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    来源: 山东省潍坊寿光市2016-2017学年高二下学期期末考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Todd left the hotel around 5:30 a.m. to attend a funeral in another city.   41   he noticed a noise from his front tire. It was 7:00 a.m.,” he still had 70 miles   42  , but the noise was so loud that he knew he had no   43   but to stop.

    Todd   44   that there was little chance that anyone could help so early in the morning.   45  , he still wanted to take his chances at Lauritzen car repair shop. Todd asked Glenn, the owner of the shop, for   46  . Glenn asked him what was the matter, and Todd explained his   47  .

    Glenn checked the car and told Todd what he’d   48  : The wheel bearing was failing.   49   it would take a few hours, but there was no chance that the car would make it that   50   without repairs.

    Todd started   51   a backup plan. Could he rent a car? Glenn contacted the store across the street, but its only rental car wasn’t   52  . Finding another place to rent would   53   a 40-mile drive.

    “I must have looked pretty hopeless at that time because Glenn then   54   into his pocket, pulled out the keys to his own   55   and said ‘Take my truck. Fill it up with gas and don’t turn on the emergency lights,’” Todd said. With a smile, Glenn   56   that the truck could go 120 miles per hour if needed.

    The men had   57   each other just 10 minutes before, but Glenn insisted on lending his truck to him Todd jumped into the truck and made it to the funeral. When he came back to the   58   seven hours later with a thankful heart, he stayed to chat with Glenn.

    “The 74-year-old repairman turned my   59   day into a good one with a great lesson,” Todd said. “Just be   60   and get ready to help.”

    41. A. Eventually                B. Suddenly                       C. Cautiously                            D. Interestingly

    42. A. up                                   B. forward                          C. behind                                  D. ahead

    43. A. choice                      B. luck                                C. chance                                 D. confidence

    44. A. convinced                B. remembered                  C. figured                           D. informed

    45. A. Therefore                B. However                        C. Instead                          D. Otherwise

    46. A. help                         B. advice                                   C. direction                        D. instruction

    47. A. doubt                       B. expectation                           C. trouble                                  D. curiosity

    48. A. expected                  B. attempted                      C. reserved                        D. feared

    49. A. Fixing                       B. Making                           C. Preparing                      D. Evaluating

    50. A. size                          B. level                               C. distance                        D. length

    51. A. talking about                   B. worrying about               C. caring about                  D. thinking about

    52. A. reliable                            B. available                        C. suitable                         D. portable

    53. A. skip                          B. waste                             C. require                                 D. promote

    54. A. reached                          B. broke                             C. looked                                  D. ran

    55. A. yard                         B. shop                              C. house                                   D. vehicle

    56. A. warned             B. added                 C. announced             D. recommended

    57. A. faced up to                  B. waved goodbye to       C. fitted in with          D. made acquaintance with

    58. A. park                         B. hotel                              C. garage                                 D. funeral

    59. A. terrible                            B. ordinary                         C. boring                                   D. nervous

    60. A. brave                       B. generous                       C. patient                                  D. outgoing

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  • 难度: 使用次数:2 入库时间:2017-10-16
    来源: 山东省寿光现代中学2016-2017学年高一下学期第三学段质量监测(期中)英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Zigfried, a little mouse, blew his breath on the frosty window of the farmhouse and rubbed it to see the outside. Still nobody came. Maybe today, he thought    41    . It was only a few days before Christmas and he was watching for a miracle(奇迹).

    This farmhouse had been   42    too long. It needed a family. Zigfried's    43    made a noise. He realized that he hadn't eaten anything since yesterday. He jumped from the windowsill, grabbed a    44    from his home, and went next door to Farmer Mike's.

    Farmer Mike's house had been a great place for the little mouse   45     the farmer married a wife who had a cat. Zigfried   46    when he thought of it. He looked around cautiously as he    47    into the room where grain was stored and was quite   48    as he filled his bag with wheat. He was turning to leave when suddenly he  49   a hot breath about his ear. His heart beat   50   , and without thinking he started to run and luckily    51    the cat's paws.

    The next afternoon Zigfried heard some good news: a   52    family would be moving into the farmhouse soon. Zigfried's granny would arrive on Christmas Eve to    53    with him. He hoped that the family would come before his granny came. Before long, a car came   54     the road leading to the house, with butter sandwiches, cheese and chocolate.

    Zigfried's Christmas miracle did arrive!

    The house came     55   the next few days. Zigfried    56     every single hour of them.    57   , the day before Christmas when he was drinking hot chocolate with a     58    smile at the door of his home, he heard the    59     of the children of the family about what they might get for Christmas. What? A cat? The   60    froze on his face; his mouth fell wide open. After a long while, he at last found his voice: “Hey! Whose Christmas miracle is this?”

    41. A. carefully                   B. excitedly                 C. hopefully                D. proudly

    42. A. shabby                           B. noisy                       C. messy                            D. empty

    43. A. mouth                      B. nose                       C. stomach                 D. throat

    44. A. bag                          B. stick                        C. bowl                        D. coat

    45. A. although                  B. until                        C. whereas                 D. unless

    46. A. leapt                        B. sniffed                           C. trembled                 D. withdrew

    47A. broke                            B. marched                 C. paced                            D. stole

    48. A. curious                           B. nervous                  C. pitiful                      D. sensible

    49. A. took                         B. released                 C. felt                          D. drew

    50. A. strongly                   B. irregularly               C. slowly                            D. wildly

    51. A. escaped                         B. seized                            C. rubbed                          D. scratched

    52. A. close                        B. happy                            C. new                        D. young

    53. A. celebrate                 B. communicate          C. compete                 D. compromise

    54. A. across                            B. from                        C. off                           D. up

    55. A. alive                         B. loose                      C. open                       D. still

    56. A. counted                          B. enjoyed                  C. missed                           D. wasted

    57. A. However                  B. Instead                   C. Moreover                D. Therefore

    58. A. bitter                        B. forced                            C. polite                      D. satisfied

    59. A. introduction                    B. discussion                     C. comment                D. debate

    60. A. blood                       B. smile                       C. tear                        D. sweat

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  • 难度: 使用次数:5 入库时间:2017-10-16
    来源: 山东省聊城市2016-2017学年高二下学期期末考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Much meaning can be conveyed with our eyes, so it is often said that eyes can speak.

    Do you have such kind of   31  ? In a bus you may look at a stranger, but not too long. And if he   32   that he is being stared at, he may feel uncomfortable.

    The   33   is the case in daily life. If you are looked at for longer than   34  , you will look at yourself up and down to see if there is   35   wrong with you. If nothing goes wrong, you will feel   36   that others stare at you that way. Eyes do speak, right?

    Looking too long at someone may seem to be   37   and aggressive. But things are   38   when it comes to staring at the opposite sex. If a man glances at a woman for more than 10 seconds and   39   to turn away his gaze (凝视), his intentions are obviousthat is, he   40   to attract her attention, to make her understand that he is   41   her.

    However, the normal eye contact for two people in conversation is that the speaker will only   42   at the listener from time to time, in order to make sure that the   43   does pay attention to what the former is speaking and that he is   44  .

    If a speaker looks at you   45   when speaking, as if he tries to control you, you will feel uneasy. A poor liar (说谎者) usually   46   himself by looking too long at the victim,   47   he believes the false idea that to look straight in the eye is a sign of honest communication. Quite the contrary.

    In fact, continuous eye contact often happens between lovers only, who will   48   looking at each other softly for a long time, to show   49   that words cannot express.

    Obviously, eye contact could be done according to the   50   between two people and the specific situation.

    31. A. impression               B. accident                         C. idea                               D. experience

    32. A. realizes                           B. explains                         C. ignores                          D. likes

    33. A. difficult                            B. same                             C. opposite                        D. ridiculous

    34. A. necessary                B. avoidable                       C. unusual                         D. possible

    35. A. nothing                           B. everything                            C. anything                        D. thing

    36. A. happy                      B. sad                                C. angry                             D. proud

    37. A. typical                      B. rude                               C. acceptable                           D. polite

    38. A. terrible                            B. different                         C. available                        D. similar

    39. A. demands                  B. stops                             C. decides                         D. refuses

    40. A. requires                          B. begs                              C. hopes                                   D. continues

    41. A. admiring                   B. disturbing                      C. helping                          D. punishing

    42. A. shout                       B. glare                              C. smile                              D. look

    43. A. adult                        B. listener                          C. stranger                        D. speaker

    44. A. attentive                   B. active                             C. respected                      D. powerful

    45. A. aimlessly                  B. curiously                        C. continuously                  D. angrily

    46. A. attracts                           B. exposes                         C. cheats                                  D. encourages

    47. A. so                                   B. although                        C. since                             D. unless

    48. A. remember                B. imagine                          C. avoid                             D. enjoy

    49. A. mercy                       B. sorrow                                  C. trust                               D. feelings

    50. A. relationship                     B. touch                             C. care                               D. distance

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  • 难度: 使用次数:2 入库时间:2017-10-16
    来源: 山东省垦利县第一中学等三校2016-2017学年高一下学期期末考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    My wife and I had just finished the 150-mile home from our daughter’s college. It was the   41   time in our lives that she would be gone for any length of   42  . We wondered how other people had   43   it.

    Later in bed, I   44   the time I started college. My father had driven me, too. My mother had to stay behind to   45   the cows from getting into the crops 1, the fourth in a line of brothers, was the first to go away to   46  .

    The truck was slow and I was glad. I didn’t want to get to   47   too soon. I shook hands with my father in the truck and he didn’t say a word. But I knew he was going to make a little   48  . He finally said, “I never went to college and   49   of your brothers went to college. I can I say you don’t do this or that, because everything is   50   and I don’t know what is going to happen, but I think things will work out. When you get a job, be sure to be   51   and work hard.” I knew that soon I would be   52   in the big city and I would be missing the life of the family.

    Then my father brought out the Bible that he had read so   53  . I knew that he would miss it but I must take it. He just said, “This can help you   54   you will let it.”

    When I finished school I look the Bible back to my father But he said he wanted me to   55   it.

    Now, too late, I remember. It would have been so   56   to give it to my daughter when she got out of the car. But I didn’t. I could give her   57  . My father could give me   58   a Bible. But I don’t really believe now that I gave her half as much as my father gave me. So the next morning I did up the   59   and sent it to her. I wrote a(n)  60  . “This can help you,” I said, “if you will let it.”

    41. A. first                          B. last                                C. very                               D. same

    42. A space                        B. time                               C. place                             D. journey

    43. A. avoided                           B. tried                               C. thought                          D. stood

    44. A. used up                          B. made up                        C. thought of                      D. went through

    45. A. protect                            B. raise                              C. stop                               D. feed

    46. A. work                         B. seaside                          C. vocation                        D. college

    47. A. my office                  B. my home                        C. the city                          D. the farm

    48. A. living                        B. speech                                 C. promise                         D. progress

    49. A. none                        B. some                             C. one                                D. all

    50. A. ordinary                   B. serious                          C. different                         D. fascinating

    51 A. honest                      B. shy                                C. intelligent                       D. nervous

    52. A. happy                      B. alone                             C. bored                                   D. lost

    53. A. correctly                   B loudly                              C. fluently                          D. frequently

    54. A. unless                      B. when                              C. if                                    D. once

    55. A. return                       B. keep                              C. post                               D. sell

    56. A. nice                          B. strange                          C. formal                                   D. fortunate

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

    58. A. really                        B. surely                                   C. hardly                                   D. only

    59. A. truck                        B. car                                 C. book                              D. card

    60. A. note                         B. word                              C. topic                              D. essay

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    来源: 山东省济宁市2016-2017学年高一下学期期末考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    I worked in a restaurant.One night a woman came in with three small children.As a_41_,I could usually tell who is going to tip well and who isn't going to tip at all.I_42_got the latter vibe(气息)from her.She asked about the _43_of everything on the menu,but she ordered_44_water to drink.She wasn't_45_appetizers(开胃饮料).At one point her daughter asked her very politely:"Mom,can I have_46_?"The woman pulled out her coin purse and_47_her change before saying yes.Then I was_48_that I wouldn't get a tip,but they were very nice and pleasant to_49_so I didn't even think twice about it.

    At the end of the meal,she paid_50_in coins.

    When I went back to clear the table,to my_51_there were a lot of quarters left for me.They amounted to $8,or about 25% of the_52_.Here was a woman who had to count her money before_53_her daughter a milk because she wanted to_54_she still had enough to tip me.

    Was it the largest tip I ever got?No,but it's the only one I_55_after all these years.

    This story is a_56_that the very best aspects of human nature can shine through in even the most_57_of everyday situations.The first_58_may be powerful,but it's important to let others show their true nature rather than making a snap(仓促的)_59_about them.As a matter of fact,generosity is a valuable virtue,whether you_60_to be rich,poor,or somewhere in between.

    41.A.manager                 B.director          C.waiter            D.cashier

    42.A.certainly                  B.positively       C.suddenly       D.regularly

    43.A.material                  B.price              C.taste              D.colour

    44.A.even                B.much             C.also               D.only

    45.A.content with    B.aware of               C.interested in         D.ready for

    46.A.juice                 B.soda              C.milk                D.cocoa

    47.A counted up      B.used up         C.stared at        D.played with

    48.A worried             B.convinced      C.disappointed         D.annoyed

    49.A.please             B.approach       C.serve             D.attend

    50.A.largely             B.partly                      C.rarely             D.entirely

    51.A surprise                  B.satisfaction           C.amusement          D.regret

    52.A dish                         B.meal              C.amount                 D.menu

    53.A ordering                  B.fetching         C.passing                D.preparing

    54.A.believe             B.insist              C.ensure                  D.admit

    55.A.understand      B.remember      C.require                 D.save

    56.A.container                B.judge             C.performer            D.reminder

    57.A normal             B.ordinary         C.important       D.unusual

    58.A.impression       B.thought                 C.prediction      D.expression

    59.A.choice              B.comparison           C.analysis         D.decision

    60.A attempt            B.happen                 C.fail                 D.desire

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  • 难度: 使用次数:2 入库时间:2017-10-16
    来源: 山东省济宁市2016-2017学年高二下学期期末考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    A bit over a year ago my dad’s health started deteriorating (恶化) rapidly. He went from being a fully   41   person to not being able to drive, walk or talk properly. His organs seemed to start   42  . For months he just stayed in bed, not having the   43   to hold the lightest thing.

    We did a million studies and no one was   44   of what it was. Whatever he had, the hard truth was   45   me: my father was dying slowly in front of my eyes, my biggest   46   since I was a little kid. For the first time I was able to truly   47   old grudges (嫌隙), and give him proper hugs. I became his carer and he   48   I was a responsible and caring human being. And for the first time he told me he was proud of me. I was excited, for my dad was   49   seeing me as who I was. I became so   50   with my dad and it felt wonderful   51   the pain.

    I never really gave up on him. Then something   52   happened. My dad   53   getting better. He suddenly had his   54   back little by little, and he could talk more and even make jokes. He   55   to do a little cooking and house chores again. It was unbelievable! Now he is exactly like himself, energetic, funny and full of life. We are not completely sure   56   he was so ill. Doctors said a million things and every single one stated he wouldn’t   57   it.

    Today not only am I grateful to have my dad back but I   58   up believing in myself! I am so   59   for this life changing experience and having more time to spend with him to keep improving our   60  . Great things can happen to you too!

    41. A. cautious                          B. considerate                          C. independent                  D. responsible

    42. A. growing                    B. failing                             C. improving                      D. developing

    43. A. confidence               B. courage                         C. patience                        D. strength

    44. A. sure                         B. tired                               C. fond                               D. ashamed

    45. A. accepting                 B. blaming                          C. confusing                      D. hitting

    46. A. dream                      B. mistake                          C. fear                               D. illness

    47. A. deal with                  B. get rid of                        C. pay attention to                    D. argue about

    48. A. realized                           B. doubted                         C. ignored                          D. supported

    49. A. luckily                       B. finally                             C. usually                           D. originally

    50. A. strict                         B. angry                             C. disappointed                 D. tight

    51. A. besides                           B. despite                                 C. without                           D. among

    52. A. wrong                       B. ridiculous                       C. unexpected                          D. disturbing

    53. A. started                            B. stopped                         C. admitted                        D. avoided

    54. A. pain                         B. humor                                   C. attraction                       D. energy

    55. A. deserved                 B. refused                          C. managed                       D. forgot

    56. A. whether                           B. why                                C. where                                   D. when

    57. A. make                        B. have                              C. believe                          D. like

    58. A. ended                      B. gave                              C. broke                             D. brought

    59. A. sorry                        B. eager                             C. grateful                          D. suitable

    60. A. skill                          B. health                                   C. appearance                          D. relationship

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  • 难度: 使用次数:1 入库时间:2017-10-16
    来源: 山东省菏泽市2016-2017学年高一下学期期中考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    If it is possible to see red (get angry) about not seeing red, that is what I was doing. We had   41   the timing of our autumn trip to see the changing   42   in the Great Lakes States, and I was really   43   No matter how I strained my eyes(尽力注视), I couldn’t spot red anywhere. Not   44   a bit of golden yellow broke through the dull greenery.

    This vacation was a complete   45  . I sat alone in the backseat of our rented car and got   46   as we drove north through the dull, dark green. In the   47   seat my brother and my father chatted merrily, obviously   48  .

    Then a motto came to mind, “Happiness is a decision.” It must have been something my mother said. She was always passing on words of   49  . When I was a child, she gave me a black book   50   pages. On the flyleaf (扉页) she had written, “Look for a beautiful thing and you’ll find it.” I was supposed to   51   a record of the most beautiful thing I saw each day.

    I remembered spending hours discussing what I’d   52  . A baby’s smile? A stone shining with fool’s gold? Pictures in the clouds, or tulips(郁金香) tipping their heads? I found so many beautiful things that it was   53   to pick just one.

    Now, on the road, I played Mother’s game again. I took in the all-green   54  . Thick forests lined both sides of the highway. The long hill pines and spruce were seen   55  . Maple leaves danced in the gentle wind. I felt like a little girl again—   56   by beautiful things.

    Later in the   57  , after we crossed the Upper Peninsula and drove into Canada, I found the bright—   58   plants I had been looking for. But by then I’d already seen a million shades of   59  , the infinite variety and beauty that only our heavenly Father can   60   And that we can always find—if we look closely enough.

    41. A. kept                         B. missed                                  C. misjudged                      D. seized

    42. A. situation                   B. weather                         C. plants                                   D. leaves

    43. A. upset                       B. excited                           C. happy                                   D. sorry

    44. A. yet                                  B. even                              C. still                                 D. ever

    45. A. success                          B. time                               C. waste                             D. pleasure

    46. A. sleepy                      B. mad                               C. patient                                  D. angry

    47. A. front                         B. back                              C. right                               D. left

    48. A. unconcerned                  B. disappointed                  C. worried                          D. surprised

    49. A. order                        B. advice                                   C. apology                         D. help

    50. A. nice                          B. common                         C. missing                          D. empty

    51. A. set                                  B. break                             C. keep                              D. put

    52. A. brought in                B. put down                        C. got through                          D. referred to

    53. A. impossible                B. valuable                         C. necessary                            D. strange

    54. A. forests                            B. leaves                                   C. hills                                D. scenery

    55. A. nowhere                   B. anywhere                       C. everywhere                          D. somewhere

    56. A. wondered                 B. surrounded                           C. waken                                   D. treated

    57. A. trip                           B. autumn                          C. course                                  D. game

    58. A. leaf                          B. hill                                  C. day                                D. fall

    59. A. red                                  B. trees                              C. green                                   D. plants

    60. A. observe                          B. produce                         C. discover                        D. provide

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    来源: 青海省西宁市第四高级中学2016-2017学年高二下学期期末考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    A little boy invited his mother to attend his school’s first teacher-parent meeting. To the little boy’s 41    , she said she would go. This 42     be the first time that his classmates and teacher 43     his mother and he felt 44     of her appearance. Although she was a beautiful woman, there was a severe scar that 45      nearly the entire right side of her face. The boy never wanted to 46      why or how she got the scar.

    At the meeting, the people were 47    by the kindness and natural beauty of his mother 48     the scar, but the little boy was still embarrassed and 49     himself from everyone. He did, however, get within 50      of a conversation between his mother and his teacher.

    The teacher asked 51     ,“How did you get the scar on your face?”

    The mother replied, “ 52      my son was a baby, he was in a room that caught fire. Everyone was 53     afraid to go in because the fire was 54     , so I went in. As I was running towards his bed, I saw a long piece of wood coming down and I placed myself over him trying to protect him. I was knocked 55      but fortunately, a fireman came in and saved both of us.” She 56      the burned side of her face. “This scar will be 57    , but to this day, I have never 58     what I did.”

    At this point, the little boy came out running toward his mother with tears in his eyes. He held her in his arms and felt a great 59      of the sacrifice that his mother had made for him. He held her hand 60      for the rest of the day.

    41. A. enjoyment    B. disappointment   C. surprise      D. excitement

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

    43. A. noticed      B. greeted          C. accepted     D. met

    44. A. sick         B. ashamed         C. afraid       D. tired

    45. A. included     B. passed           C. covered      D. shaded

    46. A. talk about    B. think about      C. care about     D. hear about

    47. A. impressed    B. surprised        C. excited       D. comforted

    48. A. in sight of    B. by means of     C. by way of     D. in spite of

    49. A. hid          B. protected       C. separated      D. escaped

    50. A. understanding  B. reminding     C. hearing        D. learning

    51. A. carefully      B. seriously      C. nervously      D. anxiously

    52. A. As           B. When         C. Since         D. While

    53. A. so           B. much          C. quite         D. too

    54. A. out of control   B. under control     C. in control   D. over control

    55. A. helpless      B. hopeless         C. senseless     D. useless

    56. A. pointed      B. showed          C. wiped         D. touched

    57. A. ugly         B. lasting          C. serious        D. frightening

    58. A. forgot       B. recognized       C. considered     D. regretted

    59. A. honor       B. sense           C. happiness      D. pride

    60. A. quietly      B. slightly         C. tightly        D. suddenly

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    来源: 宁夏吴忠市吴忠中学2016-2017学年高二下学期期末考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

       Travelers to new cities are often told to start their trip with a bus tour. It is said that they can then get a full view of the places that   41    them. Nonsense! What you see from the   42    of a moving bus is   43   and completely removed from the real sights, sounds, and    44    outside. Be adventurous! The best   45    to experience any place is on foot and with absolutely no travel plan.  46    go wherever your feet and your interests  47    you. You finally will get to the   48   sites as you are on the bus tour―the museums, the monuments, the city hall --- but you will have seen much more. You will have   49    the present life of the city.

    “But what if I get lost?” people might ask. No one ever gets   50    lost in a major city.

    At first, you can find your way back to a(n)   51   location. If it  52    you to be “lost”, just find a taxi and go back to where you started. However,  53    things can happen if you get lost. You can   54  at a sidewalk café to sit and relax. You can ask the local people at the next table about the directions. And   55    they don’t speak your language, your trip becomes more memorable because of the   56  . Here are a few more ways to get most out of your travel.

    Know before you do.   57   a few hours before your trip learning about the history and culture of your destination. This will help you understand what you’re seeing.

    Move around like a local. Use the subways and buses of the city you’re   58   . You’ll not only save money, but you’ll also learn how people really live.

    Check the bulletin boards (布告牌). Sometimes you can find advertisements for free concerts and  59   fun activities on bulletin boards around universities.

    So next time you see a poster advertising an introductory   60    tour, save your money. Instead, wander on your own. I promise you a time you’ll remember with great pleasure.

    41. A. remembered           B. disappointed                       C. interested                    D. reminded

    42. A. inside                     B. front                             C. back                             D. center

    43. A. invisible                  B. untrue                          C. unreal                          D. uncommon

    44. A. views                      B. cities                            C. beauties                              D. smells

    45. A. suggestion                    B. way                                     C. thought                        D. tip

    46. A. Simply                    B. Particularly                  C. Generally                     D. Especially

    47. A. lead                        B. move                            C. tell                                D. help

    48. A. different                  B. mistaken                             C. correct                               D. same

    49. A. left                         B. felt                              C. lived                             D. lost

    50. A. terribly                    B. possibly                        C. hopelessly                   D. finally

    51. A. unknown               B. well-known                   C. strange                        D. beautiful

    52. A. frightens               B. supposes                            C. delights                              D. surprises

    53. A. worst                             B. hardest                         C. nicest                          D. happiest

    54. A. reach                             B. get                               C. arrive                           D. stop

    55. A. in case                   B. as a result                   C. in fact                           D. even if

    56. A. experience             B. conversation                       C. talk                               D. coffee

    57. A. Take                              B. Spend                          C. Pay                                     D. Use

    58. A. seeing                    B. visiting                         C. going                           D. walking

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

    60. A. plane                     B. car                              C. bus                              D. train

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    来源: 宁夏六盘山高级中学2016-2017学年高一下学期期末考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    O Elizabeth Clay decided to go home and spend the holiday with her parents.The next day she drove her old car home along the road._41_she found she got a flat.The 22-year-old student_42_to stop her car by the side of the road in the winter night and opened the trunk.No_43_tire.

    At this time,a car_44_.Paul and Diane told Clay to_45_them to a service station near their_46_.They arrived to see that it had no suitable tires to_47_with her car."Follow us home,"said Paul.

    The couple called around to find a tire.No_48_.They decided to let her use their own car."Here,"Paul said, handing Clay a_49_of keys,"Take our car.We_50_be using it over the holiday."

    Clay was_51_."But I'm going all the way to South Carolina,and I'll be gone for two weeks,"she_52_them.

    "We know,"Paul said."We'll be_53_when you get back.Here's our number if you need to_54_us."

    Unable to believe her eyes,Clay watched as the_55_put her luggage into their car and then_56_her off.Two weeks later she_57_to find her old car cleaned inside and out with three new tires and the radio_58_.

    "Thank you so much,"she said."How much do I_59_you?""Oh,no,"Paul said,"we don't want any money.It's our _60_."Clay realized that while it might have been their pleasure,it was now her duty to pass on their "do onto others" spirit.

    41.A.Suddenly                 B.Finally            C.Immediately               D.Fortunately

    42.A.afforded       B.wanted           C.managed                 D.allowed

    43.A.spare           B.free              C.full                         D.empty

    44.A.passed        B.stopped                  C.paused                   D.started

    45.A.help             B.push             C.take                       D.follow

    46.A.garage          B.house              C.shop                      D.hotel

    47.A.agree           B.match            C.go                         D.deal

    48.A.way              B.message                 C.success                   D.luck

    49.A.number          B.set                  C.pair                              D.chain

    50.A.can't             B.shouldn't            C.mustn't                     D.won't

    51.A.satisfied         B.worried              C.astonished             D.disturbed

    52. A.persuaded            B.advised               C.reminded                       D.promised

    53.A.happy              B.here                   C.away                         D.busy

    54.A.get in touch with B.keep in touch with   C.be in touch with             D.put in touch with

    55.A.repairmen       B.cleaners            C.friends                          D.couple

    56.A.sent                        B.shook                          C.watched                       D.drove

    57.A.shocked         B.job                  C.duty                                D.came        

    58.A.loaded           B.happened          C.returned                D.rebuilt

    59.A.owe                         B.fixed                           C.tied                            D.offer

    60.A.Wish               B.lend                    C.give                            D.pleasure

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    来源: 内蒙古集宁一中2016-2017学年高二下学期期末考试英语试题(东校区) Word版含答案.doc

           One day, a professor entered the classroom and asked his students to prepare for a surprise test. They waited anxiously at their desks for the test to begin. The professor  21  the question papers, with the text facing down as usual.  22  he handed them all out, he asked his students to  23  the page and begin. To everyone’s surprise, there were no  24  , just a black dot in the center of the page. The professor, seeing the expression on everyone’s face, told them the following:

           “I want you to write what you  25  there.”

           The students,  26  , got started on the inexplicable (费解的)task.

           At the end of the class, the professor  27  all the answer papers and started reading each one of them aloud in front of all the students. All of them, with no  28  , described the black dot, trying to explain its position in the middle of the sheet, etc. After all had been  29  , the classroom was silent, the professor began to explain:

           “I’m not going to grade(打分) this. I  30  wanted to give you something to think about. No one wrote about the  31  part of the paper. Everyone focused on the black dot, and the same happens in our  32  . We have a white paper to observe and  33  , but we always focus on the dark spots. Our life is a  34  given to us with love and care, and we always have  35  to celebrate: nature renewing itself every day, our friends around us. the job that  36  our livelihood and the miracles we see every day.

             37  , we insist on focusing only on the dark spots: the health issues that bother us, the lack of money, the  38  relationship with colleagues, the  39  with a friend, and etc.

           The dark spots are very  40  compared to everything we have in our lives, but they are the ones that pollute our minds.”

    21. A. handed out                            B. wrapped up                          C. referred to                            D. pointed at

    22. A. Since                              B. Until                               C. If                                    D. After

    23. A. fold                                 B. turn                                C. open                              D. use

    22. A. exercises                        B. choices                          C. questions                      D. scores

    25. A. remember                       B. imagine                          C. study                             D. see

    26. A. surprised                        B. confused                       C. curious                          D. displeased

    27. A. collected                         B. finished                          C. marked                          D. selected

    28. A. excuse                                   B. doubt                             C. exception                       D. explanation

    29. A. said                                 B. answered                       C. returned                        D. read

    30. A. also                                 B. just                                C. even                              D. finally

    31. A. big                                         B. black                              C. beautiful                        D. white

    32. A. lives                                B. classrooms                           C. colleges                         D. studies

    33. A. send                               B. keep                              C. enjoy                             D. show

    34. A. burden                                   B. gift                                 C. pressure                        D. lesson

    35. A. reasons                                 B. time                               C. freedom                         D. festivals

    36. A. threatens                        B. ruins                              C. provides                        D. changes

    37. A. However                          B. Therefore                      C. Besides                         D. Moreover

    38. A. close                               B. complicated                   C. special                                  D. strong

    39. A. stay                                 B. contact                          C. satisfaction                           D. disappointment

    40. A. dark                                B. round                             C. small                              D. dirty

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    来源: 内蒙古集宁一中2016-2017学年高二下学期期末考试英语试卷 Word版含答案.doc

     “Look,it’s Baldy!” A boy shouted in my direction across the playground. Even though I was used to regular insults (侮辱) because of the   21   on my head, it was   22   horrible to hear. I sighed as I headed back to the class.
        When I was just 20 months old, I suffered serious   23  after a bowl full of hot oil fell on my head. I was   24   to hospital and had to stay there for weeks while the doctors   25   to save my life. “Holly’s very   26   to be alive,’”they told Mum and Dad. “But she’ll be   27   with scars on her head, and of course her hair won’t grow there. ”
      As a child,I cared much about my scars,so I   28   wore a scarf to cover them up when I left home.  29  I didn’t,people would call me horrible names like Baldy. Although my friends were always comforting me, they never  30  understood how it felt.
      Then through the hospital I was  31  to a children’s burns camp, where children like me can get any help. There, I  32  14-year-old Stephanie, whose burns are a lot more serious than mine. But she is so  33  that she never lets anyone put her down.“You shouldn’t   34  what people say about what you look like because we're not different from anyone else, Holly,” she  35  me. “And you don’t need to wear a scarf because you look great  36   it! ” For the first time in my life I could speak to someone who’d been through something   37  .So weeks later, at my 13th birthday party,  38  by her bravery, I gave up my scarf and showed off my scars. It felt amazing not having to  39    away behind my scarf.
       Now,I am 40  of what I look like and much happier, because I have realized it is your personality(
    个性) that decides who you truly are.
    21.A.hat    B.scarf    C.scars    D.cuts
    22.A.still    B.just    C.never    D.seldom
    23.A.hunger    B.cold    C.defeats    D.burns
    24.A.rushed    B.led    C.invited    D.forced
    25.A.learned    B.fought    C.returned    D.decided
    26.A.happy       B.lucky      C.lonely    D.poor
    27.A.pressed     B.occupied    C.left     D.painted
    28.A.possibly    B.usually    C.finally    D.nearly
    29.A.Although    B.Since       C.If        D.Before
    30.A.correctly    B.roughly    C.easily    D.really
    31.A.promoted    B.introduced    C.reported   D.carried
    32.A.met         B.recognized   C.remembered  D.caught
    33.A.honest      B.strong      C.active    D.young
    34.A.write down   B.agree with    C.pass on   D.listen to
    35.A.promised    B.encouraged    C.ordered   D.calmed
    36.A.in          B.for         C.without    D.beyond
    37.A.similar    B.strange      C.hard      D.important
    38.A.allowed    B.required     C.guided    D.inspired
    39.A.hide       B.give         C.keep      D.put
    40.A.sick       B.aware        C.tired     D.proud

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    来源: 内蒙古包头市第九中学2016-2017学年高二下学期期末考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    I met Mrs.Neidl in the ninth grade on stage-design team for a play and she was one of the directors.Almost instantly I loved her.She had an unpleasant voice and a direct way of speaking,_41_she was encouraging and inspiring.For some reason,she was impressed with my work and me.

    Mrs.Neidl would ask me for my_42_.She wanted to know how I thought we should_43_things.At first I had no idea how to answer because I knew_44_about stage design!But I slowly began to respond to her_45_.It was cause and effect: She believed I had opinions,so I began to_46_them.She trusted me to complete things,so I completed them perfectly.She loved how_47_I was,so I began to show up to paint more and more.She believed in me,so I began to believe in myself.

    Mrs.Neidl's_48_mat year was,"Try it.We can always paint over it_49_!"I began to take_50_.I had been so afraid of failing but suddenly there was no failingonly things to be_51_upon.I learned to dip my brush into the paint and_52_create something.

    The shy,quiet freshman achieved success that year.I was_53_in the program as "Student Art Assistant" because of the time and effort I'd put in.It was that year that I_54_I wanted to spend the rest of my life doing stage design.

    Being on that stage-design team_55_Mrs.Neidl changed me completely.Not only was I stronger and more competent than I thought,but I also_56_a strong interest and a world I hadn't known existed.She taught me not to _57_what people think I should do.She taught me to take chances and not be_58_.Mrs.Neidl was my comforter when I was upset.Her_59_in me has inspired me to do things that I never imagined_60_.

    41.A.and                         B.yet                 C.so                         D.for

    42.A.opinion            B.impression    C.information           D.intention

    43.A.make               B.keep              C.handle                  D.change

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

    45.A.questions          B.comments      C.explanations    D.remarks

    46.A.hold                 B.follow             C.evaluate        D.form

    47.A.happy              B.lively              C.reliable                 D.punctual

    48.A.message                 B.motto             C.saying                  D.suggestion

    49.A.again               B.more              C.instead                 D.later

    50.A.steps                      B.control                     C.charge                  D.risks

    51.A.improved           B.acted             C.looked                  D.reflected

    52.A.easily               B.carefully         C.confidently     D.proudly

    53.A.introduced                B.recognized    C.identified       D.considered

    54.A.confirmed          B.decided         C.realized           D.acknowledged

    55.A.with                  B.below              C.of                   D.by

    56.A.developed                B.discovered    C.took               D.fostered

    57.A.accept              B.care               C.judge             D.wonder

    58.A.bored               B.lazy                C.sad                D.afraid

    59.A.trust                 B.patience        C.curiosity         D.interest

    60.A.accessible                B.enjoyable       C.possible         D.favorable

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    来源: 内蒙古包铁一中2016-2017学年高一下学期期末考试英语试卷 Word版含答案.doc

    I will have a holiday next week and I can’t decide what to do. I have a lot of work to do ____41_____ and this would be a good chance ____42_____ But I don’t like         ____43_____ the holiday in such a wayI can work at home all the rest of the year

    Last year I went ____44_____ to the mountains. ____45_____ there was beautiful but it is too cold this time of a year. And it’s really____46_____ far to go for a short holiday. I decide ____47_____ this isn’t a good time to____48_____the mountainsBut I____49_____to go somewhere elsePerhaps this would be a good chance to go to the beach(海滨).I like to go for walks____50_____the seashore ____51_____the warm sunshine and watch the water It’s only eight miles away and I could get there ____52_____about two hours After thinking it____53_____I am sure that this is a ____54_____time for the seashore than____55_____ .

    Oh here is a ____56_____ from Jim He ____57_____ he is going to his house in the mountains for the____58_____and he____59_____ me to go with him____60_____ giving it some more thought I wrote back to Jim and thanked him for that

    (    ) 41. Aat home           Bat house           Cin school         Din factory

    (    ) 42. Ado it            Bdoing that          Cto do it     Dwith that

    (    ) 43. Ato take            Bto spend           Chaving          Dasking

    (    ) 44. Athe north          Bfor north           Cnorth            Dto north

    (    ) 45. ANothing           BEverything     CSomebody        D. Anything

    (    ) 46. Avery             Benough            Crather           Dtoo

    (    ) 47. Athat              Bwhat            Cwhether         Dwhen

    (    ) 48. Ago                Bgo to            Cgo for        Dleave

    (    ) 49. Awant             Bwanted            Cshall want        Dwas wanting

    (    ) 50. Aon                Bby                Cbeside        Dalong

    (    ) 51. Aon                Bduring      Cin             Dunder

    (    ) 52. Ain             Bfor                Cwith           Dafter

    (    ) 53. Aabout           Bof          Cover           Don

    (    ) 54. Agood            Bfine              Cbetter         Dbest

    (    ) 55. Ahome           Bthe mountains        Cbig cities     Dcountry villages

    (    ) 56. Agift              Bcall          Cletter          Dnotice

    (    ) 57. Asays            Btells                Cspeaks           Dtalks

    (    ) 58. Aweekend        Bholiday            CSunday          Dtrip

    (    ) 59. Awant      Bwish               Chopes        Dasks

    (    ) 60. AWhen          BWith              CWithout         DAs

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    来源: 内蒙古包铁一中2016-2017学年高一下学期第二次月考英语试卷 Word版含答案.doc

     It was a Christmas break from school almost 40 years ago. I had spent most of the morning like any boy would, __41____ outside in the snow and enjoying the sunlight on the _42__ day of the year. I liked stepping through the snow, making snowballs to __43___ the trees, and watching the smoky breath float ()out of my _44___. After a while,though, the _45___ got to be too much and I went ___46___.

         It was warm in the house. I __47__ my wet coat and put on my favorite blue sweater. Then I walked into the __48___. My mom and grandma had just __49__ baking two loaves of Italian bread. Mom looked up, smiled at me and asked me what I wanted for _50__. I smiled back and pointed to the delicious bread. Mom laughed, _51__ a slice(薄片) off the bread, and buttered it for me. Then she told me to go sit _52__ the stove (炉子)in the living room. Taking my slice with me I sat in my favorite chair, and felt the gentle heat from the stove _53__ my little body. It was a moment of pure _54__. I felt so good and so loved that I __55__ it to this day.

        Our daily _56__ and love are all we need in this life. They are all we need to __57_. Anything else is just an extra blessing to be used to make this would a __58_ place for us all.

    Be thankful for the daily bread that fills your _59_ and for daily love that fills your soul. Then go out and with great joy _60__ your bread, your blessings, and your love with the world. 

    41    Atalking        Bdriving               C playing             Dsinging    

    42    Ahottest     Bshortest          Cquickest            Dbiggest        

    43    Apick up.      Blook for    Ccare about        Dthrow at    

    44    Apool.             B mouth        Cbox         Droom   

    45    Aillness.B waste           Ccold     Dsmoke

    46    Aaway            Bfast        Calone Dinside  

    47    Atook off Bput aside            Cgave away  Dfound out   

    48    Aclassroom    Bstation         Ckitchen Doffice

    49    Afinished. Bsuggested      Callowed   Dbegun 

    50    Arest .             Blunch          Csupport Dpleasure 

    51    Abeat.             Bpulled          Cate      Dcut

    52    Aaround Bby              Cunder   Dwith

    53    Awarm     Btouch          C helpDprotect

    54    Afriendship      Bfreedom             Cpeace  Dluck

    55   Aremember       Bwrite           Crespect       Dfollow 

    56   Achance            Badvice         Cnews           Dbread  

    57   Achange            Blive             Ctravel Dthink

    58   Acleaner            Bcloser         Cbetter         Dcooler

    59   Amemory Bhouse Chand           Dstomach

    60   Asave        Bshare          Ctake           Dmake

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    My wood-shop teacher, Mr. August J. Bachmann, was the most influential teacher I ever had.I had gotten into   41   in his class: Another student had pushed me into a wood lathe (车床), and I became   42  and began to hit him. Mr. Bachmann stopped the   43  , but instead of sending me to the office, he sat me down and asked a simple question:“Penna, why areyou   44   your

    life? Why aren't you going to college?”

    I didn't know anything about   45   . No one had ever considered that a fatherless boy from the poorest neighborhood had a   46  . That day, instead of rushing off for   47   , he stayed and explained possible  48   options

    to me. At the end of our   49   , he sent me to see a secretary who had a child at a state college. This was in 1962.

    Well, 53 years have passed, and what have I done with the   50  he gave me? I gained a PhD from Fordham University when I was only 29. I   51    

    English and social studies and then     52   the chain of command from teacher to headmaster.I've sat on the board(董事会) for Magnet Schools of America and   53   that organization at the United Nations. I've won a number of prestigious (声望很高的) educational awards.   54   where would I be if atruly   55   teacher had not taken the time out of his lunch period to speak to me?It was   56   only his confidence in me that pushed me forward.I have

      57   his kindness hundreds of times by encouraging misguided youngsters to   58   higher. If I have   59   any children, it is because of him. If I have been a   60   educator, it is because I had a great role model in Mr. Bachmann.

    41.A.debt

    B.water

    C.prison

    D.trouble

    42.A.afraid

    B.angry

    C.brave

    D.curious

    43.A.play

    B.game

    C.fight

    D.quarrel

    44.A.wasting

    B.ending

    C.changing

    D.living

    45.A.schools

    B.colleges

    C.friendship

    D.teamwork

    46.A.role

    B.try

    C.job

    D.future

    47.A.work

    B.rest

    C.lunch

    D.emergency

    48.A.education

    B.interest

    C.exercise

    D.career

    49.A.talk

    B.class

    C.trip

    D.silence

    50.A.money

    B.knowledge

    C.luck

    D.experience

    51.A.chose

    B.quitted

    C.taught

    D.learned

    52.A.set up

    B.moved up

    C.gave up

    D.took up

    53.A.founded

    B.supported

    C.helped

    D.represented

    54.A.So

    B.Or

    C.But

    D.And

    55.A.caring

    B.honest

    C.clever

    D.humorous

    56.A.after all

    B.without question

    C.in reality

    D.beyond expectation

    57.A.repaid

    B.shown

    C.recognized

    D.received

    58.A.jump

    B.climb

    C.aim

    D.feel

    59.A.praised

    B.surprised

    C.understood

    D.saved

    60.A.successful

    B.confident

    C.strict

    D.special

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    It was still a long way, especially when a wind was blowing in. Trint reached for his jacket and  21   when he saw the box on the passenger seat. His mother had been   22   him spending Christmas on the road 23   and had given him a box filled with   24   . His mom still  25  him like a kid, though he was a driver now. He reached into the stocking and  26   a toy tractor that looked a lot like his truck. He wondered how many stores his mother had to go before she found such a close match.   27   filled his eyes.

    He climbed out of his cab (驾驶室) and ran into the all night café,   28   which many truckers were eating and talking. And a family of three were huddled (挤在一起) in a corner, tired and 29  . Trint   30   the boy. No kid should have to spend Christmas Eve in a truck stop.

    Trint missed his family. His mom raised four kids by herself,  31   no matter. how   32  life was, she’d always made sure they had a good Christmas. Then he 33   his box in the truck. He looked at the kid again and knew what he had to do. He forced himself into the  34   outside to open his truck. He took the   35   out of the cab and hurried back to the warmth of the café. He walked to the family. “I think  36   left this for you,” Trint said and handed the red stocking to the boy. “Tell Santa… well, tell him   37  , ” the boy’s father said and shook Trint’s hand long and hard. The mother smiled gratefully. The boy   38   reached out and caught the stocking and dug inside.

    Trint felt good. He had a job he loved, clear weather and miles of open road ahead. He wasn’t  39   any more, or lonely. He loved this life and he wouldn’t   40   a thing.

    21. A. continued        B. moved            C. left         D. stopped

    22. A. worried  about   B. excited at       C. satisfied with   D. disappointed at

    23. A. backward     B. alone            C. together     D. ahead

    24. A. flower           B. cake             C. present      D. chocolate

    25. A. blamed           B. treated          C. thought      D. respected

    26. A. put back         B. turned over      C. brought out D. sold out

    27. A. Tears            B. Water            C. Blood            D. Sweat

    28. A. around           B. on           C. by           D. inside

    29. A. excited          B. unhappy      C. enthusiastic     D. pleased

    30. A. felt proud of    B. got tired of     C. felt sorry for  D .became interested in

    31.  A. for             B. so           C. though           D. but

    32. A. hard         B. unfair          C. hopeless     D. boring

    33. A. threw away       B. sent back        C. thought of       D. put down

    34. A. cold             B. warmth       C. snow         D. rain

    35. A. toy tractor      B. jacket           C. bag          D. stocking

    36. A. God         B. Santa Claus C. my mother        D. someone kind

    37. A. yes          B. no           C. sorry            D. thanks

    38. A. sadly            B. weakly       C. eagerly     D. seriously

    39. A. surprised        B. tired            C. relaxed      D. confused

    40. A. improve          B. miss             C. throw            D. change

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    Last Christmas while staying with my parents, I   41    across some old love letters that my parents wrote to each other. These letters were all piled up in a basket, dirty and    42   with dust.    43   to read and sort them, I asked them if I could take the letters back to my Illinois home. They agreed.

    As I carefully opened each letter, all of them delicate with age, I discovered a new page  44  unknown to me in this private chapter of my parents’ lives.

    My father used to    45    in the army. So his letters were full of frontline    46   of the things about the war. Each of my mother’s letters was marked   47   her 1944 dark red lipstick kiss. I was    48   to these letters like a magnet (磁铁).

    Just six weeks after our Christmas visit, Daddy became very   49  . and was hospitalized. This time, he was fighting a   50   kind of war. As I sat by his bedside, we discussed the   51  . He told me how much receiving those lipstick-kissed letters had   52   to him when he had been so far from home.

    It so happened that the next day would be February 14. From the    53   letters I chose the card my father had sent Mother in 1944 and brought it to my father’s bedside.

    At his bedside, I joked with him, saying  54  , “Today is Valentine’s Day, don’t you want to send Mother a present?” He became more  55    when I handed him the old   56  . He carefully opened it and took out the card, and when he   57  it, his eyes were filled with tears.

    My father, in a voice tight with   58  read the loving  59  he’d sent to my mother fifty-six years earlier. And this time, he could read it to her   60    .

    41. A. came             B. hit              C. drew             D. fell

    42. A. hidden           B. covered          C. buried           D. filled

    43. A. Pretending       B. Suggesting       C. Preferring           D. Deciding

    44. A. recently         B. occasionally     C. previously           D. usually

    45. A. work             B. study                C. serve                D. report 

    46. A. accounts     B. documents            C. introductions        D. occupations

    47. A. with             B. for              C. of               D. as

    48. A. devoted      B. abandoned            C. thrown           D. drawn

    49. A. depressed        B. dead.                C. dangerous            D. ill

    50. A. typical          B. traditional          C. different            D. familiar  

    51. A. wars             B. illnesses            C. letters          D. prescriptions

    52. A. meant            B. intended             C. planned          D. said

    53. A. divided      B. sorted           C. separated            D. updated

    54. A. sadly            B. angrily          C. softly               D. loudly

    55. A. curious     B. enthusiastic         C. fantastic            D. positive

    56. A. Christmas card   B. envelope             C. basket           D. lipstick

    57. A. found            B. wrote                C. recognized       D. missed 

    58. A. astonishment     B. sorrow           C. sickness             D. emotion

    59. A. story            B. message              C. speech           D. motto

    60. A. in brief             B. in private       C. in danger            D. in person 

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    A group of graduates got together to visit their old university professor.

    The conversation soon turned into complaints about 41 in work and life. To offer his 42 coffee, the professor went to the kitchen and 43 with a large pot of coffee and a 44 of cups---plastic, glass, metal, porcelain (陶瓷), crystal, some plain-looking, some beautiful. The professor told his students to 45 themselves to hot coffee.
        When all the students had a cup of coffee in hand, the professor said, “lf you have 46, all the nice-looking expensive cups have been 47, leaving behind the plain and 48 ones. While it is normal for you to want only the best for yourselves, that is the 49 of your problems and stress.”

    The professor continued, “Believe that the cup itself adds no 50 to the coffee. In most cases it is just more expensive and in some cases it even 51 what we drink. What all of you 52 wanted was coffee, not the cup, but you consciously went 53 the best cups.”

    Now 54 this: life is the coffee; the jobs, money, and 55 in society are the cups. 56 are just tools to hold and contain life, and the different types of cups we have don’t decide, nor 57 the quality of life. If we concentrate only on the cups, we will 58 to enjoy the coffee in it. So don’t let the cups 59 you...enjoy the coffee instead.
        At these words, the graduates looked at each other in 60 embarrassment.

    41. A. stress

    B. dream

    C. sorrow

    D. truth

    42. A. friends

    B. customers

    C. fellows

    D. guests

    43. A. carried

    B. returned

    C. arrived

    D. reached

    44. A. kind

    B. variety

    C. sort

    D. number

    45. A. devote

    B. expose

    C. help

    D. addicted

    46. A. searched

    B. witnessed

    C. noticed

    D. discovered

    47. A. taken up

    B. brought in

    C. sold out

    D. cut down

    48. A. expensive

    B. cheap

    C. beautiful

    D. usual

    49. A. point

    B. answer

    C. source

    D. result

    50. A. quality

    B. energy

    C. weight

    D. color

    51. A. makes

    B. gives

    C. hides

    D. includes

    52. A. finally

    B. really

    C. especially

    D. nearly

    53. A. for

    B. with

    C. off

    D. to

    54. A. forget

    B. discuss

    C. consider

    D. try

    55. A. position

    B. relation

    C. workmates

    D. friends

    56. A. They

    B. We

    C. You

    D. What

    57. A. damage

    B. determine

    C. change

    D. increase

    58. A. come

    B. stop

    C. have

    D. fail

    59. A. drive

    B. force

    C. take

    D. amaze

    60. A. quiet

    B. speechless

    C. amazing

    D. reasonable

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    It had been a tiring journey. I    41  the hotel at about ten o’clock that night. There were many other tourists waiting to   42  in. I approached the reception desk and   43  my room number and the   44   to it. To my disappointment, I found that there had been a   45  in communication and my reservation(预定)for a room had not been   46  . The receptionist(接待员)was very polite and helpful. She told me that the hotel was fully  47   for the night and suggested that I live in another hotel which is further down the hill. Faced with hardly any choice, I   __48  her suggestion.

    The hotel was rather strange and warm. The owner was Percy Williams who doubled up   49   a receptionist and a waiter. He greeted me   50   and showed me my room. By then I was so tired that I jumped into bed and  

    __51  a deep sleep.

      The next morning, I woke up feeling very much   52  . I realized that I was  53  with a blanket and my clothes were  54  put in the closet. “Mr. Williams is indeed a nice man,” I thought to myself. I decided that I would   55  on in this hotel for the rest of my holidays.

       I met Mr. Williams on my way out and thanked him for his   56  . Mr. Williams was surprised. “I didn’t do anything   57   show you to your room last night, Miss   58  must be my wife who did that.”

       “Please give my thanks to your wife then,” I said as I moved to leave. Mr. Williams’ next few words made me   ___59   .

       “I’m afraid I can’t, Miss. You see, my wife has been dead for   60  .”

    41. A. reached           B. left                         C. arrived                  D. approached

    42. A. live                  B. check                    C. take                             D. get

    43. A. looked for               B. took away              C. asked for                     D. picked up

    44. A. answer            B. way                              C. access                  D. key

    45. A. limit                  B. mistake                 C. fame                     D. story

    46. A. observed                B. governed                     C. received                       D. accepted

    47. A. booked            B. lent                       C. fixed                      D. rented

    48. A. took over               B. took down             C. took on                 D. took up

    49. A. as                    B. between                       C. for                         D. among

    50. A. friendly            B. calmly                   C. warmly                  D. formally

    51. A. lay down          B. longed for             C dreamed of            D. fell into

    52. A. frightened               B. optimistic               C. delighted                      D. energetic

    53. A. spread             B. covered                 C. filled                      D. operated

    54. A. smoothly          B. neatly                    C. carelessly             D. urgently

    55. A. drive                       B. ride                              C. stay                              D. travel

    56. A. comfort            B. smile                     C. favor                     D. generosity

    57. A. except                     B. besides                 C. beyond                 D. beneath

    58. A. She                        B. That                             C. This                             D. It

    59. A. laugh                      B. hesitate                 C. freeze                   D. wonder

    60. A. moments                B. years                     C. centuries                      D. hours

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