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    来源: 广西钦州市钦州港区2017届高三12月月考英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Accomplishment is often deceptive (导致误解的) because we don’t see the pain and perseverance that produced it. So we may credit the  __36__ with brains or lucky break, and let ourselves off the hook(为自己开脱) because we 37 in both two. Not that we could all be concert pianists just by exercising enough discipline. ___38___, each of us has the makings of success in some effort, but we will achieve this only if we ___39___ our wills and work at it.

    How can we acquire stick-to-itiveness? There is no simple, fast ___40___. But I have developed a way of thinking that has 41 my own weak will more than once. Here are the basic elements:

    “Won’t” power. This is as important as will power. Discipline means choices. Every time you say yes to a goal or objective, you say no to many more. Every prize has its ___42___. The prize is the yes; the price is the no. Igor Gorin, the noted Ukrainian-American baritone(男中音), told of his early days studying ___43___. He loved to smoke a pipe, but one day his professor said, “Igor, you will have to made up your mind ___44___ you are going to be a great singer, or a great pipe smoker. You cannot be both.” ___45___, the pipe went.

    Delayed gratification (喜悦). M. Scott Peck, M.D., author of the best-seller The Road less Traveled, ___46___ this tool of discipline as “a process of ___47___ the pain and pleasure of life in such a way as to enhance the ___48___ by meeting and experiencing the pain first and ___49___ it over with.”

    This might ___50___ routine daily decisions—something as ___51___ as skipping a favorite late-night TV show and getting to bed early, to be wide awake for a meeting the next morning. Or it might involve longer-term ___52___

    The secret of such commitment is getting past the pain and seeing the delight. “The fact is that many ___53___ efforts aren’t fun,” says one radio and TV commentator. “True, all work and no play makes Johnny a dull boy. But trying to turn everything we do into ___54___ makes for terrible frustrations, because life—even the most rewarding one—includes circumstances that aren’t  ___55___ at all. I like my job as a journalist. It’s personally satisfying, but it isn’t always joyful.”

      36. A. producer           B. applicant            C. achiever         D. performer

      37. A. fall short             B. come over        C. leave behind         D. work out  

      38. A. Meanwhile      B. Still                C. Rather           D. Besides

      39. A. restrict           B. delay            C. apply            D. prefer

      40. A. dimension          B. formula          C. dilemma          D. foundation 

      41. A. damaged            B. allowed          C. suffered             D. rescued  

      42. A. root               B. result               C. price                D. goal

    43. A. sound          B. voice            C. noise                D. whistle 

    44. A. that               B. if               C. whether              D. how 

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

    46. A. forms          B. manages              C. shapes           D. describes

    47. A. determining        B. scheduling      C. mixing           D. substitutes

    48. A. commitment         B. tool                 C. mind                 D. pleasure

    49. A. look               B. think            C. take                 D. get

    50. A. make           B. involve              C. attach           D. undergo

    51. A. reasonable         B. delightful      C. simple           D. strange

    52. A. resolutions        B. debates              C. contrasts            D. routines

    53. A. visible            B. experimental         C. worthwhile      D. challenging

    54. A. work           B. play                 C. hobbies              D. efforts

    55. A. unique             B. smooth           C. easy                 D. fun

    题型:完型填空  知识点:政治经济文化类
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    来源: 福建省漳州龙海市港尾中学2016-2017学年高一12月月考英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

         This autumn was the wettest since records began in the UK. Floods   16   large parts of the country. In Australia floods have covered an area the   17   of the whole of Britain. How does it happenCars, factories and power stations   18   carbon dioxide (CO2) into the air. This gas   19   the air and causes the polar ice to melt (融化). Sea level across the world   20  . What are we going to do about itIn 1990,   21   of all the big nations met in Japan and agreed to reduce the   22   of CO2 they put into the air. Ten years later, in November 2000, the leaders   23   again in Holland to discuss the situation and decide what to do next. Maybe the   24   is one of the ways.

        The village of Yaluman   25   in the mountains of Chia-pas, a province of southern Mexico. Its   26   are Mayan Indians. They are some of the poorest people in a poor country.   27   now they have an extra source of money. They are being   28   to grow, develop and look after  forests by the organization in   29   of Formula One racing (一级方程式比赛).

        Every year, the global Formula One racing pumps 5,500 tons of CO2 into the air. The idea is that the   30   around Yaluman will take in this amount. It will also   3 local people with money to wipe out motor racing’s   32   debt ().

        Projects like this go under the   33   of “Carbon trading”. The basic idea is that governments and companies can buy the   34   to pump CO2 into the air by investing (投资) in   35   materials that take it out again.

    16. A. covered      B. removed  C. replaced D. flowed

    17. A. width        B. height  C. length       D. size

    18. A. fill         B. pump     C. press        D. lose

    19. A. rushes away  B. gets up  C. cools down   D. heats up

    20. A. rises        B. raises   C. sinks        D. improves

    21. A. organizations    B. leaders  C. businessmen  D. companies

    22. A. temperature  B. number  C. amount        D. quality

    23. A. went         B. came    C. arrived       D. met

    24. A. next         B. last      C. following       D. above

    25. A. lies             B. locates          C. lays        D. falls

    26. A. languages        B. words            C. people       D. cultures

    27. A. But          B. And              C. So           D. Therefore

    28. A. paid         B. given            C. taken        D. spent

    29. A. need        B. favour           C. honour       D. charge

    30. A. mountains        B. forests          C. fields           D. tracks

    31. A. show         B. appreciate       C. provide     D. support

    32. A. direct       B. indirect          C. economical  D. environmental

    33. A. control          B. name             C. condition   D. help

    34. A. idea         B. method           C. right        D. debt

    35. A. green        B. white            C. light       D. heavy

    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:2017-02-17
    来源: 福建省建瓯市第二中学2016-2017学年高一上学期第一次月考英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Every one of us, rich or poor, should at least have one or two good friends. I learned that a true friend is the most important in my life after I had gone   41   so many terrible things. I felt upset when I was told that I would have to   42   the company. As I had a very big family to   43   and was in great need of money, what I was   44   about was how to find another new job. In order to   45   this problem, I rushed from place to place like crazy. I read almost all the newspapers and   46   almost all the telephone numbers in the newspaper   47   in my notebook and tried to call almost all the companies that needed new   48   . Not until I found a job in a small town near Townsville had I   49   down. My new boss, Mr Johnson, was one of my good friends since primary school. “Why didn’t you   50   me until now? Was it   51   to do that? Explain to me the reason, ”he said,    52   me a cup of hot coffee. Both of us were happy to see each other and we   53   the whole afternoon talking about things and persons that we   54   at school. John asked me to give him some advice about   55   to enlarge his present business and he was entirely happy about my   56   . To my great surprise, he offered me a   57   which didn’t need much experience because I was not   58   with this field but the pay I got was much more than   59   . The moment I saw my   60   , the sum of money given by the company, I cried for the first time—that was the first time for me to do so since I grew up.

    41. A. over              B. through          C. around           D. for

    42. A. leave               B. desert              C. choose                    D. operate

    43. A. care                B. protect             C. love                D. support

    44. A. particular        B. curious        C. concerned                     D. excited

    45. A. get               B. raise         C. explain                      D. solve

    46. A. wrote down    B. turned down   C. looked for            D. stood for

    47. A. books                 B. surveys       C. reports                   D. advertisements

    48. A. customers             B. bosses        C. clerks                        D. students

    49. A. broken            B. slowed       C. sunk                          D. calmed

    50. A. contact            B. trust         C. look                           D. find

    51. A. hopeless        B. harmful      C. worth                           D. important

    52. A. buying             B. sharing       C. handing                           D. showing

    53. A. spent               B. wasted           C. spared                       D. saved

    54. A. discussed             B. debated      C. remembered             D. imagined

    55. A. what                B. how                  C. which               D. when

    56. A. abilities           B. answers      C. interests                  D. suggestions

    57. A. job               B. chance      C. fortune                         D. service

    58. A. popular           B. familiar     C. patient                          D. content

    59. A. offered            B. required    C. expected                 D. needed

    60. A. tip                    B. share                     C. fare                         D. salary

    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:2017-02-16
    来源: 安徽省太和中学2016-2017学年高二上学期实验班竞赛英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    In the week before Christmas, one Delta airlines pilot gave a sad Arizona family a gift that no one else could.

    Father of three, Jay short died after a   41   with lung cancer Dec, 16th. Three days later, his family was attempting to   42    to Tennessee for the funeral scheduled for the next morning. But a 90-munite   43   at the Phoenix airport   44   them only seven minutes to make their connecting flight in Minnesota. “This was our   45   chance to say goodbye to my dad, and if we hadn’t   46   the flight, we would have missed the   47   .” Jay’s daughter said. But when they arrived at the gate, the last plane of the day to Memphis was   48   away from the gate.

    “My son was   49   his arms and pleading with the pilot through the floor-to-ceiling windows.” said Marcia, “I was   50   and comforting my girls who were also in tears when the phone rang,    51  us that the pilot was returning to the gate to let us   52   the plane.” Captain Adam Cohen saw the   53   on their faces through the gate’s windows and decided to turn the plane around. Airline experts pointed out Cohen could have   54   gotten into trouble for the   55   decision, but Delta   56   the move instead. “This is   57   we’ll take with us, knowing we made a   58   .” confirmed Adam.

     This story is an   59   that we can bring humanity back to society. Show care and it may    60  you how far that you go.

    41. A. competition      B. symptom          C. connection       D. battle

    42. A ride              B run              C fly               D. drive

    43. A. wait             B. delay            C. interval         D. sleep

    44. A. spared           B. offered          C. brought          D. left

    45. A. last             B. slight           C. rare             D. proper

    46. A. followed         B. caught           C. booked          D. confirmed

    47. A. doctor           B. meeting          C. polite           D. funeral

    48. A. keeping          B. bringing         C. pulling          D. taking

    49. A. raising          B. waving           C folding           D. crossing

    50. A. struggling       B. shouting         C. crying           D. praying

    51. A. advising         B. informing        C. warning          D. instructing

    52. A. land             B. guide            C. change           D. board

    53. A. appreciation     B. satisfaction     C. desperation      D. caution

    54. A. easily           B. merely           C. optionally       D. deliberately

    55. A. careless         B. unusual          C. selfless         D. unwise

    56. A. resisted         B. opposed          C. praised          D. sponsored

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

    58. A. difference       B. change           C. promise          D. deal

    59. A. activity         B. event            C. incident         D. evidence

    60. A. surprise         B. panic            C. disappoint      D. embarrass

    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:2017-02-15
    来源: 安徽省六安市第一中学2016-2017学年高二上学期第二阶段检测英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

        Did you know that there is a fruit juice that you can cook with, wash. with and   41   things with? What is it? It's olive oil, of course, and it's fast becoming the most popular   42   in the world.

          43   people in Mediterranean countries such as Greece, Italy and Spain have been using olive oil for over 4,000 years, it has only recently become   44   in other parts of the world. In fact, people beyond the Mediterranean used to think of olive oil as a(n)  45   but expensive treat.   46  , recent studies linking an olive oil-rich   47   with low rates of heart disease have made the rest of the world sit up and   48  . As a result, more and more people have come to realize the many health and nutritional   49   of giving up other oils and using

    olive oil instead. As well as tasting delicious and being the   50   cooking oil available, olive oil has many other   51  . It is used.in many cosmetics(化妆品), hair conditioners and soaps. It also has a wide variety of lesser-known uses, such as fixing noisy doors and   52    polishing diamonds. It's a also a preservative (防腐剂), and will keep fish and cheese   53   for years.

        Perhaps more important, though, is olive oil's value as   54  . Not only can eating olive oil   55   the risk of serious diseases, such as cancer and heart disease, it can also have a   56   effect on many stomach disorders. On top of this, Mediterranean people have traditionally used it to   57   minor wounds and illnesses. This could explain why people in Mediterranean countries tend to   58   longer. So the next time you go shopping, don't  59  to add olive oil to your list. It will make your food   60   better and your life last longer! 

    41. A. mix              B. fill             C. cover        D. preserve

    42.A.fruit              B.oil           C.juice             D.plant

    43. A. Because          B. Although         C. When         D. Since

    44. A. popular          B. natural          C. nutritional      D. expensive

    45. A. native       B. common       C. familiar         D. unusual

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

    47. A. diet             B. soap         C. cheese       D. stomach

    48. A. stay hungry      B. keep calm    C. make faces       D. take notice

    49. A. problems         B. benefits         C. goals        D. challenges

    50. A. cheapest         B. latest       C. healthiest       D. earliest

    51.A. uses              B.ways              C. origins          D. sources

    52. A. still            B. once         C. even         D. again

    53. A. clean            B. fresh        C. safe             D. dry

    54. A. food             B. treasure         C. drink        D. medicine

    55. A. face             B. increase         C. lower        D. measure

    56. A. good             B. limited          C. slight       D. negative

    57. A. check            B. spread       C. develop          D. treat

    58. A. sleep            B. live             C. eat              D. walk

    59. A. choose       B. forget       C. agree        D. expect

    60. A. feel             B. look             C. taste            D. grow

    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:2017-02-15
    来源: 佛山一中2016-2017学年度上学期第二次段考高一级英语试题

    You’ve heard of Petfinder. Com a website that helps rescue groups find loving homes for 31  . Maybe you have even found your own pet through the   32  . But do you know Petfinder started as an idea that came on the way to a New Year’s dinner?

    Back in 1995 Google wasn’t a verb and Facebook and QQ didn’t   33  . The world wide web was more of a wild world. My husband Jared was a doctor and I worked for urban forestry. But we thought that anything was   34   on the web. It wasn’t used effectively.

    We wanted to create a   35  . The question was, who would    36   a lot from our website? That was what we were discussing in the car that night on the way to meet friends for   37  . We thought about many ideas. “The website would make use of technology for a   38   responsible cause,” Jared finally said.

    What cause needed our help?   39  , we both thought of animal shelters. Sure, we loved animals and I’d “  40  them when I was a kid — like the snake I found in the backyard and persuaded (说服) my parents to let me   41   it. But now my   42   was on planting trees and Jared put his heart into   43  the sick. We didn’t even have a   44  . Yet I knew every year, millions of abandoned pets -- healthy, loving animals who wanted only a home ---were killed.

    We couldn’t wait to tell our friends our   45  . They volunteered to help. Jared and I worked on Petfinder.com—that’s what we   46   it. We wanted the site to be  47  to potential adopters. That meant all expenses   48  our own pocket. However, we knew if we saved just one life a month, it would be worth it.

    Two years later our site went   49  . Today, more than 12,500 animals welfare groups   50   information about animals on Petfinder; 65 percent of animal adoptions in the US come through the site.

    31. A. people                 B. kids                         C. animals                    D. things

    32. A. notice             B. site                          C. newspaper                D. radio

    33. A. change           B. work                        C. end                          D. appear

    34. A. great               B. true                          C. possible                    D. unbelievable

    35. A. world                 B. home                       C. place                        D. website            

    36. A. separate         B. offer                        C. prevent                    D. get

    37. A. help                    B. dinner                      C. fun                          D. advice

    38. A. socially        B. privately                   C. formally                   D. physically

    39. A. At first                B. In the end                 C. At present                 D. At the end

    40. A. enjoyed        B. lost                          C. killed                        D. saved

    41. A. kill                     B. eat                           C. keep                        D. play

    42. A. timetable             B. hobby                      C. focus                       D. habit

    43. A. comforting          B. curing                      C. encouraging              D. supporting

    44. A. child                   B. backyard                  C. home                       D. pet

    45. A. difficult              B. story                        C. idea                     D. situation

    46. A. named                B. produced                  C. expected                  D. dreamed

    47. A. familiar        B. free                          C. valuable                    D. convenient

    48. A. came into            B. came up with            C. came to                    D. came out of

    49. A. national        B. abroad                   C. uncontrollable           D. normal

    50. A. buy                    B. find                          C. post                         D. trade

    题型:完型填空  知识点:政治经济文化类
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    来源: 山东省潍坊市临朐县2017届高三上学期阶段性质量检测(12月月考)英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Christmas, an important festival, is now celebrated in many countries. On Christmas Eve last year people from every corner   41  into the streets. On the pavements, the street singers performed happily. Everyone was accompanied by someone else,   42  and cheerful. However, I was alone.

    As one of eight kids of a Brazilian family, brought up in America's crowded apartment, I'd spent several years searching for aloneness. Now,   43  , at 27, a college student after the   44  with my girlfriend, every cell inside me wanted to be alone,   45  not at Christmas. My family had   46  to Brazil and my friends were   47  with their own lives. Dusk was approaching, and the fact that I had to return to my   48   home made me sad. Lights from windows blinked (闪烁), and I hoped someone would   49  from one of those homes to invite me inside with a Christmas tree decorated with shiny fake snow and   50  presents.

    At a market, I felt more   51  when people were buying lots of goods, which  52  the gifts we received as children in my mind. I missed my family and wanted to cry for wanting to be alone and for having achieved it.

    Outside the church, a manger (小耶稣) had been set   53  . I stood with others watching the scene, some of them   54  themselves, praying. As I walked home, I realized that leaving Brazil was still a painful experience as I struggled with   55 I had become in 15 years in America. I'd mourned (悲叹) the   56  , but for the first time, I recognized what I’d gained. I was independent,   57  and healthy. My life was still ahead, full of   58  .

    Sometimes the best gift is the one that you give yourself. That Christmas, I gave myself   59  for what I'd obtained up to now and promise to go forward. It is the best gift I've ever got, the one that I most   60  .

    41A. burst         B. got             C. put          D. flooded 

    42A. puzzled       B. worried         C. delighted    D. devoted

    43A. usually       B. eventually      C. really       D. extremely

    44A. breakup       B. concern         C. sympathy     D. date

    45A. so               B. and              C. but          D. or

    46A. moved            B. returned         C. came         D. slipped

    47A. occupied         B. satisfied        C. pleased      D. bored

    48A. shabby           B. comfortable      C. warm         D. empty

    49A. turn up          B. hang out         C. go away      D. break in

    50A. dealt            B. wrapped          C. discounted  D. donated

    51A. tired            B. nervous          C. upset        D. excited

    52A. called for       B. called up        C. called on    D. called in

    53A. up               B. down             C. aside        D. about

    54A. hugging          B. bowing           C. bending      D. crossing

    55A. how              B. what             C. which        D. that

    56A. cases            B. limits           C. worries      D. losses

    57A. educated         B. lonely           C. shy          D. wealthy

    58A. sight            B. possibility      C. sadness      D. hardship

    59A. surprise         B. defeat           C. credit       D. prize

    60A. select           B. save             C. value        D. admit

    题型:完型填空  知识点:政治经济文化类
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    来源: 重庆市巴蜀中学2016-2017学年高二上学期第一次月考英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Goal setting seems to be a hot topic, yet it’s easy to know but difficult to practice.

    People set goals, work hard at them for even a few months, and then   41   them. Next year, they set the   42   goals. But why do so many people do it? They may be making goals too 43 . But that isn’t to say that they aren’t  44  goals. They need to be broken apart into smaller and   45   pieces. Make spoon-size goals and you’ll accomplish them  46  .

    Many people are probably unwilling to   47   you to reach your goals. They’re   48  with you when you have your own goals. They may even be enthusiastic about your   49   to change something or accomplish something new.  50  , as you change and accomplish, they may not like it. Why? It’s usually because your changes and accomplishments   51   them that they could be doing it, too    52   they aren’t!

    You may have filled your  53  with so many things that there’s little  54  for your goals to grow. We must be careful not to confuse busyness with   55 as goals are always achieved step by step. Be  56  about how you use your time and what you focus on. Success often comes when you know what to  57 , rather than what to include in your life.

    Goal setting is like the pig and chicken walking out early one morning. The chicken became really   58   when she saw a sign:“Ham Eggs, 20.99”. She said to the pig, “Look, we’ve got double billing again.” The pig said,“That’s  59 for you to say! For you, it’s all in a day’s work. For me, it’s total commitment.” Goal setting is all in a day’s work. Goal   60 is total commitment.

    41Aleave                 Bforget          Cchange       Dstore

    42Aopposite       Bcommon       Cvalid            Dsame

    43Ageneral       Bstrict            Cvague                 Drealistic

    44Asimple        Breliable         Cachievable          Dclear

    45Aequal                 Bspecific        Cregular        Dunusual

    46Aslowly                        Baccurately   Ceasily                 Dimmediately

    47Afollow                 Bspecific        Cforce          Dsupport

    48Afamiliar               Bhappy         Ccareful        Dpatient

    49Adesire               Bmeans      Cskill             Denergy

    50ATherefore         BBesides     CHowever      DOtherwise

    51Aremind          Bconvince    Cinform              Dwarn

    52Aand               Bor                Cbut           Dfor

    53Anotebook         Bfile             Ccase         Dschedule

    54Aroom             Bhope                  Caspect             Ddoubt

    55Aprocess                Bprogress    Caspect             Dpromotion

    56Aoptimistic          Bcurious        Cdoubtful     Dselective

    57Aleave out         Bfigure out     Ctake out      Dsend out

    58Aconfused               Bupset                  Cexcited       Dworried

    59Astrange                Bnatural        Cnecessary          Dpitiful

    60Adevelopment      Bassessment      Cmanagement       Dachievement

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    A Heroic Driver

    Larry works with Transport Drivers. Inc. One morning in 2009. Larry was   36   along 165 north after delivering to one of his   37  . suddenly, he saw a car with its bright lights on.   38   he got closer, he found   39   vehicle upside down on the road. One more look and he noticed   40   shooting out from under the   41   vehicle. Larry pulled over, set the brake and   42   the fire extinguisher (灭火器). Two good bursts from the extinguisher and the fire was put out.

    The man who had his bright lights on   43   and told Larry he had   44   an emergency call. They   45   heard a woman’s voice coming from the wrecked (毁坏的) vehicle.   46   the vehicle, they saw that a woman was trying to get out of the broken window. They told her to stay   47   until the emergency personnel arrived,   48   she thought the car was going to   49  . Larry told her that he had already put out the fire and she should not move   50   she injured her neck.

    Once fire and emergency people arrive, Larry and the other man   51   and let them go to work. Then, Larry asked the   52   if he was needed or   53   to go. They let him and the other man go.

    One thing is   54  —Larry went above and beyond the call of duty by getting so close to the burning vehicle! His   55   most likely saved the woman’s life.

    36. A. walking              B. touring                C. traveling          D. rushing

    37. A. passengers       B. colleagues          C. employers        D. customers

    38. A. Since                 B. Although             C. As                    D. If

    39. A. each                  B. another              C. that                  D. his

    40. A. flames               B. smoke                C. water               D. steam

    41. A. used                  B. disabled             C. removed          D. abandoned

    42. A. got hold of         B. prepared            C. took charge of D. controlled

    43. A. came down        B. came through     C. came in            D. came over

    44. A. returned            B. received             C. made               D. confirmed

    45. A. then                   B. again                  C. finally               D. even

    46. A. Starting              B. Parking         C. Passing          D. Approaching

    47. A. quiet                  B. still                      C. away                D. calm

    48. A. for                     B. so                       C. and                  D. but

    49. A. explode             B. slip away            C. fall apart          D. crash

    50. A. as if                   B. unless                C. in case             D. after

    51. A. stepped forward                               B. backed off        C. moved on     D. set out

    52. A. woman               B. police                 C. man                 D. driver

    53. A. forbidden           B. ready                  C. asked              D. free

    54. A. for certain          B. for consideration                            C. reported       D. checked

    55. A. patience            B. skills                   C. efforts              D. promise

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    Sometime, you are stuck in traffic, anxious about getting a job, or stressed about making a deadline at work. ___41____as these situations are, they are also opportunities to ____42___ kindness and gratefulness. Responding gently and thankfully will not ____43___make these situations go away, but it can help you be happier and ____44___.

    As someone who travels as part of my work, I find that when I practice looking for ___45____to be kind and grateful, travel is a much more ____46___experience.

    The mental and physical ___47____of kindness and gratitude are impressive. Such simple practices not only make you feel good, ____48___they can also help protect your immune system, reduce stress and anxiety, strengthen self-control. That is, simple practice done regularly can ____49___both your physiology and your outlook. It is more likely that you also view the future ____50___.

    However, being kind and grateful is not a (an)___51____ for working toward important goals, or dealing with challenge. Practicing kindness and appreciation is a way to ____52___ the quality of your experience and relationships while you are doing these things. ___53____ what your brain may tell you, your ability to be kind and grateful is not ____54___ upon either your circumstances or how you feel. ____55___ simply, kindness and gratitude are available to you whenever you choose to practice them.

    During your lifetime many things will happen. You will experience some of them as pleasant and comfortable and others as ___56____ and unwanted. You do not have control over the circumstances that life ____57___, but you do have a choice about how you___58___ to them. Reacting to whatever ___59____up with kindness and gratitude is a powerful ___60___, a choice supported by hundreds of scientific research studies and recommended in every enduring wisdom tradition for thousands of years.

    What will you choose?

    41. A. Unhappy          B. Unfortunate       C.Undesirable  D. Incorrect

    42. A. practice             B. acknowledge   C. change      D. distinguish

    43. A. eventually        B. deliberately      C. instantly     D. necessarily

    44. A. healthier           B. gentler           C. kinder       D. stronger

    45. A. approaches     B. chances         C. places       D. coincidences

    46. A. worthy      B. enjoyable         C. practical     D. precious

    47. A. conditions      B. growth            C. benefits      D. health

    48. A. so                  B. while               C. and         D. but

    49. A. change            B. adjust             C. reflect            D. prove

    50. A. accurately          B. realistically       C. positively     D. wisely

    51. A. exchange         B. replacement      C. process      D. aspect

    52. A. impact              B. identify           C. evaluate      D. concern

    53. A. While           B. Though            C. Despite       D. Given

    54. A. focused            B. called            C. looked      D. dependent

    55. A. Say                   B. Put                C. Tell          D. Express

    56. A. uncertain         B. ridiculous          C. embarrassing  D. difficult

    57. A. presents               B. provides         C. offers       D. supplies

    58. A. contribute         B. respond         C. reply       D. appeal

    59. A. keeps               B. goes             C. builds       D turns

    60. A. attitude            B. tool               C. choice       D. influence

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    We have been putting smart women on the couch for 40 years without making full use of their talent. Today the portion of top jobs that go to women is still _41_ low. Why aren’t more women running things in America? It isn’t for lack of ambition or qualifications. The real _42_ to getting more women to the top is the difficult issue of time commitment: Today’s top jobs in major organizations _43_ 60-plus hours of work a week. Isn’t it too much?

    But for businesses and reformers are serious about making their companies _44_ for the large number of American talented women, here are three ways to handle it.

    Re-think time. We can break away from the belief that high-level work can be done only by people who work extra time. Maybe working time can be _45_ by setting the right amount of work that needs to get done. Senior roles should actually be easier to adapt in this way because highly paid people have the desire to give up some _46_ in order to work less.

    Availability matters. It’s important to differ between availability and absolute time commitment. Many professional women would _47_ agree to check email seven days a week and come to office, _48_, for intense project — so long as over the course of a year, the time devoted to work is more _49_. Managers need to know that 24/7 availability is not the same thing as a 24/7 workload.

    Quality is the goal, not quantity. Leaders need to create a _50_ in which talented people are judged not by the quantity of their work, but by the quality of their _51_. One who works 20 hours a week and who delivers exceptional results on a pro rata(摊派)basis should be qualified for _52_ and viewed as a top performer.

        “Devotion” may help talented women who can live with the way that top jobs require today — and if that’s their _53_, give more power to them. But only a small percentage of women will choose this route. Until the rest of us get serious about _54_ the present way that work gets done in American corporations, we can only complain about the _55_ of it all while changing almost nothing.

    41. A. shockingly          B. possibly                    C. relatively                  D. consequently

    42. A. desire                B. barrier                      C. challenge                  D. solution

    43. A. promise                     B. suggest                    C. track                      D. demand

    44. A. cautious                     B. careful                            C. nervous                    D. Hopeful

    45. A. shortened            B. adjusted                    C. lengthened                D. Unchanged

    46. A. time                    B. income                     C. freedom                   D. promotion

    47. A. happily                B. reluctantly                C. hesitantly                  D. rapidly

    48. A. if necessary         B. when possible           C. if convenient             D. when likely

    49. A. expected             B. limited               C. paid                         D. excluded

    50. A. rule                    B. situation                   C. civilization                D. culture

    51. A. duties                 B. contributions             C. donations                 D. commitments

    52. A. managers            B. supervisors               C. promotions               D. employments

    53. A. comprehension    B. advantage                 C. principle                   D. choice

    54. A. altering               B. considering               C. setting                      D. fighting

    55. A. dream                 B. time                         C. injustice                   D. cruelty

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    It always seemed like having traditions was a good thing. They create 41 that will last a lifetime. So when our children, David and Darla, were preschoolers we 42 a family Christmas tradition. It was our tree-decorating party and it would be complete with eggnog(蛋奶酒)and pfeffernüsse cookies.

    The kids were excited as we pulled the freshly 43 tree into the house. It smelled so good. We would turn on the Christmas songs 44 the tree decoration began.

    Our hearts seemed to 45 to the merriment of the Christmas songs. The kids’ eyes twinkled(闪光) with 46 . It was a heartwarming evening. When finished, we would sit drinking the eggnog and snacking on pfeffernüsse cookies.

    Years later, when my daughter Darla was home from college, she 47 to help decorate the tree. I was so 48 . Before we knew it, the tree decoration was finished. It was a beautiful tree and its 49 smell filled the room. As we had every year before, I brought out the eggnog and the pfeffernüsse cookies for our traditional 50 .

    Then, during the laughter, Darla suddenly got very 51 and said she had something to tell me. From her hesitation and body 52 , I learned that she was 53 it. She sat down next to me. Then very 54 and caringly, Darla looked me in the eye and said,"Mom, I’ve 55 liked pfeffernüsse cookies."

    Then I 56 the importance of what she had just said. Why didn’t she ever tell me? All those childhood years, rather than 57 Mom’s feelings and spoil Mom’s tradition, she had stood the cookies 58 . From a child’s heart, year after year she had given me the gift of 59 !

    My daughter taught me life’s very important 60 : The best gifts aren’t always found under the Christmas tree.

    41A.wonders        B.imaginations          C.memories              D.interests

    42A.took over       B.put out                  C.turned down         D.set up

    43A.cut                 B.bought                  C.grown                   D.decorated

    44A.unless           B.before                   C.while                     D.though

    45A.whisper          B.swing                     C.talk                       D.dance

    46A.amazement    B.curiosity                C.delight                  D.anxiety

    47A.offered          B.refused                 C.pretended             D.hesitated

    48A.disappointed B.regretful                C.puzzled                 D.grateful

    49A.lasting           B.unique                   C.pleasant               D.unusual

    50A.activity           B.custom                  C.souvenir               D.celebration

    51A.annoyed        B.depressed             C.serious                 D.quiet

    52A.language       B.shape                    C.image                   D.expression

    53A.expecting       B.fearing                  C.resisting                D.recalling

    54A.casually         B.shyly                     C.humorously           D.gently

    55A.ever               B.yet                         C.never                    D.just

    56A.explained       B.realized                 C.admitted               D.remembered

    57A.comfort          B.hurt                       C.understand           D.convey

    58A.silently           B.roughly                  C.gradually              D.unfairly

    59A.patience        B.desire                    C.love                      D.determination

    60A.knowledge     B.inspiration             C.technique             D.lesson

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    People from every corner flooded into the streets that Christmas Eve. “Frosty the Snowman,” and “Jingle Bells”  61in stores; on the pavements, the street singers performed happily. Everyone, was _62__by someone else, delighted and cheerful. I was alone.

    As one of 8 kids of a Brazilian family, brought up in America's crowded apartment, I'd spent several years searching for aloneness. Now, __63__, at 27, a college student after the   64__with my girlfriend , every cell inside me wanted to be alone, __65__not at Christmas. My family had  66__to Brazil and my friends were __67___with their own lives. Dusk was approaching, and the fact that I had to return to my __68___home made me sad. Lights from windows blinked, and I hoped someone would __69__from one of those homes to invite me inside with a Christmas tree decorated with shiny fake snow and __70__presents.

    At a market, I felt more  _71__when people were buying lots of goods, which ___72___the gifts we received as children in my mind . I missed my family and wanted to cry for wanting to be alone and for having achieved it.

    Outside the church , a manger(小耶稣) had been set   73__. I stood with others watching the scene, some of them  74__themselves, praying. As I walked home, I realized that leaving Brazil was still a painful experience as I struggled with  75__ I had become in 15 years in America. I'd mourned the __76__ , but for the first time, I recognized what I’d gained. I was independent,   77__ and healthy. My life was still ahead, full of __78__ .

    Sometimes the best gift is the one that you give yourself. That Christmas, I gave myself _79__ for what I'd obtained up to now and promise to go forward. It is the best gift I've ever got, the one that I most _80__ .

    61A. shared              B. played          C. served      D. held

    62A. accompanied        B. employed        C. attended    D. supported

    63A. usually             B. extremely        C. really      D. eventually

    64A. breakup            B. date             C. sympathy    D. concern

    65A. so                B. but              C. and         D. or

    66A. moved             B. slipped          C. came        D. returned

    67A. pleased            B. satisfied          C. occupied    D. bored

    68A. shabby            B. empty            C. warm        D. cozy

    69A. turn up            B. hang out         C. go away     D. break in

    70A. dealt              B. discounted       C. wrapped     D. donated

    71A. tired              B. nervous          C. excited     D. upset

    72A. reminded          B. remained         C. mentioned   D. introduced

    73A. down             B. up              C. aside       D. about

    74A. hugging           B. bowing          C. crossing    D. bending

    75A. how              B. which           C. what        D. that

    76A. cases             B. limits           C. losses      D. worries

    77A. lonely            B. educated         C. shy         D. wealthy

    78A. possibility         B. sight            C. sadness     D. hardship

    79A. surprise           B. defeat           C. prize       D. credit

    80A. select            B. value            C. save        D. Admit

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    A Very Special Olympian

    The professor was searching for student volunteers in the lecture room for a Special Olympics event. As the sign-up sheet went up and down the rows, I started to come up with my  41  . Maybe it was the distance to the college where the event was to take place, or the early hour that   42   had to report for duty. Whatever the reasons that made me hesitate, I am thankful to this day that I   43   up volunteering. If I had missed the event, I would have missed one of the most unforgettable moments that I have ever   44  .
         I arrived at the volunteer tent bright and early. My task was   45  . I was to stand at the finish line only and wait until the event was over and then take the   46   to the announcing booth(
    公告处). Standing at the finish line, I was able to witness many amazing efforts and close races. I was most impressed by the effort each athlete put into his or her   47 . What also impressed me was the sincere   48   each athlete expressed while participating though sometimes the joy of participating in a sporting event can get   49   in the fierce competition of winning and losing.
         Then an amazing moment happened right before my eyes. A group of athletes were   50   
    up to run a short race. One of them was in a wheelchair, a little girl with a   51   smile, wearing bright bows in her hair. Her smile filled the stadium that day. I couldn’t help but smile back at her.
         The gun sounded. They were off. Runners sped up in the   52   with all their might. My eyes   53   for the little girl with the bright bows. There she was, pumping her arms with all the  54   she had. Her efforts were getting little result, but that did not stop her. I noticed as she got closer that she also had an injured arm. But that did not stop this bright star. The race was long over   55   the young athlete kept pumping her arms. As she finally   56   the finish line, the noise of the crowd was thunderous. There I stood  57  , with tears falling down my cheeks. 
        After all these years, I can still hear those cheers. I wish I could thank that remarkable athlete for what her efforts   58   this unmotivated college guy. I grew up a lot that day because of the   59   of that little girl in the wheelchair. I was   60   that day of a poem from a book that states, “Whatever you do, do it with all your might.” 
    41. A. ideas                        B. plans                       C. suggestions                    D. excuses 
    42. A. runners                     B. students                  C. volunteers                      D. advisors
    43. A. gave                        B. ended                     C. stayed                            D. woke
    44. A. ignored                    B. controlled                C. witnessed                       D. imagined
    45. A. simple                      B. difficult                    C. interesting                      D. tiring
    46. A. prize                        B. athlete                     C. result                             D. winner
    47. A. mind                        B. event                       C. victory                           D. body
    48. A. joy                           B. belief                       C. trust                               D. confidence
    49. A. stuck                        B. increased                C. respected                       D. lost
    50. A. mixed                       B. called                      C. lined                              D. piled
    51. A. huge                  B. narrow                    C. weak                             D. hard
    52. A. court                       B. track                       C. field                               D. platform
    53. A. hoped                      B. cared                      C. prepared                        D. searched
    54. A. desires                     B. courage                   C. energy                           D. dreams
    55. A. but                          B. and                         C. or                                  D. so
    56. A. felt                          B. neared                    C. took                              D. raised
    57. A. cheering           B. waiting                    C. calculating                      D. recording
    58. A. paid                         B. owed                      C. disappointed                  D. taught
    59. A. honesty                    B. bravery                  C. popularity                      D. creativity
    60. A. warned                    B. persuaded               C. informed                       D. reminded

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    Americans prefer to try every way to have fun, for example, they drive their own cars, some even tow (拖)a small boat after vehicle. They start from Los Angeles, California under sun,    41   through four or five hundred miles to go to La Fulin, Colorado to spend weekends   42  Chinese people are still busy with work, and have dinner at home together with families in weekends or  43  time watching TV.

    The difference is mainly due to   44   customs and traditions between the two countries. It is said that Chinese people are living for others, while Americans are for   45  . When Chinese people come to the United States, they fight for   46  first, and then   47  make money after they are recognized by others. It seems that, the purpose to earn money is not to enjoy life, but for their following generations: sons and daughters and even grandchildren. Chinese people prefer to save money   48   emergency, such as illness. Although Chinese people with   49  in the United States don’t need to worry about their own social welfare and health insurance , they work still very hard, as they hope that they can   50  more money.

    Chinese people’s interest is in the amount on the passbook(存折), so they spend   51  money usually. Most of Chinese are very thrifty(节约的), and they are  52   to spend money, but there are exceptions. They are willing to spend money on their  53  . Many Chinese people think that, they endure(容忍)many  54  , so they wish that their children could live much better.  55  in the United States elementary schools, you can see that those who wear the best, with more pocket money are Chinese students. In contrast, American children dress very simply, with just a little pocket money.

         56   Chinese, Americans believe in living for themselves. They do everything for their own. Therefore, they earn money to enjoy a  57  life, and pursue a higher quality of life.   58  their own parents or children, they think that parents have their own pension and social welfare, and children should live a(n)   59  life when they are 18 years old. So they could boldly spend money on themselves.   60  , Americans save little money. In the street, it is easy for Chinese to take out 300-400 dollars, but it is hard to say for Americans.

    41.A. running            B. driving             C. going              D. walking

    42.A. if                 B. while              C. as                 D. until

    43.A. spend              B. take               C. cost               D. pay

    44.A. moral              B. spiritual            C. cultural            D. educational

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

    46.A. survival            B. remainder           C. existence           D. material

    47.A. hardly              B. desperately         C. seriously           D. strongly

    48.A. in return for         B. on account of        C. in spite of          D. in case of

    49.A. identity             B. force              C. fame              D. power

    50.A. borrow             B. give               C. use                D. save

    51.A. large               B. few               C. much              D. little

    52.A. easy               B. reluctant           C. willing             D. happy

    53.A. children            B. relatives           C. parents             D. friends

    54.A. troubles            B. hardships           C. sorrows            D. problems

    55.A.Otherwise          B. However            C. Therefore          D. Since

    56.A. Different from      B. Interested in          C. Similar to          D. Thanks to 

    57.A. rich               B. well                C. good              D. better

    58.A. As with            B. As for              C. Owing to           D. But for

    59.A. independent        B. single               C. different            D. comfortable

    60.A. In brief            B. As a result           C. In this way          D. From it

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    Making friends is a skill(技巧) Like most skills, it  41  with patience(耐心) If you want to meet people and make friends, you must be willing to  42  some action(行动) You must first go where there are people You won’t make friends staying home  43 

        Joining a club(俱乐部) or group, talking to those who like the same things   44  you do is much easier Or join someone  45  some activity(活动)

        Many people are   46   when talking to new people.  47   all, meeting strangers(陌生人) means seeing the unknown(不熟悉的人) And it’s human nature to feel a bit   48  about the unknown Most of fears about dealing   49   new people come from doubts(疑问) about  50  We imagine(想象) other people are  51  us---finding us too tall or too short, too this or too that But don’t forget that they must be feeling the same way Try to accept yourself  52  you are, and try to put the other at ease(自然,自在) You’ll both feel more comfortable(舒适的)

       Try to act self-confident(自信) even  53  you don’t feel that way when you  54  a room full of strangers Walk tall and straight(直直地), look  55  at other people and smile

       If you see someone you’d like to  56  , say something Don’t wait for  57  person to start a conversation(交谈)

       Just meeting someone  58  does not mean that you’ll make friends with that person  59   is based on mutual(相互的) likings and “give and take” They take time and effort(努力) to develop And there are things that keep a new friendship from   60 

    41.Aproduces           Bimproves      Cmoves           Draces

    42.Atake             Bmake         Cdo            Dcarry

    43.Alonely             Byourself       Calone           Dwith you

    44.Aas               Bthat          Cwhich           Dwhat

    45.Awith              Bin            Con            Dto

    46.Anervous           Bexcited           Cpressed           Dworried

    47.AAt              BFor            CIn             DAfter

    48.Aunhappy          Bunusual         Cuncomfortable Dunlucky

    49.Awith              Bto           Cfor             Don

    50.Ayourself           Bhimself           Cyourselves      Dourselves

    51.Atalking            Bsaying         Cjudging         Dlaughing

    52.Alike              Bas            Cwhat          Dthat

    53.Awhen            Bif             Cas             Dwhat

    54.Acome                Bgo                   Center           Dstep to

    55.Aupwards           Bdirectly         Cbravely         Dhappily

    56.Aspeak to              Btalk about      Csay to          Dcall up

    57.Aother              Bthe other       Canother         Dothers

    58.Aold                Byoung          Cnew            Dlittle

    59.ARelation               BFriendship      CConnection     DFeeling

    60.Agrowing              Bliving        Cgoing       Dhappening

    题型:完型填空  知识点:政治经济文化类
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    来源: 江西省吉安市第一中学2016-2017学年高一上学期第一次段考英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    There are thousands of people across the United States without any food or shelter(住所),Every Saturday or Sunday night, my family and I go out and  41    the homeless people in the city.

    There is one  42  thing I like to mention here. Before we begin our  43   my family and I do not eat. We do this   44   we know how it feels to be hungry. We all get together in the kitchen and    45   the food. We then    46   the food for 30 or more people. I like to write a special    47    on the bags like “God loves you”.

    A lot of people    48    homeless people. Not all homeless people are bad people Some are really    49  . Many people hare them  50   no good reason. In the beginning. when my family and I went out on the street, we had to    51    their trust. Later, as they    52    us every week, they started to trust us, We     53    know some of their names.  We all have to keep in mind that they also have  54    Some of them shake our hands for giving them food, and     55    us. Some of them do really funny dances because they are    56   

    We have become    58     close to a man named Tony and his wife. After meeting with them several times, he has told us a lot about his     58    . He graduated from college and has a PHD. He used to teach French and Spanish.

    After we get done feeding the homeless, it makes me   59    what I have at home Sometimes it makes me sad, and makes my mom cry I love feeding the homeless and   60    in someone's life.

    41.A.visit            Bintroduce        C. save        Dfeed

    42.A.common         Bexciting         C. special      D. embarrassing

    43. A. show           B. joumey          C. vacation     D. meal

    44. A.so              B. when            C. if          D. because

    45. A. design          B. prepare          C. buy         D. give

    46. A. bag            B. cook             C. fetch       D. find

    47. A. passage         B. saying           C. note        D. message

    48. A. please          B. help             C. love        D. misunderstand

    49. A. helpful          B. nice             C. funny      D. beautiful

    50. A. for             B. at               C. of          D. on

    51. A. bring           B. earn             C. create       D. share

    52. A. served          B. told             C. saw         D. needed

    53. A. hardly          B. never            C. sometimes   D. even

    54. A. words          B. looks            C. desires      D. feelings

    55. A. change         B. thank            C. impress      D. disappoint

    56. A. happy          B. great             C. surprised     D. bored

    57. A. only           B. too               C. also         D. really

    58. A. dream          B. future            C. life          D. friend

    59. A. want           B. enjoy            C. keep         D. think

    60. A. taking care      B. watching out      C. showing up   D. making a difference

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    来源: 江西省赣州市厚德外国语学校2016-2017学年高一10月月考英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    April Fool’s Day is a western festival. No one  41   exactly when and how April Fool’s Day began. However, there are some stories about  42   it came into being. One story 43   like this: in the sixteenth-century France, the start of the new year was on April first. It was celebrated  44  much the same way  45   it is today with parties and dancing into the late hours of the night. Then in 1562, Pope (教皇) Gregory introduced a new calendar(日历) for the Christian world, and the new year fell on January first. There were some people,  46   , who hadn’t heard or didn’t believe the   47   in the date, so they   48   to celebrate New Year’s Day on April first.   49   played tricks on them and called them “April fools”. They tried to make them believe that something false was  50.   In France today, April first is called “April Fish”. French children fool their friends by taping a paper fish to their friends’  51   . When the “young fool”   52   this trick, the prankster(恶作剧者) shouts “April Fish!”

    Today Americans play small tricks on friends and strangers alike on the first of April. One 53    trick on April Fool’s Day is   54   to a friend’s shoe and saying, “Your shoelace is united (你的鞋带开了).” School children might tell a classmate that school has been canceled.  55   the trick is, if you fail for the joke the prankster shouts “April Fool!”

    In Britain today, on the first of April, even  56  newspapers, radio and TV programs tell big lies. You  57   read a science  58   showing that doctors have found a way to cure AIDS,  59   you would probably listen to a piece of news about an UFO  60    on an island.

    41. A. understands      B. knows        C. Believes         D. remembers

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

    43. A. goes             B. tells          C. happens       D. writes

    44. A. as               B. like         C. with             D. in

    45. A. like          B. as             C. so               D. for

    46. A. however          B. but          C. therefore         D. instead

    47. A. fact             B. news         C. change           D. information

    48. A. remained         B. continued   C. considered       D. went

    49. A. Others           B. Somebody    C. Many        D. Some

    50. A. real             B. true             C. right            D. correct

    51. A. hands          B. faces         C. backs            D. heads

    52. A. discovers       B. sees              C. found            D. notices

    53. A. usual            B. common           C. funny           D. silly

    54. A. looking down     B. pointing down    C. getting down     D. turning down

    55. A. Whenever         B. Whoever          C. Whatever         D. Wherever

    56. A. serious         B. famous           C. interesting       D. important

    57. A. might          B. should             C. could            D. must

    58. A. letter           B. speech            C. writing        D. report

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

    60. A. lying           B. walking           C. flying          D. Landing

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    来源: 江苏省东海县石榴高级中学2016-2017学年高一上学期第一次学情检测英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    My car and my best friend

        For most, getting your first car opens up a new world of freedom and allows you to go wherever you want, whenever you want. Getting a car did   36   this for me, and it also brought my best friend and me  37  . But then it tore us apart (分开).

       My best friend lives three minutes from my   38  . Since her  39   is in late summer,

    seven months behind mine, I basically became her   40   when I turned 16 in December.

       And so I   41   her up for school and took her home. We made ice-cream   42  , went shopping and to the movies―all in my car. I would drive to her house just to sit on her bed, read magazines and have a good laugh. I went to her house so   43   that she gave me a key  44   her house.

       A week after I got my license(驾照),she was with me  45   I had my first accident. She was there and   46   me and we kept it a   47  , since I didn’t want people to  48  . From then on, through thick and thin (共患难), it was just me , my car and my best friend.

       High school is a time of  49  , but I couldn’t  50  for a long time   51   we became so distant(疏远) after being so close. My friend waited three months after her birthday to get her dream cara green 2004 Beetle. With its  52  , the passenger seat of my car became  53  . Our car trips became less frequent (频繁的)   54   I didn’t even drive down her street.

       It’s funny how a car can change a relationship so much. I had wanted her to get a car, but once she did, I   55   it. I wanted her friendship back, even if it couldn’t be the same.

    36. A. some            B. any          C. none         D. all

    37. A. closer          B. farther     C. luckier     D. happier

    38. A. neighbor        B. school      C. home        D. family

    39. A. holiday         B. birthday    C. course      D. job

    40. A. guide           B. follower    C. partner     D. driver

    41. A. picked          B. woke        C. called        D. hurried

    42. A. parties         B. trips       C. plans       D. classes

    43. A. happily         B. often       C. hardly      D. seldom

    44. A. to              B. on          C. of          D. for

    45. A. while           B. but         C. when        D. after

    46. A. saved           B. suggested    C. advised      D. comforted

    47. A. favorite        B. secret       C. pride       D. joke

    48. A. help            B. see         C. know        D. laugh

    49. A. change          B. disappointment C. friendship  D. excitement

    50. A. believe       B. answer        C. imagine     D. understand

    51. A. when       B. where        C. how          D. what

    52. A. arrival         B. dream       C. return       D. beauty

    53. A. broken          B. crowded     C. empty      D. different

    54. A. however         B. until       C. as          D. before

    55. A. lost            B. received     C. enjoyed      D. regretted

    题型:完型填空  知识点:政治经济文化类
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    来源: 湖北省云梦县第一中学2017届高三10月月考英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Do you know         languages there are in the world? There are about 1,500 but many of them are no very        .English is one of the most important languages because many people       it, not only in England and America,        in other countries of the world About 200,000,000 speak it       their own language, and another 200,000,000 use it as       language. It is       to say how many people are learning it.          boys and girls in schools are trying to do so. Many English children study French. French is also a very important language.        children study German, Russian, Japanese and Chinese. Which is the best           to learn a language? We know that we all learnt       language well when we were            if we learn a second language in the      way,it won’t seem so difficult. What does a small child do? It       what people say, and it tries to guess what it hears. When it wants something, it has to          it. It is using the language ,        in it and talking in it all the time .If people use a second language       , they will learn it       . In school, you learn to read, to write, to hear and to speak. It is best to learn all new words through the       . You can read them , spell them and        them later.

    41Ahow many       Bwhat number      Ca lot of     Dso many

    42Auseful         Bnecessary        CImportant    Dgood

    43Alike           Buse             Clearn        Dspeak

    44Abut            Band              Calso         Dso

    45Alike           Bwith             Cfor          Das

    46Aforeign        Ba second         Cthe second   Da special

    47Aeasy           Bagain            Cdifficult    Dbest

    48AMillions of    BMillion of       CMillions     DSeveral million

    49ASome           BAnother          CAll          DFew

    50Atime          Bway              Cthing        Dplace

    51Aa foreign     Bour mothers’    Cother’s     Dour own

    52Aborn          Bchildren         Cgrown        Dboys

    53Asame          Bdifferent        Cuseful       Dgood

    54Adoes          Bas               Clistens to   Dfollows

    55Aask           Bwant             Cget          Dask for

    56Aspeaking      Bwriting          Cthinking     Ddoing

    57Asome time     Bsometimes        C.all the time  Dfor the time

    58Aquickly       Bsoon             Cfreely       Dhardly

    59Amouth         Bhands            Cears         Dmind

    60Alisten        Buse              Clove         Dwrite

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