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  • 难度: 使用次数:5 入库时间:2017-08-20
    来源: 浙江省学军中学2017届高三下学期5月底模拟考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Dear Sara

        As we drove off from Columbia University, I wanted to write a letter to you to tell you all that is on my mind.

        First, I want to tell you how 36 we are. Getting into Columbia is a real testament(证明) of what a great well-rounded student you are. Your academic, artistic, and social skills have truly 37 in the last few years. Whether it is getting the highest grade in Calculus, completing your elegant fashion design, successfully  38  your painted running shoes, or becoming one of the top speakers in Model United Nations, you have become a talented and accomplished young woman. You should be as proud of  39  as we are.

        College will be the most important  40  in your life. It is in college that you will  41  discover what learning is about. You often question “What good is this course?”. I  42  you to be inquisitive(好问的),  43  I also want to tell you: “Education is what you have  44  after all that is taught is forgotten.” What I mean by that is the materials taught isn’t as  45  as you gaining the ability to learn a new subject, and the ability to  46  a new problem. That is  47  what learning in college is about---this will be the period where you go from teacher-taught to master-inspired, after which you must become  48 . So do take each subject  49 , and even if what you learn isn’t critical for your life, the skills of learning will be something you  50  forever.

    Do you best in classes, but don’t let  51  get to you. Your mother and I have no expectation for your grades. If you graduate and learn something in your four years, we would feel happy. Your Columbia degree will take you far, even if you don’t graduate with honors. So please don’t give yourself pressure. During your last few months in high school, you were so happy because there was  52  pressure and college applications are finished. But in the past few weeks, we saw you are beginning to  53  (did you know you bite your nails when you are nervous?). Please don’t be worried. The only thing that  54  is that you learned. May your years at Columbia be the  55  of your life, and may you blossom into just what you dream to be.                                                                    

    Love,

                                                                            Dad (& Mom)

    36. A. proud                 B. disappointed              C. sad                          D. comfortable

    37. A. spread                B. developed                 C. blossomed                D. ended

    38. A. buying                B. getting                      C. selling                      D. throwing

    39. A. myself                B. themselves                C. yourself                   D. ourselves

    40. A. decades                     B. weeks                      C. months                    D. years

    41. A. truly                   B. slowly                      C. possibly                   D. hardly

    42. A. encourage           B. force                        C. ask                          D. order

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

    44. A. gone                   B. left                           C. started                            D. ended

    45. A. meaningful          B. interesting                 C. reasonable                D. important

    46. A. find                    B. discover                   C. analyze                     D. discuss

    47. A. consequently              B. really                        C. occasionally              D. merely

    48. A. self-learner          B. self-educator            C. self-employer            D. self-feeder

    49. A. carelessly            B. fully                         C. casually                    D. seriously

    50. A. forget                 B. treasure                    C. understand               D. read

    51. A. importance          B. interest                     C. pressure                   D. honor

    52. A. much                 B. some                        C. little                         D. heavy

    53. A. excite                 B. worry                      C. relax                        D. defend

    54. A. matters               B. results                 C. comes                      D. goes

    55. A. longest               B. hardest                     C. fastest                      D. happiest

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  • 难度: 使用次数:0 入库时间:2017-08-20
    来源: 浙江省金华市东阳中学2016-2017学年高一6月月考英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    From my second year of primary school on, there was one event I was afraid of every year: the piano recital(独奏会). A recital meant I had to practice a   36   piece of music and perform in front of strangers who knew the   37   much better than I. Each year I would ask my father if I could skip the recital “just this once”. And he   38   say something about building self-confidence and working toward a goal.

    So it was with great satisfaction  39   I stood in church one recent Sunday, and watched my father   40   in his shirt and tie before rising to play the piano in his very first recital. My father had   41   to play music when he was small. But his mother couldn’t afford lessons. A   42   couple helped him, but he soon   43   after being teased by other boys. Three years ago, when he retired he asked his church music director, Charles Staples, to take him as a/an   44  . One recent Sunday just before the recital, he told me my dad was playing “the best I’ve ever seen him. I keep waiting for him to reach his   45  , but he hasn’t yet.”

    For a moment   46   my father sat down at the keyboard to play, he simply stared   47   at his fingers, and I wondered whether he would even begin. He’s forgotten the notes, I worried, remembering those moments decades ago when my mind would go   48   and my fingers would        
       49 
    . But then Aram Khachaturian’s melody came, and I realized he has been doing what music teachers always tell their new students to do: focus on the music and   50   the rest of us aren’t there.

    My dad   51   it through Melody and then through another one. What he lacked in skill, he more than   52   in feeling. He rose, turned to his audience and bowed, making us laugh   53   relief and affection ().

    Also in the audience was my 11-year-old son Jeff.

    “So what did you think about your granddad?” I asked Jeff later.

    “He was great,” Jeff replied.

    “I’m   54   of him for starting something new at his age,” I said.

    “Yeah, and doing it so well,” Jeff added.

    My father may not have reached his peak(highest level)   55  , but as far as his grandson is concerned, he’s at the top of the mountain.

    36. A. sweet            B. bright           C. boring           D. sad

    37. A. profession       B. notes            C. recital          D. event

    38. A. would            B. should           C. could            D. might

    39. A. that            B. when         C .how          D. while

    40. A. wearing          B. sweating     C. gathering        D. switching

    41. A. longed           B. learned      C. managed      D. started

    42. A. senior           B. rough            C. gifted           D. kind

    43. A. started          B. stopped      C. enjoyed      D. progressed

    44. A. student          B. teacher      C. player           D. assistant

    45. A. goal         B. aim          C. peak         D. standard

    46. A. after            B. while            C. since            D. as

    47. A. away         B. down         C. out          D. through

    48. A. mad          B. wild         C. empty            D. cool

    49. A. move         B. apply            C. slide            D. freeze

    50. A. ignore           B. pretend      C. guess            D. announce

    51. A. made         B. got          C. reached      D. played

    52. A. put hands on     B. made up for      C. take the place   D. came to life

    53. A. with         B. at               C. from         D. by

    54. A. thankful        B. satisfied       C. fond          D. proud

    55. A. purposely        B. thoroughly       C. musically        D. originally  

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  • 难度: 使用次数:1 入库时间:2017-08-20
    来源: 浙江省湖州市2016-2017学年高二下学期期中考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Another person's enthusiasm was what set me moving towards the success I have achieved.That person was my stepmother.

    I was nine years old when she entered our home in rural Virginia.My father_36_me to her with these words:"I would like you to meet the fellow who is_37_for being the worst boy in this county and will probably start throwing rocks at you no_38_than tomorrow morning."

    My stepmother walked over to me,_39_my head slightly upwards,and looked me right in the eye.Then she looked at my father and replied,"You are_40_.This is not the worst boy at all,_41_the smartest one who hasn't yet found an outlet(释放的途径)for his enthusiasm."

    That statement began a(n)_42_between us.No one had ever called me a smart boy.My family and neighbours had built me up in my_43_as a bad boy.My stepmother changed all that.

    She changed many things.She_44_my father to go co a dental school,from which he graduated with honours. She moved our family into the county,where my father's career could be more_45_and my brother and I could be better_46_.

    When I turned fourteen,she bought me a second-hand_47_and told me that she believed that I could become a writer.I knew her enthusiasm,and I_48_it had already improved our lives.I accepted her_49_and began to write for local newspapers.I was doing the same kind of_50_that great day when I went to interview Andrew Carnegie and received the task which became my life's work later.I wasn't the_51_.beneficiary(受益者).My father became the _52_man in town.My brother and stepbrothers became a physician,a dentist,a lawyer, and a college president.

    What power_53_has!When that power is released to support the certainty of one's purpose and is_54_ strengthened by faith,it becomes an irresistible(不可抗拒的)force which poverty and temporary defeat can never _55_.

    You can communicate that power to anyone who needs it.This is probably the greatest work you can do with your enthusiasm.

    36.A.rushed         B.sent          C.carried           D.introduced

    37.A.known          B.favoured      C.mistaken      D.rewarded

    38.A.sooner         B.later         C.longer       D.earlier

    39.A.dragged            B.shook         C.raised            D.bent

    40.A.perfect            B.right         C.wrong         D.impolite

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

    42.A.agreement      B.friendship        C.gap           D.relationship

    43.A.opinion            B.image         C.expectation  D.mind

    44.A.begged         B.persuaded    C.ordered           D.invited

    45.A.successful    B.meaningful        C.helpful           D.useful

    46.A.treated       B.entertained       C.educated      D.respected

    47.A.camera         B.radio         C.bicycle           D.typewriter

    48.A.considered    B.suspected    C.ignored           D.appreciated

    49.A.belief         B.request           C.criticism    D.description

    50.A.teaching           B.writing           C.studying      D.reading

    51.A.next               B.same          C.only          D.real

    52.A.cleverest          B.wealthiest        C.strongest    D.healthiest

    53.A.enthusiasm    B.sympathy      C.fortune           D.confidence

    54.A.deliberately       B.happily           C.traditionally     D.constantly

    55.A.win                B.match         C.reach         D.doubt

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  • 难度: 使用次数:0 入库时间:2017-08-20
    来源: 云南省云天化中学2016-2017学年高二下学期阶段检测(三)英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

        In an old city of Hungary, there used to be a boy who was very rich and clever but nothing could make him feel happy. He had almost everything a boy could ever want, so he was only __41__ in the most rare objects. One day his parents bought him a very strange __42__ . When the boy went to see his reflection in it, he looked very __43__ . He tried smiling, __44__ his reflection continued with its sad expression.

    The boy went off to buy sweets and lots of toys. __45__ , he came home as happy as he could be, but he __46__ looked sad in that mirror. “What a(n) __47__ mirror! It’s the first time I’ve seen a mirror that didn’t __48__ properly!”

    That afternoon he went out to buy some toys and on his way he saw a little girl who was __49__ . The boy went over to see what had __50__ to her. The little girl said that she couldn’t find her parents. Together the two children set off __51__ them. As the little girl wouldn’t stop crying, the boy spent all of his money buying her sweets to __52__ her up. After much walking, they __53__ her parents who were looking for her, very worried.

    Then the boy said __54__ to the family. When seeing the time, he __55__ to head for home without toys and __56__ . In his room, to his great surprise, he found a(n) __57__ face in the mirror. And so he understood the __58__ of that mirror The mirror could only reflect the __59__ feelings of its owner. He felt really happy at having __60__ that little girl.

    41. A. confident            B. interested               C. skilled              D. rich

    42. A. mirror               B. book                 C. sweet                    D. toy

    43. A. shy                  B. excited                  C. sad                  D. beautiful

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

    45. A. Proudly         B. Hungrily             C. Surprisingly             D. Gratefully

    46. A. already              B. still                C. once                 D. never

    47. A. terrible             B. nice                 C. big                  D. expensive

    48. A. work            B. move                 C. change               D. appear

    49. A. studying        B. playing              C. sleeping                 D. crying

    50. A. devoted              B. referred                 C. happened             D. turned

    51. A. in need of           B. in honor of              C. in search of             D. in charge of

    52. A. put              B. cheer                C. dress                    D. bring

    53. A. found            B. recognized               C. left                     D. accepted

    54. A. goodbye              B. hello                C. sorry                D. no

    55. A. refused              B. agreed               C. pretended            D. decided

    56. A. effort               B. hope                 C. money                D. doubt

    57. A. red                  B. dirty                    C. angry                D. happy

    58. A. meaning              B. wonder               C. game                     D. reason

    59. A. true                 B. strange              C. general                  D. good

    60. A. introduced           B. helped               C. invited                  D. saved

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  • 难度: 使用次数:0 入库时间:2017-08-20
    来源: 云南省昆明八中2016-2017学年高一下学期第二次月考英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Life is colorful. Sometimes it’s just like potato salad; when it's shared it becomes a picnic.

    With three young children, my husband John and I were very   45    . “Can we go on a picnic, Mom?” my six-year-old daughter, Becky   46    . “Please.” I had said no so many times in   47    months, and I decided the usual Saturday morning chores could    48   . To her   49   , I agreed.

     I prepared a few sandwiches and   50   a cooler with ice and drinks and called John    51    . My eleven-year-old twin sons loaded the cooler and the picnic basket in the trunk and off we went to spend some   52   time together as a family.

     About the time I got the lunch     53      out on the table, John arrived on the    54    that was one of the happiest meals we ever shared together. The meal was filled with    55    . We felt a closeness that had been hidden by work and school responsibilities for so many months. John and the boys    56    rocks into the lake. Becky fed the ducks and I sat quietly on the picnic table,    57    God for blessing me with such a wonderful family.

    That night as our children went to bed, I kissed their cheeks and    58     what a wonderful life I had. As I walked out of the room it dawned on me that even the busiest   59    could become a picnic when it's shared with the ones you    60    . Even though the kids have now grown up and   61    from home, I can still remember how I felt that day while sitting at the picnic table.

     Maybe today would be a good time to   62    potato salad, call all of my    63    kids, feed some hungry ducks and skipped a few rocks into the lake. Since life is like potato salad, let's make it a  64      .

    45. A. patient          B. old          C. poor             D. busy

    46. A. doubted          B. asked            C. begged           D. wondered

    47. A. recent           B. coming       C. late             D. following

    48. A. approach     B. last         C. wait             D. relax

    49. A. disappointment   B. surprise     C. sadness          D. embarrassment

    50. A. filled           B. supplied     C. provided         D. compared

    51. A. off work         B. on business      C. at home          D. at work

    52. A. quality          B. unhappy      C. quantity         D. sad

    53. A. cooked           B. taken            C. made             D. spread

    54. A. sight            B. view             C. scene                D. scenery

    55. A. communication    B. laughter     C. hope             D. expectation

    56. A. missed           B. took         C. skipped          D. left

    57. A. thanking     B. praising     C. praying          D. trusting

    58. A. admitted     B. expected     C. realized         D. imagined

    59. A. time         B. lifestyle        C. world            D. occupation

    60. A. enjoy            B. own          C. love             D. have

    61. A. left alone       B. left behind      C. ran away         D. moved away

    62. A. cook             B. appreciate       C. watch            D. plant

    63. A. young            B. little           C. grown                D. handsome

    64. A. salad            B. life         C. picnic               D. purpose

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  • 难度: 使用次数:0 入库时间:2017-08-16
    来源: 天津市静海县第一中学2016-2017学年高二6月月考英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Carolyn Stradley is the founder of C&S Paving Inc.(铺路公司)in Atlanta, USA. In the following account, she recalls the job that challenged her  16  and skill but left her flying high.

    “When the Atlanta Airport was under  17   in 1979, we were a new company struggling to make it. National Car Rental wanted to have 2,500 square meters of dirt paved,  18   the cars could be on site  19   the airport opened, and the official opening was only ten days away!  20  other local paving company wanted to do the job,  21   it couldn’t be done in such a short time.”

    “Because we were new and really needed the work, we were  22   to try harder. We gave National Car Rental our offer and  23   our best effort to get the job finished within ten days. We also  24  them that if we failed, they would be no worse off,  25  they had plenty to gain if we succeeded.”

    “We got the job and immediately went into  26  . Working at night needed lights, so I rented a machine to produce electricity for the site. Our  27   challenge was to keep the rock mixture  28  enough. All the available water wagons(洒水车)were rented out for the airport construction, and we certainly couldn’t afford to buy a new one.  29  , I got a special    30  to rent fire engine hoses(消防水龙带)and connect them to nearby hydrants(消防栓);then I  31  held one of those hoses to 32  down the rock.”

    “Those ten days were filled with challenges that  33   one creative idea after another. Nine days later, the night before the airport opened, National Car Rental was the   34  company that had cars on the parking lot.”

      “The key to our success was having the 35  to take on any job and then being creative in our approach to getting it done.”

    16. A. kindness     B. imagination      C. remark               D. experience

    17. A. control          B. repair           C. construction     D. development

    18. A. after            B. as           C. for              D. so

    19. A. while            B. since            C. where                D. when

    20. A. Some         B. No           C. Any              D. Every

    21. A. stating          B. reporting        C. telling              D. warning

    22. A. isolated         B. nervous      C. willing          D. afraid

    23. A. supported        B. consumed     C. promised         D. improved

    24. A. asked            B. reminded     C. surprised            D. demanded

    25. A. but              B. though           C. as               D. unless

    26. A. discussion       B. action           C. practice         D. production

    27. A. next         B. first            C. past             D. previous

    28. A. cold         B. clean            C. loose                D. wet

    29. A. Naturally        B. Obviously        C. Meanwhile            D. Instead

    30. A. excuse           B. order            C. permit               D. reason

    31. A. exactly          B. personally       C. angrily              D. hardly

    32. A. pull         B. knock            C. hit              D. water

    33. A. required         B. mixed            C. followed         D. formed

    34. A. best         B. last         C. second               D. only

    35. A. courage          B. interest     C. hope             D. chance

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  • 难度: 使用次数:0 入库时间:2017-08-16
    来源: 四川省三台县塔山中学2016-2017学年高二5月月考英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

     “Cleverness is a gift while kindness is a choice. Gifts are easy—they’re given after all. Choices can be hard.”-Jeff Bezos

    I got the  41  to start Amazon 16 years ago. I came across the fact that the Internet usage was growing at 2300 percent per year. I’d never seen or heard of anything that grew so fast, and the idea of building an   42   bookstore with millions of titles was very   43   to me. I had just turned 30, and I’d been married for a year. I told my wife that I wanted to   44   my job and go to do this crazy thing that probably wouldn’t   45   , and I wasn’t sure what to expect

    She told me I should   46   the idea. I’d always wanted to be an inventor, and she wanted me to follow my dream.

    I was working at a financial firm in New York City with a   47   boss that I admired very much. I went to my boss and   48   with him that I wanted to start a company selling books on the Internet. He took me on a long walk in Central Park, listened   49   to me, and finally said, “That sounds like a really good idea,  50  it would be an even better idea for someone who didn’t already have a good job.” That logic made some sense to me, and he convinced me to think about it for 48 hours   51  making a final decision. Seen in that light, it really was a difficult   52  , but finally, I decided I had to give it a shot. I didn’t think I’d regret  53   and failing. And I suspected I would always be   54   by the decision not to try at all. After much consideration, I took the less safe path to follow my dream, and I’m   55   of that choice. For all of us, in the end, we are our choices.

    41. A. idea                 B. support           C. fund                D. message

    42. A. online               B. available C. intelligent               D. expensive

    43. A. foolish              B. exciting           C. flexible                   D. productive

    44. A. take                 B. land                C. exchange              D. quit

    45. A. matter              B. work               C. fail                        D. share

    46. A. give up             B. set up             C. stick to                  D. put off

    47. A. cruel                B. brilliant            C. greedy                   D. modest

    48. A. shared             B. argued            C. reasoned                     D. questioned

    49. A. gradually          B. eventually       C. carefully                D. generously

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

    51. A. while         B. before             C. once                      D. since

    52. A. puzzle             B. suggestion     C. choice                   D. report

    53. A. managing        B. requesting      C. changing               D. trying

    54. A. chased             B. troubled           C. spotted                  D. shocked

    55. A. confident         B. regretful          C. hopeful                  D. proud

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  • 难度: 使用次数:0 入库时间:2017-08-16
    来源: 四川省南充高级中学2016-2017学年高二4月检测考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

       Do you know insurance? Buying insurance is a   41  by which people can protect themselves   42  large losses. Protection against fire is one kind of insurance. Large number of people pay __43___sums of money to an insurance company. Although thousands of people have paid for fire insurance, only____44____will lose their homes by fire. The insurance company will pay for these homes out or the sums of money it has ___45_____.

    The first modern fire insurance company was __46___in London, England, in 1666. A great fire had just __47___ most of the city, and people wanted protection against __48___losses. The first company __49___ rapidly. Soon other companies were founded in other areas.

    Benjamin Franklin helped form the first fire insurance company in America in 1752. He also __50___ a new kind of insurance for__51___ . The new insurance would offer protection against the loss of crops__52__ storms.

    In 1795, Benjamin Franklin helped start__53__ new insurance company in America. This company,__54__ offered life insurance, collected some money ___55___  from many different men. __56___a man died, his family was given a large sum of money. Today, this company is___57___in business.

    Over the years, people have ___58___ from many new kinds of insurance when they have suffered from ___59____accidents as car and plane crashes.__60__, almost everyone has some kind of insurance.

    41. A. way                   B. firm                        C. consideration                  D. means

    42. A. from                  B. against                     C. with                               D. beyond

    43. A. small                 B. huge                        C. much                             D. little

    44. A. many                 B. little                      C. few                                D. a few

    45. A. stole                  B. collected                  C. lent                                       D. brought

    46. A. built                   B. found                      C. formed                           D. organized

    47. A. destroyed                  B. hurt                         C. harmed                           D. wounded

    48. A. farther               B. further                     C. wider                             D. longer

    49. A. risen                  B. rised                        C. grew                              D. turned

    50. A. suggested                  B. determined               C. asked                             D. demanded

    51. A. farmers              B. workers                          C. waiters                           D. doctors

    52. A. with                  B. by                           C. from                              D. for

    53. A. other                 B. certain                     C. another                           D. some

    54. A. where                B. which                      C. whom                            D. that

    55. A. commonly          B. usually                     C. regularly                         D. ordinarily  

    56. A. If                      B. Although                  C. Unless                            D. Because

    57. A. always               B. still                          C. hardly                            D. seldom

    58. A. paid                   B. offered                    C. bought                           D. benefited

    59. A. many                 B. so                           C. such                              D. that

    60. A. Today                B. Generally                 C. Lately                             D. Tomorrow

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    Many of us develop a desire to travel.  41  , few are lucky enough to turn that desire into a   42    career(生涯). For Trish Sare, owner of Vancouver-based Bike Hike Adventures, Inc., it was a   43  story.

    “I left home when I was 20 with a   44  of traveling the world for five years,” recalls Sare  “During that period, I spent a lot of time   45  adventure companies abroad and taking part in some of their adventures. Upon returning, I studied   46 and fitness leadership. Then, when we had to do our field placement(实习), I   47  a tour agency. When they heard about my   48    , they asked if I wanted to go to Costa Rica for my placement and   49   as a tour leader. And that is where it all  50 .”   

    That beginning marked the accomplishment of a   51  dream for Sare. Today, she can   52 those exciting memories from such places as Thailand, Nepal, Costa Rica and more. Although Sare   ___53_  her dream of traveling for many years, she began   54   something that offered just a little bit more. So, in 2014, she took the big   55  of starting her own company: Bike Hike Adventures Inc..  

    Her career has   56  her all over the world to interact with people of so many different

      57  and backgrounds. Looking back, Sare can   58  say that it’s been the right choice for her. Here is her   59  for those wanting a similar path:  

    “Do some traveling   60   your own first and then you’ll be marketable to companies,” she concludes. 

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

    42. A. short                     B. successful     C. complex                  D. ordinary

    43. A. different              B. awful                    C. fairy                D. funny

    44. A. problem               B. choice                 C. hobby                    D. goal

    45. A. running                 B. founding       C. meeting               D. advertising

    46. A. farming                 B. adventure           C. employment            D. tourism

    47. A. left                        B. charged               C. approached            D. informed

    48. A. suggestion             B. destination           C. suffering                  D. experience

    49. A. train                      B. apply                 C. wander                   D. travel

    50. A. appeared                 B. succeeded          C. existed                    D. began]

    51. A. terrible                  B. lifelong             C. faraway                  D. strange

    52. A. accept                   B. lose                      C. discover                  D. review

    53. A. shared           B. followed               C. resisted                   D. questioned

    54. A. looking for    B. giving up              C. calling for               D. breaking up

    55. A. advantage            B. measure           C. step                    D. lead

    56. A. taken                    B. shown                  C. driven                     D. forbidden

    57. A. committees    B. cultures            C. functions         D. times

    58. A. politely                  B. honestly             C. rudely                   D. patiently

    59. A. explanation    B. wish                 C. requirement        D. advice

    60. A. of                   B. by                       C. on                           D. with

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    The pickle jar (腌菜罐子) as far back as I can remember sat on the floor in my parents' bedroom._41_he got ready for bed,Dad would empty his pockets and drop his_42_into the jar.When the jar was_43_,he would take the coins to the bank and say_44_to the cashier,"These are for my son's college fund (资金).He'll_45_work at the mill (磨坊)  all his life like me."

    The years passed,and I_46_college and took a job in another town.Once,while visiting my parents,I noticed that the pickle jar was gone.It had served its purpose and had been removed.My dad was a man of _47_words,and never taught me the_48_of determination,perseverance (毅力) and faith.The pickle jar had taught me more than_49_   could have done.

    When I married,I told my wife Susan about the_50_.In my mind,it showed how much my dad had_51_me.Dad continued to drop his coins into the jar, no matter how_52_things got at home.

    The first Christmas after our daughter Jessica was born,we spent the holiday with my parents.After dinner, Susan_53_our baby into my parents' bedroom to feed her.When Susan came back into the living room,there was strange tears in her_54_.She handed Jessica to Dad before taking my hand and leading me into the room.

    "Look,"she said_55_,her eyes directing me to a spot on the floor. To my_56_,there,as if it had never been_57_, stood the old pickle jar, the bottom already_58_with coins.I walked over to the pickle jar,dug down into_59_and pulled out a handful of coins.With the strong emotions choking me,I dropped the coins into the jar.I looked up and saw that Dad,carrying Jessica,had slipped quietly into the room.Our eyes_60_,and I knew he was feeling the same emotions I felt.Neither one of us could speak.

    41.A.While                   B.If                    C.When                   D.Unless

    42.A.coins                 B.walle                 C.money                 D.bill

    43.A.emptied                 B.filled                 C.sold                   D.broken

    44.A.seriously               B.strictly            C.proudly                D.anxious

    45.A.still                    B.also                 C.always                  D.never

    46.A.finished             B.started                   C.entered                 D.dropped

    47.A.no                      B.many                 C.few                          D.big

    48.A.worth                B.values              C.use                    D.differences

    49.A.money                 B.words                 C.books                       D.actions

    50.A.coins                   B.jar                    C.determination              D.faith

    51.A.loved                   B.treated              C.supported                       D.encouraged

    52.A.hard                    B.easy                  C.smooth                            D.wrong

    53.A.led                      B.carried                      C.brought                            D.took

    54.A.body                   B.head                 C.arms                        D.eyes

    55.A.happily                 B.angrily                      C.loudly                       D.softly

    56.A.surprise                   B.delight                 C.comfort                   D.satisfaction

    57.A.used                   B.lost                   C.removed                           D.forgotten

    58.A.covered              B.filled                 C.spread                       D.supplied

    59.A.the pillow             B.the jar            C.my hand bag            D.my pocket

    60.A.separated                    B.left                    C.locked                             D.ran

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       The simplest way of listening to music is to listen for the sheer pleasure of the musical sound itself. That is the sensuous plane(感官层面). It is the plane on which we hear music without 29   in any way. One turns on the radio while doing something else and absent –mindedly bathes in the   30   .A kind of brainless but   31  state of the mind is caused by the mere sound effect of the music. This    32    to every normal human and is self-evident. The sensuous plane is an important one in music, a very important one, but it does not   33     the whole story.

    There is, however, such a thing as becoming more sensitive to the different kinds of sound stuff as used by various composes. The stuff expresses, at different moments, serenity(宁静)or exuberance, regret or triumph, fury or delight. It expresses each of these   34    in a numberless variety of subtle shadings and differences. It may even express a state of meaning for which there exists no   35   world in any language. In that case,   36   often like to say that it has only a purely musical meaning.

    While listening, each listener feels for himself the specific expressive quality of a   37     or, similarly, an entire piece of music. And if it is a great work of art, don’t expect it to mean exactly the same thing to you each time you   38    to it.

    An intelligent listener must be prepared to increase his awareness of the musical material and what happens to it. He must hear the melodies, the rhythms, the harmonies, the different tones in a more conscious and fashionable way to follow the line of the composer’s   39   . In a sense, an ideal listener is both inside and outside the music at the same moment, wishing it could go one way or another--- almost like the composer at the moment he composes it;   40 in order to write his music, the composer must also be inside and outside his music,  41    by it  and yet coldly critical of it and yet coldly critical of it. A subjective attitude is implied in both creating and listening to music.                             

        What the listener should strive for, then is a more active kind of listening.   42    you listen to Mozart or Duke Ellington, you can deepen you understanding of music only by being a more conscious and aware listener--- not someone who is just listening, but someone who is listening for 43   

    29. A, training    B. questioning    C. following    D. thinking

    30. A. sound     B. story          C. meaning     D. situation

    31 A. attractive   B good          C. healthy      D. simple

    32. A. turns      B. Refers        C. appeals      D. sticks

    33. A. go round   B. comes into    C. get out       D. make up

    34. A. form      B. practice       C. moods       D. track

    35. A. strong     B. adequate      C. academic     D. technical

    36. A. listeners   B. musicians      C. players      D. writers

    37. A. character     B. book     C. concert       D. theme

    38. A. return        B. speak    C. attend        D. see

    39. A. instruction    B. thought   C. advice        D. background

    40. A. because      B. though    C. if            D. so

    41. A. cheered up    B. woken up  C. carried away  D. taken away

    42. A. Until        B. Whether    C. Unless       D. If 

    43. A. life          B. culture     C. please       D. something

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    We’ve tried shopping, making money and spending it, but we’re still miserable. What’s missing from our lives?

    Money (41)______ makes most of us happy. Poor people, (42)______, see their life satisfaction rise with income but for most of the population in a country as rich as ours, any jump-start to well-being from a pay rise quickly wears off. “I was window shopping in the south of France recently and I saw a woolly hat decorated with diamond, and I quite fancied it.” When we get to that stage we should realize that more money isn’t getting us more in terms of (43)______.

    But what about health? Surely the virtual (44)______ of most fatal disease, rising life expectancy and falling death rates should be cheering us up? Not a bit of it. All that happens is that our expectations rise just as or even more quickly. (45)______, our health is better on almost every count, but this doesn’t translate into our feeling any healthier. We are more aware of our health, so we get more (46)______ it. Medicine has become a victim of its own success: having massively reduced the chances of death in childbirth, for example, people are now shocked if a life is lost--and reach for a lawyer. Death was inevitable --- now it’s (47)______.

    Like the answer to many great problems, however, the answer to the question of happiness may be quite plain: once countries and households are free of material need, the biggest (48)_____ to life satisfaction seems to be a healthy set of personal relationship. The relative happiness of late teenagers and those passing middle age may relate to their spending more time on friendships. The thirty somethings, (49)______on the two fronts of work and children, are the most frustrated. Those between full-time education and (50)______ may be spending more time on the activities they think will make them happy --- earning and spending --- than on those that (51)______ will: spending time with friends and family.

    The friend-shaped gap (52)______the American paradox --- why the residents of the richest nation in the world are so unhappy --- according to Professor Robert E. Lane at Yale University. “There is a kind of (53)______ of warm interpersonal relations, of easy-to-reach neighbors, of inclusive memberships , and of solid family life.” he says.

    The (54)______ of happiness? Not money. So leave the lawn, forget your investment and call in sick tomorrow. Do yourself a favor. Phone a(n) (55)______.

       

    41.A. by all means

    B. no longer

    C. as a matter of fact

    D. in no time

    42.A. instantly

    B. reluctantly

    C. dependently

    D. understandably

    43.A. happiness

    B. harmony

    C. wealth

    D. health

    44.A. occurrence

    B. stimulation

    C. elimination

    D. spread

    45.A. objectively

    B. Amazingly

    C. Fortunately

    D. Similarly

    46.A. curious about

    B. anxious about

    C. satisfied with

    D. associated with

    47.A. immoral

    B. avoidable

    C. unacceptable

    D. continual

    48.A. opposition

    B. introduction

    C. tendency

    D. contributor

    49.A. fighting1111]

    B. calling

    C. commenting

    D. touching

    50.A. entertainment

    B. development

    C. practice

    D. retirement

    51.A. seemingly

    B. hardly

    C. actually

    D. theoretically

    52.A. explains

    B. conceals

    C. concludes

    D. worsens

    53.A. hope

    B. lack

    C. change

    D. increase

    54.A. result

    B. advantage

    C. secret

    D. potential

    55.A. employer

    B. friend

    C. company

    D. hotline

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    Meanness (being not generous and unkind) is one of human nature’s less attractive personality. But few people are completely, __41__ mean. Keith Waterhouse, a journalist, explains why he’s thrifty (economical).

    I am thrifty, you are careful, he is mean. I am generous, you are extravagant (奢侈的), he seems to have money to burn. More probably we are each a bit of all these types. I know I am. I am a very generous present-giver. I love buying presents – __42__ I hate buying wrapping paper. Whenever my own __43__ come in, I collect and save the wrappings and __44__ them from one year to the next.

    The same __45__ to stationery. I have never written on both sides of a sheet of paper in my life. I waste writing paper as if it __46__ on trees, and I cannot go into a stationer’s without buying up most of their envelopes in five different sizes. __47__, I will not buy paperclips, rubber bands or ballpoint pens. I assume that __48__ numbers of these will appear all by themselves.

    Some of my best friends are mean about string. They carefully save every piece that comes into their __49__. I don’t know why, since hardly anyone uses string these days and certainly no one has a need for 150 meters of it, which is what one lady I know has saved up.

    There are also people who are much too __50__ with their money. They are those who get off the bus a stop early to avoid paying a higher fare, or wander supermarkets looking for special __51__ and discounts. This is fine, as long as these economies are not __52__ on others.

    It is when thrift(节俭) __53__ one’s social life that it becomes meanness. The famous American multimillionaire J. Paul Getty __54__ billions but is remembered for the pay phone he __55__ for the use of his guests. A psychiatrist friend of mine maintains that mean people are insecure. But then he says that about overgenerous people too. Mean people fear that their money will run out on them; overgenerous ones that their friends will.

    41. A. totally              B. deeply                 C. hardly             D. fairly111]

    42. A. anyhow          B. so                     C. for                D. but

    43. A. presents          B. parcels                C. baggage           D. wrappings

    44. A. unfold            B. recycle                C. repeat              D. replace

    45. A. applies           B. adapts                C. acknowledges   D. adopts

    46. A. appeared          B. bore                  C. grew               D. stroke

    47. A. In that case       B. As a result            C. What’s more     D. On the other hand

    48. A. sufficient         B. efficient               C. scarce              D. strange

    49. A. position          B. possession            C. potential            D. proposal

    50.   A. crazy             B. careful                C. free                 D. anxious

    51.   A. offer              B. gift                     C. bargain             D. goods

    52.   A. recorded         B. imposed                C. entitled              D. supposed

    53.   A. affects                B. benefits                C. enhances           D. enlarges   

    54.   A. gave away        B. gave in               C. gave up           D. gave off1111]

    55.   A. borrowed        B. planted               C. installed            D. ensured

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    Reading and learning new words is about finding their meaning and use within a passage. The meaning of unknown words which you21    in your reading sometimes can be known by their22  , that is, their contexts. The context of the sentence can tell us the part of speech(词性) of the23  word. Using the context of the paragraph to define unknown words can also be24  .

    Readers often have trouble because they understand the sentence word by word but  25   meaning of a word, when they should identify the way it has been used in the passage.

    One consideration in using the context is to determine the unknown word's part, of speech. The words around the unknown word can give you 26  . Once you know if the word is a noun or an adjective, it is often enough for you to 27 reading without having to stop to look up the meaning of the word. After coming across the word a few more times, you will know its meaning more28  than if you had just looked it up.

    Comparison clues indicate that two or more things are 29   .A comparison is possible because the known and unknown words have 30  . Words likewise show you that comparisons can be made.

    31   clues tell you that an example of an unknown word follows. Example clues are usually  32    by the following words and phrases: such as, such, other, for example, and like.

    To find meanings from text -based clues, you should look for clues in the sentence. A second kind of clue does not  33   on specific words to indicate meaning. This kind of context clue is called framework -based clue. Your knowledge of the meanings of surrounding words  34   you discover the meaning of a word or sentence. Common  35   and your knowledge of the parts of speech also help in defining unknown words. For example: The angry driver shouted vehemently during his fight with the other driver. What does vehemently  36  ?You know what 37   means, and you know how people 38   when they argue. From this, you can 39    out that vehemently has something to do with strong  40    or intense feeling.

    21. A. take down        B. look up.         C. come across         D. pick  out            

    22. A. sentences       B. words           C. topics           D. surroundings      

    23.A.unknown        B. abnormal        C. familiar             D. negative    

    24. A. unique           B. natural            C. helpful             D. common     

    25. A. incorrect        B. inconvenient     C. different               D. satisfactory  

    26. A. cases            B. reasons       C. effects               D. clues

    27. A. translate        B. interview          Ccontinue         D. Examine

    28. A. strangely        B. uncertainly   C potentially     D. firmly

    29. A. alike            B. meaningful     C proper           D. great

    30. A. properties       B. similarities       C possibilities       D. personalities

    31. A. Popularity       B. Consideration     CExample          D. Comparison

    32. A. affected         B. adjusted           C. changed           D. introduced

    33.Afocus         B. spend          C. carry                 D. rely

    34. A. prevents         B. helps              C. tells            D. displays

    35. A. point            B. taste              C. awareness        D. sense 

    36. A. mean             B. use           C. contain          D. complete

    37. A. angry            B. grateful           C. happy                 D. anxious

    38. A. act         B. say                C. take                  D. think

    39. A. come             B. figure        C. feel                  D. set

    40. A. demand       B. ambition           C. attitude              D. emotion

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    Looking Up

    I can still remember the way my tennis shoes looked as I stared down at them, feeling anxious about what was about to take place. It was time for the weekly eleventh-grade volleyball game. I knew I would never be the best   41   on any team. But every week, I stared at my shoes and simply wished I wouldn’t be picked   42  . And yet I was last almost every time. No team wanted the girl who always   43  the ball, and missed the easy serves.

    Years later I realized how much those moments of   44   had affected me. I began to expect the   45   in every situation, repeatedly telling myself that I just wasn’t good enough. I grew up staring at my   46  .

    All that began to   47   during the summer vacation in high school. My mom’s sister Aunt Karen, offered me a part-time job. I had always admired Aunt Karen   48   she was successful and led such an exciting life. Her good manner and warm smile were totally different from the   49   way I approached the world. But that summer she taught me to look at things   50  .

    Aunt Karen said that the secret   51   success comes from the inside, not the outside. I was shocked to learn her experience had been similar to mine. She hadn’t been good at   52  , either! Aunt Karen said she finally realized what other people thought of her didn’t   53   as much as what she thought of herself. She told me when she started noticing her own good qualities, she   54   being so self-critical.

    So that summer I took her   55   to heart. I listened to what I was saying to myself and decided to focus more on the good. For example, when I misfiled an important paper, I   56   myself of all the other ones I had filed correctly. And when I was shown the dirty closet, I said to myself that I would be great at   57   it. Before long I had learned a valuable lesson.   58   thinking actually works!

    By the time school started that fall, I was much more   59  . I went along with people around me with a totally different attitude. When my chemistry teacher announced that we should each find a lab partner,   60   looking down at my shoes, I looked up and smiled. And do you know what happened? A very nice girl immediately asked me to be in one group!

    41.

    A. player

    B. teacher

    C. worker    

    D. manager

    42.

    A. fast

    B. soon

    C. only

    D. last

    43.

    A. liked

    B. dropped

    C. sold

    D. studied

    44.

    A. relaxation

    B. celebration

    C. rejection

    D. discussion

    45.

    A. worst

    B. best

    C. latest

    D. least

    46.

    A. hands

    B. shoes

    C. shorts

    D. legs

    47.

    A. change

    B. continue

    C. settle

    D. grow

    48.

    A. if

    B. unless

    C. until

    D. because

    49.

    A. proper

    B. nervous

    C. careless

    D. comfortable

    50.

    A. kindly

    B. seriously

    C. carefully

    D. differently

    51.

    A. to

    B. with

    C. from

    D. at

    52.

    A. chemistry

    B. language

    C. sports

    D. computer

    53.

    A. stand

    B. matter

    C. cost

    D. expect

    54.

    A. minded

    B. practiced

    C. stopped

    D. suffered

    55.

    A. steps

    B. plans

    C. time

    D. advice

    56.

    A. reminded

    B. rid

    C. warned

    D. accused

    57.

    A. repairing

    B. cleaning

    C. designing

    D. decorating

    58.

    A. Critical

    B. Deep

    C. Positive

    D. Creative

    59.

    A. confused

    B. careful

    C. cautious

    D. confident

    60.

    A. in charge of

    B. in spite of

    C. instead of

    D. in case of

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        Six-year-old Matthew Parker was in need of a kidney()transplant, and his family looked all over the country for a suitable donor. Up to 80 people signed up to give up a living 41   for the first-grader. Coincidentally, the person  42   to donate a kidney to Matthew was his teacher,Lindesy Painter.

        Matthew had been on the transplant 43   for a long time and developed antibodies(抗体)to most kidneys, it was 44  to find a match for him. The doctor had warned the family to he “  45”and used the term .. needle in a haystack" several times

        When  46  were asked to be tested, Painter was the first one to sign up". 47   the teacher learned the result .she had to get several tests done. She was astonished when she got a 48    back saying she was a "perfect   49    ."

        Painter didn't make the decision   50   . She knew that Matthew's kidneys were  51   and she empathized(同情)with anyone going through this. It was especially hard for her to 52   the condition affecting one of her two sons.

    "I watch my healthy,active, loud, wild children running around," She said."Matthew  53  to live a normalhealthyactive life like my boys."

        Matthew was so  54   to learn that his teacher would be donating a kidney to him that he 55  her. His mother was deeply  56  to Lindsey Painter, saying her son's donor was a "  57  "and "giving person" for doing this.

        The operations for the kidney donation 58   in the following month. Matthew's mother said, "My son's new kidney means a special  59   between student and teacher that goes far 60  the classroom."

    41. A. person     B. organ     C. animal    D. plant

    42. A. chosen     B. supposed  C. forced    D. required

    43. A. bed        B. machine   C. list      D. team

    44. A. difficult  B. vital     C. effortless     D. impossible

    45. A. optimistic  B. sensitive    C. fantastic    D. realistic

    46. A. competitors   B. teachers   C. volunteers   D. Partners

    47. A. While     B. Once    C. After    D. Before

    48. A. Mark      B. call    C. letter   D. book

    49. A. match     B. candidate     C. mother     D. participant

    50. A. wisely    B. sensibly      C. lightly    D. willingly

    51. A. failing   B. hurting       C. shrinking  D. disappearing

    52. A. control   B. predict       C. imagine    D. accept

    53. A. struggles   B. manages     C. regrets    D. deserves

    54. A. Puzzled     B. excited     C. satisfied  D. worried

    55. A. feared      B. hugged      C. missed     D. ignored

    56. A. sorry       B. friendly    C. polite     D. grateful

    57. A. reliable    B. selfless    C. passive    D. cheerful

    58. A. took place  B. came about  C. set off    D. broke out

    59. A. appreciation     B. agreement     C. bond    D. distance

    60. A. above       B. from        C. into       D. beyond

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    This was an unforgettable and wonderful experience.It happened about three years ago and it has had a__1__effect on me.I would like to show respect here for the two men I do not know __2__ but whose actions gave a new __3__ to the words—kind and generous.

    I was walking down a busy street on a coldwindy day in early __4__.A homeless manprobably about 60 and without wearing any shoeswas __5__ for change on a street corner.

    A BMW car __6__ on the other side of the street and an executive(主管)who was perfectly dressed stepped out of the car.He was probably about __7__ years old.He was wearing a blue business suit with a deep red silk tie.He walked__8__ across the street and over to the homeless man.Without saying anythinghe first gave him a lot of __9__ and then he sat down and took off his leather gloves(手套)beautiful black leather shoes and his black dress socks.Then he __10__ them to the homeless man.The homeless man took them and stared with a/an __11__ mouth.

    As he drove offI couldn't __12__ thinking that it was probably the first time he had __13__ the pedal(踏板)of that top­brand BMW car with a __14__ footI stood there and the looks of __15__ appeared on my face and the homeless man's.

    Two men of about the same age __16__ very different lives had met and the one who was __17__ in materials had offered __18__ than his shoes.He had left this BMW car and __19__ down from his high position.He lifted up the other man when he offered respect__20__and real generosity.

    1A.strong            Bbad            Clight         Dslow

    2A.officially          Bpersonally       Csimilarly      Dgenerally

    3A.benefit          Battitude          Cmeaning        Daward

    4A.spring           Bsummer         Cautumn         Dwinter

    5A.searching         Bmaking         Cblaming        Dbegging

    6A.called up          Bbroke up        Cpulled up       Dsped up

    7A.40                B50             C60            D70

    8A.directly            Busually         Cunwillingly    Dfluently

    9A.money           Bwater          Csand         Doil

    10A.posted           Bhanded       Ckicked        Dthrew

    11A.closed           Bfull          Copen          Dempty

    12A.stand          Bdelay           Cforget         Dhelp

    13A.bended         Bcut             Crepaired       Dpressed

    14A.relaxed         Blarge            Cbare          Dsingle

    15A.excitement     Bastonishment       Csadness      Dpride

    16A.but  Bor  Cand  Dbefore科网]

    17A.successful      Bcareful           Cuseful         Dhelpful

    18A.rather          Bmore            Cother         Dbetter

    19A.broken         Bfell            Cstepped        Drolled

    20A.surprise       Bdisappointment         Canxiety      Dkindness

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    Dear son,

        The day that you see me old and I am already not young, have patience and try to understand meIf I get dirty when eating, if I can not dress, have   41 Remember the hours I spent teaching it to you

        If, when I   42   to you, I repeat the same things thousand and one times, do not interrupt me, listen to meWhen you were small, I had to read to you thousand and one times the same story    43   you get to sleep

        When I do not want to have a shower,   44   shame me nor scold meRemember when I had to chase(追逐) you   45   thousand excuses I invented, in order that you wanted to bathe

        When you see my ignorance on new technologies, give me the necessary time   46  do not look at me with your mocking (嘲讽的) smileI taught you how to do so many things: to eat well, to dress well, to confront(勇敢面对) life

        When at some moment I   47   the memory or the thread of our conversation, let me have the necessary time to rememberAnd if I cannot do it, do not become nervous, as the most important thing is not the  48  , but surely to be with you and to   49   you listening to me

        If   50 , I do not want to eat, do not __51__  meI know well when I need to and when not

        When my tired   52  do not allow me to walk, give me your hand---the same way   53  I did when you gave your   54    steps

        And when someday I say to you that I do not want to live any more, that I want to die, do not get angrySome day you  55  understand

        Try to understand that my age is not lived but survivedSome day you will discover that,  56  my mistakes, I always wanted the best thing for you and   57  I tried to prepare the way for you

        You must not feel sad or angry for seeing me   58  youYou must be next to me, try to understand me and to help me as I   59   it when you started living

        Help me to walk; help me to   60  my way with love and patienceI will pay you by a smile and by the immense love I have had always for you

        I love you, son

                                                                          Your father

    41Apatience    Blove            Ccare            Dconcern

    42Atell          Bspeak         Csay              Dshout

    43Awhen              Bas              Cafter            Duntil

    44Aneither       Beither         Cboth            Dall

    45Afor           Bas              Cwith             Don

    46Aand         Bor               Cbut              Dso

    47Aforget         Bremove         Close             Dremind

    48Acompany    Bconversation    Chealth            Dlife

    49Alet           Bhave          Cset              Dmake

    50Anever       Bseldom             Chardly            Dever

    51Aforce             Bforgive          Cbeg             Dallow

    52Alegs        Bfoot            Cbody                  Dshoes

    53Awhich         Bwhy            Cthat             Dwhere

    54Alatest             Bfirst            Cquick                  Dslow

    55Ashould       Bmust           Cwill              Dneed

    56Aalthough    Bthough              Cas               Ddespite

    57Athat         Bwho            Cwhat            Dbut

    58Aclose              Bnear           Cin front of              Dbesides

    59Adid          Bhelped       Cwalked           Dunderstood

    60Alive          Bend            Cprepare          Dwalk

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    A Welcome Gift

    Dario and his mother loved their new apartment. The living room was large enough for their piano. That night, the two of them 36 side by side at the piano. They played jazz music to celebrate their new home. The loud 37 filled the room and made them feel very happy.

    The next morning, 38 ,their happiness disappeared. Someone had left a 39 under their door during the night. One of their neighbors had written to complain(抱怨)about the sound of the piano. Dario’s mother asked the building superintendent(管理员)if he knew anything about it. But he said that they were all 40 people and he couldn’t imagine any of them had done that .Later that morning, Dario suggested that they write a letter to their 41 and apologize for their playing.

    “Maybe we could go and 42 everyone in person.” his mother said.

    “What if we invited them to come here for a 43 instead?”Dario asked.

    They both loved the 44 .Over the next few days, they sent out invitations and prepared desserts 45 their guests. They decorated the apartment with streamers(彩带)and party lights.

    Finally, the day of the party 46 .Some guests brought presents. Others brought flowers. Some even brought desserts to 47 .One woman, Mrs. Gilbert, 48 Dario’s mother with a book of piano music by Chopin.

    “I heard you playing the other night,” she said.“The sounds woke me out of bed. I 49 that you might play like this every night. So I wrote a short note. I hope you don’t think I disliked the playing.”

    Dario’s mother smiled at Mrs. Gilbert.“I think maybe we 50 you an apology, ”she said.“I didn’t 51 how late it was when we were playing. Maybe we should play some quieter music at night.”

    “You play, you play!”Mrs. Gilbert said.“I like what you play! Just not so loud at night.”She pointed to the book she had given them.“These songs are not such 52 music.”

    “These songs are beautiful music,” Dario’s mother said.“We will be 53 to play them in the evening.”

    “And we won’t play so loud or late!”Dario said. He was already looking forward to 54 the new music. More than that, however, he was happy to see the big smile on his mother’s face. It gave him a feeling of 55 and made him feel that they were home at last.

    36.A.sat        B. stood        C .lay           D. walked  

    37.A.voice             B. ring            C. music                  D. cry

    38.A.therefore     B. however       C. otherwise               D .instead

    39.A.note          B. poster         C. bill                 D. report

    40.A.proud            B. rich          C. lucky                D. nice

    41.A.neighbors     B. friends          C. relatives            D. audiences

    42.A.blame                  B. instruct         C. question           D. visit

    43.A.party            B. concert         C. show             D. play

    44.A.experience          B. idea           C. performance      D. action

    45.A.to            B. with            C. for                 D. from

    46.A.continued     B. arrived             C. passed            D .finished

    47.A.order             B. sell                    C. share                  D. advertise

    48.A.treated        B. presented      C. helped          D. served

    49.A.promised      B. admitted           C. agreed            D. worried

    50.A.give            B. send                C. offer              D. owe

    51.A.realize              B. remember      C. understand       D. accept

    52.A.sweet         B. strange              C. funny               D .loud

    53.A.brave         B. sorry                C. happy              D. afraid

    54.A.changing      B. practicing      C. recording             D. writing

    55.A.equality       B. freedom        C. warmth         D. sympathy

     

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    That summer,Luke had been my closest companion for five years.We get lots of_21_in our area during the summer season.Many forests are badly_22_by fire each year.That hot summer,not far from our shelter,a forest_23_ fire.It was July,and there had been a heat wave going on for three days.Luke rushed toward the forest where the fire was sending out a_24_heat.There was no longer any hope at that moment to wait for Luke to come back to the_25_. In fact,I was waiting for firefighters to tell me that he had_26_in the forest.Suddenly,a fireman burst into my office and_27_me that my log Luke had succeeded in saving four kittens who had been_28_by the flames.According to the fireman,Luke seized the kittens,one by one moving them to a_29_place.

    I immediately_30_the fireman to the forest to pick up the rescued kittens._31_we got to the scene of the incident,we saw that Luke was not there.Then we heard the_32_of a dog barking in the forest.I_33_the barks as Luke's.The fireman followed the_34_of the dog until they found him barking loudly by the side of an injured fireman who was lying on the ground and_35_waiting for rescue.

    Thanks to Luke,four kittens and a fireman were saved.That day,I was very proud of Luke for his two heroic _36_.Luke showed much compassion(同情心)for both animals like him and for a human being who was trying to put out the fire with his colleagues.Truth to be told,my_37_was immeasurable.

    I paid a visit to the fireman in his house accompanied by my lovely Luke.What a_38_scene it was when the fireman hugged Luke tightly to his chest!"One thousand thanks,Luke,for saving my life,"the fireman said.

    This true story of love and compassion shows us that pets are loving,caring and compassionate.We should love and_39_them.Little animals can do_40_things for humans.

    21.A.fires                         B.rain                                      C.noise                            D.sun

    22.A.changed                        B.damaged                        C.treated                               D.removed

    23.A.set                           B.made                            C.burned                         D.caught

    24.A.cruel                               B.warm                            C.fierce                            D.heavy

    25.A.forest                              B.shelter                          C.area                             D.house

    26.A.lost                          B.appeared                     C.remained                      D.died

    27.A.warned                    B.informed                       C.promised                      D.reminded

    28.A.trapped                   B.controlled                     C.swallowed                     D.buried

    29.A.great                              B.special                                C.safe                              D.high

    30.A.invited                     B.advised                               C.accompanied                      D.led

    31.A.Unless                     B.Once                            C.Until                              D.Since

    32.A.shout                              B.voice                            C.sound                           D.call

    33.A.recognized              B.understood                   C.treated                         D.realized

    34.A.smells                      B.tracks                           C.steps                            D.directions

    35.A.excitedly                        B.especially                     C.deeply                                D.desperately

    36.A.actions                    B.qualities                               C.fights                            D.adventures

    37.A.anxiety                     B.concern                         C.happiness                      D.excitement

    38.A.thankful                    B.memorable                    C.significant                     D.terrible

    39.A.protect                     B.raise                             C.save                            D.hate

    40.A.risky                         B.fun                               C.enormous                             D.little

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