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    来源: 2017年普通高等学校招生全国统一考试英语(全国Ⅰ卷)试题及答案 解析.DOC

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

    While high school does not generally encourage students to explore new aspects of life,college sets the stage for that exploration. I myself went through this  41  process and found something that has changed my  42  at college for the better:I discovered ASL-American Sign Language(美式手语).

    I never felt an urge to  43  any sign language before.My entire family is hearing,and so are all my friends.The  44   language were enough in all my interactions(交往).Little did I know that I would discover my  45    for ASL.

    The   46    began during my first week at college. I watched as the ASL Club    47    their translation of a song. Both the hand movements and the very   48    of communicating without speaking   49  me. What I saw was completely unlike anything I had experienced in the   50   .This newness just left me   51   more.

    After that, feeling the need to   52   further, I decided to drop in on one of ASL club`s meetings. I only learned how to   53   the alphabet that day. Yet instead of being discouraged by my   54   progress,I was excited. I then made it a point to   55   those meetings and learn all I could.

         The following term, I   56   an ASL class. The professor was deaf and any talking was   57   . I soon realized that the silence was not unpleasant.  58   , if there had been any talking, it would have   59   us to learn less. Now, I appreciate the silence and the   60   way of communication it opens.

    题型:完型填空  知识点:政治经济文化类
  • 难度: 使用次数:0 入库时间:2017-06-16
    来源: 四川省中江县龙台中学2016-2017学年高二下学期期中考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    If you want to learn a new language, the very first thing to think about is why. Do you need it for a __41__ reason, such as your job or your studies? __42__ perhaps you are interested in the __43___, films or the music of a different country and you know how much it will help to have a __44___ of the language.
        Most people learn best using a variety of __45__, but traditional classes are an ideal
    (理想的)start for many people. They __46_ an environment where you can practice with the __47_ of someone who’s good at the language. We all lead __48__ lives and learning a language takes __49__. You will have more success if you study regularly, so try to make a __50__. It doesn’t matter if you haven’t got long. Becoming fluent in a language will take years, but learning to get by takes __51__.Many people start learning a language and soon give up. “I’m too __52__,” they say. Yes, children do learn languages more __53__ than adults, but research has shown that you can learn a language at any __54__. And learning is good for the health of your brain, too. I’ve also heard people __55__ about the mistakes they make when __56__. Well, relax and laugh about your mistakes __57__ you’re much less likely to make them again.
        Learning a new language is never __58__. But with some work and devotion, you’ll make progress. And you’ll be __59__ by the positive reaction of some people when you say just a few words in __60__ own language. Good luck!
    41. A. technical          B. political      C. practical          D. physical
    42. A. after              B. or              C. though          D. so
    43. A. medicine       B. transport      C. agriculture     D. literature
    44. A knowledge       B. view            C. form            D. database
    45. A paintings       B. writing             C. methods     D. computers
    46. A. provide        B. change              C. respect        D. protect
    47. A. control         B. command       C. pressure           D. help
    48. A. happy               B. busy          C. simple         D. normal

    49. A. courage         B. energy        C . time          D. place
    50. A. theory              B. plan           C. business       D. project
    51. A. some risks            B. some notes  C. a lot less         D. a lot more
    52. A. nervous         B. old           C. weak           D. tired
    53. A. quickly          B. closely       C. privately          D. quietly
    54. A. school           B. speed            C. distance           D. age   

    55. A. hesitate         B. worry        C. think          D. quarrel
    56. A. learning         B. working      C. bargaining     D. singing  

    57. A. if                  B. but           C. and            D. before
    58. A. tiresome        B. easy          C. interesting     D. hard     

    59. A. amazed          B. blamed        C. interrupted    D. informed
    60. A. your            B. his           C. our            D their
        

    题型:完型填空  知识点:政治经济文化类
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    来源: 四川省成都市第七中学2017届高三三诊模拟英语试题 Word版含答案之二.doc

        In England, there is a nice cottage with a large garden where lives an old man. The    41

    where bees and butterflies dance and gorgeous flowers    42    all year around is so well-tended that

    every passer-by cannot but stop for a  43  .

        One day a young painter    44  this garden and he was totally lost in admiration at its beauty,

    45    how happy he could be if he lived in such a    46    place. Then, suddenly he found the old

    gardener was blind.    47  ,the painter  48    that old man, asking "why are you busy__49 

    these flowers which you can't see as a matter of fact?" The blind gardener said    50 ,“I can tell

    you four reasons. First,1 was a gardener when l was young, and I really like this job. Second,__     51

    I can't see these flowers, I can touch them. Third, I can    52  the sweetness of  them.  As to the last

    one, that's you."

        “Me? 53 you don't know me." responded the painter.

        “Yeah. But I know flowers are angels which everyone knows and would    54 turn them

    down. People who love life would stop by and this  55  prospect(景色)would have their eyes

    56    and hearts pleased. Meanwhile, it also extends a  57   to me to have a word with you here."

        Actually, the blind man  58 flowers in his heart. Failing the__59  of the beauty of

    blossoming(开花),he surely can  60  the voice of it, I suppose.

    41. A. cottage    B. garden    C. place    D. room

    42. A. come    B. return     C. mass    D. stay

    43.A. glance     B. rest       C. discussion               D. chat

    44. A. broke into     B. came over            C. turned to      D. went by

    45. A. hoping      B. pretending           C. believing        D. picturing

    46.A.beautiful     B. lonely     C. quiet       D. shabby

    47. A. Frightened       B. Excited         C. Shocked         D. Worried

    48. A. patted         B. approached        C. threatened         D. shook

    49. A. picking    B. enjoying              C. tending          D. watering

    50. A. angrily         B. sadly          C. happily             D. comfortably

    51. A if              B. while      C. since                   D. as

    52.A.feel        B. taste      C. imagine       D. smell

    53.A.For            B. So        C.And            D. But

    54. A. usually      B. never              C. now and then               D. simply

    55.A.delightful          B. clear               C. funny            D. helpful

    56.A. feasted        B. moved             C. shocked                  D. opened

    57.A.gift                  B. choice             C. chance         D. reason

    58.A. sends         B. receives           C. attracts                  D. grows

    59.A. sight            B. pleasure           C. sense                      D. meaning

    60.A.understand          B. hear          C. think of                  D. spread

    题型:完型填空  知识点:政治经济文化类
  • 难度: 使用次数:2 入库时间:2017-06-09
    来源: 江苏省张家港高级中学2016-2017学年高一下学期期中考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

       Learning a second language fuels childrens intelligence and makes their job prospects brighter. 36 the fact is, in U.S.A, as in many other English speaking countries, speakers of two or more languages are in the 37 . Eighty-four per cent of US people are monolingual (speakers of only one language). This leaves a small number who 38 to speak two or more languages.
       No matter how proud people are of their cultural roots, to speak anything 39 English is a marker of difference here. That
    s why fourteen-year-old Umar is 40 when people comment on the fact that he is able to speak Arabic. Umars mother points out: In U.S.A, its not 41 for kids to be bilingual. But, if you speak another language to your children in U.S.A, it is thought that you are not helping them to 42 society.
       But in fact, the general 43 among experts is that learning a second language is good for children. Experts believe that bilinguals  people who speak _44 languages
    have a clear learning advantage 45 their monolingual schoolmates. This 46 on how much of each language they can speak, not on which language is used, 47 they are learning Arabic, French, Chinese or any other language.
       Vinss Millon, a professor of Foreign Language Training, says:
    A lot of studies have 48 that children who speak more than one language sometimes learn one language more 49 , but in the end they do as well as their monolingual schoolmates, and often better, in other subjects.
       The view is that there is a(n) 50 from the effort of learning another language. A few other 51 agree that
    Bilinguals tend to use language better as a whole. They also 52 greater creativity and problem-solving ability, and they learn further languages more easily.
       With all of the benefits, why do we not show more 53 for learning other languages. Parents and teachers 54 in bilingual education say it is pressure from friends at school, general 55 to other languages in English-speaking countries, and problems in the school system that are to blame.
    36. A. And                        B. So                         C. But                                         D. Thus
    37. A. minimum               B. maximum             C. minority                                 D. majority
    38. A. claim                      B. pretend                 C. decide                                    D. plan
    39. A. more than               B. less than               C. rather than                             D. other than
    40. A. excited                   B. embarrassed          C. disappointed                         D. appreciated
    41. A. common                 B. unusual                 C. unique                                   D. general
    42. A. fit in                       B. build up                C. contribute to                          D. figure out
    43. A. distinction              B. commission          C. announcement                      D. agreement
    44. A. one                         B. two                       C. three                                      D. more
    45. A. beneath                   B.beyond                 C. over                                       D. of
    46. A. determines              B. focuses                C. comments                             D. depends
    47. A. if                             B. Whether              C. when                                     D. because
    48. A. rejected                 B. released                C. revealed                              D. reminded
    49. A. slowly                   B. rapidly                 C. easily                                   D. efficiently
    50. A. outcome                B. improvement        C. advantage                           D. tendency
    51. A. parents                  B. learners                C. schoolmates                        D. professors
    52. A. display                  B. produce                C. inspire                                 D. discover
    53. A. concern                 B. respect                 C. enthusiasm                          D. intelligence
    54. A. involved               B. impressed            C. competing                            D. replacing
    55. A. opinions               B. obstacles              C. senses                                   D. attitudes
     

    题型:完型填空  知识点:政治经济文化类
  • 难度: 使用次数:2 入库时间:2017-06-09
    来源: 江苏省张家港高级中学2016-2017学年高二下学期期中考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    A PRANK (恶作剧) is naughty behavior that is at most scoldedif it gets too much. This is  41three Chinese students studying in California in the US described what they had done.
    Zhai Yunyao, Yang Yuhan and Zhang Xinlei, all 19, called it a “prank” when they took their classmate Liu Yiran to a park where “Liu was … beaten, spat (
    吐痰) on,  42with cigarettes and forced to eat her own hair during a five-hour attack”, 43the Associated Press.
    However, their “prank” in March 2015 was  44a crime in the US. The punishment was years in prison for kidnappingand assault (
    攻击). Zhai was  45to 13 years in prison, Yang to 10 years and Zhang to six years on Feb 17. They will be sent back to China  46serving their sentences, reported The Los Angeles Times.
    The bullying (
    欺凌) case has caused quite a discussion in China where school bullying is not  47__ but is seldom considered a crime. According to a survey done by China Youth Daily in July last year, 73.3 percent of the 1,002  48 said they had experienced or seen bullying cases at school.
    However,  49 offenders (
    冒犯者) receive proper punishment. In most of the cases, offenders only get criticism from schools. Offenders under 14 have no criminal  50. Those aged between 14 and 16 usually get a light punishment only when they 51serious crimes like murder and rape (强奸), according to China’s laws.
     “The articles about protecting minors (
    未成年人) have started to get 52punishing school bullies,” commented an article in Bandao Metropolis Daily. “Some bullies even use the laws as a shield (挡箭牌) for their violent  53.” In  54, the US is quite tough on bullying.
      A(n) 55of 46 of the 50 US states now have their own anti-bullying laws, according to the US Department of Education. Bullying, according to those anti-bullying laws, 56 not only direct physical contact like hitting, but also verbal assaults like name-calling.
    Also, judges in the US have the right to 57 minor offenders as adults if the cases are serious or if they have criminal records.
      China could learn from the US,58its legal system to stop bullying, some people have suggested. Huang Zhiyuan, a procurator (
    检察官) at the Henan People’s Procuratorate, advocated lowering the criminal age in Procuratorate Daily. Li Fangchao of China Daily advised China to make a  59anti-bullying law.
     A more profound (
    深刻的) message the case showed to us is that “the common tolerant60toward bullying should be changed”, commented Jiaxing Daily. “When teenagers do something wrong, we should tolerate and help them when necessary. But all of these have a limit.”

    41. A.what             B. where        C. how               D. why

    42. A. forced           B. burned              C. thrown             D. punished

    43.A. committed           B.described        C. commented         D. reported

    44.A. actually  B. really           C. badly              D. terribly

    45.A. taken            B. sent            C. put                D. sentenced

    46. A. while             B. before          C. after   D. on

    47. A. often              B. rare     C. regular              D. common

    48. A. respondents         B. consultants      C. assistants           D. accountants

    49. A. a few            B. few     C. many                       D. none

    50. A. opportunity       B. challenges        C. worries             D. responsibility

    51. A. murder           B. commit      C. act                D. take

    52. A. rid of            B. along with        C. in the way of        D. out of 

    53. A. behavior       B. belief           C. mistake           D. bully

    54. A. conclusion        B. disbelief        C. a word            D. contrast

    55. A. number           B. group          C. total              D. quantity

    56. A. includes              B. contains         C. confirms           D. indicates

    57. A. think            B. play          C. treat              D. punish

    58. A. improving    B. correcting     C. benefiting             D. changing

    59. A. terrific          B. clear           C. related            D. specific

    60. A .reaction         B. attitude       C. understanding      D. consideration

    题型:完型填空  知识点:政治经济文化类
  • 难度: 使用次数:1 入库时间:2017-06-07
    来源: 湖南省岳阳县第一中学2016-2017学年高二下学期期中考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Like many families in Sanyati, a small countryside town in western Zimbabwe(津巴布韦), Johnson’s family does not have a television. One day after school, Johnson arrived home and 41.______ something unusual in the house. At first, he 42.______ his father had bought a television, but when his mother said it was a computer, he was 43.______.

    It’s not that Johnson didn’t like the 44.______; he just didn’t know how to use it. Johnson and his father didn’t even know how to turn it on. "Nobody in our neighborhood knew how to 45.______ a computer," Johnson said.

    But things 46._____ when Nikon, a young family friend, came from a big city to visit. Nikon knew all about computers.

    “At first, I was always 47.______ the wrong button,” Johnson recalled. “But I kept on going 48.______I was eager to learn.” After three weeks, Johnson had mastered some computer 49._______, such as opening and closing files.

    Johnson kept on practicing after Nikon 50.______. His speed slowly improved. Soon, Johnson felt 51.______ with the computer. Meanwhile, Johnson’s friends 52._____ what had happened to him. He no longer played soccer after school like he  used to. Johnson’s friends 53.______. Were Johnson’s parents 54._____him from playing with them? Did he have new friends?

    One day, three of Johnson’s friends surprised him at home. They couldn’t 55.______ what they saw — a computer, and Johnson was operating it. After that, Johnson began to teach them how to use the computer.

    It wasn’t long before the neighborhood kids wanted to learn, too! The computer began to experience 56._____ because the kids were pressing too many buttons. So he 57.______a plan. He began charging for lessons. But this did not stop more kids from coming. Those whose parents did not have money 58._______with chickens or goats.

    Johnson has taught computer skills to 30 students from his local school. With the money earned from 59.______, Johnson has bought a television and a radio for his 60._______. And he plans to buy a new computer and keep on teaching.

    41.A. realized

    B. noticed      

    C. received

    D. achieved

    42.A. felt

    B. found

    C. thought

    D. decided

    43.A. disappointed

    B. interested

    C. satisfied

    D. excited

    44.A. television

    B. radio

    C. telephone

    D. computer

    45.A. operate

    B. repair

    C. manage

    D. control

    46.A. finished

    B. ended

    C. changed

    D. corrected

    47.A. editing

    B. pressing

    C. pulling

    D. putting

    48.A. but

    B. and

    C. because

    D. so

    49.A. systems

    B. files

    C. languages

    D. basics

    50.A. left

    B. returned

    C. arrived

    D. disappeared

    51.A. confused

    B. comfortable

    C. valuable

    D. considerable

    52.A. remembered

    B. discussed

    C. suspected

    D. wondered

    53.A. screamed

    B. hoped

    C. worried

    D. laughed

    54.A. preventing

    B. escaping

    C. protecting

    D. separating

    55.A. understand

    B. admit

    C. prove

    D. believe

    56.A. challenges

    B. problems

    C. tasks

    D. chances

    57.A. kept up with

    B. put up with

    C. came up with

    D. caught up with

    58.A. paid

    B. greeted

    C. filled

    D. played

    59.A. working

    B. begging

    C. teaching

    D. competing

    60.A. friend

    B. neighbor

    C. student

    D. family

    题型:完型填空  知识点:政治经济文化类
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    来源: 上海市七校2017届高三下学期3月联考英语试卷 Word版含答案.doc

    We all have our ways of marking time. As a photographer, my life is_____41_____ from one story to the next. My oldest son was born in the middle of a long story about the Endangered Species Act. My daughter came along with a _____42____ of gray wolves.

    Twenty stories later, though, it’s the story in Alaska that I’ll remember best. It was the story about the loss of wilderness — and the story ____43_____ which my wife Kathy got cancer. That’s the one that made time stand still.

          Kathy and I met at a blues bar in college . She had long blond hair and thought I was funny . Beautiful , graceful and patient , she has remained my muse( 文艺女神) for 24years , ____44___the thousands of times I’ve forced her to be photographed , she may have gotten tired of it now and then. I supposed ____45___ pictures on the day when she found that tumor(肿瘤) in her right breast . It was the size of a hen’s egg. Cruelly , it was Thanksgiving . By Christmas , the chemo-therapy ____46_____her weak and lying in bed . Some days she was so ___47____ she couldn’t watch TV.  One day she couldn’t even walk.

         Early detection saves lives . But ours was not early . By the time you can ____48__ it yourself , it’s often bigger than the doctor want it to be.

    Cancer is a thief. It steals time. Our days are already short with worry. Then comes this terrible disease, unfair as ___49______ at harvest time. But cancer also has the power to change us, for good. We learn to simplify, ____50_____ what we have instead of feeling sorry for what we don’t. Cancer even made me a better father. My work had made me a ____51_____ to my three kids. But now I pay attention to what really __52_______. This is not a race. This is a new way of life and new way of seeing, all from the cancer.

    In the end each of us has so little time. We have less of it than we can possibly imagine. And even though it____53_____ that Kathy’s cancer has not spread, and her prognosis (诊断) is good. We try to make it all count now, enjoying every part of every day.

    I’ve ____54_____ my camera again. I watch the sky, searching for beautiful light. When winter storms come, Kathy and I ____55_____ our children and take the time to catch snowflakes (雪花) on our tongues. After all, this is good. This is what we’re living for.

    41. A . repeated    B. transferred     C. conveyed    D. measured

    42. A. pack        B. series         C. bunch      D. portion

    43.A. with         B. at            C. during      D. for

    44.A. despite       B. beyond       C. until       D. upon

    45.A. making       B. taking        C. drawing     D. painting

    46.A. held          B. witnessed     C. found        D. had

    47. A. angry          B. sick       C. sad         D. dull

    48.A. feel          B. see        C. seize         D. record

    49.A. uneasy         B. unfit       C. unfair       D. unusual

    50.A. assessing        B. approaching   C. approving   D. appreciating

    51.A. guest           B. guide         C. stranger    D. supervisor

    52.A. implies         B. matters       C. means     D. works

    53. A. shows off     B. turns up       C. ends up     D. turns out

    54. A. picked up     B. picked out     C. looked up    D. looked for

    55. A. searched      B. gathered       C. looked      D. saw

    题型:完型填空  知识点:政治经济文化类
  • 难度: 使用次数:3 入库时间:2017-05-17
    来源: 陕西省西藏民族学院附属中学2017届高三3月月考英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Dash of Hope

    “Dash” is a symbol which represents every day we’ve spent alive on earth.Therefore,how you spend your “dash” is important.

    Recently I   41  about a little girl named Hope.After learning more about her life,I couldn’t help but feel it was not by  42  ,nor happenstance,that she had been named “Hope”.The strong feeling of sympathy and generosity  43 in her young heart made a lasting impression on me and countless others. 44  I never had the opportunity to meet her,I wish I had.It seems as though she was wise beyond her tender years and very,very special.

    Hope was a twelve-year-old girl who was  45  a “wish” in early December 2010 by the “Make-A-Wish” Foundation after being   46   that she had a rare type of bone cancer.However,when she found out that more than 150   47  in her area were waiting for their wishes to be granted (实现),she unselfishly used her wish to   48   that those children have their wishes granted.She also asked that it be done  49  January 16, 2011. Unfortunately, however,the organization informed her that her   50  request could not be granted as the funds (资金) were simply   51  .They calculated that they would need to raise more than one  52  dollars in thirty days in order to grant her wish. 53  ,but not discouraged,she turned her disappointment into an enthusiasm that inspired caring  54  to take up helping grant the wishes of the other children,and eventually  55  as well.Newspaper columnists and reporters for radio and TV stations   56   the story of this caring young girl who had   57  the hearts of so many and as word spread,the community was challenged.Committees were formed and schools,corporations and various organizations assisted in   58  money to help make Hope’s dream come true.

    Her efforts were not in vain as they continue to help others,not only physically,but   59  and emotionally as well.At the gathering to celebrate her life,“A Celebration of Hope” on January 16,2011,the  60  was made that they had indeed received donations totaling more than one million dollars.Her wish had been granted!

    41.A.cared                    B.thought                     C.heard                 D.talked

    42.A.coincidence           B.independence      C.convenience              D.intelligence

    43.A.housed                 B.carried               C.expected            D.lost

    44.A.although               B.Unless                C.Until                  D.If

    45.A.expressed             B.offered               C.made                 D.sent

    46.A.diagnosed             B.acknowledged     C.reminded            D.realized

    47.A.relatives                B.netizens              C.idols                  D.kids

    48.A.Command             B.ask                    C.arrange                     D.order

    49.A.for                       B.to                      C.on                            D.by

    50.A.last                       B.formal                C.simple                D.honorable

    51.A.unbearable            B.unbelievable C.unavailable          D.uncomfortable

    52.A.thousand               B.hundred              C.million                D.billion

    53.A.Worried                B.Surprised            C.Disappointed       D.Embarrassed

    54.A.committees           B.individuals          C.corporations              D.organizations

    55.A.hers                            B.ours                   C.theirs                 D.yours

    56.A.heard                    B.read                   C.believed              D.shared

    57.A.broken                  B.moved                C.lost                    D.opened

    58.A.finding                  B.spending             C.raising                D.borrowing

    59.A.healthily                B.thankfully           C.happily               D.mentally

    60.A.proposal               B.announcement     C.conclusion          D.decision

    题型:完型填空  知识点:政治经济文化类
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    来源: 山西省应县第一中学校2015-2016学年高二上学期期末考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

      In the past in Korea, there were large families with grandparents and over four children. Each family had up to eight 41 in the household.

      Men usually 42 outside and made money for the family. In the case of women ,it was completely the 43. Women stayed at home and did only things related to 44. In those large families. There were really strict traditional rules about men’s and women’s 45. Women used to manage the housework, especially the cooking. Men were not 46 in the kitchen for any reason at all. 47. as generations have changed little by little, the relationships between men and women have changed and this has affected 48 at home.

      In recent years, husbands have started doing some cooking. Why is this 49? One reason is the change in family size. 50 families are no longer common. Nowadays, some married couples no longer live together with their parents. They want to be 51 . These young people are 52 to change the rules and don’t have to 53 that their parents will disapprove. Many now think it is no big deal if a husband cooks for his wife; often they see it as an expression of his 54 for her.

      Another reason is the improvement of women’s 55 in society. Women now work like men. These women will not stop working after they get 56 . They no longer want to stay at home.

      Actually, it doesn’t 57 who cooks. It can be either the husbands or the wives; it all depends on the situation of each couple. This is the 58 in Korea nowadays even if some stubborn people don’t want to accept 59. A lot of people are beginning to 60 and even approve of these changes ,and more and more men are spending time in the kitchen along with their wives!

    41. A. groups               B. partners       C. members    D. friends

    42. A. worked          B .fought           C. competed    D. traveled

    43. A. simple            B. opposite         C. last             D. same

    44. A. farming         B. business        C. interest       D. housework

    45. A . appearances  B. skills            C. roles           D. careers

    46. A. helped           B. persuaded      C .advised       D. allowed

    47. A. However        B. Again             C. Besides       D. Therefore

    48. A. Progress        B. information     C. cooking       D. showing

    49. A. remaining     B. failing             C. improving    D. happening

    50 . A. Healthy         B. Successful      C. Large          D. Rich

    51. A. hopeful       B. independent   C. confident     D. polite

    52. A. sorry             B. free               C. proud          D. suitable

    53. A. worry            B. imagine          C. answer       D. declare

    54. A. luck               B. love               C. respect       D. approval

    55. A. position               B. duty              C. dream         D. behavior

    56. A. married         B. educated             C. defeated      D. prepared

    57. A. say                B. occur             C. change       D. matter

    58. A. problem         B. attitude          C. symptom     D. reaqlity

    59. A. us                 B. it                   C. them           D. which

    60 . A. wonder       B. talk                C. understand  D. report

    题型:完型填空  知识点:政治经济文化类
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    来源: 山西省大同市第一中学2016-2017学年高二3月月考英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Back in business school, macho(自以为是的) kids like me studied finance. In the competition of life, money    21   winning, so those who managed the money would become the   22   . Didn't matter that I was a woman - I was as         23     as any guy you'd ever met.

    It's taken me a lot of years, a lot of living, to   24   that my view of the world was upside down. The reality is: finance is for wimps(呆子). Finance is the easy part. However, It's much    25   to deal with people. The winners in society are the people who understand how to    26   other people.

    In my 20s, I worked really hard. I  27  name-brand schools and piled on the degrees. I was   28  on my climb to the top as a successful real-estate developer. I worked full-time as I was studying, because I was    29   .

    Then when I was 31, I got to the top in a way that I   30   imagined possible. I was   31   Deputy Mayor of Los Angeles. In that     32  , I collaborated with leaders from all sectors of society.

    When our four-year term came to a    33  , I moved to another world of power and money, as a headhunter for CEOs and other   34   talent for the world's biggest companies.

    As a result of all these   35  , I've had the chance to meet, befriend, and work with leaders from all sectors in countries throughout the world.

    And here's what I've learned: the leaders are not the   36   IQ people in any organization. They didn't get the highest grades, they didn't   37   the highest exam scores. They got to the top   38   they have the ability to attract the best people to work for them. And at the root of that power of attraction is empathy(同感能力). Empathy is the ability to truly connect with other human beings. It's life's hardest but most    39   skill. And it's the skill   40  for leadership in a changing world.

    21. A. ignored                 B. equaled           C. combined               D. caused

    22. A. directors               B. heroes                    C. winners                   D. losers

    23. A. optimistic                     B. naughty           C. competitive                    D. practical

    24. A. realize                   B. deny                C. complain                 D. debate

    25. A. happier                 B. simpler             C. easier                            D. harder

    26. A. care about                   B. relate to          C. depend on                    D. talk with

    27. A. attended               B. avoided           C. left                          D. escaped

    28. A. praised                 B. assisted           C. criticized                 D. focused

    29. A. in a hurry                     B. in vain                     C. in surprise                     D. in the end

    30. A. ever                      B. often                C. never                      D. once

    31. A. appointed                    B. treated                    C. awarded                 D. charged

    32. A. culture                  B. game               C. space                            D. role

    33. A. start                      B. fame                C. close                      D. trend

    34. A. different                B. top                   C. common                 D. busy

    35. A. experiences          B. performances  C. accidents                D. experiment

    36. A. busiest                  B. lowest                     C. dullest                           D. highest

    37. A. accept                  B. expect                     C. score                      D. share

    38. A. until                      B. because          C. so                          D. before

    39. A. complete               B. funny               C. boring                            D. important

    40. A. required                B. remembered    C. regarded                D. reached

    题型:完型填空  知识点:政治经济文化类
  • 难度: 使用次数:1 入库时间:2017-05-14
    来源: 山东省寿光现代中学2016-2017学年高二(实验班)3月月考英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

       Steven knew he was a good but not great web designer and was about to go on an interview at a marketing firm in the city. He   41   well and went over the checklist(备忘录)needed to make a good first   42  . Seven was appointed the 3rd in the interview room and was waiting his   43  .

       In the waiting room a gentleman entered and asked Steven “Are you  44   about the job interview?” Steven replied “No. I’m very confident.” The man then asked him  45  he was so confident. Steven then said that he had been  46   for quite some time now and   47  he was qualified for the job. The man was impressed with his answer and their  48   continued. Fifteen minutes passed before Steven was  49  for the interview. The man thanked Steven and they  50  phone numbers.

    Steven did not get the job. He was a little  51   but his spirits stayed   52  

    A week later his cellphone  53  . The man replied “Hey it’s Tom, we’ve met at the Marketing Firm.” Steven remembered the interview and Tom  54   his deepest thanks for the conversation they had in the waiting room. Being   55   , Steven asked “But how did I help you”? Tom replied, “You did not  56   help me but you’ve answered a question I was asking   57   for over 5 years.” Steven asked “What was it?” Tom answered. “  58  … I had none. Your talk gave me confidence to ask this woman I’ve been dating for 5 years to  59  me” and she said “YES!!!” Without your words I would have never even asked and my life would be  60   today. So I just wanted to call and say ‘thank you’ one million times.”

    41. A. started                             B. prepared                               C. knew                                   D. spoke

    42. A. decision                   B. choice                                  C. experience                      D. impression

    43. A. turn                               B. mark                                    C. job                                      D. boss

    44. A. nervous                   B. happy                                   C. sad                                       D. lonely

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

    46. A. studying                  B. living                             C. staying                                 D. standing

    47. A. wondered                 B. felt                                      C. decided                                 D. remembered

    48. A. telephone                  B. debate                                   C. explanation                     D. conversation

    49. A. called off                 B. called for                              C. called in                        D. called on

    50. A. exchanged               B. took                                     C. found                           D. dialed

    51. A. impatient                          B. disappointed                  C. worried                                D. relaxed

    52. A. usual                               B. low                                      C. silent                            D. high

    53. A. sounded                           B. failed                                   C. rang                                    D. responded

    54. A. expressed                B. accepted                               C. received                                D. deserved

    55. A. careful                            B. puzzled                         C. fortunate                               D. satisfied

    56. A. probably                          B. secretly                                 C. easily                                    D. directly

    57. A. himself                            B. yourself                                C. myself                                 D. itself

    58. A. Confidence                      B. Appreciation                   C. Success                                D. Luck

    59. A. refuse                             B. marry                                  C. forgive                                 D. admire

    60. A. smooth                           B. innocent                                C. convenient                     D. different

    题型:完型填空  知识点:政治经济文化类
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    来源: 宁夏银川市第二中学2016-2017学年高二下学期第一次月考英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    This was my first Thanksgiving Day in Birmingham. I wanted to express my 41 to a lot of people. They helped me a lot during my stay in this completely strange foreign country. What   42 me most was an Indian girl, Denise.

    The day I was on Bus 35 from the city centre, and I 43 at Shanno Road. But I realized it was not my bus stop. It was nearly 9 o’clock in the evening so there was no one 44 I walked on and was lost at a very strange spot. 45 , before my strength ran out , a bus finally arrived. I hurriedly got onto it without 46 , explaining that I was lost and asked 47 who could help me. From the puzzled look on their faces, I felt 48 . Just then, an Indian girl stopped calling, telling me she knew my 49 . We left that bus and had a pleasant 50 on our way and I also learned from her the 51 for other passengers “puzzled” looks. It took her nearly an hour to 52 me to my house.

     I would return to my country after Thanksgiving Day, so I prepared a beautiful Chinese knot for Denise and telephoned her many times, but I just didn’t 53 to her. On the morning of Thanksgiving Day, I had a very 54 breakfast because I couldn’t wait any longer to find Denise. I intended to take Bus27, the one I took 55 I was lost. While waiting for the bus, I heard someone 56 me. I turned around; it was Denise! What a(n) 57 ! I immediately presented her with the gift. When we waved goodbye to each other, tears ran down my cheeks, and I 58 we would meet again in the near future.

     I learned a(n) 59 lesson from her ----help others in need. Now, every Thanksgiving Day, I 60 my house with some Chinese knots. For the reason I know so does Denise.

    41. A. concerns

    B. opinions

    C. appreciation

    D. sympathy

    42. A. benefited

    B. influenced

    C. touched

    D. changed

    43. A. went up

    B. went off

    C. went around

    D. went on

    44. A. in place

    B. in charge

    C. in need

    D. in sight

    45. A. Luckily

    B. Astonishingly

    C. Naturally

    D. Suddenly

    46. A. purpose

    B. doubt

    C. hesitation

    D. ticket

    47. A. happily

    B. anxiously

    C. clumsily

    D. cautiously

    48. A. curious

    B. nervous

    C. desperate

    D. lonely

    49. A. identity

    B. address

    C. school

    D. position

    50. A. walk

    B. view

    C. break

    D. conversation

    51. A. excuse

    B. preference

    C. desire

    D. reason

    52. A. accompany

    B. drive

    C. abandon

    D. introduce

    53. A. run into

    B. get across

    C. set aside

    D. get through

    54. A. delicious

    B. hurried

    C. wonderful

    D. unforgettable

    55. A. before

    B. after

    C. since

    D. until

    56. A. greeting

    B. discussing

    C. phoning

    D. praising

    57. A. pity

    B. opportunity

    C. coincidence

    D. mystery

    58. A. obeyed

    B. prayed

    C. declared

    D. guessed

    59. A. valuable

    B. accessible

    C. thoughtful

    D. simple

    60. A. fill

    B. paint

    C. furnish

    D. decorate

     

    题型:完型填空  知识点:政治经济文化类
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    来源: 湖北省宜昌市长阳县第二高级中学2016-2017学年高二3月月考英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

     

    Nowadays many people enjoy   41   activities—walking, cycling or mountaineering.

        People often   42   the act of climbing high and difficult mountains to be astonishing. Why are men and women   43  to suffer cold and hardship, and to   44  on high mountains? This astonishment may be caused by the difference between mountaineering and other forms of activities to which men  45   their leisure time.

    There are no man-made rules, as there are for  46  sports as golf and football. There are, of course, principles of different kinds. It would be dangerous if you   47   them. But it is this freedom from man-made rules  48  makes mountaineering attractive to many people. Those who climb mountains are free to choose their own  49  .

        If we   50   mountaineering with other more familiar sports, we might think that one big difference is that mountaineering is not a kind of   51   work at all.   52  , it is only our misunderstanding. There are no “matches”   53   “teams” of climbers, but when climbers are on a rock face linked by a rope which their lives may  54  , there is obviously teamwork.

        A mountain climber knows that he may have to fight with natural  55   that are stronger and more powerful than man.

    A mountain climber   56   to improve his skill year after year. A skier has probably passed his best by the age of thirty, and most tennis champions  57   in their early twenties. But it is not   58   for men of fifty or sixty to climb the highest mountains in the Alps. They may take more   59   to do that than younger men, but they probably climb more skillfully and with less effort, and they certainly experience equal  60  .

    41. A. physical                     B. easy              C. difficult   D. mental

    42. A. find                       B. respect                C. treat                  D. consider

    43. A. scared                 B. willing         C. afraid              D. suitable

    44. A. have a break B. make sense             C. take a risk D. lose weight

    45. A. give                    B. hope                     C. discover            D. receive

    46. A. so                      B. various                     C. different           D. such

    47. A. applied                B. worried                    C. ignored             D. noticed

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

    49. A. methods             B. tradition                    C. styles               D. activities

    50. A. contact              B. relate                C. replace             D. compare

    51. A. pair                    B. complex                   C. team                 D. simple

    52. A. Otherwise           B. Therefore                 C. Furthermore      D. However

    53. A. between              B. within                      C. from                 D. beyond

    54. A. keep on               B. go on                       C. depend on         D. focus on

    55. A. storms               B. forces                    C. energies            D. strengths

    56. A. tries                   B. wants                       C. continues          D. decides

    57. A. will be                B. are                          C. appear        D. is

    58. A. unusual        B. normal                 C. common            D. frequent

    59. A. gifts                   B. means                      C. brains               D. time

    60. A. astonishment       B. ambition                   C. concern            D. enjoyment

    题型:完型填空  知识点:政治经济文化类
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    来源: 湖北省武汉外国语学校2016-2017学年高二3月月考英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Most American magazines and newspapers reserve 60 percent of their pages for ads. The New York Times Sunday edition __51_____ may contain 350 pages of advertisements. Some radio stations devote 40 minutes of every hour to __52_____.

    Then there is television. The vast majority of television ads today consist of brief advertising spots, __53_____ in length from a few seconds to several minutes. According to one estimate, American youngsters sit through three hours of television commercials each week. By the time they graduate from high school, they will have been ___54____ 360,000 TV ads. Television advertises in airports, hospital waiting rooms, and schools.

    Major sporting events are now major advertising events. Racing cars serve as high speed ___55____. Some athletes receive most of their money from advertisements. One top-ranking basketball player earned $3.9 million by playing ball. Advertisers paid him nine times that much to ___56____ their products.

    There is no escape. Commercial ads are __57_____ on walls, buses, and trucks. They ___58____ the inside of taxis and subways --even the doors of public toilets. __59_____ messages call to us in supermarkets, stores, elevators --and __60____ we are on hold on the telephone. In some countries so much advertising comes through the mail that many recipients proceed directly from the mailbox to the nearest wastebasket to ___61____ the junk mail.

    ___62____ Insiders’ Report, published by McCann-Erickson, a global advertising agency, the estimated amount of money spent on advertising worldwide in 1990 was $275.5 billion. Since then, the figures have soared to $411.6 billion for 1997 and $434.4 billion for 1998. Big money.

    What is the __63____ of all of this? One analyst put it this way: “Advertising is one of the most powerful socializing forces in the culture. Ads sell __64____ than products. They sell images, values, goals, __65_____ of who we are and who we should be. They shape our attitudes and our attitudes shape our behavior.”

    51. A. lonely                B. alone                      C. singly                            D. individually

    52. A. commerce              B. consumers                   C. commercials         D. contracts

    53. A. ranging                    B. varying                   C. changing                D. adjusting

    54. A. taken to            B. spent in                  C. expected of            D. exposed to

    55. A. flashes                    B. billboards               C. attractions                    D. messages

    56. A. improve            B. promote                 C. urge                       D. update

    57. A. symbolized              B. illustrated               C. demonstrated        D. displayed

    58. A. modify                     B. decorate                C. polish                            D. fix

    59. A. Audio                B. Studio                            C. Oral                       D. Video

    60. A. since                B. while                      C. unless                           D. if

    61. A. throw away              B. lay down                C. blow out                 D. break down

    62. A. Except for         B. Apart from                     C. According to          D. Including in

    63. A. effect                B. affect                      C. result                            D. purpose

    64. A. less                  B. same                            C. similar                    D. more

    65. A. outlooks            B. opinions                 C. concepts               D. implications

    题型:完型填空  知识点:政治经济文化类
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    来源: 河南省南阳市六校2016-2017学年高一下学期第一次联考英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    One of the most inspiring quotes(名言) I ever heard was by Brian Tracy. He said: “The  41  between successful people and unsuccessful people is that successful people   42   many more times than unsuccessful people.”

    I deeply understood the   43   of the quote soon after my fist book was published.

    I was living in Atlanta at the time and   44   my fist signing sale for my new book at the phoenix and Dragon,the largest bookstore in the city. Although a nice sign was placed outside the room   45   images of both me and my book, The 9 Insights of the Wealthy Soul,not a single customer entered the room.   46   each minute passed, I became increasingly   47  .

    At 6:25 pm, just before the store’s   48  , I began to get myself ready to leave. At that moment, just when I couldn’t fell any   49  , a middle-aged couple walked into the room. I managed to   50   my emotions and introduced myself and my book.

    The couple turned the pages each other, and the husband   51   to his wife. She then told me,“I think we’ll get the book.”

    Despite the impulse (冲动)to jump   52  , and hold their hands to thank them for being my   53   readers, I realized the woman was trying to say something else.

    “The   54   we’re buying it is that our son died two years ago,” she said. “Maybe your book will help us   55   it .”

    At that moment, I knew if never sold a copy of the book, my four years of   56   had been meaningless.

    Although I would have many more challenging years   57   my book became a bestseller, this couple’s story was all the   58   I needed at that point to keep me   59  .

    Thanks to them, I would realize that the greatest of lives are made all in the same way : One challenge ... one challenge ... one difficulty ... one step ... and one small   60   at a time.

    41. A. similarity           B. difference                C. interest              D. advantage

    42. A. fail                B. own                     C. try                  D. experience

    43. A. fault               B. key                     C. secret                D. wisdom

    44. A. refused             B. decided                  C. arranged             D. waited

    45. A. including           B. showing                  C. drawing             D. selling

    46. A. While              B. As                      C. With                D. when

    47. A. anxious             B. excited                  C. angry               D. curious

    48. A. rented              B. opening                  C. crowded            D. closing

    49. A. worse              B. bad                      C. good               D. better

    50. A. express             B. hide                     C. read                D. push

    51. A. nodded             B. side                     C. replied              D. talked

    52. A. one end             B. in a row                  C. in  the air           D. on the ground 

    53. A. reliable              B. old                     C. welcoming           D. first

    54. A. impact              B. reason                   C. purpose             D. result

    55. A. look through         B. get over                  C. find out             D. come across

    56. A. studying             B. advertising               C. writing             D. waiting

    57. A. since                B. unless                  C. after                D. until

    58. A.motivation            B. information              C. decision             D. material

    59. A. moving ahead         B. falling down             C. putting forward       D. losing courage

    60. A. sorrow               B. failure                  C. success             D. pleasure

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    Attitude with action is everything. That’s what I’ve   41   from a simple person at our office gym.

    Last month our city conducted a fitness center “FitnessOne”. And we had a trainer there, who had a bad   42   to his work and us. He used to come down to our office every evening but he was least   43   about who was coming in and what people were doing inside. He only talked about the money he earned by   44   people individually in another fitness center where he   45   in the mornings. He never guided us.   46  , he would not even   47   properly when any of us asked about the way of doing exercise.   48  , at the end of last month he was   49   and we got a new trainer.

    The gentleman was Bala. He would quietly come in and do   50   for the first few days except looking at the register,   51   who came regularly to the gym. Slowly, he became   52   with the users and started to correct their mistakes while exercising. And people built up   53   in him. Yesterday, he called me to watch some specific exercises.  54   his interim (临时的) period of one month was coming to a(n)   55  , he wanted me to learn them properly before he left us. We’ve   56   FitnessOne to appoint Bala as a   57   trainer and now we are waiting for their reply.

    Bala could have taken his role as a trainer like our   58   guy since he stayed here only for a month. But he   59   to take it seriously and sincerely. His positive attitude along with his   60   gained our trust and support. I think this is his great achievement.

    41. A. heard        B. suffered             C. collected        D. learnt

    42. A. reply        B. attention            C. attitude             D. devotion

    43. A. bothered         B. delighted        C. moved            D. disappointed

    44. A. praising         B. inspiring            C. training             D. comforting

    45. A. worked       B. studied          C. struggled        D. completed

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

    47. A. promise      B. react            C. think            D. answer

    48. A. Surprisingly     B. Hopefully        C. Fortunately      D. Sadly

    49. A. scolded      B. fired            C. attacked             D. recognized

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

    51. A. turning out B. coming out       C. figuring out         D. looking out

    52. A. popular      B. patient          C. similar          D. familiar

    53. A. fame             B. trust                C. courage          D. strength

    54. A. As           B. If               C. Once             D. Unless

    55. A. turn             B. delay            C. end              D. change

    56. A. allowed      B. taught           C. warned           D. requested

    57. A. permanent    B. private          C. skillful             D. temporary

    58. A. latter       B. former           C. future           D. present

    59. A. refused      B. chose            C. tended           D. continued

    60. A. dream        B. standard             C. action           D. policy

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    Attitude with action is everything. That’s what I’ve   41   from a simple person at our office gym.

    Last month our city conducted a fitness center “FitnessOne”. And we had a trainer there, who had a bad   42   to his work and us. He used to come down to our office every evening but he was least   43   about who was coming in and what people were doing inside. He only talked about the money he earned by   44   people individually in another fitness center where he   45   in the mornings. He never guided us.   46  , he would not even   47   properly when any of us asked about the way of doing exercise.   48  , at the end of last month he was   49   and we got a new trainer.

    The gentleman was Bala. He would quietly come in and do   50   for the first few days except looking at the register,   51   who came regularly to the gym. Slowly, he became   52   with the users and started to correct their mistakes while exercising. And people built up   53   in him. Yesterday, he called me to watch some specific exercises.  54   his interim (临时的) period of one month was coming to a(n)   55  , he wanted me to learn them properly before he left us. We’ve   56   FitnessOne to appoint Bala as a   57   trainer and now we are waiting for their reply.

    Bala could have taken his role as a trainer like our   58   guy since he stayed here only for a month. But he   59   to take it seriously and sincerely. His positive attitude along with his   60   gained our trust and support. I think this is his great achievement.

    41. A. heard        B. suffered             C. collected        D. learnt

    42. A. reply        B. attention            C. attitude             D. devotion

    43. A. bothered         B. delighted        C. moved            D. disappointed

    44. A. praising         B. inspiring            C. training             D. comforting

    45. A. worked       B. studied          C. struggled        D. completed

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

    47. A. promise      B. react            C. think            D. answer

    48. A. Surprisingly     B. Hopefully        C. Fortunately      D. Sadly

    49. A. scolded      B. fired            C. attacked             D. recognized

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

    51. A. turning out B. coming out       C. figuring out         D. looking out

    52. A. popular      B. patient          C. similar          D. familiar

    53. A. fame             B. trust                C. courage          D. strength

    54. A. As           B. If               C. Once             D. Unless

    55. A. turn             B. delay            C. end              D. change

    56. A. allowed      B. taught           C. warned           D. requested

    57. A. permanent    B. private          C. skillful             D. temporary

    58. A. latter       B. former           C. future           D. present

    59. A. refused      B. chose            C. tended           D. continued

    60. A. dream        B. standard             C. action           D. policy

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    You have waited 45 minutes for the valuable 10 minutes’ break between classes. But when the bell for the next class rings, you can’t believe how  ___36__  time has passed.

    If you are ___37___ with this scene, you’ll know how time flies when you are having fun and  __38__ when you are bored. Now scientists have ___39___ a reason why this is the case.

    Scans have shown that patterns of activity in the brain  ___40___  according to how we focus on a task. When we are ___41___ , we concentrate more on how time is passing. And  ____42___ makes our brains think the clock is ticking more slowly.

    In an experiment ____43___ by a French laboratory, 12 volunteers watched an image  ___44___ researchers monitored their brain activity.

    The volunteers were told to   __45____  concentrate on how long an image appeared for, then ____46___  the color of the image, and thirdly, study both duration and color. The results showed that  ___47__ was more active when the volunteers paid attention to  ___48__ subjects.

    It is thought __49____ if the brain is focusing on many aspects of a task, it has to    ___50__ its resources, and pays less attention to the clock. ____51__ , time passes without us really  __52___  it, and seems to go quickly. If the brain is not so active, it concentrates its ___53____ energies on monitoring the passing of time. __54__ , time seems to drag.

    Next time you feel bored  ___55___ , perhaps you should pay more attention to what the teacher is saying!

    36. A. slowly                      B. quickly

    C. terribly                    D. foolishly

    37. A. disappointed                B. satisfied

    C. familiar                    D. similar

    38. A. drags         B. stops      C. goes       D. backs

    39. A. thought over                B. made up

    C. suggested with               D. come up with

    40. A. change       B. develop      C. grow        D. slow

    41. A. sleepy        B. bored       C. excited       D. active

    42. A. which        B. we          C. this         D. what

    43. A. produced     B. carried out   C. tried        D. did

    44. A. where        B. when        C. while       D. as

    45. A. partly        B. quickly      C. how        D. first

    46. A. familiar with                 B. focus on

    C. make out                    D. tell apart

    47. A. the researchers               B. the experiment

    C. the clock                   D. the brain

    48. A. no           B. less         C. some        D. more

    49. A. when        B. which       C. that          D. where

    50. A. fix          B. gather       C. reach        D. spread

    51. A. However    B. Furthermore  C. Therefore    D. Finally

    52. A. recognizing  B. watching     C. noticing      D. counting

    53. A. enough        B. full        C. right         D. proper

    54. A. In fact      B. As a result    C. For example    D. Instead

    55. A. in class     B. with work     C. in mind        D. of lessons

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    The books in Davids schoolbag felt like bricks as he ran down the street. What he wanted to do was to play basketball with Eric,  41   his mother told him he would have to return his sisters books to the library first.

       He had ___42___ set foot in a library and he wasnt about to do so today. He would just ____43___ the books in the outside return box. But there was a   44    : it was locked.

       He went into the building, only a few minutes ____45____ closing time. He put the books into the return box. And after a brief    46    in the toilet, he would be on his way to the playground to    47   Eric.

       David stepped out of the toilet and stopped in ___48___ ---the library lights were off. The place was   49   . The doors had been shut. They   50    be opened from the inside. He was trapped----in a library!

       He tried to ___51____ a telephone call, but was unable to ___52_____ . Whats worse, the play phones were on the outside of the building.   53   the sun began to set, he searched for a light and found it.

          54   he could see. David wrote on a piece of paper:   55  ! Im TRAPPED inside!and stuck it to the glass door.    56    , someone passing by would see it.

      He was surprised to discover that this place was not so unpleasant, ___57____. Rows and rows of shelves held books, videos and music. He saw a book about Michael Jordan and took it off the shelf. He settled into a chair and started to ___58____.

       He knew he had to   59   , but now, that didnt seem to be such a   60    thing.

    41. A. or              B. because           C. but         D. since

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

    43. A. drop           B. pass              C. carry         D. take

    44. A. case              B. mistake            C. question       D. problem

    45. A. during       B. before              C. over          D. after

    46. A. rest         B. break             C. stop          D. walk

    47. A. meet        B. visit                 C. catch                 D. greet

    48. A. delight         B. surprise           C. anger                D. eagerness

    49. A. lonely           B. noisy              C. empty              D. crowded

    50. A. wouldnt        B. neednt            C. shouldnt          D. couldnt

    51. A. make            B. fix               C. use               D. pick

    52. A. get on         B. get up            C. get in                  D. get through

    53. A. As               B. If               C. Though            D. Until

    54. A. On time         B. Now and then       C . At last                D. By the way

    55. A. Help           B. Hello             C. Come               D. Sorry

    56. A. Truly           B. Surely                C. Thankfully          D. gradually

    57. A. at most        B. as usual            C. in short            D. after all

    58. A. read             B. play            C. watch          D. write

    59. A. stand        B. wait            C. sleep             D. work

    60. A. cool              B. strange             C. bad                  D. nice

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    People from Great Britain brought the English language to North America in the 16th and 17th centuries. And in the  41  300 years, there have been so many   42   in both places that now people can easily   43   an English person from an American in the   44   he or she talks.

    Many old words  45   in England but were kept in America. For example, 300 years ago people in Great Britain got their water from something they   46  either a “aucet”, “spigot”, or a “tap”. All these words are   47   heard in different parts of America, but only “tap” is still   48   in England. Americans often make   49   new words or change old ones. “Corn” is one kind of plant in America and  50   in England.

    Also, over the last three centuries the English language has  51   thousands of new words for things that weren’t   52   before. And often, American and English people used two  53   names for them. A tin can is called “tin” for short in English, but a “can” in America. The word “radio” is 54  all over the world, including America. But many English people call it a “wireless”. And almost anything   55   something to do with cars, railroads, etc. has different   56   in British and American English.

    But now American and British English may be  57   closer together. One thing is that   58   people can hear a large amount of American speech daily in  59  , on television, or from travelers. Because of this, Americans 60   to be influencing the British more and more. So some day, English may even be the same on both sides of the Atlantic.

    41. A. recent               B. past                        C. oldest                     D. latest

    42. A. citizens                     B. inventions            C. advances            D. changes

    43. A. pick                B. take                     C. tell                 D. judge

    44. A. way               B. place                   C. language         D. voice

    45. A.disappeared             B. stayed                    C. returned        D. formed

    46. A.said                           B. called                        C. spoke                   D. talked

    47. A. still                   B. hardly                         C. clearly                  D. then

    48. A. common           B. native                       C. necessary           D. lively

    49. A.of                       B. into                  C. up                    D. out

    50. A.none            B. the other                C. another        D. something

    51. A.discovered         B. added                C. improved       D. learned

    52. A. known            B. accepted          C. introduced              D. understood

    53 .A. different           B. short              C. new           D. surprising

    54. A. used                 B. made              C. developed              D. produced

    55. A. bringing                   B. having             C. getting                   D. making

    56. A. names                  B. types                   C. degrees         D. parts

    57. A. growing            B. staying            C. living                   D. putting

    58. A. American           B. British             C. educated              D. ordinary

    59. A. families                    B. buses                   C. movies                 D. newspapers

    60. A. seem               B. expect                       C. need                D. happen

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