems that would keep her in bed for days, leaving me to care for her and look after myself. This situation  39  me to grow up much faster. While I knew my mother was sick, I felt deep down that we could 40 it and everything would be okay.  41 , in 1997 everything went terribly wrong, and my life changed forever.

    Adoption is a 42 word to a five-year-old, but when I realized that my own mother had signed me over to  43  , I felt it was the worst betrayal(背叛). I suffered from shock, anger, and confusion as I attempted to adjust to my new family. No longer could I  44  anyone since the person I had loved more than all else had abandoned me. Hearing people tell me that she did it in my best interest, I felt even more  45 . I could not forgive her and always  46 how she could reject me like an old sofa. 

    However, the more I got older, the more I began to understand how 47 our situation had been. We had been 48 on boxes of noodles, and at one point we  49 lived in our car. I was once passed from drug-addicted cousins to mentally unstable neighbors as my mother  50 to try and save me from what our lives were becoming  51 each day passed.

    Only recently have I begun to understand  52  my mother gave me to strangers. 53 she really did save me. She loved me more than anything, so she wanted me to have a  54 in life, one she could no longer offer me. I now know my life has been a special  55  only because she was selfless enough to give me up.

    36. A. hostess          B. competitor               C. provider                 D. candidate

    37. A. mainly               B. completely           C. gradually                D. occasionally

    38. A. moral                B. physical                 C. social                   D. legal

    39. A. forced               B. inspired                 C. allowed              D. convinced

    40. A. stick to             B. escape from          C. decide on                D. get through

    41. A. Otherwise            B. Meanwhile            C. However              D. Therefore

    42. A. familiar             B. negative                 C. simple               D. foreign

    43. A. strangers            B. cousins              C. friends                  D. neighbors

    44. A. understand           B. support              C. trust                    D. praise

    45. A. worried          B. innocent                 C. scared               D. bitter 

    46. A. imagined             B. wondered                 C. remembered               D. questioned

    47. A. ridiculous           B. urgent               C. desperate                D. complex

    48. A. focusing             B. working                  C. acting                   D. surviving

    49. A. also                 B. even                     C. still                    D. yet

    50. A. fought               B. learnt                   C. hesitated                D. tended 

    51. A. till                 B. before               C. as                   D. once

    52. A. how              B. why                  C. that                     D. what

    53. A. In the long run      B. Time and again           C. All at once              D. For quite a while

    54. A. challenge            B. goal                     C. reward               D. chance

    55. A. gift                 B. fact                     C. test                     D. deal

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      Enjoy your own life without comparing it with that of another 

                              ——Marquis de Condorcet 

        If you took the strengths of others, and compared them to your weaknesses, do you think 

      this would make you feel good? The funny thing is, this is    36    most of us do at one time or 

      another—and some of us do pretty    37   . 

        Its surely a practice for a(n)    38    in selfconfidence and for unhappiness. Lets say I take a 

      look at someone who creates    39    artwork on their website and I look at my art, and realize I 

      don’t come    _40 _   to being matched with him. In fact, I look pretty pitiful. But it’s not a fair    

      41   . If I looked at my strengths—writing useful and honest posts—I can see that I have a lot to 

      offer, a lot to be happy about. 

        That’s so important—being able to look at your own strengths, and see your true    42   . It’s 

      actually one of the    43    to success and happiness. 

        I want to talk about this issue   44    an email from a reader recently: I have some teammates 

      from very rich families, I can’t stop myself comparing my lifestyle with    45  . I must say that my    

      46     planning is sound enough to take care of my existing family; and I can take care of new 

      family members also, at least for   47   even if I lose my current job. But   48   I see or hear them 

      spending so much money after possessions, I start comparing   49  . How can I stop this habit, 

      without changing jobs? 

        This is an excellent but tough    50   . I think it’s    51    to compare ourselves to others, but it 

      often makes us unhappy even if we have enough and    52    be happy with what we have. My 

      quick advice: try to be aware of when you start comparing yourself to others… once you’ve 

      developed this   53     , stop yourself and tell yourself, “Stop that!” And then    54    thinking about 

      all the things you do have, the things you love, the people you have and the blessings that    55    

      has given you. Make this a regular practice, and you’ll start to be happier with your life. 

      36. A. why          B. what           C. that            D. how 

      37. A. often          B. seldom          C. usually           D. always 

      38. A. rise          B. increase          C. drop           D. failure 

      39. A. astonished     B. disappointing      C. shocked          D. amazing 

      40. A. up          B. close           C. down           D. closely 

      41. A. comparison     B. communication     C. competition       D. connection 

      42. A. strengths      B. shortcomings      C. values          D. weaknesses 

    A. reasons           B. keys           C. causes          D. means 

      44. A. because of      B. regardless of      C. in spite of         D. in case of 

      45. A. them          B. their           C. themselves        D. theirs 

      46. A. financial       B. annual           C. special          D. beneficial 

      47. A. sometime      B. some time        C. some times        D. sometimes 

      48. A. however       B. whatever         C. wherever         D. whenever 

      49. A. then          B. later           C. again           D. thus 

      50. A. question       B. person          C. phenomenon      D. reader 

      51. A. strange        B. natural          C. difficult          D. important 

      52. A. must          B. can            C. may           D. should 

      53. A. awareness     B. hobby          C. tradition          D. custom 

      54. A. stop          B. help           C. come           D. start 

      55. A. happiness      B. life             C. success          D. confidence    

     

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    Two excited kids begged their father for his permission to see a film. Having read some  41 about the movie on the Internet, he firmly rejected their request with the reason that movie presents immorality (不道德) as being acceptable. “But dad, those scenes are merely a few minutes of the   42   film, in which good defeats evil eventually. In addition, there are other   43   themes like courage and determination making up for its   44  !”

    But the father didn’t   45  , and the two teenagers were depressed. Then they heard the sounds of their father preparing something in the  46 . One of the teenagers said. “Dad must be feeling  47 , and now he’s trying to  48  us with some tasty food.” Soon their father appeared with a plate of warm cakes and said, “Before you cat, I want to tell you something: I love you both so much.”

    The teenagers  49  and exchanged with each other knowing glances. Dad was softening. Looking at the mouth-watering cake, the two boys were getting 50  about the father’s long speech. “But I want to be  51  with you. I added one ingredient (配料) that is not usually found in cakes.”

    “To make it more delicious? Oh, come on, Dad! Please just tell us what it is.”

    “OK, if you insist. That  52  ingredient is dog waste.”

    Both teens  53  stopped chewing the cake, spit it out and dropped the  54  cake back on the plate.

    “DAD! Why did you do that?”

    “That is the same reason why I won’t allow you to watch that movie. You won’t  55  a little dog waste in your cake, so why should you put up with a little immorality in your movies?”

    41. A. parts                B. reviews              C. chapters        D. adaptations

    42. A. popular              B. original             C. exciting        D. total

    43. A. inspiring            B. general              C. interesting          D. powerful

    44. A. education            B. meaning          C. success          D. disadvantage

    45. A. give away            B. give in              C. give out        D. give up

    46. A. classroom            B. kitchen              C. sitting room         D. restaurant

    47. A. sad                  B. upset                C. regretful            D. guilty

    48. A. persuade             B. join                 C. comfort         D. supply

    49. A. screamed             B. cried                C. smiled          D. talked

    50. A. unhappy              B. impatient            C. sorry           D. cruel

    51. A. honest               B. satisfied            C. strict          D. patient

    52. A. secret               B. common           C. terrible             D. wonderful

    53. A. unwillingly          B. helplessly      C. gratefully      D. immediately

    54. A. whole                B. remaining        C. strange         D. warm

    55. A. expect               B. add              C. stand           D. overcome

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      The youngest daughter in a family of 13 children, Rachel Hubka learned from her parents to work hard, and to judge people based on their advantages. It _41_ her well as she followed her own dreams.
         She got married at 17, and then divorced. As a single mother, Hubka _42_ three children while working. In 1978, she joined a small school bus company and _43_ general manager within 18 months.
         After 11 years in the industry, and having _44_ good fame, Hubka founded Rachel’s Bus Company of her own in 1989. Serving the Chicago Public School System and _45_ a rapidly expanding business, the _46_ now earns nearly $5 million every year —up from less than a million in its first year. It employs 25 full-time professionals and about 120 bus _47_ , 99 percent of whom are poor.
         "I _48_ chose to locate my company in one of Chicago’s _49_ neighborhoods," says Hubka. "Using the _50_ labor of young people and adults in the area, I hoped to provide them with a(n) _51_ to success."
         From the beginning, she _52_ many people considered unemployable, and rebuilt in all of them a strong work ethic, a sense of pride and a _53_ to succeed. Rachel’s Bus Company _54_ drivers training, and helps them develop skills. _55_ , Hubka guides employees into positions of increasing responsibility and in some cases, into starting their own businesses.
         She also _56_ employees to achieve personal excellence, and shows _57_ for their development by offering an activity center featuring workouts, entertainment, relaxation and computer learning equipment. Meanwhile, Rachel’s Bus Company _58_ donates services for charitable activities.
         Hubka is also _59_ in Stone Soup for the World, a book published in April, 1998 that is a collection of stories about "_60_ people, doing extraordinary things". Such is Rachel Hubka, a person who motivates others to succeed and devotes to making the world a better place.

    41. A. served                  B. arrested                  C. attracted          D. trusted

    42. A. assisted                B. raised               C. consulted        D. defended

    43. A. got along with       B. looked up to           C. kept up with     D. moved up to

    44. A. deserved              B. arranged                 C. established       D. announced

    45. A. expecting              B. conducting              C. benefiting         D. closing

    46. A. company              B. department              C. school              D. industry

    47. A. supporters            B. waiters                    C. drivers             D. passengers

    48. A. permanently          B. patiently                  C. peacefully D. purposefully

    49. A. promising              B. ambitious                C. starving            D. grateful

    50. A. ignored                 B. appreciated             C. honored           D. attacked

    51. A. example                B. ladder                     C. attitude            D. target

    52. A. transported           B. complained             C. employed         D. gathered

    53. A. feeling                   B. chance                    C. purpose           D. desire

    54. A. offers                    B. takes                       C. judges              D. forbids

    55. A. Otherwise             B. Furthermore            C. Somehow        D. However

    56. A. forces                   B. chooses                  C. causes             D. encourages

    57. A. concern                B. interest                    C. demand           D. belief

    58. A. hardly                   B. frequently         C. generally          D. rarely

    59. A. translated              B. created                   C. reported          D. expressed

    60. A. ordinary                B. wealthy                   C. loyal                D. famous

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        About five years ago, when the first generation of wearable fitness trackers became popular, they were announced as the dawn of a revolution. Health experts and busniesspeople alike said that giving people access to real-time calorie (卡路里)- burning and step-count data would inspire them  to lose weight, eat better and -most important-  ____41____  more. But even as the U.S. market for ___42____ devices hits $7 billion this year, there’s evidence that their  promise isn’t quite paying off.

        The U.S. has an exercise problem, with 28% of Americans ages 50 and over considered wholly ___43____. That means 31 million adults move no more than is necessary to perform the most basic functions of daily life. Wearables, experts ___44___, were going to change that.

        But limited academic research has been done to figure out whether wearables ____45____ people’s behavior in the long term. The little research that does exist isn’t ____46____. For a recent study in the Journal of the American Medical Association, researchers wanted to see whether activity trackers would help overweight people lose more weight over two years than if they just did a weight-loss intervention(干预) alone. They didn’t. “We found that just giving people a  device doesn’t mean it’s going to ____47____  something you think it’s going to lead to,” says John Jakicic, the author of the study, from the University  of Pittsburgh. “These activity trackers don’t engage people in strategies that make a ___48___ in terms of long-term change”

         Another new study highlighted a different challenge: user ____49___. By the end of a   yearlong study of 800 people, just 10% of  participants were still wearing the trackers, according to, Eric Finkelstein, a professor at the Duke- NUS Medical School in Singapore. “We didn’t find that Fitbits really have much of an effect,” he says. This may well be because people expect trackers to do something they’re not designed to do-- ____50____, force them to change their behavior. “There’s ____51____ among people about their function, a measurement tool and an intervention,” Finkelstein says. A scale counts pounds, ____52____, but won’t teach you how to eat less. “When people put these devices on, they might interact with the app(应用程序) for the first few weeks, maybe the first few months, but there comes a point where that starts to fall off,” says Finkelstein.

        To be ____53___, some of the costlier add higher-tech wearables have features baked into them that encourage users to move more, says Shelten Yuen, Fitbit’s vice president of research. Among them: shaking sensors, movement reminders and social- media combination, all designed to ____54____ users to make better health choices every day. But more research will be needed to determine whether or not these ____55____ --  or others like them--measurably improve people’s health and fitness levels.

    41.  A. learn                   B. purchase             C. exercise              D. perform

    42.  A. wearable             B. electronic            C. hi-tech                D. built-in

    43.                                 A. misunderstood    B. inactive               C. discourage   D. unchangeable

    44.  A. announced          B. determined          C. hoped                 D. noticed

    45.  A. limit                    B. understand         C. interpret              D. change

    46.  A. encouraging       B. interesting          C. pioneering          D. challenging

    47.                                 A. benefit from        B. result in              C. add to   D. look for

    48.  A. design                 B. movement          C. profit                   D. difference

    49.  A. reduction             B. participation       C. creation              D. expectation

    50.                                 A. namely               B. therefore            C. however      D. shortly

    51.  A. argument            B. popularity           C. confusion           D. interaction

    52.  A. by the way          B. in other words     C. of course            D. for example

    53.  A. fair                     B. cute                    C. accessible          D. technical

    54.                                 A. persuade            B. motivate              C. follow    D. teach

    55.  A. concepts             B. sensors              C. scales                 D. features

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    The two most common organizational patterns of the family are the nuclear family and the extended family. To a large extent, these patterns 41.________ a society's primary subsistence (存在) strategy.

    American social scientists have generally agreed that families everywhere fulfill four crucial social 42.________ : (a) reproduction of new members, (b) child care, (c) socialization of children to values, traditions, and norms of the society, and (d) intimacy and support for members. Although we can define the family 43.________ its functions, the emphasis given to each of them varies widely both geographically and 44.________ . For example, in nineteenth-century America, people married mainly to have children. Today, emotional support among family members has now become the dominant function of the family, and the family has become an economic unit for consumption rather than for 45.________.

    In recent years, social scientists have discovered important 46.________in family types, such as the single-parent family and the nuclear family fixed within a network of kin(亲戚). American families also 47.________ according to social class. A couple's social class affects the number of children they will decide to have, if any, and also the likelihood of 48.________to the family because of illness, death, or divorce. Social class also influences the amount of stress a marriage is likely to undergo and the way parents raise their children. 49.________, the extent to which American families now differ by 50.________appears to be much less than it was fifty years ago.

    The American family has been 51.________ in a number of ways over the past few decades. Many people are marrying later, having children later, and having fewer children or none at all. These social changes have 52.________ diverse household patterns, including single-person households and childless couples. Role changes are also occurring as both partners pursue 53.________ and share family responsibilities.

      Many innovative family arrangements are attempts to enhance the commitment of marriage while increasing individual freedom and fulfillment. In this way, families are 54________ such broad social trends as delayed marriage, greater participation of women in the job market, and a rising rate of divorce. Undoubtedly, the American family will continue to be subjected to such pressures, but how 55.________ will these future adaptations be?

    41. A. reflect

     B. change

    C. confirm

    D. replace

    42. A. performances

     B. activities

    C. relations

    D. functions

    43. A. with regard to

     B. in terms of

    C.in combination with 

    D. for the purpose of

    44. A. racially

     B. financially

    C. historically

    D. spiritually

    45. A. inhabitation

     B. competition

    C. connection

    D. production

    46. A. variations

     B. units

    C. arrangements

    D. characteristics

    47. A. develop

     B. extend

    C. differ

    D. evolve

    48. A. contribution

     B. destruction

    C. combination

    D. application

    49. A. Therefore

     B. Also

    C. Contrarily

    D. However

    50. A. family size

     B. work pressure

    C. economic status

    D. social class 

    51. A. expanding

     B. divided

    C. valued

    D. changing

    52. A. focus on

     B. resulted in

    C. appealed to

    D. called for

    53. A. trends

     B. study 

    C. careers

    D. goals

    54. A. adapting to

     B. dealing with

    C. worrying about

    D. getting rid of 

    55. A. sociable

     B. available

    C. extensive

    D. natural

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    I was almost sixteen years old when I first began to work for the media(媒体). It was 1992 26 I first went inside the Hungarian(匈牙利的) state television building. I remember it 27. I felt so small while everything was so 28 and I felt that everything was out of my reach. I was amazed to be inside this building where everything happened, and where people’s clothing was always nice. I felt that it was a place where the people knew 29.

    At that time I was in media school, and Ms. Agnes Daroczi, then the editor of Patrin, came to my school and 30 me to audition(试音) to be a host in her program. Agnes Daroczi was an excellent Romanian activist in Hungary who 31 well-known in the late 1980s. After a short training, I was on the screen almost every week for five years. After I 32 high school in 1993, I began to work full-time  33  an editor and host for Patrin. One year later, in 1994, the editor of a popular cultural  34  before the evening news asked me to  35  them as well. I became he first Romanian person in Hungary to  36  as a host on mainstream television.

         My heart was in the Romanian program. Of course I also worked for the cultural new,  37  the greater part of my  38  went into the program for Romania. I brought Romanian cultural affairs into the other program as well. There was a big difference  39  the two programs. On the other  40  , it was also a big task for me. However, I have overcome all the difficulties and I hope that I will become as well-known as Ms. Agnes Daroczi.

    26. A. how                  B. when                 C. where                    D. why

    27. A. clearly                  B. cleanly                  C. finally                      D. sincerely

    28. A. small                B. boring                   C. crowded                  D. big

    29. A. someone                  B. everything               C. nothing                      D. nobody

    30. A. asked                B. carried                  C. had                      D. made

    31. A. changed                  B. became                   C. lived                    D. found

    32. A. attended                 B. went                 C. graduated from               D. dropped out

    33. A. as                       B. like                 C. with                     D. to

    34. A. screen                   B. movie                    C. program                  D. play

    35. A. watch out            B. call off                 C. take over                D. work for

    36. A. answer                   B. accept                   C. appear                       D. focus

    37. A. or                       B. but                      C. and                      D. so

    38. A. income                   B. behaviour            C. attitude                     D. energy

    39. A. on                       B. among                C. between                      D. about

    40. A. head                 B. hand                 C. finger                       D. face

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    Jenkins was a jeweler, who had made a large diamond(钻石) ring worth 57000 for the Silkstone Jewellery Shop. When It was ready, he made a copy of it which   41   looked like the first one but was worth only 2000. This he took to the shop, which   42   it without a question.

        Jenkins gave the much more   43   ring to his wife for her fortieth birthday. Then, the husband and wife   44   to Paris for a weekend. As to the   45   ring, the shop sold it for 60000.

        Six months later the buyer   46   it back to Silkstone's office. "It's a faulty(有瑕疵的) diamond." he said, "It isn't worth the high   47   I paid." Then he told them the   48   . His wife's car had caught fire in an   49  . She had escaped(幸免)   50   the ring had fallen off and been damaged(损坏) in the great   51   of the fire.

        The shop had to   52  . They knew that no fire on earth can   53   damage a perfect diamond. Someone had taken the   54   diamond and put a faulty one in its place. The question was: who   55   it?

        A picture of the ring appeared in the   56  . A reader thought he   57   the ring. The next day, another picture appeared in the papers which   58   a famous dancer walking out to a plane for Paris. Behind the dancer there was a woman   59   a large diamond ring, "Do you know the   60   with the lovely diamond ring?" the papers asked their readers. Several months later, Jenkins was sentenced to sentenced to seven years in prison.

    41.A.Only       B.Surely        C.Nearly        D.almost

    42.A.accepted       B.Received          C.Refused       D.rejected(拒绝)

    43.A.real       B.modern        C.worthy        D.valuable

    44.A.Flew       B.drove         C.Saied         D.bicycled

    45.A.first          B.second        C.last              D.next

    46.A.Sold       B.posted        C.brought       D.returned

    47.A.Cost       B.money         C.Price             D.value

    48.A.Facts          B.Matters       C.Questions         D.results

    49.A.affair         B.accident          C.incident          D.experience

    50.A.so         B.or            C.but           D.and

    51.A.pile       B.heat              C.power         D.pressure

    52.A.think          B.agree         C.permit        D.promise

    53.A.almost         B.even              C.just              D.ever

    54.A.real       B.pure              C.right             D.exact

    55.A.copied         B.made          C.stole             D.did

    56.A.notices    B.magazines     C.newspapers    D.programmes

    57.A.saw        B.knew          C.found             D.recognized

    58.A.showe          B.drew              C.printed       D.carried

    59.A.carrying  B.dressing          C.wearing       D.holding

    60.A.dancer         B.woman         C.reader        D.Jeweler

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