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  • 难度: 使用次数:0 入库时间:2017-06-16
    来源: 四川省绵阳市南山中学实验学校2016-2017学年高二下学期半期考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Ted spent seven years as a prisoner of war. There he discovered the power of   41 .

    For more than half of that   42    he was in isolation(隔绝). He lived for ten months in total    43  . Those ten months was the longest of his life. When they covered the window of his little seven-by-seven foot cell(小牢房) with wooden boards, shutting out the light, he   44   if he was going to make it.

        Ted spent hours a day exercising and thinking. But at times he felt he could do  45    but scream. Not wanting to give his   46   the satisfaction of knowing they’d   47     him, he placed clothing into his mouth to reduce the noise  48   he screamed at the top of his lungs.

        One day Ted got down on the   49    and crawled() under his bed. He found a hole that   50    the air from the outside. As he approached the hole, he saw a   51  ray of light. Ted put his eye next to the wall and discovered a small crack(缝隙) in the building. It allowed him to glimpse outside, though all he could see was a single piece of grass. But when he saw this, he felt a surge(感情的突发) of joy, excitement and  52  that he hadn’t had in years. “It represented life, growth and freedom.” he later said. It was the small hope that helped Ted go   53   this nearly unbearable experience.

        The human spirit is   54   . It seems to run forever on nothing but a faint(微弱的) hope. Without it, you have nothing. With it, nothing else   55  — even the worst conditions.

    41. A. thought              B. scream              C. support             D. hope

    42. A. prison            B. war               C. time             D. month

    43. A. happiness        B. darkness      C. sadness         D. silence

    44. A. reminded           B. required              C. wondered        D. feared

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

    46. A. soldiers      B. friends              C. enemies           D. army

    47. A. wounded            B. quitted                 C. satisfied          D. broken

    48. A. till                 B. since            C. as             D. after

    49. A. window            B. floor             C. wall             D. board

    50. A. let in              B. put out             C. took in           D. gave off

    51. A. weak            B. soft              C. strong          D. sharp

    52. A. gratefulness         B. usefulness    C. achievement       D. establishment

    53. A. by                     B. out                        C. over                      D. through

    54. A. straight           B. strong                  C. lucky                   D. interesting

    55. A. matters                 B. relates           C. changes               D. happens

    题型:完型填空  知识点:完型填空-其他
  • 难度: 使用次数:1 入库时间:2017-06-15
    来源: 四川省成都市第七中学2017届高三三诊模拟英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Are you a man or a mouse? When people ask this question they want to know  36  you think you are a  37  person or a coward ( ). But you will never really know the answer to this question  38  you are tested in real life. Some people  39  they are brave but when they come face to face with real  40 , they act like cowards. Others think of themselves as cowards, but when they meet danger, they act like  41  .
    Lenny had always thought of himself as a  42  person. He got worried before examinations. He worried about his job and health. All he wanted in life was to be safe and healthy.  43 , on January 15th, 2002, a plane crashed into the Potomac River in Washington. Lenny went to the river to see what was happening. He saw a woman in the  44  water. Lenny did not feel afraid. He kept very  45 and did a very dangerous thing. He jumped into the Potomac,  46  to the woman, and kept her head  47  the water. Seventy-eight people died that day. Thanks to Lenny, it was not  48 .
    When you are in a very  49  situation and feel afraid, the body automatically produces a chemical in the blood. The chemical is called adrenalin.  50  adrenalin in the blood system, you actually feel stronger and stronger and are  51  to fight or run away. However, when you are absolutely terrified, the body can produce too much adrenalin. When this  52 , the muscles become very hard and you find you  53  at all. You are then paralyzed (
    使无能为力) with fear. This is  54 when we are very frightened, we sometimes say we’re “petrified”. This word comes from the Greek word “petros”, which means “stone”. We are  55  frightened that we become stonelike.
    36. A. how              B. neither           C. whether          D. either
    37. A. brave           B. real               C. hard             D. certain
    38. A. when             B. until            C. after            D. once
    39. A. realize         B. find              C. think           D. agree
    40. A. life             B. question         C. mouse           D. danger
    41. A. soldiers        B. mice             C. heroes           D. cowards
    42. A. useful          B. brave            C. nervous         D. terrible 
    43. A. So              B. Therefore        C. Then           D. Actually
    44. A. fresh           B. poisonous        C. warm           D. ice-cold
    45. A. nervous         B. calm            C. frightened      D. excited
    46. A. went            B. helped           C. spoke          D. swam
    47. A. in               B. under            C. above           D. from
    48. A. an accident     B. a mistake     C. seventy-eight   D. seventy-nine
    49. A. dangerous      B. comfortable     C. different        D. favorable
    50. A. With            B. Without          C. For              D. Like
    51. A. afraid          B. unable            C. ready          D. anxious
    52. A. gets            B. disappears      C. happens         D. goes
    53. A. needn’t        B. can’t             C. mustn’t         D. shouldn’t 
    54. A. where           B. how              C. because        D. why
    55. A. really          B. very              C. such           D. so

    题型:完型填空  知识点:完型填空-其他
  • 难度: 使用次数:2 入库时间:2017-06-11
    来源: 江西省南昌市第二中学2016-2017学年高二下学期期中考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    The exact cause of the crime cannot be remembered as it happened a long time ago, but the punishment is still   41   and vivid: Dig up the fig tree(无花果)in the backyard and plant it at Mumsy’s place in the country. As I often did when sentenced to hard labor in the garden, I suspected this was my parents’ way of  42   me to do their dirty work. 

    It was a Sunday morning. With some tools, I went at the tree, cutting it branch by branch and limb by limb,   43  all that remained of the once-proud specimen(标本,样本)was a sorry-looking stump of a thing.

     “What did that   44   ever do to you?” my father said, “You should have left some taproot (主根) of it, at least. Go and load up the truck.” On any other day before, during the  45  to Mumsy’s, we would have pleasantly  46  school as usual, but I fenced myself off that time. 

    Then, at Mumsy’s, instead of sitting back to watch me work, he  47  me. As my father and I took turns to work, I could feel that my anger  48  , making room for the simple satisfaction of working at my father’s side  49  a common goal. 

     “ Well,” my father said when we  50  , “ we’ve done what we can do.” “Do you think there’s any  51  that it can grow up?” I asked. “It’s rich dirt. They say you can  52  toenails(指甲)in it and grow little kids.” My father answered. I never tried the toenail trick, but I did  53  as it settled in, took root, and began to prosper. I was amazed and  54  when bowls of figs began to fill the fridge. 

    In a perfectly  55  world, I don’t deserve the reward. I had  56  the tree for no good reasons. What right did I have to the fruit? Years later, I put this  57  to my father. Watching him slide a bowl of figs from the fridge one morning, I felt a sudden stab of shame for my boyhood  58  . My father took a fig from the  59  and let me think of the fruit as forgiveness. “You,” he said, “  60  some of that.” 

    41.A. certain                      B. strange                   C. common                 D. clear

    42.A. inviting                     B. letting                       C. getting                   D. helping

    43.A. since                         B. when                      C. until                       D. after

    44.A. truck                        B. tool                        C. tree                        D. taproot

    45.A. rest                                   B. flight                      C. walk                       D. ride

    46.A. thought over               B. talked about             C. broke into               D. gave up

    47.A. forgave                     B. tricked                    C. entertained              D. joined

    48.A. disappeared               B. concentrated           C. approached             D. exploded

    49.A. through                     B. against                    C. toward                   D. off

    50.A. argued                      B. continued                C. started                    D. finished

    51.A. relationship                B. value                      C. advantage               D. chance

    52.A. dig                            B. plant                       C. remove                   D. observe

    53.A. understand                       B. determine                C. watch                     D. feel

    54.A. confused                   B. happy                     C. regretful                 D. disappointed

    55.A. fair                           B. strange                   C. usual                     D. easy

    56.A. forgotten                   B. cut                         C. helped                    D. guarded

    57.A. task                           B. answer                    C. question                   D. action

    58.A. suffering                    B. misfortune                   C. sorrow                   D. rudeness

    59.A. bowl                         B. desk                       C. kitchen                  D. fridge

    60.A. deserve                       B. receive                   C. protect                            D. suspect

    题型:完型填空  知识点:完型填空-其他
  • 难度: 使用次数:3 入库时间:2017-06-11
    来源: 江苏省张家港市崇真中学2016-2017学年高二下学期英语周考4 Word版缺答案.doc

      In 1970, a cyclone(旋风)hit the southern coast of Bangladesh(孟加拉国). So severe and deadly were its effects that it’s  16  listed as the world’s worst-ever reported natural disaster. The  17  had a big impact on two Swedish men from Mission Aviation Fellowship(MAF). They traveled  18   to Bangladesh for the purpose of seeing what they could do to  19  . They journeyed south by boat for several days, throughout the country’s vast   20  network to reach the worst-affected area and began to envision(预想)MAF using an aircraft that would  21  direct access to large areas of the country that were almost out of   22  .

       Throughout the 1980s, MAF Australia, along with other MAF groups, sent staff to  23   assistance and their patience and dedication  24  since they built trust in the countries that had been  25 .

       In 1997, MAF could  26  start a flight program within Bangladesh. At that time, besides transporting doctors to hospitals located in  27  parts of the country, MAF also  28  an on-call emergency medevac(前线急救直升机)service in Bangladesh.

       On November 15, 2007, Cyclone Sidr hit southern Bangladesh. MAF’s   29   response and emergency procedures were seriously  30   as the office received over 200 phone calls in one day from aid agency personnel in urgent need of  31  to and from the disaster zone. For the next two months, MAF  32  solidly, seven days a week. The float plane became known by  33  locals as “The Sea Angel(天使)”---the only aircraft in the country of its type having such a(n)   34  .

    In 2009, “The Sea Angel” was sent again for rapid assistance  35   Cyclone Alla struck. Today, in Bangladesh, MAF makes over 750 flights and transports around 2,500 passengers annually.

    16. A. just                 B. still                 C. soon                     D. often

    17. A. history             B. failure             C. burden                  D. event

    18. A. separately      B. occasionally  C. immediately           D. fortunately

    19. A. help                 B. limit                C. research                      D. avoid

    20. A. air                    B. bus                 C. river                      D. rail

    21. A. reduce             B. prevent          C. change                 D. enable

    22. A. focus                      B. danger           C. order                     D. reach

    23. A. seek                       B. provide           C. promise                 D. receive

    24. A. ran out                    B. came back     C. paid off                 D. kept on

    25. A. noticed            B. untied             C. assisted                       D. traveled

    26. A. properly           B. secretly          C. suddenly                      D. finally

    27. A. secure             B. crowded                C. remote                  D. coastal

    28. A. request            B. began            C. restore                  D. continue

    29. A. rapid                       B. natural           C. appropriate           D. unexpected

    30. A. followed           B. tested             C. forecasted            D. established

    31. A. transport                B. message               C. funding                 D. encouragement

    32. A. accelerated     B. flew                       C. appealed                     D. searched

    33. A. reasonable             B. grateful          C. outgoing                      D. respectable

    34. A. destination      B. application     C. decoration            D. reputation

    35. A. once                       B. if                     C. when                     D. until

    题型:完型填空  知识点:完型填空-其他
  • 难度: 使用次数:1 入库时间:2017-06-11
    来源: 江苏省张家港市崇真中学2016-2017学年高二下学期英语周考3 Word版含答案.doc

    Hope in my arms

    Last year I was invited to participate in a carnival for Tuesday’s Child. An organization that helps children with AIDS.

    All the children that had __16__ at one particular room could paint a square on a piece of cloth Later the squares would be sewn together to __17__ a quiltThe quilt would be __18__ to a man who had devoted his life to the __19__ and would soon be retiring.

    The kids were given paints in bright colors and asked to paint something that would make the quilt __20__. As I looked around at all the __21__, I saw pink hearts, blue clouds, orange sunrises and red flowers. The pictures were all bright and __22__. All except one.

    One boy was painting a heart, __23__ it was dark and lifeless. It __24__ the bright colors that his fellow artists had used.

    I asked why. He told me he was very sick and that his __25__ was not ever going to get better. He looked straight into my eyes and said. “There is no __26__ in my life.” I told him I was __27__ and I could understand why he had made his heart a dark color. I told him that even though we couldn’t make him better, we can give __28__, which can really help when you are feeling __29__. I told him that if he would like, I would be happy to give him one. He crawled into my lap. I thought my own heart would __30__ for this sweet little boy. He sat there for a long time. Finally he __31__ down to finish his coloring. As I was getting ready to __32__ home, I felt a tug(猛拽) on my jacket. Standing there was the little boy, __33__. He said, “My heart is changing __34__. It is getting brighter, I think those hugs really do __35__.”On my way home I felt my own heart. It too had changed to a brighter color.

    16. A. behaved             B. gathered         C. prayed                     D. hid

    17. A. fold                 B. dry                C. spread              D. make

    18. A. presented         B. sold               C. rented              D. thrown

    19. A. education         B. ceremony       C. organization     D. neighborhood

    20. A. expensive         B. comfortable              C. beautiful            D. loose

    21. A. squares            B. colors            C. 1ights               D. kids

    22. A. negative           B. puzzling          C. abstract             D. inspiring

    23. A. and                  B. but                 C. for                   D. or

    24. A. filled                B. contained        C. 1acked             D. showed

    25. A. business           B. sickness         C. skill                  D. knowledge

    26. A. effect              B. loss                C. justice              D. hope

    27. A. sorry               B. crazy             C. ashamed           D. angry

    28. A. hugs                B. smiles             C. prizes               D. lessons

    29. A. cool                 B. sad                C. energetic          D. proud

    30. A. choke              B. drown            C. burst                 D. wind

    31. A. slowed             B. fell                 C. slipped             D. jumped

    32. A. leave                B. stay               C. head                 D. flee

    33. A. smiling             B. trembling        C. weeping           D. glaring

    34. A. shape               B. color              C. weight              D. temperature

    35. A. fit                    B. hurt               C. fail                   D. work

    题型:完型填空  知识点:完型填空-其他
  • 难度: 使用次数:1 入库时间:2017-06-07
    来源: 江苏省姜堰中学 如东中学 沭阳中学 前黄中学四校联考2017届高三二模适应性考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    I promise you, there will never be a perfect time to do anything in your life.   36   will ever feel 100% certain or make perfect sense to you and everyone else. There will   37   be a perfect time to fall in love, or to travel the world. You will never have enough training, enough preparation, or enough money. And   38   this, even when you feel ready to take a brave step into the   39  , others will likely try to   40   you out of it. Because they wont feel ready themselves, and your ambition and bravery will   41   their levels of comfort. But you dont   42   them an explanation, or any other personal   43   you dont want to make. This is rather difficult to   44   at first.

    Waiting to feel 100% ready or sure is the   45   way in which we cheat ourselves out of wonderful life experiences. I challenge you to   46   free yourself from this self-limiting state of mind. Book that plane ticket, even if you feel lots of   47  . Sign up for that educational course, even if you have no idea   48   it will go. Trust me when I tell you it will all come together for the   49  .

    When you meet your dreams with   50  , when you meet them with mental and physical devotion, you   51   your trust in the act of LIVING. You make your dreams a   52   instead of line items on a list. And that’s good because your dreams are   53   to be experiences. You have to   54   them out in the real world to know if they’re possible and worthwhile adventures in the long run.

    As you   55   on this new journey of living, remember that some people around you will naturally be taken aback. But as long as you arent hurting them, you dont owe them anything that takes away your power to move forward with your life.

    36. A. Something         B. Nothing               C. Anything          D. Everything

    37. A. never                 B. always                C. occasionally     D. forever

    38. A. despite              B. for                      C. from                 D. after

    39. A. impossible         B. unknown             C. beautiful          D. true

    40. A. help                   B. cheat                  C. talk                  D. get

    41. A. improve             B. remove               C. increase          D. challenge

    42. A. offer                  B. give                    C. allow                D. owe

    43. A. excuse               B. decision              C. sacrifice           D. profits

    44. A. refuse                B. grasp                  C. admit               D. confirm

    45. A. hardest              B. bitterest              C. easiest             D. dullest

    46. A. automatically     B. casually              C. vainly               D. consciously

    47. A. uncertainty        B. comfort               C. anxiety             D. hopelessness

    48. A. how                   B. when                  C. why                  D. whether

    49. A. worse                B. better                 C. closer              D. deeper

    50. A. difficulty             B. doubt                  C. intention          D. success

    51. A. carry                  B. remove               C. experience       D. invest

    52. A. reality                B. priority                C. burden             D. relief

    53. A. meant                B. listed                  C. realized            D. entitled

    54. A. check                B. bring                   C. work                 D. test

    55. A. wander              B. rest                     C. progress          D. hesitate

    题型:完型填空  知识点:完型填空-其他
  • 难度: 使用次数:1 入库时间:2017-06-07
    来源: 江苏省大丰市新丰中学2016-2017学年高一下学期期中考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    In the fall of 1985, I was a bright-eyed girl heading off to Howard University, aiming for a legal career and dreaming of sitting on a Supreme Court bench. Twenty-one years later I am still a bright-eyed 36          and one with quite a different tale to tell.

    My grandma, a (n) 37        woman, graduated from college at the age of 65. She was the first in our family to reach that 38         . But one year after I entered college, she developed cancer. I made the choice to withdraw from college to 39         her. It meant that school and my personal dream would have to 40          .

    Then I got married with another dream: building my family from a 41         of adopted and biological children(亲生孩子). In 1999, we adopted our first son. A year later came our second adopted boy. 42          , the  following year ,we adopted son number three. In 2003, I gave birth to another boy.

    You can 43         how totally occupied I became, raising four boys under the age of eight. Our home was a complete zoo---a joyous zoo. Not surprisingly, I never did 44         it back to college full-time. But I never 45         my dream either. I had only one choice: make it work. That meant taking as 46          as one class each semester.

    The hardest part was feeling 47          about the time I spent away from the boys. They often wanted me to 48           home with them. There certainly were times I wanted to  49 .        But I knew I should set a(n) 50          for them to follow through the rest of their lives.

    In 2007, I graduated from the University of North Carolina. It took me over 21 years to get my college degree

    I am not 51         just single-minded(专心的). It always 52         me that from the  53         , challenges look huge, but when you’re in the midst of them, the same ones seem  54          . Not everything you want arrives in your life in one day. It’s a(n) 55          . Remember: little steps can lead to big dreams.

    36. A. judge

    B. student

    C. housewife

    D. dreamer

    37. A. sensitive

    B. ordinary

    C. amazing

    D. curious

    38. A. plan

    B. goal

    C. decision

    D. record

    39. A. care for

    B. search for

    C. push for

    D. stand for

    40. A. drop

    B. wait

    C. expect

    D. keep

    41. A. connection

    B. relation

    C. combination

    D. comparison

    42. A. Therefore

    B. Then

    C. Otherwise

    D. Finally

    43. A. imagine

    B. hope

    C. imply

    D. doubt

    44. A. take

    B. make

    C. manage

    D. get

    45. A. put up

    B. picked up

    C. cleaned up

    D. gave up

    46. A. few

    B. little

    C. much

    D. many

    47. A. satisfied

    B. inspired

    C. confused

    D. guilty

    48. A. go

    B. leave

    C. return

    D. stay

    49. A. break

    B. continue

    C. quit

    D. relax

    50. A. leader

    B. alarm

    C. example

    D. challenge

    51. A. proud

    B. special

    C. responsible

    D. usual

    52. A. hurt

    B. occurred

    C. struck

    D. troubled

    53. A. end

    B. bottom

    C. outside

    D. inside

    54. A. normal

    B. funny

    C. unbearable

    D. strange

    55. A. experiment

    B. solution

    C. performance

    D. process

    题型:完型填空  知识点:完型填空-其他
  • 难度: 使用次数:1 入库时间:2017-06-06
    来源: 湖南省郴州市湘南中学2016-2017学年高一下学期期中考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

        Recently, we have learnt that we have five _36_. Our teacher asked us to find out whether plants have them too. After some research, we found that it is more _37_ that plants have just one or two senses, which is quite different from humans.

        Some plants can sense the light from the sun, and grow towards _38_. What is amazing is that plants which like eating small insects can sense the soft touches of the insects on their leaves. After they sense the insects near them, they move their leaves all of a sudden to _39_ them. It has also been discovered that some plants can feel _40_ the animals want to hurt them or not. No one knows _41_ the plants can do this. The results of a recent experiment _42_ out by some scientists are amazing. It is observed that when plants _43_ dangerous insects, they give off a kind of smell for _44_, because the smell can attract other insects in the _45_ to kill the dangerous ones. How clever plants are!

    36. A. approaches       B. feelings             C. senses              D. touches

    37. A. likely                 B. certain              C. like                  D. often

    38. A. them                 B. it                      C. one                  D. that

    39. A. recognize          B. approach         C. observe           D. catch

    40. A. what                 B. if               C. whether           D. that

    41. A. why                  B. that                  C. which        D. how

    42. A. figured              B. worked            C. carried             D. found

    43. A. touch                B. sensed             C. felt                   D. observed

    44. A. confusion          B. hesitation          C. attraction         D. protection

    45. A. distance            B. darkness          C. fog                   D. sight

    题型:完型填空  知识点:完型填空-其他
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    来源: 湖北省宜昌市葛洲坝中学2016-2017学年高一下学期期中考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Outside our hotel in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, a seemingly ancient woman waited beside the door with her hand outstretched(伸出的). Every day I put my hand in hers as our eyes   41  . She never   42   to return my smile, my grasp, and my greeting.

    On the last day of our   43  , I found myself   44   on a busy corner across the street from our hotel. Bicycles and motorbikes rushed in front of me. We had been advised to walk   45     through the heavy traffic without looking right or left. Let them   46   us. But tonight I was by myself and felt   47   to face the stream of vehicles.   48   I hesitated on the sidewalk, I felt a hand on my elbow and looked down to see the smile of my small beggar friend looking up at me. She nodded her head toward the street,   49   that she would take me across. Together, we moved slowly into the chaos.

    Then we moved on   50   the sidewalk, where she pulled my face down to hers, kissed me on both cheeks, and then walked away, still smiling and waving back to me. I had not given her a single coin. We had   51   something vastly more important — a warming of hearts in friendship.

    Traveling in poorer nations, I have   52   a variety of ways to deal with beggars. The most  53   response of tourists faced with those extremely poor people is to   54   them and focus their eyes elsewhere. I have seen people push away an outstretched hand in   55  . A few may hurriedly drop a few coins, and then make a quick getaway in hopes that another 20 ragged beggars won’t immediately appear on the   56  .

    For many reasons, giving money is not the best   57   to an outstretched hand. The greatest gift is time and respect. To look beggars in the eye and smile, thus acknowledging their existence, is a small thing. Putting your hand into another’s outstretched hand and grasping it  58   for a moment is also a small thing. But these are important. Everyone needs   59  , to be seen as worthy of being   60  , to feel appreciated and loved. And I believe that everyone is worthy and worth knowing.

    41. A. met                           B. opened                     C. turned                      D. dropped

    42. A. attempted                   B. wanted                     C. managed                  D. failed

    43. A. work                         B. visit                         C. camp                       D. festival

    44. A. free                           B. alone                        C. lost                          D. exposed

    45. A. away                         B. off                           C. straight                    D. about

    46. A. avoid                         B. stop                         C. lead                         D. direct

    47. A. unwilling                    B. inadequate                C. inactive                    D. unfit

    48. A. Since                         B. Although                   C. As                           D. Before      

    49. A. hoping                       B. considering               C. concluding              D. suggesting

    50. A. across                       B. off                           C. along                       D. towards

    51. A. earned                       B. shared                      C. expected                   D. undertaken

    52. A. changed                     B. followed                   C. succeeded              D. witnessed

    53. A. special                      B. strange                     C. fluent                       D. common

    54. A. ignore                       B. oppose                     C. tolerate                     D. scold

    55. A. anxiety                       B. desperation               C. annoyance              D. sadness

    56. A. street                         B. corner                      C. way                       D. scene 

    57. A. result                         B. response                   C. reward                     D. reply

    58. A. firmly                        B. casually                    C. cautiously                D. eagerly

    59. A. recognition                 B. encouragement          C. movement              D. invitation

    60. A. liked                          B. trusted                            C. accepted               D. known

    题型:完型填空  知识点:完型填空-其他
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    来源: 湖北省宜昌市葛洲坝中学2016-2017学年高二下学期期中考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Lightning flashed through the darkness over Sibson’s bedroom skylight (天窗). Sibson was shaken by a clap of thunder  41  he knew what was happening. The storm had moved directly   42  his two-story wooden house. Then he heard the smoke alarm beeping.

    Sibson rushed down the stairs barefoot to  43  ; he opened the door to the basement (地下室), and flames  44  out. Sibson ran back upstairs to call 911 from his bedroom. “I felt  45  because the room had a separate outdoor stairway,” he explains.

    But the phone didn’t work, and when he tried to go down the outdoor stairway, he was  46  by a wall of flames. Sibson realized he was trapped.

    Sibson’s house was three kilometers  47  the main road and was so well hidden by trees that he knew calling for help would be  48  .

    Up a hill nearby lived Sibson’s neighbor, Huggons. He was lying in bed when something like a smoke alarm  49  his ears. He jumped out of bed, took his  50  and flashlight, and headed down the hillside toward the  51  . That was when he saw the rolling heavy smoke.

    Huggons dialed 911, and the operator warned him not to  52  the house. But Huggons said, “There is no way I am going to listen to Sibson  53  and die in that fire.”111]

    “Anyone there?” Huggons called out. Then he heard “Help! I’m trapped!” coming from the second-floor balcony (阳台). He entered the house, but soon had to run back to catch his  54  .

    After one more  55  inside the house, Huggons gave up and  56  around back.

    The wind parted the smoke just  57  for him to catch sight of Sibson. But there was no way to get to him. He  58  the flashlight into the woods and noticed a ladder. He took it over to the balcony and  59  Sibson down just as the second floor of the house fell off.

    Sibson is still  60  when he tells the story. “I was alone that night,” he says. “Then I heard the most beautiful sound in my life. It was Huggons.”

    41. A. before                 B. while                 C. since                 D. until

    42. A. on                    B. in                    C. through             D. over

    43. A. hide                   B. wait                  C. check                D. escape

    44. A. moved                       B. gave                         C. went                 D. exploded

    45. A. safe                   B. worried                    C. glad                  D. tired

    46. A. burned                       B. stopped                    C. shocked       D. covered

    47. A. beside                B. off                   C. across               D. along

    48. A. limited                B. false                  C. fruitless              D. regretful

    49. A. struck               B. missed                C. touched              D. passed

    50. A. coat                  B. key                   C. basin                 D. phone

    51. A. noise                B. road                  C. smoke        D. danger

    52. A. search               B. enter                 C. leave         D. damage

    53. A. call                  B. roll                  C. scream       D. sigh

    54. A. breath                B. attention                   C. ladder          D. flashlight

    55. A. stay                 B. chance                      C. thought         D. attempt

    56. A. climbed              B. circled                C. looked         D. jumped

    57. A. clear                          B. open                  C. enough       D. fit

    58. A. led                             B. put                         C. drove           D. shone

    59. A. persuaded                  B. kicked                C. pulled          D. forced

    60. A. nervous                            B. surprised              C. proud          D. thankful

    题型:完型填空  知识点:完型填空-其他
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    来源: 湖北省天门市三校2016-2017学年高一下学期期中考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    On a Saturday morning, a seemingly homeless old man slowly walked into the restaurant with the help of his cane (拐杖). His old jacket, patched (带补丁的)trousers and 41 shoes made him stand out from the crowd. A 42 watched him walk toward a table by the window. She 43 to him, and said, "Here, sir. Let me give you a 44." Without saying a word, he just  45. Holding him with one hand, she pulled the chair away from under the table with 46, and helped him move in front of the chair so he could be seated 47 . Then she leaned his cane against the table where he could 48 it. In a clear voice he said, "Thank you, Miss." "You’re 49 , sir," she replied. "My name is Mary.
         If you need 50 , just wave at me! After he had finished his meal and paid the bill, Mary brought him the 51 from the counter. She helped him up from his cha
    ir, 52 him his cane, and helped him walk to the front 53 . Holding the door open for him, she said, "Come back again, Sir!" He turned and nodded a thank you. "You are very 54 ,"he said softly. When Mary went to 55 the table, she was shocked. Under the plate she found a 56 written on a napkin(餐巾) and a one-hundred-dollar bill. The note read: "Dear Mary, your behaviour shows you have 57 the secret of happiness. Your kindness will shine through those who 58 you." It turned out that the man she had 59 just now was the owner of the restaurant. This was the first 60 that she, or any of his employees(员工)had ever seen him in person.
      41. A. clean         B. worn          C. beautiful          D. expensive
      42. A. waitress       B. waiter         C. guest            D. cook
      43. A. rushed out     B. moved over     C. turned over       D. ran over
      44. A. table         B. look           C. hand             D. seat
      45. A. walked       B. smiled         C. wondered         D. explained
      46. A. the other      B. another        C. one              D. others
      47. A. closely       B. comfortably     C. happily          D. completely
      48. A. hide         B. reach           C. pack            D. discover
      49. A. polite        B. content         C. welcome         D. ready
      50. A. it           B. anything        C. everything        D. nothing
      51. A. change       B. cane           C. jacket            D. menu
      52. A. moved       B. handed          C.placed           D. held
      53. A. hall          B. room           C. door            D. step
      54. A. kind         B. pretty           C. serious          D. cool
      55. A. place         B. move           C. cover           D. clean
      56. A. direction      B. note            C. mark           D. sign
      57. A. proved        B. searched        C. expressed       D. found
      58. A. disturb        B. respect         C. meet            D. love
      59 .A. directed       B. amused         C. observed        D. served
      60. A. lesson        B. person          C. day             D. time

    题型:完型填空  知识点:完型填空-其他
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    来源: 河南省周口中英文学校2016-2017学年高二下学期期中考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Soon it would be the holidays, but before that, there were year exams. All the 41 had been working hard for some time, reviewing their lessons for the exams. If they didn’t 42 , they would have to retake them in September. There were usually a few who 43  , but Jane didn’t want to be one of them. She had worked hard all year, 44 just before the exams she was working so hard that her sister Barbara was 45 about her. She went to bed too 46  . The night before the first exam, Barbara  47  that she have an early night and take a  48  pill. She promised to wake 49  up in the morning.
        As she was falling asleep, Jane was afraid that she might oversleep. Her 50  kept jumping from subject to subject. At last, with the help of  51_ , she went to sleep. In no time
    (不久)at all, she was sitting in the examination hall, looking at the examination  52 , but she couldn’t answer any of the questions.  53   around her was writing pages and pages. 54 she thought hard, she couldn’t find anything to write  55  . She kept looking at her 56  . Time was running out. There was only an hour to go. She started one question, wrote two sentences,  57  and tried another one. With only half an hour left she wrote another two sentences. By this time she was so worried that she started  58  . Her whole body shook. It shook so much that she 59  up. She was still in bed and it had all been a 60  dream. A minute later, Barbara called her name.
    41
    . A. teachers        B. students        C. classmates       D. schools
    42. A. prepare         B. miss             C. join               D. pass
    43. A. succeeded      B. failed           C. ended            D. called
    44. A. but              B. so                C. and               D. because
    45. A. excited         B. frightened       C. worried          D. pleased
    46. A. early            B. late               C. heavily          D. eagerly
    47. A. insisted         B. hoped           C. ordered           D. wished
    48. A. sleeping        B. resting          C. exciting           D. breathing
    49. A. him              B. her              C. them               D. herself
    50. A. hand             B. eye              C. mind               D. body
    51. A. her sister     B. her parents      C. the lessons        D. the medicine
    52. A. result           B. marks            C. desk                D. paper
    53. A. The teacher    B. The students    C. No one            D. Everyone
    54. A.If                B. Though          C. So                   D. How
    55. A. with            B. about             C. on                   D. to
    56. A. watch           B. textbook        C. sister                D. subject
    57. A. gave up        B. put off            C. look around       D. think over
    58. A. examining     B. leaving            C. copying            D. crying
    59. A. raised           B. woke             C. stood                D. cheered
    60. A. nice            B. wonderful         C. terrible              D. special

    题型:完型填空  知识点:完型填空-其他
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    来源: 河北正定中学2016-2017学年高一下学期第二次月考(期中)英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    A Leap (跳跃)to Honor

    Leaping on a narrow balance beam (平衡木) is not easy. But Lola Walter, a 13-year-old gymnast, is an expert at it.

    To perfect her skills, Lola 41 for four hours a day, five days a week. At the state championships in March, she finished seventh out of 16 girls. That’s especially impressive42 she is legally blind, born with a rare condition that causes her eyes to shift (转移) constantly. She often sees double and can’t 43 how far away things are.

    When she was little, her mom 44 that even though she couldn't see 45. she was fearless. So her mom signed her up for gymnastics when she was three. She loved the 46 right away and gymnastics became her favorite.

    Though learning gymnastics has been more 47 for her than for some of her tournaments (锦标赛)she has never quit (放弃). She doesn’t let her 48 stop her from doing anything that she wants to. She likes the determination (决心) it takes to do the sport. Her biggest 49 is the balance beam. Because she has double vision, she often sees two beams. She must use her sense of touch to help her during her routine. Sometimes she even closes her eyes. “You have to 50 your mind that it’ll take you where you want to go,” says Lola.

    To be a top-level gymnast, one must be brave. The beam is probably the most 51 for anyone because it’s only four inches wide. At the state competitionLola didn’t 52 the beam. In fact, she got an 8.1 out of 10 -- her highest score yet.

    Lola doesn’t want to be 53 differently from the other girls on her team. At the competitions, the judges don’t know about her vision 54. She doesn’t tell them, because she doesn’t think they need to know. Her mom is amazed by her 55 attitude.

    Lola never thinks about 56. She is presently at level 7 while the highest is level 10 in gymnastics. Her 57 is to reach level 9. She says she wants to be a gymnastics coach to 58 what she’s learned to other kids when she grew up.

    Lola is 59 of all her hard work and success. She says it has helped her overcome problems in her life outside gymnastics, too. Her 60 for others is “just believe yourself”.

    41. A. runs           B. teaches           C. trains               D. dances

    42. A. since          B. unless                     C. after                D. though

    43. A. tell                     B. guess                     C. fancy               D. predict

    44. A. doubted            B. remembered    C. imagined         D. noticed

    45. A. deeply        B. well                  C. ahead                     D. carefully

    46. A. task            B. sport                C. event               D. show

    47. A. boring        B. enjoyable         C. difficult             D. unsatisfying

    48. A. talent         B. quality                     C. nature                    D. condition

    49. A. doubt         B. advantage              C. challenge        D. program

    50. A. examine     B. express            C. open                D. trust

    51. A. fearful        B. harmful            C. unfair               D. inconvenient

    52. A. fall down    B. fall over           C. fall off                     D. fall behind

    53. A. greeted             B. treated                    C. served                    D. paid

    54. A. pains          B. stresses           C. injuries            D. problems

    55. A. positive             B. friendly            C. selfless            D. devoted

    56. A. defending  B. quitting            C. winning            D. bargaining

    57. A. standard    B. range               C. view                 D. goal

    58. A. go through B. pass by            C. hand down             D. give out

    59. A. proud         B. tired                 C. ashamed         D. confident

    60. A. plan           B. advice                     C. reward                    D. Responsibility

    题型:完型填空  知识点:完型填空-其他
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    来源: 广东省广州市113中学2016-2017学年高二下学期期中考试英语试卷 Word版含答案.doc

    John was 20 years old. He was a handsome and gifted  21  . But he stopped talking as much as he usually did after he graduated from high school. This year, his  22  reduced to nothing. His parents knew he was   23  , and continually told him that they loved him. Everyone was   24 about his well-being and wondered what they could say or do to help him, since saying “I love you”  25 wasn’t enough to improve his situation.

    John finally made a(an)  26  . He locked himself in the cellar(地下室)and stayed there for three days without food.  27  he continued to acknowledge his parents’ love for him and his love for them, his depression  28  . His loved ones were  29  that he would even kill himself one day. Healthcare professionals were  30  , but the advice, care and kindness did not  31  . On the fourth day of John’s isolation(隔离), the local high school football  32  , who didn’t’ know John’s situation, happened to call him. John’s mother told him John was not  33  and took a message at the coach’s 34  . Then she went to the cellar door and called down the stairs, “John, Coach Ivers just phoned. He said that his players  35  last night on who they wanted as their assistant coach. They said you were the greatest football athlete they had ever had and they though they could  36  the state championship if you helped to coach them. Coach Ivers said they need you! He said if you are interested, you should be at the football practice  37 at 14:45 this afternoon.” Hearing the message, John eventually came out of the cellar. He accepted the coaching job.  38  the time he came home from his first  39  , he had walked out of his depression. He once again found the great feeling of being  40  , and he was back to his old self.

    21. A. judge              B. captain             C. athlete                              D. professor

    22. A. promise                  B. complaint                C. motivation       D. conversation

    23. A. depressed                B. awkward              C. innocent         D. unconscious

    24. A. curious                  B. positive             C. frightened           D. concerned

    25. A. directly              B. obviously        C. properly                          D. specially

    26. A. apology         B. move                C. difference           D. deal

    27. A. Because               B. When                  C. Unless           D. Although

    28. A. acquired                 B. recovered            C. deepened             D. withdrew

    29. A. amazed               B. convinced              C. bored           D confused     

    30. A. brought in     B. taken in           C. turned in        D. put in

    31. A. solve                    B. produce                  C. work                 D. develop

    32. A. coach               B. manager                    C. assistant             D. guider

    33. A. occupied             B. suitable                 C. flexible             D. available

    34.  A. invitation            B. recommendation       C. request              D. compromise

    35. A. competed                 B. voted                C. connected        D. responded

    36. A. obtain                   B. recognize            C. approve              D. admit

    37. A. in person                B. with delight             C. by chance        D. on purpose

    38. A. During               B. Before               C. By                   D. After

    39. A. appointment              B. practice                 C. experience      D. preparation

    40. A. demanded                 B. respected                C. protected        D. needed

    题型:完型填空  知识点:完型填空-其他
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    来源: 广东省佛山市高明区第一中学2016-2017学年高一下学期第一次大考英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Scott had always been creative. As he finished university, he ___31___ to become an inventor. He often designed many new things. His friends thought that he was misguided. “You cannot spend your life as a(n) ___32___. You will ___33___ have a steady (稳定的) income.” Luke, his best friend, was ___34___ his friend’s future. “Why don’t you ___35___ and get a job in the city?” Luke often asked. “This is my ___36___,” Scott said to Luke. “I have wanted to be an inventor since I was a small child. I am not going to ___37___.”

       Over several years, Scott developed many ideas that ___38___ to become a success. His first invention had many ___39___ and he was unable to sell it. His second idea received little support from people or companies. Scott’s friend Luke ___40___ to encourage him to find a(n) ___41___ career (职业). “Scott, you have to think about your ___42___. I think it is now time to __43___ something else.” “But I cannot stop now. I am so close to coming up with something huge. ___44___ I left my designs now, all my life would have been wasted,” he replied. Luke nodded, “I ___45___, my friend. Just know that I am here to support you.”

    Then one day it happened. Scott ___46___ his design of a new wing for an airplane. He presented it to several companies who all loved his ___47___. After some competition, a company offered to buy his design.

    “I knew that one day I would ___48___ it!” he said to Luke as they celebrated at his apartment. Luke felt a little guilty (内疚的) for ___49___ suggesting that Scott should give up. “I don’t know how you kept going all these years,” Luke said. “You certainly deserve every bit of your ___50___.”

    31.

    A. decided

    B. offered

    C. waited

    D. managed

    32

    A. writer

    B. inventor

    C. doctor

    D. teacher

    33.

    A. never

    B. still

    C. even

    D. also

    34

    A. tired of

    B. interested in

    C. disappointed at

    D. worried about

    35.

    A. forget

    B. speak

    C. reconsider 

    D. reach

    36.

    A. change

    B. dream

    C. honor

    D. chance

    37.

    A. look back

    B. fall behind

    C. run away

    D. give up

    38.

    A. failed

    B. started

    C. happened

    D. appeared

    39.

    A. secrets

    B. corrections

    C. stories

    D. disadvantages

    40.

    A. promised

    B. chose

    C. continued

    D. seemed

    41.

    A. different

    B. unusual

    C. important

    D. happy

    42.

    A. education

    B. future

    C. health

    D. safety

    43.

    A. design

    B. check

    C. try

    D. learn

    44.

    A. Because

    B. Although

    C. If

    D. When

    45.

    A. insist

    B. doubt

    C. remember

    D. understand

    46.

    A. began

    B. completed

    C. used

    D. impressed

    47.

    A. idea

    B. hobby

    C. job

    D. help

    48.

    A. have

    B. finish

    C. make

    D. keep

    49.

    A. nearly

    B. only

    C. almost

    D. ever

    50

    A. comfort

    B. success

    C. patience

    D. wealth

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    How big is space? That is a question man has been asking since the beginning of time. When your grandparents were in school, it was 21 that the Universe was very 22perhaps only 5,000 light years across. 500 years ago people considered that the Universe was only a little bit 23 than the Earth. In modern times with the 24 of technology we are finally starting to 25the immense (无边的) size of the Universe, and it is much bigger than anyone should  have ever imagined.

    Scientists cannot stretch (伸展) a measuring tape from the Earth to a nearby star, so how do they know how far away they are? Scientists use something 26Parallax (视差). Parallax means simply that they look at how much the stars move in the sky back and forth throughout the year as the Earth circles the Sun. This is not something 27 to you. In fact if you stretch out your hand in front of you and 28 your thumb, while29 one eye, and then the other, your thumb will 30 to move back and forth. Stars do the same thing, but our eyes are too close to see the difference. However if we take a picture while on one side of Earth’s orbit, and then take another when we get to the opposite side of the orbit, then we have a large enough distance that we can see the stars parallax, and determine how far away they really are.

    21. A. measured       B. said             C. thought            D. proved

    22. A. old                 B. big               C. mysterious        D. small

    23. A. bigger            B. smaller          C. heavier           D. nearer

    24. A. popularity       B. power         C. energy           D. strength

    25. A. grasp             B. control          C. imagine            D. feel

    26. A. honored         B. called           C. considered       D.believed

    27A.unacceptable    B.unfamiliar    C.unbelievable     D.unnatural

    28. A. look at           B. shake             C. glare at            D. notice

    29. A. covering        B. opening        C. controlling        D. hiding  

    30. A. continue        B. happen           C. stop              D. appear  

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    The cultures of the East and the West really distinguish from each other a lot.This is because the culture systems are two separate systems   21   .

    The origin of the eastern cultures is mainly from two countries: China and India.Both of the two cultures are gestated(孕育) by    22  .In China,the mother river is the Yellow River  23  the Indian one is the Hindu River.These two cultures were   24    for several thousand years and formed their own styles Then in the Tang Dynasty of China,the Chinese culture   25  went overseas to Japan,  26   into the Japanese society and   27    

    the Japanese culture nowadays.Though a bit different from the Chinese one,it  28   to the same system.

    When the two mother rivers gave birth to the eastern culture,another famous culture was 29 on the Mesopotamian Plain(美索不达米亚平原)-the Mesopotamian Civilization.This civilization later on developed into the cultures of Ancient Greece and Ancient Rome.And these two are well-known as the   30  of the European culture.   31    the Chinese culture,the European one also   32   waters.When the colonists of England    33   in America,their culture went with them over,the Atlantic Ocean.So the American culture doesn't   34   from the European one a lot.

    At the same time,the  35  of the language systems adds to the cultural differences.In the East,most languages belong to the pictographic (象形文字的) language while the Western languages are  36  based on the Latin system,for example,the one I’m using to write this paper

    Other factors like human race difference  37   counts as well.However,  38  the far distance and the steep areas between the East and West,the two cultures seldom  39  until recent centuries.  40  ,they grew up totally in their own ways with almost no-interference(干扰) from the other.

    21.A.in all                     B.above all             C.in no case           D.on the whole

    22.A.rivers                   B.lakes                  C.mountains          D.plains

    23.A.or                        B.for                     C.while                 D.when

    24.A.improved              B.developed           C.created               D.protected

    25.A.gradually               B.naturally             C.suddenly            D.quietly

    26.A.changed                B.mixed                 C.decided              D.forced

    27.A.expanded              B.interrupted          C.shaped               D.influenced

    28.A.comes                  B.belongs              C.amounts             D.adds

    29.A.carried out            B.given out            C.brought up         D.picked up

    30.A.base                            B.sign                   C.result                 D.content

    31.A.With                     B.Like                   C.Via                    D.Except

    32.A.crossed                B.formed               C.affected             D.spread

    33.A.went up                B.joined up            C.settled down              D.broke down

    34.A.differ                    B.suffer                 C.result                 D.come

    35.A.feature                  B.development       C.appearance         D.distinction

    36.A.simply                  B.mostly                C.properly             D.partly

    37.A.count                   B.reduce                C.last                    D.change

    38.A.in terns of             B.in case of           C.due to                D.as to

    39.A.communicate        B.distinguish          C.transform           D.display

    40.A.However               B.Furthermore              C.Meanwhile          D.Therefore

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    Once upon a time Sammy and his sister Marie visited their grandparents at their farm. Sammy picked up a slingshot(弹弓) to play with out in the   41  .  He practiced in the woods but he could   42  hit the target(目标).  Getting a little   43 , he headed back for the lunch.  As he was walking back he saw Grandma’s pet duck.

    Just out of anger,  he let the slingshot fly, hit the duck    44  the head and killed it. He was   45 . Frightened, he hid the   46  duck in the pile of woods.  Marie had seen it all from the window but she said   47   . After the lunch the next day Grandma said, “Marie, let’s wash the   48 .”  Marie said, “But Grandma, Sammy told me he wanted to come to the   49  to help.”

    Then she   50  to Sammy, “Remember the   51 ?” Sammy got   52  knowing his sister may tell his grandparents about the duck. So   53  saying anything he did the dishes.

    Later that day, Grandpa asked if the children wanted to go   54  but Grandma said, “ But I need Marie to help make a supper.”  Marie just smiled and said, “Well that’s all right  55  Sammy told me he wanted to help.”

    She whispered again to Johnny, “Remember the duck?”  So Marie went fishing and Sammy stayed to help. After several days of Marie   56  Sammy, he finally couldn’t   57  it any longer. He came to Grandma to admit   58  he had done.

    Grandma hugged him and   59 , “Sweetheart, I know. In fact, I saw the whole thing but I love you so I  60  you.  I was just wondering how long you would let Marie take advantage of you.”

    41. A. farm              B. house            C. woods          D. kitchen

    42. A. ever               B. never             C. often             D. yet

    43. A. discouraged        B. tired            C. worried         D. satisfied

    44. A. for                       B. to             C. by           D. in

    45. A. interested          B. shocked         C. surprised       D. frustrated

    46. A. lucky               B. wounded        C. living          D. dead

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

    48. A. windows         B. hands            C. dishes          D. clothes

    49. A. field               B. woods         C. farm           D. kitchen

    50. A. called            B. signed          C. whispered       D. nodded

    51. A. duck             B. farm              C. dishes          D. lunch

    52. A. happy            B. nervous         C. sad            D. thankful

    53. A. by               B. except          C. through        D. without

    54. A. hunting         B. swimming      C. skating         D. fishing

    55. A. because          B. unless          C. until           D. though

    56. A. taking account of                  B. taking advantage of

       C. taking care of                   D. taking the place of

    57. A. solve                B. understand      C. cover          D. stand

    58. A. what            B. that          C. which        D. it

    59. A. screamed               B. smiled           C. criticized       D. sighed

    60. A. trusted            B. punished        C. forgave         D. hated

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    1. To be honest , a lot of people attach  great ___________ (重要)to __________(成为)rich and famous.

    2. The country , covered with cherry tree flowers, looks _________  _________ it is covered with pink snow. (好像,仿佛)

    3. But she didn’t __________  __________(出现).She could be with her friends right now laughing at him.

    4. He could not have Yong Hui getting away with ___________ people ___________.(说谎)

    5. Well, towards nightfall I  _________  __________ (发现我自己) carried out to sea by a strong wind..

    6.The musicians were to ________  __________  __________ (开玩笑) each other as well as play music.

    7. People love to get together to eat, drink and _______ ______ _______ (玩得开心) each other.

    8. By now his restaurant ________ ________ (应该) be full of people.

    9. Before long ,Wang Peng _______ his customers ________.(赢回)

    10.So he decided to ________ _______ _________(冒险) to sail on a small boat home.

    11.Do they multiply by _______ ________ (下蛋) or giving birth to babies?

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    The night started our ordinarily enough. Jack and Taraour__36____were in their small beds surrounded by toy animals. My husbandPatand I went to sleep___37 ____. __38_____after midnightJack quietly touched me. MommyI want to stay with you. I promise I wont take much room. I shifted___39_____to make room. My son soon fell asleep.

    An hour laterTara cried and I carefully went downstairs. Mommymy____40_____is all stuffed up (堵住)I cant really breathe very well. Will you please____41____with me a little while Tara doesnt often get up at night_____42_____I decided to be there for her. She soon fell asleep. I returned to my own bed. I was determined to sleep. But to my____43____I found Jack sleeping on my side of the bed. He looked so____44____that I couldnt remove him. Quietly and carefullyI lay down between_____45____and Jack.

    I did manage to get some sleep____46____I heard Taras voice again. I returned to____47__ Tara. Momplease lie down with me a little bit. I had a bad dreamand Im so____48___.”“Of coursehoney. It was only a dream. Mommys here and_____49____is okay. We fell asleep____50____each others arms.

        Even in my sleepy stateI thought of___51____these nights of merry­—go--­round (一连串的繁忙活动) will be over. In their placemy twins will be grown.____52____before Im readyour childrens rooms will be much too___53___and empty. So it is especially on days when Im worn out after a night on this moms merry­---go­--round  that I  remind____54___that these very days and nights arein factthe good old daysever so____55____.

    36.  A. sons            Btwins         Cdaughters       Dstudents

    37A. downstairs      Bin                    Cout            Dupstairs

    38A. Sometimes      BEvery time      CSometime      DAnytime

    39A .gently         Bkindly        Crudely          Dimpatiently

    40A. nose           Bmouth        Cheart           Deye

    41A. come          Bstay            Ctalk            Dplay

    42A. even though     Bso               Cno matter when  Dhowever

    43A. joy            Banger       Cdisappointment  Dsurprise

    44.  A.friendly       Bheavy             Ccontent        Dsad

    45A.my father     BTara               CPat           Dmy mother

    46A .before           Bwhen             Cafter          Dwhile

    47A. show off           Blook after       Cwatch out      Dtake care

    48A. scared            Bexciting          Cexcited          Dscaring

    49A. something   Banything    Ceverything        Dnothing

    50A. over         Bon                  Cby              Din

    51A. how often     Bhow soon       Chow long          Dhow much

    52A. No doubt     BNo wonder    CNo problem      DNo worry

    53A. noisy       Bquiet        Cstill             Dcalm

    54A.my children  Bmy husband      Cmy friend      Dmyself

    55A. potential    Bprecise            Cprecious       Dprevious

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